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Hubert Sauper's documentary is about colonialism that never really stopped. He flies from France in a single-engine plane and lands, 4,500km later, in South Sudan. His film buzzes from tribal warriors to US investors, revealing all sides. Chinese oil workers glug Pepsi and lecture on western imperialism.

GUEST: Hubert Sauper, acclaimed filmmaker, whose earlier film Darwin's Nightmare earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary. He is the director of the award winning documentary, 'We Come as Friends'. The newest nation in the world has a major problem - it cannot find peace.
Director Hubert Sauper on Documentary We Come as Friends ... Flying around Sudan (and later South Sudan) for a number of years in Sputnik, a decrepit homemade plane, Austrian-French director Hubert Sauper's We Come as ... StudioDaily: Did you build the plane before you had the idea for the film?
In "Darwin's Nightmare" (2005), a searing Oscar-nominated documentary about economic exploitation in Tanzania, the director Hubert Sauper found a ... Piloting an ultralight tin can of an airplane nicknamed Sputnik that he designed for filming the movie, Mr. Sauper produces the sort of angled aerial ...
There's no shortage of jaw-dropping moments in Hubert Sauper's new film, "We Come as Friends," an illustrated essay on contemporary colonialism. ... It's one example of how Mr. Sauper, the Austrian-born director of "We Come as Friends," portrays complicated contemporary realities through vivid and ...

A masterfully composed and suitably outraged look at the neocolonialist exploitation of South Sudan, "We Come as Friends" is, after "Darwin's Nightmare," the second part of Austrian documentarian Hubert Sauper's proposed trilogy about the contemporary plight of African countries. Six years in the making, ...
The latest documentary of Austrian director Hubert Sauper explores the numerous complexities of the world's newest country, three-year-old South Sudan. ... The director had no idea whether the country would even come into existence when he started working on what would become this film six years ago, ...
Like Hubert Sauper's "We Come as Friends" and Michael Glawogger's "Workingman's Death," the movie sees a perverse, almost science-fiction beauty in the ravages of destruction. Mr. Zhao's camera rides along on mine tracks; the screen turns an iridescent red with the flames of ironworks. The final ...
Hubert Sauper's documentary is about colonialism that never really stopped. He flies from France in a single-engine plane and lands, 4,500km later, in South Sudan. His film buzzes from tribal warriors to US investors, revealing all sides. Chinese oil workers glug Pepsi and lecture on western imperialism.
GUEST: Hubert Sauper, acclaimed filmmaker, whose earlier film Darwin's Nightmare earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary. He is the director of the award winning documentary, 'We Come as Friends'. The newest nation in the world has a major problem - it cannot find peace.
Director Hubert Sauper on Documentary We Come as Friends ... Flying around Sudan (and later South Sudan) for a number of years in Sputnik, a decrepit homemade plane, Austrian-French director Hubert Sauper's We Come as ... StudioDaily: Did you build the plane before you had the idea for the film?
In "Darwin's Nightmare" (2005), a searing Oscar-nominated documentary about economic exploitation in Tanzania, the director Hubert Sauper found a ... Piloting an ultralight tin can of an airplane nicknamed Sputnik that he designed for filming the movie, Mr. Sauper produces the sort of angled aerial ...
There's no shortage of jaw-dropping moments in Hubert Sauper's new film, "We Come as Friends," an illustrated essay on contemporary colonialism. ... It's one example of how Mr. Sauper, the Austrian-born director of "We Come as Friends," portrays complicated contemporary realities through vivid and ...
A masterfully composed and suitably outraged look at the neocolonialist exploitation of South Sudan, "We Come as Friends" is, after "Darwin's Nightmare," the second part of Austrian documentarian Hubert Sauper's proposed trilogy about the contemporary plight of African countries. Six years in the making, ...
The latest documentary of Austrian director Hubert Sauper explores the numerous complexities of the world's newest country, three-year-old South Sudan. ... The director had no idea whether the country would even come into existence when he started working on what would become this film six years ago, ...
The survival of nearly everyone in the film is connected to the fish: the prostitutes who keep company with the pilots in the hotel bars; the displaced farmers ... Written (in English, Russian and Swahili, with English subtitles) and directed by Hubert Sauper; director of photography, Mr. Sauper; edited by Denise ...

