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Description: This documentary is an in-depth look into not only Eminem's career, but also the careers of the all the artists' who graced the label over the years. First and foremost, we spoke to Em and Paul, whose partnership and special friendship is what made the label possible. But we also spoke to the boy who helped turn Em into a superstar, Dr. Dre, and the boy who Em helped turn into a superstar, 50 Cent. With extra interviews from Mr. Porter and Royce Da 5'9", this documentary is the definitive look into how one of the rap's best juggernauts came to be.
Description: IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE explores identity and legacy in the African-American family, as Grammy award-winning rapper Che 'Rhymefest' Smith and his long-lost father reconnect and test to build a fresh future in Chicago's turbulent South Side. Himself a kid of a broken home, Che hasn't seen his father, Brian, in over 20 years, and presumes him dead. But after purchasing his father's childhood home, Che sets out to search him, and learns that his is actually a homeless alcoholic living only few blocks away/ The movie offers a probing take on memory and identity in a family two generations removed from slavery as it tracks Che and Brian's shared adventure to make a fresh legacy for themselves, their community and the next generation of family.
Description: Diagnosed with ALS and given 2 to 5 years to live, Fresh York Town DJ, internet personality, and filmmaker, TransFatty, brings his camera along for the ride in this unconventional examination of life, death, and everything in between.
Description: As a group of refugees tries to enter Europe illegally by boat, a storm suddenly appears and all hell breaks loose when an old boy falls overboard. His perception shifts into other dimension: a dark, hallucinatory place. Driven by a mysterious power and desperately in find of his loved ones, his soul passes by the daily reality of many castaway refugees at the border of the alleged paradise, Europe. The old man's spirit observes folks on the road being chased away like dogs, follows an illegal worker and a drug-addicted mother and slips inside crowded refugee shelters. Wandering through this limbo, the old boy questions the meaning of his existence.
Description: David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper, director of the Auschwitz Museum. Swimming pool, sports field, theater, hospital, camp-issued currency, identity tattoos. This documentary shows that not only was fraudulent Soviet evidence admitted as fact at Nuremberg, but also that survivors and experts can be wrong.
Description: Documentary presenting the theory and app of the Theology of Liberation via interviews to priests from humble parishes in the slums of Lima. A fruitful labor of a Catholic Church sector committed to address social issues.
Description: Karl Pilkington, greatest known for his podcasts with Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant and his travel present An Idiot Abroad goes on a quest to search out if intelligence, really makes you happier.
Description: Water – a living substance, the most common and least understood. It defies the primary laws of physics, yet holds the keys to life. Known to ancients as a transmitter to and from the higher realms, water retains memory and conveys notification to DNA. However, water can die if treated poorly. Influences such as sound, thoughts, intention, as well as toxins such as chlorine, structure water’s molecular arrangement– affecting all it comes in contact with. Prominent scientists support reveal the secret of water, allowing us to test this nice element to heal ourselves and our planet. The film details Nassim Haramein, Patrick Flanagan, Dr. Masaru Emoto, Konstantin Korotkov, Lynne McTaggart, and Larry Dossey.
Description: Diego works the night shift in an isolated gas station close to the Galician-Portuguese border. His work is solitary, silent, monotonous, somniferous. One night, two unexpected visitors present up and unsettle the routine of the place.
Description: What does the violent heart of revolution feel like? As the anger and hatred glow white hot is there a language its users test to speak to one another? And what becomes of the gun toting authorities when their fiefdom is destroyed, nobody is any longer afraid, and all things are ablaze? Just some of the questions addressed in this visceral documentary from Maidan square in the violent Ukrainian winter of 2013-14.
Description: Frida Kahlo: declared a symbol of Mexican national heritage, made into a cult figure by the women's movement, praised by the likes of Picasso and Breton, this movie uses photos and melody to reveal the soul of an icon.
Description: One of America’s foremost practitioners of the essay movie presents a major fresh work inspired by the writings of Gilles Deleuze on cinema. Andersen’s The Thoughts That Once We Had is a richly layered adventure through cinematic history, masterfully edited as it playfully moves across decades and genres, and suffused at each turn by the renowned filmmaker and critic’s lifelong passion for the movies.
