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Description: Covering the domestic cat in nice detail, The Ultimate Guide: House Cats is both informative and humourous. Illustrated in feature are how boy and cats have become companions over the last 4,000 years and how the cat has never really been domesticated even though we think they’ve been. The familiar Ultimate Tutorial techniques are used to demonstrate why they can see in the dark, why they can jump so high and why they land on their feet. Also, discover a house with a 150 foot cat path that runs through the whole house, hanging from the ceiling.
Description: Pregnant In America is the real storyline of Steve and Mandy Buonaugurio, a young, adventurous, expectant couple, who decide to take a daring and potentially risky approach to having their first child--outside the modern American medical system. What they learn about hospitals, doctors, insurance companies, midwives, and home birth as they travel across the United States and Europe interviewing experts and confronting birthing situations, exposes them to some shocking and disturbing realities about America¹s maternity care system and what is event to girls and babies. Ultimately, what they learn impacts on and alters the outcome of their own pregnancy.
Description: In 1960, Brion Gysin invented the Dream Machine, a hypnotic light device with the power to induce hallucinations, drugless highs, and revolutionize human consciousness. It looks easy enough; a 100-watt light bulb, a motor, and a rotating cylinder with cutouts. Just sit in front of it, close your eyes, and wait for the visions to come. The Dream Machine enthralled mystics and freethinkers everywhere; Kurt Cobain had a dream machine, and William S. Burroughs thought it should be used to “storm the citadels of enlightenment.” With a custom-made Dream Machine in tow, director Nik Sheehan takes us on a adventure into the life of Brion Gysin; his art, his complex ideas, and his friendships with some of the most eccentric counter-cultural icons. Taking the Dream Machine as the basis of its explorations, FLicKeR asks crucial questions about the nature of art and consciousness, and imagines a humanity liberated to discover its creativity in finished freedom.
Description: Documentary exploring the aftermath of the nuclear disaster that struck the town on April 26th 1986, uncovering how nature has survived in the radioactive zone. This compelling movie explores how nature has survived in the radioactive ghost town.
Description: International award-winning filmmaker Kevin P. Miller of Well TV announced the release of a fresh documentary about the threat to medical freedom of choice. We Become Silent: The Last Days of Health Freedom features the ongoing attempts by multinational pharmaceutical interests and giant meal companies — in concert with the WTO, the WHO and others – to limit the public’s access to herbs, vitamins and another therapies.
Description: While the lofty promise of protecting the soul is thrown to the wind amidst lawsuits, politics, and the almighty bottom-line, the ebook that is wakeboarding is being composed by those who draw the outside the lines. From the producer of Shaft and Shafted comes a 16mm movie created to launch your eyes to the dementia of what is being accomplished on a wakeboard. Bump Movies is proud to show the Directors Slash of The Faction on DVD. Witness 20 foot gap sliders, large double-ups, handrails, tricks that have never been seen, cheese wedge booters, picnic tables and whatever can be hauled out on the water and hit, slid or bonked.
Description: What is the state of cinema and what being a filmmaker means? What are the measures taken to protect authors' copyright? What is their legal status in various countries? Sequel to “Filmmakers vs. Tycoons.”
Description: Was there a takeover of the United States by international bankers? In this tool you will visit the stage of a crime so excellent that, for thirty years, no one knew it had even taken place. Join an undercover squad of investigative journalists as they take on today's managed news in an explosive series on the largest cover-ups and conspiracies of our time. Learn the secret history of the Federal Reserve.
Description: Most folks think they know the "McDonald's coffee case," but what they don't know is that corporations have spent millions distorting the situation to promote tort reform. HOT COFFEE reveals how large business, aided by the media, brewed a risky concoction of manipulation and lies to protect corporate interests. By following four folks whose lives were devastated by the attacks on our courts, the movie challenges the assumptions Americans keep about "jackpot justice."
Description: What will happen in 2012? The End? The Return? Will prophecies come true? In view of the growing speculation concerning 2012 - mostly using and misusing Zecharia Sitchin's revelations regarding the planet Nibiru and the Anunnaki - Zecharia has accepted to speak out and give his authoritative notification on the topics in an exclusive 2-hour lecture and slide presentation. With a mass of evidence, he analyzes Mayan lore and ancient calendars, and tutorials the listener through biblical prophecies, to arrive at startling conclusions and precise predictions regarding the End of Days.
Description: Faced with the challenging behaviour of their kids, more and more parents in America are turning to psychoactive medication to support them cope, even though the drugs, and sometimes the diagnoses, remain controversial. Louis travels to one of America's leading children's psychiatric treatment centres, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to receive to know the diagnosed kids and hoping to understand what drives parents to place their children on drugs.
