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Description: Jakub, by the Czech filmmaker Jana Sevciková, presents an extensive ethnographical-sociological study of the life of the Ruthenians, filmed in the Maramuresh mountains in the north of Romania and in the former Sudetenland in Western Bohemia. The movie was made over a period of five years during the time of both totalitarian regimes and was finished in 1992 after the revolution.
Description: Plotless and wordless, beautifully edited shots of young (often naked or semi-naked) folks in different positions, illustrating various emotions, actions and situations, underlined by rock music.
Description: Like the majority of young Kenyans, Juma dreams of a better life abroad. His girlfriend has left to work in Qatar, allowing the young boy to totally thrust himself into his work as a “companion” to elderly European girls who spend their vacations at local resort hotels. Danish filmmaker Emil Langballe records in feature what appears to be a budding love affair between Juma and a middle-aged British woman. The documentary turns out to be a real-life ver of Ulrich Seidl’s detail Paradise: Love, investigating local female sex tourism based on a false sense of romance.
Description: What happens back scene of a large theatre production? This document asserts the incidents that occurred during the rehearsals and run of a large scale Mexican musical, a present that unexpectedly turned into an attempt to verify that popular quote that told "the present gotta go on": laugh, tears, victory, deception, friendship and resignation.
Description: There are athletes with a career that not only manages to bring them to the top of their field, but has the ability to reveal the complexities of the globe of sports. A excellent example is the boxer Sergio "Maravilla" Martinez, who, despite being one of the rampaging warriors in his class, had to give up his championship game and leave it in the hands of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., son of the Mexican boxing legend. How a real winner gets his crown, his honor back? How to defend their dignity vs corruption of sport's mercantilism?
Description: This documentary movie is about one of Georgia's regions - Racha. The game of the movie is taken from the name of one of Racha's high mountain villages. It says about the poorest in society living in the mountains and the rise of the SSSR. The product of a remarkable collaboration between the first Georgian female filmmaker and the leading Georgian avant-garde artist David Kakabadze.
Description: Away to Me is a detail length documentary that takes its audience on a visually spectacular adventure across the world, following three national champions from the US, Canada and South Africa as they prepare for and then compete in a major international tournament in one of the world’s truly quirky and delicious sports — sheepdog trialing.
Description: Both during and after pregnancy, yoga is a excellent method to firm your body, build strength, and gain flexibility. These two yoga practices, filmed in a serene garden overlooking the Pacific Ocean, are also a unbelievable method to maintain emotional balance and reduce stress during the exciting and often hectic times surrounding the birth of a child. In the prenatal sequence you'll practice secure and easy movements intended to strengthen and tone your body at any scene of pregnancy, while providing relaxation that will support make a luminous zone in which your baby will thrive. The postnatal sequence is designed to redefine your body, restore your energy, and support you reconnect to yourself and your own wellness.
Description: Filmmaker Jennifer Di Cresce follows Peter Ferentzy, PhD., a controversial creator and addictions expert though a tangle of career ambitions, love and dysfunction. When evidence of Peter's own crack addiction starts to surface, Jennifer contends with the compromised aims of his "harm reduction" advocacy.
Description: Caudillo is a documentary movie by Spanish movie director Basilio Martín Patino. It follows the military and political career of Francisco Franco and the most necessary moments of the Spanish Civil War. It uses footage from both sides of the war, melody from the period and voice-over testimonies of different people.
Description: This documentary, filmed clandestinely, is based on few interviews with the executioners who worked in Spain during the early 1970s, as well as families of folks executed by them.
Description: This is a video for those seeking notification and visual demonstration of the correct ways of employing night vision gear during low-light tactical operations. Helpful nighttime training drills that the viewer can replicate are the core of this particular video. The “VOL I” descriptor suggests this is the first of a series of training videos, and more of the series are yet to come.
Description: Originally a law enforcement tool, the mug shot has deviated from its fundamental purpose as a source of criminal identification. It has been sensationalized through celebritydom, exploited by the leniency of freedom of information, and has captivated the attention of the art world. Mugshot explores the private stories of those whose lives have been transformed by these iconic photographs.
