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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Colstrup, Jonas

False confessions
False Confessions examines the widespread psychological practice in U.S. law enforcement of getting a suspect to confess to a crime, even when the suspect is not guilty. The ongoing struggle of defense attorney Jane Fisher-Byrialsen to spotlight this tactic and its effect on defendants, their families, and society, is chronicled in four cases, one of which includes sixteen-year-old Korey Wise, who was accused in the infamous Central Park Jogger case.
DVD 13218
Village at the end of the world
Shot over the course of a year in Northern Greenland, the film intrudes audiences to a remote village with more dogs than people. The film focuses on four townsfolk from the tiny population of 59: Lars, the only teenager; Karl, the huntsman who has never acknowledged that Lars is his son; Ilanngauq, the outsider who moved to Niaqornat after meeting his wife on-line; and Annie, the elder who remembers the ways of the Shaman and a time when the lights were fueled by seal blubber. In this astutely constructed real-life drama, we see how the economic and ecological future of the community is more fragile than its hardy inhabitants.
DVD 11930