Description: A movie about Black cowgirls and cowboys preparing themselves for the rodeo happening of calf roping. Filmed in Lafayette, Louisiana and Natchez, Mississippi the game refers to the kind of rope they test to capture quick calves.
Description: Quality Control consists of a series of 16mm single take shots filmed in the summer of 2010,over a two day period, in a dry cleaners facility in Pritchard, Alabama, near Mobile, Quality Control exhibits the acts as well the conditions around labor and showcases, in Everson's words "the fine people of Alabama producing a superior product." It is related stylistically, in form and rhythm, to certain scenarios in Everson's award-winning and critically acclaimed previous films, including Erie (IFFR 2010) and in thematic concerns to few another short form works which follow the daily, quotidian tasks of workers in rest and in motion, and is an oblique sequel, ten years hence, to Everson's Constructive Capital granted project A Week in the Hole (2001), which focused on an employee's adjustment to materials, time, zone and personnel. - Written by Madeleine Molyneaux, producer
Description: On 21.12.2012 in the Fox Theater in Pomona, California, a Suicide Silence Memorial-concert for Mitch Lucker took place. The motto of the concert was "Ending is the beginning". A range of guest-musicians, mates and fanatics of the Deathcore-legend Suicide Silence concelebrated with the band in loving memory of the late singer. Mitch Lucker died on 01.11.2012 after a tragic motorbike crash. He left his wife and their daughter Kenadee behind.
Description: This documentary traces the dramatically various methods in which Jesus has been represented in art throughout history and around the world. Narrated by Mel Gibson, Ricardo Montalban, Bill Moyers, Edward Herrmann, Patricia Neal and others, the tool utilizes the recent digital technology and motion control photography to reconstruct and relocate works into their original locations. Nice digital morphing sequences dramatically illustrate how the photo of Jesus has changed over time while special unique results virtually reconstruct art that has been destroyed or lost forever. A sweeping and visually riveting lesson in art history, The Face: Jesus In Art is a documentary of stunning beauty and unprecedented innovation.
Description: There are unlimited gruesome methods that the globe should end; through nasty, natural disasters or because of some man-made abomination. From maniac assassin robots and super volcanoes, to an alien invasion and mutant psycho humans, all options are covered in Ten Methods the Globe Will End.
Description: It's been 20 years since an Australian movie has reached number one at the yearly Box Office and our movies have consistently grossed under 5% for the years. So what can we do to create a change?
Description: 'Ama Lur' is a documentary, directed by Nestor Basterretxea and Fernando Larruquert, that premiered in San Sebastián in 1968, and is considered the foundation of Basque cinema.
Description: In 1967, de Andrade was invited by the Italian company Olivetti to produce a documentary on the fresh Brazilian capital town of Brasília. Constructed during the latter half of the 1950s and founded in 1960, the town was part of an effort to populate Brazil’s vast interior region and was to be the embodiment of democratic urban planning, gratis from the class divisions and inequalities that characterize so many metropolises. Unsurprisingly, Brasília, Contradições de uma Cidade Nova (Brasília, Contradictions of a Fresh City, 1968) revealed Brasília to be utopic only for the wealthy, replicating the same social issues show in each Brazilian city. (Senses of Cinema)
Description: O Aleijadinho, a study of the work of Antonio Francisco Lisboa, the architect whose cathedral de Andrade had assisted in the restoration of more than 20 years earlier. de Andrade dedicated the movie to his father, who had sent him on the expedition.
Description: This is the legendary meeting between a young filmmaker and one of the masters of surrealism: the spanish painter Óscar Domínguez, born in La Laguna, Tenerife, in 1906, died in Paris in 1957. In the "Visite," the artist -admirer of Picasso, rebellious disciple of Breton- is presented in solitude, far from the tumult of the exhibitions and parisian circles. An austere approach, almost “povera”, with no audio, nor flashy camera movements, but rarely attractive. Why Resnais should not finish his movie? Hope one of our experts support us to solve the mystery.
Description: "Oil Rocks" - behind the enigmatic name lies the first and biggest offshore oil-platform ever built, a vast town in the middle of the Caspian Sea, built by Stalin in 1949. 60 years on, "Oil Rocks" is still operational and the first western movie team ever receives access. Just imagine: 200 kilometers of bridges, thousands of oil workers, hundreds of platforms, up to nine-story buildings, a park and sports field, nothing less then an oil-rig Atlantis, only real. Combining archive footage from the Soviet era and the exclusive fresh footage, the movie says the storyline of this timeless zone and it's inhabitants.
