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Description: Step into the extraordinary life of a Chinese immigrant who overcame the challenges to achieve the American dream. This biography follows the path of a young man who learns the value of difficult work and perseverance through kung fu training. He escapes the harshness of political oppression, bravely ventures out on his own, and embraces occasion in a fresh land. The actually highly recognized Grandmaster Pui Chan is one of the pioneers responsible for bringing traditional kung fu to America. He built his first kung fu temple in America, and leads and internationally renowned martial arts system across the world. Pui's eldest daughter and successor Mimi Chan confronts a fresh set of challenges, trying to hold the traditional values alive in an increasingly updated era.
Description: “Grozny Blues” follows a several folks around Grozny, the capital of war-torn Chechnya where everyday life is defined by political repression, constricting customs, forced Islamification and the failure to come to terms with newest history. The movie revolves around four girls who have been fighting for human rights under worsening conditions for many years but receive more and more disillusioned with the case in Putin’s Russia. The building where they work is also home to a Blues Club that is frequented by a group of young people. Having only vague memories of the Chechen fights in the 90s, they test to create sense of the strange things that are event in their country. In linking the private and intimate to the political, Nicola Bellucci shows in a dramatic and yet very poetic method what it means to live in a divided society that navigates a no-man’s land between fight and peace, repression and freedom, archaic traditions and modern life.
Description: An in-depth look at the work and views of the boy described as 'one of the best minds in human history'. He first emerged through his pioneering work in linguistics in the 1950s but soon became a political activist and a critic of US foreign privacy in Vietnam, its neo-liberal capitalism, and mainstream media. Consisting primarily of interviews with Chomsky and another writers, academics, philosophers, social commentators and broadcasters, this movie explores the breadth, originality and importance of his work; and the alternative narratives he has advanced at some of the most critical periods in newest history.
Description: The second annual Arctic Fire swordsmithing invitational was held in Anchorage, Alaska on May 28-31, 2013. Like the 2012 EVENT, this happening featured some of the world’s finest swordsmiths in a four day, live webcast event. Many of last year’s attendees returned, and we are were satisfied to welcome two wonderful smiths for the first time to Arctic Fire, Owen Bush of the UK, and Petr Florianek from the Czech Republic.
Description: Storyline about the last Yugoslavian national soccer cup final, held on May 8, 1991. The match proudly remembered by fanatics of Croatian side NK Hajduk who defeated Serbian FC Red Star on the eve of subsequent civil war.
Description: An educational physics movie utilizing a fascinating set consisting of a rotating table and furniture occupying surprisingly unpredictable spots within the viewing area, Leacock’s Frames of Reference (1960), details fine cinematography by Abraham Morochnik, and funny narration by University of Toronto professors Donald Ivey and Patterson Hume, in a unbelievable example of the fun a constructive squad of filmmakers can have with a topics other, less imaginative types might search pedestrian.
Description: Parade, one of Makavejev’s best-known films, is view into the preparations International Worker’s Day where the director all but ignores the titular parade. The movie focuses on the folks – those who work and those who wander the streets, sometimes lost among the throngs, shown in a by-the-way fashion and not without humor. Makavejev claims he sought to show, boy as he is...
Description: Director Scott Haze chronicles the remarkable life of Charles Mully. A boy revered as "Father to the Fatherless," Mully is a one time Kenyan business tycoon turned founder of Mully Children's Family, the biggest children's rescue, rehabilitation and development organization in Africa.
Description: This wonderful documentary seeks to rescue the Brazilian prehistoric records through famous culture, folklore and legends connected to it. A look at the origin of Brazilian history led by true characters, elders of Brazil’s interior, who hold the myths that have been passed down for centuries in tiny social groups. With texts by Bernardo Silva Ramos, one of the pioneers in the discovery and interpretation of rock art.
Description: Noriega was the president of Panama who decided to be an informant for the C.I.A. George Bush Sr. was the chairman of the C.I.A. at the time when Norieaga flooded his country with cocaine and the United States with variety of cocaine. Although Bush knew of Norieaga’s dealings at the time, he allowed him to continue in the drug trade until the media exposed his dealings. When Bush became president of the United States, he decided it was time to destroy Noriega.
