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Description: Matthew Sweet explores his guidelines of 1940s and 50s American movie noir thrillers: *Choose a dame with no past and a character with no future *Use no fiction but pulp fiction *See America through a stranger's eyes *Make it any colour as long as it's black *It ain't what you say, it's the method that you tell it.
Description: Once in a while a person comes along and flat changes it all. For the globe of snowboarding, Craig Kelly was that guy. Craig Kelly led the charge, and led it with more class, skill and energy than anyone else would have or should have. Craig Kelly was snowboarding's original captain, and remained on top until his tragic death by avalanche in 2003.
Description: An impressionistic portrait of the iconic actor Harry Dean Stanton comprised of intimate moments, movie clips from some of his 250 movies and his renditions of American folk songs.
Description: In 1972, Miyuki says her ex-lover Kazuo that she's going to Okinawa with their son. Kazuo decides to movie her. He narrates his visits to her there: first while her flatmate is Sugako, a girl Miyuki is attracted to; then, while she works at a bar and is with Paul, an African-American soldier. Once, Kazuo brings his girlfriend, Sachiko. We see Miyuki with her son, with another bar girls, and with Sachiko. Miyuki, pregnant, returns to Tokyo and delivers a mixed-race kid on her own with Kazuo and Sachiko filming. She joins a women's commune, talks about possibilities, enjoys motherhood, and is uninterested in a traditional family. Does the filmmaker have a mission of view?
Description: In 1994, Alexander Sokurov accompanied Russian units assigned to a frontier military post at the Tajikistan/Afghanistan border to movie their experiences. While unnamed tribal forces occasionally engaged the units in skirmishes, Sokurov’s haunting documentary chronicles the downtime between activity.
Description: Pianist Alena Cherny has been living in Switzerland for 15 years. She has a dream: she wants to donate a grand piano to the melody school of her Ukrainian hometown. The grand piano's adventure becomes a moving find for clues in the territories of her childhood and youth. Alena Cherny lets us take part in the many farewells, fresh beginnings, catastrophes and contrasts that she experienced. A movie about the migration of a powerful woman; full of sorrow, anger, enthusiasm, and love.
Description: CHOOSING CHILDREN is a pioneering movie about parenting in non-traditional families and helped to launch dialogue about the meaning and reality of the "modern family." This movie takes an intimate look at the problems faced by lesbians and gay boys who decide to become parents after coming out.
Description: A movie about the American artist Tag Lombardi who created graphic artwork laying out the powers and opaque network of the global elites from the economic and finance sectors, as well as terrorists; and whose masterpieces crossed wires with the FBI after the attacks on September 11th. Lombardi had hung himself one year earlier in his Fresh York studio. Who was this Tag Lombardi, a boy whose work was so explosive that even terrorist hunters were using it as research? The movie portrays an incredibly brilliant artist who took on the social function of a watchdog by using public notification and arranging it to expose the grand illegal practices in the globalized world.
Description: The Japanese population’s reaction to the catastrophe of March 2011 has been described as “stoic” by the Western media. The Japanese code of conduct is indeed deeply rooted in their Buddhist traditions, and young filmmakers Tim Graf and Jakob Montrasio observe in feature what this means for the folks and their religion. At graveyards, in temples, at monasteries and with families, they question the impact this triple affliction has had on the lives and beliefs of the inhabitants. How deeply do their beliefs affect their grieving? What role do the monks enjoy in assisting folks with their grief? And, what results has this enormous catastrophe had on their religious rituals? SOULS OF ZEN inserts the happenings of March 2011 into the context of traditional Zen Buddhism, examining Japan’s religiousness and the beliefs of those practising it at a crucial turning point.
Description: Moving between two extremes - the intimate verite drama of the Miss India pageant's rigorous beauty "bootcamp" and the intense regime of a militant Hindu fundamentalist camp for young girls. The Globe Before Her delivers a provocative portrait of India and its actual cultural conflicts during a key transitional era in the country's modern history.
