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Description: "The back salto crashed my life. Maybe I could do a front one?" The storyline of phenomenal Bulgarian weightlifter Angel Guenchev's Olympics rise and subsequent fall from grace. Refusing to submit to the fate of a petty criminal in the post-1989 turmoil, he begins from scratch in find of redemption.
Description: This short documentary is the portrait of an 88-year-old girl who lives alone in a log cabin without running water or electricity. Augusta is a non-status Shuswap Indian living in the Williams Lake zone of British Columbia. She recalls past times, but lives very much in the present. Self-sufficient, dedicated to her people, she spreads warmth wherever she moves, with her songs and her harmonica.
Description: Everyone has heard about bee declines, but with so much attention focused on domesticated honeybees, someone has to speak up for the 4,000 species of native bees in North America. Natural history photographer Clay Bolt is on a multi-year quest to say the stories of our native bees, and one elusive species – the Rusty-patched Bumble Bee – has become his white whale. Traveling from state to state in find of the Rusty-patched, he meets the scientists and conservationists working tirelessly to preserve it. Clay’s adventure finally brings him to Wisconsin, where he comes face to face with his quarry and discovers an respond to the question that has been nagging him: why save a species?
Description: Written and produced by his sister Julie Adenuga, the movie chronicles the grime MC’s life during the run-up to his heavy present at London’s Alexandra Palace. Artists such as Pharrell Williams and DJ Semtex were tapped for interviews, along with his brother, JME and mother Ify Adenuga.
Description: Documentary that highlights 18 girls and covers a period of time from the 50's to the 90's. The girls selected were chosen because they represent the true diversity within both feminism and independent movie and video. They range in age from 65 to 25. They are black, white, Puerto Rican, Yugoslavian, Asian American, biracial. They are straight, gay and bisexual. What they share is a need to express their own interpretations of what American culture is and should be and a belief that this work is made particularly strong through the media.
Description: "‘F1: How it was’ is a thrilling, action-packed, insightful documentary into some of the sport’s finest races, despite the lack of budget or theme, Duke Video deliver on providing fanatics with an entertaining documentary that would create the excellent gift this Christmas." - Joshua Suttill, www.readmotorsport.com
Description: A storyline about friendship, independence and the making of a record. Silversun Pickups deconstruct the making of their recent record “Better Nature” while starting their own record label.
Description: In The Street to Terror, revolutionaries say how their dream descended into a nightmare of terror and execution. They speak as exiles in Paris, a town that is preparing to celebrate the glories of the first mass revolution of 1978. Behind its strange images, the struggle for power in the Iranian revolution has followed a pattern uncannily related to many of the nice revolutions of the past: just as 200 years ago in France, the Iranian revolution has gone down the old street from liberation to repression, the street to terror.
Description: Documentary on the trouble of the test of weapons in the hands of civilians. The central storyline is that of the Marcenac family, that after their son Alfredo was murdered by "El tirador de Belgrano", they initiate a war to create sure guns are not in the hands of civilians without the indicated controls.
Description: From 1957 —the year in which the Soviets place the Sputnik 1 satellite into orbit— to 1969 —when American astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the surface of the moon—, the beginnings of the zone conquest were depicted in famous culture: cinema, television, comics and literature of the time include numerous references to an imagined future.
Description: Philomena Cunk is on a festive point to track down the real meaning of Christmas, and search out exactly what it wants. It's an insightful documentary which takes her on a adventure from pagan winter festivals and the nativity story, via 'Sir Charles Dickings', all the method up to today's obsession with Santa. Along the method Philomena will be grilling a tons of experts, trying to expose the truth about Christmas, such as why folks still place up with 'brussels sprouts'.
Description: Kintaro Walks Japan is a documentary movie produced and directed by Tyler MacNiven. It is an acc of MacNiven's adventure walking and backpacking the whole length of Japan from Kyūshū to Hokkaidō, more than 2000 miles in 145 days.
Description: The shooting diary of a movie shot in France and in the United States. Using images of Paris and of Fresh York City, excerpts of his former films, statements by mates of his and shooting sequences of the movie itself, tormented filmmaker Marcel Hanoun has made a heterogeneous and unclassifiable movie about the difficulty of filming.
Description: The theme of Romeo and Juliet is the starting mission from which the movie spins a web of few stories. A love storyline between a man and a woman whose families are Algerian: they are young, pretty and they are trying to build a family and a social life in France. They love every other, and yet conflicts, family pressure and contradicting desires alternately tear them apart and unite them. The storyline of Romeo and Juliet, minus death.
Description: Discovery of the land of Iceland, an island shaken by the manifestations of its volcanic activity (geysers, storms), characterized by a rich maritime activity and millennial traditions.
