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Description: This short documentary follows Glenn Gould to Fresh York City. There, we see the renowned Canadian concert pianist kidding the cab driver, bantering with sound engineers at Columbia Records, and then, alone with the piano, fastidiously recording Bach's Italian Concerto.
Description: Depicts scenes at the Immigration Depot and a nearby dock on Ellis Island. Appears to show, first, a group of immigrants lined up to board a vessel leaving the island, then other group arriving at the island and being directed off of the dock and into the Depot by a uniformed official.
Description: Berlin Kidz is a limited underground DVD, offering you 90 mins of pure Adrenaline. The DVD details risky graffiti actions in enormous heights and is also giving insight into Berlin’s train-surfer stage which has been kept underground for many years.
Description: Teenage woman Mila found out a name of Serbian soldier who saved her from burnt house during the fight in Bosnia. She begins looking for her mother Senada, sister Sanda and her father. All of their names are written on a monument dedicated to dissapeared folks from the town. In turn of the events, she finds her father alive.
Description: Led by the masterful Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea FC broke record after record as the club secured a scintillating Premier League and FA Cup Double for the first time in its glorious history. The Blues were simply untouchable as they sealed a memorable game triumph on the last day of the season with an 8-0 thrashing of Wigan, taking their tally for the year to 103 targets - a fresh Premiership milestone. The season was filled with many magical memories including home and away victories over traditionally the another large three - Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool.
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Description: 1964, Autumn in Chicago. This was my 4th film, shot while waiting to go to prison for refusing to serve in the US military. Silent. B&W. I think it captures the sense of depression, of loneliness within the city. Looking back it seems almost archaic, Chicago as some type of East Bloc country in Soviet times.
Description: While filming professional bullriders for a commercial at the national rodeo in Houston, Texas, Spike Jonze befriended two suburban teenagers who aspired to be cowboys. The documentary chronicles an afternoon in their lives.
Description: Bizarre, unusual and horrifying, Sex Rituals Of The Occult will shock and delight you. Travel with us to this side of hell and learn the sensual secrets kept by the worshippers of Satan. Witness the modern masters of the dark arts as they undertake hideous violations of the flesh and soul.
Description: A philosophical movie work based on the French philosopher Simone Weil's thoughts, beautifully translated into grainy 16mm footage from early modernism's absolute center, Paris, and divided into chapters like stations on a night-time ride with the metro.
Description: "Why Do They Do It ?" preached that it was decent to be a sexual creature. A panel discussion in the Student Association as a type of frame, you watch different so-called live shows and you met actors like Effie Schou, Søren Strømberg, Dale Robinson and Keld Rex Holm. A lot of attention was given to Bodil Joensen, a very pet-friendly young lady, who would like to play a bull called Sofus.
Description: While extracting and polishing their blocks of stone, stonecutters used to tell “the stone is coming to life". This paradox provided Matsumoto with the greatest metaphor for what making a movie is all about. In his opinion, filmmakers work photos in the same method that stonecutters work stones.
Description: On July 4th, 1946, the crowd in Kielce, Poland, slaughtered forty-two Jews and wounded many others. Forty years later, in 1987, Marcel Łoziński visited those territories and met some witnesses of the carnage.
Description: Official highlights of Chelsea's memorable 2003/2004 season. Claudio Ranieri and owner Roman Abramovich place together an perfect squad with the buy of up-and-coming star Scott Parker and a selection of fine domestic and international players. The squad made magnificent progress in the UEFA Champions League, defeated Lazio 4-0 and at home reached the top three in the league with victories vs Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. Each target is shown here, as well as interviews with the players, all presented by Tim Lovejoy.
Description: Details all the games, targets and glory from Chelsea's incredibly successful 2004/05 Premiership campaign in which they were crowned Champions for the first time since 1955. The programme contains exclusive interviews with players, the manager and an insight into the season on and off the pitch.
