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Description: Beautifully Broken explores the life and work of renowned contemporary Toronto photographer Rafael Goldchain whose work has been exhibited at MOMA, the Canadian Centre for Contemporary Photography and around the world. Goldchain is fascinated by themes of identity and mortality. His unusual artistic interpretation of photographs of his ancestors is real performance art. As an artist and father, Goldchain struggles with his own Jewish identity and passing on this legacy to his son.
Description: Is it real what they tell in Spamalot (“You won’t create it on Broadway if you don’t have any Jews”)? Tracing Broadway’s Yiddish roots, and exploring back-stories behind many landmark shows from Showboat to Wicked, filmmaker Michael Kantor chronicles the special role of Jewish musicians in the creation of the modern American musical. This joyful and clever documentary details interviews with many theatre artists, rare archival footage and recordings from original Broadway productions, and unforgettable anecdotes (hearing about Ethel Merman’s irreverent behavior at a Passover Seder during the rehearsals for Gypsy will leave you in hysterics).
Description: In this hour, MSNBC goes inside the globe of Bryon Widner, a former skinhead "pit bull", as he undergoes painful treatments to remove the physical representation of the hate he had exhibited to the globe for more than half his life. Erasing Hate is produced by Bill Brummel Productions. MSNBC broadcast a forty-four-minute tv ver of the movie in 2011. A feature-length movie version, approximately ninety minutes, is accessible for theatrical, international broadcast, streaming and educational distribution.
Description: Samy Szlingerbaum made his movie Dakh-Brisel (Brussels-Transit) in 1980, thirty years after any Yiddish detail movie had been produced. Szlingerbaum felt that the only method he should relate the storyline of his family’s find for refuge after Globe Fight II was in Yiddish. This Belgian-based filmmaker, deeply impacted by Fresh York experimental cinema, gives us a masterful blend of strong drama and stark documentary to say the storyline of postwar European Jewry. Home, as it had been, no longer exists, and all that Samy’s family wants is a zone in which to sink fresh roots.
Description: In TJFF’s 21 years, we’ve rarely seen a movie quite like this one. Filmmaker Marc Halberstadt is trying to receive back the property that his parents lost to the Nazis and accumulate 65 years of back rent. But he realizes that the land his family fled to and settled on in America had been seized from Native Americans, to whom, in fairness, he actually owes 65 years of back rent. Then it hits him—why not allow the Native Americans accumulate directly from the Germans? Slash out the middleman! He is joined by four Native Americans and travels to Germany to see if anyone will accept with this novel idea.
Description: The Abayudaya are Ugandan Jews, who once numbered 5000; but due to casualties from Idi Amin’s regime of terror, only a tiny group remains. Living with lingering intolerance as well as collapsed coffee prices, struggling Jewish, Christian and Muslim coffee farmers place aside their differences and form the Delightful Peace Coffee Cooperative. What follows is an uplifting and inspiring story.
Description: In 1972, the globe was shocked to learn that members of the Israeli Olympic Squad had been taken hostage by Palestinian terrorists. In this documentary, seven survivors of the squad recall what they witnessed and how they escaped. The men’s reminiscences and commentaries are strong in their honesty and openness. Four decades later, we re-live their hopeful comeback at the games, the hostage drama, the failed rescue attempt and the memorial service.
Description: For most women, “fluchkes” (a Yiddish word referring to flabby underarms) are something to “kvetch” about. For the group of female seniors, between the ages of 72 and 82, creating and preparing for a dance performance, fluchkes are just other badge of honour in a life lived to the fullest. Comfortable in front of the camera, every of these girls speaks candidly about aging, sex, and relationships. Director Ofer Inov follows this group of energetic girls through a year of rehearsals—through moments of hardships and self-doubt as well as moments of camaraderie, inner-strength and success.
