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Description: Sandalwood is the basis of most of the world’s most expensive and exotic perfumes. Once prolific, 80% of it actually comes from only one location, the outback of Western Australia. Tribal Scent follows the adventure of choreographer, dancer, didgeridoo player, activist and tribal leader Dr Richard Walley. Richard joins forces with scientists and the world’s major perfume makers in Grasse, France. Together they work toward their shared target of protecting one of the several remaining indigenous Sandalwood reserves in the globe and, at the same time, protecting the harvesters in the outback deserts of Western Australia and thus protecting the sustainability of the high-end perfume industry itself. WA holds 80% of the world’s Sandalwood reserve.
Description: For wildlife filmmakers, the only method to safely discover the startling African lion is at the end of a mighty long lens — until now. Boy v. Lion follows veteran large cat expert Boone Smith across the Nambiti Minigame Reserve as he tracks three male lions in the launch African bush. But to truly understand these brothers, Boone goes face to face with them. We take an in-depth look at the lions' special physical attributes, intricate hierarchy, and complex hunting strategies. Boone explores every scene of a lion's slay leading up to the final face-off: Boone in the middle of lions devouring their prey.
Description: f you wish to know what the scientists know about evolution, then here it is. An enormous breadth of information, assimilated, compressed, and congealed into an easy understood, visually irresistible presentation. "Facts Of Evolution" has layer upon layer of evidence that makes common descent and macroevolution inescapable.
Description: Room Full of Spoons is an in depth documentary about the cult movie that is widely agreed as the worst movie ever made: The Room, and it’s eccentric author Tommy Wiseau. Referred to as “The Citizen Kane of terrible movies” by Entertainment Weekly, The Room grossed only $1800 during it’s initial box office run. Vs all odds, Mr. Wiseau’s disastrous movie found a fresh life on the midnight film circuit and actually plays to audiences around the globe making it one of the most adored and necessary movies in famous culture. Follow Rick Harper and his squad on their adventure across the World as they experience this midnight film phenomenon, meet with the whole cast and team of the The Room and piece together the storyline behind the mysterious Tommy Wiseau. The movie has not yet received a full release due to legal action taken by Wiseau vs the filmmakers.
Description: Genius, Maverick, Legend, George Greatest is perhaps the most talented footballer ever to walk the face of the earth. Greatest was the best, Pele, Cryuff, Maradona – all were magnificent but Greatest had their talent and more. George Greatest had the confidence and arrogance to test absolutely anything – he knew he was a genius and was not scared to present the world. He revelled in the limelight but as the first of the fresh superstars, he found himself unable to cope with the temptations thrown at his feet – alcohol, late nights & women. He indulged them all and as a effect walked out of top class professional football in 1972 aged just 26.
Description: Video accompaniment to the ebook of the same name released by RE/SEARCH magazine, featuring interviews with Survival Research Lab's Tag Pauline, Joe Coleman, Karen Finley, Boyd Rice, and Frank Discussion. "Five Fabulously Funny Interviews with Fiendishly Flamboyant Pranksters discussing diabolical (and sometimes illegal) deeds. Dazzling deceptions and put-ons from some of the most outrageous artists living today."
Description: After 40 years Alain Tanner again travels to the port of Genoa, where he worked for a shipping company as a 22-year-old. On the back of his own memories he depicts the rough globe of the dockworkers, other of those trades that has undergone fundamental changes as a effect of recessions, modernisation and liberalisation. “The visual impression of the harbour and the town has changed very little, but what goes on there nowadays is fully different. The town is still as pretty and alien and somewhat sad as before. But the port is dying, like so many another major ports. In Genoa, as elsewhere in Italy, the economic, social and political climate is highly explosive. But you also feel that things are in flow and the country is on the verge of some far-reaching changes. (...) In this movie I wanted to discover my own memories of Genoa, uncover its show and guess at its future. Genoa, this beautiful, this sad, this alien city has become for me a metaphor for society in change.”
Description: Melody lovers fascinated by the ideas, experiences, and emotions that serve as the foundation of Jamaican reggae are invited to discover the history of the legendary Soul Syndicate - a collection of talented musicians who provided backup instrumentation for such acclaimed artists as Jimmy Cliff, Toots and the Mayals, Burning Spear, and Bob Marley and the Wailers among others.
Description: This is a strong documentary, filmed over a 16 year span, about the rise of a Coalition of six lions, branded The Mapogo Lions, and their takeover of the biggest zone by a pride.
Description: Terence McKenna's Real Hallucinations is an experimental documentary about the chaos at La Chorrera, the imagination, time, the Logos, belief, hope, madness, and doubt. Created by Peter Bergmann, this project is an expansion of concepts first presented in "The Transcendental Object At The End Of Time".
