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Description: 70 kilometers outside of Berlin, built on an old air base, sits an immense metal dome resembling a spaceship that today hosts a striking tropical park. Through the discovery of Tropical Islands and the multiple historical layers in which it is implanted, the movie proposes a singular perspective on zone and history, a poetic archaeology of our relationship with time, space, and illusion.
Description: Over the millennia, amphibians both huge and tiny have dominated the Earth. Today, there are over 5000 various species of frog inhabiting all corners of the globe, from the tropical jungles, and dark swamps, to the desert wastelands, and frozen tundra.
Description: Richard interviews Peter Hyatt, a highly respected expert in statement analysis. Peter gives an in-depth analysis of an interview the McCanns gave in 2011, and throughout the whole interview both Kate and Gerry present signs of deception
Description: As the biggest living terrestrial mammals, elephants are usually considered as survivors under even the most dire climatic conditions. But all too often, these majestic giants are killed illegally for their ivory tusks. So, each dead full-grown elephant, whose carcass or skeleton is found with the tusks still in it, is a symbol of paradise – an elephant allowed to die of natural causes instead of bullets, snares or poison.
Description: Iceland has been ranked first in gender equality by the U.N. nine years in a row and was the first country in the globe to democratically elect a female president. Mark along with globe winner snowboarders Anne-Flore Marxer and Aline Bock as they discover the special surf, snow, and sky of Iceland, and play inspiring conversations with the girls they meet along the way.
Description: Immersion Video fuses point-of-view and perspective video, digital audio and special-interest notification into an exciting fresh class of home video product. Pulling G's puts you in the pilot's seat of America's hottest jets and helicopters. The action is bathed in an original live-to-digital score by composer William S. Weisbach. A printed Flight Log provides pilot's commentary, composer's notes and intriguing insights into the visual and musical action.
Description: On December 1, 1958, fire swept through Our Lady of the Angels school on Chicago's west side, killing 92 kids and three nuns. This Emmy award-winning tool says the unforgettable storyline of ordinary folks caught up in a mind-numbing disaster. Said through vivid first-hand accounts and stunning archival footage, Angels Too Later is also the storyline of a fire that remains officially unsolved, despite the detailed confession of a 10-year-old student in the school. Above all, it is a storyline of faith, hope and courage, the day that 92 kids became Angels Too Soon.
Description: After her seven kids fled Syria seeking refuge worldwide, 80-year-old Susu finds herself with no another choice but to leave Damascus and transport to Dubai to live with her daughter’s family. Despite the safety she enjoys in the Gulf city, she remains persistent in her desire to return to the now-empty, family house in the country that millions of folks have left.
Description: A village named Rosia Montana (Verespatak in Hungarian) is going to be eradicated because it is situated near mountains containing 300 variety of gold and silver. Hundred-year old houses, graveyards and churches will be destroyed, folks living there for all of their lives will be moved away in order to let a Canadian-Romanian company to install the biggest gold extraction facility of Europe. The planned 800-hectare cyanide pool can be considered as of fearsome proportion, especially in the light of the cyanide catastrophe of the year 2000, which left the Tisza river fully and utterly devastated.
Description: Madiha Aijaz’s observational documentary on public libraries in Karachi, Pakistan, provides an entry mission into present-day Karachi, where irredeemable changes feel imminent. While the libraries become a bastion for the literary tradition of Urdu, their frequent visitors lament the increasing dominance of English – a residual reminder of colonialism, partition and the ‘globalising’ present. Wrapped in quiet solitude, seated readers are shown hiding away from the hustle and bustle of urban life that can be seen outside.
Description: Documentary about a political episode during the Brazilian military dictatorship, which resulted in the trouble of the Institutional Act #5 (AI-5), abolishing freedom of opinion in Brazil, and marking the transition to the toughest period of violation of human rights in the country. The episode was the Congress Assembly on December 12th, 1968, in which its members denied permission to punish congressman Márcio Moreira Alves, as was the Government's wish.
