See 49 UP on youtube.
See 56 up 2012 dvdrip xvid wide cd on youtube.
See Up Series BBC on youtube.
See 42 up 1998 on youtube.
See 49 Up - Meet Neil on youtube.
See 49 up clip on youtube.
See POV - 49 Up . Trailer | PBS on youtube.
See 35 up 1991 on youtube.
See 21 Teams Pass on Aaron Rodgers on youtube.
See Biography 2005/ 49 Up on youtube.
Description: 3 ex-presidents of Brazil, 12 ex-ministers of State, 7 ex-governors of the Central Bank, bank owners and finance professionals say the Brazilian economic history and speculate about the show and the future of the country. 125 years ago Brazil was a terrible country with slavery. 60 years ago 50% of Brazilians were illiterate. 25 years ago inflation rate reached 84% a month and 35% of the population was extremely poor. In 2013, Brazil ranks the seventh world's biggest economy, inflation reached 5,4% a year, poverty was reduced to 12% and the country is looking forward to be wealthy. Will it happen? Agile cutting, easy language and smart graphic arts let the respond to this and another questions to be interesting and accessible to all audiences.
Description: The natural universe reveals God's power, majesty, wisdom, and constructive genius. The human conscience reveals God's justice and man's need for redemption. Finally, Jesus Christ is the ultimate revelation of God's love for us.
Description: The bizarre storyline of Elliot "White Lightning" Scott, who plans on becoming Canada's first action character with his low-budget karate epic, Blood Fight. This surreal documentary captures two years in the lives of a passionate amateur filmmaker, his supportive partner Linda Lum, and their cast and team of outrageous dreamers - all striving to achieve success.
Description: Sweet Remedy: The Globe Reacts to an Adulterated Meal Supply: While aspartame was the single focus in "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World", its sequel, "Sweet Remedy" demonstrates that a corrupt flagship regulatory agency has given birth to numerous toxins in our meal supply. A closer examination of the U.S. corporate power structure unveils a two-fold approach to manipulating the public.
Description: Through the second half of the 1960's the Beat movement and the first National Rock were the flagship of the youth, leaders as never before of a society in transformation. The formation of the first bands, the venues for concerts, the difficulties to sing rock in Spanish and interact with another artists make fresh methods to communicate previously unavailable. This documentary presents the storyline of these first pioneers of the Argentinean rock music.
Description: Thomas Pynchon is a greatest - selling American author, who, very much unlike the vast majority his peers, has eschewed the lime light with almost fanatical determination for the past four decades. This very well made film pieces together testimonies and evidence and investigates Pynchon's background and (speculative) motivations, not just for his persistent hiding, but especially for his writing. It left me with a lot of admiration for the person Thomas Pynchon, who is satisfied to have his ebooks read and receive on with his life, rather than cheapen himself on the media circuit. The sound track is aptly provided by "The Residents", an American underground band who for the past 30 years have only appeared masked on scene and whose members are unknown. Seems that Pynchon is in nice company.
Description: Cataclysmic destruction. Surprising survival. Radiolab turns its gaze to the subject of endings, both blazingly quick and agonizingly slow, in its live present Apocalyptical. With their signature blend of storytelling, science, and music, hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich romp through hundreds of millions of years of history to arrive at the end, again and again. Comedians Reggie Watts and Kurt Braunohler join the party, while musicians On Fillmore and Noveller make a cinematic live score before your eyes. Recorded live on scene in Seattle.
Description: The discoveries and frustrations on accessing a memory of a father and of a time in the Brazilian history that are rarely public. The young filmmaker plunges into this unknown past of her almost unknown father. He, a Brazilian intellectual, imprisoned and tortured during the military dictatorship, is silent about this since that time. A father and a fatherland that does not like to respond any questions, that loves but rarely talks.
Description: In the Kuikuro homeland of the Upper Xingu of central Brazil, the community is named upon to create preparations for the Jamurikumalu ritual: a traditional festival of singing and dancing that is performed only by women. However, complications arise when the elderly girl who knows all the songs is found to be seriously ill. With refreshing frankness and exuberance, this extraordinary documentary follows the Kuikuro folks in a race vs time to preserve the knowledge of their elders and the practice of their traditions before they are lost forever.
Description: Scott Mills travels to Uganda where the death penalty should later be introduced for being gay. The gay Radio 1 DJ finds out what it's like to live in a society which persecutes folks like him and meets those who are leading the hate campaign.
