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Description: Nearly 10,000 kids in Britain visit a parent in prison each week, BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Catey Sexton gives a humane and sensitive insight into their lives in this documentary made for Kids in Need (1980).
Description: How can an artist explore abstraction by the beginning of the 20th century and nobody is noticing? A woman, misjudged and concealed, rocks the art globe with her mind-blowing oeuvre. Hilma af Klint was a pioneer creating her first abstract painting in 1906, four years before Vassily Kandinsky. But why was she ignored? Why are her paintings not accessible on the market? This first movie on her is about her life and work, the role of girls in art history and the discovery of an art scandal. Her quest for meaning in life and a boundless thinking led into a timeless, outstanding oeuvre.
Description: Norwegian movie institute celebrates 100 years of Norwegian animated movie with the release Animated for 100 years. Animated in 100 Years 1913-2013, is a special collection of 34 movies on Blu-ray. This is a celebration of Norwegian animation movie with a broad presentation of different films, techniques and directors. The collection spans 100 years of imaginative movie and reflects the technical development and diversity of Norwegian animation. Here is Roald Amundsen On The South Pole (1913), which is one of the first animation made in Norway, the early Caprino movie Melody in the Attic (1950), Morten Skalleruds The Year along the Abandoned Street (1991), which has been voted the greatest Norwegian short movie of all time, the Oscar champion The Danish Poet (2006) and Anita Killis; Mad Boy (2009).
Description: Full length documentary covering the growing interest of American Christians caring for kids in foster care. Broad in scope - filmed in Georgia, Kentucky, Colorado, and California. Many folks outside of the Christian faith have found this movie encouraging and eye opening.
Description: TB is the most deadly infectious illness in history - it has killed over a billion folks in the last 200 years. Multi-BAFTA winning film-maker, Jezza Neumann travelled to Swaziland to create this very intimate acc of the crippling results of MDR-TB. We witness victims from two families war with the illness over the course of a year.
Description: This BBC Three movie follows the first all Asian girls’ cricket squad over the summer holidays as they train for their last ever competition together. The squad started at school four years ago when their only experience of cricket was their dads and brothers watching it on the TV. In spite of this, they took to it like naturals and began winning almost all of the competitions they entered. Last year they lost out on becoming National champions at Kings by only one run.
Description: Britain's drug culture is changing - fast. Cocaine and ecstasy are out and mephedrone, ketamine and GHB are in. Shot in Leeds over the largest party weekend of the year - Halloween and Bonfire Night - this movie gets under the skin of the fresh party drugs. We follow Holly, Tony and Oliver from the dancefloor to the morning after and, with special access to the first specialist 'club drug clinic' outside London, we search out what happens to those who wish to hold going even when the party's over.
Description: With more folks taking a wider range of drugs than ever before, Radio 1 DJ B. Traits meets players and dealers to search out how much they really know about their drugs - and whether they're safe. After a decade working in some of the largest clubs in the world, she worries that many folks have no concept what they're taking, and are being sold drugs that aren't what they think.
Description: Laura Kuenssberg says the inside storyline of how David Cameron's referendum plan backfired, and Vote Leave won. How will this political revolution reshape Britain's politics?
Description: Documentary about the difficult working DJs and producers who have brought electronic dance melody to the forefront of nightlife around the world. Featuring over 35 globe class artists from Derrick Carter to Paul Van Dyk.
Description: It's a terrifying word. But what does it really mean? The newest outbreak of H1N1 is only the recent in a series of deadly global wars between boy and virus. And as scientists learn more about the methods viruses mutate and replicate, an international effort is underway to track and vanquish humanity's most lethal foes.
Description: An experimental metric movie that layers different photos of the Czech automotive, chemical, and massive industries from 2009 to the show and conceptually combines them with aesthetic alterations to the image. Economic crisis and recovery are expressed in varying sharpness, color, saturation, contrast or brightness.
