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Description: Both up-roaringly funny and unerringly cautionary, Broomfield's behind-the-scenes document of the making of a musical becomes a ceremonious unmaking-of as egos, budgets and general calamity conspire to crash the greatest efforts of all involved in the Fresh York rehearsals for an extravagant, glitzy production.
Description: This breakthrough filmessay explores the strange situation of G.W.Pabst, the Austrian Movie Director who was considered a giant of early cinema before his reputation went behind a cloud. The movie takes us through his work with Garbo and Louise Brooks, and his making of such classics as "Pandora's Box", "The Joyless Street", and "The Threepenny Opera". But this is no ordinary movie tribute. For "The Another Eye", Johanna Heer and Werner Schmiedel, have evolved a rich visual language fresh to the documentary field, using a elaborate color structure that reflects not only different moods but various periods of time. The film's jazzy style and sophisticated narration probes unflinchingly the controversy surrounding Pabst: What possessed this liberal, cosmopolitan filmmaker to return to Austria in 1939 and direct films for the Third Reich?
Description: Tapestries of Hope is the storyline of filmmaker Michealene Cristini Risley who traveled to Zimbabwe to document the work of Betty Makoni and the Woman Kid Network. The movie exposes an trouble that continues to be ignored: the rape and abuse of thousands of young women in Zimbabwe by boys who trust it will cure their HIV/AIDS.
Description: Before forensics, DNA, and CSI we had dollhouses – an unimaginable collection of miniature crime scenes, known as the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death. Created in the 1930s and 1940s by a crime-fighting grandmother, Frances Glessner Lee created the Nutshells to support homicide detectives hone their investigative skills. These surreal dollhouses reveal a dystopic and disturbing slice of domestic life with doll corpses representing current murder victims, or perhaps something that just looks like murder. Despite all the advances in forensics, the Nutshells are still used today to train detectives. Documentary film, Of Dolls and Murder, explores the dioramas, the girl who created them, and their relationship to modern day forensics. From the iconic CSI tv present to the Body Farm and criminally minded college students, legendary filmmaker and real crime aficionado, John Waters narrates the small globe of large time murder.
Description: They are the world's largest rapids, thundering down the final pitch of the mighty Congo River. Legendary kayaker Steve Fisher and his elite expedition squad war seemingly insurmountable obstacles, navigate the maddening politics of a broken Central African country and face their own worst fears in an attempt to be the first explorers to survive the Inga Rapids.
Description: After years of struggling to create it in the melody business, and achieving surprising success; Shaun Diviney, Andy Clemmensen and Bradie Webb share their storyline whilst recording their third studio album. Pain, pleasure and a lot of penis.
Description: Harry, Liam, Zayn, Niall & Louis have proven they're more than a manufactured man band by becoming global superstars almost overnight. Presented by X Factor's Sinitta, this tool unleashes all the highs of the band's turbo-charged fame. From five individual hopeful singers taking part in Simon Cowell's British X Factor. the men of One Direction have defied the odds, and their critics, by becoming the hottest British man band in the world. With A-List interviews from Piers Morgan, Zac Efron, Katherine Jenkins and some members of the cast of Glee and many others, we discover what makes these men a chart topping success. Smashing worldwide charts with their debut No 1 single and album, One Direction have it all: nice voices, charm and nice looks. proving the only method is UP for One Direction.
Description: While his aide continuously turns the handle of the bellows, keeping hot a tiny furnace in front of him, a blacksmith is pounding a piece of metal on an anvil, then plunges the shaft into a tub of water, causing a cloud of vapor in the process.
Description: Frame 313 examines few theories that have been offered about who was responsible for the JFK Assassination including the single bullet theory, the CIA/Mafia theory, the Soviet Union/KGB theory, the Mafia hit theory, and the CIA/Anti-Castro theory.
Description: In his directorial debut Angry Chad Taylor, the renowned Venice Beach chainsaw Juggler, has created a one of a type documentary that goes deep inside the hidden globe of road performers. Amid rare footage of the most shocking and inspired road acts from around the world, one performer after other pulls back the makeshift curtain. Their acts are astonishing; their stories, more nice still. Here is the tightrope walker, the razor blade muncher, the sidewalk samurai, the tattooed man. Meet The Fireman who lost his teeth to his fire-eating act, and the Calypso Tumbler who's purchasing up true estate in the Caribbean. This is the human condition at its most freakishly wonderful.
Description: Until an FBI bust upended her life, Jeanette Maier was a successful Fresh Orleans madam. Her discreet clientele included a number of powerful, high-ranking politicians. The ensuing very public trial - both in the courtroom and in the media – focused salaciously on the fact that Jeanette’s brothel was a family affair – Jeanette ran the business with her mother and she employed her own daughter as an escort. Jeanette and her family ended up infamous, their futures blighted by felony convictions, yet their well-connected clients escaped exposure. Now, the Canal Road Madam sets out to reinvent herself, to reclaim her public persona, and to protect her family as she wars back vs a system that silences the powerless and protects the elite.
Description: Focusing on the work of cartoonists in Egypt, Algeria, Syria and Palestine, this documentary examines how comic strips and caricatures are becoming a car for dissent and a voice for freedom of expression in the Arab world. (TIFF)
Description: This essential fresh documentary pays tribute to the legacy of the late, legendary casting director Marion Dougherty and shines a light on one of the most overlooked and least understood crafts in filmmaking.
Description: A squad of filmmakers take a tour of South America with mural artist and animator Blu, looking to see how his art and mind will be influenced through total immersion in foreign cultures. The squad traveled through Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua Costa Rica and Argentina, and called the movie after those countries. In the director's words, "What came out was an unscripted movie about improvisation, inspiration (and perspiration), innovation, self-exploration and all the another nice things in life that end with -ion."
