CINEMONDO: Home Category: World Cinema A family enjoys an idyllic existence in their isolated, ramshackle home by an abandoned highway. But everything changes when rush hour traffic starts rumbling by and the family must resort to desperate measures to preserve their solitude.
In Focus: Guardians of the Rain Forest Category: News & Current Affairs The Munich publisher Mascha Kauka has joined the effort to save the world's largest woodland eco-system with a unique project. Enlisting the aid of two indigenous tribes, she's having an international academy built in the depths of Ecuador's rain forest.
Borgen - Episode 11: "89,000 Children" (Episode 11) In the Season 2 opener, Birgitte is visiting soldiers stationed in Afghanistan when their encampment is attacked, killing several soldiers. Reporter Katrine Fønsmark approaches the father of a fallen soldier for a story, while Kasper Juul juggles his job as the PM's spin-doctor and his new girlfriend.
Borgen - Episode 12: "In Brussels No One Can Hear You Scream" (Episode 12) When Birgitte offers her old mentor Bent Sejrø the position of EU-commissioner, he sees it as a ploy to get rid of him and refuses. The resulting power play has serious consequences. Meanwhile, Kasper is haunted by his history with Katrine as he prepares to move in with his new girlfriend, Lotte.
Borgen - Episode 13: "The Last Worker" (Episode 13) As Birgitte's government is preparing to present a new reform package, the media unleashes a personal attack on party leader Bjørn Marrot, and Birgitte senses a rebellion. Meanwhile, tension grows on the homefront where Phillip has a new girlfriend.
Borgen - Episode 14: "Battle Ready" (Episode 14) After Bjørn Marrot's exit, Höxenhaven jumps at the opportunity to step in as new party leader. But when compromising photos of Höxenhaven turn up at the Ekspres, Laugesen wants to publish them immediately, and Katrine is skeptical.
Borgen - Episode 15: "Plant a Tree" (Episode 15) Birgitte struggles to get coalition parties to agree on her new reform package, and is tempted when Kasper suggests underhanded tactics. Meanwhile, Katrine receives a job offer that tests her personal beliefs, and Birgitte's stress at work is taking a toll on her children.
Borgen - Episode 16: "Them and Us" (Episode 16) Internal strife erupts among coalition partners as the right submits a bill to lower the age of criminal responsibility to 12 years. Meanwhile, Laura is recovering from a panic attack, but Birgitte can't admit that her daughter is ill.
Borgen - Episode 20: "An Extraordinary Remark" (Episode 20) In the season finale, Birgitte is on a month leave from her post as prime minister to focus on family and is torn about returning to work. And, as Kasper and Katrine get more serious, will their differing views on having children tear them apart once and for all?
Borgen - Episode 19: "The Sanctity of Private Life" (Episode 19) Feeling terrible about her denial of Laura's illness, which is only getting worse, Birgitte agrees to admit her daughter to a private psychiatric hospital. Meanwhile, Birgitte and Phillip are connecting again, despite Philip's continued relationship with Cecilie.
Pit No. 8 Category: Documentaries This documentary film profiles 15-year-old Yura and his sisters who escaped their alcoholic parents, and now must mine for coal in abandoned pits near his Ukrainian hometown to survive.
El Bulli Category: Documentaries Ferran Adrià is widely considered the best, most innovative chef in the world. Each year his restaurant El Bulli closes for six months so he and his team can create the new season's menu. Anything goes -- except repeats.