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Description: John Mayer: Someday I'll Fly chronicles the musical evolution of one of the most influential solo artists of his generation. Featuring rare demos, interviews and live performances; it is said in it's entirety from Mayer's perspective. Centered mostly on his career and professional accomplishments, Someday I'll Fly strips away the typical gossip surrounding Mayer to deliever an intimate look at the life and career of a lauded musician. Produced and edited by Eastwood Allen
Description: German documentary for TV about the "Cinema Novo" movement (Brazilian Fresh Wave). Director Joaquim Pedro de Andrade focuses on six Cinema Novo filmmakers working in Rio in 1967.
Description: Behind Audrey Hepburn's dazzling image, Darcey Bussell unravels an epic tale of betrayal, courage, heartache and broken dreams. For as long as she can remember Darcey has been fascinated by Audrey Hepburn: style icon, star of Breakfast at Tiffany's, an Oscar champion at 24. Now, Darcey follows in Audrey's footsteps through Holland, London, Rome, Switzerland and Hollywood to search out more. She discovers Audrey started out as a dancer, risked her life in the fight and, although adored the globe over, was everytime looking for love.
Description: Eugeniusz Rudnik revolutionized the concept of melody itself with a pair of scissors and a magnetic tape. As part of the legendary Experimental Studio of Polish Radio, he revealed hidden value in rough and rejected sounds long before the rise of the DJs. In an era of electronic melody created in a workshop resembling a scientific lab, he composed melody to reach and to portray another human beings. “15 Corners of the World” is an attempt to hear the vision of his music.
Description: Two Aboriginal families live like their ancestors have for centuries in this anthropological documentary. The gathering of meal is the main focus as girls harvest grass seeds to create a primitive flour for bread. Grubs, lizards, and fruit are also on the menu, with the only contact with the modern globe being their trek to a government compound for much-needed drinking water.
Description: To commemorate the life and time of Australia's twenty-first prime minister, Gough Whitlam, SBS will pay tribute by airing his final ever TV interview. In this documentary, at 86 years of age, Gough shares his revelatory views on 50 years of public life in an in-depth conversation with John Faulkner. Looks at Whitlam's early parliamentary life and his role in the 1960s and the 1970s as Labor's Deputy Leader and then Leader, taking the ALP to power after a record 23 years of Liberal government.
Description: A 1979 documentary on Java and Bali, written and directed by Phillip Noyce. The end credits tell this movie was produced for QANTAS Airways, which suggests it was used as some sort of promotional piece for travel to these particular locations.
Description: 35 Cows and a Kalashnikov is a joyously made triptych about warrior-farmers, colourful dandies and voodoo wrestlers in Ethiopia, Brazzaville and Kinshasa. It paints a loving and careful portrait of African pride and beauty.
Description: In order to meet future care demands for elderly who are lonely and suffering from dementia, carebot Alice has been developed. Can a robot build a human relationship with someone and thus replace a person of flesh and blood? The three women, all getting on in years, who are visited by her in Alice Cares now become cute fond of the robot girl. Carebot Alice leaves the laboratory to visit Mrs. Remkes, Mrs. Schellekens-Blanke and Mrs. van Wittmarschen, every in their own house. The three girls are getting on in age and are therefore exceptionally suited for the services of Alice, who has been developed by SELEMCA. This is a research group which tries to discover, with the support of community nurses and family, how 'sociobot' Alice could talk and react to stem the results of loneliness on older women. The outcome of the experiment is surprising for all involved.
Description: Turkey in the 1960s and 1970s was one of the largest producers of movie in the world. In order to hold up with the demand, screenwriters and directors were copying scripts and remaking films from all over the world. This documentary visits the fastest working directors, the most practical cameramen and the most hardheaded actors to have a closer look into the country's tumultuous history of film making.
Description: Go on an journey in Grand Canyon Serenade. Using high-definition cameras mounted on a plane's nose and on a helicopter, aerial videographers capture rare views of the Grand Canyon. Play the views as you listen to a pretty classical melody soundtrack!
Description: Fifty Shades Uncovered is a brand fresh detail documentary filmed in London and Fresh York which explores the twilight territory of submissive romance and the power of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie and books. Featuring the recent interviews from authors, stars and fans, take an in-depth look into why this trilogy has become such a runaway success, whether classified as erotic fiction, adult romance or mommy porn, it lifts the lid on a cultural and sexual phenomenon that won’t be restrained as it reaches globe domination!
