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Description: Instantly after the Boston Marathon bombing in April 2013, amateur detectives took the Internet chat rooms to test to search the culprits, looking for features in photographs uploaded to the websites that should mission to the guilt of potential suspects.
Description: Undercover in Tibet reveals the regime of terror which dominates everyday life and makes freedom of expression an impossibility. Tash meets victims of arbitrary arrests, detention, torture and ‘disappearances’ and uncovers evidence of enforced sterilizations on ethnic Tibetan women. He sees for himself the impact of the enormous military and police presence in the region, the hunger and hardship being endured by many Tibetans and hears warnings of the uprising taking zone across the provinces now.
Description: How the Hitler Youth became the biggest organization for young folks in German history -- some 8 million powerful at its height -- is documented in this examination of the group's genesis and history, aided by previously unpublished personal movies spanning 1920 to 1945. Contains interviews with Artur Axmann, Jutta Rüdiger, and Werner Kuhnt.
Description: The last two decades have seen a striking decline in the quality of sound and listening experience. Compressed music, MP3s and streaming, have diminished the quality and flattened the emotion. Marketing gimmicks and convenience actually take the zone of excellence. The Distortion of Sound is an eye-opening exposé of the actual state of sound starring Linkin Park, Slash, Quincy Jones and more. This documentary will launch your ears and inspire you to reach for richer, more soul-stirring musical experiences.
Description: "In continuo" uses slaughterhouse imagery to show the warlike nature of man, first depicting the cleaning and mechanical preparations for the slaughterhouse and then the killing, however, the animal slaughter itself isn’t shown.
Description: This programme illustrates the development of the German navy from 1914 to the end of 1945 in a documentary method never attempted before and contains rare movie footage in both colour and black and white. The premium material also gives former U-boat and regular navy officers and boys the possibility to talk about their experiences in their own words.
Description: No sooner the first aircraft rose into the sky, the military took keep of the fresh invention. As far back as Globe Fight 1 daredevil pilots engaged into the fighting and aces like Manfred von Richtofen or Ernst Udet became admired heroes. Practically disbanded due to the Versailles Treaty, the German Air Force developed in hiding. After having been "service-tested" in the Spanish Civil War, Hitler built her up with vigor to a strong military machine, which made possible the "blitz" victories ine the first year of the war. To counter the rising allied airpower, german engineers took the first jet aircraft and rockets. Revolutionary innovations as they were, too late to hinder the military collapse. In depth and by partly never before seen takings in colour as well as black and white, this movie shows the development of the german Air Force in the years 1914 until 1945.
Description: Anarchy is often used as a synonym for chaos and destruction with anarchists seen as black-clad nihilists fomenting violence at peaceful protests. But NO GODS NO MASTERS reveals the far more complex history of a viable social system and the boys and girls who devoted themselves to making it a reality. Part One: The Passion for Destruction (1840 1906) Part Two: Land and Freedom (1907 1921) Part Three: In Memory of the Vanquished (1922 1945)
Description: With the roar of a thousand freight rains, tornadoes inflict the nice fury of nature several folks ever dare to experience. Driven by their life threatening obsession, storm chasers repeatedly use their courage in a brave attempt to record these natural wonders on videotape. Actually for the first time, you can witness some of the most destructive, mesmerizing twisters of recorded history in this true life video. Each inch of footage in this video is real... not just a Hollywood simulation. True storm chasers captured giant Twisters throwing true vehicles in the air like toys, crushing true houses in seconds, and wiping out entire communities like blades of grass. Plus, from the security of your living room, you'll witness an extraordinary happening as a stranded news team clings to the underside of a highway overpass and a assassin tornado rips directly over their heads with their camera running!
Description: How can a small mosquito be such an enormous threat to humankind? And how is it that this once distant threat is actually lurking in our own backyards? Filmed on four continents and featuring breathtaking macro photography, Mosquito paints an emotionally charged portrait of the folks who are actually living with mosquito borne diseases and we in North America who fear their arrival.
Description: The movie consists largely of a series of interviews with female filmmakers from few various countries and filmmaking eras. Some, such as Agnès Varda and Catherine Breillat (both from France), have been making movies for decades in a conscious effort to deliever an alternative to the male filmmaking model; others, such as Moufida Tlatli (Tunisia) and Carine Adler (England), are relative newcomers to directing, and their approaches seem more private and less political. The movie as a entire manages to cover some necessary subject in the feminist debate about movie -- how does one construct a female gaze, how can one movie nude bodies without objectifying the actors (of either sex), what constitutes a powerful female role -- while also making it clear that “women’s film” comprises as many various approaches to filmmaking as there are female filmmakers.
Description: This movie explores the transformation of an photo from color negative to color positive on one movie stock. The Still life was painted its color negative during the filming and then the exposed movie was processed and printed on color negative printstock.
Description: On the eve of the long-awaited Khmer Rouge trial, an American survivor of the genocide returns to Cambodia hoping to unblock the mystery of her father's disappearance in 1975. Thida Buth Mam's quest intersects with many silent voices: widows, survivors from remote villages, monks and even former perpetrators. Her find for the truth stirs up the fractured pieces of one family's nightmare, unearths an unimaginable heartbreak and ultimately shines light on a people's broken silence.
Description: The real storyline of how Israel used politics, espionage, blackmail, targeted assassinations and finally military power to destroy Saddam Hussein's nuclear reactor and deny him the bomb.
Description: Some Analog Lines is a playfully philosophical, surprisingly private essay movie that examines the dichotomy between digital technology and the artistic process of filmmaking. It is about animation, computers, clay, celluloid; a paper mask; a wooden shelf. More importantly, it is about what we reply to when we watch a film, and why.
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