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Description: According to newest scientific research, more than 450 various kinds of animals engage in homosexual activity. St Thomas Productions has taken this research, and combined it with never-before- seen movie footage, to produce this compelling and groundbreaking documentary. Animal Homosexuality explores the different methods homosexuality is expressed in the animal kingdom through courtships, affection, sex, pair-bonding and parenting. A covert revolution has been taking zone in nature, and has gone unnoticed until now. With the support of scientific research, international stock footage and location.
Description: Chronicles the odyssey of a gay musician in Nazi Germany. Director Klaus Stanjek's cheerful Uncle Willi lived with his family, except when he was touring as a musician across Germany. Only when Willi turned 90 did his nephew Klaus Stanjek detect what his entire family had hidden: that Uncle Willi has spent eight years in Nazi camps and that he was gay. In a radical private approach, veteran filmmaker Stanjek follows the complex turns that his family takes when they confront his Uncle Willi's secret. The effect is a private and political portrait of his beloved uncle, a talented singer and accordion player, that is one part historical inquiry and one part fascinating detective story.
Description: Experimental movie by Motoharu Jonouchi comprised of both archival footage from the 1960s Japanese student riots and dramatised re-enactions. It was created as a tribute to Michiko Kamba, a student victim of the riots.
Description: Cameroonian filmmaker Jean-Marie Teno directs this impassioned documentary about the slow crumbling of traditional morals and values caused by colonialism and globalization. The movie traces Teno's adventure from his base in France to Cameroon's capital Yaounde to his hometown of Mbieng. In the process, he captures photos of corroding infrastructures and corrupt officials.
Description: Every moment, happenings take zone that the human eye cannot perceive because these occurrences are too small, too large, too fast, too slow or beyond the spectrum of visible light. Witness some of the captivating sights that will forever alter your knowledge and perception of the globe around us. This 1979 classic video shows us that 'hidden' world. Various sizes, various spectrums, and even various rates of speed can illuminate the underlying processes that are beyond the limits of our eyes.
Description: For African athletes making cash abroad is the large goal. But Kenyan marathon runners need to be attentive – the industry is ruthless and only several create it. For years, sports managers have been bringing African athletes to Europe to run in marathons with promises of potential prize cash and a top career. For many it’s a means of escaping poverty. But what price do the marathon runners themselves pay? Long-distance running is among the toughest disciplines in the world. Professional marathon runners war over seconds in a race more than 40km long - seconds that are often worth large sums of money. Running has become a business. The prize cash for a major happening can be in five figures. Participants have to be world-class athletes to victory these amounts.
Description: On the eve of the 60th anniversary of the 1957 Tiny Rock school desegregation crisis, educational inequality remains among the most urgent civil rights problems of our time. With its school district hanging in the balance following a state takeover in January 2015, Tiny Rock today presents a microcosm of the inequities and challenges manifesting in classrooms all across America. Through situation studies in Tiny Rock, Fresh York City, and Los Angeles, Teach Us All seeks to bring the critical lessons of history to bear on the actual state of U.S. education and investigate: 60 years later, how far have we come-or not come-and how do we catalyze action from here?
Description: Central Park: The People’s Zone is a loving portrait of Fresh York’s collective backyard. It is a biography of a living zone that continues to evolve as the town changes. The documentary explores its historic creation as the first truly public park, its psychological and sociological significance, artistic design, and role as an urban oasis as the globe becomes increasingly aware of the importance of green spaces. The movie celebrates nature’s seasonal changes with pretty photography and original melody that capture the “good vibes” of a park filled with Fresh Yorkers at play. Home to birdwatchers, sunbathers, children testing in the snow, musicians giving impromptu concerts and large happenings like Shakespeare in the Park and the Fresh York Town Marathon, Central Park is central to the life of the city. Central Park: The People’s Zone examines both the collective and individual experiences of Central Park, rejoicing in the diversity and splendor of an American experiment in social democracy.
Description: In 1966 a several eccentric Berkeley college students got together to recreate the last competition of the Golden Age of Chivalry. Today their legacy lives on in an international organization known as the Society for Constructive Anachronism where kings and ladies, knights and artisans make an intricate subculture that even pervades the participants' true lives. Honor and chivalry are the words of the day, but every member struggles to search their own meaning and method amidst the social dynamics that are inherent in any huge group. "In Service to the Dream" chronicles a 9-month span in the lives of the populace of the kingdom of Caid, where lords and queens rise and fall, but thousands of folks all seem to march to the beats of related drums.
Description: Two Dutch lawyers, Michiel Pestman and Victor Koppe, travel to Cambodia in 2011 to defend Nuon Chea in an international tribunal. Nuon Chea, also known as Brother No. 2, was the second boy after Pol Pot in the Khmer Rouge regime. He is being charged with mass murder and crimes vs humanity. For four years, the documentary follows the lawyers in their attempt to give this boy a fair trial, but the UN tribunal is beset by local interests and a government which consists partly of another former members of the Khmer Rouge who would really like all of the blame to rest solely on the defendant. What should've been the crowning achievement in the careers of the lawyers turns out very different.