Description: American Job is a narrative movie about Randy Scott, a youth caught in the dismal confusion of living and working in the globe of minimum wage. The movie follows Randy through a number of low-paying, menial jobs including quick meal dishwasher, custodian, telemarketer, and factory worker. It highlights the sheer boredom of minimum wage work and is a slightly comical and occasionally depressing look at what life is like in the US minimum wage arena.
Description: With nice wit and insight, Fresh York Town filmmaker Nina Davenport documents her quest to have a baby as a single mother over forty. Davenport's movie taps into the zeitgeist subject of how the modern family is being re-imagined. (TIFF)
Description: In an unprecedented and candid series of interviews, six former heads of the Shin Bet — Israel's intelligence and safety agency — speak about their role in Israel's decades-long counterterrorism campaign, discussing their controversial ways and whether the ends ultimately justify the means. (TIFF)
Description: Africa, the cradle of humanity, the heart of our earth, the black continent, where the sun shines almost straight down from heaven. Fascinating landscapes, a special and varied wildlife that has adapted perfectly to the conditions, plants that are found nowhere else in our world. Breathtaking diversity of species. Join us and visit the land of sunshine, roam endlessly vast savannas, watch giraffes and elephants at the waterhole and marvel at lions, zebras, hippos and much more. Allow us present you the locals Namibia Africa!
Description: The second installment of a three-volume collection examining the life and work of English novelist Jane Austen delves into the social mores that helped shape the author's storyline lines, examining the Regency era of English history from 1811 to 1820. In addition, viewers learn what constituted high fashion and haute cuisine -- and what did not -- during that time, as well as the public and political subject that ruled the day.
Description: Artifact is a 2012 American documentary movie directed by Jared Leto under the pseudonym of Bartholomew Cubbins, a recurring hero in the Dr. Seuss universe. The movie is a documentary about the making of the 30 Seconds to Mars album This Is Fight and the band's war vs record label EMI. Included in Artifact are few interviews, including the one with neurophysicist Daniel Levitin, creator of the famous science ebook This Is Your Brain On Music. The movie won the BlackBerry People's Choice Documentary Award at the 2012 Toronto International Movie Festival.
Description: Set aboard a hulking fishing vessel as it navigates the treacherous waves off the Fresh England coast. The very waters that once inspired Moby Dick, the movie captures the harsh, unforgiving globe of the fishermen in starkly haunting, yet pretty detail.
Description: Jane Austen was born in 1775 and died in 1817. It may have been a short life, and seemingly uneventful, but for the globe of literature it was a very valuable one. This DVD takes us to the territories which shaped Jane Austen’s vision, and inspired her to write some of the greatest loved classic novels worldwide. Discover Steventon, the village of her birth; search out what she really thought about Bath and explore Cassandra’s revelations about Jane’s mystery seaside admirer. Combine all this with the fascinating Jane Austen Museum at Chawton and play a adventure through the same glorious English countryside which Jane Austen experienced for herself nearly two hundred years ago.
Description: Part memoir, part town symphony, part noir-ish B-movie adventure, the fresh detail from critically acclaimed film-making duo João Pedro Rodrigues and João Rui Guerra da Mata (To Die Like a Man) is a sensual, shape-shifting ode to one of the world's most mythic, alluring and exoticized cities.
Description: In this irresistibly zany, sharp-witted documentary, director Simon Ennis introduces us to an unforgettable group of characters whose obsession with the moon and lunar colonization has given birth to utopian dreams of truly galactic proportions. (TIFF)
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Jeff Deutchman has tried to give us a day in the life of America and the Globe picture of the historic day in which Barack Obama was elected President and in many methods redefined American as a 21st century multi-cultural nation. It is a strong moment, but the picture which is defined by its rigid methodology doesn't really live up to the moment. Deutchman – in what he describes as an act of consensual film-making - asked his mates around the globe to movie the happenings of the day which resulted in an echo chamber of mostly Obama supporters spouting simplistic thoughts on the historic significance of the day. The early parts before the election reflect the nervousness of Election Day and the soon sections the often drunken celebration of the day, but the movie fails to deliever a true understanding of the titanic events. Many of the clips are better suited to YouTube. The folks are mostly young, liberal and banal. They speak in sound bites about hope and change and rarely go below the surface to attempt to wrestle with the political significance or the momentous problems of the election. There is almost nothing on necessary problems such as Iraq, the sinking economy or the campaign's signature debate on Health Care. There are a several unbelievable clips like that of an elderly black campaign worker reflecting on her memories of the death of Emmet Till in 1955 and why this means so much to her. The test of a several international clips brings home that an American election has globe historical significance and international consequences. But most of the picture is incomplete and fully lacking in historical and political context. This is where the random verite style fails and where incorporating some expert analysis of the happenings should greatly strengthen the presentation of one of the most necessary happenings of our times. The movie reflects an innovative experiment, but unfortunately not a very successful one.
I caught this gem at the IFC Center back in June and have been waiting for an occasion to say my mates to go see it for themselves. I was in NY on 11/4/08 and this film brings it all back. Though much of the humor comes from the younger characters, it's the older ones who ask the tough questions. The film is made up of videos shot by true people, documenting their own experiences on that day. Jeff Deutchman, the director, simply shares them with us, without much fuss or propaganda. What ends up being most meaningful, oddly, is not the moments that create up the day but rather the glimpse this film allows us of ourselves. It's nice to see this day--history in the making, we knew--just two years later.
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