Description: The HD Moods Aquarium details three various salt water scenes that showcase the stunning and pretty tons of life on a tropical reef. Relax and play a non-invasive form of entertainment that is excellent for winding down or just showing off the superior photo that a Blu-ray user coupled to a hi-def flat screen TV can produce. HD Moods Aquarium will deliever aquarium scenes so lifelike and captivating, you'll think the fish are now swimming in your tv set.
Description: Follow the real-life rags-to-riches storyline of acclaimed Mexican performer Rigo Tovar, a musical pioneer whose innovative combination of traditional cumbia rhythms, electric instruments and rock melodies propelled him from poverty to stardom. This documentary shows Tovar, who died in 2005, during the height of his popularity, and details interviews with family members and plenty of live concert footage.
Description: Duck archery is not the same as duck hunting. This is a Pordenone moment I will never forget – in actuality short Distraction et Sport à Batavia (1909), the residents of what is actually call Jakarta create the most of their leisure time by pursuing a tons of mostly healthy exploits. But really, I can see no justification, nor explanation for why a round of archery needs to be enlivened by affixing live poultry to the target. As my nice boy Peter tweeted at the time: “One right in the neck, yeesh.” Sensitive viewers could be aware that animal cruelty abounds in silent cinema – the most notable, and egregious, example is Edison’s notorious Electrocuting an Elephant. The most poignant fictional example is perhaps the terrible horse in Eisenstein’s October. (from http://silentlondon.co.uk/2015/01/23/10-disgusting-moments-in-silent-cinema/)
Description: Before Linda Lovelace's untimely death in 2002, the sex superstar sat for a no-holds barred interview with pop-culture historian Legs McNeil for his book, The Another Hollywood: The Uncensored Oral History of the Porn Movie Industry. Fortunately McNeil hired a movie team to record the historic happening as Linda recounted the making of ""Deep Throat,"" the most successful X-rated movie in history, how she introduced oral sex to America, her turbulent relationship with manager/husband Chuck Traynor, her role (and exploitation by) the anti-porn movement that she helped open with her bestselling book, Ordeal, in 1980, and her subsequent return to pornography in 2001. With extra comments by Marilyn Chambers, FBI Agent Bill Kelly, Chuck Traynor.
Description: Explores the roots of one of Cuba's most famous dance and musical forms: rumba. This enthralling exploration details fascinating interviews, energetic Afro-Cuban jams and more than a several entertaining insights. Spotlighted artists contain Chico O'Farrill, Jose Fajardo, Juan Pablo Torres, Alfredo Valdes Jr., Candido Camero, Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez, Armando Lopez, Art Farmer and many more.
Description: Charles Kuralt takes an revealing look at the life and career of African-American historian John Hope Franklin in this profile of the Harvard-educated writer whose ebook From Slavery to Freedom spotlighted the role of blacks in building America. Though facing wonderful obstacles, Franklin scaled the stone wall of racism to become a scholar and activist, supporting Thurgood Marshall, Dr. Martin Luther Lord and others change a nation.
Description: This PBS POV documentary gives a shocking look at how the Immigration and Naturalization Service decides who will be granted asylum in the United States. The applicant gotta have a "well-founded fear" of persecution in his or her home country. Despite real and terrifying stories of torture and mistreatment, it's often up to how well the translator presents the situation and how sensitive are the ears of the asylum officer to decide a person's fate.
Description: Vera and Gabriel, an elderly couple, navigate through past and present, saying their own life story. Their remembering, rendered in photos from family archives that confound themselves with photos of the present, suggests a private diary on love and death.
Description: Movie showing how Sjarel Ex ‘directs’ the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum. A director gotta have many faces, as you have to deal with wondrous artists, ancient collectors, business people, fellow directors, staff and many others. Multi-talent Ex seems to have no trouble with this at all.
Description: Sergey Astahov is a gay boy converted by Church and state propaganda into an orthodox pro-Putin activist. Composed of terrifying photos from Astahov's blog, this documentary by contemporary artist Oleg Mavromatti is the most radical insight into today's Russia and its ideological clashes.
Description: This documentary explores a vivid and unmatched perspective to the existence of coffee in our everyday lives. Expanding production to United States, Italy, India, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, the movie takes coffee enthusiasts on a trip that will transcend their knowledge of the beverage and receive them close to a human reality they haven't experienced before.
Description: This year marks the 38th anniversary of the seminal melody documentary, HEARTWORN HIGHWAYS, a movie that explored and captured the nascent roots of the Outlaw Country movement in the mid-70s. HEARTWORN HIGHWAYS REVISITED celebrates the authenticity and express the feelings of the legendary original, via a community of contemporary "outlaws" living and creating melody in Nashville, Tennessee.
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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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