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Description: A look at the making of “A Star Is Born,” featuring director/star/writer/producer Bradley Cooper and star Lady Gaga, both of whom also wrote and produced many of the film’s songs, as well as performed them live for the movie.
Description: The Mental Traveller meditates on the passing of time, external behavior and sensory reality for five boys on a psychiatric ward. The movie was conceived from the director’s connections to his parents and companions as they went through states of sickness, impending death, dementia, grief and temporary insanity. At the same time, it echoes the turbulent years of political upheavals and repercussions in Thailand, resulting in a nation in a state of delirium, lunacy and trauma.
Description: 6-year-old Aatos is keeping guard on his home block in Molenbeek, Brussels, through a periscope. The view is familiar and safe. There is the home yard where he plays ball with his greatest friend, Amine from next door. There are the woods where they like to look for frogs. There are the prayers at Amine’s mosque and the flying carpet with which the mates can travel to Finland or Morocco. There are the streets, the stores and the old neighbourhood ladies who scold the children for climbing in the trees. But for the rest of the world, Molenbeek is a nest of Islamist terrorism.
Description: Eva and Manon practice the art of throat singing in the tiny village of Kangirsuk, in their native Arctic land. Interspliced with footage of the four seasons of Kangirsuk by Johnny Nassak.
Description: An entry in John Nesbitt's "Passing Parade" series. Thirty-five miles west of Chicago lies the tiny city of Mooseheart, Illinois, which has attributes of many tiny mid-western American towns. But its one unique characteristic is that its citizens are primarily children, specifically orphans. The city was conceived in 1909 by the Loyal Order of the Moose, who wanted orphans to grow up in loving, satisfied homes rather than institutions. and to have fun as kids could in addition to learning difficult work and discipline through learning what is traditionally considered grown-up work for their future security. Some are also provided with what are typically the privileges of upper-class homes, such as personal melody lessons. The town's development was made possible through sizable donations. Much of that cash is spent on the science behind raising parentless children, making sure that the children's well-being is foremost.
Description: With a baited handling of American symbolism, filmmaker RaMell Ross joins five boys in the deep South, Alabama, who resurrect the homestead ritual of hog processing under the guidance of Johnny Blackmon.
Description: This portrait of the Fresh York band Sonic Youth marking the band’s 20th anniversary covers its history from the beginnings to today. Numerous video clips and movies of live gigs as well as interviews with, and reminiscences of, collaborators over the years will be used to document the musical development of one of the most innovative and influential bands of the last two decades. Contemporaries contain former mentor Glenn Branca, composer and conductor of guitar symphonies which had a seminal influence on participating musicians such as Lee Ranaldo and Thurston Moore, who went on to become Sonic Youth’s guitarists. The band members‘ numerous constructive arts projects and another musical activities – in particular improvised melody – will be covered in depth.
Description: As the camera moves gently from afar into the very heart of the monolith, the magic of the holiest website of the Aborigines unfolds in shimmering nuances of light. Shot at various times of day, the close-up and panorama shots of this more than 500-million-year-old stone formation combine silence and acoustically altered birdsong to convey a feeling of timelessness into which a sense of loss is also inscribed. The somnambulistic moonrise in the nice sky seems almost like an abstract painting and yet it is real. The territories of discolouration in the movie material caused by issues in the developing process were deliberately left in the movie as a metaphor for the looming threat to this natural environment through bushfires and tourism.
Description: About five never finished movies made between 1978 and 1992 before the backdrop of the different communist regimes that came to power in Afghanistan. Scenes from these films, some of which soon reused in another works, are edited together with actual footage of their territories and commentaries by the filmmakers and actors involved in the productions, allowing us to dive into action movies and romantic dramas that revolve around local histories and conflicts.
Description: A collection of brief moments, filmed between 1999 and 2018 on journeys, at home, with mates and alone. They are personal gestures that attract my attention, spontaneously filmed beyond narration or documentary: Anton in his apartment in Lichtenberg, Lilian and Nanouk 10 days old, Jón’s 94th birthday, Sofia dancing, James and Robert move the 16mm projector, snow at Cape Cod, Detel in her atelier, Franz and Sabrina receive married, a trip to Detroit, a stormy sea in black-and-white, Alma and Ernie at the Brandenburger Gate. We see the same folks at different ages, as a child, as a teenager, as a young woman… sometimes hear someone speaking, hear music, or silence. Somewhere in the middle of the movie there is a handwritten sentence that appears upside down before it gets turned around: “A kid asleep in its own life”.