Description: Bauer’s quirky family gathers once a year in a French chateau. There is a crooning cousin, family dinners with minigames and plays, and a great-uncle who still seems to live in the Vichy age. At the heart of this colorful cast is Maman, Bauer’s grandmother, who passed away during the shoot. What follows is an increasingly absurd storyline of a girl who, after her death, embarks on a adventure that eventually becomes an odyssey.
Description: Jim Al-Khalili reveals how humanity discovered the guidelines that drive the universe and mastered the two most necessary ideas of the modern age - energy and information. As a follow on to the movie "Everything and Nothing, the Science of Empty Space," this award-winning science present investigates the laws, from Einstein's General Relativity to quantum mechanics, that url the universe together.
Description: A compelling and award-winning portrait of Othar Turner, his melody and their role in the Gravel Springs community. The movie not only demonstrates how to create a cane fife, but also gets to the heart of both Turner and his fife and drum melody as he's shown performing at an annual Fourth of July picnic. Fast cuts between dancing band members and the rhythmic movements of Turner's family going about their everyday chores capture the mounting excitement and deliever a rare, revealing glimpse of the work and enjoy that characterize this traditional rural Mississippi society.
Description: Meet Tom Johnson and his praying pigs. "Been fooling with them hogs for 35 long years," Johnson tells in the movie as he rocks on the porch of his modest residence near Bentonia, Mississippi. "It's just an concept that I took up. It's a enjoy thing. And it place me into something that I didn't receive out of too simple and so soon." The pigs, taught to stand beside their brimming slop trough with heads bowed while Johnson prayed over their food, dug in with gusto when he finally released them to eat. Johnson died in 1980, but the four minute movie is a lasting reminder of his unique pig training talents.
Description: This movie follows Louis Dotson, a farmer and musician in Lorman, Mississippi, as he constructs a “one-string guitar” on the wall of his front porch. Dotson also “blows the bottle” using a Coca-Cola bottle partially filled with water. Both his bottle blowing and his one-strand-on-the-wall are necessary urls between African musical roots and the blues. The one-strand marks the beginning of the “slide guitar” style which heavily influenced 20th-century blues, rock and roll, and rock music.
Description: This is a documentary made by the sister of a man who killed his mother. Their mother quite possibly suffered from undiagnosed OCD. She simply should not tolerate anything less than absolute perfection. Her whole family has and everytime will suffer greatly.
Description: 16mm color documentary based on fieldwork William Ferris conducted with gospel singer and folk healer Fannie Bell Chapman and her family in Centreville, Mississippi in the early 1970s. Footage contains Chapman and her daughters singing and praying during church services and at home, a healing service at the Chapman home, and Chapman "speaking in tongues" after healing. Members of the Chapman family also discuss the development of their faith, the call to heal and sing the Christian gospel, and their lives singing together.
Description: A documentary that follows the efforts of aid workers to re-open a hospital in Kabul from October to December 2001, while fighting between US and Taliban forces was still underway.
Description: In this feature-length interview, conducted by Robert Fischer in February 2015, Volker Schlöndorff talks about the making of his movie BAAL (1969), based on the first enjoy ever written by Bertolt Brecht. He describes his working relationship with Rainer Werner Fassbinder and his group of actors and how the Brecht family hated the movie when it first came out, resulting in BAAL’s inavailability for over 40 years.
Description: Produced by Brasil Paralelo, this is the largest documentary ever produced about the Brazilian Military Regime. The team traveled to Eastern Europe to find for the previously secret documents of the intelligence service of extinguished Czechoslovakia for the facts that were hiden from us. For the first time they will go to the public in documentary form.
Description: Behnaz is a really talented football player. Her dream is to enjoy for the Iranian national football squad and enjoy in the greatest European leagues. She trains difficult and is determined, but being a woman and living in a tiny city in Iran presents difficulties.
Description: The sometimes-true storyline of Mame Faye, who ran a globe popular house of prostitution in Troy, Fresh York for almost forty years (c. 1906 to 1941). Despite being snubbed by official historians, everyone past the age of retirement has a storyline – funny, sordid, wonderful – about Troy's most popular madam.
Description: The Prison Project is a short black-and-white documentary about the work of the Belgian photographer Sébastien van Malleghem in different prisons in Belgium. For years he portrayed prisoners without judging or judging them on what they did to receive here.
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