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Description: From the beginning, LA punk band the Circle Jerks were rooted in controversy. Formed by ex members of Black Flag and Red Cross (now Redd Kross) in late 1979, the band came to encapsulate the image, sound and energy of California Hardcore Punk. Filmmaker David Markey (1991: The Year Punk Broke, The Slog Movie) mixes in-depth interviews, rare live footage and historical perspective to illustrate the storyline of one of the most influential bands in the American underground. My Career as a Jerk follows the band from their early days and classic debut to navigating the independent label and touring stage of the 80s to the addictions, wars and injuries that forced their break up. Of course the storyline doesn't quite end there.
Description: "A motion picture composed of brief diaristic scenes not used in finished movies from the years 1960-2000; and self-referential video footage taped during the editing. Brief glimpses of family, friends, girl-friends, the City, seasons of the year, travels. Occasionally I talk, reminisce, or enjoy melody I taped during those earlier years, plus more newest piano improvisations by Auguste Varkalis. It's a type of autobiographical, diaristic poem, celebration of happiness and life. I consider myself a satisfied man." - Jonas Mekas
Description: Featuring interviews from major cast and team members, along with 200 fanatics from across the country, this documentary says the entire storyline of this nice and one of a type television show.
Description: Three-part movie about the Dutch painter and poet Lucebert who died in 1994. Director Johan van der Keuken made three short movies about his mate and inspiration Lucebert. The black-and-white movie Lucebert, dichter-schilder was shot in 1962 on a very weak budget. In 1967 Een movie voor Lucebert was released. Unlike Van der Keuken's first movie about Lucebert, this one had a political message. It is a movie for an artist about the world. Lucebert died in May 1994. A reaction to his death is contained in Als je weet waar ik ben zoek me dan. In this film, shot in Lucebert's studio, the presence of the artist is evoked once more through his absence. In Lucebert, Time and Farewell, Van der Keuken puts the three movies together into a fresh entity that exploits the tension between changing and standing still over a period of 32 years.
Description: Witness the nice power and the unimaginable destruction of explosive volcanoes, ground-buckling earthquakes, and deadly tornadoes as you head into the field with scientists who risk their lives exploring the origins and behaviors of these fearsome natural disasters.
Description: Explore the Alchemy, Tantra, and Kabbalah hidden in the Mysteries of Adam and Eve. Temptation. The serpent. The expulsion from Paradise. Archetypal stories that have moved millions of human beings: but who has understood their true meaning? Theories abound, but humanity remains suffering in the wilderness. Now, the Esoteric Doctrine upon which all the globe s nice religions are grounded is revealed.
Description: This detail length documentary explores the ravages of American suburban sprawl, what America has lost as a result, and the perils we face if we don't change the method in which we build our cities. Americans have been lulled into a false sense of safety by cheap energy that has allowed us to spread endlessly into our landscape. We are trapped behind the wheels of our automobiles. With the demand for oil outpacing the Earth's ability to supply it, this suburban living arrangement will fail. America's love affair with the automobile is unsustainable and, like Nero, we are fiddling away, confident that tomorrow will be as promising as today. The wake up call is coming.
Description: An in-depth, no-holds barred documentary that explores the life of one of Britain’s brightest sport stars. Cameras follow Wiggins as he takes on some of Europe’s toughest races and tries to balance his professional and private life. With exclusive access to those closest to him, the movie captures the boy behind all the headlines and sporting achievements, from his arduous training schedule that sees him taken away from his family for months at a time to struggling to cope with enormous media pressure.
Description: Laurie Ann Gibson, one of the world's top choreographers, presents this fresh dance instructional sensation. Over the course of the program, Gibson "breaks it down" for you and supports you develop your dance skills step by step at an easy-to-follow pace. From primary through advanced moves seen only in today's hottest melody videos and movies, Gibson will give you the style, skills and confidence to dance just like a superstar.
Description: Inspired by Skateistan, Afghanistan's first skateboarding school, this emotional feature-length documentary is a adventure deep into the lives of Afghanistan's urban youth. It chronicles the efforts of a grass-roots organization to build the first skate hall in Kabul, follows the first international team of pro skaters on their visit to Afghanistan, and says a tale of the irrepressible hope found within a nation's children.
Description: The San Francisco stage in 1967-68. Documentary about hippies shot during the height of the movement . Viewpoints from many kinds of people. Melody by Steve Miller Band, Mother Earth, Quicksilver Messenger Service and others.
Description: “Where We Danced” is the first in a three-part series that chronicles the evolution of American social dance. It says the storyline of America’s dance through the lives of the dancers who shaped the art form as well as the territories they danced. The storyline starts on the plantations where African and Western European culture collided to make America’s first truly indigenous social dance, the cakewalk. It continues through to 1930’s Harlem showing how dance helped shape famous culture in America and around the world. Over the decades dance has set trends in fashion and sexuality, giving the youth of the 20th century a voice to define itself from the rigidness of the Victorian era . It also gave African-Americans a means of expression when all others had been taken away.
Description: Pilão Arcado was a Brazilian city. Dona Pequenita never left the zone where she was born. From a past submerged by the waters of the dam what remains are words, songs, ruins loaded with memories.
