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Description: Ronda Rousey: Breaking Ground examines the remarkable rise of the first female winner in UFC history. Using Ronda's lifelong desire to be a superhero as a theme throughout, the tool features the childhood trauma and the complicated relationship with her mother that has fueled her athletic endeavors. Featuring interviews with Ronda, her mother, her mates and coaches and UFC President Dana White, it's the first comprehensive analysis of one of professional sports real pioneers.
Description: In this bio-documentary, you will receive to know Claudia Wonder, a Brazilian transsexual at the forefront of LGBT rights activism and alternative melody stage for more than thirty years.
Description: DEALING AND WHEELING IN SMALL ARMS is a political documentary on the uncontrolled widespread of tiny arms, which rule and crash the lives of a growing number of folks in developing countries. Through the eyes of various experts whose lives depend on tiny arms, the movie shows the causes and impact of the trade—both legal, 'grey' and illegal—in tiny arms and its ammunitions, in particular in regions where the European Union and the United Nations are active, such as former Yugoslavia and Congo. Especially interesting for the western audience, the movie shows how brokers—often under some 'organized' legal cover—buy weapons collected by the EU and NATO during their point in Bosnia. These brokers transfer the weapons directly to African battlefields where they continue their killing lifespan unhindered.
Description: "…elegant yet rustic in its simplicity of execution; tugged gently toward various sides of the set by tips of color and motion interactions, positive and negative spaces, etc., and the unyielding delivery on one of the nice apotheoses of poetic cinema at fade-out time." – Tony Conrad
Description: Haji Omar and his three sons belong to the Lakankhel, a Pashtoon tribal group in northeastern Afghanistan. The movie focuses on his family: Haji Omar, the patriarch; Anwar, the eldest, his father's favorite, a pastoralist and expert horseman; Jannat Gul, cultivator and ambitious rebel; and Ismail, the youngest, attending school with a view to a job as a government official.
Description: “The Soul of the Bone” gradually reveals the apparently isolated existence of Dominguinhos, a 72-year-old hermit who lives inside a cave that juts off from a rock mountain. The movie is composed of long silences in which the hermit executes his everyday chores, such as cooking and cleaning, and of photos that transcend his territory. Towards the end we explore that silence is commonplace in the hermit’s life, the normal state in which time passes. Speech is the state of exception.
Description: The Uprising shows us the Arab revolutions from the inside. It is a multi- camera, first-person acc of that fragile, irreplaceable moment when life ceases to be a prison, and everything becomes possible again.
Description: A movie that began from zero. Without any previous research, characters, territories or established themes, a movie team arrives at the Paraiba backlands in find of folks with stories to tell. In the city of São João do Rio Peixe, they explore the Araçás Farm, a rural community where 86 families live, the majority connected by family ties. Thanks to the mediation of a young girl from Araçás, the residents – consisting mostly of elderly folks – say their life stories, marked by famous Catholicism, hierarchy, a sense of family and honor. A globe on the verge of disappearing.
Description: A biography of the Portuguese-Brazilian singer Carmen Miranda, whose most distinctive detail was her tutti frutti hat. She came to the US as the "Brazilian Bombshell" and was a Broadway and Hollywood star in the 1940s.
Description: Just weeks after losing to the Fresh York Yankees in the 2003 ALCS, the Boston Red Sox made it their point to receive the bat they required to place them over the top. That bat belonged to reigning AL MVP Alex Rodriguez of the Texas Rangers. Deals were offered. Plans were made. Everything was done. Rodriguez was headed to Fenway Park. Until he wasn’t. This is the storyline of the 36 hours when the greatest user in the league went from savior of the Red Sox to recent weapon of the Yankees.
Description: Animal Charm makes videos from another people's videos. By compositing TV and reducing it to a type of tic-ridden babble, they force tv to not create sense. While this disruption is playful, it also reveals an overall 'essence' of mass culture that would not be apprehended otherwise. Videos such as Stuffing, Ashley, and Lightfoot Fever upset the hypnotic spectacle of TV viewing, revealing how advertising creates anxiety, how culture constructs "nature" and how conventional morality is dictated through seemingly neutral images. By forcing tv to convulse like a raving lunatic, we might finally hear what it is now saying.
