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Description: Much has been told about the Nice Patriotic Fight (World Fight II), but more has not been said. This movie shows the fight with the eyes of the German soldiers. It is the storyline of an error of fatal choice that has been the cause of the most cruel fight in the history of humanity.
Description: The movie says how in the iron blockade of the blockade worked "the blood factory", the Institute of blood transfusion that provided the Leningrad front and the town in this strategic resource: blood donation. The blood bond between the town and its defenders was a very necessary factor in breaking the blockade and finally crushing the enemy. Due to a prolonged lack of meal and a very nice psychic stress the blood of the inhabitants of Leningrad has undergone phenomenal biochemical transformations which have had consequences for the following generations. The hypothesis confirmed by the recent research by geneticists and biologists is that this 900-day "forced fast" suffered by folks during the blockade gave a post-war generation with a specific mentality and a spirit of sacrifice of the inhabitants. from Saint Petersburg.
Description: The movie studio "Albatros" was founded in 1920 by Russian emigre filmmakers who had left Russia after the 1917 revolution. From 1920 to 1929 the studio "Albatros" and Russian filmmakers will literally upset the French cinema by bringing a specificity of their own. The phenomenal success of the movies of the studio "Albatros" will give a second life to the French cinema then in crisis by propelling it to the first globe ranking in tournament with Hollywood. At the head of this tiny studio born one evening in February 1920 in Montreuil were two Russian producers: Joseph Ermolaev and Alexandr Kamenka.
Description: The psychological and physical burdens that cardiac surgeons gotta bear are borderline. There are two opinions. The first: if you are not totally dedicated to heart surgery without any another interest you can not be a real professional. The second opinion: if you do not have an outlet, something else in your life, you will quickly fall apart and you will not be able to work quite well. At the center of the movie is Mikhail Alchibaia, MD, director of the Coronary Surgery Department of the Bakulev Cardiovascular Surgery Research Institute and one of the world's leading collectors of contemporary art.
Description: At the begin of 2017, artist Grayson Perry set out to create two artworks reflecting the two sides of the Brexit debate. Theresa May's decision to call a snap general election prompted Grayson to expand his project.
Description: It is a portrait movie of Boris Mirkin, one of the pioneers of Soviet programming. In the film, Mirkine does not speak so much of the artificial intelligence as the chapka (fur cap) he purchased in London, the collection of horse figurines or his kids scattered in various countries. In fact, it is not really a gay storyline because it is the portrait of a entire generation of Soviet scientists. He started working in cybernetics in a country where artificial intelligence was used to study the everyday behavior of villagers. He left because his family dreaded the pogroms vs the Jews. He made a career in the West. He came back because in Russia, we think in Russian.
Description: A movie about Andrey Shestakov, head of the microbial biotechnology laboratory at Moscow State University. Together with his team, he travels all over the planet, from the Caucasus to the White Sea, with the target of finding and playing microbes helpful for mankind.
Description: Contemporaries of “Perestroika” recall their hopes, expectations, and disappointments associated with it. Turning to emotional memory, they realize themselves not only as witnesses and eyewitnesses, but as true participants in the story.
Description: Why do adults not dream like children? This is a movie about Michael Farih, who dreamed to become a pilot in his childhood. However, the life was different: first, he had a brilliant military career in the Soviet army, after the collapse of the Soviet Union and begin to run a business, therefore a realization of the dream to be a pilot becomes illusory. Finally in 2013 Farih decided to create a round the globe flight. The movie set was literally the entire world. As a result, we receive something like "Tower of Babel", as all of these are fully various folks live on the same planet. Mikhail Farikh realized his dream. April 19, 2016, the year Mikhail Farikh died, ruining in a helicopter.
Description: In their childhood, our heroes became orphans, and it resulted in their mental and social deficiency. For years, they stay inmates of closed psychoneurologic nursing homes: Natasha – for women, Guera and Kolya – for men. Actually they’ve got a possibility to become self-dependent. On this path they’ve met together and even felt love in their life.
Description: Siberia. The sparsely populated village of Krotov. The farmer Vasily Dmitrievich Abramov lives in the village fully alone, since in 2005 his sons were convicted of murder and sentenced to long terms of imprisonment ... The film, shot for 10 years, is the last work of the classic of the national documentary movie Valery Solomin. It was finished by his sons Eugene and Viktor Solomin.
Description: This movie was conceived as a continuation of the work of Igor Grigoriev "Holidays of the Revolution", filmed in 1972. The photo of the future is the most necessary theme of the holidays a hundred years ago. Today, in the coming “future,” we are more likely to celebrate the happenings of the past or the present. Every another is followed by Lenin's birthday, a rock festival, a bow day, Fresh Year, personal celebrations. All these days merge into one - “red day”.
Description: Gennady Shpalikov. He was 25 when he offered George Danelia a script for the future movie “I walk through Moscow”. At this time, Shpalikov was already finishing the script for Ilyich's Outpost for Marlen Khutsiyev! Both of these movies will be named the manifesto of the generation of the sixties, the symbols of the era named "thaw". All his life he had dreamed of “The Quay” ... This script was his favourite work. But “Berth” was never staged "..." "There is no choice in the USSR. Or you drink, or you freak out, or you are not printed. The fourth is not given.
Description: Ahmed, originally from Somalia, was born into violence, with civil fight ravaging his country. He is actually a refugee desperate to improve his life, and that of his family.
