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Description: This short documentary says the storyline of Tony Chachai, a young Aboriginal boy in find of his identity. Moved by the desire to reconnect with his Atikamekw roots, he delivers a touching testimony on the adventure that brought him closer to his family and community. On the verge of becoming a father himself, he becomes increasingly aware of the richness of his heritage and celebrates it by dancing in a powwow.
Description: Capturing the heart of a movement that is constantly evolving is difficult. How do you capture Spirit? Defend The Sacred is a short documentary that attempts to capture the spirit of Indigenous folks at Standing Rock.
Description: An experimental documentary that reflects on the various kinds of relationship between mother and daughters, and the position of girls in the family, in a hybrid, disjointed but everytime involving way. Produced over a period of four years, Bred and Born emerges from two parallel strands: a women's discussion group about mother-daughter relations at a community centre in East London, and interviews conducted with four generations of working-class girls from one family in the East End.
Description: You should be forgiven for mistaking Charlie Siem for James Bond. Whether he's driving an orange Porsche to his cliff-top Monaco mansion, ordering martinis or looking suave in a designer suit, he is a boy on a mission. It isn't to hunt down SPECTRE, but to search perfection in everything he does. Whether it's performing on stage, recording albums, or choosing a suit, Charlie demands the best, of himself and others. Despite an entourage dubbed ‘Charlie's Angels', he's lonesome, and complains that folks can't relate to him. Danish filmmaker Eva Mulvad, with patience and panache, delves into this life of privilege to search commonalities of ambition and desire.
Description: 2nd October, 2010. AFL Grand Final, Collingwood Magpies Versus St Kilda Saints. Final score: Collingwood 16.12 (108) - St Kilda 7.10 (52) The victory was the fifteenth VFL/AFL premiership won by Collingwood in its 114 years in the league. It was Collingwood's first premiership since 1990, only its second since 1958. It was the ninth time that Collingwood won both the premiership and the minor premiership in the same year, but the first time since 1930. It was also Collingwood's second consecutive premiership to be won in October. It was the third premiership won by Michael Malthouse as a coach, having previously won with the West Coast Eagles in 1992 and 1994. With its loss, St Kilda became the first squad since Collingwood in 2002 and 2003 to finish runners-up twice in a row.
Description: 6th October, 1990. AFL Grand Final, Collingwood Magpies Versus Essendon Bombers. Final score: Collingwood 13.11 (89) - Essendon 5.11 (41). The 1990 AFL Grand Final was an Australian guidelines football minigame contested between the Collingwood Football Club and the Essendon Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on 6 October 1990. It was the 94th annual Grand Final of the Australian Football League (formerly the Victorian Football League), staged to determine the premiers for the 1990 AFL season. The match, attended by 98,944 spectators, was won by Collingwood by a margin of 48 points, marking that club's 14th premiership victory.
Description: Painter Zdzisław Beksiński, his wife Zofia and their son Tomasz, a well-known radio journalist and translator, were a typical and unconventional family, both at the same time. One of the father’s obsessions was filming himself and his family members. Using archival footage only, shot primarily by Zdzisław, as well many another materials, which have not been presented anywhere so far, the movie says a tragic storyline of the Beksińskis that has never ceased to fascinate Polish filmmakers.
Description: Description by D.A Pennebaker: "This film is something of a mystery. Timothy Leary was getting married to a model called Nena Von Schlebrugge up in Millbrook, Fresh York at the Hitchcock house, where Leary had been carrying on his hallucinogenic revelries for the past year or so after leaving Harvard. It was rumored that this was going to be the wedding of the season, the wedding of Mr. And Mrs. Swing as Cab Calloway place it. Blackwood took me downtown to meet Monte Rock III who was singing at Trudy Heller’s but who was also a very pricey and off-the-wall hairdresser and was in fact going to be doing the bride’s hair. Nena’s brother, Bjorn, known as the “Baron” was a mate of the Hitchcock’s, as was I, and the concept of going along and filming the wedding seemed not unwarranted. I’ve everytime wanted to movie someone getting married."