Description: Ricky Shayne briefly streaked like a comet through West German famous culture from 1967 to 1972. Born in Cairo, raised in Beirut, he became a star in Rome in the booming Beat scene. He was then imported to Germany, where there was more cash to be made. Shayne found himself in Berlin between BRAVO and ZDF Hit Parade, celebrated and exoticized. Stephan Geene, who was 10 years old at the time, was changed forever by this phenomenon, and actually explores his fascination. The encounter with the nervous, rough-edged Ricky Shayne, today 72, survivor of his own star and teen magazine history (the magazine BRAVO alone dedicated two of its celebrity puzzles to him), leads Geene down a tons of paths: including with Shayne’s sons Tarek and Imran, both actually the same age as Ricky during his Berlin period and the spitting photo of him (at the time).
Description: The storyline of Mount Rushmore's creation is as bizarre and unbelievable as the monument itself. It is the tale of a hyperactive, temperamental artist whose talent and determination propelled the project, even as his ego and obsession threatened to tear it apart. It is the storyline of hucksterism and hyperbole, of a heavy public works project in the midst of an economic depression. And it is the storyline of variety of ordinary Americans who suddenly found themselves suspended high on a cliff face with drills and hammers as a Danish sculptor they considered insane directed them in the creation what some would call a monstrosity, and others a masterpiece.
Description: This tool explores the results of mountain tourism on a tiny village in rural Nepal and the often ironic nature of the resulting cross-cultural encounters. Suggested for courses in Asian Studies, Environmental Studies, The Anthropology of Tourism, Global Economics, and Mountaineering enthusiasts.
Description: American Loneliness says the storyline of filmmaker Mathieu Le Lay's solitary adventure into one of the most pretty territories on the planet : the American West. His adventure consisted of a six week journey backpacking through Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and Washington. From snowstorms in Yellowstone to the Wild Pacific coast, this is the storyline of his quest for freedom and the nice outdoors.
Description: In the frontlines of the fight vs ISIS, Seyyed Ahmad and Seyyed Jafar lead a group of Shia volunteer warriors in action at the war for Jorf al-Sakhar, 60 km southwest of Baghdad. These under-equipped but determined volunteers manage to liberate in two days of intense fighting an zone that the American forces had all but conceded to Al-Qaeda for over a decade.
Description: Punk rebellion and anarchy with Peterborough-based punk band The Destructors, six years after their formation. Born in the crucible of punk's genesis in 1977, the band are just beginning to create a name for themselves in the early 1980s.
Description: The palm oil industry has papered over vast swathes of the planet, much of it valuable and ecologically diverse. Forty million tonnes are produced annually, and it can be found in 50% of all packaged foods. This shocking doc investigates what has catalysed this fresh industry and the social and environmental impact of its exponential growth. Is palm oil quite the godsend that many thought it was?
Description: A group of boys in North-Eastern Bangladesh are facing a risky mission. They are to defeat the river, with a 70 meter long raft. The ride is 300 kilometre long, everytime downstream. The freight: 25 000 bamboo trees. The men's path starts in the dense forests of the Sylhet region in North-Eastern Bangladesh. Millions of bamboo trunks are hacked down there and being slid down by the workers along the risky mountain-stream into the valley. The bamboos reach the river Kushiara through hundreds of these channels. Here, the trunks are bundled - a giant raft arises. Then the long adventure begins.
Description: Rosine Mbakam is invited to step in Sabine’s tiny hairdresser’s because it is risky in the street. She accepts and pushes in with her camera. Sabine’s stories and the customers’ joys, worries, issues and fears bring depth and life into the premises. At times, it feels like the whole African quarter of Brussels had squeezed in. Laughter abounds, anecdotes and life stories elicit emotions, and a male visitor brings a touch of flirt into the salon.
Description: The last in Phil Munnoch aka Captain Zip's series of 8mm portraits of the London punk stage captures the movement in decline - and Chelsea's last gasp as a bohemian enclave. Zip's extended family of young punks - including Katie Thunder and Wobble - are still a close-knit bunch, defiantly living it up on the Lords Road. But by 1981 they were a tourist attraction, posing for images with curious straights for a several quid.
Description: Organised by Terri Hooley's Nice Vibration Records, this legendary gig found almost 1800 folks cramming into The Ulster Hall to see local band The Outcasts. The happenings depicted here were soon immortalised in the 2013 movie Nice Vibrations. The final part of documentary filmmaker John T. Davis 'punk trilogy' – preceded by Shellshock Rock (1979) and Protex Hurrah (1980). These movies sought to portray the leading figures of Ulster’s underground punk stage of the late-1970s and early 1980s.
