Description: Essence of Healing is a documentary exploring the life adventures of 14 American Indian nurses - their experiences growing up, their experiences in nursing school, and their experiences on the job. They are part of a larger storyline - a historical line of care and compassion that has run through hundreds of indigenous tribes for thousands of years.
Description: Receive a taste of the highly successful infomercial workout tool Jillian Michaels Body Revolution by kickstarting your body with three 30-minute calorie-blasting cardio workouts. With every workout progressing in difficulty, they will be sure to melt away fat and transform your problem zones! Contains Cardio 1 Low-impact, Cardio 2 intermediate, and Cardio 3 high-intensity.
Description: Denese Joy Becker, a manicurist living in Iowa, discovers she is indeed Dominga Sic Ruiz, a survivor from a 1982 Guatemalan massacre, when more than 200 folks were killed in the tiny village of Rio Negro, after opposing the construction of a dam, sponsored by Globe Bank. She then tries to unveil the truth.
Description: This acclaimed observational documentary produces an immersive experience of a Shenzhen factory. An unmissable analysis of the most necessary social transformation of our time.
Description: For us, a thought everytime presupposes a society, a culture and above all the consciousness of time. We are haunted by immortality, human notion par excellence. As if the globe was here to fascinate us. And to disappoint us. The movie travels around the bulb like the World around the Sun. Light makes the movie visible. A fragile film, like our existence. In the orbit of the movie tragedy and our reality, the photo resists the cruelty of the experiment.
Description: We are in the midst of production on a one-hour movie on seminal art historian John Richardson, and his work on the fourth and final volume of his biography on Picasso. Richardson shares his insights and observations on Picasso, whom he first met in the 1950s, with Shelley Wanger, his editor at Alfred A. Knopf (a division of Random House, Inc.).
Description: 'The angle of the globe allows us to see the true as an outer and inner presence at the same time, an opaque otherness, yet capable of becoming an intimate space. These incommensurable lengths and distances of an interior that opens up: The mysterious movement of the clouds, the cadence of the waves vs the light, or the silent slippage of a barely identifiable human silhouette, everything seems transfigured, derealized and reinvented by light in a poetic globe that evokes the paintings of Turner or Friedrich, the writings of Poe or Baudelaire.’ — Violeta Salvatierra
Description: “First” pan in Pannonian Basin and highly likely in the Balkans was created in 1912 by Ernest Bosnjak. The movie documented the unveiling of the monument to Ferencz Rákóczi in Sombor and also details a brief tilt shot of the monument itself.
Description: Relive history and share stories with individuals who've had a major impact on their life because of Lords Dominion. Because this is more than just a park -- for a lot of people, it's home.
Description: "Penny Slinger - Out Of The Shadows" is the incredible, untold storyline of the British artist Penny Slinger and the traumatic happenings that led to the creation of her masterpiece, the 1977 photo-romance, 'An Exorcism'.
Description: The assassination of Kim Jong-nam occurred on 13 February 2017 when two girls attacked him with VX nerve agent, a lethal chemical weapon, at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia. Kim was the eldest son of deceased North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and the half-brother of actual North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. North Korean diplomats objected to any form of autopsy being conducted on Kim's body, but the autopsy proceeded as the they did not submit a formal protest. Following Malaysia's refusal to release the body immediately, North Korea's ambassador Kang Chol accused Malaysia of collaborating with the country's opponents over the assassination of Kim Jong-nam.
Description: Lucy Worsley traces the forgotten and fascinating storyline of the young Mozart's journeys in Georgian London. Arriving in 1764 as an eight-year-old boy, London held the promise of unrivalled musical opportunity. But in saying the saying the tale of Mozart's strange and unexpected encounters, Lucy reveals how life wasn't simple for the tiny man in a large bustling city. With the demands of a royal performance, the humiliation of testing keyboard tricks in a London pub, a near fatal disease and finding himself heckled on the streets, it was a lot for a kid to take. But London would prove pivotal, for it was here that the young Mozart made his musical breakthrough, blossoming from a precocious performer into a strong fresh composer.
