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Description: THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE is dedicated to filmmaker Aki Kaurismäki’s longtime mate and collaborator, the movie critic and festival programmer Peter von Bagh. In this fresh video essay, filmmaker Daniel Raim explores Kaurismäki’s oeuvre through the globe of von Bagh.
Description: Hurdle provides an inspiring and visceral look at the next generation of Palestinian youth living in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The characters, separated from one other and living in the shadow of the Israeli separation wall, are united in their pursuit for self-determination. In an unexpected turn, the characters utilize the sport of parkour and the documentation of everyday as softwares to attain private and political freedom. In a globe with towering walls and constrictive checkpoints, the characters gotta bury self-doubt in order to lead their communities through a dramatic year of political and violent conflict.
Description: Eugen Weidmann was a German criminal and serial murderer who was executed by guillotine in France in June 1939, the last public execution in that country. Unknown to authorities, movie of the execution was shot from a personal apartment adjacent to the prison. British actor Christopher Lee – who was 17 at the time – witnessed the event.
Description: You’d never plan to spend your life chasing the elements, watching changes to the sky or the swell…you’d never think that you’d travel across the entire globe searching for a wave, a line or a excellent moment… But once you experience the joy that this lifestyle brings, you will everytime be drawn to the natural globe like a magnet, in the hope that it never ends.
Description: There is a globe that exists, gratis from human intervention! A nexus that bonds us, yet at times bringing us deep and indescribable solitude. What is this strange force that pulls us forward...this unmistakable forging of our connection with the trail?! Is it the never ending path to self-discovery...the exploration of our own private limits? Or is it the fibers of an intricate fabric reminding us every and each time we venture out that we are simply just a tiny part of this nice tapestry named life.
Description: Iconic American filmmaker Kenneth Anger has inspired generations of constructive storytellers since the late 1940s. He is a special visionary who drifts from pure poetry within his magical filmmaking to sardonic gossip in his bestselling "Hollywood Babylon" books. In-between these extremes we search a person who never tires of exploring his own creativity. In this intimate documentary, Anger lets us in on his fascinating life story, his approaches to filmmaking, and his relationship to British occultist Aleister Crowley.
Description: The Zone Channel celebrates the 40th anniversary of the original STAR TREK. Produced by Tag Askwith, hosted by Jonathan Llyr and featuring interviews with George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, William Shatner, Peter David, Michael Okuda, Denise Okuda, F. Murray Abraham, Lawrence Montaigne, Leonard Nimoy, Garrett Wang, France Nuyen, Michael Reeve, George Clayton Johnson, Denise Crosby, Marc Scott Zicree, Garfield Reeves-Stevens, D.C. Fontana, Scott Bakula, Jolene Blalock, DeForest Kelley, LeVar Burton, Dr. Mae Jemison, Rob Salem, Walter Koenig, J.G. Hertzler, Dean Devlin, Harlan Ellison, Richard Arnold, Jeffrey Combs, Rick Berman, Bjo Trimble, Jim Lee, Alice Cooper, and Robert Picardo.
Description: Intimate view of 100 years of American history seen through Isaac Pope, an African-American centenarian who's a spellbinding storyteller and unsung character of war, the civil rights and workers' movements, and the tale of the nation's spirit, loss and love. Grandson of enslaved people, son of sharecroppers, he yearned toward the American Dream, never came near it, but spent decades supporting others do so. His life shows tectonic shifts in some interactions between races that present the method forward.
Description: No Measure of Health profiles Kyle Magee, an anti-advertising activist from Melbourne, Australia, who for the past 10 years has been going out into public territories and covering over for-profit advertising in different ways. The movie is a snapshot of his recent approach, which is to black-out advertising panels in protest of the method the media system, which is funded by advertising, is dominated by for-profit interests that have taken over public territories and discourse. Kyle’s view is that true democracy requires a democratic media system, not one funded and controlled by the rich. As this movie follows Kyle on a regular day of action, he reflects on fatherhood, democracy, what drives the protest, and his struggle with depression, as we learn that “it is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”
Description: Theodore Roosevelt was one of the most extraordinary Americans who lived, a larger-than-life legend whose storyline has to be seen to be believed. Ingeniously weaving extremely rare archive footage with meticulous recreations and the stirring melody of John Philip Sousa, this movie is both a moving portrait of the 26th president and a dynamic panorama of the nice happenings of the early years of the 20th century. Among many topics included in this cinematic mosaic are foreign policy, women's rights, Spanish-American War, aviation, conservation, the Progressive Party, and Globe Fight I. Melody from the suites, operettas and marches of John Philip Sousa.
