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Description: From bionic arms and legs to artificial organs, science is beginning to catch up with SF in the race to replace body parts with man-made alternatives. How to Build a Bionic Boy follows psychologist Bertolt Meyer, who has a bionic hand himself, as he meets scientists working at the cutting edge of research to search out just how far this fresh technology can go. Now, thanks to research on advanced prosthetic arms and legs, as well as artificial eyes, hearts and lungs - and even hybrids between pc chips and living brains - scientists can finally replace body parts and even improve on human abilities. While Bertolt's find shows just how far science has come, it also asks questions about what it means to be human and where this technology should lead in the future.
Description: Documentary following the lives of two Amish families leaving the only globe they've ever known and trying to receive to grips with the modern world. The Amish travel by horse and buggy and dress exactly as their forebears did when they first arrived in America almost 300 years ago. They have countless guidelines which hold them separate from the modern world, with electric lights, android phones, tv and radio all forbidden. For those born into this culture, leaving is the largest decision they'll ever make.
Description: An audio-visual essay, which reflects upon & compares metro systems around the world. It is an exploration of a globe inside the globe as well as feelings, fascination, obsession, fear and themes - of survival, control & silence.
Description: In the face of his own threatening illness, the best protector of jaguars is battling time and adversity to save these endangered cats. Venture deep into the wilds of Brazil, Belize, and Panama with biologist Alan Rabinowitz as he pursues these elusive predators—and wars to protect even more jaguar habitat than he already has. Narrated by actress Glenn Close.
Description: Several monsters are as mysterious and captivating as the whale, and several connect with us so emotionally and spiritually. After hunting whales for generations, we have brought their widespread slaughter to an end, but these graceful giants still face threats on a number of fronts, and the war to save them goes on. This movie takes an intimate look at four types of whales: pilots, humpbacks, bowheads and orcas, through the eyes of the humans who are closest to them. From the struggle to save a pod of pilot whales in the Florida Keys to the groundbreaking work of a scientist risking life and limb in the Arctic to the controversy over military sonar, you'll go to the front lines of whale conservation.
Description: Trek into the hidden battlefields of northern Botswana where lions and spotted hyenas clash in overlapping territories. With never-before-seen footage, much of it filmed at night, you'll uncover an intense and vicious blood feud that has been waged for millennia. Follow the Southern Clan, led by a strong hyena matriarch whose firstborn female cub kills her sister at birth to assure her succession as leader of the clan. Lurk in the shadows as a lioness from the Central Pride gives birth to three cubs and then encounters a deadly Egyptian cobra. You'll be stunned by breathtaking chase scenes as the hyena matriarch is brutally killed by a male lion, throwing the guild into chaos. Explore nature's savage conflicts in this ancient rivalry.
Description: Fascinating -- and unintentionally funny -- experiments at Austria's famed Institute for Experimental Psychology involve a topics who for few weeks wears unique glasses that reverse right and left and up and down. Unexpectedly, these macabre and somehow surrealist experiments reveal that our perception of these aspects of vision is not of an optical nature and cannot be relied on, while the unfortunate, Kafkaesque topics stubbornly struggles through a morass of continuous failures.
Description: 55 years ago Pete Seeger didn't name names at the McCarthy hearings and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Out on appeal, blacklisted, watched by the FBI, he buys an old camera. With his wife Toshi, they begin filming their musician friends. After few years of making tiny films, they decide to take the family around-the-world to movie musicians in the most remote corners of the earth. The historic 16mm footage is intercut with modern day interviews of the family as they lend insight into a time & zone that doesn't exist today. Part travelogue, part musical odyssey, part ethnocentric dream, "Pete and Toshi Receive a Camera" will take you territories you would never have imagined.
Description: National Geographic embarks on a 250-mile journey through unspoiled zone along the coast of British Columbia named the Nice Bear Rain Forest. It is here that bear-hunting wolves take to the sea, grizzlies clash in titanic battles, and wild salmon are the pulsing lifeblood of an whole ecosystem. As this precious habitat faces an uncertain future, threatened by chainsaws and fish farms, a squad of dedicated scientists is racing to prove that it gotta be protected. Forming a wilderness detective squad, these experts are searching for the rare white spirit bear and collecting clues that will decipher the secret life of the forest's elusive inhabitants.
Description: The first international DVD release of Keiichi Tanaami, the sorcerer of the Japanese experimental movie and animation world. With this program, explore the pulsations of a singular artist for whom animation rhymes with imagination, exuberance, poetry and eroticism.
