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Description: The grizzly has roamed North America for nearly a million years. And now, in the last century and a half, he has come dangerously close to extinction. Frank and John Craighead have tracked this extraordinary creature.
Description: After living for thirty years in the biggest Brazilian cities, Thini-á returns to his tribe. On his method home, he dives into João Kramura's past - the white man who became a Kayapo native in Xingu hinterland.
Description: This detail documentary explores the revitalization of Regent Park through the youth who live there as they navigate the challenges of performing in the musical showcase named 'The Journey'.
Description: In April 1969 Ilya (Eliyahu) Rips, then a young student of mathematics, tried to burn himself in a public square in Riga, Latvia protesting vs the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. He was stopped and eventually sent to a psychiatric hospital for two years. Thanks to international pressure from the mathematical community in 1972 he was allowed to emigrate to Israel.
Description: Antarctica lives in our dreams as the most remote, the most forbidding continent on Planet Earth. It is a large land covered with ice as thick as three miles, seemingly invulnerable, cold and dark for eight months of the year. Yet Antarctica is also a fragile place, home to an wonderful tons of life along its edges, arguably the most stunning, breathtaking and still-pristine zone on earth. The one constant is that it is constantly changing, each season, each day, each hour. I've been fortunate to travel to Antarctica many times; most recently with 3D cameras, a first for the continent. The effect is our fresh film, Antarctica: On the Edge.
Description: Over the years, several video documents have been issued about one of reggae's most famous and enduring bands, Toots & the Maytals. With their slinky and extremely danceable rhythms and passionate concert performances, the outfit has long been one of reggae's top live acts. Released in 2001, the Live DVD is a fine document of the latter-day Toots & the Maytals live experience, recorded in front of a huge and receptive crowed at the Santa Monica Pier in California on August 7, 1997. Featuring ten tracks overall and clocking in at an hour, Live details stirring renditions of many of the group's best-known tracks, including such highlights as "Pomps and Pride," "Funky Kingston," "Monkey Man," and "54-46 Was My Number," among others.
Description: Who is Lydia Loveless? Singer/songwriter, alt-country queen, cow punk, difficult rocker? The second coming of Hank Williams or Patti Smith? Or just a bubbling cauldron of hormones and emotions holding steadfast to the ideal of keeping rock & roll alive?
Description: The Gray Zone is a short documentary about cannabis culture and legality in the nation's capital. It explores how cannabis businesses are able to operate under the actual cannabis law, and it delves into the racial disparities of the law in Washington D.C. and in the United States.
Description: This short highlights the movie preservation efforts of the Museum of Modern Art in Fresh York. Few scenes from early newsreels are shown, including the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906, the funeral of Edward VIII of England (the Duke of Windsor), and U.S. president William McKinley at the 1901 Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, Fresh York the day before he was assassinated. -David Glagovsky
Description: "The iconographic journey: the martyrdom of San Sebastian" takes the form of a private travel notebook. A travel through Europe in find of thirty pictures of this martyrdom. The movie is conceived as a voyage of initiation, an imaginary reportage...
Description: Inspired by both fresh love and Gulliver's Travels, Les Oeufs à la Coque (aka Richard Leacock's Soft-Boiled Eggs), is a ravishingly beautiful, necessary movie about nothing in particular, a love song dedicated to France, French girls in general and one Frenchwoman in particular, and a montage portrait of quotidian life in a country at peace.
Description: From falsehood to mystification to manipulation and false impartiality, the entire logic of disinformation and brutality is brought to light. When the lord of the media and his politico-journalistic buffoons are sifted by a radical counter-audiovisual power, the discredit of the "elites" sanctioned by the referendum of May 29, 2005 is better understood. With this film, Zalea TV's squad had decided to laugh about it and create them laugh, even if at bottom these discoveries were rather disturbing. By staging a series of very easy techniques of "self-defense", this movie is an invitation to self-disengage permanently. The test of the TV-B Gone, an instrument whose sole function is to turn off the television, appears here as the ultimate resort to media criticism.
Description: The first movie about second-generation Swiss immigrants: A Turkish ice hockey user explains why, in Switzerland, he should only fall in love with an Italian. A young Italian girl explains why she prefers to rap in English. A hip-hop artist with Hispanic origins wars for his political rights and the director reminisces on how, despite his Arabic roots, he's been persecuted as a Jew. Babylon 2 reflects the rise of a fresh urban culture in Switzerland, which is instigated by the second generation of immigrants and the support of electronic media.
Description: If Samuel Beckett had lived in Scotland and made a nice film, it would be this: a lucid, sometimes funny, and profoundly compassionate study of extreme old age, death, grief and loneliness. These facts of life are revealed in an act of virtuoso film-making that is dedicated, laconic and ultimately - impossible as it may seem - uplifting. A special experience, this is a very significant and fully original movie that will test, and reward any audience. The challenge is to spend time with lonely old folks and Dolak is unflinching. He handles words, sounds and photo with extreme care. His movie is composed of long takes that juxtapose a everyday routine alongside the expansive and empty landscapes of the north east, and both shot in exquisitely pretty monochrome. Everything seems settled and inevitable until the movie makes a fully unexpected transport into other realm and intimates a further reach of the imagination.
