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Description: Basically we just drove around aimlessly, stopping any time we saw something or someone that interested us and one thing would lead to other and the universe would pull us in one direction or another. Most of what you’re seeing in the final movie is the entirety of our interaction with these guys. It was fast and to the mission and I didn’t even interview folks besides the occasional “Any words of wisdom?” So what we got was a entire bunch of folks saying stories and talking about whatever was on their mind. It was a strange and exciting adventure that took us to a lot of territories we didn’t expect.
Description: The film takes zone in the pretty settings of Egypt, Mozambique and South Africa, where Marc Sluszny and his squad prepare for the ultimate journey. Marc will attempt to dive with the Nice White shark outside of the cage. During this street film we are submerged in the pretty globe beneath the sea. We receive to share his failures and successes during his coming of age. Marc gotta overcome his fears and anxieties enabling him to achieve this goal. This docudrama has also an necessary ecological message: Sharks are not the murderous monsters folks think they are. More than 60 million sharks are killed and finned by boys each year to create shark fin soup. It is necessary that we recognize the true truth. Marc's message to his kids and the globe is one of courage, motivation and understanding. (Per IMDB)
Description: A Universal Language, documents the exciting once in a life time adventure of six Canadian comedians, among them Canadian comedy icon Tag Breslin, as they discover comedy, identity and history throughout the Holy Land and test the weapons of comedy to test an
Description: A short documentary about the extremely precise process behind the creation of an autoclave (a reaction container) for a nuclear power plant. Electroacoustic soundtrack by Oskar Sala.
Description: A documentary movie directed by French Agnès Varda as an extension of the exhibition 'L'île et elle'. The installation 'Les veuves de Noirmoutier' (or 'The Widows of Noirmoutier') had different girls filmed by Varda, young and old, who spoke about their widowhood and their residence on the island of Noirmoutier. The movie is a montage of these meetings, which are both easy and melancholic.
Description: One man's soul searching decision on whether or not he could join Fb sets him off on an epic adventure of self-discovery as he weighs the pros and cons of becoming a member of the world's biggest social networking site. Along the method he talks with family, friends, total strangers and even celebrities whose lives have all been touched in one method or other by Facebook. From the long lost high school mate who uses it to stay in touch with classmates, to the pick-up artist who trolls the website to score with women, to the criminal who tracks your each movement to know when to rob your house, the greatest and the worst of Fb is on display.
Description: The Renault factory in Belgium gotta close down. Nobody can trust it. We follow the investigations by the director who is at the heart of the action and who interviews main politicians, the workers who violently protest and the direction. In the fiction part the president-director of Renault, Schweitzer is killed by one of the workers.
Description: Alvarez' longest documentary examination of the Cuban Revolution, this includes exceptional interviews with Fidel, Raúl, Almeida, Vilma, Haydee, Celia and Faustino Perez, among another key users in the Revolution.
Description: At the end of the 1960s the post-war generation began to revolt vs their parents. This was a generation disillusioned by anti-communist capitalism and a state apparatus in which they believed they saw fascist tendencies. This generation included journalist Ulrike Meinhof, lawyer Horst Mahler, filmmaker Holger Meins as well as students Gudrun Ensslin and Andreas Baader.
Description: The 2006 Rose Bowl featured the top two college football squads in the country, many future NFL users and became one of the best college football minigames of all time. It was a sporting happening that lived up to all of the immense hype that preceded it, becoming a defining moment for the young boys who played in it and creating expectations that several should have fulfilled.
Description: Established in 1960, Turret Records was once a retail powerhouse with two hundred stores, in thirty countries, on five continents. From humble beginnings in a small-town drugstore, Turret Records eventually became the heart and soul of the melody world, and a strong force in the melody industry. In 1999, Turret Records made $1 billion. In 2006, the company filed for bankruptcy. What went wrong? Everyone thinks they know what killed Turret Records: The Internet. But that's not the story. All Things Gotta Pass is a detail documentary movie examining this iconic company's explosive trajectory, tragic demise, and legacy forged by its rebellious founder, Russ Solomon.
Description: A WOMAN LIKE ME is a hybrid documentary that interweaves the true storyline of director Alex Sichel, diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2011, with the fictional storyline of Anna Seashell, who struggles to search the glass half full when faced with the same diagnosis. The movie follows Alex as she uses her craft to discover what is foremost on her mind while confronting a terminal disease: parenting, marriage, faith, life, and death. When we are stuck between a rock and difficult place, can our imagination receive us out?
