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Description: The Phantom of the Operator is a poetic movie collage that documents the construction and rise of female telephone operators and their eventual replacement with computerized communications systems.
Description: This 1980 tour documentary, recorded during the "Tusk" tour, was originally intended to be a companion to the album release for "Tusk", the most expensive rock album made up to that mission in time, and the first *EVER* recorded in a digital format. It includes behind-the-scenes footage and Live performances by Fleetwood Mac of songs from Tusk and previous albums. Due to editing issues, the video became accessible a number of months after the release of Tusk in 1979.
Description: The film that wowed audiences at Expo 70. The movie combined scenic photos including aerial cinematography with rousing classical melody such as Sibelius' Karelia Suite. Using then ground-breaking technology, the movie needed three separate but synchronised 35mm movie projectors which projected their photos onto an extra-wide screen. In 2004/2005 Archives Fresh Zealand commissioned a restoration at post production facility, Park Street Post. Hugh Macdonald, the original director, was involved in the restoration and Kit Rollings, the original sound mixer assisted with the modernized soundtrack. The remastered movie was released for sale on DVD in 2014.
Description: They just arrived in France. They are Irish, Serbs, Brazilians Tunisians, Chinese and Senegalese ... For a year, Julie Bertuccelli filmed talks, conflicts and joys of this group of students aged 11 to 15 years, together in the same class to learn French.
Description: Loosely based on Charles Dicken’s ebook “A Tale of Two Cities”, Working Class says the tale of underground road artists Mike Giant and Mike Maxwell and their decade long friendship that started with a tattoo. The storyline is said through the towns they call home by, cutting back and forth between the neighborhoods of San Francisco and San Diego, as the artists talk about their life philosophies and the work they create.
Description: The Halfmoon Files is a movie on the complex relationships between politics, colonialism, science and media. A movie about gaps, omissions and the construction of history. In short: a ghost story.
Description: Thomas Keating: A Rising Tide of Silence is a reflective portrait of Father Thomas Keating, one of today's most influential spiritual leaders. Interweaving historical footage, interviews, and extensive conversations with Father Thomas, the movie traces his spiritual adventure from an affluent, well-connected Fresh York Town childhood, to an austere Trappist monastic life, to his rise through the Order, and his election as Abbot of St. Joseph’s Abby in 1961. In the early 1970’s Father Thomas introduced Eastern religious practices to the monks and became one of the originators of Centering Prayer. A renowned theologian and creator of more than 30 books, Father Thomas Keating is widely recognized for his ecumenical approach to spirituality. For those who encounter him, his example is a moving modern adventure of faith.
Description: Pre embodied the spirit of athletic excellence. He had a belief in self and sport that transcended all but the outer reaches of human speed and endurance. As a freshman, he appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, which hailed him as "America's Distance Prodigy". By the time he died in a tragic auto accident at the age of 24, Pre held all 7 American records between 2,000 and 10,000 meters. Off the track, he fought relentlessly for the rights of amateur athletes to prosper for their sacrifices. Narrated by Ken Kesey, Fire On the Track is the storyline of this young lion's life, as said through rare footage and the memories of those who knew him greatest - his teammates, coaches, family and friends. Interviews contain David Bedford, Frank Shorter, Ian Stewart, Bill Bowerman, Jeff Galloway, Dick Buerkle, Lasse Viren, Dana Carvey, Mac Wilkins, Kenny Moore, Dave Wottle, Alberto Salazar, and many more.
Description: When many folks think of Israel, it is often in terms of modern fight or ancient religion. But there is much more to the Jewish state then missiles and prayers. In his debut as a documentary filmmaker, adult-film entrepreneur and political columnist Michael Lucas examines a side of Israel that is too often overlooked: its thriving gay community. Undressing Israel details interviews with a diverse range of local men, including a gay member of Israel's parliament, a trainer who served openly in the army, a young Arab-Israeli journalist, and a pair of dads raising their kids. Lucas also visits Tel Aviv's vibrant nightlife scene-and a same-sex wedding-in this guided tour to a country that emerged as a pioneer for gay integration and equality.
Description: A surprisingly intimate portrait of how the dream of running one’s own business can take on monstrous contours. Managed by the father of one of the singers, over the course of five years the woman band 5Angels had reached the gates of pop fame. But it is a path paved not only with the songs of Michal David, but also with the dogged determination of a boy who loses any notion of where his role as manager ends and his role as parent begins. An emotionally moved Karel Gott, five angelic girls, and one overly involved father, thanks to whom the behind-the-scenes pre-Christmas atmosphere melts away just as rapidly as the fat could disappear from the belly. “A singer can’t be a lard bucket!”
Description: The Impossible Hour is a concentrated study of Ole Ritter's attempt in Mexico Town in 1974 to set a fresh record for the hour - described in the movie as "the noblest, most hard record that can be set on a bicycle". A brief retrospective in black and white sets the historical framework, with shots of Ritter and Eddy Merckx' successful record attempts in 1968 and 1972 respectively, and a several words about former record holders such as Fausto Coppi.The movie follows Ritter's three record attempts chronologically, which, accompanied by a Mexican marching band on the bandstand, all fail.
Description: Set in the North Carolina Appalachians, Sprout Wings and Fly honors the fiddle testing of 82-year-old Tommy Jarrell of Toast, NC. Tommy was quirky, gregarious and generous, and this movie shows him at his best, in fine fiddling form.
Description: On the Guajira peninsula in northern Columbia the old traditions of the indigenous Wayuu still keep sway. As later as they start menstruating, young girls have to go and spend a year in a easy hut where only a several girls are allowed to visit them. Contact with boys is taboo. The grandmother is chiefly responsible for preparing the woman for her role as a girl during this period of seclusion. Pili is 12 years old when, for her grandmother's sake, she decides to follow this custom. But does she really know what she is taking on?