Description: This visually stunning movie is both a travelogue of the lush landscape of Cameroon and an exploration of the frustrations of bringing First Globe innovations to a Third Globe country. Israel, recognized as a leader in drip-irrigation technology, shares its expertise with countries around the world. Mickey Arbel, Israel’s ambassador to Cameroon, has made it his point to persuade the residents of rural villages to adopt this system that would finally resolve their irrigation difficulties. However, old methods die difficult in Cameroon and things do not everytime go as planned. Director Jonathan Paz (The Galilee Eskimos, TJFF 2009) follows Arbel on a adventure that is by turns surreal, funny and frustrating. For the charismatic Arbel, it is also a adventure of soul searching and self-discovery.
Description: When photographer Eran Barak moves into an apartment in Haifa, he spends his days observing the neighbourhood: three high-rise residential buildings under construction, forever changing the neighbourhood; a photograph of two eternally smiling teenagers killed in a vehicle accident, taped to a tiny monument; an aging Nazi hunter looking for recognition. As he absorbs it all, these seemingly unrelated elements enter his apartment in the form of photographs that line his walls. Reminiscent of the work of Chris Marker, Barak’s Hunting Time is a poetic and moving meditation on memories and remembrance, history and documentation, reality and imagination.
Description: In this startling investigative piece, Canadian-Greek journalist George Gedeon, though not Jewish himself, focuses his camera on the historic and actual climate of attitudes among Greeks towards Jews. The Jewish population in Greece went from 70,000 prior to the Holocaust, to 5,000 today. During few visits to Greece and through interviews with Jewish leaders, Holocaust survivors and academics, Gedeon exposes the misinformed and intolerant views propagated by Greek mass media, church sermons and the general public.
Description: Director Chris Marker starts by recounting his childhood dream of visiting the town of Peking - a town he was once only able to admire in books. The viewer is taken on a adventure through this city, as if experiencing it from the mind and through the eyes of Marker. His thoughts and observations about the traditions, history, and banalities of daily life in Peking are woven together in elegant fashion.
Description: A vast, well-constructed collage of personal home films from the early 1930s to the mid 1970s that reveals the history of the Jewish state in methods that you have never seen before. Rescued from oblivion in drawers, basements and attics, this footage shows everyday family life unfolding alongside happenings that would shape the country. “The entire concept here is there is no one Israeli narrative,” told producer Arik Bernstein in an interview, “This is no official history. It’s not a left-wing look at history, or a right-wing look. These are private histories — tiny moments that create up a entire and present something of who we are.”
Description: Iranian-American filmmaker Mehrnaz Saeedvafa traces her adventure from growing up as young woman in Tehran to adjusting to life in America, while she reflects on how the movies of Jerry Lewis spoke to her as an outsider in both countries. Peppered with clips from Lewis’ films, as well as another Hollywood classics, that have been dubbed into Farsi, this short documentary is “an invaluable cross-cultural lesson,” told esteemed movie critic Jonathan Rosenbaum, who named Jerry and Me one of the greatest movies of 2012.
Description: Shot at Coney Island, Fresh York's legendary amusement park, over two years from 1974-1976, this pretty landmark of American experimental movie languished in semi-obscurity for three decades after its 1980 debut. Restoration was a complex process involving algorithmic pc programming deployed to synchronise sound with photos originally recorded (on monochrome Super 8mm film!) at the unusually slow rate of 18 frames per second. The effect is cinema as a miraculous time-travel machine, a city-poem which transports us to hidden corners that only a real Coney-Islander would know: a native like writer, director, producer and editor Paula Gladstone. She also arranged the soundtrack, featuring melody that ranges from Duke Ellington to the Drifters ("under the board-walk, down by sea...") and, most stirringly, LaBelle.
Description: Pablo needs to stop smoking. Why? Because his wife, family and doctor tell he should. But Pablo is a stubborn man. He has worked in the mercury mines of Almadén, Spain, risking his life daily. He has had five severe heart attacks and smoked 20 Winston's a day since he was 12. Actually in his seventies, Pablo spends most of his day in front of the TV, surrounded by a cloud of smoke, with his back turned firmly towards a village that has lived through better times. Pablo represents the last generation of Almadén mercury miners, an age-old profession with over 2,000 years of history. Through a straightforward depiction of life's daily moments, Pablo's Winter explores the decay of the local mining culture, but above all, pays homage to its true protagonists: the miners and their families.