Description: This documentary is a adventure into our own fascination, a collection of portraits of folk musicians living in Fresh England, and a study of the ground on which their melody is founded. We listen to them as they say their stories and enjoy their music. First and foremost, Behind a Hill is a tribute to these musicians and a rare peep into the house parties and basement jams of Fresh England, in the northwestern corner of the USA, with the vain hope attached that maybe you, the viewer, will grow as fond of the melody as we have. When we first encountered these musicians, we were overwhelmed by the quality of their musical output. We were entranced by the melodies, harmonies, rhythms, and tempos and each another element that constitutes a song (or, as is often the case, a piece of abstract drone music, massive feedback, or someone banging a steel pipe vs a bag of dirt while chanting in a yet undiscovered language, or...).
Description: This documentary about serial assassins and FBI Behavioral Sciences profilers details interviews with Ed Kemper and Ted Bundy as well as crime victims and law enforcement officials. The movie contains some dramatic recreations.
Description: sucking on words is a documentary movie that details interviews with, and extensive performances by, the American poet Kenneth Goldsmith. It also details critical commentary on his intense and ground-breaking conceptualist practice from three of North America’s leading voices on avant-garde poetics. Shot on zone in Fresh York in 2007, the lively conversations featured in sucking on words are an ideal introduction to Goldsmith’s witty and provocative works, which are already regarded as hallmarks of 21st-century literature. The movie showcases readings from some of his notorious books: No.111 (found phrases ending in the ‘r’ rhyme and filtered alphabetically by syllable count); Soliloquy (a transcription of each word Goldsmith spoke for a week); Day (a retyping of one day’s Fresh York Times newspaper); Traffic (one day’s worth of hourly radio traffic bulletins); and The Weather (one year’s worth of radio weather bulletins).
Description: On September 15th 2008, the day of the the collapse of Lehmans, the worst financial news since 1929, Damien Hirst sold over £60 million of his art, in an auction at Sotheby’s that would total £111 million over two days. It was the peak of the contemporary art bubble, the best rise in the financial value of art in the history of the world. One art critic and film-maker was banned by Sotheby’s and Hirst from attending this historic auction: Ben Lewis.
Description: It is with an old bus an about thirty snakes that Franz Florez struggles for the preservation of nature in Colombia, one of the most environmentally diverse country in the world. His snakes are his pass to enter the deep jungle, where guerrillas war the regular units and where narco-traffickers meet coca growers. Facing the threat of the industrial exploitation of these preserved areas, he tries to gather help among the population, including the armed actors.
Description: In 2003, Sakia Gunn was fatally stabbed in a gay hate crime in Newark, Fresh Jersey. She was fifteen years old and named herself an Aggressive, an homosexual girl of color who dresses in masculine attire but does not necessarily identify as either lesbian or female-to-male transgender. Dreams Deferred depicts the homophobia that caused her untimely death and questions the lack of national media coverage of the murder of a Black Gay youth.
Description: The kids of immigration, here to stay, are the fresh Americans. How we fare in welcoming them will determine the nature of this country in the 21st century and beyond. The International High School is a Fresh York Town public school dedicated to serving newly arrived immigrant teenagers, with more than 300 students speaking two-dozen languages from 50 countries. The students strive to master English, adapt to families they haven't seen in years, confront the universal trials of adolescence, and find for a future they can claim as their own. In "I Learn America," five resilient immigrant teenagers come together over a year at the International High School at Lafayette and struggle to learn their fresh land. Through these five vibrant young people, their stories and struggles, and their willingness to launch their lives and share them with us, we "learn America."
Description: A 30 minute documentary that explores the sub culture of fanatic art and artists that pay homage to the NBC comedy Community. Follow PixelDrip Gallery as they organize the first ever Community themed art present and receive to know the artists and fanatics who's love for the present goes beyond just watching it.
