Description: Footage filmed in Spain, subjected a fresh visual results process. Deslaw devoted himself to the discovery of a fresh machine that enabled movie to be developed while using a fresh way named solarisation.
Description: The Blooms of Banjeli documents research in Banjeli, Togo on iron-smelting technology, its rituals, and the sexual prohibitions surrounding it. Including rare historical footage from the same village in 1914, it provides a special technological record of the traditional way of preparing a furnace to smelt iron. This documentary offers an interesting approach to our understanding of the relationship between conceptions of gender and technology in traditional African society. The folks of Banjeli liken the furnace to a woman's body, which is 'impregnated' by the smelter. The process of smelting is compared to that of giving birth, the furnace being the womb and the iron bloom, the newborn.
Description: Taking part in The Voice Children is already quite something, but for 11-year-old Merna it’s really something special. Her parents had to flee Iraq because they are part of the Christian minority, and IS was threatening to kidnap Merna. They actually live in Lebanon, where one in three folks is a refugee. The family has been waiting for two years for permission to transport on. FaceTiming with her older sister, who stayed behind in Iraq, and cooking her favourite dishes with her mother create the case more bearable. But what also really supports is singing – this calms Merna and makes her less afraid. She used to sing only in church, but since The Voice her beautiful, melancholy voice touches everyone. Because of her status as a refugee, Merna isn’t allowed to attend the foreign performances with the another finalists, but she’s actually a national celebrity in Lebanon.
Description: Jeffrey Strouth spontaneously recounts the real journeys of his wild and constructive life, weaving an often lurid tale filled with hilarious characters, run-ins with the law, and his unapologetic provocations of society in general.
Description: A group of young boys shoot off fireworks, receive drunk, take mushrooms, and dance around a fire over the course of a day and night in the woods of northeastern Pennsylvania.
Description: Kinderblock 66 is the storyline of four boys who, as young boys, were imprisoned by the Nazis in the notorious Buchenwald concentration camp and who, sixty-five years later, return to commemorate the sixty-fifth anniversary of their liberation. The movie says the storyline of the effort undertaken by the camp's Communist-led underground to protect advertisement save Jewish kids who were arriving in Buchenwald toward the end of the Holocaust. Kinderblock 66 also says the storyline of Antonin Kalina, the head of the block who was personally responsible for saving 904 men in Buchenwald.
Description: documentary about what it means to be German at this particular moment in history. For forty-five years, residents of this divided town lived radically various lives, both in terms of ideology and daily experience. Silver questions the very notion of a shared language, focusing on changing definitions of words for political and economic systems - democracy, freedom, capitalism, socialism - as well as words used to describe nations and identity - nationality, Germany, history, foreigners, home.
Description: From the remote Australian desert to the opulence of Buckingham Palace - Namatjira Project is the iconic storyline of the Namatjira family, tracing their quest for justice.
Description: The NFL has staged 48 Super Bowls. Four photographers have taken pictures at each one of them. In KEEPERS OF THE STREAK, director Neil Leifer says the storyline of this exclusive club, made up of John Biever, Walter Iooss, Mickey Palmer and Tony Tomsic. With their cameras, they have captured football's largest minigame of the year for almost five decades.
Description: Seeking security and asylum, some 60,000 Africans have fled to Israel over the past decade. The country, founded as a haven for persecuted Jews in the aftermath of the Holocaust, has no policy, infrastructure or political will to handle this wave of migrants. 'African Exodus,' a documentary film, explores Israel's another refugee crisis.
Description: In the ’70s and ’80s, photographer William Yang captured Sydney’s emerging artistic, literary, theatrical and queer circles; as well as his friendships with artists, writers and fashion designers such as Brett Whiteley, Patrick White, Linda Jackson and Jenny Kee. With myriad photos and his trademark candid narration, Yang leads us though this beguilingly decadent and constructive era.
Description: A tiny movie crew, of three expatriates of Norrbotten and a dog, receive stone-city-anxiety and decides to build a cottage in a pine tree outside Harads, Boden, Norrbotten, Sweden.
Description: More than 65 million folks around the globe have been forced from their homes to escape famine, climate change and war, the best displacement since Globe Fight II. Filmmaker Ai Weiwei examines the staggering scale of the refugee crisis and its profoundly private human impact. Over the course of one year in 23 countries, Weiwei follows a chain of urgent human stories that stretch across the globe, including Afghanistan, France, Greece, Germany and Iraq.
Description: An intimate report from Israel's periphery. A group of young dancers, whose members are immigrants, is trying to compete in the break-dancing Globe Championship in Germany. The tournament is the highlight of their dreams as dancers, but as we watch them prepare, we encounter a globe of crisis and alienation. Mixer, 27, is helping his family and trying to support his younger brothers, who still live with their alcoholic mom. Potter, 21, is in the units now; he still dreams of dancing, but has no one to support him care for his mother, who is ill. And yet, despite the hardships, these bold dancers confront reality head-on, because desperation is a luxury that they can hardly afford.
Description: Private documentary from director Kana Tomoko, who has covered environmental problems and folks suffering misfortune in movies like Pretty Islands. This movie documents the pregnancy she discovered instantly after the March 11, 2011 earthquake and follows her experiences until the baby's birth. In the aftermath of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, Kana was 4 kilometers from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant documenting the folks who were forced to evacuate because of the nuclear power plant accident. Then, she discovers that she is pregnant. Her first pregnancy at the age of forty takes her by surprise, and she worries about the impact of radiation on her unborn child.
Description: Documentary without audio produced by deaf people. Melody is depicted visually with the finished absence of musical instruments or voices. Directed by Makihara Eri and choreographer Dakei. With a diverse lineup including ordinary deaf folks with zero acting experience and a choreographer who performs in Japan and abroad, this movie pulls out all the tops to give visual expression to melody through the physical body. An aging boy uses multiple sign language poems to convey the four seasons, and a woman expresses the wind amidst the rustling trees.
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