Description: Back at the club he loves and back with the fanatics who love him. Jose Mourinho returned to deliever a captivating season from beginning to the very end. Each target from each minigame of Chelsea Football Club s 2013/14 season.
Description: Join Backpack Jack and his mates as they dive into the large stinky and nice storyline of garbage. Then take a street trip in a large old 18-wheeler and see what it's like to sleep in the cab hook up the trailer and even talk to another truckers on the CB radio! Scoop up large snow drifts in a snow plow.
Description: The 2008/09 season will go down as one of the most dramatic and exciting in Chelsea FC's long and illustrious history. A mid-season change of manager, a devastating departure from the Champions League and a popular win in The FA Cup Final are just some of the moments to remember.
Description: Everybody knew Marco Bakker as Holland’s most cherished operetta prince. Until that one moment in 1997. Everything changed. How do you hold going? In this intimate portrait, we receive to know a fully various side of Bakker. For example, it turns out the singer has mastered not only the ‘light frivolous pieces’, but also the demanding classics, and together with his partner Willeke van Ammelrooij, he is forced to swap their fairy-tale castle for a humble terraced house in his native village Beverwijk.
Description: Media artists and social activists Jodi Darby, Julie Perini, and Erin Yanke’s movie speaks to the history of police violence in our society, providing a framework for understanding the systems of social control in Portland and its history of exclusion laws, racial profiling, redlining, and gentrification practices. Through conversations with community leaders that contain Walidah Imarisha, creator of the “Oregon Black History Timeline,” JoAnn Hardesty, and Rev. LeRoy Haynes of the Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice & Police Reform, Dan Handelman of Portland Copwatch, and Kent Ford, founder of the Portland Chapter of the Black Panther Party, the filmmakers discover alternatives to actual policing practices and consider tactics for community security that do not employ constant surveillance and unneeded violence.
Description: During an journey spanning two years and two countries, two mega-fans of "A Christmas Story" set out to explore all the film's shooting locations. Along the method they uncover forgotten facts, explore little-known territories and recover long-lost film memorabilia.
Description: This MGM short movie highlights the work of master make-up artist William Tuttle. As the head of MGM's make-up department, Bill Tuttle has been involved in many of MGM's greatest known productions. He shows how they create masks of actors' faces that allows them to work on make-up, particularly prostheses or appliances, without the actor having to spend hours in the make-up room.
Description: A short movie looking behind the scenes at the making of The Dirty Dozen. Showing many scenes being filmed just north of London, the short focuses mostly on star Lee Marvin enjoying his pursuits on his one day off a week.
Description: Zdravko Čolić is the largest pop star in Yugoslavia. We follow him during his "Traveling Earthquake Tour", lerning who is the boy behind the microphone, dancers, glittery suits... and in front of the audience.
Description: Junior Rios started using heroin when he was 15. Actually 29 and the father of three children, Junior's habit costs $200 a day. When he isn't getting high, he is climbing over rooftops and through the burned-out buildings of the South Bronx, stealing what another thieves have overlooked to hold his habit going. His meager diet consists of coffee-soaked bread.
Description: 7th dan Aikikai of Tokyo, Christian Tissier is the essential reference of the authentic Aikido in Europe. In this double box it offers, in a easy and accurate, the discovery of the fundamental principles of Aikido through all the technical and capital projections on different forms of traditional attacks. After a presentation of his art and its founder O-Sensei Ueshiba you will explore a tribute to the nice master Seigo Yamaguchi supported by archive footage. As a bonus, you can relive the saga of three various Doshu of the Aikikai and follow demonstrations of Christian Tissier in Martial Arts Festival de Bercy and during the course of Moriteru Ueshiba in Paris.
