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Description: Shortly before GDR’s collapse, Helke Misselwitz traveled by train from one end of the country to the another interviewing East German girls of various age and background. In this documentary masterpiece, girls reveal their private and professional frustrations, hopes and aspirations—and, in doing so, paint a portrait of a changing society. The landscape and architecture of East Germany, filmed in B&W on 35mm by Thomas Plenert, form the background to the stories.
Description: The film, "No Need for Parking - An African Rock Adventure", says the storyline of Mike Blyth, Marianne Schwankhart and James Pitman's epic 2006 flying and rock climbing trip around Southern Africa. This charming, anarchic movie is simultaneously tension-filled, pretty and inspirational. No-one can fail to be moved by the trials which the three adventurers face while negotiating the subcontinent's grandest and most dramatic scenery. The concept giving rise to the movie is to draw on Mike's legendary flying skills to move Marianne and James to three of Southern Africa's wildest and most remote rock walls, which they will then climb, while documenting the proceedings on camera. Events, however, seldom turn out exactly as expected. The resulting film, full of the warmth of Africa, is an object lesson in intrepid friendship and contemporary free-spiritedness, set to a kwela soundtrack.
Description: Documentary on 'the boy with 40 faces a minute': Louis de Funès, as remembered by his collaborators, his family and the many comedians inspired by his desire 'to create adults laugh as much as children.'
Description: An insightful documentary about Thai cinema, which details a colorful and long running movie history, yet struggles as the industry attempts to transport forward. This movie examines the past and focuses on the Thai Fresh Wave since 1997 by combining movie clips, and interviews from Thai directors and others artists, like Asian hip-hop sensation Thaitanium, who are trying to make a more private style of art.
Description: Gil Scott-Heron, one of rap's earliest (and unfortunately unknown) pioneers, gets his full due in Black Wax, the 1982 documentary recently reissued on video. Interspliced between performance footage of Scott-Heron and his Midnight Band are vignettes of him walking around Washington D.C., spouting his views on then-President Reagan (dubbed "Ray-Gun") and generally dropping knowledge. The live performance details many of Scott-Heron's best-known hits, including "Johannesburg," "Winter in America," and "Angel Dust," among others. Warm, intelligent, and insightful throughout, Scott-Heron is clearly enjoying himself and the occasion to espouse his views. A gotta for any fanatic of Scott-Heron's, and definitely worth a look for fanatics of the funkier jazz melody of the mid to late 1970's.
Description: Taylor Steele is by far the greatest director in the surf movie genre. He revolutionized the field. This is a classic Taylor Steele video and is a gotta have for all fanatics of his work.
Description: The Freemasons claim to be a civic-minded fraternity bound together by harmless rituals, yet throughout their long history, they have been accused of plotting to take over the world, as well as being devil worshipers who stole Lord Solomon's treasure. This dramatic reenactment, interspersed with expert interviews, says the Freemasons' central myth concerning Hiram Abiff, the mythical builder of Jerusalem's Temple of Solomon. Details historians Stephen Bullock Dan Burstein, Brent Morris Akram Elias, and creator David Shugarts. But will a rational view reveal the Freemasons as an necessary and honorable thread in the fabric of America?
Description: A documentary that weaves together private journeys, historical facts and expert analysis to present the globe through the eyes of those touched by the trouble of "colourism".
Description: This French-Canadian co-production goes behind the scenes of the large tobacco industry, whose economic power has been expanding for five decades at the expense of public health. A gripping investigation covering three continents, Nadia Collot's movie exposes the vast conspiracy of a criminally negligent industry that conquers fresh stores through corruption and manipulation. To confront the tobacco cartel, anti-smoking groups are organizing and scoring points, but the war remains fierce. With ist diverse viewpoints, shocking interviews and riveting images, The Tobacco Conspiracy deftly defines the problems in a complex case where personal interests and the public nice collide. Enlightening and engrossing, this documentary is a hard-hitting critique of an industry gone mad.
Description: Outsourcing Greenville is the storyline of what happened when the world's biggest refrigerator plant outsourced to Mexico leaving 1/4th of Greenville, Michigan residents unemployed. The factory had been a fixture of the Greenville community for over 100 years until Electrolux uprooted the plant in March of 2006 to transport production to Mexico where they should pay workers wages as weak as $1.57/hour. This storyline is said through the voices of employees and the president of their union as they attempt to face the future in a season of difficulty and change.
Description: Yasuni is a documentary movie that explores what is at the heart of Ecuador's Yasuni-ITT Initiative, which aims to protect Yasuni National Park from oil exploitation. The project began with a 2-minute video shot in Fresh York City's Madison Square Park to bring the trouble to those who have the power to bring change. This documentary was born from a need to deliever all indigenous communities that call Yasuni their home a legitimate voice by bringing worldwide awareness to this United Nations based initiative. For a message that has its roots in social media, it gives fanatics original content to share. And as documentary within the movie industry and festival circuit definitely provides the occasion to directly reach high profile viewers. Directed by Nicolas Entel.
Description: Meet Jack English, a 93-year-old legend who lives in a cabin isolated deep in the Ventana Wilderness. While on a hunting trip he learned that an old homestead in the Ventana Wilderness was being place up for auction by the estate of a childless heiress. He place a bid on the property and won. On the land he built a tiny cabin using materials from the land and milling trees by hand. When his wife passed away, Jack effectively left "society" and moved to the cabin full time.
