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Description: In 1945 the forgotten Serbian Globe Fight II Character Walter got killed while defending the occupied town of Sarajevo. In 1972 the actor Velimir Bata Zivojinovic changed the history of China portraying Walter in a Yugoslav partisan movie. More than a billion folks saw that movie until today. Myth. Legend.
Description: Known for their aggressive nature, exuberance and strength, pit bulls often come with a warning tag. But any 'dangerous' dog owner knows that the key to taming the breed is to handle with care, or rather, with proper training, a powerful lead and a muzzle in tow. Through an intimate look into the relationships between few canine lovers and their pets, Pitbull reveals that these dogs are not nearly as fearsome as they seem.
Description: Bob Robinson (1927-1996) and American photographer living and working in many parts of the world. Norway was one place. His ebook "Captured by the Norwegians" was published in 1958. Founding member of Manité - a photographic collective. Made the movie about Sylvie Becker from East Berlin.
Description: The remarkable storyline of how luxury vehicle maker Jaguar made its first electric car. With exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to Jaguar's state-of-the-art engineering laboratories and top-secret design studios, Going Electric shows what it takes to create a sophisticated fresh vehicle and provides an intriguing, inside view of one of the world's most iconic companies as it grapples with the future. It reveals a globe where technical excellence meets exquisite craftsmanship – where playing is taken to the extremes and the vehicle pushed to the limit. Going Electric was directed by award-winning filmmaker Ben Lawrie and narrated by Hollywood actor Tag Strong.
Description: At the downbeat of the fresh millennium there was no bigger, darker, or more deeply influential difficult rock band in the globe than KoRn. But for lead guitarist Brian Head Welch, a dream come real was giving method to a raging nightmare of self-loathing and addiction. At the end of himself, he made an even harder decision than leaving KoRn. Said with intimate access to the family and band, this genre-bending documentary delivers unprecedented access to one of rock's most wonderful stories of restoration.
Description: Since 2012, a group of girls has staged regular demonstrations in front of government buildings in Tunis. These are the "Photograph-Women". They are named this because they keep portraits of boys in gilt frames in their arms: their sons, brothers, husbands - all of whom have disappeared trying to reach Lampedusa clandestinely at the time of the Arab Spring. Shortly before they arrived on the island, some of them made calls to their nearest and dearest. Since then, no news. But nor have any bodies been found to demonstrate that they are dead. The calls received are interpreted as proof of life by the "Photograph Women".
Description: Shows a parade held in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the incorporation of Atlantic Town in 1854. Contains views of patriotic floats, a U.S. Units Drum and Bugle Corps, and the boys and equipment of the Atlantic Town Fire Department.
Description: The average age of the U.S. farmer has reached 60. Half of America's farmland will change ownership in the next 15 years. Our nation faces a little-known agricultural crisis on an unprecedented scale. Vs all odds, this is the storyline of an eclectic mix of young people- military veterans, bright-eyed idealists, and multi-generational farmers who are accepting the virtuous challenge of feeding us all. The documentary is narrated by Mike Rowe, Dirty Jobs, Returning the Favor and stars farmers from each region of the United States including national agricultural leaders like Joel Salatin, Eliot Coleman, Blake Hurst and Lindsey Lusher-Shute.
Description: Uncle Art says the storyline of the boy behind some of the most memorable gaming melody of the 80's and 90's - Starglider, Carrier Command, Beneath a Steel Sky, After Burner and more. Dave Lowe broke technological boundaries of the period and inspired legions of players worldwide with his music.
Description: The findings of Danish paleontologist Peter Lund. The landscape of the region of Lagoa Santa, the men, the houses and the animals. Some of the caves from where Lund collected the remains of prehistoric animals and humans. Some fossils from the caves of the Lagoa Santa region. The fossils of the Lund room in the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro.
Description: The storyline of Vicente de Carvalho through the towns of Santos, Bertioga and São Paulo. The recitation of poems by Vicente de Carvalho illustrated by photos of beaches and waves that burst.
