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Description: Gareth Thomas lifts the lid on living with HIV in a hard-hitting documentary. He seeks to come to terms with his condition, and tackles the stigmas, myths and misunderstandings surrounding HIV
Description: Rave Culture is one of Britain’s nice cultural exports, but after its first wave in the late eighties and early nineties, it was later forced into the underground by stringent fresh laws and superclubs. But forward 25 years into in the midst of a nationwide purge on the nation’s nightlife, where nearly half of all British clubs have shut down in the last decade, and a fresh type of stage has emerged. Clive Martin investigates this 21st century ver of Rave, where young folks break into disused territories with the support of bolt-cutters and complicated squatting laws, to suck on balloons and go difficult into the early morning. But with the police using increasingly extreme strategies to clamp down on these parties, and more than one fatality causing nationwide media panic, can the stage survive?
Description: Leo Hurwitz’s film, Here At The Water’s Edge, details the 1960 Fresh York City’s waterfront. Made with photographer Charles Pratt, the movie is a cinematic poem to the folks who work on the water. Pratt, who largely financed the film, made it possible for Leo to test his vision as an artist and filmmaker while the blacklist still over-shadowed his life and ability to work in another areas. Here At The Water’s Edge, a movie without narration, draws our attention to the often-neglected life in, on and around water – as well as bringing into view what workers on the water give us. Leo, in his own work, was everytime concerned with seeing what is event in territories in the globe where others fail to look.
Description: Writer/Director Kaneto Shindô recounts his time spent in the Japanese Navy in WWII. He says about the harsh training, grueling conditions, and tragic losses which are reenacted in black & white sequences.
Description: Entertaining stories about special enthusiasts and successful entrepreneurs whose curiosity, ambition and sense for innovation give a fascinating insight into Chinese reality today.
Description: Having grown up in the mountains Chiayi, installation artist WANG Wen-chih weaves his memories of mountains and forests into his work. Using natural materials such as bamboo, rattan and wood, WANG creates his art with hands and collective labor. The large territories he constructs emit such deep and powerful power that surprise and transport countless visitors. This movie follows WANG on his adventure of creation.
Description: 64-year-old artist Michael LEU returns to Taiwan after years of a successful career in America. Guided by childhood teacher CHENG Ming-chin, he comes back to his home country, where art is not as highly valued as in America. Why did he leave 30 years ago? The movie chronicles the artist's work and history of Taiwan. Through the memory of the artist, the secret is gradually revealed. What lies behind the artist's achievement is a nightmare that haunted him and pushed him to America.
Description: This intimate portrait of the legendary conductor Seiji Ozawa focuses on the Japanese master and teacher's career, his advocacy of modern composers and the behind-the-scenes globe of the symphony orchestra.
Description: The Scala opened its doors in 1970. It had one thousand seats and each night, they were filled. In those days, going to the films was something special. The cinema was a zone where folks got dressed up, went on dates, and fell in love. But today, everything has changed. There is a multiplex in each mall and the young generation watch films on their phone. But at The Scala, time has stood still. The cinema is still run by many of the same staff who have been there from the beginning. It is actually the last remaining standalone cinema left in Bangkok. And soon, its time will come to an end too.
Description: As Taipei's house price-to-income (PTI) ratio has topped the world, Taiwanese folks may work difficult all their lives but still can't afford a costly apartment. Caught up in this cash minigame of flipping properties, true estate agents hunt their goals in co-opetition, while being torn between the buyers and sellers. The movie focuses on a true estate agent husband and his painter wife, and the couple's hectic life: the husband chasing after cash with his silver tongue, while the wife producing art with her paint brush. Together, they orchestrate a landscape of Taiwan in this very century.
Description: Increasing pollution, over fishing and climate change are major threats our oceans are currently facing worldwide. This documentary follows us on our adventure as we movie devastating consequences of these harsh realities.
Description: A documentary team gains access to the 50th birthday party of László L. gypsy vajda - much, if not all of the Hungarian mafia appears at the party, seemingly without any worry about the camera filming them.
Description: Emerging from a period of withdrawal, a social recluse or ‘hikikomori’ relates her inner experiences vs the backdrop of an illuminated and restless urban environment that never sleeps.
Description: A partly dramatised documentary built around Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen’s photographs of the Newcastle terraced community, demolished to create method for the Byker Wall. Konttinen, a founder member of the Amber collective moved to Byker when the group came to NE England in 1969. She lived there until 1976, when her own flat was demolished. The movie reconstructed some of the contexts, which had already gone, creating a celebration of traditional working class culture that has been widely shown to community and general audiences, as well as in planning and architecture forums. Together with Keeping Time, the movie was one of Amber’s early image films. Others created around Konttinen’s photographs contain The Writing in the Sand (1991), Letters to Katja (1994), Today I’m With You (2010) and Song for Billy (2016).
Description: Australian artist Leon Pericles faces his best challenge: holding an exhibition of his life's works while facing the mental decline of his wife and collaborator Moira, as Alzheimer's illness turns their globe upside down.
Description: Mairéad Farrell was shot dead by the SAS in Gibraltar in 1988 along with two another unarmed members of the IRA in one of the most controversial incidents arising from the Troubles in Northern Ireland. She had just been released from prison the year before after serving ten years for causing an explosion at an hotel near Belfast. The killing of the three provoked an international outcry and eventual enquiry. Due to her youth, her gender and her stature within the IRA, Mairéad Farrell was, unsurprisingly, quickly subsumed into the pantheon of Irish republican martyrs. But behind the mythologizing and demonisation of the time, there was also a true person, a flesh and blood young girl who was prepared to slay and die for her beliefs
Description: A portrait of Jamaican-born artistic polymath Barbara Samuels. Featuring an acc of her first generation, diasporic experience in Southend and London, and her discovery of hippiedom and the private freedoms offered by entry into constructive life.
Description: British rapper and poet Akala says the storyline of roots reggae, when a group of Jamaican musicians took songs of Rastafari, revolution and hope to the international stage.
Description: The insidious power of eating disorders is swift and devastating. Sufferers are left at the mercy of risky thoughts and turbulent emotions, isolating themselves from their loved ones who struggle to protect them. This sensitive movie approaches anorexia and bulimia from a deeply private angle, revealing a family fighting to remain unified in the wake of this brutal illness.
Description: Documenting the lead up to the Swiss famous initiatives in 1989 to abolish the military, the first such famous vote in history. Showing happenings organized by the military, political discussions and a enjoy adapting a novel by Maximum Frisch, treating the issue.
Description: In the 1990s, Lee Priest was once a young, extremely talented, and promising professional bodybuilder heading straight for winner status and success. He was also an outspoken and blunt personality that broke many of the guidelines set by the professional bodybuilding league. After many fines and suspensions, Priest received a lifetime ban from professional bodybuilding. He has since made it his point to speak his truth regarding the sport of bodybuilding and the professional league - earning him a label as the dark horse of bodybuilding. For the first time ever, explore the life storyline and features of how Lee Priest went from bodybuilding's future to bodybuilding's rebel.
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