Description: In this one-off documentary, BBC Three examines an upsurge in Islamophobia in America, meeting both Texan anti-Islam groups and American Muslims. Award-winning director and producer Steph Atkinson asks how America got here and whether the fears between these various groups are justified.
Description: Hungry Horse: Legends of the Everyday, is a movie series and photography project created by internationally acclaimed photographer Pieter ten Hoopen in collaboration with MediaStorm. In the films, Pieter touches on the struggles of poverty, drug use, loneliness and loss. But he more accurately captures the spirit of renewal, peace and serenity in the lives of the folks he documents through stunning landscapes and intimate oral histories. Hungry Horse: Legends of the Daily follows the mythical structure of its subjects' lives, Charlie, Katie and Brad Lee, and it is through their stories, and Pieter's strong imagery that we learn about the timeless cycle of adventure, loss and renewal.
Description: MATAMATA AND PILIPILI reclaims an necessary episode in Congolese cultural history, while exploring the complex terrain of colonial relationships, media representations, and famous culture.
Description: Due to rising sea levels, the Maldives and its culture is on the brink. In this travel present with purpose, we meet young folks taking action on the frontlines of change.
Description: One man's adventure and transformation from rap artist to globe renown business mogul. This documentary examines his grass roots operation, as he builds a brand into an empire from the trunk of his vehicle in the roads of Atlanta.
Description: This documentary is set at Lee Perry's mountain top home and studio in Switzerland and details some of the current sessions for the original studio recording of "Revelation". It focuses on Lee's work in collaboration with multi-instrumentalist Steve Marshall in both his engineering and his producer ("John Saxon") roles.
Description: The first and last 12 frames of each video file taken on our trip to Dublin. The footage is zoomed in to 300% scale and the co-ordiantes of the zone cropped are randomly generated numbers that change each 12 frames, making the frame float around through the footage with no control over the zone is being shown. The soundtrack is 0.5 second snippets of various travel vlog videos of Dublin.
Description: Soviet wartime cameramen accompanied the fighting units of the Red Units on foot, aboard their tanks, and in their aircraft to movie this epochal documentary of the War of Moscow that halted the vaunted and---until then, unstoppable---German fight machine cold in its tracks.
Description: A teenager called Aditya attends the Autism Care Nepal Society’s School of inclusive education. Together with his mother - Jyoti, the man spends each day of his life. It is not simple for him to create fresh friends, because his form of autism implies an extraordinary response to noise, sounds, and strangers. The school teachers and those who are close to Adityas, strive to prepare this man for the independent adult life. But in the school - Aditya is not alone.
Description: Eddie Izzard pushes his body and sense of humour to the limit for Sport Relief as he takes on an immense challenge - travelling to South Africa to run 27 marathons in 27 days to tag the 27 years that his character Nelson Mandela spent in prison. It is a gruelling, uplifting and hilarious adventure through baking heat, high streets and hospitals - but can Eddie create it to the final finish line?
Description: Water and energy are the two fundamental components of a society, and they are interconnected. Thirst for Power, shot on zone across France, California, and Texas, explores the history of civilization’s quest to procure abundant water and energy — from ancient Roman aqueducts in Europe to modern America’s vast hydroelectric infrastructure. The movie explores our dependence on water for energy as well as vulnerabilities in our actual systems. Changing the method we think about water and energy can safe the long-term sustainability of both precious resources. The documentary is adapted from Dr. Michael E. Webber’s ebook Thirst for Power: Energy, Water, and Human Survival. Combining anecdotes and private stories with insights into the recent science of energy and water, both the ebook and the documentary identify a hopeful path toward wise long-range water-energy decisions and a more reliable and abundant future for humanity.
