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Brigitte Bardot: The Icon of France

The in-a-class-of-her-own French actress, dancer and model began making her mark in the early 1950s, as a teenager on the cover of Elle Magazine, then in a string of films that brought her to the international forefront – from ‘And God created Woman’ to ‘The Truth’ to ‘Contempt’ to ‘Via Maria!’ And in 1974 she left show business, becoming an animal rights activist, which she still is.

CinéDoc features special documentaries that celebrate a rich variety of iconic artists, from Marlon Brando to Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra to Salvador Dali, Tony Bennett to Herbie Hancock; profiles an assortment of revered directors, including Bernardo Bertolucci, Stephen Frears, and David Lynch; and offers insightful glimpses into an eclectic combination of topics, airing films from “Girl 27” – a look back at the 1937 scandal MGM tried to keep a secret forever but couldn’t, involving a group of underage girls tricked into going to a stag party that turned into a free-for-all, told 70 years later through the eyes of a woman who was raped at the event – to “Steal A Pencil For Me,” a multi-layered high drama love story that survives both parties internment in a Nazi concentration camp.

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Ways To School

Series about various children around the world who face awesome challenges just getting to school each day but are determined to keep making that journey back and forth, for the education they are so hungry to work to attain.
Live Forever

LIVE FOREVER: THE RISE AND FALL OF BRIT POP
Show about the British pop phenomenon of the 1990s, featuring performances by, and interviews with, some of the leading bands from that era – including Blur, Oasis, and Pulp – and also taking a glimpse back at the art and politics in England during that period.

Extreme Fashionistas
When people think of fashion, they usually look to NYC, Paris Milan…But the game is changing, and now fashion centers are popping up all around the world – in places including Algiers, Haiti, Karachi, and Rangoon.
Live Forever

Bridget Bardot: The Icon of France
The in-a-class-of-her-own French actress, dancer and model began making her mark in the early 1950s, as a teenager on the cover of Elle Magazine, then in a string of films that brought her to the international forefront – from ‘And God created Woman’ to ‘The Truth’ to ‘Contempt’ to ‘Via Maria!’ And in 1974 she left show business, becoming an animal rights activist, which she still is.

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