Description: Costa Botes takes us far, far north of his native Fresh Zealand for this magical documentary about man's four-legged friends. Brian Ladoon is an eccentric, lone-wolf Canadian who has dedicated his life to saving the extinction-threatened Qimmiq - a species of canine used by local Inuits for centuries as hunting-hounds but actually abandoned in favour of motorised skidoos. The snowy wilds of remote northern Manitoba create for a stirringly picturesque backdrop for footage of the rugged but irresistibly pretty Qimmiq, not to mention the polar bears who occasionally amble by. Doing their greatest to create an impact among such furry stage stealers are the crustily ornery Ladoon and his unflappably laid-back younger Kiwi assistant, former teen-TV pinup Caleb Ross.
Description: Long before O'Reilly and Beck, Morton Downey, Jr., was tearing up the talk-show format with his divisive populism. Between the fistfights, rabid audience, and Mort's cigarette smoke everytime "in your face," The Morton Downey Jr. Present was billed as "3-D television," "rock and roll without the music." Évocateur meditates on the hysteria that ended the '80s and ultimately its most notorious agitator.
Description: Videograms of a Revolution is a 1992 documentary movie compiled by Harun Farocki and Andrei Ujică from over 125 hours of amateur footage, news footage, and excerpts from the Bucharest TV studio overtaken by demonstrators as part of the December 1989 Romanian Revolution.
Description: A new fresh blend of observational documentary and tropical science-fiction, JOHN & JANE follows the stories of six call agents that respond American 1-800 numbers in a Mumbai call center. After a heady mix of American culture training and 14 hour night shifts, the job later begins to take its toll. Counter pointing the fluorescent interiors of late night offices and hyper-malls with the uneasy currents swirling around the characters, JOHN & JANE discovers a young generation of urban Indians that are beginning to live between the true and the virtual. However, this futuristic globe of American aliases and simulated reality is not science fiction, these are the times in which we live. JOHN & JANE raises disturbing questions about the nature of private identity in a 21st century globalised world.
Description: Through the travelogue format, it depicts the multitude of Soviet peoples in remote territories of USSR and features the entirety of the wealth of the Soviet land. Focusing on cultural and economic diversity, the movie is in fact a call for unification in order to build a "complete socialist society".
Description: Investigation of the life of ex-guerrilla Iara Iavelberg (1944-1971), a cultured and pretty girl who left behind a comfortable family life opting to engage in an armed struggle vs the Brazilian military dictatorship.
Description: A documentary about Tourettes sufferer John Davidson. This is a follow-up to the 1989 TV documentary John's Not Angry focusing on his show circumstances as an adult with Tourettes and the impact the earlier documentary had on his life. The movie also follows an 8 year old who has been diagnosed with Tourettes.
Description: An epic detail documentary about a coal mining city with a fiery immigrant heritage, once pivotal in fueling America’s industrial revolution and today in decline and struggling to survive and retain its identity, soul and values – all of which were dramatically challenged when four of the town’s white, star football users were charged in the beating death of an undocumented Mexican immigrant called Luis Ramirez. Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Turnley’s most private work, SHENANDOAH creates a deeply felt portrait of a working class community, and the American Dream on trial.
Description: Ten years after the policy-changing and award-winning film, The Dying Rooms, the same squad returns to a very various China where the infamous One Kid Privacy has had the horrific side result of a boom in stolen children. With extraordinary access to devastated parents desperately searching for their stolen son; a boy who brokers the deals and has sold his own offspring; and prospective parents grappling with giving up their soon-to-be-born daughter through lack of options, we are brought face to face with the crisis that such a stringent government privacy has created among China's poorest people.
