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Description: Learn everything you need to know about modern physics with this comprehensive course. The tool examines the discoveries and laws developed after the Industrial Revolution, when fresh paradigms arose to explain the universe. Subject contain the discovery of the electron, the principle of quantum physics, chaos theory, Einstein's theories of unique and general relativity, wave-particle duality and the uncertainty principle, quarks and more.
Description: Mysterious and only superficially explored by generations of the native Aborigines, Australia's Nice Barrier Reef is one of the world's most extraordinary natural life systems. Twelve hundred miles long and made up of coral, it is the Earth's biggest structure built by living things, in some territories extending 120 miles into the sea. So many varieties of life call the reef home that more than a dozen species can be found within any square meter of its surface. This IMAX movie brilliantly captures the visual splendor of this environment with splendid underwater photography typical of the format. Sharks, sea turtles, anemones, and the coral itself are the living topics of the camera's probing eye. Overall, this documentary is a comprehensive look at this long-studied web of life that leaves a lasting impression of its depth and beauty.
Description: A compilation of performances recorded between 1967 and 1970 -- including the Monterey Pop Festival and Woodstock -- this Janis Joplin tribute captures the blues singer at the height of her explosive powers as an artist and rock 'n' roll icon. Highlights contain "Summertime" and "Ball and Chain" at the Monterey Pop Festival; "Work Me, Lord" at the Woodstock Festival; as well as performances of "Coming Home," "Piece of My Heart" and "Down on Me."
Description: Two-part documentary on Japan at war, examining the Japanese treatment of Allied prisoners of war. Turning Vs the West Using Japanese archive footage and interviews with both prisoners and their guards, this movie investigates why, having treated their POW's comparatively well during Globe Fight I, their attitudes had altered so dramatically by Globe Fight II Death Before Surrender Conclusion of a two-part documentary on Japan at war, examining why, when the Second Globe Fight turned vs Japan, so many Japanese troops chose death rather than surrender. Archive footage and interviews with veterans form a comprehensive portrait of a nation in crisis, revealing how Japan's inability to surrender would have poor consequences for all the countries touched by the fight in the East
Description: On June 6th, 1944 the biggest military invasion and defence the globe has ever seen occurred. D-Day says the epic storyline of the preparation and execution of the Allied invasion of Normandy. It says the storyline of the defence of the Western Front by the forces of the German Empire, and of the complex and deadly secret fight fought by the boys and girls of France and mainland Europe. D-Day brings to life the dramatic and astounding tales of courage and sacrifice, joy and despair, love and betrayal. The planning for the Allied invasion on June 6th 1944 took two years and cost thousands of lives. It involved a deception of breathtaking audacity. Both the preparation leading up to and the actions and happenings on the day itself relied on the absolute discretion of many and the genius and nerve of a few. D-Day examines the intricate jigsaw from both sides - presenting happenings through the eyes of the boys and girls who were there, saying their extraordinary stories.
Description: The collective military operations from D-Day to the final assault on Germany represent one of the best military offensives ever. D-Day to Berlin follows the Allies' remarkable progress from the beaches of Normandy to their ultimate win just eleven months later. The celebration of Europe's liberation from the Nazis was tempered only by the chill of Stalin's fresh domination, truly making this the campaign that shaped the future of Europe. Using a testimony-driven format, this three-part series uses accounts of British, American and German soldiers, as well as archive footage, to bring the savage battlefields to life once more.
Description: Today it's a symbol of strength and vitality. 135 years ago, it was a source of controversy. This documentary examines the nice issues and ingenious solutions that marked the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge. From conception to construction, it traces the bridge's transformation from a spectacular feat of heroic engineering to an honored symbol in American culture.
Description: Latinos, this nation's biggest and fastest-growing ethnic group, are large business and this documentary examines how efforts to profit from this group are shaping the contemporary Latino identity.
