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Description: In four acts, dancers combine steps of frevo, a traditional Carnival dance of Pernambuco State (Brazil), with others typical of contemporary rhythms like funk, swingueira, electro, and vogue.
Description: America has been fundamentally transformed in many ways. Christians are actually the nation's official bigots. Christians who oppose homosexuality are haters. Christians who think that transgenderism isn’t normal are intolerant. American Christians have never been confronted with so much animosity. As the threats continue to mount, it is prudent to ask the question we never imagined we would have to ponder: "How does a born-again believer live in a culture that increasingly hates us?" God wants a holy, set apart, distinct folks who reply to animosity in such profoundly shocking methods that sinners receive saved. Persecution sets forth a biblical response to perhaps the most urgent question of our day.
Description: "Reclaim America!" "Stay out of politics!" "Pastors could only preach the Gospel!" "Pastors need to preach about the election!" There are many competing Christian voices saying us what to do about the state of the American union. Some voices say us that America is lost if we don’t elect the right president. Others say us that the role of the Christian is to victory souls, not elections. What is the role of the Christian in politics? What is the role of the church in politics? Is there a difference? The Bible responds to those questions in nice feature and the answers are various than Glenn Beck’s responses. Politics does NOT: Seek to persuade you on political issues. Say you which candidates to vote for. Offer a formula for reclaiming our country. Dive into Politics and you will be diving into your Bible to determine, “What is my role in American politics?” The respond will likely surprise you.
Description: “I’m not in the picture!” The grandmother is sure the filmmaker has positioned the camera wrong. The old lady vigorously defends her photo of herself vs her granddaughter, who wants to learn more about her flight from Hungary to Austria. In a dialogue characterized by friction and intimacy, they reveal the method families pass on their history from one generation to the next, and how it works its method into the core of relationships.
Description: A pagan custom takes zone alongside the traditional Easter Sunday celebrations in the Polish village of Sternalice. Rough-looking boys set aside their work tools, saddle wild horses, and set off on a pilgrimage, filled with humility before God. The documentary’s visual and aural cacophony captures the ancient tradition, creating a stunning visual myth.
Description: A Tibetan couple in Lhasa clings to their traditional method of life while watching the emergence of an unfamiliar social order through the eyes of their daughter. For her parents, she's a bridge between the past and show in this reflection on the loneliness of generational gaps. Mariam Zaidi
Description: David Finklestein is an ultra-Orthodox Jew who belongs to a secluded Brooklyn sect. He’s also a talented, aspiring stand-up comedian who finds comedy an essential outlet for his crippling anxiety. When David is offered a career-making present that falls on the Sabbath, he gotta finally create a choice between the life he wants and the life he’s everytime known.
Description: The storyline of the unsung heroes who deliver the 'Stars And Stripes' military newspaper to troops in Afghanistan. Part of the movie shows the paper delivery to Camp Lightning after 90 mins on a Chinook helicopter, two miles up a mountain, and further travel on Humvees.
Description: This is the 3rd movie in almost 30 years about the everyday lives of the folks living in this tiny road of Pārdaugava. We first met them in the late 1980s when the Soviet Union was on the brink of collapse. We visited them again in the wild 1990s. And actually we meet them in 2013, again in a entire various world.
Description: Between 2013 and 2015, three princes became the leaders of the Persian Gulf's main oil monarchies: Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. This fresh generation of sovereigns, some of the richest and most strong on the planet, has imposed a fresh method to govern, between violence, repression and ego wars.
Description: The Wiñoy Xipantv is the turnaround of the year for the Mapuche People. It's a zone of celebration, encounter, thought, religiousness and fight. It occurs in june, in the middle of the winter, when the 'mapu' (land) begins to reborn and the longest night lets the sun come in.
Description: A collage of five folks from various cultures living in Switzerland. They reflect on life by looking at their origins. The liveliness and diversity of life can be divined.
Description: Dogpatch, USA, was a theme park nestled in the Ozarks of Northwest Arkansas from 1968 until 1993. During its heyday, Dogpatch, USA, welcomed thousands of guests, who were intrigued and captivated by it's many characters, based on the famous comic strip, Li'l Abner, created by Al Capp. The theme park was a beloved zone to work and provided entertainment to all who wanted a tiny hillbilly in their lives. Dogpatch, USA, An Average Stone-Age Community focuses on the historical significance, highlights, community/regional influence, attractions and details of a theme park that transformed the folks who worked and visited during it's 25 year run. The impression left was a tiny country, a tiny hillbilly and a entire lot, unforgettable. So, be transported back to a simpler time, and experience Dogpatch, USA.
Description: Adventure into the special globe of male stripping at a tiny gay strip club located in America's Second Gayest Town per capita in this follow up to the famous 2017 detail documentary All Male, All Nude. All Male, All Nude: Johnsons is set in Florida's recent gay strip club, Johnsons, located in Wilton Manors, Florida and fresh home to the author and owner of Johnsons - Matt Colunga, an award-winning body builder, who has been in the male entertainment industry for 23 years and was introduced in the first film. From 42-year-old Matt, to 26-year-old Alexander, who spends his days dressed as Spider-Man creating early memories for kids at child parties and spends his nights stripping down to his G-String for gay men, to single fathers and young boys putting themselves through college with their stripping income, to entertainers in the adult movie globe - the boys who compose the heart of Johnsons are diverse, special and captivating.
Description: A 22-minute documentary about the happenings which shaped Architect's album, Holy Hell. The film, by Tom Welsh, details band interviews, footage of the Holy Hell sessions, and the band’s sold out present at London’s Alexandra Palace earlier this year.