Description: The Chinese create everything and the Malagasy fix everything. The folks of Madagascar pride themselves on producing things out of nothing: tires transformed into shoes, oil lamps made out of light bulbs, wheelbarrows fashioned from scrap metal. You see ingenuity, not underdevelopment, in their practices. A return to a conservationist lifestyle that encourages recycling, fraternity and self-reliance is entirely of the moment and makes excellent sense in the midst of a global economic crisis. Will the globe pay attention? Filmmaker Nantenaina Lova venerates the family business, the intelligent artisan, the resourceful craftsman and those who possess the ability to make using daily objects. The Malagasy Method is a poetic, proverb-packed lesson in creativity and resistance that offers new logic on how to live. By cultivating lifes treasuressharing, ancestral knowledge, a nice soul and the sweetness in bitternessthe Malagasy hope to teach the Western superpowers a thing or two.
Description: Thomas, the protagonist of this autobiographical film, lives with his husband Felipe in Geneva. They are both movie students who love every another and also like women. However, these love triangles effect in jealousy, and Thomas has a troubled relationship with his parents. This intimate and exuberant movie presents an impressively honest and melodramatic snapshot of a phase in a life
Description: Memory mechanisms are mysterious: we only see the stories we select in order to construct our own reality. Each tag is a message in time, the invocation of an absence. To travel in the memory is to walk in time, zigzagging, a long street permeated by a dark, indecipherable logic… if we should select seven moments to sum up our whole life, which ones would they be? The Dance of the Memory is a documentary-essay that tutorials us in that autobiographical search, where photo and memory intertwine. It mixes archive material with an aesthetic and subjective tone.
Description: Sarah is a debt collector who lives among the inhabitants of the village of Guimbal on the island of Panay. She wants to search the young boy who appeared to her in a dream and goes to the island of Negros. Here, as she interacts with the inhabitants, Sarah continues her search, gathering memories of life and war, dreams, myths, legends, songs and stories that she takes part in and at times revolve around her. She is the daughter of an ancient mermaid, a revolutionary, a primordial element, a virgin who was kidnapped and hidden away from the sunlight. “The movie is a retelling of fragments of the American occupation. Dialogue, shot in the Hiligaynon language, is not translated but used as a tonal tutorial and a software for narration. Using unscripted scenes shot where the main hero was asked to merely interact with the villagers, I discard dialogue and draw meaning from peoples’ faces, voices, and actions, weaving an entirely various storyline through the test of subtitles and inter-titles.”
Description: The tale of an activist’s adventure during the turbulent years of Martial Law, until his capture in the mountains and the dark, nine years of imprisonment that followed, leading to his birth as a poet.
Description: Sixty-seven-year-old Nissim Kahlon made his home in a cave he dug, in a limestone cliff under the Apollonia National Park, on the North of the Herzliya coast, 15 kilometers north of modern Tel Aviv. For years he lived in this cave, without electricity or running water. Today the “home” that he built out of anything and everything – rocks, trash, sand – includes countless caves and tunnels, and Nissim insists on continuing to work on it each day. His work never ends. Nissim’s son, eighteen-year-old Moshe, who was born in the cave and will later join the military, is moving in with him. Together they work to dig out the cave in which he will live. Through their difficult work, a complex relationship between father and son is revealed
Description: A diffraction of the autobiography using family footage filmed between the 1940s and today, this "science fiction documentary" creates multiple "I"s and transcends a storyline of mourning
Description: The idea of machine-made knit was known as early as the 1850s, but it was only during the 1920s that the quality of the material had improved. When the plant known as "Atlas" was introduced in 1931, the store windows drew a lot of attention, and Aho & Soldan was ordered to create a promotional film. In this well-paced film, we see the jersey production step by step.
Description: On 17 May 1931, the young director Mário Peixoto released his masterpiece "Limite" in a premiere in Capitólio Theater in Rio de Janeiro to astonished audiences bewildered by the impressive and poetic images. Considered by many viewers the greatest Brazilian film ever made, this detail has never been released commercially. However, in a nice paradox, Mário Peixoto has never made any another movie. The director Sérgio Machado pays a nice tribute to the life and work Mário Peixoto a.k.a. Maçarico by his close mates with this documentary, using his diary; footages of "Limite", the never concluded "Onde a Terra Acaba" (1933) and the short "O Homem do Morcego" (1980); and interesting testimonies of Olga Breno, Ruy Solberg, Nelson Pereira dos Santos and Walter Salles among others.