Die is groot, zegt de Oostenrijkse filmmaker Hubert Sauper (Darwin's Nightmare; We Come as Friends). Voor de film waaraan hij nu werkt, over ...
IDFA at 30: Nick Broomfield Says 'Independent Feature Film Is Almost Extinct' and ... John Appel, Hubert Sauper, D. A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus, Heidi Ewing ... Indian director Nishtha Jain chose Manie Kaul's 1985 film "The Mind Of Clay", ... The movie theater is disappeared from the neighborhood.
If the movie's goal is to accord humanity to forgotten workers, it's easy to be of two minds. Mr. Zhao does not identify his subjects or -- for the ...
His film buzzes from tribal warriors to US investors, revealing all sides. Chinese oil workers glug Pepsi and lecture on western imperialism.
Austrian director Hubert Sauper's We Come as Friends provides an aerial ... I go there with my little airplane, which I had to make the movie.
GUEST: Hubert Sauper, acclaimed filmmaker, whose earlier film ... He is the director of the award winning documentary, 'We Come as Friends'.
Flying around Sudan (and later South Sudan) for a number of years in Sputnik, a decrepit homemade plane, Austrian-French director Hubert ...
A Dinka woman in Hubert Sauper's documentary "We Come as Friends," ... exploitation in Tanzania, the director Hubert Sauper found a perfect microcosm for ... In the meantime, Tanzania suffered from a famine, and as the film ... Sputnik that he designed for filming the movie, Mr. Sauper produces the sort ...
The director Hubert Sauper in the makeshift plane he used to travel ... no shortage of jaw-dropping moments in Hubert Sauper's new film, "We ...
Hubert Sauper observes the neocolonialist exploitation of South Sudan in ... Six years in the making, the film observes South Sudan becoming ...
The survival of nearly everyone in the film is connected to the fish: the prostitutes who keep company with the pilots in the hotel bars; the displaced farmers ... Written (in English, Russian and Swahili, with English subtitles) and directed by Hubert Sauper; director of photography, Mr. Sauper; edited by Denise ...
Like Hubert Sauper's "We Come as Friends" and Michael ... If the movie's goal is to accord humanity to forgotten workers, it's easy to be of two ...
His film buzzes from tribal warriors to US investors, revealing all sides. Chinese oil workers glug Pepsi and lecture on western imperialism.
GUEST: Hubert Sauper, acclaimed filmmaker, whose earlier film ... He is the director of the award winning documentary, 'We Come as Friends'.
Flying around Sudan (and later South Sudan) for a number of years in Sputnik, a decrepit homemade plane, Austrian-French director Hubert ...
A Dinka woman in Hubert Sauper's documentary "We Come as Friends," which ... exploitation in Tanzania, the director Hubert Sauper found a perfect ... "We come as friends" is the suspect message of the investors we see in the film. ... Sputnik that he designed for filming the movie, Mr. Sauper produces the ...
At the start of Hubert Sauper's docu-essay We Come As Friends, a man's ... Most of the rest of the movie follows up on the first half of that statement, ... Sauper is best known for the 2004 film Darwin's Nightmare, which depicts ...
The director Hubert Sauper in the makeshift plane he used to travel ... no shortage of jaw-dropping moments in Hubert Sauper's new film, "We ...
"We Come as Friends," director Hubert Sauper's follow-up to his ... of the film's interest, the director and a co-pilot travel from France to Sudan, ...
Hubert Sauper observes the neocolonialist exploitation of South Sudan in ... Six years in the making, the film observes South Sudan becoming ...
... Preis zeichnet Menschen aus, "die mit Mut, Entschlossenheit und Visionen im und um den Film herum arbeiten". 2016 wurde Hubert Sauper ...
The slave-movie phenomenon that has gripped Hollywood of late has led many to develop slave-movie fatigue. Cable-news flakey Roland Martin's ... (Burton is a co-executive producer on the new show.) Only after intervention by Fiddler (Forest ... The ...
The slave-movie phenomenon that has gripped Hollywood of late has led many to develop slave-movie fatigue. Cable-news flakey Roland Martin's comical ... (Burton is a co-executive producer on the new show.) Only after intervention by Fiddler (Forest ...
Met een onooglijk zelfgebouwd vliegtuigje dringt filmmaker Hubert Sauper binnen in Zuid-Soedan. Een redelijk onbekend land dat er uitziet als een mix van 'Out of Africa' en een Tarzan film. De decennialange burgeroorlog heeft elke modernisering ...
The film is based on Nathaniel Philbrick's nonfiction book of the same title, and director Howard mounts a lavish production of epic proportions, but then he shoots way too much of it in close-ups and uses computer animation that is so obvious that it ...
The film also was nominated for picture, director (Lenny Abrahamson) and adapted screenplay (Emma Donoghue, based on her 2010 novel).
In it, Birkin's Mary-Jane becomes infatuated with a 14-year-old boy - played by the director's son, Mathieu Demy - who can't hold his liquor at a birthday party and required the help of a maternal figure to make it through his dry and wet heaves.
In the mesmerizing "Embrace of the Serpent," Colombian filmmaker Ciro Guerra assumes the role of an ever-aware river guide, navigating us through the sweeping beauty of the Amazon while pointing to the toll on humanity and culture wrought by ...
There's no way either Ridley Scott or Steven Spielberg would have missed the top ten, though John Crowley is a trickier proposition - his film was always a much stronger Best Picture contender than he was in this category, but I'll take a punt on my ...
Every year, it seems, there's a film or two at Sundance, usually in the world cinema categories, that make an argument for our attention by crafting art from horror, presenting distant conflicts through lyrical and intimate means.
Every year, it seems, there's a film or two at Sundance, usually in the world Cinema categories, that make an argument for our attention by crafting art from horror, presenting distant conflicts through lyrical and intimate means.
It sounds as though Amy, which I haven't yet been able to see, belongs on that list too. But the best "documentaries" I saw in 2015 were two idiosyncratic and very personal film-essays: Laurie Anderson's Heart of a Dog and Hubert Sauper's We Come as ...
It sounds as though Amy, which I haven't yet been able to see, belongs on that list too. But the best "documentaries" I saw in 2015 were two idiosyncratic and very personal film-essays: Laurie Anderson's Heart of a Dog and Hubert Sauper's We Come as ...


 

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