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Description: Meal Stamped is an informative and humorous documentary movie following a couple as they attempt to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet on a meal stamp budget. Nutrition educator Shira Potash teaches nutrition-based cooking classes to elementary school students in low-income neighborhoods, most of whom are eligible for meal stamps. In an attempt to walk a mile in their shoes, Shira and her documentary filmmaker husband embark on the meal stamp challenge where they eat on roughly one dollar per meal. Along the way, they consult with meal justice activists, nutrition experts, politicians, and ordinary folks living on meal stamps, all in order to take a deep look at the struggles low-income Americans face each day while trying to place three-square meals on the table.
Description: For ancient Mayans, cocoa was as nice as gold. For subsistence farmer Eladio Pop, his cocoa crops are the only riches he has to help his wife and 15 children. As he wields his machete with ease, slicing a path to his cocoa trees, the tiny jungle plot he cultivates in southern Belize remains pristine and wild. His dreams for his kids to inherit the land and the traditions of their Mayan ancestors show a familiar challenge. The children feel their father's philosophies don't fit into a global economy, so they're charting their own course. Rohan Fernando's direction tenderly displays a generational shift, causalities of progress in modern times and a boy valiantly protecting an endangered culture. Breathtaking vistas of lush rainforests contrast with the urban dystopia that pulled Pops kids away from him. Will one kid return to carry on a waning method of life
Description: Not far from the White House, the Capitol, and the National Mall lies a part of Washington, DC that the tourists never see and the mainstream media virtually ignores. At least three percent of DC is HIV positive, a staggering rate higher than parts of Africa. Behind all the stories of heartbreak, loss, and struggle there are also the incredible, encouraging stories of the folks behind grassroots movements to extend education, combat stigmas, and spread hope.
Description: The first in a planned series of movies about radical filmmakers by movie critic Nicole Brenez and filmmaker Philippe Grandrieux, It May Be That Beauty Has Strengthened Our Resolve is a portrait of Masao Adachi, who emerged during the Japanese Fresh Wave of the 1960s as a screenwriter for Nagisa Oshima and Koji Wakamatsu, and directed a series of avant-garde movies that grafted radical politics to the sexploitation genre. A 1971 visit to a Famous Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) training camp while on the method back from Cannes resulted in Adachi's most infamous film, the agit-prop documentary Red Army/PFLP: Declaration of Globe War, which he co-directed with Wakamatsu. Later after, Adachi joined a splinter cell of the Japanese Red Units in Lebanon, where he stayed from 1974 until he was deported to Japan in 1997 to serve time for passport violations.
Description: Buffalo Women says the storyline of two 8-year-old-girls, Stam and Pet, both professional Muay Thai prizefighters. Set in tiny villages throughout rural Thailand, the movie chronicles these young girls' emotional and sometimes heartbreaking adventure as they war in tiny underground arenas to victory prize-money to support deliever for their families. After many months of rigorous training and a long schedule of fights, Stam and Pet war every another for the 20 Kilo championship belt of Thailand and a money prize that will change the winner's life forever.
Description: For the past 40 years, a group of comedy writers and directors has gathered each another Wednesday for lunch - and another nourishment. These are the fabled guys that made America funny.
Description: Martin Khodabakhshian (9-Time Emmy Award-winning ESPN producer) directs and produces this fascinating documentary that truly goes to fresh depths in the find for man's physical and mental limits. Breathe follows Fresh Zealander, William Trubridge as he attempts to break his own globe record in the extreme sport of Freediving. William attempts to dive fully unaided to a depth of 300ft, almost to the bottom of the deepest blue hole in the globe - "Dean's Blue Hole" in the Bahamas.
Description: In 2009 the Norwegian government introduced few measures to restrict immigration. One of the measures was to deliever unaccompanied asylum seeking kids temporary residence permits. They could be returned to their country of origin when they turn 18. In Norway kid welfare custody of their kids without close caregivers. This does not apply to unaccompanied asylum-seeking kids between 15 and 18 years.
Description: Isabella Rossellini, Kyle MacLachlan, Dennis Hopper, Laura Dern and producer Fred Caruso are all interviewed for this 68-minute documentary that takes a look at David Lynch's Blue Velvet
Description: Seven wayward juveniles (the "Green Bottles" of the title) spend their days truanting and thieving. One by one they are caught and made to face the consequences of the choices they have made.
Description: Aleksander Sokurov brings the treasures of the Hermitage back into the light by making movies about artists and their paintings. He has selected the painter Hubert Robert, who spent a long time in Italy, and whose preference was for creating ancient crashed landscapes and naturalistic portrayals of times past. He was successful with the wealthy, who purchased his works from him. The camera pans across the paintings while Sokurov speaks of a satisfied era, when the artist was at one with the spirit of the times, and accepted with the taste of his clients. Just how far removed from us this is, is shown by pictures of a "Nô" performance which are inter-cut on the screen. No words are important to describe what everybody knows today.
Description: A documentary, originally produced in 1966 for the French TV series "Pour le plaisir", about Robert Bresson's movie "Au Hasard Balthazar", featuring interviews and discussions with Bresson, Jean-Luc Goddard, Louis Malle, Marguerite Duras and others.
