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Description: A documentary devoted to the storyline of Portland, Oregon's Rose Town Rollers roller derby league. The project attempts to respond the question why this revival of the 1970's sport has become a staple in Portland.
Description: This movie covers the early history of post Globe Fight II educational films, especially those involving traffic security by the Highway Security Foundation under direction of Richard Wayman. In the name of promoting secure driving in teenagers, these movies became notorious for their gory depiction of accidents to shock their audiences to create their point. The movie also covers the role of security movies of this era, their result on North American teenage culture, the struggle between idealism and lurid exploitation and how they reflected the larger society concerns of the time that adults projected onto their youth.
Description: Documentary about the modern apocalypse caused by a rapacious banking system. 23 leading thinkers – frustrated at the failure of their respective disciplines – break their silence to explain how the globe really works.
Description: The learning curve jumps yet again as users from both leagues step up their minigame and give chase to the squads that have been dominating the pro paintball circuit. Fresh rivals emerge as squads like Aftermath, Infamous and Hurt claim win at national events. Dynasty gets their first NXL win and Todd Martinez takes down the field at the MAO. The Ironmen nearly victory BOTH series titles, and prove to be an unstoppable force at Globe Cup. For some, the tournament is still their life, and conquer is not an option. For others, they're dead before they step onto the field. BRING OUT YOUR DEAD.
Description: This acclaimed documentary -- made by one of the fashion worlds most sought after casting directors -- picks up where Paris is Burning left off, focusing on a group of six NYC lesbians who dress and identify as men, blurring the lines between butch dyke and trans-male identities. For our guest host, writer-artist-performer and member of NY's own House of Ladosha, Juliana Huxtable, the movie explores “the complexities of how desire is negotiated between the multitude of gender types in the ballroom community."
Description: Russian nationalism percolates in a castle outside Moscow, where Mikhail Morozov guidelines autonomously over young initiates, laying the groundwork for a rapidly growing right-wing movement.
Description: Each spring, Hollywood hosts a very species-specific migration: kids. Thousands of aspiring kid actors flock to Tinseltown for pilot season, the traditional casting period for fresh network and cable tv shows. But unlike adult actors who pound the same star-lined pavement, children come with their families. Many set up camp at the Oakwood, a temporary housing complex that caters to the showbiz flock. While their tiny Angelinas and mini Brads audition for armies of ruthless agents and TV executives, the parents gotta manage sky-high expectations and thin skins, including their own
Description: Dziga Vertov-directed Soviet newsreel covering: Starving kids / Requisitioning of valuables possessed by the Russian Orthodox Church / Fundraising flights in help of the hungry / Trial of the Socialist Revolutionaries
Description: A father loses his short-term memory as the effect of a botched medical procedure which causes him to develop Wernicke's Encephalopathy. Koreeda chronicles his family’s war to obtain proper treatment and benefits from this devastating malpractice. Without Memory is an unabashed protest vs the government and its disregard for health care. However, the movie is also rich with thematic concerns, namely memory and loss, which infuse his soon fiction films.
Description: University of Texas student Duane Graves chronicles his charismatic childhood chum Rene Moreno, a San Antonio native with Down Syndrome, in this playful, stirring, remarkably special portrait documentary.
Description: Elementality, Volume One offers an introduction to the Element brand, philosophy and team. Volume One also takes you on tour across the U.S. and abroad with footage of the whole squad including some of Element's up and coming squad riders.
Description: The Winter Fight was an epic life and death struggle that changed the course of Globe Fight II, and saved a democracy. Fire and Ice documents this timeless storyline of courage vs all odds by a folks united to preserve their freedom.
Description: In an interview at age 84, Chuck Jones (1912-2000) talks about his life, particularly his childhood: he describes an adventurous uncle; his mother, who never told no; his father, a critical and abusive boy who had his uses; Chuck's going to art school and studying the human body; success as an animator; and, old age. As he talks, we also see clips from his work, we watch him draw, and easy animation illustrates parts of his story. He talks about growing up on Sunset Boulevard, going to the beach, his enjoyment of Tag Twain, his mother's loving creativity, the connection of his personality to some of his cartoon characters, and the joy of being alive.
