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Description: Detour de France offers a fascinating look inside the world's largest annual sporting event. The movie focuses on three Australians reporting on the globe popular cycling event. All three bring a larrikin humour to their antics, which propels the movie from mere reportage to something more akin to attending a sporting happening with 'the boys'.
Description: No another zone in the globe has a romance with American bluegrass like the Czech Republic. Banjo Romantika introduces the musicians who enjoy this special bluegrass hybrid. Czechs first heard bluegrass during Globe Fight II when the Armed Forces Network broadcast American melody for soldiers. The melody represented freedom to dissatisfied Czechs living in a communist state. Czechs' love for the melody was solidified when Pete Seeger visited and performed in 1964. Inspired by classic American bluegrass sounds, an assortment of musicians from across the formerly communist Czech Republic have melded the past, the political and the show into a lively musical tradition entirely its own.
Description: The Enigma of the Swastika - What are the origins of this dreaded symbol of National Socialism? How did the Swastika evolve from a Buddhist sign of nice fortune to the Nazi emblem which would strike terror into the hearts of millions? Research traces the history of the Swastika through a network of shadowy occultist groups to the secretive Thule Society and Hitler's infant Nazi Party. The Eagle and the Swastika - Four days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour, Adolf Hitler declared fight on America. This was the only declaration of fight he ever issued
Description: The first movie produced by ICAIC on the position of girls within the framework of the revolution. The lives of an aspiring actress and her reluctant mother, of an units lieutenant, and of former prostitutes in process of rehabilitation are explored.
Description: Lot Lizard is a detail documentary about truck stop sex workers in America. There are three million truck drivers and thousands of truck stops throughout the United States. Many of them are frequented by sex workers who truck drivers refer to as lot lizards. The movie follows Jennifer, a recovering sex worker who is trying to receive her life back on track, Bobby, a boy struggling to come to grips with his girlfriend's livelihood, and Betty, an aging sex worker who makes no apologies for her lifestyle. These intimate portraits tip at a broader storyline about America, how it deals with its 'derelicts,' and how we are implicated as consumers.
Description: In 1985, three major uprisings rocked Britain, in Brixton, Handsworth and Tottenham. The most explosive was the latter, on the Broadwater Farm housing estate, which resulted in the death of PC Keith Blakelock as well as in hundreds of arrests and a number of prison sentences. The uprisings in both Brixton and Tottenham were sparked by police shootings of innocent black mothers. The People's Accoung was shot during and after the Tottenham uprising. Made by the Ceddo Movie and Video Workshop, it was commissioned by Channel 4, but was never shown as the broadcaster objected to its accusations of police racism.
Description: In a several years, technology will merge with our bodies in methods that today seem unimaginable, and will redefine the limits of what is a human being. There are already folks who, driven by the desire to experiment, have crossed the biological limits by introducing electronic devices that deliever them with capabilities that go beyond what is "normal." They are the first hybrids, and they face the reaction of society, which goes from malignancy to enthusiasm. Today they are only a tiny minority, and many folks consider them as disrupted experimenters, but in the near future we may recognize them as pioneers.
Description: The most extraordinary fighter of all time, Alexander the Nice achieved military conquests that remain unsurpassed to this day. Indeed, the conqueror brought east and west together in the mightiest clash of cultures the globe has ever known. But much of his legend remains shrouded in mystery. Join National Geographic on a quest to search the true Alexander and examine what molded and pushed him ever onward toward fresh horizons.
Description: Why do the bodies of St. Bernadette and those Incorruptibles like her remain untouched by time? From graves throughout Europe, holy bodies have been exhumed by the church – and found to be in a related state. Several appear as outwardly excellent as Saint Bernadette – yet new from the grave their bodies too were entire and intact – apparently resistant to the decay reserved for ordinary humans. Why do the bodies of St. Bernadette and those Incorruptibles like her remain untouched by time? And how has their flesh defied the laws of nature?
Description: Their empire stretched from Ecuador all the method to Chile. Only 40,000 strong, they ruled ten million topics and created one of history's best civilizations. But with one fast blow, the Spanish brought this mighty empire to its knees. it is one of the most dramatic and poignant stories in history. Unfortunately, the drama unfolding today is as disturbing as that which played out 500 years ago. As archaeologists struggle to understand and preserve what remains of a nice culture, tomb looters and the forces of "progress" are pushing it ever closer to extinction. Across Peru, the past is colliding with the future as the demands of a growing population threaten to destroy its precious heritage. From high atop remote Andean peaks to just below a dusty shantytown on the outskirts of Lima, archaeologists are racing vs time to preserve the legacy left by their ancestors.
