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Description: Sandra Gugliotta gets into the classrooms of the high school Nicolás Avellaneda neighborhood of Palermo. The flickers of that storyline coming through the media tend to be in black and white, with heroes and villains, and the movie Gugliotta what it shows is how, with successes and failures, all work around a same idea, which is to better education in better conditions. Naturally it is not here an idyllic storyline is told, while there are conditions ("state unique case in which it is someone or something") in which it becomes very hard to study and conditions ( "ability or willingness") vs which it is also very hard to keep any dialogue. But before the general state of tension, witness these dialogues is, at least, encouraging. (Extracted from BAFICI.gob.ar)
Description: MOZARTBALLS is a light-hearted tribute to Mozart and explores what he symbolizes in our age. The movie details curious characters that embody the spirit of Mozart - from a retired Swiss school teacher obsessed by all things Mozart, to an ex-pop musician in Oklahoma who believes that her body is now inhabited by Mozart's spirit; from a pc genius in California whose tool has created a fresh Mozart cello concerto, to an Austrian astronaut who carried a score of "The Magic Flute" and delightful chocolate 'Mozartkugeln' into space. These are the individuals who inhabit MOZARTBALLS and through their strange and, at times, very moving stories, the viewer will be exposed to the liveliness, the magic and the obsession that Moart has become to so many melody fanatics today. For them, Mozart defines the very essence of beauty in music, but he has become something more than that. Mozart is an icon, and for many he is still very much alive!
Description: CONFIDENCES is a 2016 documentary proposing to understand where the future of video games. Meet video minigame specialists who will offer their insights, unveiling a fresh perspective on this sector, seen from the inside.
Description: Through a trip to the website Vaca Muerta, in Neuquen, the specialist Felix Herrero and research Maristella Svampa, revealing testimonies of villagers and technicians on the results and effects of the fresh process oil and unconventional gas are collected.
Description: Jean-Christophe Klotz was a cameraman for a French broadcast news service in 1996 when he was sent to Rwanda to cover the growing violence between ruling Hutus and rival Tutsi tribespeople. What Klotz saw profoundly shocked him, as bodies littered the sides of the streets and bloody massacres became the order of the day. In between interviews with government officials and United Nations forces vainly struggling to include the violence, Klotz captured the mayhem on film, believing that if globe leaders saw what was happening, they would step forward to stop the violence. When Klotz was injured while filming an attack, he was sent back to Paris, and while his footage was aired, French forces only belatedly arrived, ultimately doing more to protect those who caused the massacre than bringing them to justice. Years later, Klotz used his footage to support identify some of the victims of the killings, and in 2006 he returned to Rwanda to visit the nation after the violence had ceased.
Description: This little-seen compilation 'educational' documentary from producer Samuel Cummins was an independently-produced jungle exploitation movie typical of the 30s. It was inspired after the success of the pre-Code exploitation movie Ingagi (1931) about gorilla-worshipping Congolese native women, and after the success of RKO's Lord Kong (1933). The movie speculated that there was social/sexual intercourse or matings between African girls and gorillas, after a Ubangi maiden was abducted by a gorilla and carried off into the jungle. It was considered scandalous and "off-color" by the Board of Review because of the theme of "the mating of girls with wild animals and because of nude figures in the picture." The movie included sensational content (ineptly interspersed with horrible stock footage) including a several shots of topless native girls (censored versions superimposed fake ferns over bare breasts) and lusty gorillas (men in monkey suits). (filmsite.org)
Description: At dawn on June 22, 1941, Germany invaded the Soviet Union. On the same morning, Germany demanded permission from the Swedish government to move 18,000 German troops from Norway to Finland across Sweden by railway. This was a hard trouble for the Swedish government. On one hand remaining friendly with Germany at the height of its power, on the another maintaining a strict neutrality. The Swedish cabinet meet in Stockholm to decide upon the greatest respond to the German demands.
Description: Visually stunning and equally entertaining, Red Tide Pictures brings you the best, explaining what they do the best: Ride. Technical endurocross, deep sand, high speed desert, and deep wooded trails: no problem. This is not your father’s “instructional,” Heck, it’s not even your older brother’s. We have redefined the term through fresh age cinema technology that truly displays the dynamic form of every individual’s special skill set.
