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Description: From Rome to London, Paris to Berlin, uncover what folks know about Mormons. Jed and Daryn packed up their camera and went across the pond to explore how much folks from all over the globe know on the subject. This collection of man-on-the-street interviews brings the misunderstandings of an whole continent to your living room.
Description: This fascinating French documentary chronicles the reopening of the Zoology Hall in the Paris Museum of Natural History in 1993. It had been closed for almost thirty years and it took three years of difficult work to restore it and the stuffed monsters within.
Description: Black Roots is the fourth feature-length movie produced and directed by American independent filmmaker Lionel Rogosin. The movie gathers a number of African American folk and blues musicians in a room, where they share stories and songs about the black experience in America.
Description: In the best bar storyline ever told, ten mates recount the real tale of surviving their wildest night. After hiring a sketchy limousine service, a rag-tag bunch of difficult partiers embark on their Fresh Year's tradition – running naked into the Gulf of Mexico – only to search themselves 24 hours soon kidnapped, stripped, stranded, and left for dead. Combining narration of the current participants with feature-length re-creation, filmmakers Gideon C. Kennedy and Marcus Rosentrater take you on a hilarious ride about getting lost, getting found and getting hammered.
Description: An intimate acc of the relationship between young composer and pianist Kit Armstrong and the globe renowned Alfred Brendel, Set the Piano Stool on Fire captures both the constructive process and champions the value of teaching and collaboration. Featuring the only filmed footage of Brendel during his farewell tour, this is highly revealing and essential viewing for anyone interested in classical music.
Description: The Devil Never Sleeps is a “whodunit” documentary about family secrets. Filmmaker Lourdes Portillo received a smartphone call informing her of the mysterious death of her wealthy Mexican uncle Oscar. Officially ruled a suicide, Portillo’s relatives claimed murder, offering few possible suspects including a business partner, a ranch hand, and Oscar’s young widow who stood to inherit everything. Traveling to Mexico, Portillo attempts to learn the truth about her strong uncle. Using interviews, old snapshots and home movies, she finds a complicated web of family secrets, intrigue, rumor and betrayal that makes her enigmatic uncle’s murder seem ever more likely, yet ever more obscure. As the Mexican telling goes, “When evil is lurking, the devil never sleeps.”
Description: Has Matthew been wasting his life? He’s 29 years old with 4 memberships at adult video stores, 55 tapes of compiled porn, and absolutely nothing to present for it: no girlfriend, no ambition, only a large stack of porn. Run Run It's Him is the real to life storyline of what happens when boy stays too long in his apartment having sex with himself. It is also a funny, honest and optimistic look at the method porn affects people’s lives in the 21st century.
Description: When Globe Fight II broke out, John Ford, in his forties, commissioned in the Naval Reserve, was place in charge of the Field Photographic Unit by Bill Donavan, director of the soon-to-be-OSS. During the war, Field Image made at least 87 documentaries, many with Ford's signature attention to heroism and loss, and many from the mission of view of the fighting soldier and sailor. Talking heads discuss Ford's life and personality, the methods that the fight gave him fulfillment, and the methods that his fight movies embodied the same values and conflicts that his Hollywood movies did. Among the movies profiled are "Battle of Midway," "Torpedo Squadron," "Sexual Hygiene," and "December 7."
Description: This documentary, aired on the Turner Classic Films (TCM) cable network, looks at the life and career of John Garfield, whose career was slash short when he died at age 39. His hard childhood in the rough neighborhoods of Fresh York Town provided the excellent background for the tough-guy roles he would enjoy on both scene and screen.
Description: This movie looks at the globe of kids with hearing loss and the importance of early diagnosis. With its straightforward, rigorous cinematic style and intimate approach to the subject, the movie focuses on the human rather than the technical side of the trouble of hearing impairment.
Description: By 14 he had written five novels and penned a diary about the Nazi occupation of Prague. By 16 he had produced more than 170 drawings and paintings, edited an underground magazine in the Theresienstadt Ghetto, written numerous short stories and had walked to the gas chamber at Auschwitz. But this is a storyline of celebration as well as tragedy, a testament to how a boy’s wonder and constructive expression represent the greatest of what makes us human.
Description: In the late 1960s, with the triumph of bilingualism and biculturalism, Fresh Brunswick's Université de Moncton became the setting for the awakening of Acadian nationalism after centuries of defeatism and resignation. Although 40% of the province's population spoke French, they had been unable to create their voices heard. The movement started with students-sit-ins, demonstrations vs Parliament, run-ins with the police - and later spread to a majority of Acadians. The movie captures the behind-the-scenes action and the students' determination to bring about change. An invaluable document of the rebirth of a people.
