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Description: El somni (The Dream) is a remarkable movie directed by Franc Aleu, which shows the constructive process of over 40 international artists who participated in a dinner place together as an opera in twelve dishes, with gastronomic creations by the Roca brothers, from the restaurant El Celler de Can Roca. A visual experience that enables the spectator to receive to know the dynamic approach and the challenges that have taken the Roca brothers to the top. Images, matter, music, flavor and smell converge on this adventure with guests such as Ferran Adrià, Zubin Mehta, Miquel Barceló, Freida Pinto, Sílvia Pérez Cruz and Harold McGee.
Description: The highest mountain range in the world, the Himalayan range is far reaching, spanning thousands of miles, and holds within it an exceptionally diverse ecology. Coniferous and subtropical forests, wetlands, and montane grasslands are as much a part of this globe as the inhospitable, frozen mountaintops that turret above. The word Himalaya is Sanskrit for abode of snow, fitting for a stretch of land that houses the world’s biggest non polar ice masses. Extensive glacial networks feed Asia's major rivers including the Ganges, Indus, and Brahmaputra. More than a billion folks rely on these glacier-fed water sources for drinking water and agriculture. The Himalayas are not only a remarkable expanse of natural beauty. They're also crucial for our survival.
Description: Documentary featuring contemporary interviews with 5 of the revolutionary activists who kidnapped US ambassador Charles Embrick in August 1969 in Rio de Janeiro and some of the political prisoners who were freed from prison in exchange of the ambassador's liberty and flown out of Brazil to Mexico in an units cargo airplane "Hércules 56".
Description: Doctors said Mané Garrincha he was unfit to enjoy pro soccer. He proved them wrong with two Globe Cups. Unfortunately, his life's storyline ended tragically. Still, folks remember him as a legend.
Description: Are you tired of burning out on steep routes and unsure whether it’s due to lack of strength or terrible technique? Do you still feel nervous about pushing above bolts or trusting your feet on slabs? If you’re fed-up with making the same old mistakes then why not settle the score using this two-part instructional video series, hosted by Britain’s leading climbing coach Neil Gresham. Whether you climb F5 or F7c, these movies are packed with hints to support you improve each aspect of your climbing performance. Part 1 shows you how to develop your technique and how to train more productively and Part 2 shows you how to place it all together and receive the most from yourself on the cliffs. There are right and wrong examples to support you identify your weaknesses and situation studies from some of Britain’s greatest climbers. Those dream routes may be closer than you think and watching these movies might be all you need to turn them into a reality.
Description: Poème Électronique is an 8-minute piece of electronic melody by composer Edgard Varèse, written for the Philips Pavilion at the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair. The Philips corporation commissioned Le Corbusier to design the pavilion, which was intended as a showcase of their engineering progress. The pavilion was shaped like a stomach, with a narrow entrance and exit on either side of a huge central space. As the audience entered and exited the pavilion, the electronic composition Concret PH by Iannis Xenakis (who also acted as Le Corbusier's architectural assistant for the pavilion's design) was heard. Poème électronique was synchronized to a movie of black and white photographs chosen by Le Corbusier which touched on vague themes of human existence.
Description: It is a fetish, a mantra, a secret religion to modern man: work. In times of the financial crisis and heavy job reductions, this documentary film questions work as our 'hallow' sense in life in a method that both humors and pains us.
Description: This documentary consists of the victim impact video introduced in the penalty phase of the trial of Douglas Oliver Kelly, accompanied by an audio recording of the California Supreme Court hearing oral argument as to the admissibility of the video.
Description: THE ARYANS is Mo Asumang's private adventure into the madness of racism during which she meets German neo-Nazis, the US leading racist, the notorious Tom Metzger and Ku Klux Klan members in the alarming twilight of the Midwest. In The ARYANS Mo questions the fully wrong interpretation of "Aryanism" - a phenomenon of the tall, blond and blue-eyed master race.
