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Description: Shot on zone in 2013, Teton Gravity Research’s Method of Life takes you on a adventure to the mountains and inside the minds of today’s top athletes. With stunning imagery created with GSS, Red Cinema, and the Sony Action Cam, this movie explores the origins of skiing in Austria, the find for original lines in Alaska, and the U.S. Gratis skiing Team’s quest for Olympic gold. The journey also leads athletes to the rugged terrain of Jackson Hole and the Tetons, as well as the backcountry of British Columbia. Regardless of the terrain they ride, the skiers featured in Method of Life push the boundaries of what’s possible. This adventure takes them across the world as they form a brotherhood that needs no language.
Description: In this Pete Smith Specialty short, Dr. Harold E. Edgerton demonstrates stroboscopic photography, which he helped develop. This process allows us to see in slow motion what happens during happenings that occur too quick to be seen by the naked eye. Examples shown here contain a bullet in flight as it shatters a light bulb, the moment of impact when a kicker kicks a football, and the motion of a hummingbird's wings as it hovers.
Description: This Pete Smith Specialty short focuses on the young boys who have signed up for the US Army. The movie uses the analogy of the speed, accuracy, and teamwork of sports and how these qualities are translated into the weapons training of American soldiers. We watch goal practice by US Units personnel with shoulder weapons, mortars, and different artillery pieces.
Description: Rey Scott received an Honorary Academy Award for this documentary "For his extraordinary achievement in producing Kukan, the movie record of China's struggle, including its photography with a 16mm camera under the most hard and risky conditions."
Description: This Vitaphone 'Technicolor Special' (production number 8001) portrays the behind-the-scenes storyline of the building and manning, during Globe Fight Two, of the USA supply line to Win vs the Axis powers, the United States Merchant Marine service.
Description: Vivian Bruchez explores his backyard on few steep journeys in a winter of exceptional snow, in the company of a several talented friends. Previously impassable and unthinkable routes become a tangible reality when skill, experience and conditions align.
Description: After few farmyard analogies featuring chicks and calves, the well-spoken narrator and director of the film, Winifred Holmes, considers the topics of women and how they reach adulthood and readiness for the 'important job of motherhood.
Description: Inner town squalor in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is the topics of this documentary, which focuses on a kid returning from school to his home, a cramped and squalid apartment in a rat-infested slum neighborhood.
Description: JERUSALEM takes audiences on an inspiring and eye-opening tour of one of the worlds oldest and most enigmatic cities. Destroyed and rebuilt countless times over 5000 years, Jerusalem's enduring appeal remains a mystery. What made it so necessary to so many various cultures? How did it become the center of the globe for three major religions? Why does it still matter to us?
Description: First documentary about the Czech hip hop stage shows how close the Czech rap can come to humour and irony. Three protagonists of the film, James Cole, Hugo Toxxx and Orion appear in cases where they are confronted with a professor of linguistics, kids of a Romany quarter, a strict birth registry clerk, classical melody trio, a statute of national revival character Josef Jungmann, and the chanson singer Hana Hegerova, with whom they have a possibility to sing the national anthem: "mimino mi mele nohu máma mele maso a máma mele sele kde domov můj?"
Description: A documentary movie using high quality stereoscopic 3D and exploring the secrets of our universe. All imagery is based on current NASA informations and astronomical research. The high-end stereo visual give audiences the first-hand experience of visiting true otherworldly landscapes. The 3D-team behind the Oscar-nominated "Pina" will bring the stars as close to you as no another documentary has ever done before.
Description: An invasion is underway. The shocking fresh documentary from GBTV, Rumors of Fight III: Goal U.S. provides irrefutable evidence of the attack on the United States currently being perpetrated by the likes of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hezbollah. And, the scariest part? It's event right before our eyes. Don't miss this exclusive documentary, receive your copy today!
Description: Die Narbe. Westberlin (West) details a Helicopter ride following in true time (76 minutes) as closely as possible the whole length (156 km) of the former Wall that divided the city. The original soundtrack is by FM Einheit (former member of Einstuerzende Neubauten), including some pieces by Klaus Wiese (former member of Popul Vuh). Both sound researchers underline the magical aerial views of the town under snow with a definite uneasiness, permanently reminding us of the past and of our longing for resolution. When the helicopter reaches Wannsee, the town turmoil runs into a more meditative rhythm.
