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Description: Second in the series by the Maysles brothers documenting the monuments/sculptures of Christo, whose art projects are landscape-scaled, and more "pop" performance art designed to question how we relate to art in the public sphere, especially when it's as oblique, non-political (at least, that is what he would claim), and neutral as running a fence through a landscape.
Description: The Maysles' third movie about the artists sees them trying to receive three projects off the ground: wrapping the Pont Neuf, the oldest bridge in Paris; wrapping the Reichstag; and surrounding eleven man-made islands in Florida with pink plastic sheets. As the latter is the only one that gets approval, it gets the bulk of this film.
Description: Units Air Force produced documentary with footage of the IX Troop Carrier Command and the "Path Finders" and "Glider Rider" that were part of the airborne portion of the Allied invasion of Normandy.
Description: A look into the origins of Christmas from its pagan beginnings, through its Christianisation, to the actual incarnation as we know it today. The tool discovers why holly, mistletoe, feasting and gift-giving have become synonymous with Christmas celebrations and examines different cultures' celebrations of the Christmas season.
Description: Sovereign Order of the Knights of Malta documents this mysterious group that has been associated with a tons of historical happenings and objects including the Holy Grail. The movie utilizes interviews with experts on the subject and historical reenactments of the happenings that are discussed.
Description: A short movie based on actual conditions in Chernobyl & Pripyat. Made on a shoe string budget by the director. An amateur documentary with some professionally fleshed out concepts and research. ” Please note, I am an amateur documentary filmaker and this documentary was made on no budget. The only cost involved were just the travel expenses to the Ukraine.”
Description: It was the treasure trove that sent shockwaves through the archaeological globe - a fabulous collection of precious metal that captured the imagination of the public and experts alike. Now, British metal detecting enthusiast Terry Herbert struck gold when he uncovered over 3,500 Saxon artefacts in a field in 2009. The haul is actually in the joint custody of the Birmingham and Stoke museums - search out how the specialists are using the mountains of glittering gold and shimmering silver to shed fresh light on the mysterious Dark Ages - and deliever eye-opening evidence of Britain's violent past. Curator Dr. David Symons is your tutorial as he trawls through the treasure with the support of a squad of Anglo-Saxon metalwork specialists, gemstone analysts and osteoarchaeologists.
Description: Builds up on the original's concept of a fetish-reality-documentary melting pot following international latex fetish icon Bianca Beauchamp and her kinky mates day and night during a 3-day fetish event, on stage, behind the scenes, at home even!, and this time with a lot more latex extravagance and glamor! Following Bianca & her mates escapades offers a special perspective on the topics of fetish, often considered taboo by many, and sheds a fun light into a globe where cameras are usually frown upon. The effect is a fun and captivating ride demystifying international fetish events, its artists, top models and party people. The movie was shot at the Montreal Fetish Weekend 2007. Written by Martin Perreault
Description: Documents the sub-culture of latex fetishism. ALL ACCESS offers a visit inside the personal and public circles of a fetish icons. It follows Bianca Beauchamp through three days and three nights during one of the Montreal Fetish Weekend. A party at home, a ebook signing, and a visit to a fetish happening with peeps dressed in latex from head to toe. Written by Martin Perreault
Description: Girl Draped in Patterned Handkerchiefs is a 1908 British short silent documentary film, directed by George Albert Smith as a showcase his fresh Kinemacolor system, which details a girl displaying assorted tartan cloths, both draped on her body and waved semaphore-style. The patterned handkerchiefs are, according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, “presumably the same cloths featured in Tartans of Scottish Clans (1906), this time shown from different angles.”
Description: Hit The Road: India is a travel journey documentary following two mates participating in a 12-day rickshaw rally across India, from Mumbai to Chennai, recognized by Lonely Planet as one of the top-10 best journeys of 2012.
Description: Earth-shattering happenings are relatively par for the course in Lebanon, with war, political upheaval and a number of social revolts. While the Lebanese focus on surface lvl happenings that should rock the nation, several realize that below the ground we walk on, an current shattering of the world is mounting. Lebanon stands on few major fault lines, which are cracks in the earth's crust. The movie investigates the geological case in Lebanon, trying to look for the traces of the imminent disaster.