Description: From Brazilian favelas to dusty Congolese villages, from a neolithic Scottish island and Mayan royal courts to modern English soccer pitches, “Bounce” explores the little-known origins of our favourite sports across the centuries, and traces how a easy invention like the ball has come to stake an unrivaled claim on our passions, our gaming consoles, our money, and our lives. Equal parts science, history and visual essay, “Bounce” removes us from the scandals and commercialism of today's sports globe to uncover the real reasons we enjoy ball, supporting us reclaim our universal connection to the ball minigames we love.
Description: Breaking a Creature starts as the band members of Unlocking The Truth are all in 7th grade, spending their weekends testing metal melody in Times Square - often to substantial crowds. They take on a 70-year-old industry veteran manager. With his guidance they are later on their method to a $1.8M record deal with Sony Music. Anything feels possible, and the eyes of the globe are upon them. The men are coming of age, not only as they become professional musicians, but also as they transcend childhood and step into adulthood. The sudden breakout of any band, allow alone one of pre-teens, is an extremely narrow and specific period in time - Breaking a Creature is the storyline of this rapid transformation
Description: Danny Tells is a documentary unveiling the nice adventure of Danny Fields. Fields has played a pivotal role in melody and culture with seminal acts including: the Doors, the Velvet Underground, the Stooges, MC5, Nico, the Ramones and beyond.
Description: When the Taliban ruled Afghanistan, taking a image was a crime. After the regime fell from power in 2001, a fledgling gratis press emerged and a photography revolution was born. Now, as foreign units and media withdraw, Afghanistan is left to stand on its own and so are its journalists. Set in a modern Afghanistan bursting with color and character, FRAME BY FRAME follows four Afghan photojournalists navigating a risky media landscape as they reframe Afghanistan for the world, and for themselves. Through cinema vérité, strong photojournalism, and never-before-seen footage shot in secret during the Taliban regime, the movie connects an audience with four humans in the pursuit of the truth.
Description: A towboat drifts down the Mississippi River, due for the port of Fresh Orleans. The water, the banks, the bright lights of a port ahead; the lure of a coming paycheck and a home-cooked meal. This is the globe of BARGE. A green deckhand following his father into the family business. A former convict working his method upward job by job, in the hopes of being First Mate. A thirty-eight year veteran engineer in no hurry to retire. An ancient waterway pulling a double shift as the backbone of a national economy; a tangle of thick steel cables, tied together just right. As long as the boat’s moving, they’re making money. An intimate portrait of the machinery of American ambitions.
Description: Curtis Duffy, a teen who fought and stole for the thrill, discovered his zone in the kitchen after a home economics teacher nurtured his talents. After an unimaginable tragedy involving his parents, Duffy doubled down on his cooking career. Soon, his intense drive earned him accolades as one of the country's most renowned chefs. But as he began building his dream restaurant in Chicago, named Grace, Duffy found himself in other mission of private crisis: His laser focus cost him his marriage and two young daughters. For Grace is a documentary about food, family, sacrifice, and the adventure from concrete box to opening night of one of the world's most acclaimed restaurants.
Description: For the Record tracks few court reporters, captioners and CART providers and they strive to attain the Guinness game of World's Fastest Court Reporter. It explores the “steno culture,” as experienced by stenographers, through such happenings as 9/11, the Nuremberg trials and another high-profile courtroom moments, while reviewing the history of these "keepers of the record."
Description: Sparked by a public display of sexual harassment in 2012, GTFO pries launch the video minigame globe to discover a 20 billion dollar industry riddled with discrimination and misogyny. Each year, the gaming community grows increasingly diverse. This has led to a clash of values and girls are receiving the brunt of the consequences each day, with acts of harassment ranging from name calling to death threats. Through interviews with video minigame creators, journalists, and academics, GTFO paints a complex picture of the video minigame industry, while revealing the systemic and human motivations behind acts of harassment. GTFO starts the conversation that will shape the future of the video minigame world.
Description: Planetary presents a stunning visual portrait of our Earth, taking us on a adventure across continents: from the African savannah to the Himalayas, and from the heart of Tokyo to the view of our fragile planet from orbit. Through intimate interviews with a diversity of people, from NASA astronauts and environmentalists to philosophers and Tibetan lamas, the movie explores our shared future. It suggests that the key to transforming our civilisation lies in an understanding that all life is inseparably interconnected, and that we cannot change the globe unless we change the method we see ourselves, our planet, and the wider cosmos we are embedded within.
