See Flight Characteristics of the on youtube.
See P 51B FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS on youtube.
See Airplane Movies: How to Fly a on youtube.
See Flight Characteristics on youtube.
See 8th Air Force Fighter Pilots & on youtube.
See P-51 Mustang - Warbirds of WWI on youtube.
See Fighting & Flying with the P-5 on youtube.
See Flying the Vought F4U "Co on youtube.
See Conquest Of The Air Over Europ on youtube.
See B-29 Flight Procedure And Comb on youtube.
Description: A detail documentary about one of the best sportsmen ever. Darko Kralj (the King) is the only sportsman in the history of sports who has beaten a globe record in his genre five times in a row at one globe championship! A Croatian paralympic, seriously wounded in 1991 during the fight in Croatia, Darko Kralj almost died. Doctors didn't expect him to survive. Today, he lives with a wife and three sons, the eldest one being the one Darko is the most attached to. A related destiny brought them together; the child has lost his biological father in the war. Tereza, his wife, has her own life story. Towards the end of this unusual life story, we shall receive a clearer understanding of where Darko's strength and wonderful love for life comes from...
Description: Lighter and livelier than the movies Jean-Luc Godard had made in France, his U.S. collaboration with Direct Cinema documentarian D. A. Pennebaker was meant to be One A.M., as in “one American movie”; but Godard quit the project and the U.S., where to his dismay he discovered that revolution wasn’t imminent, and Pennebaker edited Godard’s material, to which he and Richard Leacock even added a bit more, releasing the effect as One P.M., as in “one parallel movie.” It’s a stunning mixture of cinéma-vérité, political theater, and interviews of key sixties figures.
Description: This documentary deals with faith, human aging, a struggle to fulfill your vision and above all - one particular building. In its poetical minimalism the movie observes the construction of the fresh Latvian National Library, which has become a metaphor for a temple, a boiling-point for an whole nation.
Description: Australian born movie maker George (Mad Max) Miller offers a private view of Australian films. He suggests that they can be regarded as visual music, public dreaming, mythology, and song-lines. In extrapolating the concept of films as song-lines he examines detail movies under the following genres : songs of the land ; the bushman ; the convicts ; the bush-rangers ; friends and larrikins ; the digger ; pommy bashing ; the sheilas ; gays ; the wogs ; blackfellas ; urban subversion. He then concludes that these movies can be thought of as "Hymns that sing of Australia
Description: A Kartemquin Movies production for ESPN Films' critically acclaimed "30 for 30" series... On February 13, 1993, 17-year-old Bethel High School basketball star Allen Iverson entered a Hampton, Virginia bowling alley with few classmates. It was supposed to be an ordinary evening, but it became a night that defined Iverson's young life: a quarrel later erupted into a brawl pitting Iverson's young, black mates vs a group of older white men. The fallout from the war and the handling of the subsequent trial landed the nation's greatest high school athlete in jail and sharply divided the town along racial lines. Oscar nominee Steve James (Hoop Dreams) returns to his hometown of Hampton, where he once played basketball, to take a private look at this still disputed incident and examine its impact on Iverson and the shared community.
Description: Meet John G Morris, 95, a legend of photojournalism, whose unerring eye for the greatest shot has moved and changed the world. Morris, former Picture Editor of Life Magazine & Fresh York Times was instrumental in the early years of Magnum with his mates and peers Robert Capa & Henri Cartier Bresson. This movie covers serious subjects; the coverage of conflict through photojournalism, a sensitive view of humanity and a find for peace in the world.
Description: On the south face of Annapurna, at 7,400 metres, Iñaki Ochoa de Olza is dying. His rope companion sounds the alarm. And, from the another side of the world, the largest rescue attempt in the history of the Himalayas gets underway. For four days a dozen boys including some of the greatest mountaineers in the world, from ten countries, set out to test to rescue their stricken comrade. Even beyond his peaks Iñaki is an exceptional man. As exceptional as the rescue attempt itself and the boys who risked their lives to save him. Exceptional because their one driving rule is to live. To live in the only method possible: with pure intensity and honesty.
Description: This documentary is a combination between a Kiss concert and the members of the early 90s Kiss talking about random stuff. This short film will give you some great live footage, perfect tunes, and a nice look at the chemistry of the Kiss of the early 90s. It's quite interesting to see how much animosity that Eric Singer seems to have towards the makeup, and how even though they talk about it in the documentary, it seems to be a forbidden topics around the band members. The vintage footage doesn't sound to great, but it's still nice to see Gene spitting blood. The strippers were an unexpected surprise, and the fact that one of the girls in the crowd who revealed herself and got groped was a bit of a jaw dropper to me, but whatever. A nice treat for anyone who wants to see what the band was like live in the non makeup days.