Description: Louis has gained access to Coalinga Mental Hospital in California, which houses more than 500 of the most disturbed criminals in America, convicted paedophiles. Most have already served lengthy prison sentences, but have been deemed unsafe for release. Instead, they have been sent here for an indefinite time. Spending time with those undergoing treatment, Louis wrestles with whether he can ever let himself to trust boys whose entire history is defined by deception and deceit.
Description: eremy Marre worked under extreme conditions, sometimes even at gunpoint, to create the programme. And as it unfolds, the documentary questions how society deals with boys prepared to live and die by their own fighter code. Snatched from their cells in max safety prisons across America, some 40 members of the infamous Aryan Brotherhood gang were flown to fortress jails in Los Angeles. Twenty three of them faced the death penalty at the largest situation in US criminal history. Marre's determination to infiltrate the Brotherhood and to document its history is commendable. And his persistence bears fruit as he achieves special access to the gang's leadership, acquiring secret videos of prison killings, beatings, riots and drug running.
Description: As Brazil prepares to host the next Globe Cup, it's folks are confronted with the growing trouble of kid prostitution. The country's relaxed attitude to purchasing sex has long attracted millions of tourists, particularly men. But actually the world's oldest industry is recruiting the world's youngest workers. UNICEF estimates there are 250,000 kids forced into prostitution across Brazil. In this shocking episode of Our World, Chris Rogers goes undercover, posing as one of the millions of so-called sex tourists who visit the South American country in find of cheap sex, often with kids as young as seven years old.
Description: The Aryan Brotherhood is a secretive criminal gang that began inside California's maximum-security penitentiaries and expanded rapidly into variety of state and federal prisons across the nation. Outwardly a white power group, its true interest is in controlling drug and extortion rackets. Now, Explorer unveils this underworld society and comes face-to-face with some of the gang's most infamous members, including a former Aryan Brotherhood leader who, by his own count, has killed 22 men.
Description: Follow five girls reporters and the challenges they face as they work in Iraq during the Second Gulf War. Molly Bingham is an experienced photographer who was held for few days at Abu Ghraib prison at the begin of the war. Marie Colvin is a reporter who lost her eye to a grenade while working in Sri Lanka. Janine di Giovanni has to deal with the difficulties of becoming a mother and still working to fulfill her duties as a journalist. Mary Rogers is a camerawoman who continues to place herself in harm's method in an effort to receive the proper footage to cover her stories.
Description: Large Bucks, Large Pharma pulls back the curtain on the multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry to expose the insidious methods that disease is used, manipulated, and in some instances created, for capital gain. Focusing on the industry's marketing practices, media scholars and health specialists support viewers understand the methods in which direct-to-consumer (DTC) pharmaceutical advertising glamorizes and normalizes the test of prescription medication, and works in tandem with promo to doctors. Combined, these industry practices shape how both patients and doctors understand and relate to illness and treatment. Ultimately, Large Bucks, Large Pharma challenges us to ask necessary questions about the consequences of relying on a for-profit industry for our health and well-being.
Description: After graduating from university, Sean Aiken struggled with the question 'What could I do with my life?' His father told to search his passion. Taking the tip to heart, Sean created The One-Week Job Project, with the target of working 52 jobs in 52 weeks.
Description: You might think that your memory is there to support you remember facts, such as birthdays or shopping lists. If so, you would be very wrong. The ability to travel back in time in your mind is, perhaps, your most remarkable ability, and develops over your lifespan. Horizon takes viewers on an extraordinary adventure into the human memory. From the girl who is having her most traumatic memories wiped by a pill, to the boy with no memory, this movie reveals how these remarkable human stories are transforming our understanding of this special human ability. The findings reveal the startling truth that everyone is tiny more than their own memory.
Description: In 2003 the scene was set for the closest WRC final ever. This explosive DVD covers the war for the 2003 FIA Globe Rally Championship where after thousands of miles across 14 happenings it all came down to one final rally in Wales. At 200mph helicams track the vehicles across hostile terrain, whilst on-board cameras place you at the heart of the action as you experience each gut wrenching twist and turn of the WRC. As well as the full review of the WRC season, receive the inside track on WRC with over 70 mins of extra details including: gravel driving techniques, the clash of the constructor bosses – Frequelin versus Provera, farewell profile of Tommi Makinen, unseen edit of the final scene of Wales Rally GB and three finished unseen stages from in-car cameras including Tommi in Finland for the last time. All providing a special 360-degree view of the 2003 season.