Description: An emblematic figure of the French Aikido internationally recognized character; Christian Tissier. With is nice abilities, he gained the recognition of the nice Moriteru Ueshiba Doshu of Aikido, who allowed him to become his training partner during the eight years of his stay in Japan. Today leader of the French Federation of Aikido (FFAAA), he everytime works to promote Aikido, among others, through many stages around the world. This movie presents, without a formal program, the most logical progression to climb all lvls from beginner to the confirmed practitioner of Aikido.
Description: The movie says a very private storyline from two perspectives: our protagonist is both doctor and patient. As a patient, he has struggled with recurring depression for years, and as a doctor he wants to search out why. The find for the origins of his disease leads him into the realm of his own genes and casts light on the fundamental changes facing modern society as a effect of the tremendous progress being made in the field of genetic sequencing. Along the way, he meets a host of folks – researchers, artists, visionaries – who have developed their own very individual approach to genetic coding and are drawing attention to the social significance of genetic technology. The movie does not restrict itself to a scientific view of the topics but also makes test of artistic visions and more playful approaches to genetic blueprints.
Description: A possibility meeting in a parking lot in 1979 between filmmaker Trent Harris and a young boy from Beaver, Utah inspired the creation of an underground movie that is actually known as Beaver Trilogy. But the movie itself is only part of the story.
Description: Habiba and Shah who, because of the fights fought in Afghanistan over the past 25 years, have experienced immense suffering, but who have survived to present how it is possible to be brave and moral in this globe of sanctioned violence and lies. Shah, a former Mujaheddin soldier and land mine victim, works as a cobbler on the pavements of the crashed town of Kabul. One day, he noticed a cute Tajik woman who had only one leg, and he began to court her. Amidst the chaos and violence, and despite all the obstacles of tradition and religion, Shah and Habiba were able to marry.
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A traditional Italo-Brazilian neighborhood Bexiga, along with Belém, Brás and Mooca, was an necessary industrial zone that in the earliest years of 20th Century attracted many businesses, an united community and was highly regarded back in those days. Lately, it's the zone greatest remembered for having the greatest pizza joints of São Paulo. But in the late 1960's and throught out the 1970's Bexiga has fallen down when its most influent residents moved to better places, a government crisis that closed down many companies and what was left was a terrible neighborhood, with empty territories soon occupied by terrible or homeless people. "Bexiga, Ano Zero" ("Bexiga, Year Zero") brings back (briefly) the importance it had in São Paulo's economy, its evolution and then sad downfall. And as I usually like to do, an update: it's no longer a decadent zone as it used to be but it's far from being what used to be in its inception: a zone that welcome jobs, great housing territories and a zone where neighbors and children got together to have great chats on the road and enjoy all the time they wanted. Despite mentioning about economical and political crisis of its then era (1970's), those movies were comissioned by the government itself, yes, the military regime. By those movies I mean a trilogy designed to show three neighborhoods depicted in a popular 1930's short stories collection composed by António de Alcântara Machado called "Brás, Bexiga and Barra Funda" (the latter place, if it has a short movie made I wasn't accessible to find. I wrote about "Brás"). And I've found "Bexiga, Year Zero" really sadder and depressive than Brás because unlike that place, Bexiga was downtrodden, emptied out almost like a ghost city while Brás has become a overcrowded zone that still offered territories to live, plenty of jobs to deliever to folks from all over the country - lately, even foreigners had tiny businesses in there. It's a mess to walk and live there but it has something to offer. Bexiga - though I don't know all that much - took some terrible time to regain momentum and become a great zone to live or go visit. Seeing those abandoned houses, all objects left or shattered, and folks going through those houses and buildings was just a sad reminder of a time when things were at its worst. But that's Brazil, progress and disintegration come hand and hand from time to time. Those are difficult times for everyone and that type of view is most likely to happen whatever zone whether being in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro or elsewhere...but we'll overcome. Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it...that's the lesson I should receive from this documentary. It's not a movie to like. It's a movie to remember the values and life we used to have when communities are united despite its differences, how things can all fall down if we don't take a proper care or if we have the help our powers of be. Watch and learn. 7/10
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