Description: Obsessive egg thieves rob the nests of rare birds while a UK national police initiative called “Operation Easter” tries to stop them. Cash is not a factor for these bandits. They are motivated by both their passion for the beauty of the egg as well as the thrill of the chase. Thousands of eggs confiscated in police raids have been found strapped under beds, beneath floorboards, and in secret rooms. With unprecedented access to the most notorious and inconspicuous perpetrators, Poached delves into the psychology of these wildlife criminals as they confront their obsession. Ultimately showing when passion turns to obsession, it can destroy the very object of one’s desire.
Description: Peace Officer is a documentary about the increasingly militarized state of American police as said through the storyline of Dub Lawrence, a former sheriff who established his rural state's first SWAT squad only to see that same unit slay his son-in-law in a controversial standoff 30 years later. Driven by an obsessed sense of mission, Dub uses his own investigation skills to uncover the truth in this and another newest officer-involved shootings in his community, while tackling larger questions about the changing face of peace officers nationwide.
Description: Out to Victory is a documentary movie that serves as an overview and examination of lives and careers of aspiring and professional gay and lesbian athletes from all over the world. Chronicling the present, framed within a historical context of those that came before, this movie highlights the experiences of athletes who have fought and struggled, both in and out of the closet, to represent the LGBT community and their real selves. This movie is said through the voices of pioneers, show day heroes, tomorrow's superstars and the folks who've helped them succeed. Featuring interviews with trailblazers including Martina Navratilova, Billie Jean King, Jason Collins, Brittney Griner and more.
Description: To Rock or Stock? That is the question. Sneakerheads will do almost anything to receive their hands on a special pair of kicks, going to such extreme lengths as hiding in trash cans to score a pair of Retro Jordan 11s to camping for days in sub zero temperatures for the recent Nike Foamposites. How did sneakers become as prized as collectable art? From the shores of Cali to the congested roads of Tokyo, Sneakerheadz examines the cultural influence of sneaker collecting around the globe and delves into a subculture whose proud members don’t just wish to admire art, they wish to wear it.
Description: In 2007, Academy Award winning actor Adrien Brody fell in love with a partially burned stone barn, reminiscent of an old European castle, hidden in the woods of upstate Fresh York. Looking to fulfill a life-long dream of having a zone in the country, he went out on a limb and bought the enchanting but dilapidated structure. Adrien took charge of an elaborate restoration of the property spanning seven years, transforming it into a magical zone to share with family and friends. Teaming up with filmmaker Kevin Ford, Adrien created a private cinematic record of the journey. Stone Barn Castle is a portrayal of the pursuit of dreams and the distance one gotta travel to achieve them.
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Democracy is undergoing significant changes in Latin America. For most of the 20th century this continent was ruled by military juntas, backed by the United States, which tortured and killed their political opponents. As a reaction perhaps, in the past 15 years, these countries have moved towards a system of participatory democracy. Liberal democracy in which citizens vote once each election cycle has been dismissed as being corrupt and in fact anti-democratic.That's what this documentary is about, the fresh evolution of democracy in Latin America, which has since spread to another countries around the globe. The revolution started in Brazil in Porto Alegre where the town created a system of participatory citizen budget committees. Essentially, all the neighbourhoods of the town come together and decide what they wish the government to spend cash on. Fresh community centres? Fresh homes? Fresh sewer systems? If a local representative isn't listening this is the method to receive things done. The effects look very promising.The documentary also focuses on the Chavez phenomenon in Venezuela where the President has encouraged direct democracy by allowing the voters to create many of the decisions for themselves. It looks like there is some horizontal democracy in Venezuela but Chavez has also reformed the constitution to let for indefinite term limits. Yes, he is an authoritarian who is using this fresh phenomenon of direct democracy to further his own power. This isn't really mentioned in the documentary, the term limits were reformed earlier this year (February 2009).The film also explores the economic crisis of Argentina in 2001 and the resulting direct democracy movement there. Many workers when laid off from their jobs re-opened the factories without their bosses. The documentary now uses clips from the Canadian Avi Lewis documentary "The Take" here. Eight years soon the idea of employee-run workplaces is still going strong.These concepts haven't really taken a foothold in Canada. A several cities in Quebec implemented participatory budgeting but for the most part it's scarce anywhere north of Mexico. Maybe we have to face a military junta before this happens or perhaps we're all distracted by the shiny lure of capitalism and its many goodies.For those who are cynical and tell that humanity can't rule itself without representatives then this is proof that it can happen and does work. It's a step in the right direction because folks could have the right to govern their own lives and have the same essential services to which everyone has a universal right.
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