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Description: The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota captures globe attention through their peaceful resistance vs the U.S. government's plan to construct an oil pipeline through their land.
Description: The extraordinary storyline of how Hollywood changed Globe Fight II – and how Globe Fight II changed Hollywood, through the interwoven experiences of five legendary filmmakers who went to fight to serve their country and bring the truth to the American people: John Ford, William Wyler, John Huston, Frank Capra, and George Stevens. Based on Tag Harris’ best-selling book, “Five Came Back: A Storyline of Hollywood and the Second Globe War.”
Description: Sketch Movie #1 (Tomonari Nishikawa, 2005, 3 min., super 8, silent, 18/24fps, b&w, USA) As a painter carries a sketchbook and practices drawing, I carried a Super 8 camera and shot frame by frame, as an daily exercise to create animations of lines and shapes found in the public space. The whole movie was edited in camera and hand-processed afterwards.
Description: Recent installment from the on-going collaboration between filmmaker Paul Clipson & musician Jefre Cantu-Ledesma. Paul's Super8 films, shot entirely in Fresh York City, channel the blissed out states of color drenched psychadellia explored by Brakage as well as lovely black and white still life's that reminisce on Ozu's 'pillow shots' & Chantel Akermans monumental portrait of Pre-Giuliani Fresh York 'Letters Home'. Jefre's melody is culled from the same sessions that launched his 2007 release on Students Of Decay 'Shinning Skull Breath', (the two share a track in common). Billowy clouds of distorted guitar expand out into long passages of muffled static and fuzzed out melody.
Description: The influential, provocative, and often radical art-making practices of Vito Acconci have earned him international recognition. Acconci has been a vital presence in contemporary art since the late 1960s; his confrontational and ultimately political works have evolved from writing to conceptual art, bodyworks, performance, film, video, multimedia installation and architectural sculpture. This catalogue presents a finished selection of a wide range of Acconci's works (accompanied by a text on every project), an interview with the artist, an extensive bibliography, and contains a DVD with three 20-minute videos in which Acconci narrates.
Description: After a quarter-century of political denial and social stigma, of stunning scientific breakthroughs, bitter privacy wars and inadequate prevention campaigns, HIV/AIDS continues to spread rapidly throughout much of the world. Through interviews with AIDS researchers, globe leaders, activists, and patients, FRONTLINE investigates the science, politics, and human cost of this fateful illness and asks: What are the lessons of the past, and what can be done to stop AIDS?
Description: A tale of 2 passages within the Spirit house. This is the first in a series that looks at the territories we search our spiritual presence augmented, inflamed, or simply acknowledged.
Description: Eight years ago, Mads Brügger and Mikael Bertelsen tried to solve the murder of an EU official in 1993. A project that concluded in a dead end. Hoping to create nice for their old defeat, the two journalists decide to investigate a complex situation about the former EU Health Commissioner, John Dalli, who was fired under suspicion of being in the pocket of the tobacco industry. Brügger and Bertelsen travel to Malta to meet Dalli, who comes across as quite likeable. And it does not take long before they uncover an extensive conspiracy vs him, when Dalli is suddenly contacted by a secret source who claims to be in possession of documents and recordings that include plans to slay him.
Description: Human beings who have experienced such a powerful shock that they are no longer even scared of death (as it often happens to genocide survivors) sometimes fall into what is known as a feeling of timelessness or a “melancholy”. They live somewhat “outside” time, a mode of extra-temporal existence, waiting for the day on which they will be freed from their suffering. It is the folks — almost ghosts having survived the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh between Armenians and Azerbaijani that has lasted for almost twenty years — that the filmmaker shows and listens to in his film. Behind them, behind their wandering bodies, behind their frenzies, is what remains of the collapse of the Soviet Union in Caucasus: ruins, uninhabited spaces, tombs, vestiges of war, trenches where troops watch for an invisible enemy.
Description: At the foot of Vesuvius, the celebration of Our-Lady-of-the-Hens is still tinged with paganism. While Fonzino prepares a ritual altar, Biagio leads the femminielli, the transgender masters of a cult where dance and song have a cathartic energy.
