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Description: There's a mysterious predator lurking in the depths of Australia's wild Southern Ocean, a beast that savagely devoured a nice white shark in front of cinematographer David Riggs 11 years ago. Riggs's obsession to search the assassin leads him to an aquatic war territory that's remained hidden until now. Here, assassin whales, colossal squid and nice white sharks face off in an underwater coliseum where only the fiercest monsters of the marine globe survive.
Description: The Bellman Equation follows director Gabriel Lee Bellman's 13 years of research on his grandfather. As he beings to uncover his grandfather's storied history, Gabriel's relationship with his own father takes an unexpected turn.
Description: The Bug Trainer explores Starewitch’s constructive concepts and ideas of his work, along with opinions from movie critics and another animation directors to support us understand why he is considered one of the best authors of the animation world.
Description: An inspiring documentary movie that features the life point of Col. Ilan Ramon, the first and only Astronaut from Israel, who blasted off on the Shuttle Columbia. He carries with him a cherished artifact, a miniature Torah scroll, that had survived the Holocaust. From the "Depths of hell to the heights of space," his easy gesture would serve to honor the hope of a nation and to fulfill a promise made to generations past and future. - Written by Anonymous via IMDB
Description: On a adventure to West Africa, award-winning documentarian Mathew Welsh fashions portraits of six 'middle class' Gambians - taking us beyond stereotypes about Africa - and teaching us that we in the Developed Globe have a lot to learn from West Africa about how we give, how we live. These are six personalities that will resonate with a Western audience.
Description: Pemp traces the 25-year struggle of the Parakatêjê (Gavião) to maintain autonomy in the face of large development projects in the south of Pará, Brazil. From the initial recovery of their lands in 1957 through dealings with FUNAI in the 1970s and the appropriation of Brazil nut monopolies to their negotiations with the government in the eighties, Pemp shows the Parakatêjê’s most precious project; the preservation of their ceremonies and songs. The Kokrenum, chief and keeper of the group’s traditions, uses video to transmit them to future generations.
Description: The movie follows Donal - a lean, fit, seemingly healthy 41 year old boy – on a quest to cheat his genes and drop dead healthy by avoiding the heart illness and diabetes that has afflicted his family.
Description: The artist uses video photos created directly on the computer, and stories from the archive of her own memory to ask such questions as: How does history affect the body? How are cultural memories transmitted? And, when historical happenings become part of a culture's discourse, how does the meaning of the original happening shift?
Description: The Kitades run a butcher store in Kaizuka Town outside Osaka, raising and slaughtering cattle to sell the meat in their store. The seventh generation of their family's business, they are descendants of the buraku people, a social minority held over from the caste system abolished in the 19th century that is still topics to discrimination. As the Kitades are forced to create the hard decision to shut down their slaughterhouse, the question posed by the movie is whether doing this will also effect in the deconstruction of the prejudices imposed on them. Though primarily documenting the process of their work with meticulous detail, Aya Hanabusa also touches on the Kitades' participation in the buraku liberation movement. Hanabusa's heartfelt portrait expands from the storyline of an old-fashioned family business competing with corporate supermarkets, toward a subtle and sophisticated critique of social exclusion and the persistence of ancient prejudices.
Description: Fukushima's Minami-soma has a ten-centuries-long tradition of holding the Soma Nomaoi ("chasing wild horses") festival to celebrate the horse's nice contribution to human society. Following the meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in the wake of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, local folks were forced to flee the area. Rancher Shinichiro Tanaka returned to search his horses dead or starving, and refused to obey the government's orders to slay them. While many racehorses are slaughtered for horsemeat, his horses had been subjected to radiation and were inedible. Yoju Matsubayashi, whose "Fukushima: Memories of the Lost Landscape" is one of the most impressive documentaries made instantly after the disaster, spent the summer of 2011 supporting Tanaka take care of his horses. In documenting their rehabilitation, he has produced a profound meditation on these animals who live as testaments to the tragic bargain human society made with nuclear power.
Description: This documentary analyses the perverse monetary disclaimers initiated before the euro inception. It focuses on the situation of Spain and the poor housing bobble that developed there.
Description: Here is a graphic picture of the tobacco harvest in southwestern Ontario. At the end of July, transient field workers transport in for a brief bonanza when the plant is ripe. The tobacco harvesters call it "the back-breaking leaf."
Description: This is the storyline of an addiction and an addict - a life addicts looking for propinquity to the death. Werner Lord was one of the business heroes of the fresh economy. With his film trading company Helkon he saw himself as a global player. The gifted skier and former sailing winner loved speed and risk - professional and private. With luck and irrepressible will, he survived an avalanche in 1993. November 2000 he flies again to the deep snow skiing, it will be his last start.
Description: Louisiana filmmaker, Pat Mire, squads up with veteran filmmaker and cinematographer, Charles Bush, to capture the natural drama of handfishing in this award-winning documentary. Highly visual, the movie examines the thrilling regional phenomenon of Cajuns who wade in murky bayou waters to catch large catfish and turtles by reaching into hollow logs and stumps with their bare hands. Mates and family accompany the handfisherman to the bayou banks for Cajun music, festive cooking, and storytelling, and to witness this increasingly rare tradition. Said from the inside with multiple voices, Mire and Bush discover the chain of happenings set off by man's attempt to "improve" his environment by dredging bayous in this remarkable study of the relationship between cultural and natural resources.
