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Description: Recalls the day when Holocaust survivors took their first steps into freedom, unaware of their future. Each Face Has a Name puts a name on those nameless faces and lets them recount their feelings of that day, the 28th of April, 1945.
Description: An unflinching look at how girls are treated in the USA today examining problems such as workplace harassment, domestic violence, rape and sexual assault. It shows how discriminatory attitudes still prevail and influence society and argues for the need to improv laws that claim to protect girls
Description: Ten thousand years ago, native folks painted pictures of white sturgeon on the rocks near where they lived. These impressive fish, the biggest and one of the oldest in North America, were an necessary part of the tribe's diet and the inspiration for their elegant sturgeon-nosed canoes. But over the past 200 years dikes and dams have changed the river so much that the sturgeon no longer successfully reproduce. Now, the folks whose culture is bound up with these fish and the folks who control the flow of the river today are working together to restore the Kootenai River White Sturgeon to their ancestral home.
Description: Lake Mungo is an ancient Pleistocene lake-bed in south-western Fresh South Wales, and is one of the world’s richest archaeological sites. Message from Mungo focuses on the interface over the last 40 years between the scientists on one hand, and, on the other, the Indigenous communities who identify with the land and with the human remains revealed at the site. This interface has often been deeply troubled and contentious, but within the conflict and its gradual resolution lies a moving storyline of the progressive empowerment of the traditional custodians of the area.
Description: Through the unrelenting winter in the north of Japan, a tiny group of workers gotta brave unusual working conditions to bring to life a 2,000-year-old tradition known as sake. A cinematic documentary, The Birth of Sake is a visually immersive experience of an almost-secret globe in which huge sacrifices gotta be made for the survival of a time-honored brew.
Description: From the Pacific Northwest to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, this is the inspiring real storyline of four tenacious boys who risk everything to defeat the globe records of motorcycle land speed racing. Their extraordinary adventure will remind you how perseverance vs all odds can send the most unlikely boys roaring into glory.
Description: Zenith Virago is an activist and educator who for over 20 years has been returning the coastal region of Byron Bay, Australia to a more communal, celebratory, and constructive engagement with death and dying.
Description: Total Yoga World is an escape into a peaceful landscape where the focus is on your practice and conscious breathing, not the interior decorating. This has the feeling of being taken to a peaceful outdoor globe in other zone and time where relaxation occurs due to the release of body tension. Instructors Tracey Rich and Ganga White discover the benefits of asanas and sun salutations for healing benefits. The 45-minute Practice includes: breathing, A Series, C Series, triangle, hero, twist, lying boat, backbends, forward bends, spiral twist, inversions and deep relaxation
Description: Directed by UK-horror stage stalwart Calum Waddell and hosted by shout queen Debbie Rochon (Terror Firmer, Tromeo and Juliet) Shout Queens: Horror Heroines Exposed features, in a change of pace for horror documentaries, especially those focusing on females in the genre, an all-female line-up, discussing horror films from their perspective – exploring the challenges of being an actress in a category predominantly made by and for men, from how they came about to be defined as a “scream queen”, about the vagaries of the genre: nudity, violence, misogyny, etc., and about how they feel about the category and the label
Description: Said in their own words, these are the heart-wrenching stories of the brave survivors who escaped the Yorkshire Ripper - and, in so doing, helped to place the creature behind bars.
Description: A movie that uses literary, structural, autobiographical, and performance metaphors to construct a series of tableaux that evoke the act of vision, the limits of perception, and the rapture of space.
Description: Huddie Ledbetter was born into poverty, battled racism, and did time, but in spite of his early hardships, or perhaps because of them, he became one of the nice musicians of the 20th century. We trace the life and career of Lead Belly, a boy praised by critics and revered by artists, whose special melody crossed a host of categories and influenced countless industry legends, from The Beatles to Led Zeppelin to Nirvana and beyond.
Description: Red Sox legend Ted Williams grew up in front of America during baseball’s golden age. He served his country as an ace warrior pilot in Korea and was the last boy to ever hit over .400 for a season. This storyline isn’t about how he lived, but about the mystery surrounding his globe after his death. Williams’s head (yes, his head) is preserved in cryostasis in a facility in Arizona. How this came to be remains a mystery shrouded in claims that his kids mistreated him and wrapped in a notorious dirty cocktail napkin.
