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Description: In his Fresh York Town landscape, Cohen finds inspiration in disturbance. Looking to life for rhythm and to architecture for state of mind, he locates easy mysteries. Just Keep Still is comprised of an interconnected series of short works and collaborations that discover the gray zone between documentary, narrative, and experimental genres.
Description: "[Hutton’s] recent urban film, Fresh York Portrait, Chapter III, takes on a special tone in relation to Hutton’s ongoing exploration of rural landscape. The very fact that Hutton is dealing with older footage, with archives of memory more than immediacy, gives it a various texture than his earlier Fresh York films. Hutton everytime found the presence of nature in the city, not only in his many shots of sky and vegetation, but also in the geometry and texture of the town itself, which seemed to project an independence from the human." (Tom Gunning)
Description: Filmmaker Walter Grotenhuis remembers how he used to look forward to Sundays when he was a boy. That was the day that his family would eat meat for lunch. But few decades later, this is no longer the unique opportunity it was back then. On the contrary: thanks to globalization, we can eat whatever we wish whenever we want, regardless of the season, and for the lowest prices imaginable. But what are the consequences? While a single delightful food is prepared in a Dutch kitchen over the course of the film, Grotenhuis traces its ingredients, showing the results of the production of the meal on its environment. Following in the footsteps of movies like Meal Inc., We Feed the World, and Our Everyday Bread, Play Your Food questions the modern-day meal industry without condemning it outright.
Description: Shipbreakers immerses us into a trade brutally tedious yet widely unknown. At an industrial port in India, laborers of various regions, dialects and religions come together to work and dwell amongst chaotic conditions—all in the name of making a living. Dynamic teamwork plays a crucial role in the success of any day at the shipbreaking yard. Amongst extreme heat, toxic waste, pollution, loud noise, terrible sanitation and a constant threat of falling metal, underpaid laborers still maintain a special air of optimism.
Description: For more than three decades, transnational corporations have been busy purchasing up what used to be known as the commons -- everything from our forests and our oceans to our broadcast airwaves and our most necessary intellectual and cultural works. In This Land is Our Land, acclaimed creator David Bollier, a leading figure in the global movement to reclaim the commons, bucks the rising tide of anti-government extremism and gratis store ideology to present how commercial interests are undermining our collective interests. Placing the commons squarely within the American tradition of community engagement and the gratis exchange of concepts and information, Bollier shows how a bold fresh international movement steeped in democratic principles is trying to reclaim our common wealth by modeling practical alternatives to the restrictive monopoly powers of corporate elites.
Description: For decades, performance artist and writer Kate Bornstein has been exploding binaries and deconstructing gender. And, her own identity. Trans-dyke. Reluctant polyamorist. Sadomasochist. Recovering Scientologist. Pioneering Gender Outlaw. Kate Bornstein Is a Queer and Pleasant Danger, joins her on her recent tour capturing rollicking public performances and painful private revelations as it bears witness to Kate as a trailblazing artist theorist activist who inhabits a zone between male and female with wit, style, and astonishing candor. By turns meditative and playful, the movie invites us on a thought provoking adventure through Kate's globe to seek answers to some of life's largest questions.
Description: Maria Iliou documents the ethnic cleansing and violent expulsion of Greeks from the Ottoman Empire. In the first compulsory "exchange of populations" in the modern world, 1.2 million Greek Orthodox and 400,000 Muslims were forcibly relocated from Turkey to Greece and Greece to Turkey respectively.
Description: Located deep in the forested hills of the Siang valley of Arunachal Pradesh, at the north-eastern extremity of India, Damro village gathers to build a 1000 foot long suspension bridge, the elegant structures of cane and bamboo, that are the distinctive tag of the Adi tribe. Their only software is the dao, a blade length of tempered steel, the size of a machete.
Description: A Monkey’s Raincoat is a private documentary about young artists working at the ‘Rijksakademie’; an institute which offers residency to sixty talented artists from all over the world.
Description: A movie about folk dances of India that deals with their broad classification with an assumption that these folk dances are governed by the moods and ways of their own with endless capacity to assimilate, improvise and vibrate with vitality.
Description: Four years after Pour la suite du monde (1963), director Pierre Perrault asks Alexis Tremblay if he'll accept to travel with his wife Marie to the country of their ancestors, France. In a montage parallel, we follow them in France and listen to them talking to their mates about it.
Description: These days it seems that nothing is as polarizing and controversial as religious belief. Everywhere one goes it seems that folks are asking the question: Do we even need religion? Is it limiting our understanding? What type of globe is being produced by these faith systems? Regardless of your answers to these questions, it is difficult to deny that worship still plays an necessary role in many people's lives and many folks simply do not understand where others are coming from. Believers is a special exploration of those questions similar to faith by focusing the lens on five of the world's belief systems, Agnosticism, and the fresh Atheism. The movie follows Sacha Sewhdat's private adventure towards understanding as he searches for the value of religion in modern society. With honesty and objectivity Sacha explores what it means to trust in a higher power or what it would mean to allow those beliefs go. It will both inform and challenge what you know about religion in the 21st Century.
