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Description: A panorama of Coney Island, taken at night: the camera sweeps across the stage from a vantage mission well above the area. It then moves in for closer views of Dreamland and Luna Park.
Description: […] by shooting the fish in a globular bowl, the Lumières effectively test a fisheye lens, which offers distortions. The history of cinema has witnessed a struggle between the objective and subjective camera and the optically distorting lenses like the fisheye lens has been a strong software for the subjective camera. Here it is at the start. (from IMDB)
Description: Brain scientist Professor Richard Davidson sets up his mind to conduct an unusual experiment: He will teach American fight veterans and kids meditation and yoga. Can veterans through meditation and yoga ease their pain and nervous system, search happiness and be more peaceful and receive back to a life more like the one they had before the war?
Description: A movie directed by the pioneer of cinema in Azerbaijan, Alexandre Michon, it was filmed on August 4, 1898 in Balakhany, Baku and presented at the International Paris Exhibition. The movie was shot using a 35mm movie on a Lumière cinematograph. Silent movie. (Wikipedia)
Description: A burning wagon is dragged from the barn by the firemen, and four horses are rescued from the flames by the stablemen. Thick volumes of smoke pour from the doors and windows. (Edison catalog)
Description: The documentary movie Dragon Women says the storyline of three young Chinese women training to become Kung Fu fighters, far away from their families, at the biggest Kung Fu school in China. These girls, in a crowd of 26,000 children, are under constant pressure to conform to the norms and structures. They are turned into fighting robots and yet, if you look behind the curtain, you see kids with dreams and aspirations. It present the controversial globe of selection of the fittest in a totalitarian system.
Description: “This topics taken just after the newest first fall of snow, shows two enthusiastic horsemen indulging in a "brush" with their respective horses and cutters.” (Maguire & Baucus)
Description: Along the seashore near San Francisco, a boat belonging to the Pacific Coast Life Saving Service can just be seen as it returns to shore. Few boys are at the oars. As the boat approaches land, it gotta create its method through rough waves and surging water.
Description: The Hefbrug, the topics of The Bridge, is not a specially pretty or monumental bridge. But Ivens’ achievement is to convey the importance of this bridge for the entire of Rotterdam. We have a sense of the commercial imperatives behind the bridge, and the intricacy of the mechanism required to swing the bridge or raise the rail decking to let ships to pass through. There is everytime a solid sense of context throughout the 14 mins of the film. It opens with shots of a camera and cameraman, instantly establishing a mission of view for what follows. Again we have a mix of close-ups, and long shots, bird’s eye views and weak angles. The sense of the bridge’s structure, its methods of operating, how it fits into the overall move infrastructure of the town – all are conveyed through the visuals. It is a strong example of how a silent movie can convey its message without words.
Description: A 1929 Fox newsreel interview with the creator and spiritualist, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. He speaks about his best literary creation, Sherlock Holmes, and his work in spiritualism. Release year attributions of 1927 are incorrect. For further features see: http://www.silentera.com/PSFL/data/S/SirArthurConanDoyle1929.html
Description: The movie was produced as a compilation film. Blum reported in “Film-Kurier“ (5.11.1928): "It will be assembled from excerpts of partly unpublished Ukrainian films. […] Some American footage has also been used. To receive material as impressive as possible, a number of films, 0-60, have been viewed." Based on concepts by Dziga Vertov, and largely assembled from the last reel of his movie 'The Eleventh Year', this compilation presents an explicit critique of the very technology that Vertov sought to praise, stressing the dark side of industrialization—hands mangled in workplace accidents, train wrecks, coffins—and connects to a particularly German concern with the negative results of technology stretching from the Romantics to Heidegger, Horkheimer, and Adorno in the twentieth century.
Description: This visually superb and poetic town symphony of Paris in the late 1920s earned Sauvage the admiration of Jean Renoir and Jean Vigo. Sauvage maps the metropolis through its road life, monuments, ports, and automobile traffic.
Description: The town of São Paulo at the end of the 1920s. Urbanism, fashion, public monuments, industrialization, historical facts, coffee production expansion, education and the sound of everyday life. Using the classic documentary Berlin: Die Sinfonie der Großstadt (1927) as a model, Hungarian filmmakers Adalberto Kemeny and Rodolf Lustig, who owned one of the greatest movie laboratories that Brazil relied on at the time, made this documentary.
Description: In the summer of 1924 Claude Friese-Greene, a pioneer of colour cinematography, set out from Cornwall with the aim of recording life on the street between Land’s End and John O’Groats. Entitled The Launch Road, his remarkable travelogue was conceived as a series of shorts, 26 episodes in all, to be shown weekly at the cinema. The effect is a fascinating portrait of inter-war Britain, in which city and country, folks and landscapes are captured as never before, in a truly special and rich colour palette.
Description: This is the storyline of Ami, a boy who while unable to transport any part of his body, still manages to transport every and each one of us, as he teaches us a part of life's intimate dance.
Description: "When Prince William experienced a major building boom in the 1990s, a shortage of labor created a demand for workers, which led to an increase in the Latino population. Some of the newcomers were legal immigrants. Some were not. A blogger called Greg Letiecq began to write about his unhappiness with hearing Spanish spoken in public places. Finding an audience, he fomented about rising crime rates, rising taxes to pay for services for the newcomers, overcrowded dwellings, melody played too loud, quick driving, and so on. He included Latino crime reports from the local police blotter. He even claimed armed members of the Mexican revolutionary group Zapatistas were moving to Prince William County." - Roger Ebert
Description: A montage of the skyscrapers of Manhattan opens with a succession of stationary views of the upper portions of numerous buildings. This is followed by a wide tons of fluid shots, which also start to present more and more of the surrounding city, in addition to the skyscrapers themselves.
Description: Come take an avant-garde walk in the Montparnasse of the late 1920's. This district of Paris, filmed in a most unusual way, shows how dedicated it is to art. Visit its art galleries and exhibitions, take a glimpse of popular painter Fujita, of Luis Buñuel eying the legs of pretty Parisian passing the terrace of the café where he is sitting, of three Italian futurists, Marinetti, Prampolini and Russolo.
Description: "Ni Muy Muy, Ni Tan Tan, Simplemente, Tin Tan. Tin Tan was one of the greatest comdedian-actors in the history of Mexican Cinema. He began his movie career during the early years of what became the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema. Throughout the majority of his movies he plays the character of a pachuco; the Chicano/Mexicano in zoot suit, throwing out the tirili phrases and words, and jammin the jitty-bug. With the style and the slang down to a tee, he was picked up in Cd. Juarez Chihuahua by an acting troupe. Touring extensively through-out Mexico with the troupe landed him in Mexico Town with movie contracts. It was in those movies that Tin Tan exposed the image of the pachuco, which Mexican Youth adopted. From the desert border-towns of Juarez y El Paso the style took off in various parts of the country, most notably in Mexico Town
Description: 100 seconds-long six-scene footage consisting of chosen coronation ceremonies of the Russian Tsar (Emperor) Nicholas II. Shows distinguished guests entering a carriage, parade of units and carriages, Nicholas II and his wife empress Alexandra Feodorovna descending the Kremlin Red Staircase, procession of the newly crowned Emperor and his wife under the baldacchino, guests from the Asian parts of the Russian Empire. (IMDb)
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