Description: In a half-changed world, girls are often forced to choose: Mothering or working? Your children's wellbeing or your own own? Responsibility or self expression? Who Does She Think She Is?, a documentary by Academy Award winning filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll, details five fierce girls who refuse to choose. Through their lives, we discover some of the most problematic intersections of our time: mothering and creativity, partnering and independence, economics and art. Along the way, the movie invites us to consider both ancient legacies of girls worshipped as cultural muses and more modern times where most folks can't even name a handful of female artists. In the end, the diverse girls in the movie demonstrate that our creativity and our caregiving are not mutually exclusive, but deeply connected. In fact, their co-existence might just be the key to finishing the job. Written by Courtney Martin
Description: In 1975, as the Vietnam Fight was ending, thousands of orphans and Amerasian kids were brought to the United States as part of "Operation Babylift." Daughter from Danang says the dramatic storyline of one of these children, Heidi Bub (a.k.a. Mai Thi Hiep), and her Vietnamese mother, Mai Thi Kim, separated at the war's end and reunited 22 years later. Heidi, actually living in Tennessee - a married girl with children - had everytime dreamt of a joyful reunion. When she ventures to Vietnam to meet her mother, she unknowingly embarks on an emotional pilgrimage that spans decades and distance. Unlike most reunion stories that climax with a cliché satisfied ending, Daughter from Danang is a real-life drama. Journeying from the Vietnam Fight to Pulaski, Tennessee and back to Vietnam, Daughter from Danang tensely unfolds as cultural differences and the years of separation take their toll in a riveting movie about longing and the private legacy of war.
Description: The Making of Le Mans - See how Steve McQueen drove most of his own stunts. Along with 45 international racing drivers, this is the most nice driving movie - actually see how it was made!
Description: If you thought TV shows in which audiences and juries judge musical acts were a relatively fresh phenomenon, you'd better think again. In the 1970s, such "festivals" were incredibly famous in Brazil. They were recorded before a live studio audience, and usually featured a number of elimination rounds. They also formed the springboard for the career of many a big-name star, such as Chico Buarque, Caetano Veloso, Roberto Carlos and Gilberto Gil. Appearing on such a tool was no cakewalk, however: audiences should be as wild in their condemnation as in their appreciation of an artist. Extensive archive footage (including performances and behind-the-scenes interviews) from a turbulent final of the Festival of Brazilian Famous Melody one evening in 1967 paints a fascinating picture, not only of the transformation of Brazilian melody into true "festival" music, but also of a society starting to buck vs the yoke of military rule.
Description: In 1988, Oscar-winning German filmmaker Volker Schlondorff ("The Tin Drum") sat down with legendary director Billy Wilder at his office in Beverly Hills, California and turned on his camera for a series of filmed interviews. The conversation went on for two weeks. The effects were aired on German TV in 1992 and debuted on U.S. tv when it was shown on Turner Classic Films in 2006. We are presented with a generous smattering of movie clips, rare photographs and artwork, but mostly Wilder just sits in his office and talks with the off screen Schlondorff, moving easy between English and German.
Description: An examination of the life of acclaimed 'horse whisperer' Buck Brannaman, who recovered from years of kid abuse to become a well-known expert in the interactions between horses and people.
Description: In late 2003, two filmmakers from the Sundance award-winning Guerrilla News Network spent three weeks on the frontlines of the simmering guerrilla fight in Iraq, gathering intelligence, dodging bullets, and capturing the untold stories of what has become the world's most covered, and misunderstood, conflict. BattleGround is an irreverent adventure that will challenge the orthodoxies of Left and Right, and highlight the humanity of all sides of the conflict. BattleGround will be a critical movie for anyone who wants to understand the strong forces that are sucking America deeper and deeper into a Middle Eastern quagmire. Is Iraq our generation's "Bright Shining Lie," or is it the frontline in a global war for national survival? Or is to some combination of both?
Description: How the cinema industry does not respect the author's work as it was conceived, how manipulates the motion pictures in order to create them easier to watch by an undemanding audience or even how mutilates them to adapt the original formats and runtimes to the restrictive frame of the tv screen and the abusive requirements of advertising. Followed by “Filmmakers in Action.”
Description: With his peg leg and pirate outfit, nothing can stop him! Never Been Done documents how Jon Comer became the first professional skateboarder to have a prosthetic leg. His storyline is moving, funny, and inspiring. This guy is nothing short of nice because he rules! It's got sweet footage of Comer tearing it up! There's even footage of him skating a ramp on fire with a peg leg and dressed up as a pirate! His storyline is one of a kind!
Description: Zeitgeist: Beyond the Pale, the 4th installment of the 'Zeitgeist Movie Series', [anticipated release in late 2012 / early 2013] will continue its exploration of culture - this time from the perspective of what comprises the values dominant in society today and what defines their merit with respect to social sustainability.
