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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.
Description: In Find of Avery Willard iIlluminates the life and work of the groundbreaking, and mostly forgotten, artist Avery Willard — photographer, filmmaker, writer, publisher, leatherman, pornographer.
Description: Chapter Two represents a continuation of everyday observations from the environment of Manhattan compiled over a period from 1980-1981. This is the second part of an extended life's portrait of Fresh York.
Description: Gonzalo and Gina live in a globe of their own, a superb villa on an immense estate, near Mexico City. Walls with barbed wire hold the outside globe far away. Their son, filmmaker Diego Gutierrez, says their story. Parts of a Family is a portrait of how a relationship between two folks can change after many years from nice love to a strangling imprisonment. It is a bittersweet and universal love story.
Description: The documentary says four stories by drawing parallels between the cycles of water and the cycles of life. Its main characters belong to the most representative part of rural and urban Indian society
Description: Powerful, direct and heartrending, The Starfish Throwers explores how three of the world's most fiercely compassionate individuals struggle to restore hope to the hopeless in unexpected and sometimes risky ways. Continents apart, a sixth grader, a top chef and retired school teacher war what seems an unwinnable fight until they explore their impact may reach further than their action
Description: Key decision makers reveal the inside storyline of how the West was drawn ever deeper into the Afghan war. Reporter John Ware charts the history of a decade of fighting and looks at when the conflict may end.
Description: Documentary movie on the life and work of creator W. Somerset Maugham. His life and work discussed by writers such as Armistead Maupin and Alexander McCall-Smith and experts such as Selina Hastings.
Description: The trajectory of Branca, a 3 years old Brazilian, and Marcos. They never met in life before seeing themselves on screen. Branca travels to Cuba, her father homeland, in the anniversary of the revolution.
Description: This is a full-length documentary honoring the life and work of American composer and artist John Cage. Cage is considered one of the most influential composers of the 20th century. This documentary details interviews with different personalities from various fields as they introduce us to the life and work of this nice American artist.
Description: When 30 girls aged 67 - 84 from across America and around the globe descend on Fall River, Massachusetts to compete in the 30th anniversary Ms. Senior Sweetheart Pageant, hilarity and heartbreak ensue.
Description: At a time when powerlessness and resignation carry the day, Noam Chomsky's work is a radical antidote for all those who wish to place an end to the factory of powerlessness and its intellectual media star watchdogs. Theoretician of language, born in Philadelphia in 1928, Noam Chomsky revolutionized linguistics with the "generative grammar." But Chomsky is also a political analyst involved in all political struggles for decades. His clear analysis and rational ideological mechanisms of our societies is a crucial resource for critical thinking today.
Description: Lost in the Bewilderness is a feature-length documentary about the filmmaker’s cousin Lucas, kidnapped at age five from his native Greece, and found on the eve of his 16th birthday in the US. This storyline of international parental abduction, filmed for over twenty years, chronicles Lucas’s adventure of growth and self-discovery, and culminates with Lucas becoming a father himself. Lost in the Bewilderness is not only a detective storyline but also a lyrical meditation on childhood, lost and found, and an exploration of how the themes of ancient Greek myth and tragedy, with the family at their center, are still very much alive in the modern world.
Description: Storm Troops says the storyline of America's unsung first responders. Linemen work behind the scenes protecting our method of life, rebuilding after natural disasters and putting their lives on the line everyday. Almost half of America's 400,000 linemen are scheduled for retirement in the next five to ten years. Without an influx of fresh linemen entering the trade, who's going to to hold the power on?
Description: At 14 Rabha El Haimer was an illiterate kid bride, beaten, raped and then rejected. Ten years later, she is a single mother, fighting to legalise her sham marriage and safe a future for her illegitimate daughter. With unprecedented access to the Moroccan justice system, “Bastards” follows Rabha’s war from the Casablanca slums to the high courts.
