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Description: Frequently described as the best boxer that Scotland has ever produced, Benny Lynch became the flyweight winner of the world. It was a sweet triumph for the boy from the Gorbals, who had been raised in extreme poverty. Archive footage, animated sequences and the admiring comments of modern boxers combine to celebrate Benny’s remarkable achievements and to place his life in context. Lynch was only 33 when he died in 1946, overwhelmed by the chronic alcoholism he had been unable to defeat. Benny is an affectionate salute to the people’s champion.
Description: A portrait of Maggie, through Swedish daily life. Maggie everytime co-ordinates high heels with a beret, and she loves gold. She lives on the 15th floor in one of Malmö’s suburbs. Her balcony is littered with reminders of her previous life. Under a golf bag, next to a racing ticket from 1999, are the remains of a pigeon that she killed when she couldn’t sleep.
Description: Elis was complete, she had all the attributes which differentiated easy artists from stars. She should enchant crowds in her albums, concerts and in video. Her melody was everytime associated to the stage, website she mastered with brilliance. Throughout her career, these stages would launch to her, from the radio days to the Montreux Jazz Festival. This movie shows her magic relationship with scene and audience. And also the Bandeirantes theatre, her last stronghold. There she shone in life with her best success in theater, the present 'Falso Brilhante', which is also presented and entitles this film. There her body was veiled and her audience went to meet her for the last time, actually for a farewell.
Description: Vera Klement: Blunt Edge is an 11 minute HD biographical documentary of Vera Klement, an oil painter in Chicago. Deeply influenced by abstract expressionism and classical music, Vera Klement’s painterly impasto canvas depicts isolated and alienated objects in a white, solid void. In this film, Klement creates a portrait of an artist under oppression, an homage to Russian composer, Dmitri Shostakovitch. Interweaving the artist’s process with her 80th birthday party, the documentary celebrates the artist’s life and her unyielding attempt to create.
Description: SELECTION documents a KISZ (Hungarian Young Communist League) chapter at an oil refinery that is interested in hiring a musical act as entertainment for young workers. The documentary shows the group discussing their criteria for the band, as well as their interviews with the individual bands. It is quickly apparent that the group isn’t interested in any sort of musical talent or the potential audiences’ interest. Rather, they are focused on ideological or moral problems that may be perceived as negative, such as groupies or outfits that are seen as too trendy. They settle on the musical group that is potentially the easiest to control, the youngest band. SELECTION works as a larger metaphor for what censorship was like in Socialist Hungary and was banned from being publicly screened until 1982.
Description: As a dancer myself, I see the light of dance. The freedom. The undeniable release of expression within our human forms transformed outwardly for all to see through the movements of our bodies. I wish the globe to experience this from Columbus, OH. A relatively tiny city, but full of the light of dance, feeding the constructive souls that yearn for that beat, that step, that pop, that pirouette. Come with me as I follow the artists adventure and experience a part of their life in this culture of dance. How they teach, how they learn, how they survive and search the joy of life in this art form. How they have come to learn dance, love dance and what it means to them to be a dancer. Their hopes and dreams in this field. The impact it has made in their life. This, I feel, is something that needs to be seen. - Candace Wright
Description: Young Algerian journalist Nedjma is investigating Islamic accounts of paradise. She is particularly interested in the descriptions used by Salafi preachers to recruit young Algerian boys as jihadists. She and her colleague Mustapha search a number of disturbing, richly embellished video sermons and decide to discover the phenomenon in more detail.
Description: São Paulo, the biggest town of South America. Eighteen million inhabitants. Over seven million cars trying to transport in a jammed traffic… And in the middle of this chaos, over 500 thousand motorcycle couriers risking themselves to satisfy the immediacy of our needs. Three die everyday, and yet the working class remains despised, rejected and misunderstood by society.
Description: Vintage 1975 documentary about the life of film queen Elizabeth Taylor hosted by Peter Lawford, and featuring appearances by actors Roddy McDowall and Rock Hudson, directors Richard Brooks and Vincente Minnelli, Elizabeth's mother Sara Taylor, costumer Helen Rose, and producer Sam Marx.
Description: Shortly before dawn on August 21, 1992, six heavily armed U.S. marshals made their method up to the isolated mountaintop home of Randy and Vicki Weaver and their kids on Ruby Ridge in Northern Idaho. Charged with selling two illegal sawed-off shotguns to an undercover agent, Weaver had failed to appear in court and law enforcement was tasked with bringing him in. For months, the Weavers had been holed up on their property with a cache of firearms, including automatic weapons. When the federal agents surveilling the property crossed paths with members of the family, a firefight broke out. The standoff that mesmerized the nation would leave Weaver injured, his wife and son dead, and some convinced that the federal government was out of control. Drawing upon eyewitness accounts, including interviews with Weaver’s daughter, Sara, and federal agents involved in the confrontation, Ruby Ridge is a riveting acc of the happening that helped give rise to the modern American militia movement.
Description: A cruise ship and 3,000 boys – it is a universe without heteros and girls that usually remains a mystery to the outside world. Once a year the Dream Boat sets sail for a cruise exclusively for gay boys where most passengers are united by the want to live life authentically as themselves in a protected place.
Description: With her camera in tow, filmmaker Annekatrin Hendel settles into a hotel by the sea for four weeks; with her is her old mate Ines Rastig who, after her divorce and alimony battle, is actually homeless. Room service may deliver new fruit each day, but it’s the moment of truth for these two girls as they humorously and unsparingly scrutinise practical issues after the end of a long marriage.