Description: Home film footage donated by metro Detroiters provides the spine of “12th and Clairmount,” which looks back at the Detroit riot of 1967 — and its causes and aftermath. Those five days in July were among the most pivotal — and divisive — in the city’s history, with the turmoil leaving 43 dead. While the impending 50th anniversary of the summer of ’67 was the impetus for the film, the home film footage in “12th and Clairmount” captures a wide spectrum of Detroit life, from proud streetscapes to dance parties to neighborhood sporting events. Drawing from more than 400 reels of donated home films from the era, another unearthed footage and newly recorded oral histories, the documentary is being produced by the Gratis Press in collaboration with Bridge Magazine and WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) and a group of metro Detroit cultural institutions, led by the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Description: Focused on an inspiring and touching dialogue between Gilles Vigneault and Fred Pellerin, the documentary says the storyline of Quebec by digging deep into an ancestral tradition etched into our cultural DNA: the production of maple syrup.
Description: Sylvain George crosses Paris in 2015 and 2016 with an “unaccompanied foreign minor”, as the official term has it. This splendid whirlwind in black-and-white mixes the features of iconic monuments – an equestrian statue, the obelisk or the large wheel – with life in the streets.
Description: It adroitly says the storyline of a "counter culture" young boy who when his grandfather dies, packages the body in dry ice, and shops him in a Tuff Shed, waiting for the time when advances in modern medicine can bring him back to life. I am not making this up. Then our young boys gets deported back to Norway on unrelated charges. Then, quite a while later, folks look up and take notice ... "Hey ... there appears to be a frozen dead guy in that shed over there."
Description: The Democratic Republic of Congo has endured 20 years of devastating violence. Rape has been used as a weapon of fight to destroy community and access precious minerals. Congo is often referred to as “the worst zone in the globe to be a woman.” "City of Joy" says a various storyline of the region. The movie focuses on Jane, a student at a center where girls who have suffered unimaginable abuse join together to become leaders. We also meet the founders of the center: a devout Congolese Doctor, a Congolese activist, and a radical N.Y. playwright. The movie weaves between joy and pain as these individuals band together to demand hope in a zone so often deemed hopeless.
Description: Rising Sons is a short documentary movie about a radical and special approach to end the rampant raping of girls in The Democratic Republic of the Congo: by healing the wounds and beliefs of men. This intimate movie provides an occasion to witness the evolution of the masculine and address the root causes of a universal cycle of violence.
Description: 102 Years in the Heart of Europe: A Portrait of Ernst Jünger (Swedish: 102 år i hjärtat av Europa) is a Swedish documentary movie from 1998 directed by Jesper Wachtmeister. It consists of an interview by the journalist Björn Cederberg with the German writer, philosopher and fight veteran Ernst Jünger (1895-1998). Jünger talks about his life, his authorship, his interests and ideas. The actor Mikael Persbrandt reads passages from some of Jünger's works, such as Storm of Steel, The Worker, On the Marble Cliffs and The Glass Bees.
Description: Footage of Devil's Gate Dam insterspersed with text occultist text by Jack Parsons, co-founder of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, who some trust opened a portal for dark energy nearby.
Description: Stanislaw Skalski, the most brilliant ace pilot in Polish history, who took part in the War of Britain, shares his wartime memories. He also says about the horrifying post-war period when he spent seven years in jail.
Description: A fresh melody teacher comes to the institution for mentally disabled children. He's got a month to teach them to enjoy some instruments. But it takes much more than time to understand and agree these children. And vice versa.
Description: Kazimierz Leski says the storyline of his life. During the war, he was a spy of the Polish resistance, pretending to be a German general. After the war, he was tortured and imprisoned for espionage, and spent ten years in Stalinist jail.
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"A strange harvest" was Linda Michaeltin house most popular documentary covering a very strange phenomenon still going on today that would be cattle mutilation.She draws no concrete conclusions and lets the viewer create their own decision is it the government? Is it a personal enterprise? Or should it be extraterrestrials in need of bovine biological parts for research?Loaded with first-hand accounts, scientific evidence lab reports and lots of photos that are very disturbing this is the film that will really create you think about what's really out there.
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