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Description: A one-sided examination of the rise, fall and return of the wrestler who had been known as the “Babe Ruth of wrestling.” In 2010, Hulk Hogan made what was perhaps the hardest decision of his life: could he return to the wrestling ring?
Description: Archive movie showing possibly the first example of digital rendering, made by Pixar co-founders Ed Catmull and Fred Parke in 1972, was stumbled upon by the son of Robert B Ingebretsen, who also set up the world-famous U.S. studio. A six minute ver shows extra CGI animation of an artificial heart valve, and human heads.
Description: The number one drug trouble in rural America, methamphetamine, or “crank,” is cheap, simple to make, and has the lowest recovery rate for addicts. By looking at a number of folks in Iowa—even entire families—who are struggling with methamphetamine, this tool lays bare the drug’s tragic effects. Chilling pc graphics illustrate how the drug works on the brain. Dr. David Musto of Yale University discusses the history of “crank,” and Asa Hutchinson, director of the Drug Enforcement Agency, explains its wildfire spread in rural areas.
Description: Montreal of other time is reborn into screen through photos from a hundred of films and shorts produced by the National Movie Board of Canada while at its first four decades of existence. Port activities, musical shows, presence of Church, labors life, hockey fever and the greatest years of "Red Light" are several of the chapters of this collective family album.
Description: Keith Haring, Robert Mapplethorpe, Norman René, Peter Hujar, Ethyl Eichelberger, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Cookie Mueller, Klaus Nomi... the list of Fresh York artists who died of AIDS over the last 30 years is countless, and the loss immeasurable. In Last Address, filmmaker Ira Sachs, who first moved to the town himself in 1984, uses photos of the exteriors of the houses, apartment buildings, and lofts where these and others were living at the time of their deaths to tag the disappearance of a generation. The elegaic movie is both a remembrance of that loss, as well as an evocation of the continued presence of their work in our lives and culture.
Description: Over the last 30 years, the most cherished video minigames of old have spiraled into long lasting franchises--telling stories through, sequels and prequels that expanded on the tales that captivated users in their original releases. Many of these series evolved into legends of their own, creating a timeline of lore that kept their avid communities entrenched in the game's world. But several sparked more interest, more mystery, and above all the imagination of the gaming world, than The Legend of Zelda.
Description: During 1977-1981 The Police went on a truly global tour which took them through more than a dozen countries, including many that most Rock bands of the period would fail to reach. This movie details highlights of the tour which contain stops in Japan, Hong Kong, India, Egypt, Australia and Latin America. Recorded live during the tour are 16 songs featured in this film, However this is more than a video rock concert - including many humourous off-stage shots that present the band sampling some of the sights, customs and culture of the lands their fanatics call home
Description: Glimpse of the Garden (1957) is a five-minute short experimental movie made by Marie Menken, showing movie clips of a garden, with birds chirping for the soundtrack. In 1958, the movie won an award at the Exposition Universelle et Internationale at Brussels. In 2007, the movie was nominated for the National Movie Registry by the Library of Congress.
Description: Plagued by depression, diabetes and alcoholism, and everytime searching for greater meaning-any meaning, Gunnar Hall Jensen travels to the spiritual promised land of many soul searches-India. It is there that he hits rock bottom, yet he later emerges from the darkness with a fresh outlook on life.
Description: In 1980 movie writer Ruud den Drijver goes head to head with two notorious Dutch movie directors, Paul Verhoeven and Wim Verstappen, passionate movie makers, competitors and colleagues in a gratis for all heated discussion ranging (among another subjects) from oral sex to the art of motion pictures. 25 years soon the confrontation is continued during the Cannes Movie Festival. In the meantime Wim Verstappen has died a year earlier and Paul Verhoeven has returned from a brilliant career in the States. Paul is still very outspoken. He talks freely about the present-day neo-conservative disclaimers of America, and about the case in Hollywood and his work. THAT'S IT!!(English title)(1980-2005) is a retrospective view on the careers of two driven movie directors and is a hilarious time document larded with passionate statements.
