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Description: Today, several people's clothes attract as much attention as the royal family, but this is not a modern-day paparazzi-inspired obsession. Historian Dr. Lucy Worsley, Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, reveals that it has everytime been this way. Exploring the royal wardrobes of our lords and queens over the last four hundred years, Lucy shows this isn't just a public fascination, but an necessary and strong message from the monarchs. From Elizabeth I to the show Queen Elizabeth II, Lucy explains how the royal wardrobe's significance goes far beyond the slash and color of the clothing. Royal fashion is, and has everytime been, regarded as a very private statement to reflect their power over the reign. Most lords and queens have carefully choreographed each aspect of their wardrobe; for those who have not, there have sometimes been calamitous consequences. As much today as in the past, royal fashion is as much about politics as it is about elegant attire.
Description: Welcome to the Cirque Du Bizarre, the fetish circus par excellence! On the tool are artistic and erotic top acts: Sexy latex women from the dollhouse fire devil Strecko, fetish magicians, chain goddess Brandy Wirtz, pony woman trainer Rubber Stacy, the fetish clowns of "Grandios Gnadenlos," Masuimi Maximum in a spectacular performance, latex sea lions by Mistress Sandra and much much more.
Description: Vladimir Kobrin - a film-maker, who started in popular-scientific documentary and then turned didactic cinema into consistent philosophical treatise about the globe and the zone of boy in it.
Description: This early document is a videotaped interview ("videoview") of Vito Acconci by Willoughby Sharp during which they discuss Acconci's development as an artist. The intimate conversation addresses such concerns as Acconci's thoughts on the exhibition space, his transition from the page to the performance, and the role of video and image documentation for performance art in general.
Description: Comprised entirely of archival footage taken during those pre-reality-television years, The Reagan Present looks at how Ronald Reagan redefined the look and feel of what it means to be the POTUS.
Description: Go where no American has ever gone before. CNBC's Carl Quintanilla takes viewers behind the scenes of the world's most successful restaurant chain. In this original production, travel with CNBC cameras across the country -- and adventure as far away as China -- for an insider's look at: What it takes to run a McDonald's restaurant -- and how lucrative it can be. How chefs in the McDonald's top-secret use kitchen are working to develop the next large menu items. Why the drive-thru lanes at McDonald's restaurants in China have caused unexpected problems. Receive a look at how McDonald's is defending itself vs critics who complain that its meal is contributing to an epidemic of obesity in America. And peek behind McDonald's curtain to see for yourself how a quick-service hamburger stand grew into one of the most popular brands on the planet, serving 52 million folks around the globe every day. It's McDonald's ... Super-Sized.
Description: A cultural portrait of the American dream at a critical time in the nation’s history. Set vs the 2016 American election, The Lord takes a musical street trip across the country in Elvis Presley's 1963 Rolls Royce.
Description: Napalm is the storyline of the breathtaking and brief encounter, in 1958, between a French member of the first Western European delegation officially invited to North Korea after the devastating Korean fight and a nurse working for the Korean Red Cross hospital, in Pyongyang, capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
Description: This documentary looks at the find for the remains of Lord Richard III of England (1452-1485). After being killed in the War of Bosworth Field (August 22, 1485), his remains were taken to Leicester and it was believed that he was buried at Greyfriars Church. The church no longer exists and its remains were actually believed to be under a vehicle park. Phillipa Langley of the Richard III Society convinced archaeologists at the University of Leicester to lead a dig and surprisingly, as it turned out, the first skeleton they found was subsequently proven to be that of the Lord through DNA tests which showed a match to Canadian Michael Ibsen, a direct descendant of Richard III's sister.
Description: Sea Sorrow marks Vanessa Redgrave’s debut as a movie director and is a very personal, dynamic meditation on the actual global refugee crisis through the eyes and voices of campaigners and kids mixing past and present, documentary and drama in its reflection on the importance of human rights.
Description: What begins out as a straight forward documentary on carrier pigeons turns into a subtle investigation of France’s reaction to terror, the migrant crisis, and lost traditions. This short hand-made film, entirely processed in red wine, surveys the zone surrounding the Calais ‘jungle’ and allows the special chemistry to stain our reading of the light and landscapes of Northern France while we share the carnival nightmares, nostalgia, and growing anxiety of an American filmmaker far from home.
Description: Presence, body, power, pulse. The photo of a horse is loaded with a tons of meanings in mythology, sports and arts. I deal with the co-existence of the animal and the human and its boundaries, the consumption yet the need of seeking connection to oneself via nature.