Description: “Naked Eye” is a film-documentary of long-length of the artistic and existential universe of the singer Ney Matogrosso, which proposes to recreate through archive’s photos in counterpoint with the actual production of the artist, thirty-five years of career marked for inventive and transgressing spectacles, everytime symphonize with its time. Through a coherent boarding with its intransigent trajectory, the movie intends to translate the language musical-corporal of Ney Matogrosso, trying audiovisuals resources that express signs evoked poetical politicians and in the repertoire of the singer. A film-song that that looks for to, ultimately, embody the voices of an artist who searches for a nation.
Description: Retrace Salvador Dalí’s obsession for science, which lasted his whole life. This can be seen in his paintings, which reflect each major discovery of the 20th Century. Even his signature is directly influenced by a scientific image.
Description: The DVD of a historical night.2 hours of the first techno concert in the French Classical melody temple : Pictures of rehearsal and backstage.Documentary : Laurent Garnier a year after the show.
Description: Tim Zom, alias Zombie. Skateboarding rebel without a cause from the south of Rotterdam. Raised in violence and crime, the reckless, long-haired skater tries to earn his method with tricks, flips and the accompanying music. Will his grim past receive in the way?
Description: Black Entire uncovers scientific proof that we are one. The work of physicist, Nassim Haramein, provides insight into the structure of space-time and a fresh coherent model of the universe. Using the sacred geometry and codes in ancient monuments and documents, the movie presents a fresh look at the reality of which we live.
Description: Documentary on Rockets Redglare (aka Michael Morra), a colourful figure on the Fresh York Town art stage up until his death in 2001. In his life, Redglare was the bodyguard/drug dealer to Sid Vicious and Jean Michel Basquiat, a stand-up comedian (he toured with Steve Buscemi), and an actor in over 30 films, including "Stranger Than Paradise", "Down by Law", and "Mystery Train". Redglare died from liver failure and hepatitis C, which was brought on by years of heroin abuse and plenty of another drugs. Written by Anonymous
Description: The Mona Lisa Curse is a Grierson award-winning polemic documentary by art critic Robert Hughes that examines how the world's most popular painting came to influence the art world. With his trademark style, Hughes explores how museums, the production of art and the method we experience it have radically changed in the last 50 years, saying the storyline of the rise of contemporary art and looking back over a life spent talking and writing about the art he loves, and loathes. In these postmodern days it has been told that there is no more passé a vocation than that of the professional art critic. Perceived as the gate keeper for opinions regarding art and culture, the art critic has supposedly been rendered obsolete by an ever expanding pluralism in the art world, where all practices and disciplines are purported to be equal and valid. Robert Hughes, however, is one art critic who has delivered a message that gotta not be ignored.
Description: Welcome to Levittown, Fresh York - America's first cookie-cutter community. From wife-swapping to bomb shelters, to flag burning, Wonderland takes a hilarious and unforgettable look at life in a city where thousands of identical-looking houses were assigned to their residents in alphabetical order.
Description: Focuses on the work of the Air Move Auxiliary or ATA. By 1941, literally hundreds of RAF warriors and bombers required to be flown every day between aircraft factories, maintenance depots and RAF aerodromes. This vital task was carried out by the boys and girls of the ATA, a civilian air force operating from their own pools and stations all over Britain. Essentially a dramatised acc of typical ATA deliveries, the movie details coverage of the ATA's own fleet of Ansons, as well as being notable for some perfect Spitfire movie and very rare footage of the Whitley bomber, including take off and in-cockpit sequences.
Description: On April 10, 2011, Allison W. Gryphon found a lump in her breast. On April 13th, she was diagnosed with scene IIIa breast cancer. Allison’s instant instinct was to pick up a camera and begin asking questions. Not only for herself, but for all of us. For many, cancer is a cell under a microscope. For others, it is a symbolic ribbon, a local fundraiser or a jar calling for support in the checkout line at the grocery store. Cancer is something various to every individual going through it. It’s all relevant. It’s all important. Cancer is about science, study and the practice of medicine, and most importantly, cancer is about people. What the [email protected]#- is Cancer and Why Does Everybody Have it? is about understanding and celebrating those people. It’s about really hearing their voices and being invited to share those experiences in a method that will let the viewer to walk away with inspiration, questions, knowledge and hopefully a desire to understand more and create things happen.