Description: Many folks first became aware of the Shatila refugee camp in Lebanon after the shocking and horrific Sabra-Shatila massacre that took zone there in 1982. Located in Beirut's "belt of misery," the camp is home to 15,000 Palestinians and Lebanese who share a common experience of displacement, unemployment and poverty. Fifty years after the exile of their grandparents from Palestine, the kids of Shatila attempt to come to terms with the reality of being refugees in a camp that has survived massacre, siege and starvation. Director Mai Masri focuses on two Palestinian kids in the camp: Farah, age 11 and Issa, age 12. When these kids are given video cameras, the storyline of the camp evolves from their private narratives as they articulate the feelings and hopes of their generation.
Description: GameLoading Rise of the Indies is a detail documentary exploring the globe of indie minigame developers, their craft, their games, their dreams, and how they have forever changed the landscape of minigames culture.
Description: Filmmakers Richard Breyer and Anand Kamalakar take viewers on an wonderful adventure through the American Underground Railroad in this documentary tracing the storyline of fugitive slave John W. Jones - a boy who rejected bondage in the face of death, and subsequently devoted his life to supporting former slaves escape to the North. In June of 1844, Jones and four others fled Leesburg, Virginia. Utilizing the Underground Railroad, they ultimately arrived in Elmira, Fresh York. At the time, Jones was 27-years-old, broke, and illiterate. Over the course of the next five decades, he helped hundreds of another fugitive slaves escape from the South through the Underground Railroad. This is the storyline of a boy who valued freedom over all else, and devoted his life to supporting others search that freedom as well. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Description: The Family Farm explores the farm to table process through the lens of Canadian tiny farmers and identifies the systematic barriers they face in running a profitable farm. In its adventure across the country, the movie blends extraordinary shots of the Canadian farm landscape with discussions of the challenges and setbacks tiny farmers endure, as well as the turning points and breakthroughs that have allowed them to achieve success. As these intimate accounts are shared, traditional photos of family farmers are redefined as we grow to see these individuals not only as farmers, but as teachers, botanists, and mechanics who launch our eyes to the problems that continue to threaten tiny farmers as well as the importance of purchasing local and organic foods.
Description: In 1950, America was in a state of panic. Juvenile delinquency was destroying the very fabric of society. Ninety percent of all kids were reading comic books. In 1954, psychiatrist Dr. Fredric Wertham wrote a scathing indictment of comics named Seduction of the Innocent. Its central premise: Comic ebooks were the leading contributing factor to juvenile delinquency. That same year, Dr. Wertham testified at unique hearings on comic ebooks at the Senate Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency in the United States. Comics were on trial. Diagram for Delinquents captures the zeitgeist of late 1940s and early 1950s America and investigates how the funny ebooks found themselves on the fire. Using expert and comic ebook insider interviews, never seen before historical photographs and films, and animation, DIAGRAM goes further than any previous comic ebook documentary to discover and understand the controversial figure at the center of this American tale: Fredric Wertham.
Description: n 2014 Culture Club decided to come back together to record a fresh album and embark on a UK and US tour. Director Mike Nicholls has special access, following the band as they first meet in George's London home to write fresh material. However, it's not long before constructive differences and tensions from their past start to emerge. Faultlines develop further when the band travel to Spain to record the fresh album, spending two weeks working and living together in a remote recording studio.As the band return to London to prepare for the tour, they suffer a Twitter mauling after their first large public performance on Strictly Come Dancing. Relations are even more strained when George and the band sign to separate managers and a sudden disease threatens the entire reunion.The movie looks at the band's troubled past, examining the themes of success, fame and ego, and reveals the personalities behind one of the most iconic bands of all time.
Description: A fresh spin on the art of macroprojection, the “film symphony of the life and death of flowers” premiered on February 25th, 1926 in Berlin’s Piccadilly-Theater with an original melody score and elaborate frame narrative.
Description: All the targets and all the action from a thrilling 2013 / 14 season for Liverpool FC. Contains interviews with Daniel Sturridge, Raheem Sterling, Jon Flanagan, Simon Mignolet, Jordan Henderson, Martin Skrtel ,Brendan Rodgers, Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez. The mighty Reds have become the nice entertainers powered by the targets of dynamic duo Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, and driven on by their inspirational skipper Steven Gerrard. Including the triumphant double over fierce rivals Manchester United, and comprehensive, stunning victories over Everton and Arsenal. This 110 minute DVD details all the goals, all the minigames and exclusive interviews with the manager and star players.
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