Description: Anderson is a middle-aged Brazilian who has cerebral palsy. He was invited to create a short movie and only agreed if the movie was not a drama. He relies on his brother's companionship and passion for his squad to test to achieve that goal.
Description: When Hitler invaded Europe, three million Jews fled south. Under The Sky is a narrated film about this exodus illustrated by movie archives and interviews with eight eighty-year-old individuals, all of whom were kids back then and actually give voice to the trip that millions of Jews had to take in order to escape the Nazis.
Description: They're named bar women, hostesses, or sex workers and "western princesses." They come from terrible families, struggling to earn a decent wage, only to be forced into the world's oldest profession. They're the girls who work in the camptowns that surround U.S. military bases in South Korea. In 40 years, over a million girls have worked in Korea's military sex industry, but their existence has never been officially acknowledged by either government. In The Girls Outside, a movie by J.T. Orinne Takagi and Hye Jung Park, some of these girls bravely speak out about their lives for the first time. The movie raises provocative questions about military policy, economic survival, and the role of girls in global geopolitics
Description: The Goodmans were a singing Christian-based family who toured the globe from the 1990s-early 2000s. On Sunday, December 8, 1996, father Steve Goodman and five of his kids were in a vehicle accident that resulted in the death of sons David (age 12) and Peter (age 11) and daughter LeAnne (age 10). They were buried together on December 14. Steve, and daughters Aimee and Andrea were on life help and had different complications, but eventually recovered. The family instantly resumed their worldwide touring with a fresh mission, to speak of their private experiences rebuilding their family after the devastation of the accident. On December 20 the following year, the storyline was aired on TV as a musically charged documentary named Fortress of Love, hosted by Merrill Osmond and with melody by Kenneth Cope.
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In november 2017, after some years of waiting in patience, I finally saw the documentairy 'Betty - They tell I'm different' about the life and times of the underestimated goddess of seventies funk Betty Davis. This documentary got it's globe premiere at the 2017 edition of the International Documentary Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA) and was realized by independent filmmaker Phil Cox, director of the Native Voice Movies company from the UK and his team. In one word, this documentay is awesome. As an early crowdfunder of this documentary, fanatic of the mysterious Betty since the mid eighties when I discovered her music, it felt like an historic moment to view it. Her melody is still unique, a style of her own. Her roots, growing up in post-war America with severe wounds of the slavery times, poverty of the black community, segregation and the struggle for equal rights explains a lot of things about Betty's music. The documentairy however provided a deeper look. Instead of adapting to white codes, Betty became a gratis thinker. At a very young age Betty Mabry (her maiden name), started writing songs. About freedom. About pain. About being a woman. About being a special human. Powerful lyrics and songs, not political or to protest, she kept it close to herself. A very courageous voice, singing 'Are you ready for Betty' on one of her first vinyl 7" records was a very authentic statement in the sixties and early eventies. In particular, being a black girl and on your own. This case has improved, but is still often the situation today I think... Soon on, she discovered she had more constructive talents then songwriting and singing. Fashion, art, the visualisation of ideas, all came together in the early seventies. She was method ahead of her times. But after three great, revolutionary but shamelessly ignored and overlooked albums she seemed to have disappeared from earth. Phil and his squad managed to receive contact with her and have gained confidence from her to create this documentary with her cooperation. They discovered rare footage and the storyline is partly unwinded. Betty has had hard decades after her withdrawal from the melody industry. The nice news is that she is writing again, the crow, symbolic element for inspiration in this documentairy has returned. The powerful photo is connected with her sensitive hero in this raw and pretty film. I have to mention the fabulous animations made by Phil Good, a nice method to connect the various parts of Betty's story. This must-see documentairy gives hope. Betty's message of the past and her current struggle for life has something necessary to tell to loads of people. In particular folks who have to struggle. This is so much more than a melody documentary. Large 'chapeau' for Phil and his Native Voice Movie team. It was a large honour for me to have played quite a lot of the orginal vinyl releases of Betty Mabry/Betty Davis as a dj at the globe premiere at Pathe de Munt cinema on the IDFA festival in Amsterdam. Koert Sauer, dj, fanatic and crowdfunding participant
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