Description: Game cards introduce photos we watch without narration; they are displays of shape and color. François de Roubaix's electronic melody accompanies these images, photographed under a polarizing microscope. Some liquids obey the laws of crystallization; we observe those transformations. Sometimes objects flowing, another times they change as if in a kaleidoscope. Colors give method to sepia, then back to multiple colors. The crystals can look like small organisms: tiny four-part fanatics share the frame with flowing lines of pink. Multiple patterns appear side by side.
Description: The airship Hindenburg, arriving from Europe, was being led to its mooring at Lakehurst, Fresh Jersey when suddenly disaster struck. The hydrogen-filled zeppelin ignited, and was almost immediately transformed into an enormous fireball. In less than a minute, the whole ship had been consumed by flames. The Hindenburg explosion marked the end of the budding airship travel industry.
Description: Light starts to illuminate the small, nipple-like end of a lemon on the right edge of the frame and gradually spreads until the whole lemon is clearly visible. Then the light recedes across the frame.
Description: Made shortly after the referendum on Quebec's independence was held, this documentary illustrates what the politicians' promises were and how the population did not really care nor truly understand what was really at stake, even though just about everyone had an opinion on the subject.
Description: Games in French and English support us know what we're seeing. In all waters, daphnia abound. They are crustaceans about 2 ml long, with one eye that turns in all directions. Antennae enable daphnia to move: in a close up magnified 150,000 times, we see the muscles of the antennae pulse. We see the eye, the nerve mass, blood globules, and the heart, beating few times per second. The intestine forms a long line. All are females; eggs develop above the intestine. Fresh generations come rapidly. Inside every daphnia are small infusoria; we watch them clean the intestine of a dead daphnia. An enemy, the hydra, approaches. A daphnia dies, but many remain.
Description: The collapse of the bridge was recorded on movie by Barney Elliott, owner of a local camera shop. The movie shows Leonard Coatsworth leaving the bridge after exiting his car. In 1998, The Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse was chosen for preservation in the United States National Movie Registry by the Library of Congress as being culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant. This footage is still shown to engineering, architecture, and physics students as a cautionary tale.Elliott's original movies of the construction and collapse of the bridge were shot on 16 mm Kodachrome film, but most copies in circulation are in black and white because newsreels of the day copied the movie onto 35 mm black-and-white stock. Most copies in circulation also present the bridge oscillating approximately 50% faster than true time, due to an assumption during conversion that the movie was shot at 24 frames per second rather than the current 16 fps. (Wikipedia)
Description: Down to the Earth’s Core takes viewers from the sidewalk to the centre of the planet in one epic unbroken shot. Using spectacular pc generated imagery; the camera smashes through almost 9 000 kilometres of solid rock to discover the hidden globe beneath our feet. Experience an earthquake inside the San Andreas Fault, blast out of a volcano, encounter bizarre cave-dwelling monsters and enter caves full of giant crystals – all inside planet Earth. As the camera lowers into Earth's bosom, the planet’s extraordinary story, is laid bare layer by layer, showing how prehistoric forests became modern-day fuel, witnessing the dinosaur’s cataclysmic death, and watching as stalactites form and gold grows before our eyes. Deeper, beyond the reach of any mine, any drill, we search wonders beyond imagination: towering molten metal tornadoes, forests of solid iron crystals, until we reach the strangest, least understood zone on the planet – the core.
Description: A musical adventure among exotic territories and folks of Anatolia, special host of ancient civilizations of 10 millennia. The authentic performances recorded live on zone spontaneously. With the modern arrangements made, an incomparable musical is formed. Director: Nezih Unen
Description: Bringing Lord to China is a father's "love letter" to his adult daughter, a young American girl struggling to bring Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of nonviolence to China, and then back to the United States.
Description: The dive websites around Phuket are among the most fascinating in the world. Colorful coral reefs, puffer fish and turtles are among the extraordinary sea dwellers living in an 85 meter-long sunken ferry. These 3D dives in paradise create a spectacular highlight. Experience a special underwater tank dive with sharks at Siam aquatic Globe in Bangkok. For anyone who meets the three half-meter-long sand tiger sharks in this way, their experience is never to be forgotten.