Description: On July 14, 1789, a mob of mad Parisians stormed the Bastille and seized the King's military stores. A decade of idealism, war, murder, and carnage followed, bringing about the end of feudalism and the rise of equality and a fresh globe order. The French Revolution is a definitive feature-length documentary that encapsulates this heady (and often headless) period in Western civilization. With dramatic reenactments, illustrations, and paintings from the era, plus revealing accounts from journals and expert commentary from historians, The French Revolution vividly unfurls in a maelstrom of violence, discontent, and fundamental change. Lord Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Maximilien Robespierre, and Napoleon Bonaparte lead a cast of thousands in this essential tool from THE HISTORY CHANNEL®. Narrated by Edward Herrmann (The Aviator, Gilmore Girls), The French Revolution explores the legacy that--now more than ever--stands as both a warning and a guidepost to a fresh millennium
Description: Alanis Obomsawin’s documentary The Folks of the Kattawapiskak River exposes the housing crisis faced by 1,700 Cree in Northern Ontario, a case that led Attawapiskat’s band chief, Theresa Spence, to ask the Canadian Red Cross for help. With the Idle No More movement making front page headlines, this movie provides background and context for one aspect of the growing crisis.
Description: The untold storyline of one of the oldest melody cultures in Europe. The storyline also sheds light on the dark streak of oppression and denunciation of yoik, contrasting it with the joy, humor and affection about nature, animals and persons expressed through the yoik. This movie aims to present how Sámi folks found their own musical path.
Description: Short feelgood documentary filmed in Northern Norway. The movie portraits few folks with a powerful connection to nature, old Sami traditions and the tiny community they live in.
Description: Two fragments of 8mm home-movie footage shot by the artist near Berlin weave together in repeating cycles of action, temporal manipulation, and colour distortion, heightening the viewer’s awareness of film-time and the film-image, and perception of colour in motion. - OtherFilm
Description: Fate brings a young girl to idyllic Karelia in Russia, near the Russian-Finnish border. She meets an old woman, Santra, who represents the only remaining url to the Karelian culture of her ancestors. This movie is about the difficulty and beauty of finding a home.
Movies Like Lampenfieber 1960
Movies Like Ai Otsuka Love is Born 7th Anniversary 2011
Movies Like ¿Cómo, por qué y para qué se asesina un general? 1971
Movies Like Die Brücke von Zupanja 1975
Movies Like Café Oriental 1962
Movies Like Daredevils of the West 1943
Movies Like Abril de Viet Nam en el año del gato 1975
Movies Like Ciclón 1963
Movies Like NANA MIZUKI LIVE GRACE 2011 ―ORCHESTRA― 2011
Movies Like Kakurenbo 2013
Movies Like André Rieu - Magic Of The Musicals 2014
Movies Like Phantom Halo 2014
Movies Like The Good Life 2013
Movies Like The Gallows 2015
It is not quite a 50th Birthday invitation, but as most of the original cast of the landmark documentary 7 Up, approach the large 5-0, we are invited back into their lives to celebrate their most newest trials and tribulations in Michael Apted's 49 Up. It was the Up series that launched Apted's career, and he actually has some thirty games under his belt, including James Bond: The Globe Is Not Enough and Gorilla's in the Midst.The Up series began in 1964 as a sociological experiment. Apted, armed with a video camera, set out see if life was pre ordained for kids by the class they were born into. To use this concept, 14 kids of the same age, but born into varying social strata's were filmed interacting together at a zoo. The Up series is credited with paving the method for another historically necessary screen documentaries. It is remarkable in itself that Apted has managed to hold track of the original, and willing Up participants. As her revisits them each 7 years, the footage from these lengthy interviews is what makes up the series. By 49 Up, the 'class outcomes' are place to bed.Apted could be credited for moving beyond the class wars, and selecting to focus on adventure and private growth of his participants as the best tag of achievement. This was summed up beautifully by a UK film buff: "in a true sense, all are successful, when we define success as finding fulfillment in where you are and in what you do." The best success storyline and Apted's own private favorite is the storyline of Neil. After learning of Neil's stints of homelessness, and war with mental illness, fellow Up participant Bruce, threw him a life line 7 years ago by offering Neil a zone to stay and then went about supporting him receive on his feet. Now, Neil lives independently with a fixed address and is running for city mayor.Most participants have something inspiring and surprising in their stories. Even John Brisby, who details in 49 Up as a prominent lawyer, has lived his life very much like her predicted when he was a child. When we meet John at age 7, he was apparently reading the Financial Times, was most concerned about schools becoming free, fearing they would become 'terribly crowded.' He had aspirations of attending Cambridge and becoming a lawyer. So in 49 Up it was a touch ironic that he had committed a huge portion of his life to building gratis schools in Bulgaria and working to improve the medical system. His reasoning to appear in 49 Up was to 'raise awareness on a greater platform'.The tearful admission of tough but lovable Lyn Johnson about her