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Description: Meeting Jim is a detail length documentary about a adventure back to the lifetime of Jim Haynes, an extraordinary 83-year-old boy who grabbed with heart and soul the spirit of the 60s and continued to carry it throughout his life.
Description: Election 2018 NYC: A conversation about voter suppression, primaries, the 2016 Presidential election, increased diversity in folks running for office and making voting more accessible.
Description: Gene Roddenberry: Up Close And Private was an 82-minute documentary done by Beshert Productions which featured a 1981 long-form tv interview with Gene Roddenberry by Ellen and Gene Adelstein. The 1981 footage was originally shot for KZAZ-TV, a Tucson, Arizona tv station which held the very first 24-hour Star Trek tv marathon.
Description: He was a high school icon and actually he's an Ig icon. Many folks admire him, others hate him, but he doesn't leave anyone indifferent. Neither will do this astonishing documentary movie where there is a lot of sex, faith and all the queer electronic melody in the world.
Description: Vasily Sigarev about the film: "After the well-known events, my mother suddenly decided that actually I can finally go to Crimea. She sincerely believed that it was impossible to receive there earlier. As a result, it had to be urgently evacuated to Moscow, as it turned out that they did not take cards anywhere. And she, spit on a nice tradition to carry money, sewing in panties, went, like a white man, with a card. Actually, all that she had time to do was go on some crazy excursion, where they were constantly filmed on the camera, then to sell the discs. From this disk and mounted a movie. I laughed so much when I watched that I decided to do something of this".
Description: Sick of suburbia, Natalie and Richard Newman transport to rural Vermont, where they expect the unspoiled setting and intrinsic values to rejuvenate their marriage. Natalie wants to begin a family; Richard, who has grown kids from a first marriage, does not. As a compromise they build a trophy house. The construction of the dreamhouse inevitably leads to a visit from the local tax assessor (lister). Enter George Lyford, a lister and farmer, who over the course of two inspections, develops a flirtation with Natalie, which effects in his becoming her handyman. Description above from the Wikipedia article Nosey Parker, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Description: This Is A.I. follows the history, development and future of artificial intelligence in various aspects of our lives. Interviewed experts give their opinion on the different methods this 'smarter' future is going to impact us.
Description: For over 40 years, the Green Park Hotel beckoned waves of Jewish immigrants to its idyllic seaside zone on England’s southern coast. A European counterpart to resorts in the Catskills, it was a zone to see and be seen, where the only thing more legendary than the impeccable service was the seemingly unlimited array of gourmet kosher food. It was also the matchmaking grounds for generations of young lovers who met their future spouses for the first time, and often returned years soon with their own children. Former guests and employees share their memories, private photographs and home movies, revealing a simpler, happier, and more prosperous period when the nice times seemed as if they would never end. More than a time capsule of an iconic hotel, The Green Park is a heartfelt tribute to a bygone era and the cultural roots of the Anglo-Jewish community.
Description: Moritz Daniel Oppenheim, the so-called ‘painter of the Rothschilds and the Rothschild of painters’, was the first Jewish painter of the modern era. Oppenheim came to represent the emancipation of German Jews in the nineteenth century, although his work depicting traditional Jewish life has mostly been forgotten. With an extraordinary collaborative soundtrack fusing electronic melody with classical composition performed by the string quartet of the Frankfurt Philharmonic Orchestra, this strong documentary explores the seminal artist’s traces — and lingering impact — across Germany, France and Israel.
Description: Was Sigmund Freud a revolutionary genius who changed our thought and sought to release humanity from shackles of oppression, religion and hypocrisy? Or was he a greedy and devious charlatan who swindled theories from others? Was he the generator of the show sense of individuality or did he contaminate humanity’s moral values with selfcenteredness? With debate from world-renowned Freud experts and philosophers, and animation, humour, art and music, More Alive than Dead explores the multifaceted Freudian influence on our culture and society.
Description: In Central Texas, Barbecue is more than a method to cook meat - it's a method of life, a path to salvation, and a sure-fire method to begin an argument at the dinner table. This documentary covers five barbecue establishments.