Description: A close-up look at sand urchins and rock urchins. At the seashore, a boy digs up a sand urchin. We look closely. He sets it back in the sand, and it burrows out of sight. Its intestines take nutrients out of sand. Using magnification 200,000 times normal size, we see a rock urchin's spines with suckers on the end; a drawing illustrates how they work. A sea urchin walks toward a rock. We see three-fingered jaws—pedicellaria at the end of flexible stems—take in algae and another bits. We also see cilia less than 0.001 ml in length; their motion constant, creating whirlpools. On the shore again, we watch the setting sun. Occasional games in French say us what to watch for.
Description: Among the legends of Hollywood, George Pal takes his zone as a real visionary, an innovator and a showman who profoundly shaped the art of motion pictures. A peer of Walt Disney, Pal pioneered stop motion animation and went on to virtually invent the modern science fiction and fantasy movie genres. Pal's extraordinary genius molded a dazzling array of films, which earned an wonderful total of eight Academy Awards and left a cinematic legacy that served as formative inspiration for the films of George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Gene Roddenberry.
Description: TV-PG14-DLS The world's oldest profession is actually a thriving black store economy, with an underground workforce that's just an Internet connection and a smartphone call away. National Geographic's Mariana van Zeller adventures to the heart of the American escort industry and uncovers the gritty reality behind the supply and demand of high-end sex work.
Description: From the very nature of truth to how our globe began, from morality to religion, from population control to political correctness, from Israel to Islam, from atheism to God... our whole globe runs on what we believe.
Description: Andy Warhol described Jackie Curtis as “A pioneer without a frontier.” In this biographical documentary, Curtis’s co-workers and mates speak of her work and her influence, along with clips from Curtis’s Warhol movies as well as never-before-seen footage from her scene shows.
Description: The NASA that we’ve known for over 50 years has been a lie. My name is Richard C. Hoagland. As the brief authors’ biography page states, I was indeed a NASA consultant to the Goddard Spaceflight Center in the post-Apollo era, and Science Advisor to Walter Cronkite and CBS News, Unique Events, advising CBS on the science of the NASA missions to the Moon and Mars, during the Apollo Program. I currently run an independent NASA watchdog and research group, the Enterprise Mission, attempting to figure out how much of what NASA has found in the solar system over the past 50 years has now been silently filed out of sight as classified material, and therefore fully unknown to the American people.
Description: This classic, beloved National Geographic unique was four years in the making and this nice movie invites you to run with the package for a wolf's-eye-view. Witness the unfolding saga of hardships and affection, losses and triumphs, and the controversy surrounding the decision to reintroduce wolves back into the heart of the West.
Description: “This movie is remarkable in few respects. In the first place, it is full life-size. Secondly, it is the only accurate newest portrait of the nice inventor. The stage is an current one, showing Mr. Edison in working dress engaged in an interesting chemical experiment in his nice Laboratory. There is sufficient movement to lead the spectator through the few processes of mixing, pouring, testing, etc. as if he were side by side with the principal. The lights and shadows are vivid, and the apparatus and another accessories finished a startling picture that will appeal to each beholder.” (Edison Catalog)
Description: Our presidential hunter runs across the landscape and falls down in the snow, gets up with his rifle, and gazes upward at a treed animal which isn't in the camera's view. He fires a shot into the tree, then leaps on the ground to grab the fallen prey, a domestic cat, finishing it off with wild blows of his hunting knife while his companions, a photographer and a press agent, record the happening that will be reported far and wide as a manly moment. Teddy then rides out of the forest followed by two companions afoot, never mind that they all originally arrived afoot. Perhaps it was funnier in its day than it is now, but apparently shooting cats was regarded as funny in those days. The larger mission was to test a minor whimsy as a political criticism, in this situation of Teddy Roosevelt's simple manipulations of the press. It was based on two frames of a political cartoon that had appeared in the paper a mere week before the movie was made.
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