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Description: THE Official History of Celtic Football Club says the captivating storyline of a special sporting institution, and it is one of many triumphs and occasional tragedies. For 120 years, Celtic, a Scottish club with proud Irish roots, has remained the lifeblood for a help who have been as devoted as the club has been enthralling. From humble beginnings in a church hall in Glasgow’s East End through to the multi-million pound concern that Celtic is today.
Description: Slovak musicologist Agata Schindlerová, actually settled in Dresden, has spent years mapping out the forgotten destinies of Jewish musicians whose lives were irrevocably marked by the advance of nazism. Scenes from the lives of few of them are portrayed in the movie In Silence (ballet dancer Alice Flachová, pianist and conductor Karol Ebert, composer, conductor and director of the Dresden Theatre Arthur Chitz, pianist Edith Kraus, and the vocal ensemble Comedian Harmonists), which draws a sharp contrast between the protagonists’ carefree existence working and making melody during the pre-war era and the subsequent severe upheaval in their lives brought on by the proliferation of nazism.
Description: The storyline of Nikos Belogiannis member of the communist party and officer of Ellas that has come back to Greece only to receive arrested, tried for espionage on behalf of Russia and executed.
Description: In a Crimean filtration camp, after the evacuation of the White Army, an unnamed captain is haunted by memories of a brief romance as he tries to understand how the Russian Empire fell apart and who is to blame.
Description: In this movie Paul Naschy embodies the Roman general Agrippa Vipsanio in a fierce war vs the tribal leaders Cantabrians, Corocota. Fierce battles, gladiators fighting, journey and intrigue in this movie as in the Roman conquest of Hispania.
Description: Using government documents, archive footage and direct interviews with activists and former FBI/CIA officers, All Power to the Folks documents the history of race relations and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States during the 1960s and 70s. Covering the history of slavery, civil-rights activists, political assassinations and exploring the ways used to divide and destroy key figures of movements by government forces, the movie then contrasts into Reagan-Era events, policy threats from fresh technologies and the failure of the “War on Drugs”, forming a comprehensive view of the goals, aspirations and ultimate demise of the Civil Rights Movement…
Description: Gottland provides an unconventional look at Czechoslovak 20th century history. Inspired by the bestselling ebook “Gottland” from the Polish journalist Mariusz Szczygiel, this feature-length movie is comprised of short stories portraying peculiar fates. Young documentary movie makers from renowned Prague Movie School FAMU, inspired by the book, take a closer look at the history of post-war Czechoslovakia and Czech Republic, in order to explore fresh heroes and remind us of the ones that were forgotten or erased from the history.
Description: Bottleneck is an experimental video which is, in part, a reflection on borders. Using a jar of sprouting Mung beans as a metaphor it takes into consideration contemporary manifestations of national borders as they relate to regional and international growth and movement. This video emerges from questions such as: Who gains access? How does water transform a zone and its borders? Who can transport freely and access resources? What moves in and out of a given zone and the boundaries that attempt to demarcate and include it?
Description: While tattoos can be found on folks in almost each country in the world, several know the history behind this ancient form of body modification. Part of this tale traveled on the arms of sailors from the islands of the South Pacific to Europe and beyond.
Description: Within each religion and each State there lurks an underground stream controlling and manipulating those in power. Nice knowledge was fostered and hidden by these groups. Fights and revolutions were carefully planned and orchestrated by a Universal Brotherhood. The knowledge and power of these folks would be deemed sacred and protected. Whether it was practical ways of survival such as navigation and measurement or inner psychological and spiritual wisdom, it would become the foundation for secret societies the globe over. This is the storyline of the groups who have guarded this sacred knowledge for centuries. Featuring cutting edge CGI and never before seen footage of Freemason Lodges and the mysterious Rosslyn Chapel. Unique guest George Knapp creator of "Hunt for the Skinwalker."
Description: Civil rights attorney Thurgood Marshall's triumph in the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision to desegregate America's public schools finished the final leg of a adventure of over 20 years laying the groundwork to end legal segregation. He won more Supreme Court situations than any lawyer in American history, making the work of civil rights pioneers like the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks possible.
Description: The real storyline of the Bavarian Tailor Albrecht Berblinger who, after a strange encounter with a balloon begins building a flying machine. Although not an engineer by profession, he never gives up. No matter how many obstacles are place in his method nor how many failures he endures, his ardour is never dampened. He continues with his dream to fly like a bird.
