Description: Born of the cold war, and eclipsed by success in rocketry, the XB-70 Valkyrie was conceived as a Mach 3 high-altitude bomber and became a valuable high-speed research aircraft. Although only two were produced, and one was destroyed in an accident, the Valkyrie built an impressive databank of high-speed flight invaluable to aviation development. This DVD, with nearly 4 hours of rare footage of the XB-70, newly transferred on modern telecines, brings you the flight use tool of the XB-70 as never before. Includes rare progress reports, footage from rollout, extensive footage of use flights, and footage from the A/V-2 accident. All footage is color. Some footage is silent.
Description: Though lightsabers have been a force in the Star Fights galaxy since George Lucas’ original film, the weapon’s on-screen presence evolved throughout both cinematic trilogies and into Star Wars: The Force Awakens. SportsCenter is tracing the lightsaber’s lineage through the films, and a fresh trailer for the unique will definitely delight any fan’s inner Star Fights Kid.
Description: Lonely. It should be you. It should be me. There are millions of us out there. The headlines call this 'The Age of Loneliness'. They tell it's a major public health issue. A silent epidemic that's starting to slay us. But we don't wish to talk about it. No-one really wants to admit they are lonely. Award-winning film-maker Sue Bourne believes loneliness has to be talked about. It affects so many of us in so many various methods and at so many various stages of our lives. So she went out to search folks brave enough to go on camera and talk about their loneliness. The Age of Loneliness has folks of all ages in it, from Isobel the 19-year-old student to Olive the feisty 100-year-old, Ben the divorcee, Jaye the 40-year-old singleton, Richard the 72-year-old internet-dating widower, to Martin, Iain and Christine talking about their mental health problems. Everyone talks with such remarkable honesty and bravery that you can't support but be touched by their stories.
Description: This is the storyline finally revealed one of the best French writers of the twentieth century. A writer who, in a globe that is wary of ideology, has finally found the zone that was due to him and respect for those who prefer justice and truth to dogma and extremism.
Description: Receive ready for a fresh, dynamic method to work out! Jillian Michaels adds additional weight to her hard-core circuit training techniques for a total-body workout designed to burn max fat. Using a kettlebell or a single hand weight, Shred-It With Weights supports you build lean muscle and burn mega calories with two 30-minute boot camp workouts. Start with Lvl 1 and progress to Lvl 2 for max body- shredding results. Stick with Jillian’s tool for 30 days and you should see a lean, shredded body.
Description: Francis Bacon revolutionised figurative painting in the 20th century. The English painter unmasked his topics in a provocative and ruthless manner. Deformed bodies, grimacing faces and the materiality of colour create us aware of brutality and sexuality, existential abysses and the fears of existence. Creator Melvyn Bragg accompanies the painter throughout his day. This starts in his London atelier, leads us on to his favorite pub and ends up in gambling club in Soho.
Description: NOVA accompanies famed use pilot Darryl Greenamyer and his intrepid team on a perilous point to repair and re-fly a B-29 bomber stranded on the Greenland icecap since 1947. In the face of wonderful hardships, the squad struggles to bring the old warbird back to life.
Description: This is the storyline of two brothers, Hermann and Albert Goering. They couldn't have been more different. One was a fight criminal, the another was the nice Goering, today unjustly forgotten, though he saved many people's lives.
Description: Carvalho's Adventure is a detail length documentary about Solomon Nunes Carvalho (1815-1897) a pioneering American Jewish artist and daguerreotypist born in Charleston, South Carolina. Produced for national broadcast on PBS, movie festivals and wide educational distribution, the movie says the saga of Carvalho's extraordinary trip across the west as the first photographer to accompany an exploring expedition to the West. Visually ambitious and extensively researched, the movie details interviews with scholars and writers, rare archival materials, original landscape cinematography and re-creations of the daguerreotype process to weave together a compelling narrative of the expansion of the American continent as seen through the eyes of a pioneering American artist.
Description: The Name of this Movie is Dogme95 is an irreverent documentary exploring the origins of Dogme95, the most influential movement in globe cinema for a generation. The movie says how a 'brotherhood' of four Danish directors armed with a radical Manifesto, has inspired, outraged and provoked filmmakers and filmgoers the globe over. The guidelines of Dogme95 take filmmaking back to its brass-tacks - stories gotta be set in the here and now; the movies gotta be shot on location, with a handheld camera, using natural light, and direct sound; the guidelines forbid murders and weapons (staples of the much-loved action-movie genre); and, most amusingly, the director gotta not be credited (that holds also for the director of The Name of this Movie is Dogme95...).
