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Description: The eagerly awaited follow-up to the hugely famous Unrideables profiling the nice career of Wayne Rainey. Doohan, Lawson, Mamola, Schwantz and Gardner made their marks on racing but even amongst these giants of the sport Rainey stood proud. Week-in-week-out, the riders engaged in high pressure wheel-to-wheel wars at some of the most iconic race circuits across the globe. Rewards for success were large but the price to be paid for getting things wrong was severe – Schwantz broke both wrists, Doohan shattered his leg and Wayne Rainey, who tasted success more than most, actually has to test a wheelchair following a horrific ruin at Misano. This is the storyline of Rainey's adrenaline fuelled career with input from friends, rivals, managers, journalists and the boy himself.
Description: An award-winning feature-length documentary narrated by Golden World nominee Blair Underwood, FIRST GENERATION says the storyline of four high school students - an inner town athlete, a tiny city waitress, a Samoan fighter dancer, and the daughter of migrant field workers - who set out to break the cycle of poverty and bring hope to their families and communities by pursuing a college education. Shot over the course of three years and featuring some of our nation’s top educational experts (Richard Kahlenberg, The Century Foundation; J.B. Schramm, College Summit; Dr. Bill Tierney, University of Southern California), this 95 minute documentary explores the trouble of college access faced by first generation and low-income students and how their success has major implications for the future of our nation.
Description: This movie tries to create a silent record of the comeback of an economy of scale, its flows, and its results upon the transformation of an island’s physical and human landscape.
Description: The word panchão was first heard in Macao. From the Chinese pan-tcheong or pau-tcheong, dictionaries define it as a Macanese regionalism also known as China cracker. Who inhabits the ancient IEC Long firecracker factory?
Description: The documentary shows avant-gardist tendencies in contemporary graffiti. Works, mostly workgroups, whose main detail is to go far removed or beyond overcome traditions of their category in terms of aesthetics, content and ideals.
Description: Photographed by an all-female team and directed by the creator of Sexual Politics, these are autobiographical interiews with three very various girls who talk frankly about their lives, conflicts, and contrasting life styles.
Description: At Uz, an isolated hamlet in the northern mountains of Portugal, four generations live together in a group of around fifty people. When life is rough, solidarity is of the highest order. Everything else is left in God’s hands. They should have emigrated, like so many others, but chose to stay and hold their ancestral method of life, away from the racket of modernity.
Description: Bruce Baillie's Mr. Hayashi might be thought of as a putative East Coast storyline transformed by a West Coast sensibility. The narrative, slight as it is, mounts a social critique of sorts, involving the difficulty the game character, a Japanese gardener, has finding work that pays adequately. But the beauty of Baillie's black-and-white photography, the misty lusciousness of the landscapes he chooses to photograph, and the strong silence of Mr. Hayashi's figure within them create the viewer forget all about economics and ethnicity. The shots remind us of Sung scrolls of fields and mountain peaks, where the human figure is dwarfed in the middle distance. Rather than a study of unemployment, the movie becomes a study of nested layers of stillness and serenity.
Description: Surprising Europe follows Ugandan born journalist Ssuuna Golooba making a movie and site about life in Europe, and his return back to Africa to warn his brothers back home that Europe is not the paradise they imagine it to be. But do folks wish to hear his message?
Description: Curacao reveals the collectively repressed legacy of the Dutch on their former colony and offers a disturbing look into the influence this has on the contemporary Curacao community.
Description: A documentary of the Inughuit folks of Greenland. Qaanaaq a community of 450 folks in Thule, the northernmost municipality of the globe far up north in the west side of Greenland.
Description: Dave Kilminster teaches primary guitar technique and principles, note by note. Dave prefers to teach with inspiring melody rather than pointless exercises or inane tunes. He provides valuable insights into tuning, moveable chord shapes, and strumming patterns.
Description: Esteban (Stephen Paul) studied under guitar master Andres Segovia and played on Billboard-charting hits; actually he teaches you to enjoy guitar in this introductory course.
Description: "Pioneers In Aviation" profiles two of America's legendary aerospace pioneers--William Boeing and Donald Douglas. Captains of industry, commercial rivals, and private friends, Boeing and Douglas led the aviation industry from the era of the Wright Brothers to the Jet Age. "Pioneers" celebrates a uniquely American heritage in documenting the lives of the boys who founded the fledgling airplane industry and forged the very history of flight.
Description: Filmed in North America, England, Peru, Greenland and Antarctica, FLIGHT explores mysteries of a bird's anatomy, instinct, and behaviors to reveal stunning evidence of clever design in the living world.
Description: Randy Moss has long been an enigma known for his brilliance on the football field and his issues off it. Sometimes there's even been an intersection of those two qualities. "Rand University" gets to that crossing by going back to where he came from - Rand, West Virginia - and exploring what almost derailed him before he ever became nationally known for his extraordinary abilities as a wide receiver.
Description: Caustic wit, boy about town, James McNeill Whistler was the original art star. Popular for his patent leather shoes, monocle, and uptown swagger, Whistler's theatrics attracted the curiosity of buyers and the attention of the critics. But beneath the high gloss and mannered style, the struggle of this pioneering genius to search his own voice resulted in a breakaway style that moved painting towards abstraction and would revolutionize the art globe in his time-and beyond. Greatest known for the groundbreaking portrait of his mother, Whistler had become one of the most recognized artists in Europe by the time of his death. He is actually placed in the first rank of modern painters, his work compared to that of Velazquez and Rembrandt. Dramatic re-creations, art, graphics, and interviews combine to profile this fascinating character.