Description: A documentary in which Marcel Hanoun examines, delimits, paces up and down and criss-crosses the city of Langres, offering the houses, walls and everything which makes up the identity of a place, an occasion to express themselves through the time of seasons but through that of History.
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Recently in the news is political cult leader Muammar Gaddafi calling the Libyan folks "cockroaches" -- the very term used by radio hosts to dehumanize Tutsi in Rwanda on the cusp of the hundred-day slaughter in 1994. How should folks turn on their mates and neighbors, and murder them?I recently saw a brilliant fresh documentary movie by Adam Mazo named Coexist, which says the storyline of victims, perpetrators, and survivors of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, and what they face as they test to rebuild shattered believe in their country. A key theme in the movie is the government-mandated process of reconciliation, and the need to break the cycle of violence so today's victims don't become tomorrow's perpetrators.The movie shows viewers two faces of forgiveness: its healing power and agonizing limitations. It also lays bare the challenges of coexistence between victims and perpetrators, the ongoing risk of revenge, and the lengthy process of rehumanizing the killers, many of whom have been released from prison and are returning to the villages where they raped, destroyed, and murdered.I can't receive out of my head the testimony of one of the perpetrators featured in the film, a boy called Gregoire. He is serving a life sentence for ordering the killing of thousands of Tutsi in his district and from his prison compound says, "Maybe some folks blame it on the government, but the government is not inside our hearts. I brainwashed folks to slay Tutsi. I never killed Tutsi but... if I'd wanted to stop it, nothing would have happened."There is a strong connection between Gregroire's statement about brainwashing of assassins in Rwanda and my own work with cult members and another victims of mind control. In both situations folks are dealing with problems of obedience to authority and conformity to peer pressure. They were operating in a "closed system" where reality was being dictated by those in authority to everyone else living in abject fear.I have developed the BITE model of mind control, based on the work of former military intelligence researchers like eminent psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton and psychologist Margaret Singer. The BITE model (control of Behavior, Information, Thoughts and Emotions) explains that if you have an authoritarian person or regime that using these components to make a fresh "identity" which is dependent and obedient, you have the essential components of mind control.The movie left me wondering whether Rwandans who participate in reconciliation processes would be less likely to receive swept up ever again in the madness of mass killing.Victims of cults and those impacted by genocide (whether perpetrators or victims) need to learn about conformity and obedience to deepen their understanding of how susceptible human beings are to authority and persuasion. The groundbreaking experiments of social psychologists Solomon Asch in the 1950s, Stanley Milgram in the 1960s, and Philip Zimbardo in the 1970s reveal the depths of human subservience to authority and the sway of groups over individuals. Interestingly, across all three experiments, roughly sixty-percent of topics abandon their own beliefs and cave into group pressure, even if it means doing something they know is wrong, or worse: something they realize is harmful to others.As I watched Coexist, I found myself thinking about the work of Asch, Milgram, and Zimbardo, and my work on cult mind control and brainwashing. In this age of social networking via the Internet, the globe audience could take the time to understand more about social influence. And how we, as adults gotta everytime remain vigilant to the social influence pressures we are under and everytime test our critical thinking to periodically "reality- test" our decisions and actions. Notification control is what all dictators and cult leaders need to test to establish and maintain power. Deception, spying, keeping dissidents (ex-members, critics) silenced, intensive propaganda are just some of the sub-components of Notification control. The Internet has proved to be the most strong car for social change, because in my opinion, folks do wish to know the "truth" and will seek out another facts and opinions, so they can think for themselves.Given Rwanda's commitment to unity and reconciliation -- the crux of official government privacy -- there is a crying need for these lessons to be learned by both victims and perpetrators. And this is one of the main points of Coexist and the insightful Viewer's Tutorial written by the film's learning director, Dr. Mishy Lesser: the cycle of violence should be reignited if Rwandans in the future fail to stand firm in their beliefs and, if necessary, disobey authority to protect one another. In a country with so much human suffering, ongoing fear, and lingering trauma, I would recommend that the greatest method to ensure a brighter future is to incorporate into the country's educational system -- at all lvls -- the study of conformity, obedience, and subservience, as well as tactics to combat harmful and illegitimate apps of those human tendencies. That way, Rwandans can present the globe how passive bystanders can become active upstanders committed to the security of all vulnerable people.The Coexist documentary and its Viewer's Tutorial could become part of a mandated international educational curriculum that shows a vivid example of "how nice folks do evil things," to quote my mentor Dr. Zimbardo. His Heroic Imagination Project is an ambitious effort to seed heroism throughout the globe and which encourages folks to do the right thing, not because there is something in it for them, but because it is the right thing to do. I am working with my co-director Alan Scheflin to make an academic think tank at Santa Clara Law School to study all aspects of social influence.
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