Description: A portrait of the intimate wars of two girls awaiting their missing ones. Two distant stories, that of Liliana - who lost her husband to organised crime in 2010 - and that of Alicia - whose mother disappeared to the Mexican State in the Dirty War, are shown in this documentary to showcase the conflicts of memory and the everyday struggle of both girls for not disappearing from life.
Description: A 60-year-old man, still dreaming of paradise, shuts himself away from civilization in the mountains to test living self sufficiently and to see what secrets underlie solitude. Having problem finding a truly uninhabited zone Lalo has to hold dealing with human contact, which confronts his utopia. He starts to question the viability of his undertaking, and then to experience how he really feels when he is finally left alone for a long period of time.
Description: Graffiti is variegated. As much tons as the styles does have the folks doing it. Still one thing connects them all – the love of their art. From illegal road and train graffiti over classical style writing and time-consuming Murals till events, exhibitions, photography and media. Through 15 short profiles you will be introduced to some of the best and most outstanding users of the German scene. They give insights into their work and talk about their motivation. Each part represents an necessary aspect of the scene, while each protagonist was selected because of its unique history, orientation, technique and style. LIFE uses climbing equipment to reach territories nobody else can reach.
Description: Daniel Berquiny the founder of the "Parco Zoo delle Star" takes care of trains and puts animals to rest. Nevertheless one would have the sensation that he is the one who risks disappearing. Daniel Berquiny was born in an old Romanian circus family that moved to Italy because they considered it to be the artist’s country. Daniel’s life is intertwined with the present and animals: he began working in the circus and ended up in the movies. A global relationship, made of sweat, labour and dedicated time. And owing to the fact that the contemporary frantic society is not keen on cultivating any relationship with nature, Daniel is forced to resist. And he does so with his fierce look, his powerful arms, the tigers and the camels living in the zoo-like refuge he has built. At the age of sixty-three he teaches tiny Greta, his daughter of eight, to dance on horse. And as he watches her, he smiles with melancholy.
Description: NUDE explores perceptions of nudity in art by chronicling the constructive process of photographer David Bellemere as he's commissioned by NU Muses founder Steve Shaw to shoot a fine art calendar of nude photographs.
Description: Short-finned pilot whales are known as the "Cheetahs of the Deep" for their ability to dive at high speed to hundreds of metres in find of prey. This movie documents the lives of these highly sociable mammals and reveals a complex social behavior which is special to this species.
Description: In the middle of Fresh York City, tucked away in the corner of Bryant Park, sit two outdoor ping pong tables where anyone is gratis to play. Young or old, rich or homeless, it doesn’t matter. During the day, the park provides paddles and balls, but after 7pm the regulars present up, armed with their own. Each night they come together to war every another and the elements, testing in the wind, rain and even snow. And out of this shared love of the game, a bond was formed between an unlikely group of people. This is the storyline of the many lives these tables have touched, including the gangbanger who helped place them there.
Description: What is Freemasonry today? Who are the Freemasons? Since its official creation in London in 1717, Freemasonry has expanded worldwide. Throughout the centuries, this phenomenon has become impregnated with the various local cultures on the five continents. On the opportunity of the 300th anniversary of Freemasonry, this extraordinary globe tour in 80 lodges unveils, for the first time, these ancient and fascinating communities. Terra Masonica takes us to meet masons in their daily life, sharing their history and vision of a changing world.
Description: Award winning documentary filmmakers, Robin, Kathy and Shelly Beeck, with the support of filmmaker Michael Moore, have spent the last five years filming a 60-minute feature-length documentary on Bredo Morstoel, a Norweigan who was frozen by his grandson in 1983. Since then, the globe famous...well...stiff has been lying under 800 pounds of dry ice in a TUFF SHED behind his grandsons' castle-like house in the 9000-ft Colorado ski city of Nederland. The grandson, Trygve Bauge, has long since been deported back to Norway, but Grandpa Bredo has remained, unwittingly becoming a worldwide symbol of the legal rights of the temporarily dead....
Description: By giving meaning to every and each tag on his sculptures, artist Kazuhiro gives meaning to his own life. Experiencing what is behind each wrinkle of time on the human face, transforms a superficial mask into a window to the soul.
