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Description: In his recent film, Mekas shares what he describes as “a valentine to Yoko Ono,” done in his signature diaristic style. Mixing the familiar 16mm movie with DV video, he offers a fly-on-the-wall look at intimate moments spent with one of the foremost artists of that era, including performances by Ono and fresh footage of her newest work—a testament to her endurance and the friendships she has made and kept over the years.
Description: Documentary in which singer Alesha Dixon, concerned about the increasing pressure on girls to conform to an ideal body type, investigates the practice of airbrushing and retouching that has become a staple of magazine photos. Keen to explore whether these photos simply celebrate the female form or whether they create harmful, unrealistic demands on girls and society, her adventure sees her sitting in on 18-year-old Ellie's boob job, hearing fashion mag insider Liz Jones and celeb friend Cheryl Cole complain about the beauty industry and appearing on a front cover with her own body pretty untouched.
Description: This informative and shocking two-hour documentary reveals over fifteen years of research from the world's leading AIDS scientists and researchers who unveil the truth behind the controversy surrounding HIV. Through this discovery process notification is uncovered about the lack of "real" science behind what is agreed as official science. We are given the occasion to witness and view respected authorities who come forward to challenge many of the uncertainties and "truths" about AIDS. This documentary will challenge those who claim to have discovered the cause of AIDS and who then sold to the globe a highly inconsistent use as the absolute indicator of a fatal disease. A timeline through AIDS history presents inaccurate statements, questionable scientific evidence, and no true answers from the billions of global dollars spent on research.
Description: American citizens in more than 25 states are followed as they set out on the morning of the presidential election, throughout the course of the day, until the polls close in the evening and the effects are revealed.
Description: On April 27th, at 2pm, National Geographic is using a ver of the Environmental Performance Index to take a "pulse" of how countries are performing in regards to their environmental stewardship of the planet. Please forward this video to those you love, our planet World needs you. We don't have a moment to waste. Let's love and protect our Mother Planet actually
Description: An exciting video adventure through the globe of time-lapse photography by one of the founders of the science of photobiology, Dr. John Nash Ott. Do fluorescent lights cause cancer and childhood learning and behavior disorders? Can long-term exposure to low-level radiation as from TV sets, computers, fluorescent lights, and related devices hurt you? Does living behind window glass and with glasses covering our eyes over years affect our health? Is natural sunlight and trace ultra-violet radiation really harmful? Or is it important and beneficial? How do cells, plants, and animals reply to constant exposure to various light color frequencies? These and related questions were the topics of Dr. Ott's pioneering investigations in the field of photobiology, using the ways of time-lapse photography.
Description: Black Mother Black Daughter explores the lives and experiences of black girls in Nova Scotia, their contributions to the home, the church and the community and the strengths they pass on to their daughters.
Description: America's fastest growing sport is flat track roller derby, a full-contact sport that is dominated by women. This is not the 1970's era "fake" roller derby, it's a true sport with true consequences. Discover the challenges these girls face testing a full contact sport in a male dominated society. Follow a Brewcity Bruisers Milwaukee Roller Women season on and off the track in our detail length documentary. Receive unprecedented access how they balance the sport, a career and their private life. A adventure of the obstacles they face to receive respect as an athlete, living the Roller Life.
Description: Revealing St. Louis, Missouri's atomic past as a uranium processing center for the atomic bomb and the governmental and corporate negligence that lead to the illegal dumping of Manhattan Project radioactive waste throughout North County neighborhoods.
Description: The storyline of boxer Sean Mannion, born in the 1950s in Ros Muc in county Galway, Ireland, his boxing career, his emigration to America and the result it had on him, his brush with organized crime in Boston.
Description: A young man plays an accordion in a shopping mall. Béla Tarr picks up the camera one more time to shoot his very last scene. It is his anger about how refugees are treated in Europe, and especially in Hungary, that drove him to create a statement.
Description: From the director of Grammy winning and Oscar nominated Glen Campbell...I'll Be Me, comes AUGIE. Armed with irreverent humor and the love of his life by his side, paralysis has done tiny to slow down the beast inside the genius entrepreneur and LifeFitness mogul, who continues to work daily to search the cure for ALS.
