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We know men need to talk, Jonah Hill’s Stutz shows us how to do it

We know men need to talk, Jonah Hill’s Stutz shows us how to do it

The new documentary from Jonah Hill and his therapist shows us the benefits of therapy, while giving us some tools for how to express ourselves

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woo presents Feel Good Films: I thank my mother for my hair

After daughter Alexis reconnects with her mother Natasha, the pair embark on a road to healing

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woo presents feel good films: Material Bodies

Prosthetic legs as accessory, companion and part of you, Material Bodies is a stunning documentary using dance, dialogue and design to tell a story ab...

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Introducing Feel Good Films

Introducing Feel Good Films

Woo presents a series of uplifting films for you to enjoy

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woo presents Feel Good Films: The Countdown

Olympic fencer Ysaora Thibus takes us through the strenuous work and dedication it takes to become a winner

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woo presents Feel Good Films: FREEBORDER SKATE

Skateboarding is for everyone. In this short film, we see how skater Sojourn founded Free Border Skate as a commitment to making that happen for refug...

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woo presents feel good films: Ramatu go box

POV: You're in Jamestown, West Africa. Up-and-coming female boxer, Ramatu Quaye, walks you through the streets of her hometown – the place where boxin...

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woo presents Feel Good Films: Youth of the rural north

What is the relationship between culture and place? This short investigates the intimacies of this relationship for young people living in the rural N...

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Aftersun director Charlotte Wells talks working with Paul Mescal and male mental health

Aftersun director Charlotte Wells talks working with Paul Mescal and male mental health

2022's breakout British filmmaker discusses her radiant debut exploring grief, fatherhood and memory via package holidays and home videos

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woo presents feel good films: ephwaipi

Set amidst the busy happenings of life in urban Hong Kong, this short shows two young women putting forward their disruptive vision for change

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