Description: There’s the megalopolis of Mexico Town and a small apartment. There’s the road singer and his mother, drowned in her prayers. There’s reality and routine and Mexico’s magic reshaping it all. There’s the inexplicable and the obvious. A contemporary Mexican tale.
Description: This is the storyline of unsung character Steve Fairless, a country man who represented Australia in street cycling at the Seoul Olympics in 1988. After the games, with professional occasions limited, Steve retired from the sport to return to dairy farming to deliever for his young family. He was 26 and in physiological terms, only really just arriving at his peak. However, the desire to compete never left him and at 50, Steve made a arrival of sorts. Within a season he was one of the greatest on the country for any age. Our movie tracks his life, his arrival and his adventure to the ultimate proving ground, the UCI Globe masters Championships in Slovenia. Steve is a nice character, and his storyline is one of never letting go of a dream.
Description: The making of Jerzy Kosinski. The BBC documentary on the life and art of enigmatic novelist Jerzy Kosinski. Through interviews with his second wife Kiki von Fraunhofer-Kosinski, mates and fellow authors, and Polish villagers who knew Kosinski when he was a kid hiding from the scourge of Nazism, this tool attempts to assess the verity of Kosinski's "autobiographical" fiction, the need for him to maintain a nebulous mystique about his early life, and to understand his obsession with S&M sex clubs in Manhattan during the 1970s and 1980s.
Description: The legendary press symposium in San Fransisco at KQED studios on Dec. 3rd 1965. This was a pivotal year in Bob Dylan's career. In the early part of the year he released "Bringing It All Back Home", the first album that saw him transport distinctly away from his folk melody origins. In the summer he followed it with "Highway 61 Revisited", an out and out rock 'n' roll album, and the single "Like A Rolling Stone" hit No.2 on the US charts. His appearance at that year's Newport Folk Festival saw him test an electric guitar on stage, a hugely controversial transport at the time that saw him booed by much of the audience. Vs this background, Dylan went into the studios of TV station KQED in San Francisco for a broadcast press symposium hosted by Ralph J. Gleason, his only one from this era ever to be filmed.
Description: In the tiny city of Paulsboro, Fresh Jersey the religion is pro-wrestling and it's temple is The Creature Factory. Over the past 30 years, pilgrims of all creeds, colors, shapes and sizes have made their method to this modest, repurposed high school gym, eager to escape the realities of their normal lives to pursue a zone within a globe of entertainment largely dismissed as fake. Despite what you may believe, one thing is certain - when it comes to the no bullshit, get-it-done training style of owner / head coach Danny 'Cage', you can't fake the blood, sweat, tears, and focus it takes to create dreams come true.
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The method this documentary nowadays is named is 'docudrama'. It means that it includes fiction and non fiction, interviews and type of theatrical enjoy and I gotta tell I don't like that part of this film. Thom Hoffmann, the director is at the same time an actor who tried his first steps in the film making. Most of rolls he played in the beginning of his career are a type of existentialistic ones. Also the roll he played in the film from Adriaan Ditvoorst, the director who handles the movie about, is one of a troubled boy addicted to morphine.I saw all movies of this director and this movie is one of the better ones he made soon on. The director started with some movies what were very appreciated oninternational festivals like Locarno (for example Bertoluci appreciated his first film(s) very much. It were the early sixties and the existentialism took a high flight. Unfortunately the 'public' were less enthusiastic and from this film on the director more and more had difficulties with getting cash to create his films. In Holland there was and probably still is not the nice environment for making experimental movies. Anyway the documentary continues with interviews withpeople who saw close by the down fall of the director. It shows a boy whowanted to create movies, but had to war critics, producers, movie boards and in the end he started to war vs himself what resulted in the suicide of the man. What I like about the 'docudrama' is the dedication Thom shows for the director. He present honestly how he also had many issues with the hero of thedirector, but also the faith he had in his films. It's a sad storyline and he does nothing about it to hide that. That's okay, because almost nobody wants to hear sad stories nowadays so Thom stuck his neck out to create this film.The thing I didn't like so much were the 'played' parts in the film. Not the method it was played, but rather the choices he made what parts of his life were played. The great effect of the movie was that the director Ditvoorst again came back in the picture and the films he made were back in the cinema's and I was able tosee them on the screen. Before it was impossible to search any film of thedirector.
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