Description: Festival panafricain d'Alger is a documentary by William Klein of the melody and dance festival held 40 years ago in the roads and in venues all across Algiers. Klein follows the preparations, the rehearsals, the concerts… He blends photos of interviews made to writers and advocates of the freedom movements with stock images, thus allowing him to touch on such matters as colonialism, neocolonialism, colonial exploitation, the struggles and wars of the revolutionary movements for Independence.
Description: When Ariel was just 33, his legs were shredded by an industrial dough mixer in Mendoza, Argentina. He became a living embodiment of the ongoing duel between boy and machine. From that mission on, he began to rediscover the meaning of freedom: to rebuild his broken identity, hold his family together and design his own prosthetic legs. Following Ariel for 10 years from the time of the accident, director Laura Bari has created an intimate and metaphorical portrait of Ariel’s newfound transhumanity, juxtaposing his everyday life with dreamlike inner worlds—and pushing the boundary between the true and the imaginary.
Description: From Brooklyn to the Bronx, Soho to Greenwich, Union Square to Wall Street... Join us and the friends, collaborators and gallery owners who supported Jean-Michel Basquiat throughout his life. The first ever recognized graffiti artist, who saw international success as a neo-expressionist painter in the 80s, Basquiat is a real contemporary character who died at the peak of his career.
Description: Drop out of school to ride with the Merry Pranksters. Form America’s most enduring jam band. Become a family boy and father. Never stop chasing the muse. Bob Weir took his own path to and through superstardom as rhythm guitarist for The Grateful Dead. Mike Fleiss re-imagines the entire wild adventure in this magnetic rock doc and concert film, with memorable input from bandmates, contemporaries, followers, family, and, of course, the inimitable Bob Weir himself.
Description: From Fresh York Town to the farmlands of the Midwest, there are 50,000 Chinese restaurants in the U.S., yet one dish in particular has conquered the American culinary landscape with a force befitting its military moniker—“General Tso’s Chicken.” But who was General Tso and how did this dish become so ubiquitous? Ian Cheney’s delightfully insightful documentary charts the history of Chinese Americans through the surprising origins of this sticky, sweet, just-spicy-enough dish that we’ve adopted as our own.
Description: Just 60 miles north of Fresh York Town sits the poverty-stricken city of Newburgh, where, in 2009, four boys were arrested for a plan to bomb two Jewish centers in the Bronx. But their leader, a suspicious Pakistani businessman planted by the government as an informant, led these boys straight into the hands of the authorities. With unlimited footage gathered from hidden cameras, directors David Heilbroner and Kate Davis investigate just what homegrown terrorism truly means in this shocking and galvanizing exposé.
Description: On the island of Tanna, a part of Vanuatu, an archipelago in Melanesia, strange rites are enacted and time passes slowly while the inhabitants await the return of the mysterious John.
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This documentary interviews recovered patients and graduates in psychiatry and modern medicine in relation to mental illness.The movie describes the history of treatment (or lack thereof) in medicinal treatment of the mentally ill. Then the movie asserts that the brain and body's functionality is closely correlated with the nutritional content consumed by people. It is also explained that psychiatry is heavily biased by the pharmaceutical industry and the movie attempts to contrast this view with the concept that mental illnesses are often treatable with nutrition and full understanding of the disease rather than treated with prescriptions and or held in an institution for the remainder of one's living years.It's very concise and informational. The interviewed approach these issues with a reasonable and 'human' approach, without fanaticism about any sort of "miracle cure".I highly suggest this for anyone interested or studying in Psychology, nutrition, and or psychiatry.
I was once on anti-psychotic medications for schizophrenia and I wasn't doing well. The drugs were taking my life by diminishing all my vital organs and destroying my confidence in taking care of myself. I didn't quite know it at the time, but the meds had given me cancer in a several parts of my body. I was shown this documentary a several months after it's release and I instantly dedicated my life to the method of living described in this movie: to learn how to control your own health.This treatment way was developed in the 1950s & 1960s, but just like the concept of taking care of your own health, it could everytime be in an experimental stage. No matter the mental or physical condition, I search this documentary supports anybody live a proper balance.After a several years of work on myself and a several close calls, I am thriving extremely well, despite the "death sentence" of a diagnosis that is schizophrenia. It all began with universally respectful research the scientists offer in this movie.The film could've been place together in a more artistic format to create it more entertaining, but since the content is so necessary and accurate, it still gets 10/10 from me.
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