Description: Join a squad of archaeologists and the Discovery Channel in an investigation into the mysterious lines of the Nazca region in Peru. Created by the Nazcas, these large sculptures are only visible from the sky and depict people, animal, geometric forms, and strange creatures. See a premier exhibition of pottery and textiles, musical instruments, and mummies from this long-forgotten, pre-Columbian civilization and visit Cahuachi, a buried town of pyramids and ceremonial buildings which may have once been the religious capital of the Nazca people.
Description: No one knows Just Passing Through like Cyrus Sutton. And in the recent chapter of Cy's adventures, he's customized his van for experiencing life on the road. Through cutting, sanding, welding, and staining, he's transformed his old van into a special camper that's been supporting him traverse the Western side of North America to seek out nice waves and nice people. Reef is proud to partner with Cy on his fresh project, "Compassing," a movie chronicling his newest van travels.
Description: An elementary school in Japan starts an experimental tool that frames the students' curriculum around one single project: the raising of a calf from adolescence to adulthood. Through their work with the calf, the students learn about math, biology, nutrition and numerous another subjects. But after multiple years of investing energy and emotion into their beloved pet, the students start to realize that the final days of their project may deliever them with the hardest and most necessary lesson of all. © Joseph Montalbano
Description: On June 4, 1944 Captain Daniel Gallery and his boys of the U.S. Naval Task Force 22.3 did the nearly impossible - they captured a German U-boat. It was the first opponent vessel-of-war captured in war on the high seas by the U.S. Navy since 1815. Climb aboard the historic U-505 and relive its adventure from a powerhouse of the German fleet to a display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. Witness archival footage and rare interviews with both German and American team members involved in the capture of the U-505. And view even rarer footage of Captains Daniel Gallery and Harold Lange, captain of the 505 at the time of its capture..
Description: Is there an audience for Latin American movies? These are some of the questions posed by an Ecuadorian filmmaker whose recent film was a commercial flop. He embarks on a query to search answers to his questions and relief for his despair. His research leads him to a giant contraband store in the port town of Guayaquil, where pirated films from all over the globe are sold for one dollar each. Here, he discovers a number of Ecuadorian weak budget films produced by amateurs, with games he had never heard of before: from action packed productions to evangelical melodramas.
Description: Robert Breer’s What Goes Up... continues his “kitchen sink” approach of including as many various kinds of things as possible. Central to his art are a series of tensions. Rather than using animation to produce seamless illusions, his movies reveal cinema’s dual nature as both an illusion of movement and a succession of stills. The ultimate result of his work is ecstatic: by combining different rhythmic patterns, abstract and photographed shapes, and flatness mixed with depth illusions, Breer energizes ordinary eyesight. The entire globe can seem more alive, alive with rhythms and colors and shapes and textures as well, after seeing one of his films. But Breer’s movies also often have a theme of failure, of failed movements and failed aspirations, and the game What Goes Up..., in referencing the idiom “What goes up gotta come down”, refers to his childhood dreams of flying (illustrated here as in many of his movies with airplanes) as well as to the limpness that follows orgasm for males.
Description: The astonishing real storyline of a zoo-born lion who found himself in the pet department of Harrods, then the cellar of an antique store in London and, ultimately the wilds of Africa.
Description: The rise and fall of a revolutionary cooperative movement established in a huge personal farm in Ribatejo, Portugal, from March to December 1975 (most part of the land occupations occurred in Alentejo, promoted by the communist party). In direct speech, sometimes to the camera, sometimes among themselves, the uneducated rural workers expose their misery, their suffering, their hopes, and ultimately their despair - when a socialist government orders the restitution of the land to their primitive owners, and these transform the land into a hunting reserve.
Description: The definitive documentary about wrestling legend Dynamite Child and his impact in the globe of professtional wrestling. What resulted was a very emotional adventure into a career slash short by the abuses of steroids, alcohol, drugs, and a finished disregard for his own physical limitations. Dynamite Child started as a young Englishmen trained in the infamous Snake Pit by Ted Betely and turned an occasion given to him by the Hart Family in Calgary into a phenomenal worldwide wrestling career. Dynamite Child was on the front lines of changing professional wrestling from a large boy carnival act into an exciting action based entertainment industry where lightweight and physically gifted performers were the focal mission of the show. He dazzled an international audience with matches vs Tiger Mask that are still a bench tag today.