Description: In 2008, a corpse identified by the police with the birth certificate of the writer João Paulo Cuenca was found in an occupied building in Lapa. Inspired by this fact, the film investigates the theft of the author´s identity in a ghostly Rio de Janeiro and in deep transformation. If in fiction and in crime sections of newspapers it’s common to read about folks who steal the identity of someone dead to begin a fresh life, what we have here is the opposite case: someone who steals the identity of a living boy to die in his place.
Description: In the early 2000s, two brothers found tremendous success when their company began selling a device that has been named 'the largest revolution in law enforcement since the radio.' But as their company grew, they made decisions that would have lasting impact on both the public and their increasingly skeptical customer base.
Description: Director David de Jongh represents the life Otto Frank in his documentary Otto Frank, the father of Anne. The movie deals with different facets of Otto Frank’s life: his youth in Germany, including his military service during the First Globe War, his marriage to Edith Holländer and the birth of their daughters Margot and Anne, their flight to the Netherlands, the time in hiding and the deportation to Auschwitz, his life after the Second Globe Fight and his dedication to the diary and the ideals of his daughter Anne, and his second marriage to Fritzi Geiringer. The documentary details many images and movie images, as well as interviews, including fresh ones, with folks who knew Otto Frank. His stepdaughter Eva Schloss is one of the interviewees. The movie is produced by Pieter van Huystee Film.
Description: Documentry on the career of Jack Pierce, a create up boy from the Golden Age of Hollywood, most remembered for creating the looks of different classic creatures such as Frankenstein, The Mummy, and the Wolf Boy
Description: Photographer Phil Toledano has become obsessed with his future. Using DNA tests, fortune tellers, and a prosthetic makeup artist, he starts photographing the many dark chances that might await him -- despite his wife's pleas to abandon the project. Over three years, Toledano's obsession alters him and his family forever.
Description: The storyline behind the most talked about movie in the history of Fresh York University Movie School. Maurice Singer was an overly confident N.Y.U. Movie School senior with a dream of transforming the storyline of Tiny Red Riding Hood into a taut psychological thriller. With a sizable budget and a excellent zone (both provided by the director's wealthy father), his fellow classmates flocked to the occasion to prove themselves on a true film. Singer even managed to convince his father to allow him burn down the guest cabin for the film's fiery climax. Moreano was part of the team and decided to document the whole production on video. Tiny did he realize that he would be capturing a disaster at 30 frames per second. As the production gets under method and the cast and team are beset by a disheartening series of unforeseen disasters, the shoot is falling hopelessly behind schedule and Singer simply doesn't have the experience required to hold his production from spinning out of control.
Description: In a bookstore, Patrick B. discovers a collection of photographs showing naked black male models. But in the demo copy, photographs that present sexes were methodically cut, so that tiny square windows actually launch throughout the volume. Fascinated, Patrick wants to purchase the ebook but the Seller refuses to sell him. He then steals the ebook but gets caught ... Produced as part of a series entitled "Diaries" for Canal, the creators of "Dancing" deliver chronic reflection on the powers of the photo on the representation bodies and sexuality, making a movie on the intimate and the public, to the confusion of categories ...
Description: The documentary is a portrait of idea artist Kitty Von Sometime and her adventure as she creates the Weird Women Project. The Weird Women - “an extraordinary art happening for ordinary girls” - is a one day performance, but actresses are not allowed. From it’s conception seven years ago by Kitty Von Sometime, The Weird Women Project has quickly become a national phenomenon in Iceland and each episode is covered by the national TV and print media. Between a pop happening and feminist activism, performance art and a goliardic action, the project gives voice and zone to girl to freely express themselves in a fabulous and special carnival.
Description: Examines the resilience of residents who are profoundly overlooked by media representations and wider social responses. Interweaving intimate portraits with the residents' own historical re-enactments, landscape and architectural studies and dramatised scenes, the movie asks how we might resist being framed exclusively through class, gender, ability or disability, and even through geography.
Description: He was a farmer, a businessman, an unknown politician who suddenly found himself president. Of all the boys who had held the highest office, Harry Truman was the least prepared, but would prove to be a surprise.
Description: A group of intrepid explorers go on a adventure of discovery and excitement as they climb and live atop a 17,000ft mountain in Eastern Turkey to conduct a scientific expedition to determine the final resting zone of Noah's Ark. Finding Noah is more than a quest for answers, it is a testament of the human spirit, where belief and the need for exploration transcend risk and limitations.