Description: Vladimir Erofeev was a key figure in the development of the Soviet travelogue during the late 1920s. See for example Far Away in Asia [Daleko v Azii, 1931] and The Roof of the World: An Expedition to Pamir [Krysha mira: ekspeditsiia na Pamir, 1927].
Description: One of the highest achievements of the fresh wave of Kirghiz cinema, which emerged in the mid-1960s. This storyline of a man building sandcastles on the shores of the Issyk-Kul Lake becomes a documentary parable on the tensions between an artist and society.
Description: Fifty years on from the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK, this BBC Two documentary explores how secure it is to be gay in Britain today. With homophobic hate crime on the rise, this movie takes a 360 degree look at the issue, hearing from the victims, their families and the police. What makes someone attack other person because of their sexuality? How do victims deal with these unsolicited and unprovoked assaults? And what are we doing about this in Britain in 2017?
Description: This poetic core in youngsters is also touched in Stanukina's less known Your very private poetry (Свои, совсем особые стихи, 1982), a unbelievable movie about a poetry class. It is here that one recalls Kogan's admiration of Lyalya's emotional documentary skills. And it is here that one recalls Kosakovsky's depiction of Lyalya as a person of extraordinarily prosperous feelings, sensitive and energetic, childish and female, shrill and quiet. The young poets are marvellously sneaky, respectfully adoring and creatively testing with - maybe even deconstructing - "Aleksandr Sergeevich", Mr. Pushkin, Russia's exclusive trade tag of high culture and literature.
Description: This movie travels to Kodinhi - a village in the Indian state of Kerala dubbed ‘Twin Town’ by locals. Out of a community containing just two thousand families Kodinhi is home to more than two hundred and fifty pairs of twins. It’s a fact that’s quickly earned the village a reputation for being ‘The doppelganger capital of the world’.
Description: Animals are a formidable presence in the Bible, which makes reference to more than a hundred species, some metaphorically and others literally. But many of those monsters are gone from the Holy Land today, or on the verge of extinction there.
Description: It is perhaps the most intriguing storyline to emerge from ancient Egypt – the mystery surrounding Tutankhamun. Why did he die so young Was he murdered Is there an explanation for the legendary curse told to follow those who found his tomb centuries soon Actually a squad of scientists is using CT-scan technology to unveil the truth of what happened. It’s an unprecedented look into Tut’s life revealing what happened to the man king.
Description: Sixteen skeletons, the remains of a 9th century Maya royal family, are discovered in a mass grave, revealing a sordid tale of sex, greed, rivalry… and the final clues to one of the best mysteries of the ancient world: what caused the collapse of the Maya Empire?
Description: A day in the life of a brigade of volunteer workers from the towns in the harvest of sugarcane, reflecting the ideological debate around the moral qualities of work in a revolutionary society.
Description: The movie says a storyline of Kosynka, a pregnant mare, and her owner, a battered old man. Kosynka leads the “horse walker,” designed to train young horse to walk steadily and at a pace. Set to a soundtrack of Bach and Russian folk music, this movie is other example of a parable-like narrative, which became more famous in Soviet documentary in the early 1970s.
Description: Take a harrowing adventure with creator Sebastian Junger and photographer Reza deep into Afghanistan for an in-depth interview with the assassinated resistance leader, Ahmed Shah Massoud. With never-before-seen footage, Afghanistan Revealed explores this war-torn country and the lives of its folks as they continue their struggle vs the Taliban.
Description: It is perhaps the most coveted piece of true estate on the planet: the Temple Mount, as it is known to Jews and Christians, or the Noble Sanctuary, as Muslims call it. Several cameras have ever been allowed inside this guarded and controversial place—until now. Produced with exclusive permission to movie within the 35-acre walled enclosure and the Dome of the Rock, this tool serves to build greater understanding of the sacred and secret location. Incorporating interviews with religious and historical scholars, the video contains a remarkable archaeological discovery that may finally lay to rest centuries of debate over the very existence of the First Temple.
Description: The Wounds We Cannot See says the gripping storyline of former US Navy Airman Nancy Ross of Hingham, Massachusetts who was falsely adopted because of a family secret she never knew. Ross was violently raped during her service in 1988 and has since struggled with addiction, mental disease and depression. She continues to war Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a direct effect of her attack and subsequent abusive relationships. While Nancy has undergone extensive therapy since her honorable discharge from the Navy she still suffers from addiction and mental illness, living in constant fear of the future.
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