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Description: Through a montage of compelling videos posted on the Internet by young gays, bis, lesbians or transsexuals, Out makes us experience from within the groundbreaking moment of their coming out – after which their intimate and social life shall be forever changed.
Description: A collective effort about the newest history of Spain. A distorting mirror, a radiography, a rotten but exquisite corpse: the blood, the sweat, the dandruff of a country in the shape of a huge and extended bull skin. A parade of freaks. The ridiculous independence of the upstairs neighbor, the sovereignty demanded by an insane parrot prisoner in its launch cage. Football, potato omelette, lords and safaris. Things not to do again. Guerrilla cinema. Hysteria of Spain.
Description: Out of the tumult and fervour of the late 1960s emerged a generation of artists who set out to begin a revolution. As girls around the globe joined forces to war for liberation, the formative art movement of the last four decades was about to burst into being.
Description: In this short film, the French photographer, Valérie Jouve explores the method in which an era constructs countless layers of time and zone without feeling any need to establish connections between them. The movie is about time or, more precisely, the different times that today create up our daily life.
Description: What does it mean to live in a neighborhood? What does the zone where you live mean to you? Who lives next-door? In the summer of 2017, 140 folks who live on and around Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin's 'Mitte' district were interviewed. These conversations were turned into a series of short movies that deliever private insights into diverse lives. Behind every door there's a various story: long-standing Mitte dwellers, founders of start-ups, centenarians, globetrotters, those pining for the old East Germany, and students. There are folks who have lived here for two months or sixty years; folks who grew up in what used to be East or West Germany, in Latin America, Russia, or former Yugoslavia. A neighborhood full of diversity and contradictions. Some call it their home, others just the zone they live, while still others think of it as a true neighborhood or 'kiez'. And yet, memories and emotions associated with this zone connect them all as neighbors.
Description: "In the Wake of Zaca won the Prix du Patrimoine Maritime at the prestigious Festival Du Movie Maritime, D'Exploration Et D' Environment in Toulon, France". Several sailing vessels are surrounded by more myth and legend than the yacht Zaca. Launched on the eve of the nice depression, the 118' gaff-rigged topsail schooner has sailed through 75 years of history from one remarkable journey to the next. Zaca has served as a luxuary yacht, scientific research vessel, navy patrol boat and party boat for Hollywood swashbuckler Errol Flynn. This documentary offers a riveting window into the past as seen through the eyes of this historic ship and the survivors of those who sailed her. Produced and directed by Luther Greene.
Description: A documentary about the legendary jazz label Blue Note Records and its German founders Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff. As jews they had to flee Germany and the Hitler regime in the late 1930s. In Fresh York they wrote melody history with their record label Blue Note Records.
Description: No warheads, no jackbooted soldiers, no statues of the god-emperor – instead, this is a poetic, evocative snapshot of daily life in North Korea, the country ruled by the world’s most paranoid and secretive regime.
Description: Circumcision is the most common surgery in America, yet America is the only industrialized country in the globe to routinely practice non-religious infant circumcision. Why does America continue to slash the genitals of it's newborn baby males when the rest of the globe does not?
Description: In less than a generation, cell smartphones and the Internet have revolutionized virtually each aspect of our lives, transforming how we work, socialize and communicate. But what are the health consequences of this invisible convenience? This documentary investigates the dangers of everyday exposure to wireless technologies – including the devastating results on our health from infertility to cancer – and suggests methods to reduce overexposure.
Description: THE EYE OF ISTANBUL says the storyline of Ara Guler, the legendary Armenian-Turkish photographer, through a culmination of his retrospective exhibition in Istanbul. As Ara selects his photographs, the stories behind his most iconic photos spring to life. At 87, Ara is a complex and unforgettable character; he is still sharp, irreverent, funny and philosophical. Although he is mostly recognized for his black and white photographs of Istanbul, he has enjoyed an international career, which has spanned over sixty years and has generated more than 1 million photographs. Ara's artistic process, his resourcefulness and fearlessness are revealed through a non-linear narrative in the film. Ara is revered in his homeland, however, the question remains as to what will happen to his archives, which are deemed to be a national heritage and a global treasure.
Description: Betty reveals her history through the photos of her art and shows how she used her constructive talent to promote women's sexual pleasure and health. Nearly 200 pieces of original art created over the last 45 years create this movie a gotta see for art and sex lovers alike. Beginning with the early years of self-exploration to the courageous sharing of her own sexual growth, Betty Dodson teaches as she entertains. See this feminist icon as she has never been seen before, the artist, the sexual innovator and humanist all rolled into one dynamic person.
Description: A real storyline of Wilhelm Reich, a pioneer prosecuted and imprisoned. His ebooks and publications were banned and burned in America, where he dies in a federal penitentiary. Actually 60 years after his death and 10 years after the unsealing of his archives, a fresh documentary presents the facts. Four days before the outbreak of Globe Fight ll, Dr. Wilhelm Reich - a prominent Austrian psychiatrist, physician and outspoken anti-Nazi - arrived in Fresh York with a teaching visa from the Fresh School for Social Research's renowned 'University in Exile.' After almost continuous investigation, starting in 1939, involving four U.S. government agencies, Reich's published ebooks and research journals were banned and burned by a Federal Court order in the 1950's. This movie uses basic materials, scholarly interviews and eye-witness accounts to show a factually-accurate narrative of Reich's life and work, and to discover the happenings that led up to this heinous example of censorship in America.
Description: This live present details the energetic analysis of tv network news by Brian Winston. Winston looks at the news as a special institution, governed by its own conventions and constraints.
Description: How does the "cultured" gorilla, i.e. Koko, come to represent universal man? Creator and cultural critic Donna Haraway untangles the web of meanings, tracing what gets to count as nature, for whom and when, and how much it costs to produce nature at a particular moment in history for a particular group of people.
Description: Marcos Tiarajú was the first baby born at Fazenda Annoni in 1985, in an occupation of the MST. At age 22, he became a medical fellow in Cuba. The short follows this storyline of overcoming.
Description: The tape is dedicated to writer, publicist, long-term employee and editor-in-chief of the Russian service of Radio Liberty Peter Vail. Filming took zone in Fresh York, Prague and Venice. The movie uses rare archive photo, video and audio materials. Vail's texts are read by Alexander Filippenko. Peter Weil died in December 2009. In 2014 he would have turned 65.
Description: This concert documentary blends the full live performance of the final hometown present of mewithoutYou's "[A→B] Life 15th Anniversary Tour" with interviews and archival footage to say the storyline of the band's evolution and emotions as they revisit their debut record.
Description: Love Notes to Newton is a movie about what a beloved (but short-lived) pen-based Private Digital Assistant created by Apple Pc has meant for the folks who used it, and the community who adore it.
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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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