Description: This documentary is the most comprehensive look at the "untouchables" in India. Motivated by ancient religious edicts, no amount of governmental encouragement has been able to stem the tragic custom that separates human beings according to their birth. Those considered untouchable suffer more than isolation, they are forced to fulfill menial tasks in their communities, drink from separate containers, remove their shoes on the road as a sign of respect and perform or exhibit many another outward signs of their perceived inferiority. While the media projects a positive photo of a democratic India, filmmaker Stalin K spends four years traveling the country to expose the continued oppression of the Dalits, "the broken people," in a wide tons of communities, including Sikhs, Christians and Muslims.
Description: Nanking is a hard, horrifying storyline that defies comprehension. On Dec. 13, 1937, the Imperial Japanese Units stormed the Chinese town of Nanking. During 6 weeks, they murdered and tortured countless civilians whose only crime was being Chinese. Over 300,000 were killed, mostly by bayonet and knife. What triggered such unbridled violence? Our movie aims to 'investigate' Japan’s history and looks for the deep-rooted causes of such barbarity. - See more at: http://www.idfa.nl/industry/tags/project.aspx?id=0d1285eb-9dfc-4ec5-aad7-5ec74c67d633#sthash.LyNbcMpl.dpuf
Description: Capture the beauty of Australia's National Parks and Aboriginal Australians. They are Australia’s first known inhabitants whose ancestry date back 40,000 years. We take a fascinating look at a culture that lives in harmony with the land. Explore their ancient ceremonies and rituals, visit Kakadu and hunt for bush tucker. Be amazed by mysterious rock paintings in the Kimberley’s caves and witness the colorful Melanesian lifestyle of the Torres Strait Islanders. We travel to some of Australia's most famous National Parks, from the lushest rainforests to the deep outback and beyond. Like a living museum of the evolution of Australian flora, these National Parks reveal their nice secrets. We visit the Tropical Daintree, the diverse Kakadu, Gondwana Rainforest, Lamington National Park and more.
Description: Military Air Displays: The Red Arrows and More Military Air Displays - The Red Arrows and More is jam packed with something for each military aviation enthusiast. From military aircraft of the Second Globe Fight right up to the modern day with the RAFs recent frontline fighter, the Typhoon. Performing an outstanding display of its capabilities, the RAF Typhoon is followed by two of the RAFs supply aircraft, the VC-10 and Tri-Star. The Harrier display is simply awe-inspiring.
Description: In 2009 started the hardest and longest footrace in the world: an average run of 43 miles/day, 64 total stages, no days off, for a total of 2,800 miles from southern Italy up to the North Cape in Norway. Nights were spent in gyms, kindergartens or swimming baths on own mats, there where no accompanying service teams, no closed roads during the racing day... The performance expectations were turned upside down. It's not just about physical fitness but also about who can master this large challenge in their head. Girls become dreaded enemies of men. Ideal age is 40 - that's when mind and body are equally strong.
Description: It is the search that should rewrite the entire of human history. In 1995, under the dusty soil of a Turkish hill, a complex was unearthed that is older than the Egyptian pyramids and pre-dates Stonehenge. However, with the real significance of the website only actually becoming apparent, the search is making experts re-evaluate their theories on mankind's whole development. Should this wonderful monument really have been the catalyst that started humanity's adventure from the Stone Age to the Zone Race? Search out with experts, including Dave Chapman, as they investigate how and why this mysterious zone was built.
Description: 19 filmmakers from ten european countries chosen by Mike Figgis for a Masterclass by the European Movie Academy come to Slovenia in a challenging mission: to conceive, shoot, finished a 90m detail movie in seven days and screen it on the day after in a cinema for the public.
Description: nice air-to-air, dogfighting and minicam footage of warbirds from the Planes of Fame Collection in Chino California. Featured aircraft contain the worlds only original engined A6M Zero, SBD Dauntless, P38 Lightning, Hellcat, Avenger and B-25 Mitchell. There’s also a look at the Planes of Fame Museum in Chino and how this breathtaking footage was filmed.