Description: What separates many denominations of Christianity from every another and what brings them together? "Different Streets To Heaven" interviews priests and pastors from the Baptist, Catholic, 7th Day Adventist, and Lutheran churches to respond and discuss their various streets to heaven
Description: RED STARS is a movie that engages with Alexander Bogdanov’s science fiction novel “Red Star” (1908), which envisions a utopian society on Mars and it’s contemporary reception in the context of contemporary renewed efforts to colonize Mars. RED STARS relates to central subject of Bogdanov’s pre-revolutionary socialist imagination, reaching from collectivity and identity, over gender relations, art, science towards economy and education, through the test of interviews with, among others, Alexander Malinosky, Alla Mitrofanova, Pavel Arseynev, Anastasia Gacheva, Anna Gorskaya, Alexandra Simakova and Boris Klushnikov.
Description: Director James Wan and another participants (among them Lorraine Warren and audio recordings of the late Ed Warren) deliever an overview of the lives, faith, research and investigative career of the Warrens. The featurette also explores the Warrens' private collection of the haunted, cursed or ritualistic stuff they've acquired during different situations over the years, and touches on the development of the film.
Description: Lindstrom’s strong documentary takes an unflinching look at the daunting difficulties in overcoming addictions and the dynamic within Portland’s Central Town Concern’s recovery mentor program. With a 70% success rate, the program’s strength lies in its ability to promote a powerful sense of community and connectedness with peers and mentors, all former addicts committed to supporting others as they support themselves. “The movie is raw and real, filled with undeniable moments of pain and elation and human personality. It’s impossible to imagine a more honest look at this all-too-common world.”—Shawn Levy, The Oregonian.
Description: Lou Colpé has been filming her grandparents since she was 15. In the process of this intense relationship, she notices some disconcerting signs in her grandmother: Alzheimer’s is slowing her down. A fresh movie begins, a tougher one: the storyline of a couple that gotta face a tremendous challenge. Struggling vs the tide of oblivion, the task of filmmaking becomes the ultimate act of resistance. Trying to retain the last photos of her grandparents, an intimate conversation starts and echoes through the songs that enjoy on the radio, conjuring lost stories and memories.
Description: A bowling alley, artists, friends, a recording studio, a pregnancy, a baby and universal pop culture, not all necessarily in this order. In Queen, Kathryn Elkin has places, chronology, memories and words clash together. She creates a movie of rapid prosody like a bowling bowl thrown at high speed, obliterating the very sense of performance. Written and shot during her own pregnancy and the first months in the life of her child, Queen questions the meaning of this experience for the artist: can being a mother be a performance?
Description: Since the dawn of time, the inhabitants of the Alps have used their own language to overcome the distance imposed by the mountainous orography. Riafn is a sort of dialect based on the various forms used by the shepherds and farmers of this zone to call their beasts. The inhabitants of the mountains have thus cadenced their day-to-day life on calls to animals, the mooing of the cows, songs and the echo of the mountain. A sort of Alpine orchestra that helped them to cope with isolation.
Description: When the poor 1960 earthquake hit Agadir, the local cinema Salam was showing Ishiro Honda and Terry O. Morse’s Godzilla, Lord of Monsters! Weirdly enough, it was also one of the several buildings to survive the tragedy. Many years later, Gilles Aubry visits the zone trying to understand how the memory of the seismic happening has survived and is transmitted to the fresh generations. Shot inside the cinema and in the surroundings of Agadir, the movie is driven by an abstract soundtrack recorded on location.
Description: Dennis and his filmmaker mate decide to join his parents in Tuscany where they are spending the summer holiday. Dennis is not in the greatest of moods. His past and his choices seem to loom over him, to haunt him even in the golden and warm sun of Tuscany. His mate tries to unblock his silences, unsuccessfully. Dennis seems to be hurting. Only skating feels a bit like a momentary peace of mind. His parents do not ask, and Dennis does not tell.
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This is the shorter of the two featurettes on the DVD of Ladder 49, at a well-paced 13 and a half minutes. A tribute to firemen, it gives a brief peek into their lives, as delivered by interviews with them and their families(it was the right choice to barely even contain John Travolta, and no one else from Hollywood).They talk about the legacy of the job, the generational nature of it for many, the unpredictability, the long waits leading to practical jokes at every other's expense and yet they instantly abandon that when that alarm goes off, the experience of finding kids inside the buildings and the nice sense of fulfillment that it is to be able to rescue others.This is what the movie itself wanted to be, yet when they added production values(and thus increased their audience), all it led to was a two hour recruitment ad. What that meant to be, this is. Real, inspiring, beautiful(and not sappy or self-important) and haunting.There is some disturbing content in this. I suggest this to anyone who wants to know more about firefighters. 8/10
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