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Description: Mitch is an artist, Mitch is schizophrenic. That’s what he claims, facing the camera. And Mitch is his self-portrait, showing a boy of 40 who uses the camera and movie as a form of therapy. So (a decisive gesture here) this is about reversing perspectives, in order to follow in his footsteps.
Description: This is a movie about Christopher Kirk, an American IT guy who moves to Colombia after reading about Pablo Escobar’s hippopotamuses. It is also a movie about the storyline of V., a storyline that Kirk obsessively says and retells about his infatuation with a mysterious Japanese-columbian woman. A storyline that may or may not have to do with his arrest in 2009 in Brazil for international drug trafficking. Moreover, it is also a movie about two directors.
Description: The docu-fiction GARUDA POWER is the final effect of many years of research about Indonesian Action Films - or what's still left of it. It focuses on Action Films from the first Chinese-influenced martial arts films of the 1930s, the James Bond copies of the swinging 1960s, the Bruce Lee-alikes and super character comic ebook adaptations of the 1970s, the golden age of the 1980s up to newest worldwide success of the two RAID movies.
Description: 'Chasing after the wind' is a portrait of Gustavo, a marginal hero whose intimacy opens a window to the social and cultural fabric of a neighborhood at the peak of change. Gustavo is a wild boy living at a nostalgic zone yearning for the lost essence of its past. Each night, Gethsemane becomes Gustavo's scene, while he slips into the dark corners of the neighborhood. This movie is a contemplation of a shared impermanence, where Gethsemane's debris bears witness of the end of a community, but also of a human being.
Description: What does a rural city in South Carolina have to do with China? Americans consume nearly twenty billion fresh stuff of clothing every year, and at least one billion of them are made in China. Cotton Street uncovers the transnational movement of cotton and says the stories of workers lives in a conventional cotton supply chain. From rural farms in South Carolina to factory towns in China, we span the world to encounter the industrial processes behind our rapacious consumption of cheap clothing and textile products. Are we connected to one other through the things we consume? Cotton Street explores a contemporary landscape of globalized labor through human stories and provides an occasion to reflect on the methods our consumption impacts others and drives a global economy.
Description: Black and white photos shot at night. A camera roams the roads of Montreal in find of sounds, smells and sensations. From the first frame, NIGHTS stakes its ground as a poetic, nomadic experience, an open-ended essay about the countless inner worlds that inhabit the big-city night. Testimonials and confessions gradually emerge, from a photographer to a truck driver, from a baker to a blind girl who had to learn to “see” the globe differently. Their experiences overlap, but are unalike. We have the feeling of living various lives, vs the grain of normality, and we are not alone in this. Diane Poitras achieves nothing less than the reconstitution of a parallel community.
Description: The movie traces modern-day slavery in Cambodia by disclosing the fate of this young girl and following, in parallel, the everyday lives of two human traffickers, a local recruiter and the head of an agency. Cambodian folks call these traffickers Mey Kechol: The Storm Makers.
Description: All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is one of the toughest med schools in the globe (with an acceptance rate of less than 0.1%). After a student gets involved in a violent accident on campus, a movie maker goes undercover at AIIMS to investigate the rising incidents of violence amongst the greatest minds of the nation. Four med students accept to be filmed for a year as part of this observational experiment. Through their private adventures within these celebrated hallways of excellence- we enter a ruthless globe of ambition and competition, where only the toughest can survive. Those who pass through gotta war monsters- both within and without.
Description: Years after first being inspired by a Félix Leclerc song, Martine Chartrand directed the movie MACPHERSON. Ten years in the making, it details animated painting on glass and draws on her extensive research on the game character. Filmmaker Serge Giguère was there from the start, carefully and sympathetically chronicling this exceptional constructive process.
Description: Fatima Ali Alhameli was the first Emirati female camel owner to enter her camel in the country’s camel beauty pageant tournament and participate in Abu Dhabi’s camel auctions. Her attempts faced stiff opposition from the organisers and society. However, she persisted as she was determined to represent Emirati girls in this largely male bastion and keen on proving to the globe that her gender would not keep her back. An inspiring movie about a woman’s courage and pioneering spirit.
Description: Historian William Dalrymple adventures to Morocco, Turkey, Syria and Pakistan to discover whirling dervishes, Qawwali singing and another forms of melody sacred in Sufism, the branch of Islam that emphasizes melody as a mystical route to the holy. Capturing performances of renowned Muslim musicians such as Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Sain Zahoor, the movie reveals that at the heart of Sufism lies a dedication to tolerance and pluralism.
Description: A tale of national identity and the meaning of zone in Lebanon. Narrated from a first-person perspective, it focuses on a country defined by religion, whose communities are fearful of demographic partition.
Description: This documentary follows singer-songwriter Warren Zevon through his struggle with the cancer that would soon slay him in 2003. Despite his debilitating disease, Zevon worked feverishly to finished his emotional final album, "The Wind." The creation of this album was an nice endeavor that's also chronicled here. Hosted by Billy Bob Thornton, the tool details interviews with Jackson Browne, Stevie Nicknames and Mick Fleetwood, among others.
Description: When Texas A&M left the Large 12 to join the Southeastern Conference, most college football observers assumed the Aggies were destined to languish in mediocrity. Yet, on-field tournament would pale in comparison to the hurdles the Aggies had already overcome to create the move. In exclusive interviews, SEC Ready, the first detail movie from TexAgs Films, recounts the politics, negotiations and broken promises that led A&M to the SEC. Once there, the Aggies defied doubters, went toe-to-toe with college football’s elite and proved they were SEC Ready.