Description: In the frozen wilderness of Antarctica, where oceans ice over and just staying alive is an achievement, one monster has perfected the art of survival - the emperor penguin. Emperor penguins are sublimely built to defeat the cold - but in a globe threatened by climate change, can they take the heat? Using Crittercam, scientists take a virtual ride under the ice with the emperor penguin to study the impact of climate change on the penguin's world.
Description: “You bet on someone in the beginning of the process and then you wait and see what life does with them.” This is how Czech director Helena Trestikova explains her long-term documentaries. Following on from the European Movie Academy Award winning RENE (2008), Trestikova brings us KATKA – 14 years in the life of a drug addict. KATKA is an extraordinarily raw and uncensored hero portrait of a troubled young girl living on the edge of human existence, desperately searching for love and salvation. Will she search it in the rehab? Will she search it in the arms of the boy she loves? Or in the first cry of her long-desired baby? Tagging along with her through the back roads and squalors of Prague, Trestikova gets deep under the skin of a person most of us would cross the street to avoid, and shows us Katka’s profoundly human face. You might be mad with Katka, or your heart may go out to her. One thing is certain – you will never forget her.
Description: Dolphins: The Wild Side follows these mammals in the wild as they war for mating rights, hunt for food, and clash with another dolphin species. Thanks to some brilliant underwater camerawork, we're treated to the sight of dolphins hydroplaning through 10 inches of water after fish, ramming one another in a quarrel over females, and evading a group of hungry orcas in Alaska. (Killer whales are now part of the dolphin family, but they feel no compunction about feeding on their smaller cousins--not a stage for the squeamish!) But perhaps the most impressive part of this documentary are the scenes of a dolphin pod working in concert to trap a shimmering, mammoth school of sardines. Through calculated test of air bubbles, tail slaps, and sonic pips, the animals corral their prey and have a feast. The clever, and at times ruthless, nature of these mammals is on abundant display in this entertaining documentary
Description: The documentary recounts the world's first nuclear attack and examines the alarming repercussions. Covering a three-week period from the Trinity use to the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the tool chronicles America's political gamble and the planning for the momentous event. Archival film, dramatizations, and unique results detail what occurred aboard the Enola Gay (the aircraft that dropped the bomb) and inside the exploding bomb.
Description: Graham Hancock travels to the underwater website at Yonaguni in Japan that he has been studying in his hunt for signs of ice age inhabitation. Best-selling, yet controversial creator Graham Hancock scours the seas in a bid to search evidence of a lost civilisation in this fresh series, Underworld. At the end of the last Ice Age, large territories of land were submerged by rising sea lvls - the same territories that are likely to have been inhabited by man. But archaeologists have concentrated their find for past civilisations on land and so date the dawn of civilisation to around 6,000 years ago. Hancock contends that underwater evidence points to a much earlier starting mission for organised settlement.
Description: This series exploring sects reveals how such organisations function like miniature dictatorships and rely on the classic techniques of propaganda and repression. This edition focuses on the recruitment techniques used by gurus to woo 'innocents' to their groups.
Description: DECODING THE PAST goes far beyond the bestseller lists to reveal the truth about Opus Dei. Founded in 1928 by Spaniard Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer, it encourages members, most of whom are lay professionals, to search God through work and everyday life. The most orthodox commit to a celibate life, live in Opus Dei residences, give the majority of their income to the organization, and practice corporal mortification, the infliction of self-pain as a holy act of sacrifice. Now, Opus Dei leaders grant unprecedented access as we lift the veil surrounding their mysterious organization to reveal the truths and demystify the myths.
Description: Featuring never-before-seen movie footage of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime, The Architecture of Doom captures the inner workings of the Third Reich and illuminates the Nazi aesthetic in art, architecture and famous culture. From Nazi party rallies to the final days inside Hitler's bunker, this sensational movie shows how Adolf Hitler rose from being a failed artist to creating a globe of ponderous kitsch and horrifying terror. Hitler worshipped ancient Rome and Greece, and dreamed of a fresh Golden Age of classical art and monumental architecture, populated by beautiful, patriotic Aryans. Degenerated artists and inferior races had no zone in his lurid fantasy. As this riveting movie shows, the Nazis went from banning the art of modernists like Picasso to forced euthanasia of the retarded and sick, and finally to the persecution of homosexuals and the extermination of the Jews.
Description: Over a person's lifetime they are likely to be prescribed more than 14,000 pills. Antibiotics, cholesterol lowering tablets, anti-depressants, painkillers, even smartphones to extend youth and improve performance in bed. These drugs perform minor miracles day after day, but how much is really known about them? Drug discovery often owes as much to serendipity as to science, and that means much is learnt about how medicines work, or even what they do, when they're taken. By investigating some of the most famous pills folks pop, Horizon asks, how much can they be trusted to do what they are supposed to?
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