Description: "If Isaki Lacuesta wants to test some of my footage, that's ok by me, at the end of the day, I have spent my life copying others" (Chris Marker). An act of cinematic love for the director of La Jetée. "To shoot under the pseudonym Chris Marker, you need to fulfill a several requirements, some very strange. The Markers are a secret sect who meet up only once a year... And cameras are forbidden at the meeting".
Description: Karel Vachek’s graduate movie offers us a documentary essay which is both a light-hearted and aggressive tiny piece and also a parody of investigative movie journalism. The Strážnice folk festival, backed by the cultural Party apparatus of the time, for years had tiny to commend itself to authentic folklore. In the movie the happening assumes the form of a bizarre scene spectacle with almost surrealistic elements that Vachek reinforces with unconventional approaches (commentary appearing as games on screen, singing, declamations into the camera, detail etudes, the fusion of news coverage and fiction). The effect is a stirring movie collage depicting different characters, from crowd-pleasers, Easter egg decorators, kitsch artists and peddlers, to museologists and local residents, all of whom come up vs the eccentric "identical” twin reporters Karel and Jan Saudek and a bored actress who appears as an extra. Using their unique blend of irony and wit, they show us with the sad truth.
Description: Looking for paradise lost, the "Last Temptation in Thailand" is a mesmerizing odyssey through ancient temples, idyllic islands & enticing dark-eyed ladies of eve in a very sexy, off the beaten track street movie.
Description: An ascetic walks through the narrow roads of a village each morning while his family is still asleep. In his semi-somnolent state he dreams about the history of the village mixing up myths, folklore and facts.
Description: Amit Dutta recorded few conversations with Prof. B.N. Goswamy, an necessary art historian of India, covering his whole body of work. Interspersed with his talks were also some silences. This movie draws upon some of those moments of silence and weaves them into a web of concepts and photos that fill the art-historian’s mindscape.
Description: Rangbhoomi follows Kamal Swaroop as he attempts to trace the contours of Dada Saheb Phalke's life in Varansasi after he withdrew, disillusioned, from the globe of cinema and decided to take up theater. While in Varanasi, Phalke wrote a semi-autobiographical enjoy titled "Rangbhoomi" which forms the core of this cinematic exploration.
Description: A Visit to Ogawa Productions offers a rare insight into the social and cinematic philosophy of one of Japan's best-known documentary movie collectives. As the movie reveals, Ogawa Productions' in-depth portraits of Japanese society - whether of protest movements or traditional agricultural life - grew out of an unusual commitment to integrate themselves with the communities they filmed, to the extent that their film-making literally became an alternative lifestyle.
Description: Jakub, by the Czech filmmaker Jana Sevciková, presents an extensive ethnographical-sociological study of the life of the Ruthenians, filmed in the Maramuresh mountains in the north of Romania and in the former Sudetenland in Western Bohemia. The movie was made over a period of five years during the time of both totalitarian regimes and was finished in 1992 after the revolution.
Description: Plotless and wordless, beautifully edited shots of young (often naked or semi-naked) folks in different positions, illustrating various emotions, actions and situations, underlined by rock music.
Description: Like the majority of young Kenyans, Juma dreams of a better life abroad. His girlfriend has left to work in Qatar, allowing the young boy to totally thrust himself into his work as a “companion” to elderly European girls who spend their vacations at local resort hotels. Danish filmmaker Emil Langballe records in feature what appears to be a budding love affair between Juma and a middle-aged British woman. The documentary turns out to be a real-life ver of Ulrich Seidl’s detail Paradise: Love, investigating local female sex tourism based on a false sense of romance.
Description: What happens back scene of a large theatre production? This document asserts the incidents that occurred during the rehearsals and run of a large scale Mexican musical, a present that unexpectedly turned into an attempt to verify that popular quote that told "the present gotta go on": laugh, tears, victory, deception, friendship and resignation.
Description: There are athletes with a career that not only manages to bring them to the top of their field, but has the ability to reveal the complexities of the globe of sports. A excellent example is the boxer Sergio "Maravilla" Martinez, who, despite being one of the rampaging warriors in his class, had to give up his championship game and leave it in the hands of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., son of the Mexican boxing legend. How a real winner gets his crown, his honor back? How to defend their dignity vs corruption of sport's mercantilism?
Description: This documentary movie is about one of Georgia's regions - Racha. The game of the movie is taken from the name of one of Racha's high mountain villages. It says about the poorest in society living in the mountains and the rise of the SSSR. The product of a remarkable collaboration between the first Georgian female filmmaker and the leading Georgian avant-garde artist David Kakabadze.
Description: Away to Me is a detail length documentary that takes its audience on a visually spectacular adventure across the world, following three national champions from the US, Canada and South Africa as they prepare for and then compete in a major international tournament in one of the world’s truly quirky and delicious sports — sheepdog trialing.
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