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Description: This Traveltalks entry spotlights the natural beauty of the Northwestern United States. Our first stop is Mount Saint Helen's and Spirit Lake in the state of Washington. As we admire the majesty of the scene, visitors are picnicking on the shore and canoeing on the lake. These scenes were filmed many years before the volcanic mountain erupted in 1980. We then take a boat trip on the southern shore of Alaska to see the Columbia Glacier.
Description: This travelogue starts with a brief visit to Cambridge, with views of Clare College, the town, and the Cam, as the narrator lists some of Cambridge's popular alumni. Then it's on to Oxford. First there's a survey of some of the town's rich architecture, with a look at Fresh College, Magdalen College, the university church, and central theatre. The newest history of girls students is summarized. We visit Eton, noticing the formal wear of its privileged students, then it's on to King's College for a history lesson. The Traveltalk concludes with boating on the Thames.
Description: This travelogue starts along the mighty Columbia River, which empties into the Pacific Ocean at Portland. The river passes through three dams which and the salmon have a hard task of making it up Celilo Falls, a spot where many native fishermen await. Outside of Bend, Rasmus Petersen has constructed a miniature village composed primarily of volcanic rock, semi-precious stone and petrified wood. At Crater Lake National Park, its waters and its bears are our final views in this TravelTalk.
Description: In this TravelTalk we learn that four million ethnic French, German and Italian folks live in Switzerland. The Alps and their necessary part in the country's history is noted. We view vividly-coloured alpine wildflowers which cover the mountain meadows in the spring. We see rushing mountain streams, fed by melting snows, and then learn of colorful alpine chalets and traditional wood-carving amongst another highlights.
Description: This Traveltalks series entry visits few territories in the Lake Country of northern England. The first stop is Lake Windermere, the biggest lake in England. Hawkshead, the second stop, is known for its connection to poet 'William Wordsworth', who is buried there. Next is a holiday resort on the shore of Morecambe Bay. The final destination is the ancient town of York, where we see the ruins of St. Mary's Abbey.
Description: This Traveltalk look at southern Germany starts in Berchtesgaden. After a boat ride on the Königssee and a look at the Neuschwannstein castle, we visit the village of Mittenwald, renowned for making violins, and then go to Oberammergau, where the popular Passion enjoy is performed by village residents each ten years. The last stop is a village on the shore of the Tegernsee, where we see traditional Bavarian dances performed.
Description: God’s word to Noah was to prepare NOW for a worldwide flood. God’s word to Joseph was to prepare Pharaoh and Egypt NOW for seven years of famine. God’s word to Jeremiah was to prepare the Jews NOW for seventy years of exile into Babylon. The key word in these historical examples was NOW! What does God’s Word tell for us to prepare for NOW? What are the tough choices we need to create NOW? This DVD identifies and explains the biblical prophecies that were written ages ago for THIS GENERATION! It includes necessary lessons from the NOW Prophecies book.
Description: This Traveltalk visits Zeeland, a province of the Netherlands. Traditional costumes and architecture abound and cleanliness is a hallmark of local life. They paint their houses each year and Saturday is the nice cleaning day. Dog carts are widely used. Zeeland is the richest agricultural province of the Netherlands and specializes in dairy farming with production of cheese and butter. Most of the land has been recovered land from the sea where you actually search actually fields and fruit trees.
Description: In this Traveltalks series entry, we visit a region in Guatemala where the native Indian tribes live like their ancestors, without using most of the benefits of modern man. They not only grow their own vegetables and catch animals to eat, they also cultivate the plants they need to weave fabrics and create natural dyes from different berries and seeds.
Description: Zion National Park, Utah, is our destination in this TravelTalk. Amongst another sights, we view the seven-hundred foot long Arch of Zion. To deliever human access to the park, boy made structures are just as spectacular in their engineering accomplishments; these contain the Mount Carmel Highway and Tunnel, and Zion Lodge.
Description: A look primarily at the beauty of the countryside and seacoast, starting at Carrick-a-Rede Island then on to Enniskillen, the cathedral at Downpatrick, an appreciation of Medieval Irish craft and architecture, visits to a peat farm and the ruins of Castle Dunluce, and the pastoral beauty of County Down. There we visit the resort seacoast city of Bangor. It's on to Cushendun in County Antrim and finishing at the Giant's Causeway as we examine fascinating rock formations and the mysteries of creation.
Description: „Who is saving whom?“ is not just other bank rescue and Euro rescue film. It reveals much more what it is that all the “rescues” hide, right up to the show day tragedy of Greece. The radical alteration of society in Europe. The transformation of personal debt into public debt which has been papered over and presented as a “rescue” has not only driven democracy to absurdity. It has shaken societies which consider themselves socialist societies with rule of law to their foundations. No one formulates this better in the movie than Mario Draghi, who as a one time vice president of Goldman Sachs and show president of he ECB steers the economies in the Euro area: “The European social model is history”. “Saving the Euro will cost a lot of money. That means we will have to take leave of the European social model”. For seven years actually the rescue is taking zone with the support of hundreds of Billions of public money.
Description: The first half of this Traveltalk entry is spent in the city of Bath, where we learn about the long history and architecture of the area. We then go to the coastal resort cities of Teignmouth and Torquay.