Description: Between 1941 and 1944, at least one quarter of a million folks were murdered in the Lublin/Majdanek concentration camp. Between 1975 and 1981, the longest trial in German legal history took zone in Düsseldorf. Fifteen boys and women, former camp guards, were accused of having participated in the murder of thousands. Director Fechner worked eight years to finished this three-part film, which is composed of interviews with defendants, witnesses, judges, prosecutors, defense councils, historians, criminals, and victims. Filming was not permitted during the 474 days of the six-year trial, so Fechner had to reconstruct the trial. The movie is a type of "counter" trial and an interpretation of the original proceedings. The accused, who hardly told a word during the original trial, eagerly volunteer in front of the camera. Employing a mosaic-like technique and difficult confrontational editing, Fechner allows both criminals and victims to reveal themselves.
Description: A strong documentary about the lives of teens and young adults as seen through the gender lens. Approaching society's concepts and ideals of gender through clothes, sexuality, sports, dance, safety, consumerism and emotion, the movie addresses the complexities of conceptions of masculinity and femininity for Generation Z.
Description: A fully black background and, before it, a microphone; during this movie a total of ten girls and boys will step up to this microphone. In December 2011, Berlin venue Haus der Kulturen der Welt held a conference on the subject of the actual state of our democracy. The speakers’ appraisal is shocking: the Euro crisis and so-called greatest alternative to ‘save the markets’ means that the poker minigame over our common currency has taken precedence over visionary politics and institutions and parliamentarians are reduced to testing extras in a hectic race vs time. Professing themselves to being at the mercy of practical constraints, politicians are at the same time using this line of argument to legitimise the dismantling of justice, freedom and solidarity.
Description: Haunting and deeply human, Boone says the storyline of three young goat farmers as they transition with the seasons and come to terms with the physical and emotional grit needed to live in deep relationship with the land. This experiential movie is a visceral meditation on the sacrifice and struggle of a lifestyle born of self reliance; a sensual homage to the heart and soul of a farmer.
Description: The end moraines of the Uckermark have kept Volker Koepp busy for decades. Following the socio-historical "Uckermark", he devotes himself in "Landstück" even more intensively to conveying the sensory experience of this sparsely populated, ecologically fascinating region between Berlin and the Baltic Sea.
Description: Michel Roux Jr explores the life and influence of his nice culinary hero, Georges Auguste Escoffier. The boy who turned eating into dining. The first nice restaurant chef, Escoffier established restaurants in grand hotels all over the globe and in these centres of luxury and decadence, the world's most glamorous figures of the day would mix: actresses and princes, duchesses and opera singers. Catering to this international jet set, Escoffier produced fabulous dishes that combined luxury and theatricality, elevating restaurant meal to an art form. In a time of untold luxury and decadence, when cash and pleasure combined like never before, he cooked and called dishes for all of London's society - from Queen Victoria and Bertie, the fun-loving Prince of Wales, to the most glamorous entertainers of the day - Oscar Wilde, the actress Sarah Bernhardt and opera singer Nellie Melba.
Description: Back in June, we invited South African rave-rap team Die Antwoord to enjoy their first present in Fresh York City. They are one of our favourite bands and their performance that day was one of the most hectic, intense and nice shows we had seen in a long time. While we were hanging out with them here, Ninja and Yo-Landi kept talking about a tiny creature named Tokoloshe, the most feared of all African demons. Ninja said us about how when he was growing up, his nanny would test a stack of bricks to raise her bed up, just to hold the Tokoloshe away at night. It turns out this is a fairly common practice among girls in South Africa since this hairy, pot-bellied dwarf, unlike your typical Western boogiemonsters, is believed to have a penis the size of a horse’s and a penchant for sneaking into people’s bedrooms and raping them.
Description: In 1950 architect Anthony B. Almeida was one of the first to introduce modern architecture in Tanzania. At that time architectural modernism was the preferred expression of the intended colonial welfare state. After Independence in 1961 Nyerere’s African socialism used the same architectural style to convey the hope and strength of the fresh African nation. Following Almeida and some of his colleagues, the movie questions what is left of the dreams and ideals of this first generation. It searches for fresh definitions of happiness in booming African towns like today’s Dar es Salaam. The movie documents the everlasting human pursuit of modernity, not only in architecture but also in contemporary urban life.
Description: This film, produced by the Canadian Centre for Architecture, explores the controversial storyline of the planning and politics of a series of overpasses on the parkways of Long Island, commissioned in the 1920s and 1930s by the influential American public administrator Robert Moses. The storyline suggests that these bridges were designed to prevent the passage of buses, thereby only allowing folks who should afford to own a vehicle to access Long Island’s leisure spaces. The movie investigates the storyline and the ongoing academic debate that it spurred through interviews with four scholars who in the 1980s and 1990s discussed interpretations of the design. The questions that the movie raises engage with problems of secrecy and control, the morals of power and the results of technology.
