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Description: “Microbirth” is a 60 minute documentary looking at the recent scientific research about the microscopic happenings event during childbirth. “Microbirth” reveals the recent scientific thinking on how greatest to “seed” a baby’s microbiome in order to build the strongest possible immune system. This cutting-edge science has the potential to not only improve the health of our kids across a lifetime, but also across generations still to come.
Description: Narrated by Academy Award nominee James Cromwell, this strong movie takes viewers on an eye-opening exploration behind the closed doors of the nations biggest industrial poultry, pig, dairy, and fish farms, hatcheries, and slaughter plants - revealing the often-unseen adventure that animals create from Farm to Fridge. Using arresting photos covertly recorded on hidden camera, this provocative movie puts into focus the harsh reality faced by farmed animals - monsters granted no federal security from abuse during their lives on factory farms.
Description: Experience the globe of all star cheerleading in Nfinity's Champions League 2. The Nfinity Champions League is a group of 30 squads that represent the greatest of the greatest in competitive cheerleading. These elite squads were chosen based on their established records of cheerleading excellence, then invited to compete for the game of "Grand Champion." In Vol. 2, The Champions League hosts its second tournament in Los Angeles, California. Champions League 2 is filled with raw competition, sacrifice, and dedication from the greatest athletes in the nation. It gives the audience an inside look into the squads and folks that create up the quick paced and exciting globe of all star cheerleading.
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Description: With 19 murders between them, the Shankill Butchers were the most prolific gang of serial assassins in UK history. During the dark days of the Troubles their savagery stood apart, paralysing both communities in Northern Ireland with fear. With special access to the evidence, and exclusive interviews, Stephen Nolan goes back to the patch where he was brought up to ask how the Shankill Butchers got away with murder for so long.
Description: Documentary about Glenford Baptist, who was the last prisoner held on death row in the Central American country of Belize. He was sentenced to death with Gilroy Wade and Oscar Mendez in 2005 after being convicted of the murder of Azrin White in 2000, but was left awaiting execution in Belize Central Prison for 14 years.
Description: On the night she broke up with her boyfriend, a Florida deputy sheriff, Michelle O'Connell was found dead from a gunshot in the mouth. Next to her was her boyfriend's semi-automatic service pistol. The sheriff's office named it suicide, but was it? FRONTLINE and The Fresh York Times investigate this death of a young, single mother, and what can go wrong when the police are faced with domestic violence allegations within their own ranks.
Description: Richard Dreyfuss hosts a celebration of the 80 year history of Universal Studios. Founded as IMP by Carl Leammle to oppose Edison's Motion Picture Tust, it later grew under the leadership of 21 year old production head Irving Thalberg with classic silents from artists like John Ford, Erich Von Stroheim, and Lon Chaney and prospered further in the Sound Era under the leadership of Carl Leammle Jr. with such classics as "All Quiet on The Western Front," "Showboat," and the studio's signature creature franchises, "Frankenstein" and "Dracula."
Description: From its easy beginnings in 1939 in a sleepy beach city in the south of France, the prestigious Cannes Movie Festival has become the must-attend red carpet happening of the year. Filmmaker Richard Schickel's fascinating documentary captures the glitz and glamour of the festival's wonderful 60-year run with archival footage and unforgettable moments. Hollywood's largest names including Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, Sharon Stone and Harvey Weinstein talk about the politics, madness, and thrills of competing for one of the industry's highest honors - the coveted Palme d'Or - and what it's like to be at the most fabulous festival by the sea.
Description: How does a nation survive being swallowed by the sea? Kiribati, on a low-lying Pacific atoll, will disappear within decades due to rising sea levels, population growth, and climate change. This exploration of how to migrate an whole nation with dignity interweaves private stories of survival and resilience.
Description: In the early 1830s Texas was about to explode. Although ruled by Mexico, the region was home to more than 20,000 U.S. settlers agitated by what they saw as restrictive Mexican policies. Mexican officials, concerned with illegal trading and immigration, were prepared to war difficult to hold the province under their control. Caught in the middle were the area's 4,000 Mexican Texans or Tejanos. With fight on the horizon, the Tejanos had to pick a side. Many chose to war with their Anglo neighbors vs an units sent by Mexico City. The conflict pitted brother vs brother and devastated the community. The Tejano gamble for a more prosperous future in an independent Texas proved tragic. Following the revolution, the Tejanos were overwhelmed by a surge of Anglo immigration -- leaving them foreigners in a land they had fought to defend.
Description: Artist Ryan Gander explores Japan's highly sophisticated visual culture, expressed through photos and symbols. He makes unexpected connections between everything from geisha to tattoo art.
Description: He is well- known in the world, but unknown in his home country. Slovakian Peter Valusiak took part in more than 20 expeditions to the Polar Regions. In 1998, together with three Russian explorers, he finished the first unsupported crossing of the Arctic Ocean from Russia to Canada over the North Pole. Other nice challenge which has been on his mind for many years is to cross Antarctica over the South Pole. The Polarman is portrait of a boy who tries to survive alone in the coldest continent.
Description: Using found footage, still photographs, animations, and occasional original footage, “The Mist in the Palm Trees” purports to say the storyline of Santiago Bergson, writer, physicist, and sometime pornographer who sold arms to the Resistance in France, flirted with the Nazis, collaborated on Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds” broadcast and helped build the A-Bomb.
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Description: Schizophrenia. It may be one word, but it instantly conjures up multiple connotations. Mad. Incurable. Violent. Suicidal. Chemical imbalances. Crazy. A lifelong condition. Inevitable dependency on Medicines. Dark. Terrible. 'A Drop of Sunshine' challenges these notions. It questions the mainstream view of the condition and seeks alternate methods of recovering from it. Through the strong storyline of its young and gutsy protagonist, Reshma Valiappan, it seeks to give viewers a fresh vocabulary to address the stigmatized mental illness. The movie proposes that the only treatment way that can work in Schizophrenia is one where the so-called 'patient' is encouraged and empowered to become an equal partner in the process of healing.
Description: What if working together for the nice of all was the most common business model? Watch, as few organizations strive towards building a more cooperative future. By putting humanity before the bottom line, they are finding their zone in an economy previously dominated by profits and large business.
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A young man does a series of backflips and spins on his head. It looks like a rather unexceptional exhibition of break dancing. However it is from 1898, not 1998. Clearly this sort of busking predated its craze -- a better word might be "revival" almost a hundred years later. There's nothing fresh under the sun, and so forth, even if you're reading this on your smartphone computer.The performance is shot vs a pale background which shows minimal detailing -- a wall of a building composed of long planks. The man wears dark colors, the better to clearly differentiate him and his motion. His face is obscured so the audience can concentrate on what he does rather than who he is or why.
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