Description: Julius Caesar turned military victories into political power. His ambition created a colossal empire, and he gave his name to the rulers who succeeded him. From his strategic brilliance to the Ides of March this documentary examines the legendary ruler whose genius and determination forged an empire that would stand for centuries.
Description: Vilde (12) wants to be the first female 'Halling' folk dance champion. A traditional dance for boys only. Her best challenge isn't the tournament - she's convinced that her strength and passion for dance and life are supporting her beloved grandfather to victory his war vs cancer.
Description: A adventure through the preparation and hardworking process of ballet dancers and musicians for a special spectacle in Tokio that Béjart choreographed with the Ninth symphony of Beethoven. Béjart ballet dances with Tokio ballet and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Israel. A marvellous combination of dancers movements and expression of various feelings along the four movements of the symphony with absolute elegance and strength.
Description: The third, Sicilian, part of the “films of Europe” cycle, Orlando ferito Roland blessé is a multifaceted ‘chanson de geste’, marked by anxiety and irrigated by hope. Or two viatica: the testamentary document written by Pasolini not long before his death (Le vide du pouvoir en Italie), which metaphorically communicated his political despair about the “disappearance of the fireflies”, and that of Georges Didi-Huberman (2009), which, on the contrary, refers to their “survival”. Vincent Dieutre travels across the far south of Europe in find of today’s “fireflies” who invent a political life on a everyday basis.
Description: In 1943, the Imperial Japanese Secret Service made a movie named Calling Australia! to present the "exemplary conditions" under which prisoners of fight were kept, and to "soften up" the Australian public for the anticipated occupation of their country by Japanese forces. Prisoners of Propaganda says why the movie was made, and how it came to be forgotten.
Description: After the atomic obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, over 36,000 Australian boys and women, part of the British Commonwealth Occupation Force (BCOF), marched onto Japanese soil. They were assigned the toughest and most risky zone of Japan: Hiroshima Prefecture, which included the atom-bombed city. The Forgotten Force says for the first time the storyline of Australia's role in Japan. Rare archival and personal footage, photographs and eyewitness accounts from both sides vividly recreate the atmosphere of post-war Japan - the horror of Hiroshima and its aftermath; the struggle to build a fresh "democratic" society while under the heel of military rule; the growth from suspicion and fear to friendship and believe between foes.
Description: Part of the documentary series looking at the course of the First Globe War. This volume examines the happenings of 1917, when the Allies launched desperate attacks on the German lines with large casualties, but with tiny result. By the end of the year, the Russians had withdrawn from the conflict following the Revolution, while the Americans were slowly becoming involved.
Description: During Globe Fight II there were nearly 2,500 Allied prisoners held in Sandakan POW camp in British North Borneo. Along with the ravages of fight and the struggle to survive abject conditions, only six of these POW's were found alive when the fight finally ended. In the years that followed, the horror stories of human depravity and the atrocities committed by the Japanese at Sandakan POW camp would come to light, considered by many as one of the most devastating chapters of the Pacific War.
Description: This movie delves into the writing, rehearsing and recording of the seminal 1996 album Everything Gotta Go. Released at the height of Britpop, the album was a critical and commercial success however, it was also produced under intense emotional pressure in the wake of the disappearance of the band’s lyricist and rhythm guitarist Richey Edwards.
Description: Minigame developer Elliott Marc Jones, his girlfriend Stephenie and musician Matthew Sayers travel to three major Chinese towns to defeat the country's most risky activities and extreme sports.
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Over the past several years, CNN has unexpectedly become the network for premiering great, informative, and strong original documentaries. I never used to watch CNN, but the the station quickly become one of my favorites for fresh documentaries. ELIAN may be the greatest documentary CNN has premiered yet, as it explores in depth the fascinating and sad 1999-2000 media firestorm of 5-year-old Elian Gonzalez's comeback to the U.S., stay in Miami, and return back to Cuba. For those who vividly remember what was arguably the largest storyline of the 1999-2000 period (other than the Y2K), the film serves as a reminder as to just how out-of-control and exploitative the media coverage became. For those who were too young to remember the events, the film is likely to be an interesting view into one of the largest political stories of the fresh millennium. Although a lot of key figures in the scandal are featured in the documentary, I feel like a several more folks should have been interviewed given just how many various figures became involved in the case. Almost all viewpoints are covered here, but hearing from a several more voices wouldn't have hurt. Even with that minor quibble aside, this is the greatest documentary I've watched all year, and definitely worth watching for those who play political documentaries. 8/10
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