Description: We followed Told Belhaj when he showed his nice mate Dani Andrada around on the Swedish west coast for ten days. They climbed some of the old classic routes and also tried some of the projects the zone has to offer. We tried our greatest to capture the spirit, surroundings and the atmosphere around their visit here.
Description: "ZAIA: Crossroads in Macau" is a documentary that demonstrates the ideas from which the first Cirque du Soleil present in Asia was created and how they were layered onto the true life challenges of its artists and creators.
Description: Color is a subtle software that can move us from our ordinary lives to extraordinary worlds of cinema. Peel back the layers of history and look at how color was first understood and implemented in the globe of film.
Description: Dissect the history of horror, from it's roots deep in Gothic literature, through B-movie status and director's proving grounds to ultimate respectability as an necessary filmmaking genre.
Description: Trial by Fire: A Carrier Wars for Life (1973) was produced by the United States Navy to educate Navy personnel on how to prevent fires and how to control them when they break out on a carrier at sea. The movie contains actaul footage of a carrier on fire and the brave team that worked to extinguish that fire before it became a disaster. Note: There is a background hissing noise on the audio soundtrack from the original film. This movie has a runtime of approximately 19 minutes.
Description: Ocean Predators Immerse yourself deep into the ocean in find of the most risky predators in our seas. Unveil the mysteries of these fascinating and skilled hunters. Razor-sharp teeth and lightning-fast reactions rule in this unforgiving environment. Are you ready to explore the facts behind the myths and legends about sharks, barracudas and moray eels? Shot in 3D, this documentary introduces you to the Lords of the Sea in an unprecedented way..
Description: Ten years have passed since we made the movie “Crossroad Street”, about a tiny road in the suburbs of the town of Riga. Actually we’ve come back. Perhaps it was a sense of duty, perhaps nostalgia that brought us back – who knows? Perhaps it was both. Daiga, Aldis, Osis – they’re all our people. The first movie had an impact on both the filmmakers and the residents of Crossroad Street. We found mates whom we wish to meet again and again. Society has become more prosperous, few value systems coexist side-by-side. Folks often live in these systems as though they were in various worlds that never meet. We felt that the globe inhabited by our folks is sinking into oblivion, and so we wanted to present that it still has its own turbulence, that Crossroad Road resembles Latvia’s palm – the zone where a fortune teller can see the lines of its destiny.
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Its a beautiful, quiet film about the scenic Mongolian nomad life. It very well befits as, but not only as, a kids film as it doesn't include any violence or sexual hints. Its above all a praise for a life close to nature and enchants with its depiction of the nomad family life and breathtaking landscape views. The storyline of the heroine of the movie, a tiny girl, is quietly said in a manner that Hollywood productions have almost exclusively unlearned. Films don't need to cost 80 million dollars to be a lasting memory. This tiny film has an odd strength to it, probably drawing it from the old Mongolian culture it themes to depict.
Pretty and moving. The storyline is simple, a woman who wants to hold a stray dog and a dad who refuses, because he believes it might have grown up with wolves . As you will see, a nice film does not need explosions and unique results (if you are into films with violence and action, it is definitely not for you). There are no actors in this film, just easy people. It is not an ethnographic documentary or a tutorial to life in the steppe...it is just a movie about humble folks who live differently and who can be satisfied without the modern comforts. It has won a number of awards: Golden Starfish Prize, KODAK Award, Artemis Records Original Film Score Award Hamptons 2005.
Quite simply, "The Cave Of The Yellow Dog" is a unbelievable film: it is heart-warming, life-affirming. It is simple, touching, unpretentious, with a documentary quality to it (how do folks live there); it came as no surprise to see on the closing credits that this is a genuine family. Very probably non-professional actors (how should the tiny kids act?). I saw it twice in two days and on second viewing, one can appreciate its subtle construction, how tiny features pave the method for slight plot twists: more going on under the surface than it originally looks like. For instance the reason behind the father's reluctance; the mixing of dogs and wolves; the people's economic conditions; the (potentially dangerous) presence of vultures in the background, and so on, all of which receive to enjoy a part at some soon stage. Just go and see it, this movie is an utter breath of new air. Pretty ethnic melody as well.
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