Description: It is difficult to search a family home where all the members have gone to live their separate lives in various parts of the world. Travelling between various continents, the director visits divorced parents and their fresh partners and also meets her sister who decided to join an alternative community. Their family exists on archival movies and photographs only. Is it still possible to place it all together vs all odds?
Description: Pole, who are you? This movie collage that combines archival and contemporary materials, documentary and staged pictures, press reports, social announcements, sale offers and speech excerpts is an attempt to respond this question. Referring to the Polish tradition of a constructive documentary in the style of Wojciech Wiszniewski, the movie presents different manifestations of Polishness: patriotic and religious rituals, daily traditions as well as characteristic landscapes or intimate memories from childhood.
Description: Look at a crumbling hippie commune in California. In the words of Ed Pincus: "It was the Summer of Love, 1967. The Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco was to be the center of a vast cultural experiment. Ideologically it was an attempt at a post-industrial society, where folks no longer required to work and communities of choice allowed folks to “do their own thing.” David Neuman and I set off to movie what happened that summer. We decided to do what we thought would be a movie about a rural commune, because that seemed to be the apotheosis of hippie ideals. What we found was a bizarre replication of bourgeois society—the sun rose on the nothing new. We decided to test an anecdotal editing style with an attempt to enforce a narrative line."
Description: In the Californian part of the Sonoran desert, in the close vicinity of military bases, there is a “wild” city named Slab Town inhabited by the refugees from the American Dream. Of various age, they brought with them different stories, but all chose freedom, even for the price of the most primary comforts. The only zone equipped with electricity is a makeshift Internet café run by Rob which serves “the greatest coffee in the neighbourhood”.
Description: Born in Minas Gerais, who lived in Rio de Janeiro, leaving behind a destiny of becoming a farmer, Antonio Carlos de Brito (1944-1987) chose the poetry and became Cacaso, one of the leaders of the marginal poetry movement, the war of the mimeograph vs the military dictatorship in the 1970s. A professor that talked about anything but literature, Cacaso fulfilled notebooks not only with poems but also reflections, drawings and collages, immersed in the purest multimedia expression, long before the internet. He also approached to melody and became a lyricist and partner of songwriters such as Elton Medeiros, Edu Lobo, Francis Hime, Sueli Costa and Joyce.
Description: In the vast wilderness of Alaska the world is changing, threatening the history and culture of native peoples, natural landscapes, and the habitats of wild life. Between World and Sky examines how climate change is rapidly affecting Alaska, and will later affect us all.
Description: In 1969 Fresh Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison prosecuted only trial for the murder of John F Kennedy. Although the defendant, Clay Shaw, was acquitted, he committed perjury and the central charge, that he conspired to murder the President in his role as a CIA operative was given added weight when after his death it was admitted by the CIA that he worked for them. Garrison's situation was the basis for the epochal movie JFK by Oliver Stone which did more than any another medium before or since to shatter the facade carefully constructed by the Warren Commission and its sycophants. This film, a labour of love for multiple Emmy Award champion John Barbour is a damning indictment of the American Media for its crucifixion of both himself and Garrison. Like everything else connected with this situation you the truth is only said by the dedicated and the independent. John's movie shows that the establishment media is neither.
Description: Going behind the doors of the personal globe of a residential rehabilitation centre in Somerset, this strong documentary uncovers what is done to support folks beat their addictions and begin rebuilding their lives, through a series of intimate encounters at Broadway Lodge. From Phillip Wood, the movie maker behind the acclaimed documentary Chasing Dad: A Lifelong Addiction, we meet folks who come from various cases and parts of the UK who all have one thing in common: to seek a fresh beginning here. Observing the relationships formed between staff, clients and their families, the movie explores how desperate and hard it is for folks to transform themselves when funding is scarce and emotions are running high.
Description: Today, you're more likely to go to prison in the United States than anywhere else in the world. So in the unfortunate situation it could happen to you - this is the Survivors Tutorial to Prison.