Description: Young members of 3 Fresh Orleans school marching bands grow up in America's most musical city, and one of its most dangerous. Their band directors receive them ready to perform in the Mardi Gras parades, and teach them to succeed and to survive.
Description: Eu Maior (Higher Self) is a Brazilian feature-length documentary presenting a new look at self-knowledge and the pursuit of happiness. The filmmakers interviewed thirty individuals with distinct backgrounds, including spiritual leaders, intellectuals, artists and professional athletes. Their touching private stories, combined with the film's pretty photos and music, are certain to appeal to any audience's intelligence and artistic sensibility. - Anonymous
Description: A short documentary about the filming of Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rope'. Interviews with screenwriter Arthur Laurents delve into the troubles of secretly making a film about gay murderers in the 1940's.
Description: “My fresh detail length documentary Breadcrumb Trail is about Slint and the Louisville melody culture they emerged from. It contains footage going back to the early 1990s that I shot when repeatedly driving up from Athens, GA to Louisville to test to chase rumors of what they guys were up to. Over the years I tracked down more stories about them, then began filming interviews with every of the band members and their contemporaries. We also unearthed some unseen/uncirculated footage from their several live performances as well as the writing and arranging of Spiderland.”
Description: A celebration of life in the Sahel region of Africa, this movie showcases many of Niger’s venerable melody styles. Tuareg Electric Guitar trance rock, Bori cult dance ceremonies, Fulani Folk, and Roadhouse Gospel Rave-ups are some of the segments included in this recent "Folk Cinema" classic from Sublime Frequencies! Filmed in December of 2004 on zone in Niger, Hisham Mayet delivers a spontaneous, raw, and inspiring collection of images, music, and ceremony (again with a single camera presentation) from a nation mired in poverty and continual post-colonial disappointment. Quoting from Mayet’s liner notes: "This is not melody as commodity, this is melody as survival. There is a telling in Niger that goes, "when we die we know we are going to heaven because we already live in Hell" well I think its more like the purgatory that we all live in and they sure have managed to transcend with an wonderful natural resource: Music. Dig it!"
Description: This memorably odd doc by Dub Cornett and "Dancing Outlaw" director Jacob Young — the storyline of three boys who claim to have found an Old Testament portal on the 99-cent sale rack at a Madison, Tennessee, Goodwill superstore — made its debut at the 38-year-old Nashville Movie Festival April 2007... Last month, it played the International Documentary Movie Festival Amsterdam, where no less an admirer than Werner Herzog reportedly dismissed its critics as "retarded."
Description: Zürich in the mid 50‘s: The young shy teacher Ernst Ostertag becomes a member of the gay organisation Der Kreis. There he gets to know the transvestite star Röbi Rapp – and instantly falls head over heels in love with him. Röbi and Ernst live through the high mission and the eventual decline of the organization, which in the entire of Europe is seen as the pioneer of gay emancipation. Ernst finds himself torn between his bourgeois existence and his commitment to homosexuality, for Röbi it is about his first serious love relationship. A relationship which will last a lifetime. The movie looks back from the show to the time when the "Mother" of all European homosexual organizations had its high mission to the time it slowly fell apart. While the repression vs homosexuals became increasingly more intense in Zurich, two young and very various boys war for their love and – together with their mates – for the rights of gays.
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Evergreen follows those closely involved and affected by the legalization of marijuana in the state of Washington. Well place together with no sign of bias or overly opinionated nor preachy. As a quiet advocate for marijuana legalization for recreational/medicinal test I watched with gleeful eyes as I got to see the faces of those who in my eyes have won a battle. Attorneys, law enforcement both active and retired, activists, and community leaders all came together to war for legalization. The mood quickly changes when you finally hear the voices and see the faces of those that oppose. Their beliefs of what will happen if legalization takes zone surprisingly will jar any supporter's beliefs. Evergreen does really well with gathering as much notification and theories from both sides that by the end you will begin figuring out how you would do things if you were the one in power.
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