Description: Bill's fifty-two years old, has a mountain boy beard, and delivers pizza on a fixed gear bike in Brooklyn. Over the course of few shifts, the movie unveils an intriguing boy rushing meal to your door while it's still hot and fresh.
Description: The Creeping Garden is an independently-produced feature-length documentary, directed by Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp and with an original soundtrack by Jim O’Rourke, depicting the globe of myxomycetes, or plasmodial slime moulds, and the diverse array of research currently being conducted around them. The movie boasts stunning original macroscopic time-lapse footage of these overlooked organisms, filmed within its natural habitat and in a controlled laboratory setting, and details interviews with artists, researchers and scientists involved in the fields of the visual arts, music, mycology, computing and robotics to discover concepts of biological-inspired design, emergence theory, unconventional computing and scientific modelling.
Description: Activist-pranksters Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonnano pull the rug out from under mega-corporations, government officials and a complacent media in a series of outrageous stunts designed to draw awareness to the trouble of climate change.
Description: Sports documentaries don't receive any better than The Last Game, which seems likely to remain the best movie ever made about the undiluted thrill of high school football. You couldn't write a Hollywood script better than this riveting, real-life celebration of Central Bucks West--the reigning champions of Pennsylvania high school football--and the team's passionate hard-ass coach of 32 years, Mike Pettine Sr. Given the pure, non-professional nature of high school football, the raw energy of this low-budget, shot-on-video production, and the volatile personalities involved, The Last Minigame reflects the spirit of CB West: It's just about perfect.
Description: In 1970, Brazil was in the throes of a military dictatorship that lasted 20 years. Persecutions, arrests, killings, kidnappings. The movie Seventy rejoins 18 characters of this story, forty years later. The movie mixes the excitement of revisiting the past with a vision, sometimes even nice humored of everything they lived. Many years afterwards they relive their experience of pain, violence and survival, of rebuilding their own storyline and continuing to trust in the chance of improving the world.
Description: Made at the height of 'cold war' paranoia, this drama-documentary shows the work of the UK Warning and Monitoring Organisation, who's duties included the issuing of public warnings of any nuclear missile strike and the subsequent fallout.
Description: Experience a breathtaking adventure into the wild desert of Middle-Europe and be impressed by the unbelievable symbiosis of tradition and natural beauty of the flora and fauna. Be impressed by animals in their true natural environment and experience these special moments in sharp images.
Description: A vacation training camp for young married couples who belong to the Polish Socialist Youth Union (ZSMP) starts at the campsite. From the commander's welcome speech, they learn that a movie team will record camp life and training classes under the slogan "Model Family".
Description: A group of European physicists are working on fresh generation of computers. These will fully revolutionize the global notification technology by exploiting the most peculiar phenomena of quantum mechanics - Superposition and Entanglement. These paradoxical phenomena are today being exploited in order to make the global quantum notification technology of the future. Quantum computers will literally possess fully revolutionary capacity and be able to process notification quantities, which all of the world's existing computers would never be able to accomplish. It will be possible to crack any known safety system in seconds as an experiment from Innsbruck shows. In Munich scientists are trying to generate an enormous virtual reality on a quantum pc that may prove to be the software to solve issues from global warming to the final fate of the universe.
Description: After Portnoy's Complaint launched him as a fresh literary voice, not to mention a scandalous one, Philip Roth went on to be hailed by many as America's best living writer. Never scared to look difficult at the extremes of human experience, he has been both consistently controversial and intensely private. But now, having celebrated his 80th birthday in his home city of Newark, Fresh Jersey, Roth, in conversation with Alan Yentob, is ready to say the entire storyline in this unique two-part movie for imagine... Philip Roth Unleashed.
Description: This video portrait, filmed in the days leading up to Amiri Baraka’s appeal of his 90-day sentence for resisting arrest following an argument in his vehicle outside the 8th Road Playhouse film theater, documents Baraka at his radio show, at home with his wife and children, and performing at readings. It is a delicate vision of a revolutionary who has grown quieter—though never at rest, and as sage as ever.
