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Description: Beah: A Black Girl Speaks is a 2003 documentary about the life of Academy Award nominated actress Beah Richards. Directed by Lisa Gay Hamilton, it won the Documentary Award at the AFI Los Angeles International Movie Festival in 2003.
Description: This movie traces the path Floyd took after the recording of the Animals album - an era when cracks in the band first started to present - and brings the strange storyline of the group and the intense relationship between Waters and Gilmour right up to date with the unexpected collaboration of these two maverick musicians at a 2010 charity event. Featuring numerous interviews.
Description: Documentary by Ytzen Brusse from 1949 on the nearly extinct profession of the 'parlevinker'; grocers selling their goods from a boat in the canal. Filmed entirely in Amsterdam.
Description: A documentary about the storyline of Kathryn Calder, one of the vocalists behind the Influential and successful indie band The Fresh Pornographers, who puts her life on keep when her mother is diagnosed with ALS. After moving back to her childhood home to care for her mother, she is inspired to record her first solo album, Are You My Mother? there as a gift to her as she wars the disease. Old bandmates, friends, and a fresh extended family she'd only recently discovered all join Kathryn in her and her mother's journey. Initially funded by the Canadian charity The Yellow Bird Project, donations raised through a successful Kickstarter campaign helped to finished the movie and travel the festival circuit. It was released digitally via iTunes in April, 2017.
Description: The video is accompanied by a richly detailed article that adds more depth to the documentary. If there’s any question about why Hollywood is dead set vs the unionization of vfx artists, the following graphic from the article will respond the question: vfx artists comprise the largest portion of the team on most Hollywood blockbusters.
Description: In the wake of a devastating private tragedy, struggling would-be filmmaker Parker Smith decides to take a road-trip across America. Intending to create a "lo-fi" documentary about his adventure he purchases a decade old camera off of eBay, and is surprised to explore that it holds a long forgotten video tape containing strange home video footage of the notorious bodybuilder Gregg Valentino, a/k/a 'The Boy Whose Arms Exploded'. Convinced that Valentino’s odd tape found its method into his hands for some necessary existential reason, Parker sets off from Austin, Texas to Fresh York to search the fading bodybuilder armed with only his beloved cat, two cameras and a minivan.
Description: The idea behind Owned is simple: A film with a bunch of top notch, absolutely assassin sections from some of today's greatest riders, produced by some of today's greatest videographers and editors. Owned was filmed over the course of 11 months at spots all over the globe including Africa, Israel, Europe & North America. The riders and videographers for Owned dedicated themselves tirelessly to receive one of the most nice collections of eclectic riding styles together in one release.
Description: Hedda Hopper plays hostess at a party for her (grown) son William (DeWolfe Jr.). Hopper, attends the dedication of the Motion Picture Relief Fund's country home and goes to the Mocambo. There is also a sequence dedicated to the Milwaukee, Wisconsin globe premiere of the first short in this series attended by more that a several movie stars.
Description: Nikola Tesla transformed the globe with technology that was ahead of its time. Claiming to be in contact with aliens, he was ultimately prevented from pursuing his best inventions by a ruling elite concerned he would derail their systems of mass control.
Description: The feature-length documentary "Forgotten Scares" goes back to the birth of Flemish horror in the '70s and shines a bright light on the future of horror in Belgium. The viewer gets a possibility to explore long forgotten - and even unfinished - category gems and learn in-depth database about underrated 'splatter and gore'-fests, post-apocalyptic movies, slasher-films, nazisploitation, women-in-prison and another fantastical Flemish category benders through the eyes of the directors, producers, composers, principal actors and category experts. "Forgotten Scares" is illustrated by rare behind the stage footage, classic movie scenes, production stills, promotional art and even never before seen videos out of the vaults of the filmmakers.