Description: Caracas has been changing since the nineteenth century this is a storyline that tries to explain why the Venezuelan capital is complex, chaotic and fertile. In light of these fresh evidences, community experiments, social awareness and organization of people, seem to be the important ingredients to rescue a metropolis that is not yet fully lost.
Description: Short, well-made documentary showing how the NY Yankees vs. AZ Diamondbacks globe series games, just a month after 9-11, provided welcome relief from the uncertainty Fresh Yorkers, and the nation, felt about how to proceed with their lives. The Yankees, during the series, came to symbolize and re-strengthen everything that was, and is, Fresh York... and America.
Description: ”This year we pulled out all the stops to bring you Dimensions. An exploration of all sides that snowkiting has to offer in find of the hidden realm. Join a group of the world’s top kiters on an epic journey as they continue to raise the bar of what’s possible. Shot in High Definition all over the globe during the 2008 season, Dimensions will have you reaching for the rewind button again and again. Featuring the high lvl of cinematography and filmmaking that you’ve come to expect from snowkitefilm.com.” Running time: 45 minutes. Bonus: Trailers, Super 8 Footage, Ozone Snowkite Masters Spoken language: English and Norwegian Subtitles: English
Description: Kazuo Nishii, renowned editor and photography critic, died in 2001 of stomach cancer. Two months earlier he contacted Naomi Kawase, whose works he admired, to document the remaining weeks of his life. Kawase visits him in the hospital and movies the progression of his sickness and the conversations between the two.
Description: The movie is a portrait of Yorgos Tzinoudis, a painter of pop art. We start at his vehicle and go on to the covers of Soul magazine, his refrigerator, his paintings... A restless spirit, he tries to capture in his paintings human alienation and oppression, the stress of the town which none of us are immune to. His paintings are “weird”; skulls and cockroaches, but also a testing card are his favorite themes, through which he satirizes reality in an allusive way. The movie follows him at work, at the Wine Museum at the Gerovassiliou vineyard, at his house/studio, or as he wanders around the city. His mates and colleagues talk about him, until finally we allow him take off again, far from Thessaloniki, on fresh adventures of the mind and soul. (The movie is an episode of the documentary series Portraits of Tomorrow.)
Description: The movie is a portrait of Yorgos Tzinoudis, a painter of pop art. We start at his vehicle and go on to the covers of Soul magazine, his refrigerator, his paintings... A restless spirit, he tries to capture in his paintings human alienation and oppression, the stress of the town which none of us are immune to. His paintings are “weird”; skulls and cockroaches, but also a testing card are his favorite themes, through which he satirizes reality in an allusive way. The movie follows him at work, at the Wine Museum at the Gerovassiliou vineyard, at his house/studio, or as he wanders around the city. His mates and colleagues talk about him, until finally we allow him take off again, far from Thessaloniki, on fresh adventures of the mind and soul.
Description: Merging the subjective and the objective, the autobiographical and the anthropological, The Laughing Alligator is a highly private observation of an indigenous South American culture. Recorded while he and his family were living among the Yanomami of Venezuela, this compelling work distills Downey's find for his own cultural identity and heritage through the encounter between the Western family and the so-called "primitive" tribe. Challenging the anthropological view of the Yanomami as violent cannibals, Downey focuses on the tribe's myths, rituals and ceremonies, documenting funerary rites in which tribal members eat the pulverized ashes of their dead to insure their immortality. Subverting conventional modes of ethnographic documentary, Downey participates as an active presence, "shooting" with his video camera as a means of creating an interactive dialogue between artist and topics and addressing his own "yearning for a purer existence."
Description: You've never heard of Jonathan Hoefler or Tobias Frere-Jones but you've seen their work. They run the most successful and respected kind design studio in the world, making fonts used by the Wall Road Journal to the President of the United States.
Description: In 1979 and 1980, workers in São Paulo’s metallurgical industry organized a series of strikes that changed the face of union politics in Brazil. In the process, they established the groundwork for Brazil’s Worker’s Party and brought to the national spotlight union leader Luís Inácio Lula da Silva. Metalworkers is a feature-length documentary about the stories of 21 of these workers who took part in these historic strikes but remain in relative anonymity today.
Description: Constructive and competitive, members of the Evil Geniuses Starcraft 2 squad gotta prove themselves to create the slash in professional video gaming. Nice Minigame follows the squad as they explore that one wrong transport should end their dreams.
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Al Lewis was most popular for his role as Grandpa on "The Munsters". The filmmaker Sergio Oksman worked with Lewis for few years before his death...recording the man's thoughts and remembrances. Two things, however, surprised me. First, at one mission Lewis tells he is 92 though IMDb listed his age at his death as 82. This is not unusual...actors OFTEN lie about their age one method or the another and it's possible IMDb is wrong. His birth year is often listed as either 1910 or 1923--and that's a cute hefty spread! I'd assume that he was well into his nineties when he died, as I cannot see a reason for him to pretend to be even older in this documentary. Second, instead of Lewis talking all about his career on TV and in a several films, he instead talks politics. It turns out Lewis is a life-long leftist and he rails about the Red Scare, 9/11, the Vietnam Fight and politicians and I am sure it will offend most viewers. Lewis was unconcerned about this and now seemed to play talking about his hatred of an 'Americanism' that promoted war. It's a very challenging movie to watch because of this, though I found myself often agreeing with him despite my Republican upbringing. Actually he is NOT just anti-Republican but anti- system. He sees the government as a nice evil and explains why. Never dull...and it's interesting how Oksman filmed it over quite a several years, so you receive to see Lewis when he is old and vigorous, old and not so vigorous as well as in a hospital bed waiting for oblivion. A fascinating film.
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