Description: This short movie is part of a mixed media artwork of the same name, which also included postcards of Ader crying, sent to mates of his, with the game of the work as a caption. The movie was initially ten mins long, and included Ader rubbing his eyes to produce the tears, but was slash down to three and a half minutes. This shorter ver captures Ader at his most anguished. His face is framed closely. There is no introduction or conclusion, no reason given and no relief from the anguish that is presented.
Description: Shot in his garage-studio, the camera records Ader painstakingly hoisting a huge brick over his head. His figure is harshly lit by two tangles of light bulbs. He suddenly loses control of the brick, crushing one strand of lights. As he again lifts the brick, allowing tension and dread to accrue, the climax seems inevitable—the brick will (and does) fall and terminate the camera’s remaining illumination. Here the movie abruptly ends with the irrevocable logic of consciousness extinguished. This easy cause and result sequence performs a narrative that is startlingly incongruous with its conclusion. The brick is witnessed demolishing the lights, but that seems to be an insufficient explanation for the void of meaning it leaves in the wake of the film’s ending—the blunt finality of another’s death, by implication, creates a related scramble to search language for a disturbing rupture.
Description: "Skiing Everest" is the first documentary about the tiny elite fraternity of high-altitude skiers who climb the highest peaks in the globe in pure Alpine style, carrying their skis and declining to test supplemental oxygen. At the top of the world, high in the Death Zone, they lock into their skis and challenge the most risky slopes in the globe - under weather conditions that are as perilous as the thin air, hidden crevasses, and 10,000 ft. sheer faces that drop into Nepal and Tibet far below.
Description: Peter Jennings takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Truman administration and the happenings that led to the atomic bombing of Japan in 1945. Contains footage of the wonderful destruction, some of which has been kept secret for decades.
Description: The Valley is Ours is a tribute to Australia's best river and the valley that it supports. Homage to post-war progress, this classic movie celebrates the abundance of the Murray River Valley; from agriculture to timber, fishing to mining, fruit picking to shipbuilding. Proud and optimistic, it also celebrates the spirit of the folks as they overcome issues of erosion, bushfire and drought and makes a plea for further development, arguing that at least other million folks should search satisfied homes in this fertile territory.
Description: Documentary about the Large East. 30 for 30 Present: Requiem For The Large East chronicles the meteoric ascension of the Large East conference, and how in less than a decade, it became the most successful college basketball league in America.
Description: A raw and candid dialogue about the life and craft of acting between longtime colleagues and mates Dabney Coleman, Peter Falk, Charles Grodin, Tag Rydell, Harry Dean Stanton and Sydney Pollack. Drago Sumonja's document takes us into the hearts, minds, and living rooms of some of America's best storytellers.
Description: Documentary about the nice Brazilian photographers who helped develop Brazilian cinema and their opinions on their work, making films in Brazil and in general, and another subjects. As a bonus, they all accepted to shoot the same stage following their individual concepts, and the effect is shown for comparison.
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If you rent this movie to see porn you will be in for a shock, as there is none. To be honest, much like the Ron Jeremy documentary, there really isn't any nudity from my recollection either. What this movie IS is a string of boring interviews which receive worse over time. To me this movie was a series of porn stars who answered the same questions in the same way. How many times do you have to mention how difficult your life was growing up and how you wish to do this for you, etc etc as if you are rationalizing your terrible choice of career to the entire world? What would have helped this movie would have been a better choice of actresses to interview. Jenna Jameson, Jill Kelly, and Chasey Lain would all have been nice choices since they have some sort of mainstream appeal outside of porn. However, none of these more popular stars were interviewed.In fact the only person I recognized in the entire movie was Asia Carerra who is a semi star at best. Finally, one of the more annoying scenes in the movie was the Italian porn star who spoke half his interview in Italian and half in English, so during the stage the movie was constantly switching back and forth between subtitles and accented English, UGH. I personally would not suggest this film for the casual or large documentary fan. Even if you are a huge fanatic of porn I wouldn't suggest it either as it provides absolutely no insight to the business that hasn't already been spouted off in a segment on a present like 60 Mins before.
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