Description: Over the course of 2 years, a police officer turned filmmaker and his wife traveled the United States and brought together experts and current/former law-enforcement officers in an effort to discover the highly secretive and socially taboo subject of what the officer experiences in the wake of an officer-involved shooting.
Description: Warsaw is becoming a meeting zone for folks from various corners of the world, of various ages, with various life stories. What they have in common is a feeling of being lost and a dire need to run away from their solitude. The movie shows an photo of a contemporary town from couchsurfers’ perspective.
Description: Whenever a mother asks, there is an obligation to look for an answer, whatever it takes… Spurred by the economic crisis, with no job, with no projects in sight and unable to afford the due payments on my mortgage, I leave my house in the town and go back to the village where I was born, to my octogenarian parents’ home. My mother does not understand what is event and is looking for answers that I gotta find, even if I need to tramp half of the world.
Description: A flighty, dull peek at the underground marijuana distribution system of the early 1970s, finished with tie dye, VW buses and a soft-focused romp through fields of hemp at sunset. Stereotypically '70s in almost each fashion, it's shot on cheap stock with a terrible soundtrack, boring topics and jumpy editing. It's interesting in a purely historical sense, as we receive a cute nice concept of where law enforcement stood in regards to the substance a decade before Nancy Reagan instituted the fight on drugs, but viewers out for a bit more insight are due to be sorely disappointed. It's cool to see the narrator reach out of a moving vehicle to grab a fistful of buds off of a roadside plant, but that's about the extent of the excitement. (IMDb)
Description: Thirteen intelligence agents who have worked on secret missions for Frances DGSE say their accounts of recruitment, training, and their fears and victories of acting undercover, as well as the results on their personal and private lives.
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While this movie is rated R, I strongly suggest you see it with your teens. Yes, there is some VERY intense footage of plastic surgery which necessitates the rating--but the movie is well worth it. After all, how can children understand how insidious our society's messages are if we sugarcoat it?! Plus, these messages bombard them constantly. Children dying from eating disorders, perfectly normal looking teens getting plastic surgery and variety of self-hatred are all issues that are addressed in this documentary--and how the insane standards of today create these issues like an epidemic.The movie consists, among another things, of lots and lots of interviews. My daughter and I were now surprised just how many there were and all the problem the filmmakers went to in order to receive them--such as trips to London and Milan to follow a very screwed up mother and daughter on their quest to turn her into an ultra-chi runway model. Additionally, it was surprising how many folks in the fashion and cosmetic industry were willing to be filmed. However, one of the interviewees (from US Magazine) seemed incredibly hypocritical when she complained about the actual obsession with beauty--considering that IS cute much all you see in the publication.Overall, this is a very nice documentary. Even though the narration and look of the movie looked a bit rough, the message really hit home. The complaints I have are all very minor (such as mentioning America in the title, as shallowness and an obsession with looks is not just an American problem). Well worth seeing and necessary for your children to see. In fact, don't just present the movie to them--talk about it with them.
As a person who had an eating disorder as a college student, I can only tell this movie was incredibly strong for me! I am actually a mother with teenage daughters and I think everyone in America could see this documentary. The first thing I did when it was over was call my daughters and say them, "you are pretty just the method you are." Our beauty obsessed culture is destroying the lives of girls (and men) as we are seeking more and more beauty in women. When you see the result American media had on Fiji, you cannot deny the hurt it plays in our culture. This movie has changed me, and I hope others, for sure. Loved it!
As a previous reviewer stated, this is not a polished gem. It does jump frequently from one sub-topic to another, but the beauty thread is everytime there. Personally, the breadth of the movie didn't bother me. I think an in depth detail on one aspect of our perception of beauty would be boring. There are many points made in this movie that are very interesting; things that I hadn't thought about before. It's simple to tell things like "Models are model(s) because they are beautiful, that is their job and there is nothing wrong with that" and more hard to see that often the requirements for a model's dimensions are unhealthy standards, which many girls strive to achieve. I think the audience that should benefit the most from the message of this movie is the teenage girl, but it's a nice movie for the parents of those women as well, so that they may have more awareness to tutorial their children.
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