Description: Celebrated filmmaker and photographer Cheryl Dunn turns her lens on the pioneers and masters of Fresh York road photography. Dunn profiles artists spanning six decades, including Bruce Davidson, Mary Ellen Mark, Jill Freedman, Jeff Mermelstein and Martha Cooper, revealing that these shooters are as colorful and special as the topics they’ve relentlessly documented. Everybody Road explores the passion that compelled Freedman to spend years riding in team vehicles during the most violent years in the city; Bruce Gilden’s drive to thrust his camera in people’s faces to capture a moment; and Martha Cooper’s dedication to chasing graffiti on passing subway vehicles in the Bronx. The movie is a definitive look at the iconic visionaries of this often imitated art form.
Description: John Ware adventures to Israel for a new look at how it has responded to the changes sweeping the region in the wake of the Arab Spring. He meets Israelis from all walks of life to go beyond the news clichés and analyse what is next for the world's only Jewish state as both the religious and the secular war over its future.
Description: It was a milestone of movie as activism, cinema as movement in Japan’s context. Adachi and Wakamatsu went to Beirut on the method back from the Cannes Movie Festival. There, in collaboration with the Red Units members and PFLP, they produced this newsreel movie depicting the daily activities of Arab guerrillas as a cinematic narrative on the globe revolution
Description: How do you capture the essence of Scotland in just one film? You invite folks from all across the country to submit their special visions in a mass participation project and combine them into a poignant, thrilling, moving, and often very funny impressionistic self portrait of contemporary Scotland.
Description: While researching their subject’s life for their detail My Life and Times With Antonin Artaud, co-directors/writers Gerard Mordillat and Jerome Prieur made a documentary on the famed French actor/writer/poet who died in 1948 at the age of 50
Description: An operating theatre takes on aspects of an alien autopsy as a surgical robot performs a delicate procedure on a human patient. Travelling through the body as if it were an undiscovered seascape, we see human anatomy in shades of blue, as a visceral, undulating unknown. Science fiction collides with scientific fact in this probing contrast between difficult and soft, clinical accuracy and human vulnerability. Angie Driscoll
Description: If you are born disabled in Ghana, West Africa you are likely to be poisoned, or left to die by your family; and if you are not poisoned or left for dead, you're likely to be hidden away in a room; and if you're not hidden, you are destined to spend your lifetime begging on the streets. Of the twenty million folks in Ghana, two million are disabled. This is the storyline of one disabled boy whose mission-and purpose- is to change all that forever. In Emmanuel's Gift, filmmakers Lisa Lax and Nancy Stern have uncovered a storyline as compelling as it is important. Narrated by Oprah Winfrey, the movie chronicles the life of Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, a young Ghanaian boy born with a severely deformed right leg, who today, vs incalculable odds, is opening minds, hearts and doors-and effecting social and political change throughout his country.
Description: Part classical, part avant-garde, part flamenco, the legendary piano duo Katia and Marielle Labèque are almost impossible to label. The Labèque method follows the special pianists as they trace their Spanish roots testing Ravel's Bolero accomplishing with Basque percussion, premiering a daring fresh concert they had been commissioned, and taking part in the most diverse artistic and private adventures. Featuring mates and collaborators as Sir Simon Rattle, Semyon Bichkov and Alessandro Baricco among others, the movie contains nice performances of pieces by Mozart, Schubert, Ravel, Albeniz, Golijov and Gershwin.
Description: Is it a bird, is it a plane? No, is the legend of Sanchicorrota a XV century bandit who stole from the rich and give to the poor. The find for his prints and his lost memory, between history and myth, just find, and there is little, shepherds, sheep, hunters, movie sets, a military base...
Description: Us to the fascinating, disturbing, ghostly figure of Paulo de Figueiredo, professional mercenary soldier, from the sixties, played the hired liquidator task in diverse corners of the world.
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This is a 2 disc celebration of Hammer's best rival, Amicus, founded by Maximum J. Rosenberg (the cash man) and Milton Subotsky (the writer/producer). The current documentary is essentially hosted by actor Geoffrey Bayldon, with most of the 3 hour-plus running time focusing on surviving cast and team members, following some background notification on the two producers. Greatest remembered for their anthology features, there is short shrift given to another category efforts, and barely a mention of such offbeat games as "The Deadly Bees" (1966), "Danger Route" (1967), or "The Mind of Mr. Soames" (1969). We do receive to hear from such directors as Peter Duffell ("The House That Dripped Blood"), Stephen Weeks ("I, Monster"), Kevin Connor ("From Beyond the Grave"), and Paul Annett ("The Beast Gotta Die"), owing to the newest passing of the more prolific Freddie Francis and Roy Ward Baker. We receive particularly interesting glimpses of Barbara Ewing ("Torture Garden," "Dracula Has Risen from the Grave") and Angela Pleasence, who now worked with lookalike father Donald Pleasence in "From Beyond the Grave" (and is afraid by horror films!). There are anecdotes about stars like Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Jack Palance, Burgess Meredith, and hero users such as Bernard Lee, Herbert Lom, and Patrick Magee, but only minute name dropping for Michael Gough, Nigel Green, or Anton Diffring. Uneven at best, but certainly worth a look for avid fanatics of Britain's Golden Age of Horror (now if only someone would do this for Tigon!). Premium details are a 1983 on camera interview with Peter Cushing lasting 53 minutes, plus his 1990 broadcast of THE HUMAN FACTOR (25 minutes), where he discusses both his childhood and his beloved late wife Helen, who had passed away in 1971.
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