Description: A man stands beside a power plant in the inland of northern Sweden. This is a private movie about growing up surrounded by rich natural resources. About the production of power, colonialism, and a feeling grown from seeing, seeing anew, and questioning the things that surround you.
Description: The superb engineering of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's original Nice Western Railway is greatest appreciated from the driver's cab, in this situation an InterCity 125 High Speed Train. Filmed in 1993, we proceed through the outskirts of London at an exhilarating 125mph, over the Wharncliffe viaduct at Brent (where construction of the GWR now began in 1835) across the Thames at Maidenhead (the bridge that was expected to fall down) through the expansive Sonning Cutting to arrive at the "hub" station of Reading. Next stop is Swindon, followed by a non-stop run to Bath through the popular Box Tunnel (the last section to be opened, well behind schedule) before arriving at Bristol Temple Meads. Here we see inside Brunel's original terminus, with its wooden overall roof, an nice survivor through sheer quirk of fate.
Description: The direct line from Swindon, via Bristol Parkway, was built to reduce the adventure time from South Wales in conjunction with the Severn Tunnel. In 2002, one service a day continued to Fishguard in connection with the ferry to the Emerald Isle. These are actually history but Video 125 cameras managed to ride aboard a First Nice Western 125 High Speed Train (HST) before the through services were abandoned. For most of our adventure in the cab, we are travelling through Wales on the country's major main line - the South Wales. Engineered by I.K.Brunel, it was the last main line to be built to the 7ft broad gauge. The double line eventually gives method to a single track at Clarbeston Road. The 3/4 mile Fishguard branch is worked by electric token. The train calls at Bristol Parkway, Newport, Cardiff, Bridgend, Port Talbot, Neath, Swansea, and Whitland.
Description: Ramsgate has been on the railway map since 1846. Eventually two rival companies served the city for over fifty years until the Southern Railway built a connecting line between the two. At the time of filming there were two main routes into the town, one via Ashford from Charing Cross and the route we are taking via Chatham into London Victoria. This Driver's eye view was filmed before the introduction of SouthEastern's high speed Javellin services into St Pancras. It therefore shows our 4 coach class 375 Electrostar starting off as the hourly quick service calling at chosen stations to Faversham. Here we join up with a related 4 vehicle set from Dover. We then call at Sittingbourne and the Medway Cities of Rainham, Gillingham, Chatham and Rochester. Once over the Medway itself, our 8 coach train runs quick to Victoria calling only at Bromley South.
Description: Colette Aboulker Muscat has taught Waking Dream for the past forty years in Jerusalem. To every person who comes for a consultation, she offers a short storyline leading to a waking dream, equal in intensity to a night dream. The surprise provoked by the story, and the shortness of the treatment are, for her, essential aspects of the process. The mental imagery itself allows one to overcome a trouble or an illness.
Description: Upon returning to Nashville, Tennessee after spending the summer in northern Florida, Eli Hayes, still in the grips of depression, sunk into the isolation of his apartment and continued to close himself off from the world. Nearing a state of agoraphobia, Hayes once again turned to his camera, and the act of capturing images, as a therapeutic means of reengaging with his surroundings. "Static After Summer" is a slow landscape movie in two parts, examining the textures of nearby environments through gradual expressions of light, color, movement, and sound. The photos presented are illustrative of the eye, while the audio presented is illustrative of the mind: somber synths, and periodic noise from the external globe attempting the force its method through Hayes' emotional shell via the path of memory. The effect is a dissonance between what is seen and what is felt, in an attempt to capture the inharmoniousness of the world's beauty and the pain of unhappiness.
Description: 42 members of the trans and non-binary communities share their stories and explain why, no matter what the actual media narratives or political climate, they won’t be erased.
Description: In Downtown Los Angeles, Skid Row includes one of the biggest stable population of homeless folks in the United States. Skid Row is not just an zone but an example of marginalisation and inequality. "Sex, Drugs and Homelessness" is an exploration of the human condition. The nice American social experiment, maintaining the divide with the creation of a “double triple under class, super triple underclass”. A glimpse into the under class as a community and how it has taken shape to exist within the system. Is Skid Row inevitable in the realm of this society or is there hope to reform?
Description: For more than a quarter of a century, Russia has been conducting a peacekeeping operation in a conflict zone between Transnistria and the Republic of Moldova. Starting from the observation of the trilateral “peacekeeping post” on the Dniester River, this documentary reflects the life in the region, which is sluggish under the supervision of the mission’s soldiers.
Description: My grandmother is 96 years old. She dreamed of becoming a ballerina, and became an engineer. I made this movie because I wanted to understand who she really is, but instead I understood a tiny about myself.
Description: Such kids in Ukraine are born 5-6 per year. No one knows the exact numbers. Each second - dies as a baby. Their skin is fragile, like the wings of butterflies. This illness is incurable. But with the right care, they can live. “The most necessary thing for a kid is a stable, reliable mother. The kid can have any condition of pain, wounds, and the mother could be close, like a rock. And then the kid feels the strength that his mother loves him and in any condition he is sick, screaming, or more calm, his mother is everytime there. ”
Description: A factory director gives an interview, and he does not like it very much. Therefore his answers are extremely short. He tells mainly "No" or "I do not know." But nevertheless one can understand his attitude to work, fight and salvation.
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