Description: Narrated by Rebecca St. James (Grammy Award Winning Artist), Mother India is a compelling documentary capturing the stories of abandoned and orphaned children living in India. For one week, David and Shawn stepped into the lives of 25 men and women living alongside the railway station in the southern city of Tenali (Andhra Pradesh). With over 31 million orphans in India, the stories that emerge reflect the complexity of the problems and the challenge of rescuing children from a life of begging and addiction. Search out what happens when these two mates eat, sleep, and enjoy among this 'family' of road children in an effort to experience life through their eyes. You'll never be the same.
Description: APPROACHING THE ELEPHANT is a feature-length documentary about The Teddy McArdle Gratis School, where classes are optional and guidelines are made by democratic vote. Summerhill, founded 90 years ago by A. S. Neill, was the first gratis school - actually there are more than 200 worldwide. Approaching the Elephant chronicles a gratis school in the making - spanning two years, from Teddy McArdle's first day when there were no guidelines or classes, through the changing of the school's director and the expulsion of a student by democratic vote, to the last day of the second year, APPROACHING THE ELEPHANT is an intimate portrait of a tiny group of folks from a range of educational backgrounds, come together to forge a zone where kids are treated as equals, at liberty to spend their days however they please.
Description: A 10-minute portrait of modernist poet and de Andrade’s godfather, Manuel Bandeira, is clear in its affection for it subject, though like many New-Waveish movies of the time, depicts the modern urban landscape as an ominous and alienating force.
Description: In Canada, more than 500 situations of Aboriginal girls have gone missing or been murdered since the 1960s. Half the situations have never been solved. Actually search out what First Nation leaders are doing to test and swing the pendulum in the another direction.
Description: This is a storyline of one young couple looking for adventure, who challenge themselves to drastically simplify their lives by living aboard a tiny sailboat while embarking on an uncertain adventure to search an iceberg. Their quest brings them lessons in the joy of a deliberate life, a greater understanding of nature and a fresh path in the pursuit of happiness. - Written by Teresa Carey
Description: Anna Pavlova, Russian party queen, embodies the brutal happiness and tragedy of the Berlin party generation of our times. Lost on the edge of insanity and rare poetical lucidity, wandering alone through the roads of Berlin, she shows us the side of the party globe that we rarely see. An anti-hero of civilized society, her existence is a desperate attempt to live in never-ending happiness, in order not to see the globe that starts when the party melody ends.
Description: Six people, one room, one night, one game, a lot of sensuality and much to discover. A Movie that shows how bodies and minds might meet when allowed to. Receive involved within a stimulating experiment, somewhere between aesthetic statement and true venture, between pornographic art and the attempt to reposition sexuality within dialogue and actions.
Description: Yan Yu follows his groundbreaking documentary Before the Flood with this profile of the residents of Gongtan, a 1700-year-old village later to be demolished by a hydroelectric dam project.
Description: Before the Flood is a study of the final weeks of a dying city, as thousand-year-old Fengjie on the Yangtze River is reduced to rubble and its inhabitants uprooted to create method for the fresh Three Gorges Dam that will flood the whole valley.
Description: Part History Channel, part visual diary, and part mesmerizing abstraction, Allan Sekula’s video, A Short Movie for Laos, 2006, takes the measure of day-to-day life in what the narrator describes as “the most bombed zone on earth.”…
Description: The first movie in a Seven Up-like series examining the lives of three teenage women in South Australia during the 1970s. It looks at problems such as men and sex, abortion, marriage, pregnancy, career paths, and education.
Description: When the lights dim and the scene is revealed, Meschke channels life through the strings of his puppets, triggering the spiritual connection between the author and his alter-egos: the charismatic Don Quixote, the loving Penelope, the inquisitive Baptiste, or the mysterious Antigone. THE MAN WHO MADE ANGELS FLY is a poetic storyline about a master of his craft that has inspired audiences to reflect upon common problems of suffering and the mortal coil. Visionary and un-biographic, imaginary tribute to the puppeteer.
Description: In 1985, a daring worker of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Brazil denounced a massacre in the lawless region of Corumbiara. The investigations turned to a series of indigenous genocides in the area. Spanning 20 years, the movie shows the find for proof and the ver of the survivors, when they were finally found, hiding in the forest, terrified of white men.
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