Description: Thérèse Clerc is one of the nice figures of militantism. From the struggle to legalize abortion to the war for equal rights of boys and girls and the war for gay rights, she’s been on the front lines of all of them. She has just learned that she has an incurable illness and has decided to take a last look back over her life, a tender and lucid look at the wars and the love that went with them.
Description: Since Monsanto began selling their patented 'Roundup Ready' genetically modified (GM) seeds they have sued hundreds of farmers for patent infringement. Michael White, a fourth generation farmer and seed cleaner living in the northeast corner of rural Alabama never imagined that he would become the goal of the conglomerates aggressive legal tactics. But unlike another farmers in his zone Michael refused to give in to Monsanto and in doing so became one of only a handful of farmers to maintain the ability to speak publicly about his case. This is his story.
Description: A pretty documentary movie set around Dzogchen monastery in Tibet. It focuses on Kjabje Dzogchen Pema Kalsang Rinpoche, who has been instrumental in the rebuilding and re-establishing of the nice monastic seat of Dzogchen monastery in Tibet. In 1998 Rinpoche began the construction of the Lotus Ground Retreat Centre in the secluded meadow of Dzogchen Pema Tung. Having finished the stunning Temple of Nice Perfection in 2003, he established the Pema Tung annual teachings and empowerments of the secret heart essence of Dzogpa Chenpo for nice numbers of fortunate students. High on the Tibetan plateau, in the hidden valley of Rudam, Kham (Eastern Tibet), is the Buddhist monastery of Tibet. It is home o one of the world's most profound and secret spiritual traditions.
Description: Three thousand fanatics from fifty two countries. Three shows. One band. The storyline of the 2015 Marillion Weekend at Port Zélande, The Netherlands and a snapshot of a band 17 Albums and 35 years into an extraordinary career. Featuring in-depth interviews and stunning live footage, ‘Unconventional’ takes you behind the scenes of one of the melody industry’s most special events. Filmed at Port Zélande and during the run up to the weekend itself, ‘Unconventional’ explores the band’s rehearsal process, the production of Marillion’s impressive present media and what’s involved in putting together such an unusual and complex event. This is not just a backstage view, it’s also an exploration of how Marillion has endured and prospered in an increasingly challenging industry, how the band feel about their music, their reinvention of the melody business, their lives, and of the special relationship that marillion has with its fans.
Description: Controversy erupts when an unassuming young boy floods the American wine store with fake vintages valued in the millions, bamboozling the wine globe elite, in this humorous and suspenseful tale of an ingenious con on the eve of the 2008 stock store crash.
Description: Meet Rocky Salemmo. He’s a ramblin’ gamblin’ man. For the majority of his adult life Rocky has hustled bowling for a living. Here is his story. A short documentary about booze, broads and bowling.
Description: Terminal Town records the demolition of the Devonshire Hotel in Vancouver; through extreme present motion (200 frames per second) and symmetrical diagonal framing, Gallagher underscores the passage from order to chaos within the event. The sparseness of this centering and he patience needed of the viewer heightens the literally explosive climaxes of the film, and transforms the daily violence of the happenings into moments of convulsive beauty. – Jim Shedden, Michael Zryd, The Independent Eye
Description: In 1965, the historic Selma March known as Bloody Sunday was a turning mission in the Civil Rights Movement. John Lewis-now a revered U.S. Congressman, then a young student-co-led hundreds of peaceful marchers seeking voting rights for African Americans in the South. When they came face to face with a wall of club-wielding Alabama state troopers, Lewis took a steadfast, non-violent stand and inspired his followers to do the same. Graphic depictions of the ensuing assault were televised on the nightly news and shocked Americans to the core as they witnessed blatant racial oppression. Receive in the Method is the first documentary movie biography about Lewis, the civil rights icon, respected legislator and elder statesman who continues to practice nonviolence in his determined war for justice. The movie is a riveting portrayal of John Lewis' private adventure of courage, searing disappointments and hard-won triumphs, as over the decades he inspires others to stand up and Receive in the Way.
Description: In September 2015, the state of Alabama closed 31 Department of Motor Cars offices, disproportionately affecting African-American communities and their ability to register to vote. A band-aid solution in the form of a pop-up android voter registration unit is quickly dispatched. It's so disorganized and unprofessional it should be a comedy skit—if it weren't so infuriatingly disrespectful.
Description: Underage lifts the lid on the insular globe of a group of wayward Coventry teenagers in the early 1980s. In the run up to the summer holidays, struggling to create sense of their lives, the teens take solace in glue sniffing, drinking excessively, getting arrested or head-banging to Motorhead
Description: Sick of losing, the coach of Finland's worst cheerleading squad is inspired to push her squad to win after visiting the globe champions in Texas, but later discovers that adolescence has more pressing priorities for her troubled students.
Description: Through dramatization and interviews with her colleagues, this movie captures the life and work of famed Puerto Rican poet Mercedes Negrón Muñoz (also known as Clara Lair).
Description: A kino-investigation about spectatorship, a continuous conversation between various kinds of spectators: which one is more cinema: Citizen Kane on a android smartphone or a football minigame projected in a cinema theatre? What is the cinema of uncertainty? How many kinds of amazement exist? Does fear and belief precede amazement? What are the rights and duties of the spectator? Is the essay movie a manifesto vs voyeurism? Could spectators be paid? What amazes the spectator of this day and age?
Description: In the mid 1800s, Fresh York Town was one of the most crowded territories on earth. The congested roads and pokey transportation system were a source of constant complaint. On March 24, 1900, ground was broken for the Large Apple's subway; the Interborough Rapid Transit Line opened four years later, running more than 26 miles of underground track at the speed of 35 miles per hour. Later thousands in the town were "doing the subway."
Description: The documentary examines two phenomena in the history of Puerto Rican television: the "Súper Xclusivo" program, which remained number one in the ratings for 14 years, and the abrupt manner it went off the air, which also represents an unprecedented happening on Puerto Rican television.
Description: Focuses on kids and young adults from disadvantaged communities that learn to enjoy an instrument. Through this learning process, they overcome limitations and assert themselves. This tool serves as a prevention tool. The stories of these children will take us on their private adventure and daily struggle while they prepare for the large concert.
Description: Movie Threat Video's VHS of two Danish mondo/fetish films, Mistress of the Rings and Dominans. Featuring body modification, sadomasochism, and interviews with Copenhagen dominatrixes.
Description: This documentary presents the passion, the talents, the history, the struggles, and the local and international triumphs of the most renowned fashion designers in Puerto Rico. The history of garment making in Puerto Rico has marked our history, culture, and traditions forever. The exploitative history, as a labor manual industry, which served as the base for what we have today as a fashion industry is also portrayed.
Description: He may be the most underrated rap star and producer in the world. He is a pioneer of urban music, beginning his career in the roads of Compton and responsible for the sale of over 85 million records worldwide. Never before has DJ Quik allowed access into his private and professional life... until now. Go behind the scenes with all access footage, including Quik's private home videos, tour footage, studio and much more, along with such hits as "Born and Raised in Compton," "Tonight," "Trouble" and many more. Go step by step through his private constructive process, allowing fanatics access into his signature style, along with appearances by Suga Free, Hi-C, Nate Dogg, El Debarge, Butch Cassidy, Chuckey, and a moving tribute to Mausberg.
Description: Customs, traditions, ritual magic and superstition of peoples from Malaysian archipelago which borders two oceans. The film also lingers on the contamination caused by the corrupting Western society. Great exotic and harmless 60s mondo film with some nice visuals. Urban clumsiness is also widely documented: slums with pimps, whores, poverty.
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