Description: Specifically, it is about Bill and Jill Morse, a retired American couple living permanently in Cambodia. The movie features their work with Landmine Relief Fund. Inspired by the work of Aki Ra - a former Khmer Rouge conscripted kid soldier forced to lay landmines, turned deminer as an adult - the Morses founded Landmine Relief Fund, a U.S. based NGO that raises cash for Aki Ra’s demining team, Cambodia Self Support Demining.
Description: It took 10 years for a generation of schoolchildren from Bialik College in Melbourne Australia, to accumulate 1.5 million buttons to commemorate the lives of the kids lost in the Holocaust. This is their story.
Description: The storyline of organic agriculture, said by those who built the movement. A motley team of back-to-the-landers, spiritual seekers and farmers’ sons and daughters reject chemical farming and set out to discover organic alternatives. It’s a heartfelt adventure of change from a tiny band of rebels to a cultural transformation in the method we grow and eat food. By actually organic has gone mainstream – split into an industry oriented toward bringing organic to all people, and a movement that has realized a vision of sustainable agriculture.
Description: Across the United States a white-hot revolution is taking place. Amidst near-daily headlines about climate change gloom, political gridlock, and hurricanes destroying whole electric grids, hope abides. Daring folks from all walks of life lead the method to transition their city, home, or business to test electricity created by sun, wind, hydropower, and geothermal. Deeply rooted forces from politics to ignorance receive in the way, but this diverse cast war and prevails, and clean energy begins to become parts of U.S. cities and cities. Two “snapshots” present the stories from Las Vegas and Puerto Rico.
Description: In 2010, BP was responsible for the world’s biggest oil spill in the Gulf Of Mexico. Over few months, the rig spewed nearly 5 million barrels of oil into the ocean, killing millions of animals and destroying the surrounding environment. Less than a year later, the Australian Government signed papers allowing BP to come to Australia and drill in deeper and rougher seas. In 2016, The Nice Australian Bight Alliance announced the open of ‘Operation Jeedara’ – a campaign that would see the ‘Steve Irwin’ sail into the heart of the Nice Australian Bight to document the beauty of the region in order to showcase what we would all stand to lose if we allow BP drill there. This movie is the storyline of the campaign.
Description: Says the storyline of the Munduruku people’s urgent struggle to protect the heart of the Amazon vs one of the biggest mega-dam projects on earth. Through the director’s relationship with the community of Sawré Muybu, the movie invites the audience to explore how these brave fighters of the modern day war an impossible fight of hope and joins its voice to the growing awareness of the need to preserve our planet’s remaining rainforests.
Description: Through poetic cinematography and stories of teachers sharing their wisdom with kids from a range of backgrounds, the movie showcases the benefits of mindfulness as a method out of violence and suffering, and as an attainable solution for younger generations.
Description: "Hagström - Everything in Music" is a documentary about Albin Hagström who, based on his love of music, built an international empire with manufacturing accordions, guitars and amplifiers. Hagström started a tons of melody stores, melody schools, and published booklets. The headquarters were located in the tiny village of Älvdalen, Sweden, but already in the 1930s Hagström had a branch in the Rockerfeller Center in Manhattan. Among Hagström's customers and mates were Jimi Hendrix, Carl Jularbo, Frank Zappa, ABBA, Owe Thörnqvist. Larry Coryell and many others.
Description: Oliver Perkovitch’s first road skateboarding sessions with Afghani children in war-torn Kabul lead to the creation of Skateistan. If the disparity in treatment between men and women was extremely clear from the get-go, so was skateboarding’s power to shatter prejudice and expectations.
Description: A storyline about democracy, human rights, and what it means to stand up for your values in America today. On January 21, 2017, hundreds of thousands of girls marched on Washington, DC. That same day, hundreds of sister marches took zone across the country and around the world.
Description: BLACK SUNS: AN ASTROPHYSICS ADVENTURE is a documentary about chasing eclipses and science dreams. It chronicles the lives of two globetrotting African American astrophysicists, Dr. Alphonse Sterling and Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi, as they follow the two solar eclipses that occurred in 2012. Dr. Alphonse Sterling of NASA, stationed in Japan, had early success in the US, but left his home country to further cultivate his wide-ranging interests. Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi of the Florida Institute of Technology, is a scientist who beat the odds of poverty, and a terrible early education, to receive where he is today. The movie is hosted by award-winning cultural astronomer Dr. Jarita Holbrook.
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