Description: THE INVISIBLE STRING says the fascinating love storyline between human beings and flying plastic. The documentary takes the audience on a trip from the very beginning of pie pin tossing at the Frisbie's Pie bakery in Connecticut back at the turn of the century to the Rose Bowl Globe Championships in the late 1970s up to the hottest spots of today. It's a adventure into the heart and mind of the folks that started it all by inventing games, skills, and creating a global family. Rare archive footage of the 1970s and 1980s, when testing Frisbee grew to become a major alternative sport just as famous as skateboarding or surfing, alters with Monty Pythonesque animations on the joy of throwing flying objects. The most influential folks give their private accounts as remarkable stories are said revolving around living with flying discs.
Description: A vindication of the role of the technicians and artists who made spaghetti western category possible, and a walk through the landscapes that made it possible to recreate in Spain, mainly in the desert of Almería, hundreds of journeys set in the remote American Far West.
Description: An anti-war movie about the private suffering behind the difficult statistics, which present that more than four million Vietnamese died during the Vietnam War, as opposed to 58,000 Americans. We hear South and North Vietnamese, including émigrés to the United States, describing how large numbers of mates met their deaths, caught as they were between government forces, the Vietcong, and the Americans; how political boundaries divided not only the country, but also families; how mothers deserted their kids because their fathers were American soldiers; and how the fight cruelly lingers on long after hostilities ceased, in the lives of kids born crippled by chemical weapons.
Description: This shows successful operations by the Finnish Air Force in the Winter Fight and the Continuation Fight of 1939-1945. The DVD consists mainly of movies which have been shot by war-time photographers. A significant part of the material has not been published before.
Description: Chanel--more than just one of the world's most successful fashion labels, also the name of a girl who led a fascinating life. This Paris designer banished the corset from women's fashion, created the bouclé suit and the popular 'little black dress,' and made costume jewelery socially acceptable. Her elegant but comfortable clothing stressed the new-won freedoms of 1920s women; her perfume made ladies irresistible. Chanel's head designer Karl Lagerfeld explains why her easy style is still today an inspiration. Special shots and designs from the archives reveal Coco Chanel's passion both for fashion and for life.
Description: A look at the happenings leading up to the Taliban's attack on the young Pakistani school girl, Malala Yousafzai, for speaking out on girls' education and the aftermath, including her speech to the United Nations.
Description: The first name in skateboarding footwear and apparel introduces its highly anticipated first-ever feature-length global skateboarding video, PROPELLER. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Greg Hunt and featuring full parts from some of the largest names in modern skateboarding alongside appearances from legends and real pioneers, PROPELLER presents a sweeping snapshot of modern skateboarding that only Vans can deliver.
Description: The trouble of young Muslims traveling from Europe to countries such as Syria and Somalia to war with Islamic rebels is a highly topical one, making this storyline of a Danish-Somalian man even more relevant. His back turned to the camera as he looks out over a nondescript housing development in Copenhagen, “The Shadow” describes how he fell victim to recruiters from the militant Somalian rebel group al-Shabaab. He outlines the conditions that create men such as him susceptible to the lure of the “holy war,” explaining that, “Nothing in my life made any sense.” So eloquent is he in his acc that one might think it was scripted, but what happened to him is as true as the scenes from a suicide attack by one of his former friends.
Description: The year is 1970 and the disastrous Vietnam Fight keeps escalating. Protests are erupting all over U.S. campuses. But in Minneapolis, word that the national Red Barn Restaurant chain wants to erect a fresh fast-food franchise in old, venerable Dinkytown, the “war at home” takes a various turn. This stunning documentary chronicles the unprecedented 40-day, 40-night continuous Dinkytown “Occupation” to prevent construction of an unwanted hamburger joint. From movie programmer-turned-filmmaker Al Milgrom, the storyline is recounted by seven participants whose varied reminiscences about defending the neighborhood becomes a microcosm of the memorable ‘70’s Generation. Melody featured in the movie by Bob Dylan, Willie Murphy.
Description: The only surviving movie produced by Showa Kinema, the first company of pioneering sound-film producer Yoshizo Minagawa, records a speech by conservative Prime Minister Giichi Tanaka, who served from from 1927 to 1929, when he resigned after a dispute with the Emperor. The movie details Tanaka standing in front of black drapes, talking directly into the camera as he presents his position on problems ranging from the economy to diplomacy and foreign policy. The identity of the cameraman is unknown, as is the exact date of shooting, but the movie passed state censorship on February 6th, 1928, shortly before elections for the House of Representatives, the lower house of Japan’s Diet. As a historical record, the movie is necessary since it not only constitutes Japan's earliest surviving sound film, but also provides a record of concerns central to Japanese politics in the late 1920s.
Description: Things fall apart, but they are also reassembled and given fresh life, in an enlightened form. Meet the Fresh York based artist and filmmaker Bill Morrison in this interview about his haunting experimental collage movies 'Decasia' and 'Light is Calling'.
Description: How does it feel to have your gender identity included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders? Diagnosing Difference is a documentary featuring interviews with 13 diverse scholars, activists, and artists who identify on the trans spectrum (transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, and gender variant) about the impact and implications of the Gender Identity Disorder (GID) on their lives and communities.
Description: Marcos Lopez's first detail movie explores the globe and oeuvre of Argentine folk musician, Ramón Ayala. The film also provides interviews with contemporary musicians from Argentina, who were influenced by Ayala. At the same time, the picture portrays the various landscapes of the country: the jungle and soil of Misiones (Ayala's native province), the folk festival in Córdoba and the urban environment of Buenos Aires; paying unique attention to those territories where Ayala's melody circulate. One of the most popular Argentine photographers, Lopez takes advantage of the cinematographic medium to stamp his visual aesthetics, which offer a very ironic, yet loving, approach to Argentina.
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