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Stuffed is a movie starring Allis Markham, Jaap Sinke, and Ferry van Tongeren. An inside look into the world of taxidermy and the passionate artists from all over the world who work on the animals.

Erin Derham
Jaap Sinke, Ferry van Tongeren, Allis Markham

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Genres Documentary
Director Erin Derham
Stars Jaap Sinke, Ferry van Tongeren, Allis Markham
Country USA, Canada
Runtime 1 h 24 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An inside look into the world of taxidermy and the passionate artists from all over the world who work on the animals.

Top reviews

Friday, 11 Dec 2020 23:28

I was looking for a documentary about being an independent film-maker, and I stumbled upon this. I'm not sure I've ever seen a documentary about working on a movie as long as this one. Every single person interviewed is a successful filmmaker, but the style of the documentary is definitely different from the interviews. This feels more like a chat with a friend, or a conversation on a street corner. Each interview is shorter and more intimate, and I feel that it gives more insight into the subject matter. There's a lot of talk about the role of a producer in a film, and the different ways that directors/producers might approach a movie. It's a pretty fascinating look at the independent film world, but it's also a little depressing. It's difficult to talk about a subject like this without sounding pretentious, but I don't think it's necessary. I thought the interviews were a lot more interesting than the movie itself, which is always a good thing. I don't think the filmmakers were trying to tell us the exact same story they'd been telling us in the first place, but I'm not sure they even wanted to tell that story. I think the filmmakers were more interested in being honest, and they had a good reason to do so. They just wanted to talk to people who were passionate about the film world. I'm not sure what the filmmakers were hoping to get from this, but I know that they certainly weren't expecting a documentary about the indie film world. They were just trying to get honest and they didn't have to do it the way that the people they interviewed wanted. I think that the documentary ends up being a little too sad and depressing for a documentary about indie film, but that's probably why it works so well.
Friday, 16 Oct 2020 23:08

This is a documentary on the 'unofficial' heritage festival of France, organized by 'Manif Pour Tous' (the Manif Pour Organizes) and supported by the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INR). It shows the many interesting facts about the festival and the many people who participated in it. However, it is also quite revealing about the lack of effort to establish a festival that would appeal to the French people and that would benefit from cultural exchange. The Manif Pour Tous festival is one of the most expensive festivals in France. Therefore, it is also one of the most expensive cultural exchanges in the world. However, the festival does not have a sponsor or a central organizing body, so it does not have the funding necessary to support it. The festival organizers would like to build a proper venue, and to have a main focus in order to attract more participants. However, the festival organizers are not willing to accept these things. This documentary is also an investigation into the 'national' nature of the festival. There are many famous French actors who participate in the festival, but they do not have a large influence on the actual festival. It seems that the festival organizers, who have a huge amount of money, decide to make an event for their personal benefit, rather than for the benefit of the French people. This documentary is a great and important film, because it shows the need of a 'national' festival. However, it is a documentary that is not about the festival, but about the lack of funding for the festival, and about the lack of participation of the French people. For example, the festival organizers are talking about the participation of the French people, and this is not the case. Furthermore, this documentary is also an investigation into the culture of the French people, as well as their lack of knowledge about their heritage. It is a film that shows the lack of knowledge and the lack of knowledge about the heritage of the French people, as well as their lack of knowledge about the festivals of other countries. Finally, it is a documentary that is about the cultural exchange, and shows how the culture of the French people is not important for the festival. Therefore, it is a great documentary and is a must see.
Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 10:32

What can I say about this documentary? Well, it is just a must see for anyone who has ever worked with animals or has a great love for the planet. It is really something to behold, I would put it right up there with my favorite documentary of all time, "The Humane World." What I love most about the film is how it shows the stories of many people who work with animals and it really does feel like you are really there. I think it is truly great that it is only a matter of time before more people learn more about the animals they interact with and it is good to see that some people are actually taking action in support of animal welfare. This documentary is very well done and highly recommended. My hat goes off to the people behind this film for creating a documentary that is both entertaining and informative. I also really hope that people learn from the film and not just keep repeating the same old talking points as they have been hearing for years. Just like with the "Humane World" documentary, I highly recommend seeing the film and giving it a chance. I am sure it will be a great talking point for years to come. I am also sure that the animal rights community will enjoy the film as well. I am also really happy to see that this film has been promoted through some great resources and people are taking the time to spread the word about the film. You can go to the website to learn more about the film and you can also read the book it is based on. This film is truly something that needs to be seen. As I stated earlier, I am so thankful that the internet has become such an important tool to spread awareness and I hope that people take the time to watch and learn from the documentary. I am sure that the film will inspire and inspire you to do the same. I am so looking forward to the next one and hope that it will be as good as the previous one. Thank you, Jason

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