Description: This is the storyline of the last two Jews in Afghanistan. All the another Jews have left a long time ago. Isaac and Zabulon live alone in the abandoned synagogue… The older of the two, the ruddy-faced Isaac, is Kabul’s sorcerer-healer. He makes cabalistic amulets, which he sells to Moslems to drive out demons from girls who are possessed, or from troops exhausted by the war. The another Jew, Zabulon, has the same Afghan customers... except that he sells them the alcohol, which he secretly makes, and which is his everyday bread-and-butter.
Description: The last ten years have seen a phenomenal explosion in the organic meal movement as it has moved from niche store to mainstream. Today, it is the fastest growing segment of the meal industry attracting all of the major meal corporations. THE NEW GREEN GIANTS looks at a number of these fresh and old organic corporations and shows how they are managing, or in some cases, failing to live up to the idealistic dreams first espoused by the back-to-the land folk of the late sixties and early seventies. The documentary also looks at some of the bigger questions surrounding organic food. Is it really healthier? Is it truly organic? Is it possible to grow from a mom-and-pop operation to become a large supplier of major grocery chains? Is it now sustainable? Is it realistic to think the globe can be fed organically?
Description: After two decades of filming weddings Doug had long wondered what became of those couples.. Are they still together? Is married life what they thought it would be? How have they navigated the inevitable ups and downs of marriage over the long haul? Driven by deep curiosity to respond these questions, he starts to track down and interview his wedding couples, juxtaposing wedding day flashbacks with present-day reality as he explores themes of love and marital commitment and to ask them all the same question: After years of being married, what would be your tip be for a young couple later to be married?
Description: In "Diana: The Mourning After" Christopher Hitchens sets out to examine the bogusness of "a nation's grief", tries to uncover the several voices of sanity that slash vs the grain of contrived hysteria. His findings recommended that the collective hordes of emotive Dianaphiles sobbing in the roads were not only encouraged but emulated by the media. In the aftermath of Diana's death a three-line whip was enforced on newspapers and on TV, selling the sainthood line wholesale. The suspicion was that journalists, like the public, greeted the death as a possibility to wax emotional in print, as a change from the customary knowing cynicism, to wheel out all those portentous phrases they'd been saving up for the large occasion. Sadly, they just seemed to be showboating; the eulogies, laments and tear-soaked platitudes ringing risibly hollow.
Description: BBC The Natural World. In 2004, a squad from the Planet World series captured the first ever movie of a wild snow leopard in the mountains of Pakistan. For Nisar Malik, who led the expedition, these photos sparked a passion that compelled him to return. With cameraman Tag Smith, he spent two years documenting the snow leopard's everyday life, finally lifting the veil on the most elusive of all cats.
Description: Rousseau's first full-length feature, and one of the greatest documentaries/experimental movies of the past several decades, sprung equally from Robert Bresson, Michael Snow, and Jean-Marie Straub (who has named Rousseau one of the three greatest working artists in modern Europe). Again difficult territories played vs drifting sounds from unseen websites beyond the image; the photos and sounds, repeated, become inflections of every other. But this time there are historical inflections; Rousseau's film, like Straub's, takes zone in a sort of meta-history as characters and ancient websites every become products of outside light and shadow.
Description: Jean-Claude Rousseau's Jeune femme à sa fenêtre lisant une lettre is not only his first medium-length film, but a possibility to explore this filmmaker whom Jean-Marie Straub has called, along with Frans Van de Staak and Peter Nestler, the best working in Europe. With this newly restored print there is also a chance to explore the relationship between Rousseau's art of filming and Jan Vermeer's popular painting. As Prosper Hillairet wrote in 1988, four years after Rousseau had complete Jeune femme ... (for the first time as we know today): «Without adopting the usual systematic spirit and form of cinéma structurel, Rousseau presents us with easy photos and leaves it at that. Keeps the photo in hand. A minimalist and ascetic expression of cinema: a shot that lasts.»
Description: A documentary on DIY punk, with the style to match. Musicians such as Frank Turner, Jeff Rosenstock, Chris Clavin, David McWane, and many others discuss the ethics behind their music, and the community that surrounds it.
Description: Ten extraordinary women, all in their seventies, come to Arizona for a unique reunion. They are every various but have one thing in common - every was married to an Apollo astronaut.
Description: After an initial meeting in 1964 interrupted by military dictatorship and a fresh meeting in the early 1980s to end the movie "Twenty Years Later", Eduardo Coutinho once again search Elizabeth Teixeira, survivor of peasant struggles.
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