Description: At the age of 8, Darrell overheard the features of his grandfathers murder, while hiding in the basement kitchen. The murder of James Fusaro had gangland signs, the newspapers shouted. As the news continued and rumors spread, the humiliation, shame, and fear of more violent attacks by Mafia, silenced the Fusaros. This silence was not without consequences; it became malignant and destroyed the family. By the time Darrell was 18, his close-knit Italian-American family, who celebrated so many nice times together in their grandparents basement kitchen, was no more. In the documentary, The Basement, we witness this regular guy do extraordinary things through his acceptance, generosity and sense of humor.
Description: Spinning Plates is a documentary about three extraordinary restaurants and the wonderful folks who create them what they are. A cutting-edge restaurant called the seventh-best in the globe whose chef gotta war a life-threatening obstacle to pursue his passion. A 150-year-old family restaurant still standing only because of the unbreakable bond with its community. A fledgling Mexican restaurant whose owners are risking everything just to survive and deliever for their young daughter. Their unforgettable stories of family, legacy, passion and survival come together to reveal how meaningful meal can be, and the power it has to connect us to one another.
Description: Richard Feynman is one of the most iconic, influential and inspiring scientists of the 20th century. He helped design the atomic bomb, solved the mystery of the Challenger Shuttle catastrophe and won a Nobel Prize. Now, 25 years after his death - in his own words and those of his mates and family - this is the storyline of the most captivating communicator in the history of science.
Description: Khaled Hroub visits Egypt to support the British public understand why the relationship between the Arabs and the West is turning sour. He meets different movers and shakers - musicians, artists, intellectuals, politicians and students.
Description: Director Wang Bing casts an understanding and non-judgmental eye on the inmates of a decrepit Chinese mental hospital in this eloquent and emotionally impactful documentary.
Description: Working primarily in the arena of nonfiction, Marker rejected conventional narrative techniques, instead staking out a deeply political terrain defined by the test of still images, atmospheric soundtracks, and literate commentary. In Description d’un Combat, Marker’s idiosyncratic style, combining zone footage with archival material, builds a complex and private portrayal. Israel’s demography is explored, from the kibbutzim to the Arab minorities, the orthodox Jews, and the tourists. The “battle” of the game does not refer to the tank-and-artillery variety, but to the inner struggle of Israeli citizens to adapt to a fresh view of themselves, in a fresh country.
Description: A fictional documentary that portrays the town of Dakar, Senegal, as we hear the conversation between a Senegalese boy (the director, Djibril Diop Mambéty) and a French woman, Inge Hirschnitz. As we travel through the town in a picturesque horse drawn wagon, we chaotically rush into this and that famous neighborhood of the capital, discovering contrast after contrast: A tiny African community waiting at the Church's door, Muslims praying on the sidewalk, the Rococo architecture of the Government buildings, the modest shops of the craftsmen near the main market.
Description: Forget martinis and Austin Powers. This documentary is an unflinching portrait of the realities of "swinging," and it's not exactly a shaggadelic picture; in fact, the swingers we meet in the movie are older, often lonely people. Most of them are simply looking to break out of their conventional, well-ordered lives by adopting "the lifestyle." Birds and bees may not do it, but we learn that monkeys do -- as well as 3 million Americans.
Description: How did Hollywood pitch films about gays and lesbians between 1956 and 1977? Here are theatrical trailers for 27 mainstream and art-house films, presented chronologically from "Tea and Sympathy" to "Outrageous!" More than half are movies released between 1968 and 1972. Half are dramas and half are comedies, with farce dominating the movies released after 1971. At least three advertise X-rated films: "The Killing of Sister George," "Midnight Cowboy," and Visconti's "The Damned." There's no voice-over commentary for this compilation, but it does contain adverts for snacks and one warning vs public displays of affection aimed at "her" to control "him."
Description: Juan Carlos Rulfo, the son of the acclaimed Mexican writer and photographer Juan Rulfo, travels to the plains of Jalisco in find of notification on his father. What begins as a tribute to a nice artist, however, becomes a meditation on aging and how it's affecting the history of a generation of nice Mexican literature.
Description: Fresh Yorkers watch as Norman McLaren's animated promotional movie for Canadian tourism plays on the giant pixelboard overlooking Times Square. The caption below the board reads: "Canada... Unbelievable Globe At Your Doorstep". McLaren himself is a member of the crowd.
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