Description: A large fanatic of The Beatles growing up in the 60s, Seth Swirsky noticed that whenever he heard someone relating a storyline about themselves and The Beatles, he was "all ears". So, starting in 2005, he sought out and filmed those with never before heard, "Beatles Stories". Written by Mike Pope
Description: The Evening Parade collector’s edition performance details the Marine Band, the Marine Drum and Bugle Corps and the Silent Drill Platoon. The unrivaled splendor and pageantry of this most regal affair will create you stand up and cheer these fabulous Marines on parade. The Evening Parade is a marine video produced by Nice To Go Video
Description: Hidden Colors 2 is the follow up to the critically acclaimed 2011 documentary about the untold history of folks of African and aboriginal descent. This installment of Hidden Colors goes into subject such as the global African presence, the science of melanin, the truth about the prison industrial complex, how thriving black economic communities were undermined in America, and the hidden truth about Native Americans.
Description: A road lvl view from the sidewalk, looking along the length of 23rd Street. Following actuality footage of pedestrians and road traffic, the actors, a boy in summer attire and a girl in an ankle-length dress, walk toward the camera.
Description: The Startup Children is a documentary about young web entrepreneurs in the U.S. and Europe. It includes interviews with founders of Vimeo, Dropbox, Soundcloud and more who talk about how they started their company and their lives as an entrepreneur. Along with that folks from the tech stage speaks about the startup environment including the venture capitalist Tim Draper and MG Siegler, tech blogger at Techcrunch.
Description: Wintertime in Lyon. About a dozen people, boys and women, are having a snowball war in the middle of a tree-lined street. The cyclist coming along the street becomes the goal of opportunity. He falls off his bicycle. He's not hurt, but he rides back the method he came, as the war continues.
Description: Annie Oakley was probably the most popular marksman/woman in the globe when this short clip was produced in Edison's Black Maria studio in West Orange, Fresh Jersey. Barely five feet tall, Annie was everytime associated with the wild west, although she was born in 1860 as Phoebe Ann Oakley Mozee (or Moses)in Darke County, Ohio. Nevertheless, she was a staple in the Buffalo Bill Wild West Present and related wild west companies. Because of her diminutive stature, she was billed as "Little Sure Shot." The boy assisting her is this appearance is probably her husband, Frank E. Butler. Annie had outshot Butler (a popular dead-eye marksman himself) in a shooting contest in the 1880's. Instead of nursing his bruised ego because he had been throughly outgunned by a woman, Butler fell in love, married Tiny Sure Shot, and became her manager.
Description: Two dancers perform in succession facing a stationary camera. The first is in a diaphanous skirt, held out by her hands with arms extended. She smiles, wearing butterfly wings on her back and the wings of Mercury in her hair. Her dance emphasizes the movement of her visible, bare legs. She kicks high, bows, and moves to her right and left. The second dancer has a voluminous, long skirt, and holds sticks in every hand attached to the skirt's outer edges, so that the emphasis is on the swirling patterns the skirt makes, often obscuring her unsmiling face. Her feet transport tiny on the unadorned stage; changes in the color of the lens filter accent the swirling patterns.
Description: A Trip Down Store Road is a 13-minute actuality movie recorded by placing a film camera on the front of a cable vehicle as it travels down San Francisco’s Store Street. A virtual time capsule from over 100 years ago, the movie shows many features of everyday life in a major American city, including the transportation, fashions and architecture of the era. The movie starts at 8th Road and continues eastward to the cable vehicle turntable, at The Embarcadero, in front of the San Francisco Ferry Building. It was produced by the four Miles brothers: Harry, Herbert, Earle and Joe. Harry J. Miles cranked the Bell & Howell camera during the filming.
Description: The camera platform was on the front of a Fresh York subway train following other train on the same track. Lighting is provided by a specially constructed work vehicle on a parallel track. At the time of filming, the subway was only seven months old, having opened on October 27, 1904. The ride starts at 14th Road (Union Square) following the route of today's east side IRT, and ends at the old Grand Central Station, built by Cornelius Vanderbuilt in 1869. The Grand Central Station in test today was not finished until 1913.
Description: The movie is in four parts. First, the camera pans the Kremlin and Marshal's Bridge. Sleds are parked in rows. Horse-drawn sleighs run up and down a busy street. Next, we visit the mushroom and fish store where common folks work and shop. In Petrovsky Park are the well-to-do. Boys are in nice coats. A file of six or seven girls ski past on a narrow lane. Last, there's a general view of Moscow. A slow pan takes us to a view above the river front where the movie began.
Description: This is a compilation of 3 movies in the Westinghouse series of shorts filmed in April and May of 1904, and contained in the 3-disk boxed DVD set named "More Treasures from American Movie Archives, 1894-1931" (2004), compiled by the National Movie Preservation Foundation from 5 American movie archives. It is preserved by the Museum of Modern Art, has a running time of about 5½ mins and an added piano melody score.
Description: It's 1973 and young Fresh Zealand couple Kim and Janeen have run away to Europe and joined the circus - The Continental Circus. They're part of a convoy of Grand Prix motorcycle riders travelling across Western and Eastern Europe competing for the Globe Championship Street Racing title.