Description: In his recent film, Mekas shares what he describes as “a valentine to Yoko Ono,” done in his signature diaristic style. Mixing the familiar 16mm movie with DV video, he offers a fly-on-the-wall look at intimate moments spent with one of the foremost artists of that era, including performances by Ono and fresh footage of her newest work—a testament to her endurance and the friendships she has made and kept over the years.
Description: Documentary in which singer Alesha Dixon, concerned about the increasing pressure on girls to conform to an ideal body type, investigates the practice of airbrushing and retouching that has become a staple of magazine photos. Keen to explore whether these photos simply celebrate the female form or whether they create harmful, unrealistic demands on girls and society, her adventure sees her sitting in on 18-year-old Ellie's boob job, hearing fashion mag insider Liz Jones and celeb friend Cheryl Cole complain about the beauty industry and appearing on a front cover with her own body pretty untouched.
Description: This informative and shocking two-hour documentary reveals over fifteen years of research from the world's leading AIDS scientists and researchers who unveil the truth behind the controversy surrounding HIV. Through this discovery process notification is uncovered about the lack of "real" science behind what is agreed as official science. We are given the occasion to witness and view respected authorities who come forward to challenge many of the uncertainties and "truths" about AIDS. This documentary will challenge those who claim to have discovered the cause of AIDS and who then sold to the globe a highly inconsistent use as the absolute indicator of a fatal disease. A timeline through AIDS history presents inaccurate statements, questionable scientific evidence, and no true answers from the billions of global dollars spent on research.
Description: American citizens in more than 25 states are followed as they set out on the morning of the presidential election, throughout the course of the day, until the polls close in the evening and the effects are revealed.
Description: On April 27th, at 2pm, National Geographic is using a ver of the Environmental Performance Index to take a "pulse" of how countries are performing in regards to their environmental stewardship of the planet. Please forward this video to those you love, our planet World needs you. We don't have a moment to waste. Let's love and protect our Mother Planet actually
Description: An exciting video adventure through the globe of time-lapse photography by one of the founders of the science of photobiology, Dr. John Nash Ott. Do fluorescent lights cause cancer and childhood learning and behavior disorders? Can long-term exposure to low-level radiation as from TV sets, computers, fluorescent lights, and related devices hurt you? Does living behind window glass and with glasses covering our eyes over years affect our health? Is natural sunlight and trace ultra-violet radiation really harmful? Or is it important and beneficial? How do cells, plants, and animals reply to constant exposure to various light color frequencies? These and related questions were the topics of Dr. Ott's pioneering investigations in the field of photobiology, using the ways of time-lapse photography.
Description: Black Mother Black Daughter explores the lives and experiences of black girls in Nova Scotia, their contributions to the home, the church and the community and the strengths they pass on to their daughters.
Description: America's fastest growing sport is flat track roller derby, a full-contact sport that is dominated by women. This is not the 1970's era "fake" roller derby, it's a true sport with true consequences. Discover the challenges these girls face testing a full contact sport in a male dominated society. Follow a Brewcity Bruisers Milwaukee Roller Women season on and off the track in our detail length documentary. Receive unprecedented access how they balance the sport, a career and their private life. A adventure of the obstacles they face to receive respect as an athlete, living the Roller Life.
Movies Like The River Woman 1928
Movies Like The Moonstone 1915
Movies Like Trooper O’Brien 1928
Movies Like Somebody Lied 1917
Movies Like Black is White 1920
Movies Like Wir Sind Doch Keine Lahmen Enten 1980
Movies Like Divorce and the Daughter 1916
Movies Like It Happened to Adele 1917
Movies Like The Great Adventure 1918
Movies Like Mrs. Slacker 1918
Movies Like Alarm Clock Andy 1920
Movies Like An Old Fashioned Boy 1920
Movies Like The Denial 1925
Movies Like Homer Comes Home 1920
New York, NY 10013
Similar Film Search Engine
+44 20 7336 8898
Mon - Sun 09:30 am - 05:30 pm