Description: THE MOSUO SISTERS is a tale of two sisters caught in the whirlwind of China’s breakneck modernization. Juma and Latso, young girls from one of the world’s last remaining matriarchal societies, are thrust into the worldwide economic downturn when they lose their jobs in Beijing. Left with several options, they return home to their remote village in the foothills of the Himalayas. But home is no longer what it was, as growing exposure to the modern globe irreparably alters the provocative traditions of the Mosuo. Determined to hold their family out of poverty, one sister sacrifices her dream of an education and stays home to farm, while the another leaves to test her luck in city—changes in fortune that use every sister in unexpected ways. Ultimately, though, it’s the sisters’ relationship with one other that hangs in the balance as they struggle to navigate the vast cultural and economic divides that define contemporary China.
Description: David Sieveking left home years ago to create films. Actually he has returned – and for a reason: To support his mother, Gretel, who has Alzheimer’s, and relieve her long-time carer and his father Malte for a several weeks. The filmmaker takes on the role of carer and documents this encounter with his camera. Gretel no longer knows the folks around her, but her puns and charm have not faded. The time spent with his mother becomes a adventure into David’s unexpected family history. Once active in Zurich’s left-wing scene, David’s parents enjoyed a lifelong “open relationship”, characterised by a loving distance and mutual respect. VERGISS MEIN NICHT is a movie about dementia, but it’s first and foremost a declaration of a love of life and family.
Description: Bumpy are the pot-holed streets of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia. Doctor Krassi, nurse Mila and driver Plamen fly over them everyday at break-neck speed. Together the three form one of 13 ambulance squads providing assistance to over two million people. They zoom around the town on double shifts from one emergency to the next. Ilian Metev’s camera is not aimed at those in need of support – their dignity remains preserved. He focuses instead upon the rescue squad Krassi, Mila and Plamen and their wild rides across the town on a never-ending war with time – a feat almost impossible without humour. The ambulance squad war vs a ramshackle health system with passion, selflessness and sometimes near resignation. Ilian Metlev accompanied the trio for more than two years to search photos that create poetry of the human figure and this depiction of reality.
Description: Phil Agland revisits the Baka Pygmy family he filmed 25 years ago in his BAFTA award winning documentary 'Baka: Folks of the Rainforest'. An extraordinary adventure into the heart of the rainforest in Cameroon, where the past of the Baka revisits them through watching the old movie projected in the forest - raising questions about their old life in the forest and what is event to them now.
Description: Its slow somnambulic rhythm, its animalistic jungle sounds as well as the eerily mixed photos make a dream mood that comes closest to my current dreaming-feeling. The long black phases between the sequences are as necessary as the photos themselves because they leave empty zone where the "echo" of the last photo can seep through without interfering with the following image. But our logical mind still somehow feels compelled to construe some type of sense, parallel, or some erratic storyline out of it.
Description: Jerome Hill"s “Film Portrait,” a 90-minute recapitulation of his early years and subsequent career as a film maker, is an utterly charming swan song by the screen experimentalist who died in 1972 at the age of 67. The film, using old home film footage, covers his childhood in a happy, wealthy Minnesota home and then shifts to his soon avant-garde filming.
Description: This documentary traces the history of U.S. relations with Latin America and draws powerful urls to America's actual immigration crisis. Decaying economies in much of Latin America are viewed as the effect of ill-conceived U.S. policies.
Description: Documentary about the potentially risky and unpredictable drug LSD. Different experts discuss how LSD is made and the hazards involved in using it while avid players explain why they play taking it.
Description: Mondo-style documentary in which a film team travels to newly independent Papua Fresh Guinea to capture the customs and culture of the cannibal natives. Prepare yourself for death rituals, fight costumery, crude tattoos, animal killings, and cannibalism.
Description: In 1963 the first known surviving set of American quintuplets were born to Mary Ann and Andrew Fischer, this movie looks at some of the changes their comeback caused to their family.