Description: This insightful documentary details some of the major and most pretty actresses to grace the silver screen. It shows how the film industry changed it's depiction of sex and actresses portrayal of sex from the silent film era to the present. Classic scenes are shown from the silent movie, Real Heart Susie, starring Lillian Gish, to Love Me Tonight (1932), blending sex and sophistication, starring Jeanette MacDonald (pre-Nelson Eddy) and to Elizabeth Taylor in, A Zone in the Sun (1951), plus much , much more.
Description: At the instigation of the filmmakers, the young boys of the Ile-aux-Coudres in the middle of the St-Lawrence River test as a memorial to their ancestors to revive the fishing of the belugas interrupted in 1924.
Description: During the summary trial that he and his wife were submitted to, Nicolae Ceausescu is reviewing his long reign in power: 1965-1989. From a formal mission of view, The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu proves that it is possible to only test existing photos to yield movies focused on newest history, yet with an epic vein related to that of the historical fiction cinema. This is an eminently syntactic endeavor, where montage plays a twofold part: mise-en-scene, as it builds scenes that do not exist as such in the rushes, and classical editing, connecting scenes together.
Description: The gun was a vital part of life in colonial Williamsburg, and this docudrama demonstrates the expertise that went into the making of every weapon. The master gunsmith explains the principal parts of an early American rifle and demonstrates the gun's complex manufacturing process. The guns of the period were crude military weapons, but with revolution stirring, the colonists depended on their weapons to send a message to the British Crown.
Description: Filmed on zone in the Middle East, Adventure of Faith chronicles the courage and faith of Lehi's family with the eye of the camera and the insights of scholars from a broad range of expertise. The movie shows the land of Nahom, where Ishmael was buried, and the most likely zone for Bountiful, where Nephi built his ship. Insightful and inspiring, Adventure of Faith shows how God molded Lehi's family in the wilderness to become a fresh folks of God.
Description: Discover the rich, fascinating culture and history of magic through this six-part series, which takes you inside an alluring and enchanting world. It's all here, from the mechanical automata of Robert-Houdin to the elaborate illusions of Penn and Teller, from the death-defying escapes of Houdini to the bizarre and tragic feats of the sideshow performers. Come backstage and see what's behind the curtain.
Description: White Horse is a short documentary by filmmakers Maryann DeLeo and Christophe Bisson that details a boy (Maxym Surkov) returning to his Ukraine home for the first time in twenty years. Evacuated from the town of Pripyat, Ukraine in 1986 due to the Chernobyl disaster, he has not returned since then.
Description: The glories of Switzerland, with its stirring vistas of snowcapped mountains and frozen lakes, are revealed in this travel piece. See classic ski resorts such as St. Moritz in the Alps, where the world's elite go on holiday. Switzerland's pristine beauty is on full display, along with manmade pleasures like some of the most special shopping experiences in the world. A moving soundtrack by Artcommando complements the superb scenery.
Description: A sequel to 2006's Who Killed the Electric Car?, director Chris Paine once again looks at electric vehicles. Where in the last movie electric vehicles were dismissed as uneconomical and unreliable, and were under multiple attacks from government, the auto industry, and from energy companies who didn't wish them to succeed, this movie chronicles, in the light of fresh changes in technology, the globe economy, and the auto industry itself, the race - from both major vehicle companies like Ford and Nissan, and from fresh rising upstarts like Tesla - to bring a practical consumer EV to market.
Description: Chelyabinsk, Russia, once the website of a top secret Cold Fight atomic bomb factory, is actually the most radioactively polluted town in the world. Its residents live with the consequences of catastrophic leaks and dumped toxic waste as cancers, auto-immune diseases, and undrinkable water flow freely. But the town most foul sprouts a most unlikely growth—the vibrant, inspiring Chelyabinsk Contemporary Dance Theatre.
Description: A concert documentary shot during the Glee Live! In Concert! summer 2011 tour, featuring song performances and Glee fans' life stories and how the present influenced them.
Description: They named themselves the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, but because of their ecstatic dancing, the globe named them Shakers. Ken Burns creates a moving portrait of this particularly American movement, and in the process, offers us a fresh and unusually moving method to understand the Shakers.
Description: For 200 years, the United States Congress has been one of the country's most necessary and least understood institutions. In this elegant, thoughtful and often touching portrait, Ken Burns explores the history and promise of this special American institution. Using historical photographs and newsreels, evocative live footage and interviews with David Broder, Alistair Cooke, Cokie Roberts, Charles McDowell and others, the award-winning movie chronicles the personalities, happenings and problems that have animated the first 200 years of Congress and, in turn, our country.
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