Description: This movie says the surprising storyline of how the Allegheny Observatory has been a globe leader in the study of the stars since the 1860s. Self-educated, and often facing unrelenting hardships, the folks associated with the Allegheny Observatory defied the odds to create enormous contributions to the founding of astrophysics and early aviation.
Description: A forbidden love storyline played out in a decade that would later spawn the sexual revolution. Part historical documentary and part experimental narrative the movie reconstructs a mesmerizing and erotic narrative from 60 hours of reel-to-reel audiotape discovered in a suitcase. Recorded in the 1960's by a Mid-western girl and her lover they chronicle the features of their adulterous love affair. Reliant on recording devises to document and memorialize their affair the tape recorder evolves as a confidant, witness and participant, everytime omnipresent creating a welcomed threesome. Mirroring the compulsion to confess ones indiscretions in today's Internet globe these captivating recordings speak to an audience that can remember Bert Parks as well as one who has never set finger to a rotary phone.
Description: John Dobson, an 89 year old with a white ponytail and knack for comedy, is the inventor of the Dobsonian telescope mount, which revolutionized astronomy by making large, inexpensive telescopes and deep zone observing accessible to amateur astronomers around the world.
Description: You may not have heard the name, but after seeing this absorbing documentary, you will never forget her. Artist Altina Schinasi (1907—1999) led a fascinating life that intersected with key movements in 20th century American history. This absorbing documentary follows Altina from her birth to a wealthy Jewish family from Turkey, through her school days, her development as a sexually liberated artist, her political activism, her many marriages and her countless artistic achievements. A unbelievable testament to an outstanding girl ahead of her time.
Description: Ukrainian-Canadian Ted Baryluk's grocery shop has been a fixture in Winnipeg's North End for over 20 years. In this image study, Ted talks about his store, the customers who have come and gone and the social changes his multicultural neighbourhood has seen. But most of all he wonders what will become of his shop after he retires. He hopes his daughter will take over, but she wants to transport away. The movie is a wistful rendering of a shopkeeper's relationship with his daughter and a fascinating portrait of a neighbourhood and its inhabitants.
Description: Cash is at the intersection of nearly each aspect of modern life. Most of us take the monetary system for granted, but it has a profound and largely misunderstood influence on our lives. THE MONEY FIX is a feature-length documentary exploring our society’s relationship with the almighty dollar.
Description: Beginning with Zone Invaders in 1978, arcade minigames began to appear everywhere. By 1982, there were 13,000 dedicated arcade territories across North America. It was the Golden Age of Arcade Games, generating $3.2 billion dollars in 1983. By 1985, revenue had fallen 97%. Atari declared bankruptcy. Arcades closed. Most of the old minigames were converted or destroyed. A several were packed into warehouses where they remained, largely forgotten, for at least other decade. This is the storyline of arcade video games, and the generation who grew up in the arcades attempting to accumulate and preserve their fondest memories.
Description: In the San Pedro male prison of La Paz, Bolivia, 1500 prisoners coexist in a zone originally designed for only 300 nuns. Inside, it is like a tiny city, with businesses and services abound. The prisoners create their living inside the enclosure as they would outside. There is a powerful self-organization that plans every-body's lives. As if it weren't enough, there are hundreds of women, wives of the inmates, and almost 300 children, who chose to share their captivity. They are non-convicted beings that agreed living behind bars with the only purpose of preserving a united family. The documentary shows the life of a family inside the jail of La Paz.
Description: An Anthropological Tv Myth is a gloriously jagged collage of fragments culled from an independent Sicilian TV station's output in the mid-90s – the period just before the 'Berlusconi era'. But whereas the Milanese media mogul's spells as president were notable for the cynical degradation of his nation's tv output, with its bawdy game-shows earning much overseas derision, the tiny broadcaster showcased here evidently foregrounded and documented local grass-roots political shenanigans. With no commentary or captions, the movie plunges us into a lively day-before-yesterday epoch when the authorities' wars with the Mafia produced an atmosphere akin to Civil Fight on the streets. Virtuouso editing knits together a dizzyingly wide range of sights and sounds that consistently fascinate and impress.
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