Description: At the end of the Victorian era, E. W. Barton-Wright combined jiujitsu, kickboxing, and stick fighting into the "Gentlemanly Art of Self Defence" known as Bartitsu. After Barton-Wright's School of Arms mysteriously closed in 1902, Bartitsu was almost forgotten save for a famous, cryptic reference in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Journey of the Empty House. Hosted by Tony Wolf and featuring interviews with Harry Cook, Emelyne Godfrey, Tag Donnelly, Graham Noble, Neal Stephenson and Will Thomas, Bartitsu: the Lost Martial Art of Sherlock Holmes relates the fascinating history, rediscovery and revival of Barton-Wright's pioneering mixed martial art.
Description: The graphic art of ancient Egypt is very familiar to us, since it was so widely used. We search extraordinary graphic representations on sarcophagi, papyrus scrolls, the walls of tombs and another buildings. They are testimony to a lasting taste for "the art of the contour", and let us to understand this ancient civilization like no other.
Description: The storyline of one of the most necessary Brazilian heroes, Joaquim José da Silva Xavier, known as Tiradentes. He was the leader of a group who tried to proclaim Brazil's Independence from Portugal in 1789. But he was betrayed by one of his comrades and hanged.
Description: These voyeuristic shockumentaries discover the seedy underbelly of American culture. American Bums examines the lives of few homeless boys through interviews with characters called Joseph the Sewer, Romantic Paul and Spider. Operation Baby Assassin revisits the controversies of the Vietnam War. Veterans from the Navy, Marines and Units give their thoughts on draft dodging, returning home, Agent Orange and another war-related events.
Description: In August of 2002, former Santa Fe steam locomotive 3751 returned to the rails for a thrilling excursion from Los Angeles to Williams, Arizona and return in honor of the NRHS 2002 National Convention. Leaving Los Angeles, the mighty 4-8-4 battled the grades of Cajon Pass before setting out across the desert to Needles, thrilling spectators with her nice displays of steam power. The following day, the 3751 finished the trip to Williams where she prepared to head up the Grand Canyon Limited excursion. This highlight of the Convention featured the 3751 running on the Grand Canyon Railway, doubleheading and tripleheading with GCRy's own steam power! The scenic splendor of South Rim vistas framing nostalgic photos of doubleheaded and tripleheaded steam on the rails - it's an wonderful sight that can't be beat!
Description: Long before Columbus, the Maya established one of the most highly developed civilizations of their time in the jungles of Mexico and Central America. Yet this advanced society of priests, astronomers, artisans, and farmers suddenly and mysteriously collapsed more than a thousand years ago. Accompany archaeologists to Copan, Dos Pilas, and another spectacular Classic Maya ruins as they unearth artifacts and large temples of wonderful beauty. Recently deciphered hieroglyphics and another fresh discoveries offer astounding clues to the lives of these ancient people. You'll hear the startling storyline of one kingdom's downfall and its final desperate hours of violent warfare. Through spine-tingling recreations, witness ancient rituals reenacted on websites where they originally occured. And meet the enduring Maya who still maintain many of their ancestor's traditions. You'll hear the voices of a superb civilization as you uncover LOST KINGDOMS OF THE MAYA.
Description: For nearly 47 years, the Southern Pacific Railroad relied upon its heavy AC-type steam locomotives to haul freight and passenger trains throughout California and neighboring states. Built to deliever the power and flexibility demanded by the mountainous passes they traversed, these giants were constructed with their cab in front of the boiler, thus earning them the name Cab Forwards. The last Cab Forward revenue train ran in 1956, after which all but one were scrapped. From then on, movie coverage of these AC-class engines was eagerly sought, difficult to locate, and highly prized. Now, after years of research, Pentrex has assembled an nice collection of footage and still photos of SP AC-1s through AC-12s spanning the years 1927 to 1956.
Description: The Union Pacific Railroad produced its classic documentary movie Last of the Giants in 1959 as a fitting tribute to the world's biggest steam locomotives-the Large Boys. UP cameramen filmed the Large Men over a three-year period, which Pentrex re-released in 1992. It ran for a total of just 23 minutes, leaving hours of unused footage that was set aside for many years.
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