Description: The motocrosser's motocross film. From greats like Ricky Carmichael and Jeffrey Herlings to moto's sickest underground crews, Fight Machines takes viewers to the edge of the world in find of the greatest riding and most wonderful motocross scenery the globe has to offer. Strap in for over 40 mins of pure moto excellence, and have the bicycle ready because you'll be wanting to click some gears after this one.
Description: On a talkshow, actor and German TV ikon Joachim Fuchsberger recalls how the minigames for his present "Nur nicht nervös werden" (Don't Receive Nervous), first broadcast on West German TV in 1960, were developed along the lines of American psychiatry. Asked "So how many crazy folks watched you?", he responded: "A entire crazy, psychologically disturbed nation". Why were the Germans or to be more precise, the West Germans, a psychologically disturbed nation at that time? This is a movie about cheerful and serious games, therapies for re-education and self-imposed re-education, as well as the history of the concept of permanent revolution. Those appearing contain directors and producers of gameshows, psychiatrists, anthropologists, and the diversely paranoid.
Description: Dan Snow uncovers the lost Vikings in America with zone archaeologist Dr Sarah Parcak. Sarah uses satellites 383 miles above the world to spot ruins as tiny as 30cm buried beneath the surface. As Sarah searches for Viking websites from Britain to America, Dan explores how they voyaged thousands of miles when most ships never left the shoreline. He also tracks their expansion west, first as raiders and then as settlers and traders throughout Britain and beyond to Iceland and Greenland. In North America they excavate what should be the most westerly Viking settlement ever discovered.
Description: The remarkable real storyline of Darius McCollum, a boy with Asperger's syndrome whose overwhelming love of transit has landed him in jail 32 times for the criminal impersonation of NYC subway drivers, conductors, token booth clerks, and track repairmen.
Description: This movie documents the life and career of legendary baseball broadcaster Harry Caray. His broadcasting career, which involved stints on radio and television, featured tenures as the play-by-play boy for such respected franchises as the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs.
Description: In 1974 Marcia Nasatir made history by becoming the first girl vice-president at United Artists. 'A CLASSY BROAD' says the storyline of how this Jewish woman from San Antonio, Texas shattered Hollywood's glass ceiling.
Description: What is art and how does it relate to society? Is its value determined by its popularity or originality? Is the target profit or expressing one's private vision? These are some of the questions raised as we follow fiercely independent Fresh York artist Robert Cenedella in his artistic adventure through decades of struggling for constructive expression. A student, protégé and mate of German artist George Grosz, Cenedella is actually passing on the legacy of Grosz's approach to art, in the very same room where Grosz taught. In portraying Cenedella's determination to buck the system of what's famous while critiquing that popularity in his attempt to turn the art globe upside down, ART BASTARD is a funny, touching, and insightful look inside the maverick mind of a real original.
Description: The band stormed Europe in 1963, and, in 1964, they conquered America. Their groundbreaking globe tours changed global youth culture forever and, arguably, invented mass entertainment as we know it today. All the while, the group were composing and recording a series of extraordinarily successful singles and albums. However the relentless pressure of such unprecedented fame, that in 1966 became uncontrollable turmoil, led to the decision to stop touring. In the ensuing years The Beatles were then gratis to focus on a series of albums that changed the face of recorded music.
Description: Fusion spent two years with the production squad of Disney's smash hit film. In 'Imagining Zootopia,' you will travel with the squad to Africa to discover the animals in their natural habitat and search out how the storytellers and animators dealt with the very true themes of prejudice and bias.
Description: A labour of love, The Evolution of Rallying took Producer Helmut Deimel 120 days to piece together in the edit suite. He combed through over 500 hours of race footage from the early 1950s up to 2001. Taking in the careers of such greats as Jim Clark, Ari Vatanen, Tony Pond, and Pentti Airikkala this perfect documentary says the storyline of how a part-time hobby turned into a multi-million dollar tournament contested by major works teams. Packed full of nice action footage Evolution captures the real essence and atmosphere of one of the most famous forms of motorsport in the globe today.