Description: We live in a society that both condemns pedophiles and sexualizes young girls. The movie explores the many dangers kids face and exposes the systematic violation of kids rights by societies, presenting the testimony of both victims and perpetrators. It also looks at how the pedophilia hysteria that has led to the mass incarceration adults and children.
Description: The cold war, the zone race, and NASA’s moon landing are landmark happenings that defined an era. But they are also fodder for conspiracy theories. In Houston, We Have a Problem! filmmaker Žiga Virc adds fresh material to the discussion on both fronts. This intriguing docu-fiction explores the myth of the secret multi-billion-dollar deal behind America’s buy of Yugoslavia’s clandestine zone tool in the early 1960s.
Description: Part one in a documentary trilogy about the making of "C'era una volta il West". An Opera of Violence starts with a biography of director Sergio Leone. A part about the hard path Leone had to take to create this film, follows. Part one concludes with the decisions about casting. Who was asked to act in this film, why did Leone select these actors ?
Description: A retrospective on the 1969 classic "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," its impact on the careers of the filmmakers and cast, and how the movie made a distinct impact on the Western genre.
Description: FLOW - the real storyline of a surfing revolution, is an award winning, detail documentary illustrating the evolution of modern surfing over the last 40 years and celebrates the lives and unparalleled history of the channel islands surf squad and their globe renowned surfboard designer/shaper Al Merrick. The storyline centers on the unique relationships fostered by Al, highlighting his spiritual and visionary approach that helped cultivate his Channel Island Squad riders into professional athletes and globe champions - 16 to date. FLOW is a timeless, heartfelt, and soulful perspective of one man's influence on a bevy of talented individuals and speaks to the hearts and minds of anyone who seeks adventure, triumph in the face of adversity, or wants to tap into the mystical sides of some of the most influential athletes in surfing's history. This is their story...
Description: Sliding Liberia follows four young surfers to Liberia in find of more than excellent waves. Risking everything to discover the West African country devastated by decades of war, they record the stories of folks they meet - folks like Alfred, who became Liberia's first surfer after finding a bodyboard while fleeing from rebels. Besides rediscovering a break that should be the best-kept secret in the surfing world, they search something more necessary - a method to travel responsibly in the 21st century.
Description: For forty years, underground film-makers Greg Weaver and Spyder Wills documented surf discovery as it migrated around the world. Their shots captured on celluloid became the photos for such movies as Stylemasters, The Forgotten Island of Santosha, Large Wednesday, Pacific Vibrations, Uluwatu and many more. This documentary is a cinematic adventure inspired by many of the reels that were lost in the making of these films. Since that time, these reels have resurfaced and are actually brought to light. A fusion of rare super 8mm film, image stills and contemporary interviews blend together to create Chasing the Lotus the most in-depth look at the evolution of the surf culture and surf discovery ever made.
Description: Dream waves and smiling faces. Militant Muslims, and peaceful Buddhists. Speeding scooters and throbbing discos. Mysticism and modernism coexxist in an ancient land, creating a kaleidoscope of influences. Indonesia has become a mecca for traveling surfers lured by excellent points, hollow reef breaks and high-performance beach breaks. In turn, native Indonesians have laid claim to surfing and a fresh generation of world-class international ambassadors. Embedded cinematographer Pete Matthews documents the fresh faces of Indonesian surfing while capturing the heart and soul of this many faceted culture. This is surfing. These are the many Shades of Indonesia.
Description: Ten director graduates from Marina Razbezhkina’s School of Documentary Movie and Documentary Theatre lived with a camera for two months in order to chronicle the last “Russian winter” and its famous uprising vs Vladimir Putin’s presidential run. People, faces, conversations, protests, failures and triumphs come together to chronicle the campaign.
Description: In Find of Blind Joe Death: The Saga of John Fahey is a documentary movie about the legendary American guitarist, composer and provocateur John Fahey, 1939-2001. Fahey is often considered the godfather of 'American primitive guitar'. This cinematic exploration details Pete Townshend, Chris Funk of The Decemberists and Joey Burns of Calexico. These stellar musicians, along with Fahey associates and mates such as the popular 'Dr. Demento', radio broadcaster Barry Hansen, discover the legacy of this profoundly influential artist. The movie was recorded in the Washington D.C. zone where John Fahey was born, along the Mississippi Delta from Memphis to Fresh Orleans, in Los Angeles, Toronto, Austin, Fresh York and in Oregon where Fahey spent his last two decades.
Description: The Mississippi River Flood of 1927 was the most destructive river flood in American history. In the spring of 1927, the river broke out of its banks in 145 territories and inundated 27,000 square miles to a depth of up to 30 feet. Part of it enduring legacy was the mass exodus of displaced sharecroppers. Musically, the Nice Migration of rural southern blacks to Northern towns saw the Delta Blues electrified and reinterpreted as the Chicago Blues, Rhythm and Blues, and Rock and Roll. Using minimal text and no spoken dialog, filmmaker Bill Morrison and composer - guitarist Bill Frisell have created a strong portrait of a seminal moment in American history through a collection of silent photos matched to a searing original soundtrack.
Description: This is Brendon Grimshaw's love storyline with Moyenne Island. We decided to distribute it openly so that his storyline may be known to as many folks as possible and so that we may thank him in our thoughts and in our hearts while he is still alive. Brendon has provided us with an example of why not all hope is loss in what at times seems an overwhelmingly angry world...
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