Description: Reggie Ho never dreamed of testing football in college. Growing up in Hawaii and of Chinese descent, he everytime imagined he’d be a doctor like his father. He enrolled at Notre Dame as a premed student and didn’t think much of testing football until he decided he required a more well-rounded life. He was the placekicker on his high school football squad and decided to walk on to Notre Dame’s. At 5-foot-5 and 135 pounds, Ho was one of the smallest users in a major college football tool — and suddenly became a celebrity on and off campus. As a walk-on, Ho didn’t obtain any financial help from his school: a pure student-athlete. He did it for the love of the minigame and for the love of Notre Dame. After the 1988 season, the walk-on walked off the field. Ho continued his premed degree, but no longer played football. Yet he was a crucial part in Notre Dame’s most newest undefeated season.
Description: Nam June Paik's first single-channel videotape since 1989 is a heartfelt tribute to his long-time collaborator Charlotte Moorman. This portrait traces Moorman's career as an avant-garde performer, from her classical training to her notorious arrest as the "Topless Cellist" and subsequent talk-show celebrity. Rare documentations of Moorman's performances contain Otto Piene's Sky Kiss and Jim McWilliams' Chocolate Cello. Interviews with Moorman's friends, family and collaborators, such as Yoko Ono, Christo and Jeanne Claude, Otto Piene, and Barbara Moore, among others, deliever intimate recollections of the inimitable Moorman.
Description: In 1976, Muhammad Ali and Ken Norton met inside the ring at Yankee Stadium. The conclusion of the war would go down as one of the most controversial decisions in boxing. But the civil unrest around Yankee Stadium in the Bronx — and in Fresh York Town as a entire — became the storyline of the evening.
Description: The December 1, 1977, minigame between the Minnesota North Stars and Boston Bruins started out as just other typical NHL minigame in the ’70s — no helmets and lots of brawls. One showdown that never now happened turned this minigame into one of hockey legend. Shortly after Boston’s John Wensink and Minnesota’s Alex Pirus got untangled from their fight, Wensink famously skated over to the North Stars bench and motioned for the entire squad to take him on. They didn’t. Through Wensink’s own words and anecdotes from die-hard fans, family, and fellow NHL players, this movie takes us into the mind-set of the Bruins’ most legendary enforcer — and the adventure one takes when that life is left behind.
Description: This portrait of Hilary Knight, the artist behind the iconic Eloise books, sees him reflecting on his life as an illustrator and his relationship to his most successful work.
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This movie is a documentary in the truest sense of the word. There is no commentary, no music, no fast cutting, just photo upon image, all of which support document the weeks following the crumbling of the Berlin Wall. The drama, in this case, is supposed to deal with the trouble of currency in the NEW Germany. The title, "Countdown", was intended to count down to the moment Germany decided which currency to use, post-WALL, but it accieves SO MUCH MORE than that (And thank GOD, because that's a cute da*n boring topics for a film, documentary or not).Ottinger takes her camera absolutely everywhere. These photos are not instantly breathtaking, but eventually we receive to see some rather saying moments between East and West Germans. The most wonderful being this: The camera is set right on the wall's fault line. A hole is being made. We can see folks picking away at it from both sides. A tiny woman dressed in pink picks away on one side, while an old boy picks away on the other. The tiny woman drops her hammer and it falls onto the OTHER side of the wall. Without missing a beat, the old boy picks the girl's hammer up and hands it back to her THROUGH the hole in WALL! The tiny woman smiles at the old man, there's a beat of silence, and then they both resume their picking. THIS IS SUCH AN INCREDIBLE MOMENT! Generations of Germans were picking away at years of oppression, and Ottinger captured the essence of it! Once again, with no commentary, no music, no quick-cutting... JUST LIFE! I dare not write more, as doing so would cheapen the real nature of PURE cinema for those who'll now watch the film. It's an nice achievement, and I hope you'll all give it a chance.
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