Description: Living Landscapes Earthscapes tools transform your screen into a window on paradise. A sensual Aloha experience of Hawaii. Just melody and natural sounds as rainbows leap from ocean spray, birds rejoice at Maui's Emerald Pool, warm ocean washes over pristine beaches, tumbling cascades grace the rainforest draping Maui's Hana Highway, and Rainbow Falls & Haleakala sunrise views come alive.
Description: “When I was one year old I was already walking. At two, I was eating dirt. At three, my father was in prison. At four, I begged with my sister. At seven, I came to France.” Those are the words of Spartacus, a Roma kid who, at 13, has already accumulated the experiences of few lifetimes. He and his sister Cassandre, 10, scrape out a living with an alcoholic, melodramatic father and a mother who begs them to gratis her from her husband’s tyranny. With the support of an exceptional social worker, they manage to detach themselves from their poor parents and experience childhood as they never should before.
Description: What you see on the magazine covers and on catwalks around the globe is far from the entire story; indeed, it is far from the truth. In this captivating inside look at the cutthroat modeling industry, supermodel Tara Fitzpatrick talks in-depth with her popular friends, revealing why and how they landed on the catwalk and the result of their immediate fame. Their candidness is both surprising and shocking.
Description: This is the impossible real storyline of how Sgt. Rob Jones, a bilateral above the knee amputee, biked across the country in one of the coldest winters on record in order to raise cash for veteran charities.
Description: In 1984, Ate de Jong, Dick Maas and George Schouten founded The Directors, a band made up of film directors. Soon on, more directors joined and so did actors, actresses and singers. This documentary follows the band members at home, on the set, at rehearsals and during performances. It’s a storyline of friendship, opposing characters, growing old and ambitions and illusions. Anecdotes and archive movies deliever a hilarious flashback on the lives of the movie friends. Time has treated them well. Everybody is or has been successful. To rough it all up, they decide to write a song that will be played at one of the band member’s funeral.
Description: This official history celebrates an wonderful century of cycling from the early flickering photos of the 1903 winner, Maurice Garin, to the nice scenes which greeted Lance Armstrong's fifth straight win in 1993. Introduced by Sean Kelly and narrated by David Duffield this is a programme for all cycling fanatics to savour.
Description: Socialism, the 20th century's best dream and source of some of its darkest nightmares. Divided into eighteen chapters which all start with quotes from left-wing thinkers and writers, Socialism embarks on a chronological adventure through 20th century movie and social history, starting with photos from Louis Lumière's Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory (1895), followed among others by Chaplin's comedy Work (1915), Roberto Rosselini's Rome, Launch Town (1945) and Pier Paolo Pasolini's The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964).
Description: In the early 1960s, the BBC interviewed 280 eye-witnesses of the First Globe Fight for the series, 'The Nice War'. This movie presents never before seen footage from these interviews.
Description: Umbrellas in the Sun takes its game from the 1981 video compilation of the same name released by chic Belgian label Les Disques du Crépuscule (TWI 099), and details chosen clips from that project, as well as footage from A Factory Video (Fact 56), A Factory Complication (FBN 7) and A Factory Outing (Fact 71). Plus previously unseen material - the definitive category document! Featuring cover art by Crépuscule design director Benoît Hennebert, the DVD includes 23 clips filmed between 1979 and 1987 and runs for over 2 hours. The audio soundtracks have been digitally remastered. The disc is Region 0 (multi-region), NTSC format.
Description: The 1980s were a high mission of factory involvement in Grand Prix motorcycle racing. Suzuki, Honda and Yamaha battled for technological dominance in the high-powered globe of 500cc two-stroke racers - and to ride these beasts they employed the very greatest riders in the world. The likes of Rainey, Schwantz, Lawson and Mamola struggled to tame the raw power and brutal handling of bicycles built without constraints and without any of the modern rider aids which create today's MotoGP four-stroke machines seem bland in comparison. The riders might have been paid handsomely for their efforts but, as this movie shows, they paid a massive price for their fame and stardom. With loads of nice action shots from the archives and revealing, frank interviews with many of the top riders this wonderful documentary looks at the boys who had to ride the unrideables.
Description: The Vintage Motor Cycle Club brought together an wonderful collection of classic bicycles and legendary riders for the 2011 Festival of 1000 Bicycles at Mallory Park. This DVD is packed with highlights from the festival, including plenty of on-track action and interviews with the stars. The festival saw the legendary Kenny Roberts back on track, alongside fellow Grand Prix greats Giacomo Agostini, Phil Read, Graeme Crosby, Steve Baker and many more. Watch the stars return to action on an array of wonderful machines, including classic Yamahas, MVs, Ducatis and Hondas, plus Barry Sheene s RG500 Suzuki ridden by son Freddie. It was a celebration of the glory days, and actually you can play the vital sights, and importantly sounds, of the ultimate festival.
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A historical curiosity, a short training movie by the USAAF about how to fly a lumbering B-24 despite war hurt and land it safely. It's a pleasant but stern pep talk for pilots. You won't see that B-24 take a flak shell in the root of its left wing and disintegrate here.Instead, you'll see a series of tips about maintaining control with different combinations of engines feathered, with flat tires, with half-demolished fuselages, and during water landings. (Slowest possible speed, no tail down, into the wind, or, in rough seas, parallel to the wave crests.) It's all so clearly written that I think I should do it myself, although some of the cant about engine setting was at a higher altitude than I was. Still, I'm satisfied not to have participated in a risky landing. The closest I ever got was in a form of B-24 named a Privateer, modified for air/sea rescue. I happened to glance out the window and noticed that the pilot had feathered one of the engines. I think I wondered why. Actually I know.
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