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Description: Hirata Yukata became the first boy in Japan to publicly acknowledge that he had contracted HIV through homosexual sex. Koreeda’s movie is designed as a lament for Yukata, who had a profound impact on the filmmaker. His dying years are not presented as a time of physical deterioration, but rather an evolution of a relationship between two men, one of whom emerged from the process with a markedly changed perspective on the target of objectivity in nonfiction film. ©http://hcl.harvard.edu/hfa/films/2004winter/koreeda.html
Description: Documentary-drama recounting the Martian Fight of 1913 - 1917. Europe was on tenterhooks in the 2nd decade of the 20th century, everyone was expecting a Nice Fight between the major European powers. But then, in 1913, something ruined into the forests of SW Germany. Units were sent to investigate but were wiped out. Martian fighting machines began making their method across Western Europe and the countries of Europe combined forces to resist them. With aspects taken from "The Fight of the Worlds" by H.G. Wells and from WWI itself, this dramatisation presents a documentary style look at happenings as they unfolded and the result they had of our globe today. Lots of references to true happenings including the mass attacks and defeats as boys were thrown vs machines on the Western front, the Christmas truce and the Angel of Mons, America's isolationism and late entry into the conflict, the worldwide "Spanish" flu epidemic that killed more folks than the war, and many another things.
Description: A huge multinational and industrial gold mining company has arrived in a remote zone of Guinea, West Africa. This desperately terrible region has a long history of economic reliance on gold. This movie is a melancholic portrait of the changes brought by the mine, and of the universal human desire for a better life. How do local folks reply to the occasions and economic divisions the mine creates? How do the local jobseekers and expatriate staff, attracted by gold and the chances it offers, understand one another? In situation of difficulties, the mine calls in the military. Conflict over the mine's presence is escalating. The gold will be dug from the ground, but at what cost? End of the Rainbow reveals a globe that is changing forever, and intimately portrays the folks who are grappling to reply to those changes.
Description: The movie deals with the rights of Japanese-Koreans -born in Japan but without Japanese passport or nationality- and the social rejection that they face if they don’t integrate completely, abandoning their Korean identity. The film’s main thread is the storyline of a Korean man, who in the times of the Japanese occupation of the Korean peninsula, is sent to Japan to war along with the Japanese in the Philippines, but after the fight and fearing discrimination, creates a Japanese identity for himself and manages to receive married and have kids without his family ever knowing about his origins for 50 years until he is arrested in 1985 for forging official documents and in suspicion of being a spy from North Korea. (…) © timegoesbyin.wordpress.com/tag/i-wanted-to-be-japanese
Description: A 1974 documentary in which Dave Allen meets a tons of eccentrics, including a boy who lives in a box on wheels, a cowboy vicar and a boy who pretends to fly a Lancaster bomber in his garage.
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Description: Khalo Matabane spent two years making the film, interviewing those who knew and loved Mandela, and also those who criticised him. Global thinkers, politicians and artists including the Dalai Lama, Henry Kissinger and Ariel Dorfman talk about the result of his disclaimers and his decision making. Their thoughts are weighed equally with ordinary South Africans like Charity Kondile, who refuses to forgive her son's apartheid operative murderer. Through these interviews, finished in the last months of Mandela's life, Matabane interrogates for himself the meaning of freedom, reconciliation and forgiveness. By doing so he challenges Mandela's enduring impact in today's globe of conflict and inequality. Thought-provoking and reflective, Mandela, the Myth and Me is a moving movie which frames Mandela from a fresh, deeply private perspective. (Storyville)
Description: Love and desire fill the minds of villagers in a Hungarian speaking village in Transylvania, Romania, even in their old age. Time has stood still here, and although most of the village’s inhabitants are elderly, they are refreshingly young at heart.
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Description: From the man who played on the roads to the boy who won the Golden Ball, "Eusébio, a Pantera Negra" shows the life of the portuguese football idol, since the first kicks, passing through the nice moments of his private life, till his consagration as football player.
Description: Taylor Steele's fresh movie "Missing" puts ASP Globe Winner Mick Fanning in some of the most radical territories on the planet alongside his nice mates John John Florence, Jordy Smith, Matt Wilkinson, and Tom Curren. Under the direction of the world-renowed filmmaker, the project takes Mick Fanning out of the tournament globe of the ASP, gives him a boarding pass with a blank destination and for 21 days he is relocated all over the globe with only a passport, suitcase, and surfboard at his disposal. As a result, the surfing is special, raw, and some of the greatest you'll see on screen this year. From Africa and Ireland to Central America and Spain, the experience is literally life changing for Mick Fanning.
Description: Precise but also lyrical reconstruction of the life of calf no. 4208. After its death, it had quite a adventure to create in bits. Sébastien More filmed his commentary on consumer society in triple-screen, stop-motion and provided with a wonderful soundtrack.
Description: American Courtesans is a detail documentary that takes you into the lives of American Sex Workers. These girls candidly discuss what brought them to the doors of the sex trade, what they found when they got there and why they stayed. Follow eleven Sex Workers through the streets, massage parlors, brothels and strip clubs to Fresh York high rises and the bell captains in Vegas. This is a story, a various type of American Story, that will leave you speechless.
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Description: Incorporating never before-seen archival footage, home films and interviews with family members, journalists and law enforcement officials, PABLO ESCOBAR: KING OF COCAINE says the storyline of the twisted Robin Hood who founded the Medellin cartel cocaine smuggling organization and became the first billionaire criminal in South America. This piece is part of The Learning Channel series "Legends," hosted by Bryant Gumbel.
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This is one of the last movies that Louis Lumiere would be credited as directing, although the Lumieres would continue to produce pictures for other half dozen years. Was it the press of business that caused his retreat from the field? The fact that others should actually be relied upon to shoot movies with nice composition throughout, mixed with nice movement? Or was Lumiere becoming a back number and had the nice sense to retire? Perhaps it was a tiny bit of all three. Certainly storyline movies were becoming popular. Méliès had produced a first ver of Cinderella at an wonderful running time of six minutes, and a serial ver of the Dreifus affair. Over in England, George Smith was beginning to place together a true movie grammar. The Lumieres' 44-second actualities of domestic commonplaces were not enough and their soon productions would be shot in Morrocco, Egypt and the Far East.In the meantime, this is simply a parade of nurses wheeling baby carriages. It has nice composition, movement and even a snapper joke at the end. It just wasn't enough anymore.
This is one of the Lumiere Bros' soon films, made 4 years after their first moving picture show. I'm sure by 1899 movies such as these documentaries were really out of fashion, as Méliès had started making trick movies by then. That said, this Lumiere Bro's piece is again one that I'd still suggest to folks today as it simply captures a moment in time. The one-shot movie documents some nurses taking babies for their stroll down the road, every passing in front of the camera one by one. At the end, a lone toddler runs out in front of the camera and tries to receive away. We never do know if he escaped his stroller and is being pursued. Oh well.
Défilé de voitures de bébés à la pouponnière de Paris (1899)Louis Lumiere directed this film, which shows a couple dozen nurses walking through a fence with carriages. I'm going to guess that there are babies in these carriages but we never now see them. That really doesn't matter too much as this is other easy but interesting movie from the Lumiere brothers. There's certainly nothing ground-breaking here but I've everytime enjoyed the work of the Lumieres because they simply took their camera out and captured a part of life that was going on. I bet you these nurses never should have imagined that someone like me (and a several others) would be watching this 116 years after it was made!
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