Description: Kevin Spacey, Sam Mendes and the Bridge Project Company go on the street in NOW: in the Wings on a Globe Stage. In over 200 performances, and across 3 continents, Kevin and the troupe reveal some of the most intimate moments behind the scenes of their staging of Shakespeare's classic tragedy, "Richard III." Their storyline and experiences weave around, and reflect on, excerpts from the enjoy from their different locations, from Epidaurus to Doha, and provides a nice occasion for those who have never experienced Spacey on scene to witness his immerse and captivating interpretation of Richard III. NOW chronicles the first collaboration between Spacey and Mendes since both won Academy Awards® for their work on American Beauty.
Description: The mosaic of Christian pilgrimage to the Holy Land has been shaped during two thousand years. The pilgrims have brought along their stories and left their sacred memories here. The movie creators are trying to read the essential pages of those stories and reveal some precious aspects of self-identity. They follow the footprints of Armenian pilgrims between two focal points of human history- from the summit of Mount Ararat to Zion, from A to Z.
Description: I Everytime Told Yes is a portrait of pioneering filmmaker Wakefield Poole, whose careers as dancer, choreographer, and director spanned the golden years of Broadway, television, porno chic, and gay liberation.
Description: QUEENS & COWBOYS: A STRAIGHT YEAR ON THE GAY RODEO chronicles a finished season of the International Gay Rodeo Association. Roping and riding across north America for the past 30 years, the IGRA's courageous cowboys and cowgirls brave challenges both in and out of the arena on their quest to qualify for the Globe Finals at the end of the season. And along the way, they'll bust each stereotype in the book.
Description: In the 1980s, the famous Action Line talk present was a colorful record of Winnipeg caller reactions to hot-button problems of the day. Using archival audio as a formal foundation (with host Peter Warren’s voice removed), McKenna carefully composes monochromatic portraits of Winnipegers as stark silent listeners, while voices from the past illuminate how much and tiny has changed in Canada’s gateway to the West.
Description: Polish filmmaker Marcel Łoziński revisits the farmer/intellectual Urszula Flis, topics of his 1978 movie 'A visit'. Łoziński observes the changes that have occurred over the intervening 23 years and again persuades this sensitive, secluded girl to talk through her thoughts, fears and feelings. Through this, the morality of the documentary portrait itself is named into question.
Description: FIAT EMPIRE was one of the first movies to come out on the Federal Reserve System providing a valuable primer on a complex subject. This 60-minute documentary explores why some feel the "Fed" is a "bunch of organized crooks" (as John Adams place it) and others feel some of its practices "are in violation of the U.S. Constitution." Explore why experts accept the Fed is a banking cartel that benefits mainly bankers, their clients in need of "easy money" and bailouts, and a Congress that would rather go deeper in debt than seek funding from its constituents. Long-term studies indicate the Federal Reserve System encourages war, destabilizes the economy (by causing boom and bust cycles), generates inflation (a hidden tax) and is the supreme instrument of unjust enrichment for a choose group of insiders. If you are fed up with an ever-expanding state and corporations that are "too-big-to-fail," look no farther than the fiat currency printed by the Federal Reserve System.
Description: Charting the untold storyline of the Balearic sound, and how hedonism gripped the hearts, minds and dance floors of the English Home Counties, fueled by the freewheeling party island of Ibiza.
Description: Drama-documentary about Winston Churchill's extraordinary experiences during the Nice War, with intimate letters to his wife Clementine allowing the storyline to be said largely in his own words. Just 39 and at the peak of his powers running the Royal Navy, Churchill in 1914 dreamt of Napoleonic glory, but suffered a catastrophic fall into disgrace and humiliation over the Dardanelles disaster. The movie follows his street to redemption, beginning in the trenches of Flanders in 1916, revealing how he became the 'godfather' of the tank and his forgotten contribution to final win in 1918 as Minister of Munitions. Dark political intrigue, a passionate love storyline and remarkable military journeys on land, sea and air combine to present how the Churchill of 1940 was shaped and forged by his experience of the First Globe War.
