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Description: Priorat. A region boasting 150 wineries, high-end wines on worldwide top ten lists and at fancy restaurants across the globe. But just 30 years ago, it had just 4 wineries and they were producing table wine. This is the storyline of The Superb Five and the folks of Priorat. How together, they turned a declining zone into one of the most vibrant wine producing regions in Spain and the world, and found a future in their wine.
Description: It seems highly unlikely that Colonel Sanders ever thought that he would be selling his Kentucky Fried Chicken to the Japanese, but Kentucky Fried Chicken, Japan, Inc. is doing just that, and doing it successfully. The company, headed by an American director and staffed by the Japanese, has raised the business of fast-food retailing to an art. Here West meets East as the Japanese are shown how to prepare the product and the Americans are introduced to the fine art of Japanese business. –cte.uw.edu
Description: Anna Van der Wee lost her twin brother in a tragic accident at age 20. She takes us on a adventure to four continents and revisits key relationships to understand how the death of her brother affected her life and loves.
Description: The Tirpitz was the Third Reich’s ultimate weapon. Sister ship to the Bismarck, she was the most successful German battleship of WWII. She alone had the power to destroy an whole convoy, and from 1939-44 she terrified Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin and Allied Naval Forces throughout the Atlantic and Arctic seaways. It took 36 attempts over five years to finally sink her. ‘Sink the Tirpitz’ recreates the five-year struggle to destroy Hitler’s largest battleship, brought to life by American Canadian and British survivors working alongside their counterparts in the Forces today.
Description: With honesty, intelligence and humour, Nancy, Simone and Gloria reflect on their experiences of balancing single parenthood, working life, relationships and the fulfillment of their own targets in the context of society.
Description: Leaving is a short video piece that explores transient territories and bodies through the chronicling of a hitchhiking trip taken during the summer of 2016, throughout Canada and the United States. Based on fragmentary evidence collected - a broken video camera, a wide tons of cuts and bruises and a general concept of what was written in a lost notebook - it explores the intersection between femininity and travel, the manifold perceptions of the other, as well as the test of intimacy and kinship as softwares for protection.
Description: British artist Oliver Payne presents this stylishly thought provoking movie about cult-like Japanese fashion brand Cav Empt. Through playful visual studies of the elusive brand's clothing, amplified by a soundtrack from Jackson Bailey, Payne explores the idea of the "Spread Mind" first developed by Italian philosopher Riccardo Manzotti, which argues that consciousness is literally real—a physical thing. The artist-filmmaker, whose work has been exhibited at the ICA and Serpentine galleries, riffs off this theory by posing the enigmatic question: "Where does Cav Empt happen?"
Description: Korea is a divided nation. Filmmaker Min Sook Lee sets out on a revelatory, emotion-charged adventure into Korea’s broken heart, exploring the rhetoric and realism of reunification through the extraordinary stories of ordinary people.
Description: A fascinating look at the meaning behind some Indigenous masks from the North Pacific coast. Expositor and lecturer is Professor Claude Levi-Strauss of Paris, world-renowned anthropologist and authority on the structural analysis of myth.
Description: Al Jazeera’s two-part documentary Killing the Count examines the eventful life of Count Folke Bernadotte, head of the Swedish Red Cross and a leading figure in the rescue of thousands of concentration camp prisoners in Globe Fight II. Count Folke was appointed as UN Mediator in the first Arab-Israeli war, shortly before he was assassinated by Zionist extremists in 1948.