Description: You will explore a mysterious globe where monuments of the nice civilizations of the past intertwined with the corners of unspoiled nature, you will defeat the highest peaks and wonderful caves, you will dive into the refreshing coolness of emerald lakes and living fairy tale medieval east. The roar of wind and the murmur of flowing mountain streams complement the testing of the Kyrgyz music, taking you in the unbelievable globe - Kyrgyzstan. Travel Documentary hosted by Vitaliy Podstrechniy and Yulia Podstrechnaya
Description: In the United States, many kids die every year from neglect, due to reasons similar to the religious practice of their parents who are not allowed to seek for a doctor, even in the situation of a life-saving emergency. A glimpse into the life of those families who are followers of the healing faith: for them, only prayer and God could heal their members.
Description: Primal Fear" goes beyond the innate terror associated with our deepest fears to examine the history, psychology, and science behind what scares us most. Every fear - being burned alive under six feet of suffocating dirt, the strike of a lethal snake, terrorist attacks that can occur at any time - will be explored by looking at its history, the science behind it, and contemporary survivor stories that relate what a near-death experience was like.
Description: Police closed the situation of the infamous Boston Strangler when handyman Albert De Salvo confessed to the grisly murder of 13 women. But newest forensic evidence reveals that in at least one of the murders - and possibly all of them - police may have had the wrong man. Some even theorize that the strangler may be walking gratis today. Now, the National Geographic Channel investigates in The Hunt for the Boston Strangler.
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Falconry is merely the entry mission into a globe of international intrigue and global terrorist networks, which are the real focus of this gripping documentary. Prepare to have your preconceptions jostled as you sink ever deeper into a realm known by few, and seemingly, a realm that many strong forces want to remain unknown.The film's protagonist, Alan Parrot, seems by all accounts to be an unlikely hero: Mild mannered, a loner, a Caucasian American convert to Sikhism. But don't allow the quiet demeanor fool you. Mr. Parrot is a fearless defender of the object of passion: Falcons the globe over. In fact, he has made it his point in life to save them from poachers and the black market, as well as the diluting of their gene pool through the lucrative creation of hybrids. Mr. Parrot create a fascinating a subject.'Feathered Cocaine' is stunning, revelatory, and not to be missed.
Feathered Cocaine is a riveting and bold documentary movie about the globe of falcon smuggling. This illegal, lucrative trade has had a serious impact on the sustainability of falcons and if kept intact, should destroy the entire population.Allan Parrot's remarkable tale reveals governmental corruption and the networking of royal Arab families and terrorist groups. His unyielding spirit and passion for his falcons is his sole weapon to defend these majestic birds of prey. Feathered Cocaine by Thorkell Hardarson and Orn Marino Arnarson is an amazing, very well crafted film, probably one of the bravest documentaries out there! An absolute must-see film!
Storyline of the illegal trade in falcons that is rapidly wiping out the falcon populations across the globe. The falcon's are brought to the Middle East where they are used for hunting. Unfortunately the birds can't survive there and they end up dying with in a month of their arrival. Alan Parrot, an American falconer who was responsible for the begin of the falcon trade, is actually fighting to stop what amounts to the wholesale destruction of the birds and the environment. Worse is the fact that the large camps where the falcons are used for hunting have been linked at the means at which terrorists receive supplies, notification and money. However in an industry where one bird can be sold for few million dollars (they are more valuable than cocaine) no one wants to stop it because it means they won't receive paid.Scary movie is for the most part very enlightening and revealing about the method things seem to work in the world. This is clearly a case where cash and oil talk since more than once it was known that Osama Bin Laden and his cronies were falconing but no one did anything. Worse it a movie where we are shown the environmental hurt being done that no one (especially in Mongolia or the former Soviet states) wants to stop because there is simply too much cash to be made.While the topics of the movie is ten out of ten, the movie itself is only a seven because its pacing is bit off. There are too many repeated or related shots of the birds on peaches or in captivity and too much of the birds flying in the first half of the film. Its a bit too leisurely to begin with the effect that as the movie goes farther and farther down the rabbit hole in the final half hour everything feels rushed.Very much worth seeing because it sheds light on a part of life we know nothing about, but which influences the method we live.
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