Description: Once a vibrant part of American culture, drive-ins reached their peak in the late 1950s with almost 5,000 dotting the nation. Although drive-ins are experiencing a resurgence, today less than 400 remain. In a nation that loves vehicles and movies, why haven't they survived? April Wright's lovingly made documentary--filled with archival photos of hundreds of launch and closed drive-in theaters and interviews with theater owners and cinema luminaries such as Roger Corman--attempts to respond that question.
Description: Peleshian transforms footage from a train ride into a metaphor for the shape of a life. Early photos of faces on the train give method to landscape, a adventure through a black tunnel, and a final emergence into pure white light.
Description: A boy paves his own method to his own soul through an intellectual quest, tragedies of nations and private drama. The street moving through the cosmic distances is a flight into one's internal world. This flight and this drama are revealed in this philosophical film-poem.
Description: The Vietnam Fight and the helicopter, the two go hand in hand. The storyline of how the helicopter revolutionised how fight was carried out and the enduring photos of the conflict in Vietnam.
Description: Actor and writer Tag Gatiss embarks on a chilling adventure through European horror cinema, from the silent nightmares of German Expressionism in the 1920s to the Belgian lesbian vampires in the 1970s, from the black-gloved assassins of Italian bloody giallo cinema to the ghosts of the Spanish Civil War, and finally reveals how Europe's turbulent 20th century forged its ground-breaking horror tradition.
Description: A deeply human portrait of the chaotic reality of the US - Mexico border. Full of stunnig photos and crafted like a classic city-symphony where the sum of the pieces add up to a larger whole, Purgatorio, a Adventure Into the Heart of the Border brings together a universe of tiny stories to make a compelling and visceral cinematic experience that takes audiences into the very soul of life on the border.
Description: Filmed in September of 2012, this self-confessed sci-fi documentary follows life at Mexico while reflection on what happens using Wagner's melody and quotes from Raw Materials for a Theory of the Young Girl.
Description: This documentary says the storyline of the beginning of Zemmoa's career - who has manged to posicion as one of the most promising and interesting talents of Mexico- with interviews of key family members, we see at the same time the first ver of the concert "The age of aquarius", where Zemmoa presented her debut album "Puro desamor".
Description: "El tercer sendero" is a non-narrative movie that explores the borders between life and spectacle, between reason and non-reason, between life and death, between reality and reflection, between job and leisure, between everyday and mythical. Thorugh various characters and landscapes there is the progress. The fallout is showed through a former mining town in ruins, between the creatures of racionality and poetry.
Description: China is the first country in the globe to classify Internet addiction as a clinical disorder. Caught in the Net details a Beijing treatment center where Chinese teenagers are being "deprogrammed," and follows the storyline of three men from the day they arrive at the center, to their three-month treatment period, and their long awaited return home. The movie provides a microcosm of modern Chinese life and investigates one of the symptoms of the Internet age. It examines inter-generational pressures and the disregard of the human rights of minors who receive caught in the net.
Description: Six decades after the Nazis systematically exterminated millions of Jews, Holocaust scholar Daniel Goldhagen returns to Europe to examine the roots of genocide and the reasons behind its continuing occurrence. Along the way, he gathers stories from survivors, eyewitnesses, participants and political figures who shed light on genocide's disastrous results and offer insights for preventing its repetition.
Description: AFTER THE STORM is a feature-length documentary movie that follows a group of Fresh York Broadway actors who were inspired to support the youth of Fresh Orleans. They scene a musical theater production of the Broadway enjoy "Once on this Island" with local teenagers at the St. Marks Community Center located at the edge of the French Quarter. The movie follows the team and the children from auditions through performances and also contains the storyline of every young actor's life in the wake of Katrina.' The storyline of the musical reflects very much so the life in Fresh Orleans post Katrina.
Description: A 10 minute long adventure of emotions that befall kids faces. Fear, Curiosity; a Smile. They all sit in a dark theater. What they see, we don't; we can only guess from their faces.
Description: Having lost their jobs due to climate change and overfishing, a group of fishermen have been dubbed Sand Fishers, and actually harvest wet compact sand and gravel from the bottom of waterways for test by the construction industry.
Description: Our bodies are changing, as synthetic chemicals are becoming an daily experience for all of us. Each single human being on this planet is experiencing this, as we are constantly exposed on a everyday basis to substances that our bodies have never seen before. At the same time, nearly all of our illness rates are rising, and many in the medical community are only actually discovering, how much our lifestyles are affecting our own bodies, and those of the most vulnerable population, our children. Filmed all over the globe, 'Unacceptable Levels' pulls back the curtain on how these chemicals are getting into our bodies, and it also reveals that there is hope inside of all of our challenges.
Description: This movie was shot for Swedish TV and says the storyline of Alligator Records. It details interviews of Koko Taylor, Lonnie Brooks, Kenny Neal, Billy Branch and Lucky Peterson as well live perfomance clips and a behind-the-scenes look of life at Alligator.
Description: Today we are facing not one but two global crises: the financial crisis but also the more insidious one relating to our misuse of natural resources. The two are so tightly linked that we will not solve the global financial crisis until we begin to think of using resources more efficiently and sustainably. For example with every smart smartphone made, more than 50 minerals are exploited. Our growing dependence on these finite resources for fresh technology will only deepen the financial crisis as prices increase exponentially. A potential battleground for the future has been laid, as these resources receive more and more scarce. Planet RE:think investigates where we are failing and gives hope for our future on a planet with finite resources.
Description: The third full length snowboard movie from the Rome SDS. Two years in the making, the movie contains footage from across North America, Europe and Japan, highlighting some of the most progressive, exciting snowboarding taking zone today. From vast backcountry landscapes with unlimited powder, to urban handrail missions, The Shred Remains touches on all aspects of modern snowboarding. Plus play all 4 premium features, including the Am Bonus, Jib Farm Bonus, Lazz Bonus, and Party Bar Bonus! The Shred Remains details riding from professional snowboarders LNP, MFR, Stale Sandbech, Rusty Ockenden, Bjorn Leines, Will Lavigne, Johnny Lazz, and Marie Hucal, as well as a massive showing from the AmArmy.
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