Description: India Cabaret (1985) is a documentary by Mira Nair exploring the "respectable" and "immoral" stereotypes of girls in Indian society said from the mission of view of 2 strip-tease dancers in a cabaret house in Bombay.
Description: Two teenagers, David and Hugo, meet by possibility on a canoe ride in the Amazon. This documentary follows their lives as David starts a fair-trade certification system for oil production companies to support with the oil-waste trouble in the Ecuadorian Amazon, while Hugo gets an American education that will let him to return to his homelands as a leader.
Description: This short movie documents Australian composer Richard Meale’s homage to the young French poet, Arthur Rimbaud. Meale composed a melody piece for woodwind, percussion and strings which he titled “Incredible Floridas”.
Description: Back Problems is the definitive documentary of porn magazine Hustler, from its nightclub inception as it adapts to pornography in the 21st century. Director Michael Lee Nirenberg's father was was one of the original art directors in the 1970s and 80s. Back Problems is a finished look at the personalities and details that made this the most offensive magazine of all time. The storyline is said by its publisher as well as the editors, cartoonists, models, attorneys, art directors and cultural figures for the first time ever.
Description: For over four decades the Rolling Stones have been on top. Arrests, drugs, fall-outs, death and relationships have stood center scene with eight consecutive number one albums in the US and sold out live shows.
Description: The fascinating globe of ocean fauna: risky sharks, majestic stingrays, brilliantly coloured fish and a tons of species from the diver's paradise of the Maldives. Spectacular photos of the diverse life-forms to be found under water.
Description: Once described by the press as "one of the most controversial figures on the Australian art scene", avant-garde poet and playwright Christopher Barnett achieved a lvl of notoriety in the Melbourne underground theatre stage during the ‘70s and ‘80s, before self-exiling to France. He remains there today, running an experimental theatre lab working with the marginalised and underprivileged, applauded by the establishment (including former French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault) and faithful to his belief that art can change the world. These Heathen Dreams is an intimate portrait of Barnett's life and revolutionary philosophy. Combining archival footage dating back to the ‘60s with contemporary observational documentation and text from Barnett's writings, it is a poignant and inspiring study of the power of both art and political activism.
Description: Stephen Cummings is one of Australia's most revered rock 'n' roll icons. Rising to fame as frontman of ‘70s legends The Sports, he has spent more than 30 years at the forefront of the local melody scene, forging a reputation both as one of Australian rock's best lyrical storytellers and also one of its most incendiary critics. Based on his scathing tell-all memoir Will It Be Funny Tomorrow, Billy?, Don't Throw Stones says Cummings' storyline in his own words – as well as the words of those he has so gleefully skewered. Featuring interviews with Michael Gudinski, Steve Kilbey, Joe Camilleri and many more, Don't Throw Stones is a revealing portrait of three decades of rock-world gossip, larger-than-life personalities and good, old-fashioned artistic beef.
Description: In this sequel to "My brother the Islamist," we continue to follow Robb Leech as the tries to understand his stepbrother's adventure and transformation from middle-class man to convicted terrorist.
Description: A collection of three short 'haiku videos' by Chris Marker. The first haiku, 'Yanka / Tchaika', shows the river Seine passing under a bridge. A bird in flight stays motionless in the air. The second haiku, 'Owl Gets in Your Eyes', shows Catherine Belkhodja smoking a cigarette while a superimposed shot of an owl in flight fades in and out over her face. The third haiku is a tribute to the Lumière brothers. In an homage to their style, Marker documents an happening of everyday life in only a minute, selecting to movie work on the Petite Centure (a Parisian railway) in May 1994. Due to the work, no train now passes and we are simply shown desolate train tracks, making the haiku a dry parody of 'L'Arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat'.
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