Description: Picking up where 'The Gatekeepers' left off, the documentary 'Surviving Peace' examines why the Israeli-Palestinian peace process has stalled for sixty seven years, even to the present, with the failure of the Kerry talks leaving two state solution is actually "dead in the water." Then this movie examines what until actually has been an unexplored solution- confederation. Surviving Peace questions why Israelis and Palestinians, innovative in each another field of endeavor, suffer stagnation when it comes to making peace. Privacy makers and common folks are tasked to examine the 70 year impasse between Israel and Palestine, the viability of either the two state solution or a one state solution, and whether confederation should be a method forward.
Description: A seriously-funny and wickedly-subversive look at the role of comedy in examining the pressures on girls to be pretty and society's desire and shame relationship with plastic surgery.
Description: One morning in June 2005, the guards of the National Museum of Fine Arts of Chile, noticed that a millionaire Auguste Rodin sculpture had been stolen. 24 hours after the happening a shy art student returns the piece arguing that he had stolen it as part of an artistic project. A documentary that explores the dilemmas of the artist and contemporary art.
Description: The documentary will reveal parallel narratives that show the life of the cartoonist and activist, Henrique de Souza. The movie explores a movement of discovery of the hero next to the young folks from a class of animators who tries to bring the work of Henfil to the show days. In addition to the findings from friends' testimonies, revelations about how the artist used his drawings as a device to "dribble" political censorship and also as a resource for dealing with his fragile health, caused by hemophilia, and expose your constructive restlessness.
Description: 35 years of the progression of rafting in the Pacific Northwest. This documentary takes you through the late 70's and early 80's with Shane Turnbull during his early years with commercial rafting and into the personal boating scene. Pushing forward into the 90's with John Hall and AAA Rafting on the White Salmon River. Then into the personal boating with Doc Loomis, Val Shaull, Jeff Bennett and David Sacquety. In 2008 the raft racing happenings spawned a fresh rush in the whitewater world. From 2008 to 2010 rafters in the Pacific Northwest ventured beyond the guidebooks and explored uncharted zone for rafts.
Description: She is the godmother of performance art. With her shocking public actions she created in the late 60s photos that have burned into the general visual memory until today. The life and work of the Austrian artist Valie Export exemplify a development in art history in which girls sought and found fresh methods and means of expression. Her work provides a feminist counterpart to the Viennese actionism of her time, which has influenced numerous artists of subsequent generations. The innovative diversity of her artistic approaches makes Valie Export an icon of 20th century art history.
Description: About Jösta Hagelbäck (1945-2009), Swedish movie director, writer, poet, musician, actor etc. A human bipolar mixture of genius and madman. Invited to Hollywood, had an artistic hit with the movie "Kejsaren/The Emperor" (1979) at the Berlin Movie Festival.
Description: Justin has everytime managed to escape his own story. But when he discovers his father’s VHS videos and sees his mother, young and healthy, his past catches up, triggering him to finally confront his family’s misfortune. When Justin was four, a stroke left his mother partially paralyzed and unable to speak. Actually that his father is dead, she is the only person he can turn to for answers. While she has to communicate with the support of a computer, she is sharp and witty, and Justin starts to draw the connection between the mother he longed to have and the girl in the wheelchair.
Description: World, that is for the followers of a tiny Mennonite community in Argentina, all that is outside, beyond their community, where the "worldmen" live. Their daily life is determined by an attempt to ward off everything modern, a life without electricity, machines and communicative media, a school whose only ebooks are the Bible and the Catechism. Nora Fingscheidt takes this life in the eye and lets it be said by those who live it - in various degrees of devotion. In the process, it is not least apparent how a life-style, which has devoted itself entirely to the departure from this "world," is formed around it. And then, between the pictures and the words, a gap opens, in which the longing for a more destitute life, as well as the fear of a sad departure, becomes perceptible.
Description: About the artist Ian Hellström (1925-2012) with his own museum. A tour of Ian's house is an journey in art, antiques, skulls and dolls, all in excellent balance. Ian created different jewelry sculptures, a type of collage with glass beads, brooches, easy jewelry and different toys, which were sometimes pasted into boxes with tiny compartments. His colourful art and cross-border life is captivating but not everytime simple to understand.
Description: On Putin’s Blacklist traces the fresh Cold Fight between Russia and the West from the ban on American citizens adopting Russian kids to the Kremlin’s anti-LGBTQ campaign, which positions the international marriage equality movement as a national threat.
Description: Murdered more than 5,000 years ago, Otzi the Iceman is the oldest human mummy on Earth. Now, newly discovered evidence sheds light not only on this mysterious ancient man, but on the dawn of civilization in Europe.
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