Description: Chesterton, Indiana's annual WIZARD OF OZ parade (as well as their many Oz-themed festivities) provides the backdrop for I MARRIED A MUNCHKIN, Tom Palazzolo's study of the life and career of Mary Ellen St. Aubin. Self-described as "normal, but little," Mary Ellen features her early begin in present business as a performer in an all-dwarf vaudeville act, her brief appearance in 1946's THREE WISE FOOLS, her 1948 marriage to former Munchkin Parnell St. Aubin and their subsequent retirement from entertainment to run a bar (called the Midget Club) in the South Side of Chicago. Two another former Munchkins (Margaret Pellegrini and Clarence Swensen) briefly appear among the day's revelry. Also included is a postscript (shot some time after the initial film) featuring Mary Ellen briefly describing the original size of her role in THREE WISE FOOLS, which originally featured a line and an ill-fated "flying" effect. - Tom Fritsche
Description: Even now, in times of an ubiquitous sexualisation of daily life, the female orgasm continues to remain a mystery. In the documentary essay LA PETITE MORT, girls of various ages and with various sexual preferences share how they experience orgasms, describe what it feels like and launch up about a failed climax. Removed from pornography and excessive eroticism, they launch up in indirect conversation with director-narrator Annie Gisler, who illustrates the sensual narratives of her protagonists with poetic, abstract and metaphorical images. Driven by the desire to overcome taboos and expectations that still overshadow female sexuality, the young Swiss filmmaker provides a sensitive and humorous examination of feminine intimacy in all its multifaceted richness. A dialogue among women, for women. And men.
Description: Anne Braden: Southern Patriot is a first person documentary about the extraordinary life of this American civil rights leader. Braden was hailed by Dr. Martin Luther Lord Jr. in his 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail as a white southerner whose rejection of her segregationist upbringing was eloquent and prophetic. Ostracized as a red in the 1950s, she fought for an inclusive movement community and mentored three generations of social justice advocates. Braden’s storyline explores not only the dangers of racism and political repression but also the power of a woman’s life spent in commitment to social justice.
Description: A 35-year-old shepherd wandered over the border from the Turkish district of Kars into Armenia to retrieve his animal. In this haunting, desolate landscape, the borders are invisible, but fatal.
Description: Artists Bo Bartlett and Betsy Eby travel the country finding art in their surroundings before being unexpectedly forced to consider what it would mean to lose the ability to see.
Description: The life stories of four families who were confronted with organ donation or transplantation issues. With humility and nice generosity, the characters reveal to us the suffering, feelings, happiness that have surrounded these exceptional moments.
Description: A image that you keep in your hand instantly after clicking? 70 years ago this was an almost magical innovation! The storyline starts in the post-war period with the brilliant American inventor Dr. Edwin Land. Polaroid’s immediate photography is born, a phenomenon that subsequently shapes entire generations of snap shooters and photographers, attracting a wide array of wildly experimenting artists. Half a century and a digital revolution later, the demise of Polaroid seems unavoidable. But the presumably dead hold on living. What follows is the miraculous resurrection of a cult object in a globe dominated by Smartphones. SUBITO is not just an originally narrated movie about the origin and importance of immediate photography, it is also a highly amusing insight into famous culture and the untiring human enthusiasm for technical novelty. Renowned movie artist Peter Volkart ventures into detail movie length for the first time with this fascinating and sprightly narrated documentary essay.
Description: This documentary focuses on the Civil Rights Movement in the heavily segregated steel industry and its equally segregated union, The United Steelworkers of America (USWA), at the time when this industry—devastated by mismanagement and global competition—began to crumble. It is a strong picture of black working-class life in the latter part of the 20th century, said in a combination of interviews and documentary footage. Through live testimonials and revelatory archival materials, Struggles shows the contributions of African Americans to the steel industry and to the labor movement more generally. (via cinema.indiana.edu)
Description: American Alley traces the lives of Korean and immigrant girls who deliever sexual services to U.S. military personnel stationed near the camptown zone named “American Alley” in South Korea. The movie depicts the changing landscape of camptown life and sexualized labor as girls from Russia and the Philippines replace Korean girls as entertainers in GI clubs. The documentary skillfully situates these changes in the context of U.S.–South Korean relations and fresh gender and racial politics in South Korea. (via cinema.indiana.edu)
Description: It won't take long to fall in love with the topics of Painted Nails, Van Hoang, a Vietnamese nail salon owner who serves an ethnically diverse group of working class girls with acrylic nails and intricate airbrush designs. Through the course of the film, Van unintentionally becomes a contemporary Norma Rae or Erin Brockovich. Painted Nails brings us unprecedented insight into the private nature of the political movement to regulate one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S. Major loopholes in the federal law dating back to 1938 let the 50-billion-dollar cosmetics industry to place endless amounts of chemicals into private care products with no needed testing, monitoring of health effects, or labeling requirements. (via Kanopy)
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