Description: Adrift is a love letter to the fog of the San Francisco Bay Area. The movie maker chased it for over two years to capture the magical interaction between the soft mist, the ridges of the California coast and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. The movie showcases a special method of looking at the movement of fog, which is usually hidden in time. Simon Christen lifts us above that thick cold blanket to reveal a pretty ocean that crests, flows and ebbs. Only the highest points of the town and it's bridges can peek through, becoming adrift, while the rest is caressed by this natural beauty.
Description: Year after year, Portuguese students, from North and South alike, topics themselves to initiation rites when they begin university. Hazings, organized by older students, contain few challenges and ceremonies, which take zone throughout the entire of the first year, day and night, and sometimes interfere with classes. Based upon ancient traditions and following a rigid hierarchy, hazings have thrived once again in the last decade. Despite protests, they gather more and more supporters, thrilled with its explicit sexual language, power minigames and lvls of humiliation.
Description: A cinematic adventure with singer Freddie Wadling, which in this bare but soulful portrait shows how he constantly breaking boundaries, there is everytime something fresh to discover. If the melody as a method to survive.
Description: 'Sometimes folks ask me how I can still be alive. It is a miracle', Anna Politskovkaya tells to filmmaker Eric Bergkraut. For Letter to Anna he has used photos from a movie he had planned to make; a movie about the human rights journalist who place her life on the line through her critical writings of the Russian government. The material that Bergkraut collected has been used in this movie to reconstruct the happenings which led to the murder of Politskovkaya. As well as a reconstruction, the movie is a portrait of a tireless warrior for justice, and a sketch of corrupt and merciless Russian politics. Interviews with Politskovkaya are intertwined with archival footage and conversations with family members, colleagues and another political activists.
Description: Bananas, eggs, and tuna: three primary foodstuffs with three wildly various points of origin. Moullet starts with these on his plate but constructs his movie by working backwards and finding the sources for these stuff and how they reach our plates. As Moullet’s investigation deepens, however, the movie moves beyond the confines of a easy exploration of meal origins into more political and social realms, not only relating to meal but also to the medium of film.
Description: Dragon images, legends and lore exist all over the globe in many various cultures. But what if dragons were now dinosaurs? CREATION OR EVOLUTION? Dragon images, legends and lore exist all over the globe in many various cultures. But what if dragons were now dinosaurs? Dinosaurs are often used to discredit the Bible, so what if their existence now supports prove its veracity? DRAGONS OR DINOSAURS? answers these and another questions that surround this controversial theory.
Description: An intimate look at the history of Brazilian drivers from the '70s to the '90s, an era in which Brazil dominated Formula 1 racing, from the colourful mission of view of its protagonists, especially Fittipaldi, Piquet and Senna, but without forgetting the drivers who failed to reach the profession's pinnacle, and the many behind-the-scenes helpers.
Description: Debut documentary featuring a series of portraits of girls in hip-hop. Tell My Name offers a special and inspiring view into the though globe of hip-hop in which the portrayed girls create music, find for their own voice and survive. With Erykah Badu, Estelle, Monie Love, MC Lyte, Jean Grae and many many more.
Description: For a generation of young activists, the reality of war, imperialism, racism and the growing fragility of democratic liberalism was too much to handle. Force became a means to wrestle with this tension. As the discourse of a “country torn” finds its method into mainstream political analyses (for many the deep divisions in this country are not a fresh political reality), we could reflect on the writings of political dissidents and radicals. We could recognize the diversity of political analysis that is very much alive. The histories of armed struggle, if taken seriously, deliever us with a means to think more critically about the center, and complicate its claims of moral and political right.
Description: Whenever Erik van Loo – the show chef and owner of restaurant Parkheuvel in Rotterdam – thinks about potatoes, he everytime remembers his father's potato-crème-soup, a butcher from the province of Limburg. Erik still makes the same soup, if only a tiny more refined, to serve the patrons at Parkheuvel. Cees Helder, the first Dutch chef to be awarded a third Michelin star, was his predecessor. Helder handed over the restaurant at its peak and remembers the last piece of veal he prepared there with nice melancholy. The third key figure in this documentary about cooking as a form of art, taste en deep felt emotions is master taster Paul van Craenenbroeck, whose judgement was crucial in getting a Michelin star. Flavour and taste can never be transferred on film, but the appealing photography, rich in close-ups, tries to create the experience as tangible as possible. What begins with the birth of a lamb or grows on the oyster beds, ends up sparkling on a plate like a modern work of art.
Description: Fresh light is shed on Chopin himself, not least in the interpretation of the melody brought to life miraculously by the pretty young Russian pianist, Valentina Igoshina. She explains what the melody means to her and plays much of the melody contained in the movie in a specially recorded recital.
Description: This movie discusses the result on how major American movies in Hollywood were influenced by the Eastern European Jewish culture that most of the major film moguls who controlled the studios shared. Through clips of different films, the filmmakers illustrate the dominant themes like that of the outsider, the outspoken American patriotism, and rooting for the underdog in society.
Description: Being human is a fragile and fleeting occasion to experience life and the universe around us. In the face of overwhelming darkness all we can do is to rely on and search solace in one another. The movie is based on authentic emergency calls and radio traffic.
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