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They Call me Dr. Miami


Dr. Miami is ""the most famous plastic surgeon of the universe"". He's followed by millions of people, mostly teenagers who can't get enough of his live operations, and his multiple skits. He was nominated for Snapchatter of the Year alongside Kylie Jenner and DJ Khaled. Tabloids covered him for Twitter feuding with Nicki Minaj and doing “mommy makeovers” for Teen Moms and Bad Girls. He also had his own reality show on WE tv.
While chasing fame, and appearing in hip hop music videos, can this Orthodox Jewish father of five carry on with his gimmick and still preserve his identity? Can he carry on preaching for cosmetic surgery while respecting his faith?
THEY CALL ME DR.MIAMI is a modern representation of Guy Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, where our links with the natural and social world are transformed into an infinite world of images in which we might be losing ourselves.

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Michael Salzhauer

Directed by

Jean-Simon Chartier



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The Butterfly Tree

Evelyn, a burlesque queen, bewitches single dad Al and his teenage son, Fin with her zest for life. When father and son discover they are competing for the affections of the same woman, old wounds are reopened over the death of Fin’s mother. Through the vivacious Evelyn, Fin learns the power of forgiveness and relinquishes his goddess in return for a family.

In this seductive and heart-warming story, both men will discover the power of selfless love.


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A sisterhood of 8 Maori female directors bravely share their insights into the complexity of child abuse, in a sequence of eight short films that seamlessly become one.

At the centre of their stories is Waru, a boy killed at the hands of a caregiver. His tangi, set on a small rural marae, is the centrepiece of the film, but there is an underlying disturbance of heavy themes touching on culture, custom and shame.