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Description: The ferry crosses the river, transporting folks from one shore to the other, from one country to another. It runs year round, never stopping. The footage was filmed on the Latvian-Belarussian border in the early 1990s - a time when the Soviet Union began to crumble and Latvia regained its independence.
Description: The morning starts when the email is delivered - this has been a tradition for almost an eternity. This movie looks at everyday things, everyday movements, everyday life and the everyday routines of the postman, which are nevertheless meaningful to those who await and obtain newspapers and letters.
Description: A subdued observation of everyday life in a children's hospital. The driver of a delivery van regularly delivers clean linen to the wards where small, tense dramas of life and death are played out.
Description: The narrow, sandy strip of the seashore is a neutral territory that belongs equally to the sea and the mainland. This territory possesses an unusual chracteristic, namely, it attracts folks with a practically magnetic power, transforming the beach into something like a playground where the old and the new, the primitive and the civilised, the traditional and the modern all coexist.
Description: In his twenties, John Hanmer was a well respected police officer and family boy in Hamilton, Ontario. Two decades and three countries later, his life would end in a barrage of gunfire in Angeles City, Philippines. Surviving him were his four children: Michael, Shannon, Michael, and Shannon. This is not a typo.
Description: This montage movie is composed of extracts from 35 reports filmed by Storck in 1930 in his capacity as official 'cinegraphiste' of the town of Ostend. A movie about pleasure in general and the particular pleasure of being from Ostend, by day and night a town of parties and beaches, of sport and games.
Description: December 30, 1938, the day of Emile Vandervelde's funeral. Belgium is in mourning and pays tribute to a nice militant, the leader of the Belgian Labour Party, a statesman and a key figure in international socialism.
Description: Louis-Ferdinand Céline described the period he spent in Sigmaringen in his delirious and infernal novel, Castle to Castle, published in 1957. The last months before the German “moment of truth”, as they’ve never been portrayed before: Documented in delirious reality. A documentary movie based on Céline’s texts. A screen adaption with documentary material.
Description: Wrestling- Then & Now- The Film is a documentary from noted underground movie director Dwayne Walker and the Associate Producer of The Wrestler, Evan Ginzburg. Go on the street with Evan as he talks to the greats of the sport in a movie that has something for everyone.
Description: After Nola Chérie and Indiamore, Chassol presents BIG SUN, last part of the trilogy. Large Sun, Christophe Chassol’s brilliantly-dazzling fourth album, crowns his trilogy of ultrascores (a way he elaborated for harmonizing, symphonizing true life, the ‘here and now’), which started out in Creole-speaking Fresh Orleans (Nola Chérie, 2011) before pursuing its route through India (Indiamore, 2013).
Description: The Philippine Basketball Association is producing: THE PBA: A NATION’s PASSION. For the first time in the history the PBA gathers the boys and girls who have shaped the landscape of professional basketball in the Philippines.
Description: Exclusive footage detailing the cultural legacy of the Metal Gear franchise as seen through the eyes of Metal Gear Solid Legacy's main cast, minigame critics, journalists, and top-tier authors from both the minigame and movie industries.
Description: The crashed harbor of Rotterdam obstructs the recovery of The Netherlands after the war. Rapidly and with borrowed strength the harbor takes its rightful zone in the town of Rotterdam.
Description: Thanks to social media, teens are able to directly interact with their culture -- celebrities, movies, brands -- in methods never before possible. But is that true empowerment? Or do marketers keep the upper hand? Douglas Rushkoff explores how the teen quest for identity has migrated to the web -- and exposes the minigame of cat-and-mouse that corporations are testing with them.
Description: Artist, anarchist, drop-out, paperless immigrant: Giovanni Segantini was all of this. He created, usually under the launch sky, monumental, idealized alpine landscapes. In the course of his lifetime, he climbed ever higher in find of more light, finally dying at 41 in an Engadin alpine hut at 2700m. The movie offers insight into his hard childhood and boyhood, shares his inner processes and crises as a painter, as well as his contradictory dealings with motherly love and eroticism – and ultimately his desperate struggle vs death…
Description: A dwarf, a dragon, and a golden egg. Yet the true fairy-tale of this movie is the adventure of Jeanmarie, the Dutch road performer. In an adventurous project, Jeanmarie squads up with youth worker Frank to travel through the last remaining untouched regions of China, performing his fresh present to local children. As they move their wondrous melody machine from village to village, they bring laughter and intrigue to all who witness their magical performance, reuniting reality with fantasy, Europe and Asia. In a movie as imaginative and whimsical as Jeanmarie's enjoy itself, this is a poignant tale of passion and conviction to follow and fulfil your dreams.
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Just like the unforgettable and scary "AIDS: Monolith" public announcement ad, director Nicolas Roeg know uses of a more deeper and methaporical imagery to alarm audiences about the dangers of AIDS - one more time is John Hurt's haunting voice behind the PSA. The short compares AIDS and an iceberg, and one may wonder where's the connection. Thought it's only the iceberg who's on screen, the concept formed is to say about how anyone can carry a deadly and not present it because a) they don't know they have it or b) they know they have it but kept on going with careless unprotected sex activities; and those can mean one thing: that you cannot say things or a person's health just by what you can see just like an iceberg where you can only visualize the part above the ocean but what's beyond you'll never know the entire dimmension. Just like Harm quotes, "it's only the hint of the iceberg" and then the camera moves below the ocean. By that, it's reflecting the AIDS casualties and the more it should grow. "Iceberg" is more launch to discover the dangers of AIDS in a more subtle message and imagery, it goes deep in warning folks about how to protect yourself from the virus; unlike "Monolith" which was more frightening because it kept saying us that death is on the method and there was no possibility of escaping. Still isn't though time has changed things - yet the numbers hold on growing. I guess the trouble with this actual generation is the lack of adverts like these. I was born at the time when hearing about having the virus was a death sentence, and lived my early years hearing it on the news on how terribly devastating it was. But lived long enough to see science progress, fresh medicines on that which made HIV manageable and even one cure situation (that was an experiment revolving an HIV positive patient who also had leukemia and got a bone marrow transplant - the cure wasn't all that planned, it just happened). And I lived long enough to see some miracle situations of folks who acquired the syndrome back in those darkest years yet they're still hold on living.So, it's only when one gets exposed and wants to search out if they got it or not that the trouble comes to surface. But I guess history repeats itself but in worse ways. Those adverts might have helped a lot of people back then because they were important, relevant, chilling to the bone and never shying away from the reality of catching a deadly illness just because of nights of pleasure. Today, we have adverts but...they're not on TV anymore (in my country's situation they only present them during Carnival season - meaning that social/health systems think people only have sex during that part of the year); those adverts are in territories where you're getting inspected for a negative or a positive. Too late, isn't it? Works as a reflection when you're negative for the virus and to think about your next choices, alarming the anxiety you've been place through when you were about to obtain the test results. "Monolith" and "Iceberg" are nice yet sad reminders of a dark period, filled with discrimination on folks from the then groups of risk and AIDS victims. Those UK's advertisements are simply the best I've ever seen. Valid then and still valid now..."Don't Die of Ignorance". 9/10
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