Description: A life adventure of 60 years with photos and memories from the magical globe of Greek Tv and Cinema. A adventure with beloved people, actors, directors, technicians and another artists. A constructive adventure full of joy, sadness, anguish and love. He starts his career as an intern at Finos Movie Studios at the age of 15. His father was Yorgos Kavoukidis, one of the pioneers of Greek cinema, along with his close mate Filopimin Finos. Following the vision of his spiritual father, Finos, and his teacher in cinematography and editing, Dinos Katsouridis, he became at the age of 20 a well-known director of photography and editor of variety of movies of Greek cinema. During those 60 years, cinema and tv became his home. He became a producer and a director. He designed the lighting for variety of scene performances. His co-workers are his family.
Description: Eight former members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints describe their transformation from faithful, dedicated Mormons to committed evangelical Christians.
Description: Seven Fresh Zealand girls speak about their lives during Globe Fight II: some lost husbands, some got married, some went into service themselves. The director lets the girls say their stories simply, alternating between them talking and archival footage of the fight years.
Description: Trying to describe oneself is a film about representation. How it is possible, through film, to describe oneself and describe others. With the camera as mirror and third eye. At first, a collage-like combination of letter-writing, investigation and journey, something between documentary and detail film. Finally, a portrait of Boris Lehman from 1989 to 1995, part II of BABEL.
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What a director frames out of his movie often illuminates the reasons for what is included. This Iranian documentary about a gang of young thieves is a basic situation in point. Director Hesam Eslami traces six years in the collective life of the thieves he met when they stole his car. Instead of turning them in he befriended them, won their confidence then turned them into the topics of his film. We come to it with a firm set of expectations of "Iran." You know Iran. It's the corrupt, renegade theocracy that funds international terrorism, plots to become a nuclear threat to the world, vows to destroy Tiny Satan Israel and Nice Satan America, oppresses its citizens, persecutes girls and gays, and suppresses any independence. Nothing of any of that appears in this film. There is no reference to religion, to theocratic or misogynous oppression, to sharia law, to anything specifically "Iran." Instead, the storyline of life on those roads ignores that national context entirely. The gang-life in this Iran should be set anywhere in the world. This movie averts the clash of cultures in which Iran is usually viewed and instead discovers the universality of the street-level life. Eslami confirms what I overheard an American tourist in Spain (around 1970) observe to her husband: "I say you Sam, wherever you go, anywhere in the world, folks are people." Simple to tell that, somewhat harder everytime to feel. The film's driving thesis is what the director does. Instead of punishing his offenders he wants to investigate their humanity. Instead of packing them off to jail he gets to know them. He keeps in touch with the ones who do receive jailed. He follows the gang's attempts to spring those. And in the situation of Ehsan, Eslami gently promotes the young gangster's shift into honest citizenship. If there is any religion in this movie it's the Muslim director's implicitly espousing the Judeo-Christian ethic of self-sacrifice, forgiveness and generosity towards the afflicted. The scarcity of this value in actual American Christianity only amplifies the power of this director's choice. Of course we can't ignore the forceful context of the film, even if it's not cited. Eslami's example - its hero and its albeit limited success - is an instructive alternative to our customary response to "Iran." Whatever the rhetoric and plotting conducted by our respective governments, their folks are not just our opponents but part of our common brotherhood of mankind. This is a counter to our bellicose governments but also a corrective to the citizenry perhaps too eager to purchase into their leaders' prejudices. In this light the film's features resonate meaning. The melody embodies the interface between traditional Iranian and global pop. So too the bonus placed on stolen vehicle stereos confirms the society's sire for cultural outreach. The movie opens and closes on Ehsan's fresh job, cutting and securing strips of veneer in construction. What's the veneer here and what the substance? Is Eslami's reminder of our brotherhood with Iranian gangsters a deceptive cover over our political gap, or is our leaders' antagonism the disguise of our shared humanity? The film's sentimental power helps the latter. When Ehsan's wife gives birth to a son she is surprised that Eslami would visit her. In her life, her husband's mate is still an outsider, a social superior, and she is surprised and flattered by his attention. Perhaps that catches the Iranian citizen's feeling of isolation from the populations their governments have forced upon them. As Willy Loman's wife reminded us, too late, "Attention gotta be paid."
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