Description: Being human is a fragile and fleeting occasion to experience life and the universe around us. In the face of overwhelming darkness all we can do is to rely on and search solace in one another. The movie is based on authentic emergency calls and radio traffic.
Description: He was one of Germany's leading investment experts with an income of few million Euros per day. Now, he sits on one of the upper floors of an empty bank building in the middle of Frankfurt, overlooking a skyline of glass and steel. And talks. In an extended mix of a monologue and an in-depth interview, which is as frightening as it is fascinating, he shares his inside knowledge from a megalomaniac parallel globe where illusions are the market's hardest currency. Marc Bauder's 'Master of the Universe' is based on meticulous research and provides us with geniune insight into the notoriously secretive and self-protective 'universe' of which our nameless protagonist experiences himself a master. Where another movies on the financial meltdown have focused on the epic nature of larger-than-life business, Bauder probes the mentality that made it possible in the first place. A tense drama where psychology meets finance - two things that are more closely linked than you would like to believe.
Description: Most of us can respond that question without a second thought, but for some people, the respond isn’t so simple. American Transgender takes us firsthand into the everyday lives of three individuals—Clair, Jim, and Eli—who every identify with a various gender from the one in which they were born and raised. We witness their struggles and triumphs, and experience their hopes and fears. How do they manage at work, build careers, maintain friendships, and nurture lasting, intimate partnerships? Every of the characters in the movie says their storyline in their own words as we follow them through life’s everyday wars and victories, both huge and small.
Description: The History of WWE celebrates 50 years of sports entertainment by chronicling the evolution of WWE from small, regional promo into a worldwide phenomenon. With fresh interviews from few key personalities past and present, receive the inside storyline behind every era of WWE as well as all your favorite moments and Superstars.
Description: Methods of Seeing is a 1972 BBC four-part tv series of 30-minute movies created chiefly by writer John Berger and producer Mike Dibb. Berger's scripts were adapted into a ebook of the same name. The series and ebook criticize traditional Western cultural aesthetics by raising questions about hidden ideologies in visual images. The series is partially a response to Kenneth Clark's Civilisation series, which represents a more traditionalist view of the Western artistic and cultural canon.
Description: Made in the form of an extended news report and narrated by journalist Dina Čolić-Anđelković, the movie presents a snapshot of the chaotic Belgrade criminal underworld in the early 1990s which sprung up vs the backdrop of Yugoslav wars. The movie is composed of fragments from interviews with individuals directly involved with criminal activities either through perpetrating them or through trying to stop them.
Description: The North Carolina Charlotte Point has Produced this DVD as a software to cultivate the spirit of missionary work into the lives of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Featured in this DVD are the moving testimonies of converts from North Carolina Point who where brought to the LDS church by Member-missionaries Accompanying their testimonies is an inspiring short movie and the strong words of Elder Henry B. Eyring (apostle of LDS church)
Description: In his early twenties, Sam Cagnina, oldest son of a Mafia hit man, meets Steven, a handsome 19-year old college student and they fall in love. Then, after a several years Sam offers Steven a "visionary" idea. What if they should search a girl who would fall in love with both of them and accept to live in a "trio" relationship? They spend the next 7 years dating and looking for that unique woman. Finally, they meet Samantha, a young, struggling actress. THREE OF HEARTS explores this very special trio union as they negotiate their living arangements, fall in love and launch one of the hottest wellness centres in Fresh York City. Everyone who comes in contact with them is never quite sure how the relationship works. But the one thing which seems certain is their love for every other.
Description: "Talking Guitars" is an intimate portrait of master guitar craftsman, Flip Scipio. The behind-the-scenes music-documentary illustrates the fascinating juxtaposition of the quiet artist and the globe of musicians who seek his expertise. His clients contain Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Ben Taylor, Paul Simon, David Tronzo, Leni Stern and Carly Simon. It is claimed that Flip "can create the worst piece of sh*t sing". For himself "Music is like Esperanto"; a universal language.
Description: This inspiring fresh movie from runner and cinematographer John Burkett documents his journeys into a fresh life gratis of his destructive past and into a globe on the run. At age thirty, newly sober, out walking his dog he decided to take what became the first of many runs. “No exercise I have ever tried did I really enjoy. So what is the difference with running? It can be so difficult but still I crave it. Using up hours each week but still I feel it’s necessary to hold balance. Is it spiritual, is it just for the competitive, or is it primal, woven into each gene in our body? So why do we do it? Why do we run?”
Description: Sean Connors Films, Ltd. Presents a Frozen Pictures production of The Seventh Python, a nonfiction musical detail movie based on the life, work and unplanned career of musical satirist Neil Innes. The Seventh Python traces one man’s winding path of whimsy as he flirts with destiny at the edge of fame with incredibly influential and unusually lasting work that keeps one foot every planted in the worlds of comedy and rock ‘n’ roll. From the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band to Monty Python's Flying Circus and The Rutles, to his Ego Fighter campaign and his insistence on wearing a plastic duck on his head, Neil Innes has proven to be the best musical comedy satirist of the past fifty years.
