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Description: The “digital revolution” reached the cinema late and was chiefly styled as a technological advancement. Today, in an era where analog celluloid strips are disappearing, and given the diversity of digital moving picture formats, there is much more at stake: Are the world’s movie archives on the brink of a dark age? Are we facing the heavy loss of collective audiovisual memory? Is movie dying, or just changing? CINEMA FUTURES travels to international territories and, together with renowned filmmakers, museum curators, historians and engineers, dramatizes the future of movie and the cinema in the age of digital moving pictures.
Description: In a country where 86% of all consumed meal is imported, only 35% of all the working class folks have jobs and drug addiction is increasing dramatically, change should be in the hands of the least expected people.
Description: Dr Michael Mosley investigates Britain's most secretive and controversial military research base, Porton Down, on its 100th anniversary. He comes face to face with chemical and biological weapons old and new, reveals the truth about shocking animal and human testing, and discovers how the recent science and technology are supporting to defend us vs terrorist attacks and rogue nations.
Description: First responders, journalists, store owners, those inside the pressure-packed control center of Con Edison on West End Avenue, and another Fresh Yorkers say about what happened when the lights went out on July 13, 1977.
Description: Migrant workers, factory bosses and nightclub dancers test to carve out a slice of the pie in the town the dollar shop built. But China is changing. Selling cheap junk isn't what it used to be.
Description: A look at Puerto Rico and its cinema through films, documentaries, and commercials from the early twentieth century to the emerging cinema of today. Visual and narrative tactics portray fragments of Puerto Rico's general history and, in turn, answers the questions of who, when, and for whom have films been made in Puerto Rico and the resources that are accessible to do it.
Description: In Europe, meal manufacturers have signed up to ‘responsibility pledges’ promising no added sugar, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors and not to goal children. So why are they using strategies banned in the West in the developing world? There, they have created ultra-low-cost products with higher lvls of salt, sugar, and saturated fats. Filmed in Brazil, India, and France, we investigate the fresh strategies of brands like Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Domino’s Pizza.
Description: Following the artist from the bustling roads of Fresh York to her rain-soaked hometown of Bergen, the movie contains interviews with AURORA's closest friends, as well as uniquely stripped-back performances of tracks including “Warrior” and “Murder Song (5, 4, 3, 2, 1).” Whether she’s reminiscing on her childhood with her sisters, dancing through the town roads in her headphones, or discussing the secret life of apples, there’s a spellbinding quality to everything the artist does.
Description: In 1976, the Tate Gallery exhibited an experimental artwork that became a national sensation - Carl Andre's Equivalent VIII, or, to its detractors, 120 bricks laid on the floor. This documentary explores the origins of Andre's work and the extraordinary fallout from its exhibition.
Description: A celebration of the universe, displaying the entire of time, from its begin to its final collapse. This movie examines all that occurred to prepare the globe that stands before us now: science and spirit, birth and death, the grand cosmos and the minute life systems of our planet. (Limited release IMAX ver with narration by Brad Pitt.)
Description: In the Arctic, the sun never sets in the summer while in the winter, this icy, northernmost zone is enveloped in darkness. A zone where aurora lights cascade from above and exotic monsters live in the bitter cold. However, the ice in the Arctic is melting away today. Tears in the Arctic sheds light on the dire issues that our planet is facing as the inhabitants, wildlife and environment in the Arctic are under siege. The plight of the Inuit is covered to present how the natural method of things may come to a screeching halt with catastrophic consequences for our planet. The changing case for the wildlife and folks who inhabit the Arctic are documented in detail. Are folks taking notice of the warning signs of climate change that should lead to disastrous results?
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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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