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Description: A cinema verite portrait of the recording of Zevon's swansong album: 'The Wind' - the twelfth and final studio album by Warren Zevon, was released 11 years ago today (26 August 2003). Zevon began recording the album shortly after he was diagnosed with inoperable plural mesothelioma (a cancer of the lining of the lung), and it was released just two weeks before his death on September 7, 2003. The album was awarded the Grammy Award for Greatest Contemporary Folk Album.
Description: Drawing inspiration from the contemporary realities of his fast-changing country, Chinese artist Xu Bing spent two years creating his recent work, Phoenix. The installation details two monumental birds fabricated entirely from materials harvested from construction websites in urban China, including demolition debris, steel beams, tools, and remnants of the everyday lives of migrant laborers. At once fierce and strangely beautiful, the mythic Phoenixes bear witness to the complex interconnection between labor, history, commercial development, and the rapid accumulation of wealth in today's China. The movie Xu Bing: Phoenix documents the process of creating the work through to its installation at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASSMoCA).
Description: We follow a package of wolves on Ellesmere Island, in Canada’s far north, as they struggle to raise their pups in the brief arctic summer. Hidden in her den, the alpha female of the package gives birth to a fresh generation. Time is of the essence: her pups need to grow quickly and they have much to learn if they are to survive the merciless winter ahead.
Description: Follow twin sisters and first-time filmmakers Meaghan and Marie Wright, and indigenous activist Joseph Huyer as they set out to learn more about using business as a force for good. The trio drives across the country sharing stories of citizens and business owners adding a various kind of value to the globe through social enterprise. Hilarious, informative and heartfelt, this is a adventure that will leave viewers ready to contribute to making the globe a more inclusive and sustainable place.
Description: This behind the scenes documentary witnesses the making of Erin Costelo’s fresh album “Sweet Marie”, set for release in October 2018. The storyline of this fresh work unfolds across a series of recording sessions filled with constructive flourish and collaboration that both highlight Costelo’s musical achievements and present the painstaking efforts to reach fresh heights. It is an intimate look at an artist’s process, in a carefully selected environment, and offers a sneak peek at what is sure to be Costelo’s most successful album to date.
Description: Dr. Anne Innis Dagg re-traces the steps of her groundbreaking 1956 adventure to South Africa to study giraffes in the wild. Now, at 85 years old, Anne sees a startling contrast between the globe of giraffes she once knew and the one it has become. Weaving through the past and present, her harrowing adventure gives us an intimate look into the factors that destroyed her career and the forces that brought her back.
Description: Viewers can see all of the nine Harbingers in visual form as well as such revelations as the mystery of the Shemitah, the mystery ground, and much more, including things never before seen on DVD.
Description: Through early Mi’kmaw and Acadian habitation, British settlement of planters and disbanded soldiers, and modern immigration, viewers take a whirlwind trip down East Hants history. Drone footage, maps, photos of historic websites and people, strategically placed interviews, and a nice script and musical background draw out the tale of East Hants, exploring where folks lived, how they lived, what industry sustained them, and the resulting East Hants “persona”.
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The Frontline delivers with this inspiring but at the same time depressing documentary on "The Tiananmen Massacre", or what many Chinese remembered as, "June 4th".Establishing the context from which the international icon, "the tank man" was originated, the documentary takes us through the happening in the past, while notably tackles the problems in the present. Though lacking some features and pending some inaccuracies, it is well emphasized and well presented.There are some bits I would like to mission out:1, When the first time units are deployed to the city, citizens surround trucks and test to talk the troops out if it, they are not exactly in a "this-is-our-city-why-are-you-here-get-out" mindset as implied by the narrator, instead they test to soften the troops with the perception that the folks and the units are an inseparable family. Only when you understand this "fish and water" mentality with regard to relationship between common folks and soldiers, can you understand how much of a shock it was to all Chinese in the ensuing violence showdown.2, It is a fact that many (or most rather) young folks in China today haven't a faintest concept what June 4th incident is, allow alone "the tank man". But as far as I know many Peking University students know "June 4th", and some of them discuss the topics on BBS openly. It seemed "The tank man" is a more iconic figure to foreigners than to the Chinese, the censorship on this topics in China certainly contributed mostly to that, but there is more. To Chinese who are well aware of "June 4th", the picture of soldiers' head hanging on a tree or a road lamp, or the picture of a chunk of flattened meat on the ground, leaves an infinitely more vivid tag on Chinese hearts. To us, "June 4th" is not about "the tank man", it was our reality, the only thing left for us is depression.3, As pointed out in some discussion boards, the find term "Tiananman Square" the producer uses on google to prove the mission that Google.cn is heavily censored, are now not effective. Firstly, "Tiananman Square" or more precisely "天安门" can mean many things another than "June 4th" to many Chinese, it is a zone where a fair share of the country's significant happenings took place, it is also a major tourist attraction; Secondly and similarly, the term "June 4th" can mean many things another than "the tank man" to us. I would think EVEN without any censorship, searching "Tiananman Square" in Google.cn will yield very few, if any effects with "the tank man's" picture on them. Some easy find on Google.cn can prove that. If anyone interested, you can copy and paste these find term and go to Google.cn to see for yourself: "89天安门广场事件" ('89 Tiananmen incident'), "64事件" ('64 incident'), and "六四" ('64').As you can see, even with its heavily censored state, Google.cn would yield effects of more specific topics, as indicated by the pictures. "The tank man" just has less overall impact on us, compared to another horrifying pictures and stories.The documentary has its historical value as well as contemporary social value. Today's China still breeds the issues that can provoke the mass, it still provides the soil on which social unrest continues to spawn. I often quote, "Those who do not learn from the past, are doomed to repeat it".But have we learned? Would we?
In fact,many chinese young folks didn't know 64shijian(Chinese word).We find 64 in Baidu(the largest softwares like google in our country),the page jump to other content.The first time I heard 6.4 is in middle school.I'm 12 that time.My classmate's father attended the activity(not in Beijing) .Last year,my uncle talked with his mate when was driving car.He said,nearly all folks who attend the 1989 was punished.They won't be trusted.Many company refused to agree them.Yes,it's real. However,the concludsions about farmers in vedio are wrong.The goverment pay much attention to education.To say the truth,if some one wish to go to school,most families can afford it!It's cheap to go to school. It's also not true about workers.13hours/Day?no hoilday?Nonexistent!At that time,my parents worked 8hours a day.Thay can receive one day to have a rest per week.Sometimes,they need to work over time,but they should receive additional money. Maybe we don't have enough democracy,but I'm OK!
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