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Description: From Victor Hugo`s classic French novel of the nineteenth century to Tom Hooper`s award winning blockbuster, Les Misérables has undergone one of the most successful transitions from ebook to scene to screen. In this fresh documentary, the scintillating adventure of Hugo`s universal storyline is traced from ebook to scene to screen with contributions from those who have starred in and helped to make the entertainment phenomenon which has captured a zone in everyone`s hearts. Helmed by entertainment and celebrity journalist Neil Sean, this insightful documentary traces the happenings of the Paris insurrection in 1832 and details excerpts from the restored 1978 Les Misérables lm starring Anthony Perkins alongside interviews with Frances Ruffelle, Hugh Jackman, Nickname Jonas, Tom Hooper, Alfie Boe, Amanda Seyfried, Sir Cameron Mackintosh and Anne Hathaway.
Description: Set in a quasi-ghost city that once thrived with oil in China's arid northwest, Yumen is a haunting, fragmented tale of hungry souls, restless youth, a wandering artist and a lonely woman, all searching for human connection among the town's crumbling landscape. One part "ruin porn", one part "ghost story”, and entirely shot on 16mm, the movie brings together performance art, narrative gesture, and social realism not only to enjoy with convention and defy genre, but also to pay homage to a disappearing life-world and a fading medium.
Description: It's common knowledge that Scotsmen are macho enough to pull off wearing a skirt - perhaps it's all that caber-tossing. This disarmingly easy movie concentrates on the tartan cloths of different clans rather than the boys who wore them, and is an early filmic reminder of their large importance to both Scottish national identity and the thriving tourist industry north of the border. The film's special selling mission was that pioneering filmmaker G. A. Smith showed off the vibrant designs in Kinemacolor, among the earliest colour movie processes that didn't involve meticulous hand-painting. And no dangly bits in sight.
Description: Documentary aims to respond the most significant questions that human beings have everytime been raised: the existence of God and evil, the creation of the Universe or the chance of miracles. It helps both the prestigious hero witness on the opinions of ordinary people.
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Description: The UNESCO National Park Malpelo is located in the Eastern Pacific, roughly 500 kilometres off the Colombian coast. Belonging to a sea corridor, which connects another Globe Heritage websites such as the Galapagos Islands, Coiba and the Coconut Islands, this National Park, almost 35 hectares in size, is the heart of the nature reserve. Large shoals of mackerel and barracuda gather in the waters of Malpelo whilst morays hide in the reef fissures and coral caves. Meet on this 3D adventure the special hammerhead sharks and the gentle but giant whale shark in this 3D underwater paradise. Globe Natural Heritage - Colombia 3D is worlds away from daily life but this 3D trip allows you to enter its breathtaking globe for a adventure of a lifetime!
Description: Paris, at night. This is where Jeni, Wenceslas, Christine, Pascal and the others live. Homeless, they haunt the roads and bridges, and corridors of the metro; on the edge of a globe where society no longer offers protection. They face us and they talk.
Description: Compilation of two shorts also distributed independently: Cricket und Reifenspiel [Croquet and the Arc and Hook Game], and Springschnur und Amazonen [Jump Roping and the Amazons]. In a sunny day, on a lawn in the woods, three nude, young brunettes with tiny flower arrangements on their hair are testing a succession of three dexterity games: throwing and catching three arcs with the test of a thin long hook, jumping the rope (soon replaced by a long piece of light cloth), and using the arcs as hoops for a bit of croquet with appropriate mallets and balls.
Description: A fragmentary landscape for a tiny train station in a suburban zone and a bus stop in a mining town. A lonely soldier in his massive coat, a tired old man, a bubbly young lady, a punk, a girl waiting in the street... From all those various folks in these unfamiliar places, we can feel the exhaustion of each life.
Description: The 2013 UEFA Europa League Final was the final match of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League, the 42nd season of Europe's secondary club football competition organised by UEFA, and the 4th season since it was renamed from the UEFA Cup to the UEFA Europa League. The match was played at the Amsterdam Arena in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on 15 May 2013. The final was played between Portuguese squad Benfica and English squad Chelsea. Chelsea won 2–1 to safe their first game in this tournament and will enjoy vs the winners of the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League in the 2013 UEFA Super Cup.
