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Description: On February 16, 1989 Larry Bloch and a squad of novices achieved something special in a former Chineese-food warehouse just south of the Holland Tunnel in Manhattan. Not only did this inexperienced collective launch a nightclub in the mostly-underdeveloped Tribeca region but they created one that fused melody with activism in an all together distinctive manner.
Description: Separating fact from fiction, Secrets of Angels, Demons & Masons is the ultimate tutorial to the secret societies of Dan Brown's thrillers. Based on Dan Burstein and Arne de Keijzer's best-selling book, Secrets of Angels & Demons, this two-part documentary investigates the Illuminati and the Freemasons, two mysterious organizations central to Dan Brown's novel Angels & Demons as well as his upcoming sequel to The Da Vinci Code.
Description: A priceless gem from the fine people at The Internet Archive: Bruce Lee’s only existing tv interview, from 1971. Martial arts expert Bruce Lee became world-renowned for his performances in such Kung-fu classics as ENTER THE DRAGON. Actually his only interview in English is available. Just after the release of his first movie THE BIG BOSS, he spoke in Hong Kong with Canada's premier journalist Pierre Berton. This is the closest one can receive to this extraordinary master.
Description: As creator of the revered Narnia chronicles, C.S. Lewis is a literary legend. But the storyline of how this one-time atheist became an influential voice in modern Christianity is as fascinating as his fantasy globe of lions, witches and wardrobes. Initially seen as a failure by mate J.R.R. Tolkien, Lewis's Narnia novels went on to sell millions of copies. This documentary traces the author's spiritual adventure and the literary legacy he left behind.
Description: Ultimate Factories goes inside the popular House of Porsche to see how they make the Porsche 911, one of the most influential and recognizable cars in the world. Each distinctive element is manufactured at the Zuffenhausen factory in Stuttgart, Germany, a historical industrial monument. Examine the Porsche factory's innovative system of lifts, elevators and bridges, which conveys vehicle bodies 50 feet above a public highway. Watch how approximately 120 vehicles a day are built with options for each interior detail complete in leather, and learn how this single rear-engine sports vehicle lays claim to legendary handling of the road.
Description: An argument over the jukebox at a Mexican restaurant ends with two boys dead in Greensboro, North Carolina. The assassin belongs to the notorious transnational gang MS-13. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrest and deport many criminal gang members who are not U.S. citizens. But is deportation defeating MS-13? Or just making it stronger? And how did a gang that started in Los Angeles in the mid-80s end up responsible for the murder of two innocent boys in North Carolina?
Description: Philip Rockhammer is an ordinary guy from Sacramento, California. He doesn't look or talk like an athlete but create no mistake, Rockhammer is a professional athlete. "Unflinching Triumph" immerses the audience into the life of Philip and the underground globe of Professional Staredown. From Phlip's breakout success, to his tense showdowns with Staredown legend Tony Patterson, and his confrontations with his private demons, we're with him all the way. Philip's voyage is at times joyous, often nerve-racking and occasionally heart-breaking. "Unflinching Triumph" provides an illuminating look at a boy we never knew and a sport we never knew existed.
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Description: When a cross-section of seven-year-olds were interviewed for 7 Up in 1964 it was instantly evident that their social backgrounds influenced their attitudes towards life. While the upper class kids were confident and self-assured, those from middle and working class backgrounds were resigned to a challenging life of difficult work. This premise was place to the use each seven years when the same group were interviewed about the progression of their lives. 49 years in the making, the changes that occurred to the original 14 create for fascinating tv and are in many methods the stories of all our lives. From success and disappointment, marriage and childbirth, to poverty and illness, nearly each facet of life has been captured on film. Now, at the age of 56, the group are once more brought together and, with the benefit of hindsight, assess whether their lives have been ruled by circumstance or self-determination.
Description: A woman from the countryside goes to the town of Belém to take part in the Círio de Nazaré celebrations. Led to prostitution, she wishes to transport to the wealthiest Southeast region of Brazil. In a dance club, she meets a truck driver that transports wood. Dreaming with the large city, she asks for a ride, and the two start a adventure through the Trans-Amazon road. In tension with the Brazilian military authorities of the time, the movie registers few aspects of the Amazon social tragedy – forest fires, slave work and kid prostitution. Awarded in few international festivals, the movie was forbidden by the Brazilian censorship. It was only released years later, winning the Brasília Movie Festival in 1981.
Description: From the National Geographic Explorer series, this documentary takes an in-depth look at four submarine accidents -- the forces that brought the machines down, the tragedy of lives lost and the heroism of the submariners who sacrificed themselves to save others. Submarines profiled are the K-19 and Kursk from the Soviet Union and the USS Thresher and Squalus
Description: At a lakeside hotel, Michel Piccoli discusses the centennial of cinema with Jean-Luc Godard. Godard asks why could cinema's birthday be celebrated when the history of movie is a forgotten subject. Through the remainder of his hotel stay, Piccoli tests Godard's hypothesis.