loosing war to stabilize funding for her work she does with disabled kids will touch all, and hopefully mobilize the relevant agencies to do something about it. What is also surprising is how media savvy both Lyn and John have become to test the series to further their own causes. On a lighter note, tiny Tony, the knockabout child from the east end who wanted to be a jockey, is actually Tony the owner driver of a cab, grandfather and , has a villa in Spain as well as his home in London. He has done some acting work thanks to the Up series, and his honest and welcoming acc of his last 7 years is a highlight. However, my favourite is still Bruce, for no prolific reason. You'll have a favorite by the end too. 49 Up intended to be a fly on the wall documentary, but you can't support to wonder if their lives are a product of the experiences presented to them, because of the Up documentaries. It is a phenomenal series, and its format has been copied in another countries and it is used as an education aid in VCE psychology classes, yet, after 42 years, they participants are still bewildered by our interest in their 'ordinary' lives. John offers us his insight about our fascination: " It's like watching Large brother except the viewer gets the added premium of watching us all grow old and receive fat."For all the differences in their back grounds, the participants are seem to have a related trait- optimism and resilience, and it is satisfying to watch. Yes the once wide eyed 7 year old are actually plumper, greyer, and more precocious then ever, yet there is a tiny bit of all of them in us, and that is why we will eagerly await 56 Up in 2013.
I have recently watched all of the Up series, finishing with 49 Up this evening. While I have enjoyed the series and been fascinated by the folks involved, I did accept with John somewhat that it's a bit like Large Brother or some another reality series. Upon talking it over with my husband, however, I search that I have misjudged it. The series does have a lasting value that is not show in entertainment based reality TV shows. What does the series teach us? Tolerance and acceptance of our own fallible judgments. We see these folks at 7 and we decide what they will be doing at 21 or 35. Inevitably we're wrong on some necessary level. What this shows us is that we can never truly know someone, especially someone we don't have an intimate family relationship with, because we never receive more than a glimpse into their inner life. At 7 I didn't like Tony. At 21 I didn't like Suzie. The only person I have admired from the beginning is Bruce. Now, at 49, I search them all interesting, individual folks and I have a nice deal of respect for every of them. They have made their lives something to be proud of. They bring value into the lives of their families and communities, but also to those of us who only see a small portion of their lives each 7 years. This isn't reality TV. This is reality- this is life being lived by true people. I hope they will continue to do the program, despite the intrusion. I hope they will understand that they do bring something more into our lives than a couple hours entertainment.
In 1964, English filmmakers including director Michael Apted assembled a group of fourteen British kids from different economic and social backgrounds, all age 7, and made a documentary about them named 7 Up. Each seven years afterward, Apted revisited the same kids and made other documentary about them, chronicling their lives at the ages of 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42 and actually 49. The first installment that I watched, 28 Up, made me fall in love with these films. Much has been told about the series depicting the rigidity of the English class system, but as decades go by, the human element, the nature and personalities of the individuals being profiled, seems to be almost as necessary in affecting how their lives turned out. After seeing 28 Up and 35 Up, I remember feeling very terrible for one child who grew up coping with mental health issues and eventually wound up homeless, and thought leaving the theater that he wouldn't be alive for 42 Up. But by then he had moved to London and involved himself in local politics, a rewarding turn of happenings for him, and for the audience as well. The children from the upper crust backgrounds have predictably had more affluent lives, and turned out to be the least forthcoming and most guarded on camera as adults, and less simple to warm up to. Some children had deep seated feelings of shyness and insecurity that stayed with them as adults, and very publicly evaluating their failures and achievements each few years has been very hard and uncomfortable for them. But even though some seem to resent the filmmakers' intrusion in their lives, they generally seem to understand the larger value of the series and twelve of the original fourteen children continue to participate, even though they have misgivings or regrets about it. It's interesting to watch marriages and relationships suddenly start and end, and usually folks quickly remarry or search other relationship, often to someone more compatible and attractive. I identified most with the kids who grew up to be teachers and academics, highly likable, clever folks who realize that they aren't the most socially or economically successful but in many methods seem to be the most satisfied and fulfilled ones of the bunch. Despite their ambivalence, the participants deserve a large round of applause for letting us grow up and old along with them.
New York, NY 10013
Similar Film Search Engine
+44 20 7336 8898
Mon - Sun 09:30 am - 05:30 pm