Description: East L.A. Interchange follows the evolution of working-class, immigrant Boyle Heights, the oldest neighborhood in East Los Angeles from multiethnic to predominately Latino and a cradle of Mexican-American culture in the U.S. The documentary says the storyline of how one neighborhood managed to survive the construction of the biggest and busiest freeway interchange in the nation and explores the shifting face of community in the United States today arguing why it could matter to us all.
Description: Ralph McQuarrie, idea artist of the original Star Fights trilogy, was essential in bringing the characters, ships, and locales of a galaxy far, far away to life. In this unique retrospective, Star Fights author George Lucas, Industrial Light & Magic results legend Dennis Muren, and many others discuss the impact of McQuarrie, his artistic gifts, and his legacy.
Description: The original classic on video, which introduces Gabrielle Roth's revolutionary system of moving meditation. Teaches how five core rhythms can teach, catalyze, and heal our whole being.
Description: Healthcaring is a short documentary that focuses on the historical and contemporary abuses girls have suffered at the hands of mostly male practitioners, and depicts solutions girls search to lack of access to comprehensive health care in the 1970s.
Description: Dubbed “Ghost Town” in 1967, the zone of West Venice was then an impoverished African American community. Los Angeles native and UCLA movie student, Alan Gorg set out to capture the lives of its inhabitants in their own words. Without adding his own commentary, he allowed the topics to express themselves, from the hardworking boy with his young family, to the jobless youth who seek temporary release from their circumstances through drink and parties. Gorg aimed to give representation to African Americans, who due to housing and employment segregation, were rarely seen by white Los Angeles. The short starts with the voice-over of a white boy discussing the savagery of African Americans. But we search it is not the folks that are savage, but the harsh urban conditions. Occasions are denied through systemic injustice and inequalities
Description: After seven years in a Thai prison, a former Muay Thai winner joins a controversial government tool that allows inmates to war for their freedom. A win in his final war will grant him a royal pardon and bring him one step closer to the son he left behind.
Description: October 28th, 2009, Samiulla's father was killed in a blast at Meena Bazaar in Peshawar, Pakistan. During the funeral, his uncle asked him not to be sad. He said, "Do not cry for your father because actually it is you who has to be the responsible one. Either go to school or go to work in a shop. You will have to be strong." For Samiulla, the choice was clear. To deliever for his family, he had to give up on his dreams of going to school to help his family.
Description: Lahore, Pakistan. During a entire day, we follow Agha, a tiny man who, to survive, collects waste in the road without caring about the globe which surrounds him. He makes us share his moods and his vision of the life.
Description: At 3,776 m high, Mt. Fuji is Japan's highest mountain. With nothing comparable surrounding it, the beautifully shaped Mount Fuji turrets in splendid isolation and has become the symbol of Japan. But do you know the true beauty of Mount Fuji? NHK knows Mt. Fuji as well as anyone. Masterfully capturing Mt. Fuji in high-definition, this tool presents Mt. Fuji as a splendid visual poem. Sheathed in orange, red, brown, blue, white, black and sometimes shimmering like a diamond, Mt. Fuji shows her many faces, which change with the time of day, season and weather. In this program, you will see and play Mt. Fuji as you never have before.
Description: As pretty and sleek as it is deadly, 52 Blocks merits unique conservation efforts as the United States' only existing native martial culture, as it is indeed, the jazz of the martial arts world. Across the African diaspora, there are manifestations of African-derived warrior-dances, capoeira in brazil, mani in Cuba, ladja in Martinique, pinge in Haiti- yet the US offshoot has remained esoteric, because it was suppressed throughout slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow and then obscured in the criminal justice system. The history, interviews and training of the martial arts style that created Breakdance and boxing greats like Mike Tyson.
Description: The history of Chinese migration to Mexico, from its birth at the begin of the twentieth century, through the Mexican revolution, the anti-Chinese movement, and up to the actual state of Chinese migrants in the country. A documentary about xenophobia in Mexico and the find for identity of a group of folks caught between two cultures.
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