Description: The Death of 'Superman Lives': What Happened? detail movie documents the process of development of the ill fated "Superman Lives" movie, that was to be directed by Tim Burton and star Nicolas Cage as the boy of steel himself, Superman. The project went through years of development before the plug was pulled, and this documentary interviews the major players: Kevin Smith, Tim Burton, Jon Peters, Dan Gilroy, Colleen Atwood, Lorenzo di Bonaventura and many many more.
Description: This classic concert details a number of tracks from his fresh album coupled with favourites from across his career including Folsom Prison Blues, I Walk The Line, Ghost Riders In The Sky, Orange Blossom Unique and San Quentin.
Description: 2 Degrees is about nothing less than the war for the health of the planet we call home. The abstract concept of climate change is explored through the weaving of true and emotional adventures an audience can relate to. Our characters war to mitigate the potential disasters of climate change and war for climate justice, for it will be the developing globe that bears the brunt of our profligacy and short sightedness. While An Inconvenient Truth alerted us to the issues facing the earth, 2 Degrees is the gripping and vital war for a solution.
Description: De-electronation of a molecular entity as a effect of photoexcitation. Light increases its oxidation state, at the same time it releases gratis radical electrons. Light goes through human work as a natural photodegradation. It mutates within its own limits, from a solar irradiation to its impossible perception in an absent retina.
Description: Hosted by The Miz, the compilation details each Cash in the Bank Ladder Match in history. The match debuted at WrestleMania 21 in 2005, quickly becoming a WrestleMania tradition and in 2010 proved so famous that it was given its own annual PPV event. Few top Superstars have been Cash in the Bank winners including John Cena, Kane, Edge, Cm Punk (twice!), Rob Van Dam and many more. 11 of the first 12 winners have used the match as a springboard to winning a championship, and few times the match has helped a Superstar who has never victory a Globe Championship break through to claim their first. Much like the Royal Rumble Match, the Cash in the Bank match represents a golden occasion for a Superstar to achieve immortality, and its whole lineage is presented here.
Description: Asháninka videomakers make a loving portrait of their own community, located in Acre, Brazil, near the border with Peru. The folks organized to preserve a sustainable method of life on their forest lands, threatened by logging. Their efforts were recognized in 2007 with the Chico Mendes Prize for the Environment.
Description: This is the only live footage ever filmed of the Danish alternative heavy-band "veXed". They played live in Dybbøl, Denmark in 2011 at the zone of a notorious motorcycle club named "Apocalypse MC". ...It was a night to remember!
Description: In the 1970s the town of Milwaukee hired an artist to paint the Bucks' floor. More than 30 years later, Bucks fanatic Andy Gorzalski puts his family's credit card down for $20k to protect this iconic symbol of the city's history.
Description: Biography of the award-winning Argentinian leftist filmmaker Raymundo Gleyzer, who was kidnapped by the CIA-backed military junta in 1976 at the age of 35. Details extensive clips from his films as well as interviews with the folks who knew him.
Description: Vs all odds, the first theatrical production in over 20 years at Dominguez High School is going to be Thorton Wilder's American classic Our Town. The children at this Compton school are about to experience more than a culture clash, as they embark on a rich adventure and explore the educational and social value of theater. OT: Our City says the storyline of human spirit and its strength vs the stereotypes holding them down. Where Thorton Wilder wrote about about tiny Grover's Corners, this documentary exemplifies how Our City is each town. Our City is Compton.
Description: This is where sizzling fire still smoldering in a fight which everybody talked a lot and which we rarely had the occasion to hear the actors. Once removed their photo of terrible refugees on the roads, the Kosovars have strangely disappeared from the media globe and Kosovo is again an abstraction. Bajram Rexhepi is entirely concrete. Surgeon by profession, he's a surgeon that fought the fight in the ranks of the KLA, the Kosovo Liberation Army. With the upcoming of peace, his unquestioned authority made him the elected mayor of Mitrovica. The test made of this authority may undermine some misconceptions.
Description: A documentary about the life and works of the artist M. C. Escher. Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) usually referred to as M. C. Escher, was a Dutch graphic artist. He is known for his often mathematically inspired woodcuts, lithographs, and mezzotints. These detail impossible constructions, explorations of infinity, architecture, and tessellations.
Description: Federico Fellini was one of the most individual and thought provoking directors who based most of his movies upon his own reflections, dreams, life happenings and fantasies, who did not convey any unique message for humanity but regarded cinema simply as entertainment. Is there an respond to everything? Can it possibly be? If yes, then life can no longer be so curious, so dynamic, so creative...
Description: Too Sane for This Globe explores the challenges, gifts, and distinct perspectives of 12 adults on the autism spectrum. Featuring an introduction by bestselling author, Dr. Temple Grandin, and interviews designed by adults with high-functioning autism, the movie discusses many of the issues facing the autism community – from bullying to marginalization and discrimination. A special collaboration between neurotypical and atypical individuals, boys and girls living on the spectrum speak candidly about defining and coming to terms with their autism, difficulties they’ve faced, and the experiences that have shaped their lives, illustrating the neurodiversity of the mind and it’s limitless potential.
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