Description: This documentary promoting the joys of life in a Soviet village centers around the activities of the Young Pioneers. These kids are constantly busy, pasting propaganda posters on walls, distributing hand bills, exhorting all to "buy from the cooperative" as opposed to the Public Sector, promoting temperance, and supporting terrible widows. Experimental portions of the film, projected in reverse, detail the un-slaughtering of a bull and the un-baking of bread.
Description: In front of an mad audience somewhere in Latin America, a North American discloses the secret network that used the Globe Bank, payoffs, extortion and sex, military coups and political assassinations to make the American empire. The definitive respond to President Bush's question: "why do they hate us?"
Description: This is an epic tale of two gangs, like The Jets and The Sharks. But Woman and Chocolate aren't even gangs. Some of them act tough and some of them act like babies. But they are even more unlike the Jets and The Sharks in that they aren't even battling every another for territory. They really don't know what the hell they are doing. They don't have a feud, most of them really like every another so that is other thing they don't have in common with the Jets and the Sharks. What they do have in common with The Jets and The Sharks is they love to dance. And when I tell dance, I mean SKATE. And when I tell SKATE, I mean really good. From the directors that brought you Mouse, Yeah Right and Totally Flared, other chapter in this tale with no plot, no ending but pretty inner wars acted out on a tiny board with wheels.
Description: George Lucas's senior project at the University of Southern California in 1966. It was called for the lap time of the Lotus 23 race vehicle that was the topics of the film. It is a nonstory visual tone poem depicting the imagery of a vehicle going at full speed, and featuring the car's engine as the basic sound element. Shot on 16mm color movie with a 14 boy student crew, it was filmed at Willow Springs Raceway, north of Los Angeles, CA. The Lotus 23 was driven by Pete Brock.
Description: This riveting documentary, “Black Panthers - Huey!”, directed by French filmmaker Agnès Varda transports you to the pivotal Gratis Huey rally held on February 17th, 1968, at Oakland Auditorium in Alameda, California. Newton, the charismatic young college student who, along with Bobby Seale, created the Black Panther Party, had been jailed for allegedly killing a police officer. His arrest–widely believed at the time to be a setup–galvanized Party help throughout the nation and led to a boom in Party membership, bringing a fresh lvl of public attention to the Panthers’ cause.
Description: Newest legislation attempting to legitimize the test of internment camps to detain U.S. citizens in the happening of an uprising or civil unrest has many folks asking what nation they live in. Who are the potential domestic terrorists that will end up in these camps? See what the experts have to tell and search out where the real power of the folks rests in halting these treasonous activities.
Description: Comeback in the Bronx is shown with a view from an elevated train as it enters the city. Then follows a montage of sights from the Bronx. Many typical neighborhood activities are shown, along with scenes from many local businesses.
Description: After a look at some strange creatures, the narrator and camera take us to the Chaco forest, on the borders of Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil, where a vampire bat lives, desmodus rotondus, attacking wildlife and domesticated creatures, killing tiny ones by draining all their blood and killing huge ones by leaving a parasite in their bloodstream. Four inches long, with a 12-inch wingspread, we see it walk, approach a victim, pull out a patch of fur huge enough for it to engage its teeth, then lap six or seven ounces of blood. Its saliva may be an anesthetic keeping its victims from waking. A stub nose and harelip contribute to its efficiency and its hideous look.
Movies Like To the Shores of Hell 1966
Movies Like Sneak Easily 1932
Movies Like Yejiang 2011
Movies Like Gugu - O Bom de Cama 1979
Movies Like The Coloured Sky: New Women II 2014
Movies Like Slightly Static 1935
Movies Like Hanging with Hoges 2014
Movies Like Let's Do Things 1931
Movies Like Pan Handlers 1936
Movies Like Desperado 1987
Movies Like One Track Minds 1933
Movies Like East of Que Village 2007
Movies Like Done in Oil 1934
Movies Like Prisoners 1975
It's a typical war-time training movie on how to fly the P-51B, the one with the Allison engine. Curious to see Lee J. Cobb hosting two Units officers in the control turret while Arthur Kennedy, the pilot, goes through his check list, takes off, describes such fascinating subject as how much manifold pressure to maintain under a given set of circumstances and how much flap could be used during take offs and landings. Kennedy manages to project both confidence and competence as the "experienced pilot." There is a brief introduction at the beginning by an Air Force historian who knows his business and gives a concise and coherent explanation of what made the P-51 various from another airplanes of the period. If you don't know what a "laminar-flow wing" is, he'll say you.This introduction is followed by some combat footage, mostly gun camera photos, of opponent airplanes disintegrating and opponent locomotives hemorrhaging steam. You'll be familiar with much of it. You won't see the gun camera footage of a frantic Frenchman galloping along a dirt street in his horse-drawn carriage and disappearing in a cloud of dust. That footage is out there somewhere, floating around in the ether, but is rarely seen. Who wants to watch a farmer and an innocent horse die? The focus of the movie is the whole twenty-minute training movie for novices being trained to fly the P-51. Great aerobatics.
New York, NY 10013
Similar Film Search Engine
+44 20 7336 8898
Mon - Sun 09:30 am - 05:30 pm