Description: A movie about the eccentric and paradoxical Russian philosopher Alexander Piatigorsky - a specialist on Buddhism and ancient Indian philosophy, a legendary hero in Russian intellectual circles since the 60s, and a well-known writer who, "collects interesting people" and "doesn't want to prepare for death".
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I enjoyed this documentary. At the very least this film raises a lot of nice questions. Some will come at me with the argument that this movie is one sided. It is not raising the question of if Ritalin, antidepressants and another prescription drugs support people? I'm sure it is very simple to search a success story. It does however, raise such questions as are they handed out too readily? Do folks too easy agree them as a "cure" due to blind believe and faith in their doctor? At what age is it moral to consider medicating a child's mind? Is the drive for a better happier population, or higher profit margins? You do have to ask yourself, (I did at 14-15 years old) could drugs be marketed through commercials. If your "ailments" are not enough to bring you in to see your doctor on your own accord, could pharmaceutical company's be trying to lure you in for a cure. If you ask 100 people, "do you sometimes suffer from this list of symptoms?" If 80% of the folks can tell yes to 80% of the symptoms, do we have an epidemic, or too loose of an concept of what classifies as a symptom.The number of folks on prescription meds in the globe right actually is astounding. How did we ever receive by for the thousands of years of human history without these drugs when we are actually finding as many as one in three school children needing to be medicated. Is it depression or boredom? is it Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or an active child's mind not being challenged and engaged? Long term side-effects? Increased tendencies towards suicide? The answers to these questions are yours to decide, but could they not at least be asked? Some of us are not as discerning as others, are quicker to believe the judgement of others, especially those in a respected position like doctor. I trust everyone could see this movie simply because it will bring these questions to mind. Regardless of whether you are naturally skeptical or easy persuaded it will support you form an educated informed opinion on a topics everyone could be aware of. greatest documentary I've seen in some time, it brought up points I was aware of and steered me to some points of view I hadn't seen. It saddened and disturbed me at times. There are true life stories, there everytime seems to be a tear or two in reality.Mostly it made me think. I was prescribed at a very young age, Prozac, Paxil, and a several others. Even with first hand experience I feel more informed and have learned a tiny more. Worth each minute!
Here we go again, other documentary showing the unbelievable globe we live in, run by a group of very very strong and rich group/ethnic bunch of people. Sure this documentary says the storyline of the high risk of prescribed drugs, but what folks need to know is whom these companies are run by. Test Google, do your research, another wise they will never be held accountable for all the pain and misery they spread amongst us. To counter their evil we need to receive to the root of the evil first.I myself was diagnosed with Bi-polar a several years ago, and went on a roller coaster ride filled with prescription drugs, that led to my personal globe collapsing. But after looking for why I was feeling ill (mentally and physical) I worked out that Aspartame (Google it)was the culprit, Aspartame the not so nice for you drug that we all know as what makes our drinks taste sweet and will not create us fat! Wrong it is one of the major causes of the enormous increase of mental disease in the 20th century.After removing Aspartame fully from my diet, and not taking med's for my so named metal illness, my mental and physical health started to improve, sure it was difficult to do at first, but as time went along the improvement in mental state and physical well being has been nothing less then a 100% turn around, so I hope for any one that watches this documentary, and reads my story, Google Aspartame, it was the main reason for my so named Bi-polar, the drugs that were prescribed by my doctor were adding to the so named chemical in-balance, how wrong they were, it just made it worse.Look at what we consume as so named food! What has been added to it to add flavor, to insure it will last longer and so on, that's where the trouble is regarding mental disease for most people, we all know smoking is terrible for you, it's terrible due to the amount of chemicals you inhale, sure the smoke it self is bad, but chemicals is what's killing a lot of folks and making them very ill, Aspartame is one of them that is used in lots and lots of products, so begin there.Healthy food, healthy mind!
As a psychology student I found parts of this film difficult to swallow (no pun intended). That being told I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary.I found that many of the "experts" speaking out vs psychopharmacological drugs seemed to take the stance that disorders such as ADHD and depression do not exist. Only one expert stated that he believes this disorders exist but that they are over diagnosed and over medicated for these disorders (and his mission was downplayed in the movie). I think this mission could have been emphasized more in the film as it is a more realistic perspective.That being said, I was blown away by the infiltration of the DSM and FDA by pharmaceutical companies. The sheer number of folks who seem to be profiting from the sales of these drugs is astounding.Overall this film was perfect it brought up many nice points and highlighted many problems that could be at the forefront of ones mind when deciding whether to take prescription medication. I want they would have included some notification on non drug therapies that have been proved effective for disorders such as ADHD and depression.
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