Description: A group of merengue exponents say about their experiences around the Caribbean rhythm that went around the globe with a special musical style. The greatest interpretations and greatest arrangements were in the 80's, which was without a doubt merengue's golden era.
Description: Three Yemeni teenage women enter an entrepreneurship tournament but along the method encounter the hardships of a country marked by a broken educational system, joblessness and a threatening Al-Qaeda presence.
Description: A group of students at the University of California Santa Cruz wants to unblock the archive of the popular counterculture icon Timothy Leary (1920-1996) for the Internet generation. This "sci-fi" documentary alternates archive footage with fresh material that the students in part filmed themselves, and Dr. Leary's charisma still seems to have a keep on contemporary youth.
Description: A movie that mixes labyrinthine newest testimonies and historical photos of the career of the tropicalista director, actor and playwright Zé Celso, of Teatro Oficina, one of the best personalities of the Brazilian arts of all time. The documentary acquired its main verb in four trips to key points in the trajectory of Zé: Bahia badlands, Cururipe Beach in Alagoas (where Bishop Sardinha was devoured), Epidaurus and Athens in Greece and his apartment in São Paulo.
Description: A teacher and a prostitute. Their likeness comes from being transvestites and fighting to build up their lives. The testimonials of Monick's partner and Amanda's father surprise and create us question notions of gender, prejudice and friendship.
Description: From the testimonies of Zé Celso himself, and excerpts from the enjoy "Walmor Y Cacilda 64 - Robogolpe", which includes autobiographical elements, as well as from essays and scenes from older pieces by him, it is possible to know a tiny more about the life of the irreverent author. Playwright, director, actor and musician, Zé Celso began his career in amateur theater while still a student at the end of the 1950s. He "ate" the work of Oswald de Andrade and as an anthropophage, was one of Tropicália's founders.
Description: Evandro Teixeira is one of the leading names in globe photojournalism, with a career spanning more than 37 years in the Brazilian press. Baiano from Jequié, chose Rio de Janeiro to settle down and it was in Jornal do Brasil that he spent most of his career. In addition to an untiring photographic reporter, he also traveled to Brazil to find for photos of Brazilians and recorded necessary happenings in the history of Brazil and the world, in coverage of national and international events.
Description: A group of patients coming from many mental health departments throughout Italy, a psychiatrist (Dr. Santo Rullo) as sports director, a former five-a-side football user (Enrico Zanchini) as coach and a globe boxing winner (Vincenzo Cantatore) as athletic trainer. These are the protagonists of Crazy for Football, a documentary by Volfango De Biasi on the first Italian national five-a-side squad participating the globe cup for psychiatric patients in Osaka, a trip from Italy to Japan.
Description: James Dean walks down Broadway, his shoulders hunched vs the drizzle. The best legends of jazz, from Louis Armstrong to the cool Miles Davis, are caught in some of their most passionate or personal moments. Epitomizing the spirit of 1960’s counter-culture, a hippie plays a flute as he walks along, all his earthly belongings in a back-pack. Lost in her own thoughts for a moment, Audrey Hepburn sits pensive between takes. Photos capture the subdued beauty of a Provence winter. Like an abstract painting, the sun appears as a mission of light behind a window coated thickly with frost. Modern architecture captured as an almost sci-fi fantasy - an environment so artificial that it is sublimely beautiful. All of these photos came from the eye, mind and camera of Dennis Stock (1928-2010), one of the most influential chroniclers of the late 20th century.
Description: Cinema in 7 Colors traces an historical panorama of how the queer folks were portrayed in the Brazilian silver screens, from its origin in the chanchadas of the 1950s up to the show day. The movie investigates the origins of the prejudices, stereotypes, as well as the importance of the identification with creative representations of these characters.
Description: Through conversations held with fifty four of the most distinguished cinematographers working in Brazil and abroad over the last forty years, the documentary explores the working environment, the fresh softwares and the various styles of the professional who controls the light and the shades behind the camera.
Description: Documentary about the trajectory of Antônio Polo Galante, known as "The Lord of Boca". The movie maps work and forms of production in Boca do Lixo, famous zone in Luz neighborhood located downtown São Paulo, where usually night clubs and sexual services establishments were located.
Description: In the ‘poor crescent’ around Brussels one kid in three lives on the poverty line. But they can search refuge with BX Brussels of Vincent Kompany – a sports and social project. Stranger follows newest immigrant Senegalese football coach Moussa as he struggles to give them hope in their sport … and in their life.
Description: Ron and Maria Domont met at an AA meeting, fell in love and started a family of four. Decades later, the family remains happily intact, but there’s a surprising fresh addition.
Description: This extraordinary documentary illuminates the genius behind some of the most exquisite photos ever set to celluloid by filmmaker Mikhaïl Kalatozov. An insightful acc of a reserved boy who paradoxically created rapturous, expressive cinema. Colleagues and historians, including Claudia Cardinale, describe the complicated method that Kalatozov made such radical works within the restrictions of film-making in the Soviet state.
Description: Shake ‘Em On Down is a one-hour documentary movie which aims to say the storyline of Fred McDowell, who was first recorded by Alan Lomax in 1959, traveled to Europe with the Rolling Stones in the mid-1960s, mentored Bonnie Raitt, and served as the cornerstone of the special and enduring North Mississippi- style of blues music.
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