Description: Taken away from her land because of violence, Blanca has been recently taking care of a shack on the border of Bogotá with three of her grandsons. Didier, the eldest child, struggling with a turbulent adolescent crisis, already seems to be heading towards uncertain territories. Blanca wars to protect him from afar, as she watches over the two younger boys, in fear of seeing them stray as well…
Description: This short documentary from the Canadian Artists series presents the art of Emily Carr, the Canadian painter who found exciting topics matter on British Columbia's Pacific Coast, with its giant trees and its Indigenous villages, totems and carvings. When Carr visited the Ucluelet Indian Reserve on Vancouver Island in 1898, the Nuu-chah-nulth folks gave her the name Klee Wyck, meaning “Laughing One.” Her canvases are shown here amidst the landscapes and territories where they were painted.
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First, allow me tell I enjoyed this TV film more than I thought. Like nearly each another Canadian over 40, I remember the Henderson target and the drama leading up to it. So, I thought a drama about "the drama" would surely fall short. I was pleasantly surprised. The key characters are all well represented with their most memorable details intact. We have Eagleson the Shyster, Sinden the Skinflint, Espo the Braggart, Ferguson the Vulgar, Cournoyer the Shy, Dryden the Intellectual, and Henderson the Character (sort of a Canuck 7 dwarfs). The period setting and feel is dead on, reminiscent of the film TRUDEAU which took zone roughly the same time. Like TRUDEAU, the real Canadian soundtrack supports immensely. The Poppy Family's "Evil Grows", Lighthouse's "One Fine Morning", Crowbar's "Oh, What A Feeling", and 2 tunes every from Five Boy Electrical Band("Signs","Absolutely Right") and The Guess Who("No Sugar Tonight" and "No Time")punctuate the plot at appropriate times. The movie ends with Leonard Cohen's haunting "Avalanche" testing as a sense of relief settles over the players. This 70s soundtrack serves to remind us that we've produced nice musicians as well as nice athletes. Personally, I prefer watching highlights of the original thing (Cournoyer, the Roadrunner who got the TYING target was a bigger character to me than Henderson at the time), but this movie's heart is in the right zone and you can't fault them for that. This film will have limited appeal to non Canadians and non hockey fans, but for the rest of us, it is a pure delight to be reminded of our MIRACLE, our shot heard around the world, at least this part of the world.
First-rate cast and script! David Miller (Paul Henderson) was a stand-out, as was Judah Katz (Eagleson) Hold up the perfect work, CBC! I especially appreciated the precision of this acc I felt the job was particularly nice in view of the iconic nature of this project. The writers and director resisted the temptation to emotionally overload the storyline with a lot of false rhetoric. I appreciated the script's subtlety, the sense of duality felt by team-members, wanting to enjoy their very best, yet under intense pressure to succumb to the 'win at all costs' mentality, perfectly exemplified by Henderson/Miller and Esposito on one hand, and 'The Eagle', Fergie and Clarke on the other. Like many Canadians I'm sure, as the series progressed, I felt I really just wanted my guys to "pull it together", and victory the series- no matter how Hard-Assed they had to be to victory it! Thanks again CBC! A very classy product! Mike Fullerton
First of all, know this. My most vivid childhood memory is of classes being suspended on September 28, 1972 and everyone going to watch Minigame #8 of the Summit Series in the high school library. When Cournoyer scored the target that tied things at five, I heard myself tell aloud "They're gonna win" before few witnesses. Later, with 34 seconds left, Paul Henderson saved my hide and made me a seer.I have everytime thought the '72 Summit Series was tailor-made for a movie, or TV mini-series. At last we have developed enough confidence in our Canadian film-making prowess to attempt something. The casting in this tool is dead-on, with Booth Savage 'being' Harry Sinden, akin to Kurt Russell 'being' Herb Brooks in MIRACLE. I am reminded of Sinden's ebook 'Hockey Showdown' whenever Savage and Tag Owen (John Ferguson) perform together.The interesting sub-plot about Frank Mahovlich's obsessive disdain for the Russians is something past documentaries have seen fit to gloss over. Does the story appear in this TV drama because Frank was appointed to the Senate and his life is actually public domain? Alan Eagleson is portrayed with surprising sympathy despite his show incarceration for misappropriating NHL pension funds.The child who plays Esposito seems almost too handsome and clean for the role (Espo was exponentially more greasy, not to mention more arrogant and vulgar), although he did a nice job with Phil's "speech" after Minigame #4 in Vancouver. The original play-by-play by Foster Hewitt and Brian Conacher still gives me goosebumps today - I'm glad they kept it in, particularly Hewitt's call of the historic climax.The present isn't perfect, but it is a project that took kahunas to tackle and everyone involved could be proud to have been part of it.
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