Description: This provocative and insightful movie is the second in a series of documentaries that will reveal the secret knowledge embedded in the work of the best filmmaker of all time: Stanley Kubrick. This famed film director who made movies such as 2001: A Zone Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining and Eyes Wide Shut, placed symbols and hidden anecdotes into his movies that say a far various storyline than the movies appeared to be saying. In Kubrick's Odyssey, Part II, Beyond the Infinite, creator and filmmaker, Jay Weidner further explores the esoteric secrets allegedly hidden in Kubrick's films.
Description: The flat on the third floor of a Bauhaus building in Tel Aviv was where my grandparents lived since they immigrated to Palestine in the 1930s. Were it not for the view from the windows, one might have thought that the flat was in Berlin. When my grandmother passed away at the age of 98 we were named to the flat to clear out what was left. Objects, pictures, letters and documents awaited us, revealing traces of a troubled and unknown past. The movie starts with the emptying out of a flat and develops into a riveting adventure, involving unexpected national interests, a friendship that crosses opponent lines, and deeply repressed family emotions. And even reveals some secrets that could have probably remained untold...
Description: Bauhaus - The Face of the 20th Century, written and narrated by Frank Whitford, is an art documentary depicting the visual science generated from the outpouring of avant-garde concepts of this innovative educational undertaking.
Description: The life of the famed Mexican bullfighter Luis Procuna, from his boyhood through his training and the triumphs that followed as Procuna rose to the peak of his profession. Written by Jim Beaver
Description: Martin Scorsese narrates this tribute to Val Lewton, the producer of a series of memorable low-budget horror movies for RKO Studios. Raised by his mother and his aunt, his movies often included powerful female characters who search themselves in hard cases and who have to grow up quickly. He is greatest remembered for the horror movies he made at RKO starting in 1940. Starting with only a game - his first was The Cat Folks - he would meticulously oversee each aspect of the film's completion. Although categorized as horror films, his movies never showed a monster, leaving it all to the viewers imagination, assisted by music, mood and lighting.
Description: Biographical documentary about Álvaro Barreirinhas Cunhal (1913-2005), lider of the Portuguese Communist Party for over half a century, living in clandestinity during the "New State" dictatorship. Divided in two parts: "What To Do?" and "The State And The Revolution", produced in 2005 and released on DVD in 2006 to commemorate the first year of Álvaro Cunhal's death.
Description: A new social and political look at the $57 billion-a-year Adult Entertainment Industry and its affects on 3 topics who accept to view porn 1 hour a day for 30 days. Shady strip club owners, mad strippers, crass porn stars, top-of-their-game experts and 3 unknowing topics hammer out an uncomfortable look into the soul of the porn biz. Director Lance Tracy, IMDB (Best Director, NY International Movie & Video Festival, 5-Telly winner) maturely balances humor, shocking honesty, science and entertainment. Is porn really addictive? Are kids being sexually exploited? Who could teach sex education? How much of responsibility could the porn industry take to deliever treatment for potentially addicted customers? Is porn a healthy sexual arousal software for consenting adults? The movie explores possible answers to these difficult questions, providing an unexpected conclusion.
Description: Soil says the storyline of a son of a chief, who after being banished from his village, is asked to return as his dying fathers last wish. It is woven around a blend of love, deceit, and African wit to deliver a truly on-screen African experience.
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With YouTube, internet and blogs everywhere nowadays, the concept of a film like this is ridiculous because there's plenty of related posted on the net. But au contraire. This was made method back in a time those hipsters videos didn't exist, gifs weren't made about it and posted soon on which makes viewing "Cat Listening to Music" more interesting now. Instead it was more like a home made film created with the purpose of amusing a family or even a tiny crowd in theaters. Chris Marker, mostly known for "La Jetée" and "Sans Soleil" movies Guillaume-en-Egypte, a dappled cat calmly sleeping over a piano and reacting every time he hears the various sounds coming from other piano coming from a radio testing a melancholic tune. Sometimes he territories his paws on the keyboard but he's more interested in hearing the melody next to him. Sleepy most of the time but everytime careful and aware of what's event in the room. Like I told there's thousands like this (and better, there's cats testing songs now) but I'd like to think Mr. Marker predicted a future trend. It's like one of those Warhol experiments where you absorb a common photo which reflects much more than just a easy act. And let's face it, there's nothing more cool than watching a cat doing items and being adorable as they usually are. 10/10
While not a particularly bleak filmmaker, most of Chris Marker's movies certainly do not reach the peak of calm, kindheartedness as this simplistic and brief documentary short. The game is self explanatory, all the three minute movie is is a cat listening to music, and it's beautiful. Not only is the cat adorable, but the melody he listens too is calming and powerful. This is a moving meditation on peace and happiness, a movie that does not require the hassle of analysis or even thought, instead it is just a work made up of enjoyably pretty and delicious imagery. Marker's camera-work and editing embody that of an unpretentious, smile inducing, and delicious art-house movie that has decided to lay off the complex metaphors and instead relax and relish in love and nice spirits.
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