Description: Emmy Verhey, top violinist, decides to quit after 54 active years of performing, starting at 14 years old. Documentary follows her through her last concert to her training other young gifted woman, only 15 years old.
Description: In the center of the newest Tribeca Movie Festival scandal surrounding his movie VAXXED: From Cover-up to Controversy stands Andrew Wakefield, discredited and stripped of his medical license for his infamous study suggesting a url between the MMR vaccine, bowel disease, and autism. THE PATHOLOGICAL OPTIMIST takes us into the inner sanctum of Wakefield and his family from 2011- 2016 as he wars for his day in court in a tiny known defamation situation vs the British Medical Journal. Wakefield attempts to clear his name as the media-appointed Father of the Anti-vaccine movement. Director Miranda Bailey weaves a delicate portrait of a boy who is THE PATHOLOGICAL OPTIMIST utilizing a never-before-seen, full access look at the boy at the center of one of the largest medical and media controversies of our times.
Description: The inside storyline of the necessary horror classic "Night of the Living Dead" as said by those who were there and those who were inspired by it. Including rare archival interviews, fresh interviews and visits to the original locations, "Chronicles of the Living Dead" also addresses the trouble of the film's infamous copyright status, a legal debacle that continues to plague the original authors to this day. Called one of the 100 Most Necessary American Movies by both the AFI and the BBC, "Night" is brought alive once again through the fond rememberances of the cast and crew.
Description: A 5-year investigation which contains archive and press images, traces the tragedy of Antuco (2005), where 45 troops died due to hypothermia. Our protagonists say us their consequences from their voluntary entry to the ranks of the units until its show 10 years later. In the middle of these stories we will see an experimental short that gives us the notification of the physiological process of hypothermia.
Description: Hermes is an Argentine anthropologist who is living with the villagers of the Damara ethnic group in Namibia. Researching about the possible origins of mankind and specialized in the cosmogony of some people, he manages to receive some results. He travels to Argentina searching an respond in San Felix, the last afro-descendant community in the country. Hermes provides a special bridge that will support to recover the memory of a changed history, with the conviction that mankind descended from amphibious beings. But his desire of knowledge will present him how risky it is. Director Pablo Cesar specializes in co-productions between Argentina and Africa.
Description: A fresh age of zone exploration, and exploitation, is dawning. But surprisingly, some of the boldest efforts at putting humans into zone are actually those of personal companies started by a handful of maverick billionaire businessmen. Beyond mass zone travel, and even zone mining and manufacturing, the dream of Elon Musk and others is real zone exploration. His company, SpaceX, already delivers supplies to the International Zone Station, and their next step is delivering astronauts too. But their real ambition is to ensure the survival of the human race by crossing our solar system and colonizing Mars in the next decade. Should commercial spaceflight companies eventually create us a space-faring civilization?
Description: A documentary about Goran Ivandic 'Ipe', the drummer of most famous Yugoslav rock band of all time, Sarajevo-based "Bijelo dugme" (White Button). Ivandic's fatal jump from the balcony of hotel Metropol in Belgrade in 1994 sparked much controversy around his fate.
Description: In May 1964, three British filmmakers traveled with the Khampa guerrillas over a 20,000-foot pass into occupied Tibet from the remote Tsum region of Nepal and captured dramatic footage of an ambush on a Chinese military convoy. The footage was smuggled out and edited two years soon in London, and officially released in 1966 to critical acclaim. Shot by Oscar-winning cinematographer Chris Menges (THE READER, LOCAL HERO, THE KILLING FIELDS), this documentary short is an necessary historical artifact, representing the only known footage of armed Tibetan resistance warriors in combat with the Chinese.
Description: It’s August. Feel the suffocating heat of the sun penetrating your skin. All around you, an abundance of flesh is spinning. Thousands of boys offer up the naked bodies of baby men to the angelic icon of San Sebastian. Screams, colours, chants and explosions. Money-garlands. Imagine no girls except for me. Wait, yes, behind us girls are following with devotion, all dressed up in well pressed clothes and their stocking feet. Now, come back here. Imagine how badly I fell in love with this. I desperately wish to be part of it. To be there. I wanted to belong. But I know I can’t. And so, I test to capture it on film. I go there and movie it each year, over and over, again and again. One day I will say the storyline of a terrible and sterile boy who wants to replace San Sebastian. But more summers will have to pass before our character appears.
Description: A factual science based review and evaluation of vaccines and their impact on our health. Experts feature how fraught the widespread test of vaccines is for our actual and future generations.
Description: North Korean propaganda movie about orchards that yield bigger crops after Kim Il-sung visits. The movies was presented as a gift to friendly-minded countries in the world. And expected by the North Korean Culture Ministry to be displayed publicly. Sweden was one of the countries honored by receiving a copy of "Gwasu-ui nara / Country of Orchards".
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