Description: Sergei Paradjanov, the nice Soviet filmmaker of Armenian origin who was born and grew up in Tbilisi, Georgia, studied movie in Moscow and worked for many years in Ukraine, talks on camera to Fotos Lamprinos about his life, his films, and happenings in the USSR under Gorbachev’s Perestroika, a several short months before he died and while the state of his health was already deteriorating. The movie contains rare footage of the massacre of Georgian civilians by the Soviet Units in April 1989 and unpublished material from the Ukrainian prison in which Paradjanov served his sentence.
Description: The movie is a special tribute of the director to his master. The zone is empty, in the sense, there are no folks there, but the stuff live their peculiar life until the rooster cries out. And that is be the rooster Parajanov made, God knows of what type of improvised material at hand. It feels like the wind is a night walker here and it turns over the pages of the books. Glass breaking can be heard. The nice thing is there are enough collages made of phials and luxurious tableware set fragments. The dolls sit on the frames, letting their legs hang, just like they do in daytime, but something mystical, something fateful appears in them. And Parajanov is close, built-into some another life, in epaulets or even with the folks of past epochs. The lamps are switched on, even the oil stoves – everything is the method Parajanov liked. But then it is daybreak already, the rooms are filled with sunlight, and everything changes.
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EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEE THIS FILM. Coming from the perspective of someone who knows very tiny U.S. energy consumption or the politics surrounding it, I found the movie extremely accessible, clear, and captivating. It enlightened me on the large picture (which until seeing this movie seemed overwhelming and unapproachable), gave me a sense of hope, and empowered me as the average citizen with easy things I can do to be a part of the solution. I was touched and inspired by FUEL and came away with a entire fresh outlook on the globe and life itself!Synopsis (from the FUEL website): Most Americans know we've got a problem: an addiction to oil that taxes the environment, entangles us in costly foreign policies, and threatens the nation's long-term stability. But several are informed or empowered enough to do much about it. Enter Josh Tickell, an expert young activist who, driven by his own emotionally charged motives, shuttles us on a revelatory, whirlwind adventure to unravel this addiction from its historical origins to political constructs that help it, to alternatives accessible actually and the steps we can take to change things. Tickell tracks the rising domination of the petrochemical industry from Rockefeller's tactic to halt ethanol test in Ford's first vehicles to the mysterious death of Rudolph Diesel at the height of his engine's popularization, to our government's choice to declare fight after 9/11, rather than wean the country from fossil fuel. Never minimizing the complexities of ending oil dependence, Tickell uncovers a hopeful reality pointing toward a decentralized, sustainable energy infrastructure. Sweeping and exhilarating, Tickell's passionate movie goes beyond nice storytelling; it rings out like a bell that stirs consciousness and makes individual action suddenly seem consequential.
FUEL is a nice film for everyone who wants to do something about our environmental crisis but doesn't know where to begin. It is the most comprehensive film I've seen that features how we got to where we are today in regards to how badly America is addicted to oil and how we can break the addiction. It is just packed with information! The one criticism most folks have with environmental movies is that they are doomsday outlooks and don't deliever any solutions for what we can do. FUEL is NOT like that! It has a positive outlook and contains sooooo many different, new, and REAL solutions we can and could be working on right actually in this country! FUEL is meaningful and informative and so engaging all at the same time. Everyone could see this film to be more informed about what we could be asking for from our government in the methods of independence from oil. Go see this movie and support change the world!
This movie is amazing, pretty and important. I trust it's this year's Inconvenient Truth but human and moving as it is Josh Tickell's private storyline and currently his life mission. Everyone needs to see this film. It's is so inspiring! I am going to trade in my vehicle for one that runs on bio-diesel because that is something I can do to cause change in this crucial zone of the economy, foreign policy, the future of this planet! This movie is so motivating that you are going to wish to say everyone you know to see this movie and it's so timely considering the election and the actual state of affairs. I usually search documentaries the cure for insomnia however FUEL is engaging and entertaining and makes you receive off your butt and do something that makes a difference for our world!
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