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Description: Byzance uses a text by Stefan Zweig to describe the Ottoman conquest of the town in 1453. Before he turned to detail filmmaking in 1968 with Naked Childhood, Pialat worked on a series of short films, many of them financed by French television. Byzance is one of Pialat’s six Turkish shorts.
Description: All of Pialat's Turkish movies are uniquely interested in the country — especially Istanbul — as it was, not just as it is at the precise moment that Pialat is filming it. History informs these movies in a large way, with the voiceover narration (which incorporates excerpts from different authors) introducing tension between the photos of the modern-day town and the descriptions of incidents from its long and rich history. Istanbul is probably the most conventional documentary of Pialat's Turkish series, providing a general profile of the titular city, its various neighborhoods, and the various cultures and methods of living that coexist within its sprawling borders. As the another movies in the series also suggest, Pialat sees Turkey, and Istanbul in particular, as a junction mission between Europe and the East, between the old and the new, between history and modernity.
Description: La Corne d'or is mostly concerned with religious ritual, examining the mosque (and former cathedral) discussed in Byzance. As a contrast vs Istanbul's status as a center of historical religious conflict, Pialat — drawing here on texts by the French poet Gérard de Nerval — also describes the town as a zone of strange ethnic and religious harmony, with representatives of different cultures and religions living in close contact. He emphasizes the city's hybrid culture, its blend of Southern European and Arab influences, reflected in both its folks and its very construction.
Description: Maître Galip is the most poetic and strong of Pialat's Turkish Chronicles, using the poems of Nazim Hikmet to accompany a series of evocative photos of ordinary working class folks in Istanbul. This was the movie that Pialat himself claimed was the most finished realization of what he was aiming for with his Turkish documentaries. It's not hard to see why this was his favorite: here he abandons the historical commentary and documentary observation of the another shorts in favor of an emotional emphasis on the lives of the terrible and the unemployed.A short doc by Maurice Pialat.
Description: Pehlivan focuses on a three-day wrestling competition, an ancient tradition that dates back over a thousand years to the time of the Ottoman Empire, originating in the minigames the troops would enjoy to entertain themselves in between battles. Maybe that's why there's more than a tip of homoeroticism in the method the wrestlers oil themselves up with grease, making sure to cover each inch of their bodies so that their enemies will be unable to receive a grip. Pialat's closeups emphasize the men's muscular bodies jammed together and sliding off one another, posed in intimate, twisted arrangements, struggling desperately for a grip on every other's bodies. Arms are jammed down pants, one of the only territories there's some potential for a handhold, and the entire thing is very suggestive and sensual, a form of intimate male contact that's sanctioned as a present of strength and masculinity.
Description: Known for their stunningly pretty colours and mystical powers of transformation, the humble butterfly is revered by many. In one tiny monster lays the mystery of creation as in a short lifetime a full evolution occurs. Amongst the most captivating is the Monarch Butterfly. Known as the wandered , this striking orange insect undertakes a mammoth voyage that many of its larger counterparts should not even fathom. Follow this wonderful monster and let yourself to be lost in its magic as this 3D detail allows you to have a firsthand experience of the glorious Monarch Butterfly. A captivating adventure for the entire family!
Description: is an autobiographical short movie by Werner Herzog made in 1986. Herzog says stories about his life and career. The movie includes excerpts and commentary on few Herzog films, including Signs of Life, Heart of Glass, Fata Morgana, Aguirre, the Wrath of God, The Nice Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner, Fitzcarraldo, and the Les Blank documentary Burden of Dreams. Notable is footage of a conversation between Herzog and his mentor Lotte Eisner, a photographer. In other section, he talks with mountaineer Reinhold Messner, in which they discuss a potential movie project in the Himalayas to star Klaus Kinski.
Description: Quasi documentary about the creation of the Miraflores housing development after the Cuban revolution. In this first Cuban detail movie made by an Afro-Cuban and by a woman, Sara Gómez uses innovative documentary and fictional techniques to focus on the marginales in the poorest, most underdeveloped territories of Cuba. Vs a backdrop of dismantled slums and fresh housing construction, the relationship between a mulatta and a Black Cuban unfolds as a conflict between ingrown concepts of race, class and gender and a Revolution that is trying to dismantle the old, outmoded structures.
Description: During a two-day period before and after the University of Alabama integration crisis, the movie uses five camera teams to follow President John F. Kennedy, attorney general Robert F. Kennedy, Alabama governor George Wallace, deputy attorney general Nicholas Katzenbach and the students Vivian Malone and James Hood. As Wallace has promised to personally block the two black students from enrolling in the university, the JFK administration discusses the greatest method to react to it, without rousing the crowd or making Wallace a martyr for the segregationist cause.
Description: The movie evolves around questions of identity, famous memory and culture. While focusing on aspects of Vietnamese reality as seen through the lives and history of girls resistance in Vietnam and in the U.S, it raises questions on the politics of interviewing and documenting.
