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Description: Oak Tree: Nature's Best Survivor. In this landmark fresh BBC documentary, entomologist George McGavin takes us on a fascinating adventure through a year in the life of a 400-year-old oak tree.
Description: This feature-length documentary says the wonderful storyline of Ernest Dufault, a.k.a. Will James, a French-Canadian boy who became one of the most legendary cowboys of the American West. For over 30 years, as he went from cattle rustler to ex-convict, he managed to hold his secret. And when he took up the pen, he became a Hollywood legend. Watch this compelling exploration of the strong attraction the West still holds for young adventurers.
Description: French movie and WWII historian Sylvie Lindeperg analyzes Alain Resnais's seminal 1956 film, "Night and Fog", and attempts to zone it in the context of the historical treatment of WWII, and specifically of the Holocaust, in the decade following those harrowing events. Oddly, she argues that the photos of Resnais's popular movie are "powerless", in her words.
Description: Richard Feynman was a scientific genius with - in his words - a "limited intelligence". This dichotomy is just one of the characteristics that made him a fascinating subject. The Pleasure of Finding Things Out exposes us to many more of these intriguing attributes by featuring an extensive conversation with the acclaimed Nobel Prize winner. During the course of the interview, which was conducted in 1981, Feynman uses the undeniable power of the private to convey otherwise challenging scientific theories. His colourful and lucid stories create abstract ideas tangible, and his warm presence is sure to inspire interest and awe from even the most reluctant student of science. His insights are profound, but his delivery is anything but dry and ostentatious.
Description: In the summer of 1953, the Canadian government relocated seven Inuit families from Northern Québec to the High Arctic. They were promised an abundance of minigame and fish - in short, a better life. The government assured the Inuit that if things didn't work out, they should return home after two years. Two years later, other 35 folks joined them. It would be thirty years before any of them saw their ancestral lands again. Abandoned in flimsy tents, the Inuit were left to fend for themselves in the desolate settlements of Resolute Bay and Grise Fiord, where the sea was nearly everytime frozen and darkness reigned for months on end. Suffering from hunger, extreme cold, sickness, alcoholism and poverty, Québec's Inuit had become the victims of a government privacy supposedly designed to return them to their "native state". Evidence points to the government's want to strengthen Canada's sovereignty in the Arctic as testing a part in the decision to relocate.
Description: James Billie is the charismatic, controversial leader of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, an alligator wrestler, a Grammy-nominated record artist, and the father of Indian gaming. He also sits at the head of one of the largest gaming operations in the world. And you've never heard of him, until now.
Description: After shooting more short movies and documentaries, Deschanel wrote, directed and shot Trains, a short movie that won the Silver Bear at the 1976 Berlin Movie Festival. Trains is an exquisitely filmed short format documentary on passenger trains throughout the course of one day.
Description: In a historical vegetable garden on a Dutch estate, the 85 year-old pruning master and the gardener tend to the espaliers. As they prune, the boys chat about food, the weather, the globe and they share their knowledge of horticulture. Fifteen years they have spent working on the pear arbour. Will it finally close over this year?
Description: Florida, 1994. Artist Mike Diana is convicted on an obscenity charge in the wake of an undercover police officer buying his limited edition zine Boiled Angel. Here is the very unusual storyline of what led to this First Amendment debacle event for the first time in the United States.
Description: A rare archival short, Queens at Heart follows four shockingly courageous pre-Stonewall trans women, Misty, Vicky, Sonja, and Simone. They go out as girls at night, but live as boys during the day, take hormones, and dream of “going for a change.” Subjected to a six-month psychological project, and cross-examined by dubious “experts” all four girls are incredibly captivating subjects—whether being interrogated or partying at the ball.
Description: About the history of the Dominican Republic's visual arts from the perspective of color given by the incidence of light in the island, alongside the historical happenings that defined its master artists.
Description: Girls from three separate Ju/'hoan bands have gathered at a mangetti grove at !O to enjoy an intense minigame in which under-tones of social and private tensions become apparent.
Description: The documentary shows the 450 years of the rich history of the town of Rio de Janeiro and its profound transformations, using archive images, 3D simulations and testimonials.
Description: Set in a tiny city in the region of Tamil Nadu, in southern India, the movie follows the days and works of a hijra family. Silky, Mahima, Trisha, Durga, Kuyili, Priyanka, Vasundhara and Yamuna, under the firm security of their guru Lakshmi Ma, deliver snippets of their marginal but sovereign existence. From a millenia-old sacred tradition to getting by each second, "Guru" composes with them a poem of intertwined voices in which the globe is a tough playground, where the third gender is primarily the resistance force of a life shared.
Description: In this movie we demonstrate atheists know God deep down despite professing the contrary. First, we present different proofs including scientific studies which indicate there are no atheists. Second, we present atheism renders primary things everybody agrees on meaningless. It is proved that atheism is unable to acc for the validity of reason, empirical observation, the chance of knowledge, moral absolutes, the uniformity of nature, the laws of logic, and human dignity. In fact, these problems render atheism impossible. We argue since atheists assume these things this means they are not atheists but closet believers.
Description: A tourist's view of Ontario, with superb visuals of the province's lakes and rivers, and a delightful tip of simple summer days, vacations, and boating. Viewers fish for salmon, idle their boats through the locks, and watch sailboats and steamships travel the Nice Lakes vs a background of granite rock and craggy coastlines.
Description: A moving record of a natural disaster, Volcano documents the result of a sudden volcanic eruption on the small island of Haimaey, off the coast of Iceland. Blasts of flame, clouds of black smoke and showers of rock erupt from the screen in a poignant portrait of a stricken town.
Description: This tool consists of unedited responses to questions presented to G. Edward Griffin by a camera team creating a documentary on the U.S. Constitution. In this session, he answers the most hard questions imaginable in the fields of political and social science. The depth and clarity of his response is amazing, especially considering he is speaking extemporaneously without benefit of script or notes. In an era when many folks are just actually waking up to the WHAT of actual events, here are problems for the brain that go far beyond that shallow pool into the deep water of WHY and HOW.
Description: A multi-generational portrait of pioneering Punjabi-Mexican families who settled, a century ago, in Southern California's Imperial Valley. Through the test of found footage, archival and family photographs, private and public documents, Jayasri Majumdar Hart says the touching and inspirational storyline of a community that grew out of a struggle for economic survival in the face of prejudice.
Description: Paul McCartney: Movin' On takes viewers inside the personal globe of one of the most celebrated musicians of all time. Go backstage and join Beatle Paul McCartney and his band as they prepare for their 1992 Fresh Globe Tour and recording. Sit in on recording sessions at Abbey Street and tour the popular Beatle's studio. Play exclusive interviews and live performances. Highlights contain footage of McCartney rehearsing "Penny Lane" and "Drive My Car." Another works featured on the movie contain "Hope of Deliverance", "C'mon People", "Off the Ground", "Get Out of My Way", and "Looking for Changes".
Description: Totally authorized, access-all-areas detail doc on the hugely charismatic and globally adored Usain Bolt – officially the fastest boy alive. With never-before-seen archive footage of his youth in Jamaica, through to original footage that will be captured at his fourth and final Olympic Minigames in Rio, where he will compete for the gold in both the 100 and 200 metres races, for a third straight Minigames before his retirement in 2017. I AM BOLT will reveal the boy and define the legacy of this wonderful athlete.
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