Gottfried Böhm may be 93, but he is still the "Boss." He's the head of a multigenerational architectural firm considered one the most prestigious in the world. His three son are successful architects in their own right, but they still seek ways to extricate themselves from their father's shadow.
Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning
Photographer Dorothea Lange was one of the first artists to give a face and a voice to marginalized America, crushed by the Great Depression. She was selecting works for a retrospective exhibition, just days before she died, when her documentarian granddaughter attempted to uncover what motivated Lange's work.
Remake, Remix, Rip-Off
"Tarzan in Istanbul", "The Izmir Exorcist" and "Islamic Rambo" were among the thousands of films the Turkish industry produced in a "cut and paste" method during the 1960s and '70s. In the 60s/70s Turkey was home to one of the world's biggest film industries. Soon the filmmakers ran out of topics and they began copying movies from all over the world. Name any Western hit film, there's a Turkish version to it.