Description: The myths of globalisation have been incorporated into much of our daily language. "Thinking globally" and "the global economy" are part of a jargon that assumes we are all part of one large global village, where national borders and national identities no longer matter. But what is globalisation? And where is this global village? In 2001, John Pilger made 'The Fresh Rulers of the World', a movie exploring the impact of globalisation. It took Indonesia as the prime example, a country that the Globe Bank described as a 'model pupil' until its 'globalised' economy collapsed in 1998. Globalisation has not only made the globe smaller. It has also made it interdependent. An investment decision made in London can spell unemployment for thousands in Indonesia, while a business decision taken in Tokyo can make thousands of fresh jobs for workers in north-east England.
Description: Catch the spark after dark at Disneyland Park. And tell farewell to one of the Magic Kingdom's most celebrated traditions - The Main Road Electrical Parade. Where else, but in The Main Road Electrical Parade, should you see an illuminated 40-foot-long fire-breathing dragon? And hear the energy of its legendary music one last time? It's unforgettable after-dark magic that will glow in your heart long after the last float has disappeared.
Description: Documentary stems from 1945, when infantryman Sam Fuller, member of the U.S. Army's "Big Red One," helped liberate the Nazis' Falkenau death camp. Fuller shot footage of his commanding officer's marching Czech locals, who denied knowing of the genocide, out from city to view the horrors of the death house. 40 years later, French documentary filmmaker Emil Weiss brought Fuller, who became a popular movie director after Globe Fight II, back to the death camp to say the storyline of the camp's liberation. Fuller's original footage is incorporated in the film.
Description: Each year, especially in August, thousands of emigrants return to their villages from France, Germany and another countries of immigration. In 1975 these migrants are faced with famous festivities that are celebrated but, now, also with the political turmoil of the post 25 April. Before the revolution, coming back was only limited to those who left the country legally ...
Description: Celluloid and Marble is based on Rohmer's own articles published in "Cahiers du cinéma", discussing movie in relation to the another arts, maintaining that, in an age of cultural self-consciousness, cinema was “the last refuge of poetry” - the only contemporary art form from which metaphor should still spring naturally and spontaneously.
Description: Ayano Tsukimi, a 64-year-old resident of the largely-abandoned village of Nagoro, has sewed around 350 life-size dolls to represent the many townsfolk who have died or moved away since more bustling days when a factory sustained hundreds of residents.
Description: American Revolution 2 starts with footage of the political demonstrations at the 1968 Democratic Convention and the forceful reaction of the Chicago Police Department and the National Guard. Investigating the lack of an African American presence at the protests, the filmmakers follow members of the Chicago chapter of the Black Panther Party as they find for common ground with a tons of white activist groups. In one scene, Panther Bobby Lee and members of the Young Patriots, a community of white Appalachian activists living in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago, organize to protest police brutality. The seemingly disparate groups search shared social and political objectives that overcome racial differences – police violence, poverty, lack of employment, and terrible living conditions. This potential for a cross-racial and interethnic political movement is the movie’s pretty but unrealized dream.
Description: Razing the Bar documents the development and eventual demolition of a well-loved fringe punk rock Seattle venue through interviews of employees, friends, and a multitude of local musicians.
Description: From her childhood bedroom in the Chicago suburbs, an American teenage woman uses social media to run the revolution in Syria. Armed with Facebook, Twitter, Skype and cameraphones, she supports her social network in Damascus and Homs braves snipers and shelling in the roads and the globe the human rights atrocities of one of the most brutal dictators. But as the revolution rages on, everyone in the network gotta decide what is the most effective method to war a dictator: social media or AK-47s.
Description: At the age of 54, Binode Bihari Mukherjee, an accomplished painter, lost his sight following an unsuccessful cataract operation. He continued to make art despite his loss of sight. The documentary explores Binode Bihari’s inner eye that tutorials his fingers to make art.
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