Description: In the beginning the concept was to create something from nothing, in a neutral and unknown place. Accumulate photos and sounds instead of producing them. The camera, the microphone and the mini-amplifier: softwares that take away and then give back. We defined a rule: the sound shouldn't illustrate the photo and the photo shouldn't absorb the sound. Less than a hundred kilometres from Reykjavik we found Strokkur. For three days we saw and heard the internal dynamics of the crevice: the boiling water that spat out each seven mins and the thermal shock, given the eighteen degrees below zero of the atmosphere.
Description: A tiny woman with pretty hair. She loves films and wants to become an actress. She is being said about the plot of a film that she is going to play: "a mate is jealous about her hair and cuts it when she is asleep". The woman rejects testing the role. Then she is then said that she can enjoy the jealous woman but she again rejects the role.
Description: The Amish live far outside the cultural mainstream. Preferring community to technology, they live in close fellowship with one another. Filmed in the world's biggest Amish community, this documentary takes you on an intimate adventure into Ohio Amish life and culture. Explore how rapid growth and economic pressures threaten their community. Meet a folks who, as a effect of constructive disengagement with the culture around them, thrive. Widescreen. Approx. 49 minutes.
Description: Fernando Lopes in the first person: through his words and films, from the village where he was born until Lisbon of show time, we explore the themes and emotions of the work of one of the main creators of portuguese "Cinema Novo".
Description: In the fall of 1962, a dramatic series of happenings made Civil Rights history and changed a method of life. On the eve of James Meredith becoming the first African-American to attend class at the University of Mississippi, the campus erupted into a night of rioting between those opposed to the integration of the school and those trying to enforce it. Before the rioting ended, the National Guard and Federal units were named in to place an end to the violence and enforce Meredith's rights as an American citizen.
Description: Below the belt cancers and a below the radar cause are thrust into the limelight as N.E.D., or No Evidence of Disease, a rock band of GYN Oncology Surgeons, place the plight of their patients center scene in this riveting storyline of girls fighting for their lives.
Description: What has four legs, five arms and three heads? The Gimp Monkeys. Craig DeMartino lost his leg after a 100-foot climbing fall. Pete Davis with born without an arm. Bone cancer claimed Jarem Frye's left leg at the age of 14. While the three are linked by what they are missing, it is their shared passion for climbing that pushed them towards an improbable target - the first all-disabled ascent of Yosemite's iconic El Capitan.
Description: Hirata Yukata became the first boy in Japan to publicly acknowledge that he had contracted HIV through homosexual sex. Koreeda’s movie is designed as a lament for Yukata, who had a profound impact on the filmmaker. His dying years are not presented as a time of physical deterioration, but rather an evolution of a relationship between two men, one of whom emerged from the process with a markedly changed perspective on the target of objectivity in nonfiction film. ©http://hcl.harvard.edu/hfa/films/2004winter/koreeda.html
Description: Documentary-drama recounting the Martian Fight of 1913 - 1917. Europe was on tenterhooks in the 2nd decade of the 20th century, everyone was expecting a Nice Fight between the major European powers. But then, in 1913, something ruined into the forests of SW Germany. Units were sent to investigate but were wiped out. Martian fighting machines began making their method across Western Europe and the countries of Europe combined forces to resist them. With aspects taken from "The Fight of the Worlds" by H.G. Wells and from WWI itself, this dramatisation presents a documentary style look at happenings as they unfolded and the result they had of our globe today. Lots of references to true happenings including the mass attacks and defeats as boys were thrown vs machines on the Western front, the Christmas truce and the Angel of Mons, America's isolationism and late entry into the conflict, the worldwide "Spanish" flu epidemic that killed more folks than the war, and many another things.
Description: A huge multinational and industrial gold mining company has arrived in a remote zone of Guinea, West Africa. This desperately terrible region has a long history of economic reliance on gold. This movie is a melancholic portrait of the changes brought by the mine, and of the universal human desire for a better life. How do local folks reply to the occasions and economic divisions the mine creates? How do the local jobseekers and expatriate staff, attracted by gold and the chances it offers, understand one another? In situation of difficulties, the mine calls in the military. Conflict over the mine's presence is escalating. The gold will be dug from the ground, but at what cost? End of the Rainbow reveals a globe that is changing forever, and intimately portrays the folks who are grappling to reply to those changes.
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