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Description: 'The Thing That Happened' is a twenty-two-minute documentary short that profiles the Hope North Secondary and Vocational school on northern Uganda. Hope North struggles on a shoe-string budget to deliever a home and an education for kids displaced by the civil fight between the Lord's Resistance Units (L.R.A.) and the Uganda People's Defense Forces (U.D.P.F.) The students are a mix of former kid soldiers, orphans and the abjectly poor. Mitigating the horrific results of the fight and focusing them on their future is a monumental task
Description: Equal parts private essay, intense rumination, and playful satire, this film laments the death of the American Video Shop while it searches for the missing human element in today's digital landscape.
Description: "Horror Rock" combines terrifying, heart stopping scenes from the most spine-tingling horror movies ever made with some of the hottest classic indie rock melody performed by the absolutely wickedest bands! This sizzling collection explodes with searing renditions from such cult classic bands like Del-Lords, Judas Kiss, Hurricane, Over The Edge, Wrath, Kids Of The Wicked, Pandoras, Run Down Love Battery, Dickies, Booby Trap, Elvis Hitler and Hot Rod To Hell. If you like your melody from beyond the edge, "Horror Rock" will deliver devilish pleasure to your ears as highlights from your favourite horror movies create your blood run cold! Receive ready for the rock & roll ride of your life as "Horror Rock" burns a hole in your soul!
Description: "Mondo Inferno"- This shockumentary takes us on visits to a restaurant that serves up delightful dog meat dishes, mud-wrestling clubs, a chastity belt store. We receive to see bizarre funeral rites, snake charmers, bloodsuckers and a hidden-camera expose into the local baby selling and slave markets!
Description: Who made the first animated detail film? Today forgotten, Quirino Cristiani discovered the craft of animation on his own, far from the experimental artists of Europe or the commercial imperatives and glamour of Hollywood. 'El Apóstol', the first ever animated movie, opened in a cinema in Buenos Aires in 1917. In 1931, Cristiani's genius and industry resulted in other breakthrough when he produced 'Peludópolis', the first animated detail movie with sound. This documentary shows what's left of his work, a lost interview and 2 shorts that have been re-discovered during the making of this film.
Description: Commemorates the 10th anniversary of the SpongeBob SquarePants. The documentary chronicles the beloved character's adventure to international pop culture icon status and showcases the series' around the world.
Description: Details gourmets chowing down on bats, voodoo practitioners, a chap who has a fetish for being covered in bees and a gal who has the Eiffel Turret tattooed on her behind so she can sell the skin at a soon date. These choice cuts are interspersed with the usual parade of prostitutes, transvestites and strippers.
Description: A study of some bizarre customs as practiced throughout the world: opium smoking and prostitution in Kowloon; interracial lovemaking in a stag movie; showgirls performing in Los Angeles; prostitution in Hong Kong; bullfighting, flamenco dancing, and striptease in Madrid; ancient tribal marriage and fertility rites practiced in Luzon; West Indians dancing in Martinique; and much much more!
Description: A showcase of the greatest animation from the USA, The National Movie Board of Canada, and The CBC-Radio Canada/Canadian Independent Animators contains interviews with Chuck Jones, Barrie Nelson, Leo Salkin, master animator Norman McLaren, Caroline Leaf, and Don Arioli. Another artists represented by their works contain Walt Disney, the Hubleys, Joanna Priestley, Derek Lamb, Ishu Patel, Frederic Back, and Andre Theroux.
Description: Across the surface of the forest, light, colour, shadow shift; rhythmic, kaleidoscopic. Matter and the immaterial in constant counteraction. The screen becomes a painting in animation. Ordinarily, light describes the motif. Here, the forest is almost – almost – occluded as the light that delineates the globe becomes autonomous, visible; describes itself as subject. There are some very strange effects: light and shadow grow, die back; bark shimmers; branches tremble, or clouds pass above; trees shiver in the cold, or shake in threatening gesture; sunlight flickers, on and off, like an electric bulb. The portrait lives. These movies are not the index of zone and objects, but a cinema of time, movement, light; flickering lashes of mesmerised eyes in the click of an aperture.
Description: Is it real that Satan is the master musician working behind the famous melody stage and influencing our youth? Fasten your seat belts as you go on an eye-popping ride upon the roller coaster of Rock, and search out how Rock’s most famous artists have Sold Their Souls for Rock and Roll. In this mind-blowing exposé Pastor Joe Schimmel reveals just how Satan has been effectively using famous melody to undermine God’s plan for the family and ultimately heralding the coming of the Antichrist and his kingdom on earth.