Description: This documentary exploration of Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code, answers questions: What exactly was Leonardo da Vinci trying to say us in his coded paintings? Was Jesus married to Mary Magdalene? Who were the Knights Templar? What is the secret of the mysterious church at Rennes-le-Château? What is the Priory of Sion? What secret did the true life Saunière know that threatened the Church? What are the Gnostic Gospels? Did Roman emperors rewrite the Fresh Testament to control the population?
Description: From 1975 to 1979, the Khmer Rouge led a campaign of death vs each Cambodian believed to be educated. As a result, over 90 percent of the country's traditional musicians were killed. Now, as the handful of surviving musicians grow old and fall ill, a method of life quietly slips toward the brink of extinction. Facing this desperate case is Arn Chorn Pond - a survivor of Cambodia's genocide, an internationally recognized human rights leader and a talented musician. Today Arn is striving to heal the deep scars of his wartorn past by bringing Cambodia's once outlawed traditional melody back to his people. The Flute User is a heroic storyline of one man's war vs the devastating results of war. It is a movie about sorrow and pain, dignity and freedom, and the will to survive.
Description: The project began as a method to explore, educate about, and advocate change around the overcrowding in the Philadelphia jail system. It has come to focus on mass incarceration across the nation and the intersection of race, poverty, and the criminal justice and penal systems. The documentary centers around Michelle Alexander's theory in her book, The Fresh Jim Crow: since the rise of the drug fight and explosion of prison populations, because discretion within the system allows for prosecution of folks of color at disproportionately high rates, mass incarceration is a fresh ver of Jim Crow. The film also dissects the Fight on Drugs and 'tough on crime' movement, and offers possible reforms and solutions to ending mass incarceration and this fresh racial caste system.
Description: A look at the melody of Sheffeild, England in the 1970's and early 1980's, when bands such as Caberet Voltaire, The Human League, ABC, Def Leppard, Heaven 17, Pulp, I'm So Hollow, Artery, The Extras, 2.3, Clock DVA, The Comsat Angels and many others are integral parts of a stage that exploited electronic melody and another instrumentation not otherwise show in British melody at the time. Contains interviews by members of The Extras, Pulp, The Human League and others.
Description: Hailed in France as a national treasure, Serge Gainsbourg was beloved both for his melody and for being the country’s favourite ’enfant terrible’. This poetic documentary presents Gainsbourg entirely in his own words, accompanied by carefully chosen archival footage, including musical performances and Gainsbourg’s previously unreleased private films.
Description: Senegalese pop sensation Youssou Ndour has spent the last 20 years in the spotlight as a world-renowned musician and the iconic representative "voice of Africa." At the height of his career, Youssou became frustrated by the negative perception of his Muslim faith and composed Egypt, a deeply spiritual album dedicated to a more tolerant view of Islam. The album's brave musical message was wholeheartedly embraced by Western audiences but ignited serious religious controversy in his homeland of Senegal. The movie chronicles the hard adventure Youssou gotta undertake to assume his real calling.
Description: In the 1980s rallying was more famous than Formula 1. 'Group B' machines had taken the globe by storm. De-regulation opened the method for the most exciting vehicles ever to hit the motor sport scene. Nothing like it has ever happened since. 'This is the fastest rallying there has ever been' - Peter Foubister. For four wild and crazy years manufacturers scrambled to build ever more strong vehicles to be driven by fearless mavericks who should handle the extreme power. The sport was heading out of control and the unregulated mayhem ended abruptly in 1986 after a series of horrific tragedies. This is the storyline of when fans, ambition, politics and vehicles collided.
Description: Rafea: Solar Mama follows the groundbreaking adventure of one Bedouin mother living on the Jordan-Iraq border who, along with thirty illiterate grandmothers from around the world, will travel to The Barefoot College in India to become Solar Engineers. (TIFF)
Description: An absorbing portrait of one of the most colourful and revered figures in globe cinema, Paradjanov: A Requiem offers an affectionate and insightful look at the tumultuous career of the late Sergei Paradjanov ; artist, dissident, romantic and iconoclast.
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