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Description: The documentary follows The Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Squad on the street as they compete in the 2015 Globe Box Lacrosse Championships. For the first time ever, the Championship Minigames were held on an Indian Reservation, in Onondaga in upstate Fresh York, the Capitol of the Iroquois Confederacy.
Description: Explores the life and work of English journalist Robert Cox, the former editor of "The Buenos Aires Herald" everyday newspaper, whose investigative reporting in the late 1970s exposed the shocking human rights crimes of Argentina's military dictators.
Description: What if you should receive behind the wheel and race through space? We scale down the Solar System to the continental United States and zone the planets along the method to better appreciate the immense scale of the Universe. See zone as never before, with Mars looming over the Freedom Turret and Jupiter towering above the Lincoln Memorial. Join former astronaut Chris Hadfield - a YouTube sensation for his performance of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” aboard the International Zone Station - and his interstellar hitchhikers Michio Kaku and astronomers Derrick Pitts and Laura Danly. It’s a joyride from coast to coast - and from the sun to Pluto.
Description: U2, Talking Heads, Depeche Mode, Blondie, Duran Duran, Tears for Fears, The Clash, The Cure: Over half a billion records sold but you may never have heard of them if not for a tiny suburban radio station on Long Island, NY: WLIR. In August, 1982, a tiny group of radio visionaries knew they couldn't compete with the mega-stations in Fresh York City. With one brave decision, they changed the sound of radio forever. Tool Director Denis McNamara, the 'LIR team and the largest artists of the era say the storyline of how they battled the FCC, the record labels, mega-radio and all the conventional guidelines to make a musical movement that brought the Fresh Wave to America.
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Description: This video invites you inside the U-505 submarine, the current craft that stalked the waters of the Atlantic before it was blown to the surface and captured on June 4, 1944. This immersive video reveals the technology and life aboard this sub in the days leading up to her capture. Among the many highlights, you’ll see crewmen bunks and the galley, wedged in among the mechanical workings of the sub.
Description: This is an interesting tiny documentary about the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, which was apparently one of the global hotbeds of experimental/avant garde art- particularly video art- back in the 70's & 80's. MacGillvary interviews a number of the artists that were formative to the program. Many of whom would go on to become teachers at the school.
Description: The Dangers of the Fly is an educational movie made by Ernesto Gunche and Eduardo Martínez de la Pera, also responsible for Gaucho Nobility (1915), the largest blockbuster of Argentinean silent cinema. De la Pera was a talented photographer, everytime willing to test fresh gadgets and techniques. This movie experiments with microphotography in the style of Jean Comandon's movies for Pathé and it is part of a series which included a movie about mosquitoes and paludism and other one about cancer, which are considered lost. Flies were a famous topics of silent movies and there are more than a dozen games featuring them in the teens and early twenties.
Description: Documentary examines the history and evolution of the Olympic Games, taking a close look at the Olympic charter, oath and ideals. Also featured are rare home films and interviews with Olympic athletes and the oldest known color footage of the Olympic Minigames from Berlin in 1936.
Description: Originally intended to be a detail film, Spring Break was then significantly slash down to a much shorter length. The movie shows a week in the life of a young boy during his spring holiday and serves as a documentary-fiction hybrid.
Description: In Burma, the “Venerable Wirathu” is a highly influential Buddhist monk. Meeting him amounts to traveling to the heart of daily racism and observing how Islamophobia and hate speech lead to violence and destruction. Yet this is a country in which 90% of the population has adopted Buddhism as a faith: a religion based on a peaceful, tolerant and non-violent method of life.
Description: The Disobbedienti emerged from the Tute Bianche during the demonstrations vs the G8 summit in Genoa in July 2001. The “Tute Bianche” were the white-clad Italian activists who used their bodies – protected by foam rubber, tires, helmets, gas masks, and homemade shields – in direct acts and demonstrations as weapons of civil disobedience. The Tute Bianche first appeared in Italy in 1994 in the midst of a social setting in which the “mass laborer,” who had played a central role in the 1970s in production and in labor struggles, was gradually replaced in the transition to precarious post-Fordist means of production. “Disobbedienti” thematizes the Disobbedienti’s origins, political bases, and forms of direct action on the basis of conversations with seven members of the movement.
Description: In the Honduran coup of June 28, 2009, where the Constitutional President was kidnapped, a famous movement was born without precedent because of its national character. The students, members of the famous resistance, explain their reasons and their vision in the middle of this conflict that received continental uproar. Filmed in August 2009 while the president is still in involuntary exile. Filmed days after the coup, this documentary shows impressions, opinions and positions of the Central American folks in their struggle for democracy and the restitution of the Constitutional President José Manuel Zelaya. In the voice of the students and another Honduran protagonists.
Description: In the hot summer of 1975, in the middle of the revolution, in the heat of political and social conflicts, a crime is committed in a slum neighborhood on the outskirts of Lisbon. Analyzing this crime, as its causes, its protagonists, its local and national context, the movie proposes a hot reflection on the Revolutionary Process in Progress (Processo Revolucionário em Progresso ) that throughout the year and throughout the country, and on how political contradictions, Social and economic rights that divided Portugal as a effect of the military coup of 25 April 1974.
Description: Who Wants to Live Forever, the Wisdom of Aging is a one hour documentary movie about the myths, facts and contradictions in the never-ending war for both longevity and healthy aging.
Description: Based on attentive research, this documentary touches on the most striking aspects of Foxilandia, the management of President Vicente Fox, and dissects this national tragicomedy from the political, economic and social points of view.
Description: A portrait of a difficult rocking band known for their substance-fueled live performances on their evolutionary adventure to become one of the best cult rock bands of our time.
Description: Set within the Corpus Christi Monastery in Rockford, Illinois, Chosen: Custody of the Eyes forms an intimate portrait of Heather*, a former blogger and painter confronting what she believes is her calling: Becoming a cloistered contemplative nun in one of the strictest religious orders. Selected is a coming-of-age storyline by first-time filmmaker Abbie Reese in collaboration with Heather, who became the film's basic cinematographer. The Novice Mistress deemed this project a "once in a lifetime" occurrence - permitting a video camera to capture monastic life from the inside. *She chosen the alias "Heather" to reflect the Terrible Clare Colettine pursuit of anonymity.
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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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