Description: Beginning in Las Vegas with a dance of the Bluebells, we are shown a variety, with jugglers, singers, Thai boxing, cock fighting and so on. A Tons taking zone in Hong Kong, Manila, Fresh York, Paris, Cremona. The break between an act and the next being a striptease.
Description: While London was a swamp, and Paris, a fishing village, Istanbul, then known as Constantinople, reigned for a thousand years as the world's richest city. At the crossroads of Europe and Asia, it amassed more gold than both continents combined, and safeguarded Christendom's most sacred relics, including the Real Cross and heads of the Apostles. The biggest walls ever created protected Istanbul's treasures from unlimited waves of invaders. Immerse yourself in the town that has endured more warfare than any another zone on Earth: Istanbul. The world's oldest city, which spans the continents of Europe and Asia, holds many stories of intrigue. Spies, invaders and some of history's most diabolical minds plotted to seize Istanbul, and with it, rule the world.
Description: Dance of Calabash - Exu in Brazil is an poetic investigation on the African divinity Exu in the brazilian imaginary. Alongside another Yoruba Gods, Exu was brought to Brazil by the slaves and became demonized during the colonial period, when catholic missions in Africa and in Brazil concealed its original attributes. In Africa, Exu was viewed as the beginning of life, the force that moved bodies, the king of the paths and cross-roads. It was the main url between the dead and the gods. For the Christians, it became the personification of evil, due to its falic symbol and astute behaviour. Directed by Kiko Dinucci, the film investigates the various African-brazilian religions, such as candomblé (Nagô, Gege and Bantu traditions), Tambor de Mina, Umbanda and Quimbanda. Unique appearances of priests, clergyman and scholars.
Description: Individual political disclaimers and regimes used and abused the national costume of Slovenia. Despite the fact that the individual features of the Slovenian national costume borrowed from the garbs of the German Alpine region, it has maintained the specificity of the area. Today, the national costume is presented as a tourist attraction.
Description: This inventive documentary about famed Estonian animator Priit Parn is an involving look at his socialist, absurd, sometimes grotesque art in the eyes of Parn himself, his colleagues, and his fanatics and suggests that Estonia owes its independence to its animation rather than to material revolt and revolutionary singing
Description: The life of tuna fishermen and their families during the fishing season on Pumpkin Island in Tavira (Algarve). The documentary depicts their fishing ways and their return home after fishing. This was the last activity of "frame" or "almadraba" tuna fishery, before the camp was destroyed by the sea in the winter of the following year, in 1962.
Description: Ray Lowden keeps seventy-two huge birds of prey, five deer and some wallabies at his zone in Northumberland, England. He has had ten days off in twelve years and loves what he does. The movie is a tiny homage to his variously coy, imperious, curious, stubborn and comic raptor menagerie.
Description: Streamside Day, explores the formative role of ideological and semiotic systems in establishing social rituals and traditions. Huyghe's exhibition contains five murals, concealed behind five supplementary walls, which are revealed when the walls start to slowly transport through the gallery to configure a pavilion in which a short fiction movie is projected. When the movie ends, the walls retract to their original positions along the perimeter of the space, restoring the gallery to its pristine condition. After opening with scenes from an Edenic landscape, Huyghe's movie traces the formation of a burgeoning community hypothetically located in the Hudson Valley. The first of two sections limns a mythic kernel that is then instantiated in scenes from a typical inaugural celebration devised to forge communal identity.
Description: Join Ed Ames as history comes to life in this compelling storyline of Utah mining and travel in time to 19th-century Utah as chapters of colourful mining history unfold. Learn of fabulous wealth, rich discoveries and folktales; even Spanish gold. Travel with Ed above and below ground to explore a chapter of Utah history, foreign to most Utahns and actually offered to the rest of the world.
Description: Using time, memory, and the texture of daily experience as his mediums, Pierre Huyghe conflates the traditional dichotomy between art and life. Working in an array of cultural formats—from billboards and tv broadcasts to community celebrations and museum exhibitions—he reformulates their codes and deploys them as catalysts for creating fresh experiential possibilities. A mode of perception that lies in the interstices between reality and its representation is the topics of his two-channel video, The Third Memory (2000), which reenacts the 1972 hold-up of a Brooklyn bank immortalized in Sidney Lumet's acclaimed movie Dog Day Afternoon (1975). Almost 30 years later, Huyghe provides a platform for the heist's charismatic mastermind, John Wojtowicz, to relate his ver of that infamous day in a reconstructed set of the bank.
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