Description: A documentary exploring the historical idea of the narrative of Stanley Kubrick's 1964 movie Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb. This short documentary compares the movie with the current happenings concerning the Cold Fight and the Cuban Missle Crisis.
Description: An exploration into the boy behind the film-inspired myth, from both Western and Arab perspectives. Thomas Edward Lawrence, a 24-year-old British spy, was a figurehead in the Arab struggle for independence. In 1916, he united Arab tribes and led them in a fight vs the Turks who ruled over them for 400 years. The consequences of his successes and failures sowed the seeds of conflict that continue to plague the troubled region even today.
Description: Follow the DGK squad and a group of young skaters as they create their method through one of the most dirty ghetto days imaginable. Filled with twist and turns, celebrity cameos, and nice skateboarding; Parental Advisory not only showcases the DGK team and lifestyle, but also gives a glimpse into what goes on inside the mind of a true dirty ghetto child - parents beware!
Description: This movie documents the life of a family of brick makers in the outskirts of Bogotá, using the private experience of the Castañeda family to expose the exploitation of manual laborers. Marta Rodríguez and Jorge Silva worked on this documentary from 1966 to 1972, establishing a relationship with the family which allows the viewer an intimate look at their hardships.
Description: In the tradition of ETRE ET AVOIR and some of THE STORY OF THE WEEPING CAMEL Fifty kids of mountain farmers, six miles of walking to school, a childhood in the heart of Switzerland.
Description: 'The Nice Culling' of the human population has quietly begun. Covertly, insidiously, mercilessly, a global depopulation agenda has been launched. As this plays out, the vast majority of the human race will be removed from the gene pool. Genetically annihilated. Will you and your genetic lineage survive? Film-makers Paul Wittenberger (What In The Globe Are They Spraying?) and Chris Maple discover WHAT are the true threats to your life, your offspring and your genetic integrity? HOW can you protect yourself from those threats? WHY is a global depopulation agenda being pursued? The more you understand these answers, the greater your odds of surviving 'The Nice Culling'.
Description: This visit to Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific Ocean shows that life for the residents has changed tiny in the years since Fletcher Christian and his fellow mutineers on HMS Bounty, along with few Tahitian natives, landed here. The island is self-sufficient and has several visitors. Among the islanders we see at work is Fletcher Christian's great-grandson.
Description: There was no torture this time. There was a unique season. The San Francisco Giants clinched their eighth National League West Division game and then faced elimination six times in a thrilling 2012 Postseason run. Six times they rose up in victory, battling to a Globe Series championship. Together they were Giants. Together they are champions.
Description: "TALE OF THE DRAGON" is a documentary movie about the legendary San Francisco based supper club ASIA SF, which showcases performances by "gender-illusionists" known as the "Ladies of Asia" - trans-gender individuals who enjoy host to a galaxy of patrons and their inquiring minds. The movie was shot over a year and a half, tracking the club's owners, customers, and trans-gendered performers to say the tale of the nicknamed "Red Dragon Bar", ASIA SF. Shot and edited digitally, the movie takes you inside the club, and eventually inside the lives of trans-gendered individuals, and those who adore, support, and celebrate their lifestyle.
Description: After the audience is instructed how to test the 3-D glasses they received, demonstrations of three-dimensional movies are presented. Different objects transport towards the camera, including a ladder being shoved out a window, the slide on a trombone, a girl on a swing, and a thrown baseball.