Description: This programme follows Terry coming to terms with his diagnosis, living with his condition, facing the certainty of its conclusion and his point to search a cure. Adamant that he has done nothing wrong and that Alzheimer s sufferers could not be stigmatised, this is a genuine private adventure of one man, through the science and the reality of what it s like to be diagnosed with Alzheimer s disease.
Description: In only 15 mins with some 30 folks Jane Elliott manages to build up a realistic microcosmos of society today with all its phenomena and feelings. As already known from the ill reputed Milgram experiment, even participants who knew the "rules" are unable to remain uninvolved. What begins as a minigame turns into cruel reality which causes some participants' emotions to erupt with unforeseen intensity
Description: Golf expert Bobby Jones arrives on the golf course to join actors James Cagney, Anthony Bushell, Donald Cook, Evalyn Knapp, and Louise Fazenda in shooting a golf instruction film. Louise Fazenda however has no knowledge of golf and her ongoing commentary disrupts Jones's attempts to practice. While Cagney and Bushell keep Louise's mouth shut, Jones demonstrates his approach to golf. Later, upon comeback of director George Marshall, Louise is sent off "to practice" alone while the cast and team go about shooting the film.
Description: Documentary movie and home film about Dwight Core, Jr., a man with Down syndrome. The footage was originally shot throughout the 1960s and 1970s by Core's father, Dwight Core, Sr. The footage was soon discovered and finished by the filmmaker's grandson, George Ingmire
Description: The modernized autobiography of Britain’s most controversial movie director, the maker of Girls in Love, The Devils, The Melody Lovers, Tommy and The Rainbow, is as unconventional and brilliant as his greatest films. Moving with astonishing assurance through time and space, Russell recreates his life in a series of interconnected episodes – his thirties childhood in Southampton, his first sexual experience (watching Disney’s Pinocchio), his schooldays at the Nautical College, Pangbourne, early careers in the Merchant Marine and the Royal Air Force, dancing days at the Shepherds Bush Ballet Club and of course his career as a film-maker, beginning with an extraordinary interview with Huw Weldon for a job on Monitor. Full of marvellously funny anecdotes and fascinating insights into the realities of the movie director's life, A British Picture is a remarkable autobiography.
Description: Inside and outside the well-kept hedges life carries on as usual. The Lord buys his everyday newspaper. Bertil searches the parking lot for dogs to photograph. Hans and Gun-Britt is planting a big, but still too tiny rock in their garden. Trying to receive their minds off it all. As darkness falls over the tiny village in the woods, the Indians gather for a meeting in the city house as angst, frustration and silent prayer echoes in the night. With visual accuracy and attention to detail, director Mikel Cee Karlsson captures folks and their existence in a tiny village deep inside the Swedish forest. Over a period of four years, the melody video director and former professional skateboarder Mikel has been capturing singular scenes from a part of today’s Sweden where reality inexorably seeps in behind the colorful fasad. With a mixture of playful precision, humour and melancholy he portrays people’s dreams, their relationships and daily destinies.
Description: In an increasingly urban nation, Canada’s national parks are a treasured escape into extraordinary beauty and rugged wilderness. If the Group of Seven were an introduction to the landscape’s majesty, National Parks Project is the next logical chapter. Fifty-two contemporary artists from across the country, whose talents are as diverse as the parks they set out to explore, used their surroundings as a source of inspiration to blend musical and cinematic skills into collaboratively crafted vignettes. Epic in its ambition to celebrate these locales during Parks Canada’s centennial year, this omnibus movie resonates with the knowledge that our unprotected land is more vulnerable than ever. Including movies by Zacharius Kunuk, Peter Lynch, Sturla Gunnarsson and John Walker, and melody by Sarah Harmer, Sam Roberts, Cadence Weapon and The Besnard Lakes, among many others, National Parks Project is a one-of-a-kind documentary experience.
Description: In “Paddle to Seattle” two mates build their own kayaks and paddle alone for 97 days in the wilderness. They travel an epic journey that takes them over 1,300 miles from Alaska to Seattle and survive still able to talk about most of their experiences.
Description: Swedish soccer referee Martin Hansson had a successful adventure towards his large dream in life, the 2010 FIFA Globe Cup in South Africa. Then one dark night in Paris on November 18th, 2009, all hell broke loose.
Description: A short documentary that uses irony to approach the most fashionable São Paulo road in the 60s: the Rua Augusta (Augusta St.), with its classic personages and most frequented spots.
Description: This short documentary records the celebration and ritual surrounding a snowshoe tournament in Sherbrooke in the late 1950s. The movie marked the beginning of a fresh approach to reality in documentary and prefigures the trademark style of the NFB's newly formed French Unit. Today, Les raquetteurs is considered a precursor to the birth of direct cinema.
Description: After a comic introduction, we look closely at a shrimp. Eyes on stilts, color patterns, pinchered walking feet, a rostrum. We watch shrimp eat using a powerful claw and a fine one; we watch digestion. After eating, shrimp clean themselves. The female lays eggs that cling to her feet. After three weeks, the eggs hatch explosively. Several larvae live to adulthood. We watch an adult shed its carapace with a final leap, leaving it vulnerable; another shrimp attack.
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