Description: A year through the distant eyes of meteorological satellite Himawari-8 – a hypnotic stream of Earth's beauty, fragility and disasters. Animation of satellite irradiation scan measurements, scientific informations by meteorological satellite Himawari-8 courtesy of JMA/BoM/NCI
Description: A series of interviews, combined with newsreel footage, that placed the American feminist movement in historical perspective. Six of the movement's founding women, including Betty Friedan and Kate Millett, discuss the problems that most concern them.
Description: Observed over the course of two years, How to Create a Rainbow is the storyline of a young woman and her mother, as they transport together through transitions of home, identity and name.
Description: Football managers operate in a trade which is prone to instant judgement in a society where perception trumps reality. Dynastic managers are several and far between. They are disposable commodities in a ruthless industry which hires and fires with impunity. In the 2018-19 season, 44 of the 92 managers in top four leagues lost their job. The merry-go-round was in full swing in the non-leagues, too. The Gaffer, the recent in BT Sport’s award-winning series of feature-length documentaries, offers an intimate and compelling insight into the life of five National League managers in and out of the dugout. Starring Harrogate Town’s Simon Weaver, Bromley-born Neil Smith managing his hometown club, lower league legend John Still and his mentee Hakan Hayrettin at Maidstone United, Eastleigh’s Ben Strevens in his first season as a manager, and Craig Hignett at Hartlepool United, the movie provides an extraordinary fly-on-the wall acc of life in charge of non-league clubs.
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This is a nicely made documentary with intelligent touches. It says an interesting storyline of two boys who were among a group of 1000 evacuees from Hurricane Katrina in Fresh Orleans. The folks board a Jet Blue to escape the devastation, unsure where they are going. It turns out they are flying to Utah, where folks are prepared to support them.The storyline focuses on two men, Curtis and Clifford, and their families. These people are not just disaster survivors, they come loaded with private problems. Curtis is a crack addict. Clifford is a long-ago convicted felon. Another issues are lack of education, terrible nutrition, obesity, and a lifetime of a chaos, poverty, and lack of opportunities. And being Black, which one Black speaker in the movies says, counts as two strikes vs them.This movie pulls the race card in inexcusable ways. Instead of lauding this valiant effort of the Utahans to unselfishly support strangers so unlike themselves, this film slaps those do- gooders hard. This viewer notes that it is not Curtis or Clifford complaining, it is others Black and white alike, complaining for them. The complaints mar the film and create it seem shallow, going after the easy, but shamefully false, claim of racist treatment. What are the complaints? First, the refugees got on the plane without being said where they were going. So what? They were being evacuated from a disaster by overworked rescuers, not selecting a holiday at a travel agency. They were taken to a zone with warm, dry buildings, clothes, food, medical care, phones, occasions for life-changing education and jobs. They were not being held hostage and should have gone elsewhere if they had some another place. Nearby states and many major towns were swamped with hurricane evacuees. Utah, a distant state, mostly white, Mormon, crime-free, and diligent was willing to support a group of disaster victims who were mostly Black, poor, Baptist, uneducated, and loaded with private problems. Second, the hurricane folks were searched when they got off the plane and soon given background checks. Again, it is not the evacuees themselves complaining. In fact, Clifford talks of being in the tumult at the Fresh Orleans convention center and seeing a boy being stabbed, folks dying, and kids falling over balcony railings. It seems a protective measure to find folks before putting them into shared housing. This is anything but racist it aims to protect folks from those among them who may be predatory. The racist thing is to tell they are all black, allow them war it out amongst themselves. Third, the refugees were housed on a military base outside Salt Lake City. The complaint so silly and false -- was that if they were white, they would have been place up in hotels downtown. I am in Southern California at this moment, where wildfires are raging out of control. Hundreds of thousands of folks are being evacuated to school buildings, parks, and a sports arena where, it is reported, they are behaving nicely and conditions are clean and well-organized. These Katrina refugees were housed in a campus-like enclave of clean, well-constructed buildings with a spectacular view of mountains. It looks like a nice zone to rest, recuperate, mourn their losses, and obtain the services and assistance required to rebuild their lives. They established their own Baptist church on-site and there is much praise for God getting them through the disaster. The kids attend zone schools and the adults are offered education and support getting jobs. I suspect that the true complaint is that the Utah base was not a zone with simple access to alcohol, drugs, and mischief. But that did not stop Curtis from scoring crack while at the Utah center!The movie cuts few times to stock footage of military folks firing a Howitzer. I guess this is supposed to be commentary on something. It seems false the housing at the base seems cozy and safe for the hurricane survivors, and they seem to be receiving each conceivable kind of assistance. Rather than this grousing and race-baiting movie, it would have been uplifting to see a movie about Utahans donating clothes, time, and money, and reaching out to educate, hire, and deliever housing for their guests.The fourth complaint? There is an 11:00 pm curfew at the housing center. How is this racist? Shared housing cases almost everytime have curfews so that a common group schedule can be effective. In this situation, especially, it is crucial that the late-nighters among them be respectful of those who are trying to rest and reconstruct their lives. Besides, this is Utah. Where would anyone go at night? My film companion thought the curfew was wrong, that adults could be able to go anywhere they please till whatever time at night. But he has never lived in shared housing. And he has never had a kid who had to receive up for school. The commenters balk at the refugees being given this slight amount of organization and discipline. But Clifford and Curtis seem to bloom because of it. Curtis is off crack for a while and begins attending culinary school. Later however, he is off living on his own, back on crack, and drops out of school. He eventually gets a job as a line cook. Clifford, grateful to be in a zone with occasions for the first time in his life, finds a job in construction. He and his wife note better communication in their relationship. Early in the film, Clifford and his wife explain that Fresh Orleans held only struggle for them poverty, bills, no opportunities. It is touching to see them create a better life for themselves.One hundred Katrina refugees, including Clifford and Curtis, chose to create Utah their permanent homes.
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