Description: OWNED presents the 50 year history of the law-spurning tech tradition of hacking. This vibrant movement gained momentum in the 1960s with Captain Crunch and smartphone phreaking and actually contains annual DefCon hacker conventions in Las Vegas (an amusing highlight of these is the fun minigame "Spot the Fed"). Kevin Mittnick, dubbed by the Fresh York Times "FBI's Most Wanted Cybercriminal" speaks for the first time about the crimes that lead to his conviction. Misanthropic hacker Fuqrag casually wreaks havoc on government sites from a claustrophobic trailer in an anonymous trailer park.
Description: First surfacing in 1954, the Gill-Man from CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON has been one of the most influential screen monsters. This documentary fondly recalls the history of the 3-D horror movie - which spawned few sequels and countless imitators - and the behind-the-scenes storyline of its making as said by cast and crew.
Description: In 1973 Roberto Saldivar was arrested and imprisoned in an old Salpetermine in northern Chile. The mine was used as concentrationcamp for political prisoners. 20 years soon he returned to confront his memories. He has lived there since. Alone.
Description: This Traveltalk series entry visits few territories on the Riviera on the coast of France. Stops contain Villefranche, which boasts an artist colony; Níce, with its resorts favored by tourists; and a casino in Cannes.
Description: Vermin Supreme is no ordinary presidential candidate. Promising a gratis pony for each American, a totally funded time travel research program, and unprecedented zombie preparedness initiatives for a fresh American Republic, he truly is the people's candidate and the friendly fascist par excellence. "Who Is Vermin Supreme? An Outsider Odyssey" follows Vermin Supreme's raucous 2012 campaign from the Rainbow Gathering in the the Cherokee National Forest to the Democratic and Republican National Conventions to Occupy Wall Road protests, and all the method to heart of the American Empire in Washington, DC. From the unsettling gravitas of marauding riot police to the unbridled joy of songs sung for police officers and pranks played on anti-abortion fanatics, "Who Is Vermin Supreme?" is certain to present you America as you've never seen it before.
Description: One man's dream of bringing a European cow in his picturesque village in Azerbaijan unsettles the conservative community that wants to hold their secular traditions intact.
Description: In this short, introduced by Harry von Zell, Johnny Green and His Orchestra favour us with "Dinah," "Swanee River" and "Rhythm Is Our Business" amongst another selections.
Description: Orson Welles — with contributions from scientists George Wald, Carl Sagan, and others — examines the chance and implications of extraterrestrial life. In examining our perceptions of alien 'martians' from his "War of the Worlds" broadcast, to then-modern explorations of Mars, this movie from NASA provides a special glimpse at life on earth, and elsewhere in the universe.
Description: In Peru, the national gastronomy, regarded as one of the biggest in the world, is at the heart of a movement of identity renewal. Charming because of its authenticity, despite its tons of influences, it is a real national pride as shown by the cultural and identity claims linked to it. Through different characters, we will trace the history, the mixed origins, the dishes and the favorite ingredients of this cooking style.
Description: ‘De Verrekijker’ basic school in Katwijk provides education for some 150 kids from the local reception centre for refugees. The inspired teachers’ ultimate challenge is to offer these kids a secure haven and create their school days as ordinary as possible. At first glance, De Verrekijker looks like a normal Dutch basic school. However, the men and women are kids of rejected asylum seekers. Headmaster Toon and the teachers do all they can to give them the greatest education. Yet every morning they worry if any pupil has been forced to leave the country. After a series of deportations it becomes increasingly hard to deliever the kids with a secure haven. The case escalates when a group of Syrian men fleeing fight arrive at the school.
Description: Comic cowboy piano user Ray Mayer and blonde singer Edith Evans perform "Henry's Made a Lady out of Lizzie," "It All Belongs to Me," "Sleep, Tiny One, Sleep" and "Side by Side."
Description: A short documentary on the production of rayon, shot in Torviscosa (Italy). It portrays the production of this fresh synthetic fabric in the tiny city of Torviscosa, entirely built following strict fascist canons.
Description: Join Dr. Javid Abdelmoneim, a British emergency response doctor, inside a Doctors Without Borders Ebola treatment center in Kalilahun, Sierra Leone as the epidemic escalated dramatically in fall 2014. Attached to the doctors’ goggles, cameras designed to enter the “hot zone” of the facility reveal for the first time the realities of battling an unprecedented outbreak. Dr. Abdelmoneim, along with local and international colleagues, wars for the survival of his patients, and supports families reunite or cope with overwhelming loss.
Description: Ben Steele’s ORPHANS OF EBOLA follows Abu, a 12-year-old man from a Sierra Leone village, who loses eight members of his family and gotta reset his life elsewhere. Filmed over a period of four months, beginning just after the height of the epidemic in Dec. 2014 through the reopening of the country’s schools in April 2015, Abu’s storyline illustrates the wonderful bravery of the thousands of kids who have been orphaned by Ebola as they reconcile with the past and forge fresh lives.
Description: Malou Von Sivers is the hostess of a famous Swedish talk present in which she quizzes popular folks about their public and personal lives. Through the noted Swedish actor Erland Josephson, Malou extended an invitation to the legendary -- and notoriously reclusive -- director Ingmar Bergman to appear on her show. To Malou's surprise, Bergman agreed, under the condition that Josephson appear on the present with him. In the course of this 52-minute interview, Bergman discusses his private life rather than his films, shedding light on his temper, his mood swings, his issues with women, his marriage, and the trials of his advancing age. The interview was soon re-edited into expanded form for international release as Malou Meets Ingmar Bergman and Erland Josephson. The documentary was screened at the 2000 Cannes Movie Festival.
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