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"Forget Us Not" is an award-winning, seventy-minute documentary presenting the experiences of what are referred to as Nazism's "other victims." History's focus is on the six million Jews the Nazis murdered because Nazism's focus was on Jews. But it is a tragedy, and a nice lie, that too many folks have no concept that Nazism also targeted non-Jews. When I speak about the Holocaust, I ask audiences, "What group did the Nazis mass murder first and last, even after they surrendered to the Allies?" No one has yet been able to respond that question. The respond is handicapped Germans. If you are surprised, you don't understand Nazism. A nice first step would be viewing "Forget Us Not." Ron Perlman provides sonorous narration. Archival black and white movie clips are interspersed throughout, including one brief, insufferable shot of Nazis laughing. Lieutenant Commander Jack H. Taylor, "the first Navy Seal," testifies to the horrors of Mauthausen. What melody there is is excellent. Most of "Forget Us Not" consists of four living survivors saying their own stories. Wilhelm Heckman's storyline is said via voice-over narration and photographs. Heckman was a musician and alleged to be a homosexual; he was interned in Mauthausen. Robert Wagemann is the most articulate interviewee. Before his birth, his mother was imprisoned for distributing Jehovah's Witness pamphlets. His mother's obstetrician was Jewish, and thanks to Nazi policies, he disappeared. Wagemann was a breach birth, and his mother had only a midwife for help. Wagemann's hip was injured. When Wagemann was five years old, he was ordered to report for a physical. His mother overheard a doctor telling that he'd break for lunch, come back, and murder Wagemann. Nazi Aktion T4 was designed to eliminate defective people. Wagemann's mother grabbed her son and rushed to the exit. A nun blocked their escape; Wagemann's mother was insistent. She took her naked son to a riverbank and dressed him in the policy of the reeds. Wagemann told his target was to communicate to young folks living in the West how fortunate they are, and what type of freedom they have. "Tolerance and conscience is the most necessary thing," he says. "To war racism and hate you have to have tolerance. You have to look upon the next person as your human brother and human sister. You have to support him when he is in need...if you slash yourself what comes out is red. If he cuts himself, it's the same color." Ceija Stojka was an Austrian-Romani survivor of Auschwitz and Bergen- Belsen. Her family was Catholic. Her interview offers the most graphic features of horror. She describes the death of her tiny brother Ossi from typhus, dead bodies of babies rolling out of trains when the doors were opened, and her attempt to match decapitated heads to appropriate bodies when she came upon an "insanely large" pile of corpses. Natalia Orloff-Klauer was Ukrainian. Her parents were rounded up and used by the Nazis as slave laborers. Her experience was one of slow starvation and hideous conditions. Her mother became ill, never recovered, and died shortly after the war. Later, Orloff-Klauer survived the firebombing of Dresden. Even rescue presented nightmares; survivors had to be stripped naked, shaved, deloused, and paraded for inspection. After the fight she lived in a damaged railway car. The Grace Presbyterian Church of Wichita, Kansas sponsored the surviving members of her family and made it possible for her to come to the US. Veronika Young was a Polish slave laborer. Her interview was the least satisfying. Young repeatedly stated that she did not remember key details, including the name of the city she was born in. She told things like "It was horrible." I want the filmmaker had found a more articulate and authoritative Polish survivor. There are certainly all too many Polish survivors of Nazi atrocities. After Jews and Gypsies/Rom, Poles were the most persecuted national group under the Nazis. The Poles' role in WW II was key, and better understanding of what the Nazis did to Poles would support the viewer.Filmmaker Heather E. Connell's previous work addressed orphans in Cambodia. Her humanitarian approach is clear. Connell devotes the final twenty mins of the movie to the founding of the United Nations, to mention of another genocides, and to every survivor's exhortations to the audience. Realize how lucky you are, survivors insist to young viewers. Be tolerant. Take care of every other. Never again. The "other victims" are often ignored for ideological reasons. I know students who have been lead to trust by Christophobic scholars and media that Nazism was a Christian phenomenon; in fact, Nazism vowed to destroy Christianity and Dachau was known as Germany's biggest monastery, because of all the clergy interned there. Nazism was inspired by atheism, scientism, Darwinism, and neo-Paganism. Attention to Nazism's "other victims" can clarify ideological propaganda. "Forget Us Not" doesn't deliever enough notification to the viewer to understand how every group of victims differed. Yes, Nazis killed Ukrainians, but it's necessary to remember that Ukrainians, at first, were significant in their lvl of collaboration and genocidal killings of Poles. Jehovah's Witnesses were concentration camp inmates, but they were accorded relatively preferential treatment. "Three million Polish citizens marked with the letter P met their deaths in the camps," the movie states. Three million Polish non-Jews did not die in concentration camps. Young tells she was in Saarbrucken concentration camp and Orloff-Klauer tells she was in Bibigan concentration camp; I cannot search either in lists of the camps. Otherwise, though, for its intimate portraits of "other victims," this movie is recommended.
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