Description: In 2016, GRAMMY-nominated trio Above & Beyond left the electronic globe behind, risking it all to go acoustic. Their fresh movie Above & Beyond Acoustic - Giving Up The Day Job, follows the group's unlikely adventure from the DJ booth to the Hollywood Bowl.
Description: Seven months of filming brown bear cubs life resulted in a film that allows to plunge into the beauty of wild nature, and experience a boundary, beyond which a boy could not interfere.
Description: A 1997 Labour Party Political Broadcast that focused primarily on the Leader of the Opposition, Tony Blair. Directed by acclaimed documentary filmmaker Molly Dineen, the broadcast was shown on all four channels on 24th April, 1997
Description: This DVD includes an wonderful amount of insight into the two songwriting talents of The Smiths: Morrissey and Johnny Marr. Seen here for the first time is a less-than-usual guarded, open-but-cautious early Morrissey in a revealing unedited interview.
Description: This documentary reaches to the depth of Somali history, starting from the powerful kingdoms that ruled territories far away into Africa, passing by the Portuguese raids and ending with its division into five colonies ruled by various European forces, leaving the folks of the same race and language separated by geographical borders. It addresses issues of civil war, chaos, theft, and mass destruction. It also focuses on valuable attempts by national organizations to resist occupation and foster peace.
Description: The gripping storyline of photographer Erwin Blumenfeld, who survived two globe fights to become one of the world's most highly-paid fashion photographers and a key influence on the development of photography as an art form
Description: There is perhaps no figure in American Christianity as polarizing as Rob Bell. Once a pastor of the fastest growing church in America and heralded as the next Billy Graham, that all changed when he began challenging the traditional understanding of hell and suggesting that heaven might be launch to all. The movie follows Rob with unprecedented access over few years as he challenges deeply held conservative ideals while grappling with some of the most necessary questions of our time: Can faith and science coexist, or do belief and progress stand in opposition? Is religion insufficient for explaining the complexity of our modern world, or does it give language to something even greater? And do spiritual traditions simply serve to further divide our world, or can they offer true support and hope for a better tomorrow?
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....Arletty was all this and more;my favourite French actress ,she possesses a voice you cannot mistake for other one.I second to everything my nice mate writer's reign wrote.This Docu focuses on Arletty's salad days and on the fight years followed by the sad days of the "epuration".Only five mins were given over to her fifteen last professional years;we are said she triumphed on scene (they tell Brando loved her portrayal of Blanche Du Bois" in Williams play) and had to content herself with helping parts,which is untrue.she played few leading parts ,notably in "Portrait d'Un Assassin" "L'air De Paris" "L'amour madame" and mainly in two movies the French critics have recently restored to favor : Jacqueline Audry's -who was long before Varda,THE female director of the French cinema - "Huis Clos" ("no exit" from Sartre) and "Gibier De Potence" .Apart from this,the movie does the nice actress justice .Frederic Mitterrand ,the late president's nephew and an historian,and Jean-Claude Brialy complain about the method she was treated after the war;she was,as Mitterrand cleverly states ,a WW1 child,her first love was killed on the first day of the massacre ,then she decided she would not have a kid cause a kid is bound to be a soldier (she would have an abortion in the thirties).She expresses her disgust for fight and above all,her disgust for "holy" war!And Mitterrand points out that Alexandre Trauner -who would work with Billy Wilder and another American luminaries- who was a Jew would have been sent to the concentration camps if it hadn't been for Arletty's protection;the same goes for poet Tristan Bernard.After the liberation,some should not forget she had a German lover;many artists were in problem too:Sacha Guitry,Ginette Leclerc ,Henri-Georges Clouzot;the "épuration" was so absurd a "clean" movie such as "le Ciel est à Vous" was deemed "pétainist".Arletty was never an informer,and it's obvious she tried to save as many folks as she could.Like Madame Tallien during the 1793-94 Terror years of the French Revolution.Some day,they will create a film based on her life.
As if Arletty weren't enough - and she is, of course, more than enough - we receive sound-bites from Henri Jeanson and Jacques Prevert, both of whom wrote for Arletty (it was Jeanson, of course, who wrote the 'atmosphere' speech for her in Hotel du Nord whilst Prevert wrote not only three of Arletty's finest films but also three of the finest French films ever in Le Jour se leve, Les Visiteurs du soir and Les Enfants du paradis). This is a unbelievable tribute - and not before time - to one of the most luminous of French actresses ever to grace the screen and this is not to minimise the efforts of Danielle Darrieux, Edwige Feuilliere, Simone Signoret, Madeleine Robinson, Micheline Presle, Michele Morgan, etc, whose careers overlapped with hers, as much as to record the extraordinary wealth of French screen actresses. This may be something of a scissors-and-paste job linked by a live interview in her soon years but it provides a lustrous and fascinating glimpse of French cinema at its best. Unmissable if you're a fanatic and if you're not you're either dead or insane.
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