Description: 2002 Some of the perfect footage includes: excerpts from the 1970 Cincinnatti Pop Festival, famed for the Ig's clambering onto the audience, being hoisted aloft, and walking on a sea of hands, a feat unduplicated back in the day or since in the rock world; earliest Stooges B&W archival snippets showing Iggy right out of the chute as theatrical, quasi-modern dance iconoclast; the Instagram enjoying his own personal listening party to the original recording of "No Fun" years later; and lots of late-'90's/early 2000's audience interaction, sloppy kisses and all. 1 Lust For Life 2 TV Eye 3 I'm Alright 4 Dirt 5 Find & Destroy 6 Funtime Featuring – David Bowie 7 Nightclubbing 8 Lust For Life 9 China Woman 10 Bla, Blah, Blah 11 Lust For Life 12 I'm A God 13 Natural Feeling 14 Louie, Louie
Description: Take a look at Tarantino's career from the beginning, with interviews from co-workers, critics, stars and master filmmakers alike as well as a tribute to his best collaborator, Sally Menke. Produced for the 'Tarantino XX' Blu-ray collection
Description: Shot over six weeks in December 1971, and January 1972, the movie consisted of interviews with Protestants, Catholics, politicians, and some soldiers, combined with TV news clips of bombings and violence. The deaths of four individuals formed the central focus of the film, which Ophüls described as ‘an old, middle-aged, humanistic, social-democratic attempt to give folks an concept that life after all is not that cheap’. The BBC refused to transmit the finished movie on the grounds that it was ‘too pro-Irish’ (Sunday Times, 5 Nov. 1972). (via http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/othelem/media/docs/freespeech.htm)
Description: Actor/comedian Jim Breuer, greatest known from Saturday Night Live and the movie Half Baked, set out in 2008 on his first stand-up tour in six years, taking his 84 year-old father along for the ride of his life. While struggling with the chores of caregiving and coming to terms with his father's mortality, Jim is determined to strengthen their relationship while on the road. Funny and raw, More Than Me is an intimate storyline of growing up and growing old.
Description: Perth musician Robert Hunter was a pioneer of a musical genre, young father, digital communicator, ex drug and alcohol abuser, general hell-raiser and ultimately a terminal cancer patient. When Hunter's time on this world was in danger of being cruelly slash short at 35, he co-opted the digital softwares at his disposal and began to share his physical, emotional and musical adventure in a very raw and honest way. For Hunter, the cancer became a lens through which life suddenly came sharply into focus
Description: The documentary explores how African-based spirituality has informed Americas famous culture. The old African gods have taken on fresh forms since their comeback on North America's shores. Their spirit actually manifests in turntable wizardry, improvisational skills and mind-blowing collages, performances and rituals. The movie shakes up traditional and stereotypical methods of thinking about race, religion, rationality. Through meetings with musicians, writers and artists, healers, gumbo cooks and Mississippi Blues men, the documentary draws a picture of a culture which has everytime drawn on a special mix of various ethnic influences to produce its cultural diversity, allure, and vitality
Description: The first genocide of this century occurred during the first Globe War, when 1.5 million Armenians were killed, and an whole nation was driven from its land. Back to Ararat is the first movie to examine this tragic episode in depth. Traveling from the old ruins to fresh Armenian communities around the world, the movie presents a folks united in its dream of returning to its homeland. But no one will listen to their arguments. In fact, Turkish representatives in the movie argue the genocide never took place. Back to Ararat is a strong reminder of a global injustice which has gone unaddressed.
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".
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