Description: This short documentary looks at the animated art of Lotte Reiniger. We are taken through a demonstration by Lotte herself on the method she slash out, constructed and filmed a silhouette character. She also discusses how she developed the test of coloured gelatines for her backgrounds. To illustrate her output, the documentary contains extracts from few of her movies including Papageno (1935), The Journeys of Prince Achmed (1926) and The Frog Prince.
Description: An erotic, stylised documentary celebrating the history and culture of black lesbians. Contemporary interviews are interwoven with a sultry narrative set in 1920s Paris, showing the relationship between a femme jazz singer and her butch daddy lover.
Description: Derek Jarman's family, mates and closest collaborators recall the life and genius of one of Briatin's best film-makers - featuring clips, stills and a superb test of Super 8. "Understand that your morality is not law," told Derek Jarman. A nice maxim for a filmmaker whose life and work is explored in this loving documentary. Avant-garde in way but nostalgic in temperament, he's remembered by family and mates like Tilda Swinton and Nigel Terry. Perfect test of Super 8 blends with revelatory stories, not least his want to cast Terry-Thomas as Ariel in The Tempest!
Description: The movie presents compelling evidence that Altlantis wasn't so far away after all, but what it omits is just as compelling. Although Plato’s acc of Atlantian masonry, consisting of red, white and black stones, was a visually excellent match for the modern walls of the Minoan excavation website favored by the film, and his acc of a sea made impassable by tiny islands of mud could, in fact, be a description of the rafts of pumice left by the catastrophic eruption of an ancient volcano there, tiny mention is made of Plato's specific acc of where Atlantis was or the common root that urls Atlantis to the Atlantic ocean. Also omitted is Plato's chronology placing the sinking of Atlantis in the same time frame as the end of the last ice age which caused the inundation of large expanses of once fertile lands. Is "Atlantis: The Evidence" a thinly disguised example of Eurocentrism in the media? Watch Discovery: Atlantis for a more comprehensive view on an age-old debate.
Description: Over 4 hours of rare footage of both CV-8 and CV-12, including the movie "The Life and Death of the U.S.S. Hornet, footage from the Doolittle raid and CV-8 at Santa Cruz. Details footage from the launching of CV-12 through her WWII service, including flight deck activities, gun camera footage and more. Also contains footage from the Hornet's recovery of Apollo 11 and 12. Premium details contain a Navy Training movie on catapulting from a carrier and movie on Torpedo Squadron 8.
Description: A collection on DVD of her first hits with unique details of duet with Josh Groban on "The Prayer", backstage with Charlotte Church, an interview, and a video tour of Cardiff.
Description: AVATARA is not a cartoon. It's a documentary about an Internet subculture who spend their lives immersed in an online 3-D voice-chat tool named "Digitalspace Traveler." Through a series of 14 interviews, we uncover the history, art, identities, struggles and emotions of this special internet community who, since as far back as 1996 have mostly devoted their lives to this software.
Description: Documentary of an underwater archaeological expedition led by French explorer Franck Goddio that explores the sunken ancient town of Alexandria, Egypt, where Cleopatra made her home over 2,000 years ago. The underwater exploration squad uses advanced scientific ways to locate the remains of Cleopatra's sunken palace as well as the whole submerged Royal Quarters in the harbor of modern Alexandria. Also uses re-enactments, pc graphics and animation to show a picture of Cleopatra's life in ancient Alexandria.
Description: One night in Durham, North Carolina, a rape accusation set fire to the reputations of three college athletes and their elite university. As the Duke lacrosse users grappled with their transition from model student to the criminally accused, few fights were launched on various fronts.
Description: Documentary exploring the hundreds of species of life that thrive in total darkness at the hydrothermal vents along the Mid-Ocean Ridge, few miles below the ocean surface. Tiny meal filters down from the surface and there is no sunlight to help photosynthesis.
Description: By the end of the Ice Age - only ten thousand years ago - many nice mammals had died out. The woolly mammoth, the dire wolf, the saber-tooth cat and others disappeared as a effect of severe climatic changes that engulfed the planet. And yet another animals persevered. Today, they go on in dwindling numbers as the last of the Ice Age survivors. Scientists are piecing together their past while others work to safeguard the future of these living relics. Despite climate changes over the past 15,000 years and human predation, their descendants persist in a several unspoiled regions of the globe.
Description: Filmed by Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Al Giddings, this timeless tool takes a stirring look at the largest, tallest, longest-living things on the planet: trees. Stunning zone footage captures the tons and the grandeur of the Pacific Northwest, the Florida Everglades, the Shenandoah Valley, and the Nice Sonoran Desert. Quotations from Sierra Club founder John Muir and others who revere nature are interwoven with notification on subject ranging from the function of forest ecosystems, to the results of deforestation, to the integration of parks into urban landscapes.
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