Description: Pro Wrestler is a documentary about the special subculture surrounding Independent Professional Wrestling. The piece follows 5 Wrestlers at various points in their careers. Filmmaker Kenny Johnson embedded himself in the 'fake' globe of wrestling and filmed over 50 hours of footage. Yes, wrestling is a fake sport that's predetermined. But its very true to the guys that love it and do it.
Description: Niels Stokholm is one of the most idealistic farmers in Denmark. He runs the biodynamic farm with his wife, Rita, and from their farm, Thorshøjgaard, they distribute products to some of the greatest restaurants in the world.But not everyone is equally fond of Thorshøjgaard and their holistic methods. Authorities and bureaucracy threaten to close down the farm. Phie Ambo follows their struggle to create sure that they are not the last to do agriculture the method they do, but some of the first.
Description: This movie documents the inner workings of the globe of wrestling, giving our audience a special understanding of the wonderful physical and mental demands that wrestlers gotta meet before, during, and after a night of entertaining the fans.
Description: "Archie Van Winkle: Indy Wrestler" details an obscure, yet extremely dedicated wrestler on the independent circuit in Tennessee. This "shoot interview" was filmed and edited in the style of a documentary.
Description: Poverty, Inc. explores the hidden side of doing good. From disaster relief to TOMs Shoes, from adoptions to agricultural subsidies, Poverty, Inc. follows the butterfly result of our most well-intentioned efforts and pulls back the curtain on the poverty industrial complex - the multi-billion dollar store of NGOs, multilateral agencies, and for-profit aid contractors. Are we catalyzing development or are we propagating a system in which the terrible stay terrible while the rich receive hipper?
Description: A successful rock band from Greenland? Yes, it's not a lie. In 1973, the Greenlandic Sumé released a debut album, which record time made it to all the households on the icy island. But Sumé's success was not just due to their catchy beat rock, but also to the band's ability to place words to the zeitgeist, where Greenlandic culture was slowly fading away
Description: Stephen Gough has been in prison in Scotland for nearly seven years. Most of that time he has been naked in solitary confinement. Stephen is 'the Naked Rambler', well-known for walking in public wearing just a pair of boots and a rucksack. A controversial figure, Stephen's incarceration has meant he has not seen his two teenage kids grow up. This movie follows Stephen as he attempts to walk home to his family in Eastleigh, Hampshire. Walking over 400 miles naked is fraught with difficulties. It is a four-month quest beset by arrests, police cells, court appearances, releases, rearrests and prison.
Description: For six weeks we explored the Antarctic Peninsula by sea kayak, sailboat, foot and tiny plane, observing the quick changing evolution of this most remote place. Impacted by climate change - temperatures have warmed along the Peninsula faster than anywhere on the planet during the past 50 years - this part of Antarctica is also experiencing a boom in tourism and nations fighting over who owns what as its ice slowly disappears. This National Geographic-sponsored exploration is a one-of-a-kind look at Antarctica from a special perspective - sea level.
Description: This extreme sport documentary showcases the lives of professional kiteboarders. Filmed on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico, "Into the Air" captures breath-taking riding action, and explores the lifestyle associated with the fastest growing extreme water sport.
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Becoming John Ford (2007) *** 1/2 (out of 4) Very nice documentary that covers John Ford's years at Fox. Considering we just had a Ford documentary last year I really wasn't expecting this to offer anything fresh but it now does. The one negative thing about the movie is that I want it would have spent more time discussing his silent movies and talking about some of the ones that are actually lost. Outside of that, this movie centers on the Fox years and makes some very interesting comments about Ford the person and how this person leaked into his movies. It was somewhat sad to hear how Henry Fonda and Ford had their falling out with the director punching the actor but I guess that's just Ford. There's a lot of style on display here that seems out of zone at times but this is still a nice introduction to the Fox years.
I found this doc very slow. It took 2 mins into the movie before you saw the first image of Mr. Ford. The intro had nothing to do with Mr. Ford or his work. Plus, they never spoke to one person who worked with Mr. Ford. How about Maureen O'Hara?The stories have been told. And it looked like a image shoot for those who talk about Mr. Ford (with stories that have been said before). The only nice part of the movie was Mr. Fonda. He did test to give a look into Mr. Ford and his Father's work together.I loved Mr. Redman's doc on the Wild Bunch. But this was boring look at a nice Director.
Just a lot of movie studies 101 talk from boring professor types who blab and drone on and on and on. They deliever us with many useless tidbits on why movies are important. I thought this was to be about the director John Ford.We come out of this knowing next to nothing about John Ford the boy – what shaped him, why did he become a movie director, his upbringing.Does not mention the major movies of John Ford - Stagecoach or The Searchers or The Boy Who Shot Liberty Valance??? Why?? Simply Incomprehensible!!! John Wayne is barely mentioned.Nothing is told about how the movies were made on the zone – such as Monument Valley. Ranks as one of the worst documentaries I have ever seen.
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