Description: I’m in the South of France. My base? The high-tech playing ground for Formula One Circuit Paul Ricard. My mission? To search search my favorite vehicle of the year. There's a pair of Ferraris, the V12, 6.3 litre FF and the 458. There’s the UK challenger to the 458, McLaren’s MP4-12C. The recent gizmo-laden Nissan GTR, Porsche's GT2 RS, the 570-horsepower Lamborghini Performante and the fun BMW 1M. Supporting me are The Stig and Formula One fresh boy, Karun Chandhok. I look into the future, in the shape of the hybrid-engined Mugen Honda CR-Z, And there are blasts from the past as well. The pretty Eagle Speedster a modern twist on the iconic, timeless E-Type, with its 4.7 litre engine and an eye-watering £500,000 price tag. And there's the all fresh Jensen Interceptor R with its 6.2 litre Corvette motor. The mighty Brutus, a vintage vehicle fitted with a flame-spitting BMW airplane engine. Also the single-seater, B.A.C. Mono - capable of 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. What more should you want?...
Description: Requiem for Billy the Child recounts the life of Billy the Kid. The premise of the movie is an investigation into the often-challenged circumstances that led to the death of the 21-year old outlaw in the hands of sheriff Pat Garrett on July 14, 1881. As we follow the modern sheriff on camera, off camera Billy the Kid, played by Kris Kristofferson, gives his own acc of the events. Part poetic evocation, part road-movie, Requiem for Billy the Child is essentially homage to the western category and to the folks who today still live up to that life.
Description: Exploring the rough and tumble globe of hockey, Academy Award champion Alex Gibney ("Taxi to the Dark Side") looks at the globe of the NHL enforcers and specifically the career of Chris "Knuckles" Nilan who helped the Montreal Canadiens victory the Stanley Cup.
Description: This documentary on The UFO Phenomenon aims to present that some UFOs may be extraterrestrial and that secrecy and ridicule are regularly employed to hold the truth about UFOs hidden.
Description: Lasseter-San, Arigato! depicts the 2002 trip by few employees of Studio Ghibli to promote the film Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi (Spirited Away) in North America. It was originally made as a personal thank-you gift from Ghibli to John Lasseter, the Lasseter-San of the title. The present appears related to a home movie, or personal documentary. This footage contains snippets from some of Miyazaki's films, as well as some Pixar shorts. The most striking part were clips from Porco Rosso, interchanging with photos of Miyazaki flying a red double-decker.
Description: A tribute to the spirit and humanity of folks who are physically various from the average: very tall and very huge boys and women, a bearded girl and her long-time husband, Siamese twins joined at the midsection, and few tiny folks including actor Billy Barty. We meet some at Gibsonton, Florida, where carnival folk winter. They talk about their lives and accomplishments. The camera also goes on the street to visit a grandfather with a distinctive face, a legless mechanic from Kentucky on a second honeymoon in LA, a marathon runner and motivational speaker who has no feet, a karate student with partial limbs, and an armless, down-to-earth mom in Texas.
Description: Nightmare Factory, directed by Donna Davies (Zombiemania), is the storyline of how one Pittsburgh boy’s fascination with creatures drove him to the very top of the Hollywood meal chain. In 1989, Greg Nicotero, much to his parents’ chagrin, quit medical school and headed for Hollywood to pursue a dream of making monsters. Together with gore masters Howard Berger and Robert Kurtzman, Nicotero went on to make KNB EFX Group, one of the most prolific makeup results studios in the world. After twenty years as the “go to guy” for the world’s most successful horror/sci-fi films, Greg Nicotero is the first one directors like Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez call.
Description: In this classic 1969 documentary, the Boy in Black is captured at his peak, the first of many in a looming roller-coaster career. New on the heels of his Folsom Prison album, Money reveals the dark intensity and raw talent that made him a country melody star and cultural icon. Director Robert Elfstrom got closer than any another filmmaker to Cash, who is seen performing with his fresh bride June Carter Cash, in a rare duet with Bob Dylan, and behind the scenes with friends, family and aspiring young musicians.
Description: Is December 21, 2012 the end of the globe as we know it? Climate change seems inevitable with countless hurricanes, earthquakes and innumerable disasters around the world in newest years. What did the ancient Maya know and why did they zone such significance on this date? As we near the final date of the Mayan Calendar, mankind gotta face what is perhaps the most hard hurdle of all…a profound change in ourselves. This enigmatic movie unveils the another side to the 2012 engima
Description: Cunnamulla, 800 kilometres west of Brisbane, is the end of the railway line. In the months leading up to a scorching Christmas in the bush, there's a lot more going on than the annual lizard race. Here, Aboriginal and white Australians live together but apart. Creativity struggles vs indifference, eccentricity vs conformity.
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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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