Description: LINE OF BEAUTY AND GRACE is a tale about photography and art, family and life, dealing with the history of boy and woman, life and art. Many art historians consider Jock Sturges, born in 1947, to be one of the most necessary fine art photographers of our times. As a catholic and graduated in psychology and photography, he survived the attacks of conservatives in the United States. Sturges has created a series of intensely strong and moving photographs with an outstanding sensitivity for composition and light. Sturges's artistic work is an uncompromising find for truth and clarity. His personal life is marked by his launch nature and inspired by the love he shares with his wife Maia. In LINE OF BEAUTY AND GRACE, the filmmaker and photographer Christian E. Klinger adventures into the life and work of this extraordinary man.
Description: Regular opening times do not apply as we accompany Sir David Attenborough on an after-hours adventure around London’s Natural History Museum, one of his favorite haunts. The museum's different exhibits coming to life, including dinosaurs, reptiles and monsters from the ice age. Shot by the same 3D squad that worked on Gravity, examines how the animals and monsters at the London museum once roamed the earth.
Description: This PBS documentary explores depression, a debilitating illness that affects millions of Americans. Touching the lives of folks from diverse backgrounds, depression still carries a stigma that causes some sufferers to go without treatment. True folks with depression talk about their experiences, and scientists offer commentary to shed light on the disease, including its diagnosis, treatment and actual research.
Description: This detail documentary is a portrait of Peter Watkins, an Oscar®-winning British filmmaker who, for the past 4 decades, has proved that movies can be made without compromise. With the proliferation of TV channels, documentaries are enjoying an unprecedented boom fuelled by audiences seeking an alternative to infotainment. But actually documentary filmmaking, too, finds itself constrained by the imperatives of television. However, there is a rebel resisting this uniformity of the spirit. Pre-eminent among today's documentary filmmakers concerned about this mind-numbing standardization, Peter Watkins has never strayed from either his principles or the cause.
Description: Ashrita Furman holds the official record for the most Guinness Globe Records by one individual, including marks for "Largest Hula Hoop," "Most Apples Sliced in Mid-Air with a Samurai Sword," and "Longest Distance Bicycling Underwater." A health meal shop owner and devotee of meditation, Furman travels the globe creating fresh genres for record achievement. In The Record Breaker we meet Furman, a singularly driven character, and his merry band of compatriots (including Champ the dog) as he's about to attempt to climb Machu Picchu on stilts.
Description: Ice Globe is a Discovery Channel documentary concerning three folks living 24,000 years ago in England during the last ice age. They live very much like plains Indians, with tee pees, buckskin clothing and long hair. Aki and Mora are a couple with a kid on the way. Brom is their tribal chief. As the ice cap advances they flee southeast towards warmer weather. At that time there was no English channel and they walked to France and over few months on to show day Czechoslovakia. This is a fictional acc of how folks might have coped back then. The scenes of our three twenty-somethings trying to search other tribe to join up with are intermingled with discussions by archaeologists lecturing about cave paintings and findings that correlate with the primary story.
Description: In Summer of 2011, alpinist Kyle Dempster set out across Kyrgyzstan’s back streets on his bike. His target – ride across the country via old Soviet streets while climbing as many of the region’s impressive peaks as possible. He found an entirely various type of adventure.
Description: Deep in the heart of Utah, commonly referred to as "Happy Valley," residents play one of the lowest crime rates, highest literacy and language fluency - even the most jello consumption - across the nation. Yet under the glossy exterior of this pretty community, there are less famous genres that Satisfied Valley contends in but doesn't advertise, including prescription drug abuse, double the national average of anti-depressant drugs, even suicide. In Satisfied Valley at least one teen per week dies from drug overdose. The real-life real story, Satisfied Valley, sheds light on the growing trouble of prescription drug abuse in Utah County and, as importantly, the associated problems of denial, conformity, social pressure and guilt.
Description: It is the world’s most mysterious manuscript. A book, written by an unknown author, illustrated with pictures that are as bizarre as they are puzzling — and written in a language that even the greatest cryptographers have been unable to decode. No wonder that this script even has a part in Dan Brown’s recent bestseller “The Lost Symbol”.
Description: This riveting movie takes a look behind the scenes at one of the 20th century's cinema classics and at one of contemporary cinema's most maddeningly brilliant directors, Milos Forman.
Description: Jettingen Germany is home to Ludo Fact, one of the world's biggest manufacturers of board and card games. This documentary shows how a board minigame makes the leap from an concept to your table. You'll see each aspect of the manufacturing process: the technology and machines, the many detailed steps, and the hundreds of folks that are involved in the production of a single game. Mostly, we hope the movie gives you a greater appreciation of the time, effort and investment that goes into each quality board minigame that makes it to the marketplace and your home. The business of fun requires a lot of difficult work!
Description: Following a dream, Canadian paraglider pilot Benjamin Jordan travels to Malawi to teach kids the joys of kite flying. There he meets Godfrey, a young boy who has everytime dreamed of flying though has never had the means. The odd pair tour the country on bikes, building kites with youth while motivating them to follow their dreams. They are destined for Malawi's highest peak where, after weeks of ground training, the two will attempt to fly down and create Godfrey the first Malawian paraglider pilot.
Description: The history of Italian zombie cinema, beginning with the breakout worldwide influence and success of George Romero's Night of the Living Dead and continuing through to Lucio Fulci's trend-setting Zombie Flesh-Eaters (Zombi 2) and its many imitators.
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