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Description: All We Are Telling is a private look at what makes musicians tick -- a look into the psyches of some of the top musical artists of the day. Through a series of intimate conversations, over fifty musical legends, hot fresh artists and melody industry insiders reveal what inspires them, their private struggles of balancing relationships and family while working on the street and the state of the melody business in the 21st Century. Presented as an ongoing, casual conversation, the movie offers artists' candid and private thoughts.
Description: Says the storyline of probably the world's best pilot through an extensive and in-depth interview: Capt Eric "Winkle" Brown CBE, DSC, AFC. From his flight with WW1 German warrior ace Ernst Udet in 1936 through to commanding a squadron of Buccaneers at the height of the Cold War, we hear how "Winkle" Brown experienced the rise and fall of Nazism; how he flew the most dangerous, uncontrollable aircraft, how he cheated death countless times.
Description: In a Buenos Aires apartment located in what used to be the centre of nightlife between the 60s and 80s, live three single Colombian sisters. Luisita, the youngest, set up there a image studio where the most renowned artists of the time used to go to take their picture. Today Luisita is far from the recognition she deserves. The discovery of 25,000 never-before-seen negatives brings a fresh occasion to receive acquainted with the photographer's work and opens a window to a very necessary period in Argentine famous culture.
Description: Fresh from the makers of Universe and Universe 2: Dan Heaton of Syko Productions introduces Defect, the DVD. See a handful of world-class riders demonstrate the recent innovations in street, mountain and trials unicycling. Defect combines groundbreaking filmmaking with a new soundtrack and premium rider commentary, to showcase the skills and personalities of this rapidly emerging sport. Highly technical and highly entertaining, this video details some gee-whiz riding that will create you wince many times. Dan Heaton's skill as a filmmaker is as outrageous as his riding. Released on DVD in 2005, Defect became the most famous full-length unicycle highlight movie to date. Building on the road and trials riding featured in previous movies (UNiVERsE - 2000, UNiVERsE 2 - 2004), it also introduced the beginnings of flat-land unicycling.
Description: In 2004 a group of mates took the scene at a tiny coffee house in Dekalb Illinois with the sole purpose of pissing off everyone. Surprisingly, enough folks liked what the band was doing that they continued to enjoy melody under the name Weekend Nachos. This documentary simply says the storyline of Weekend Nachos.
Description: Finding massive metal stardom as teenagers, Kittie has been thrashing for the past 20 years. With 6 albums and over 2 million in sales, they have defied industry norms, fought vs rock stereotypes, and inspired generations.
Description: Back in the 1980s, a series of controversial ebooks aptly titled Truly Tasteless Jokes swept the nation with their crude, controversial and oft-hilarious zingers. With comedy that pushed the boundaries of racism and gender, the Truly Tasteless ebooks are a testament to how comedic culture has transformed over time. The movie explores the evolution of comedy through the lens of the iconic Truly Tasteless books. Tasteless examines how the series author, Ashton Applewhite, went from a crude joke creator to a feminist activist; how comedy has evolved since the 1980s, and how the dirty jokes of our past stand in today's social climate.
Description: This documentary explores and provides fresh insights into the life and writing of British creator Robert Aickman (1914-1981), with unique reference to his celebrated 'strange stories' - modern ghost stories - his two volumes of autobiography and his campaigning work for the restoration of the British canal system. The movie contains rare footage, recordings and photographs of Aickman, interviews with his mates and with writers Jeremy Dyson and Reggie Oliver, and dramatized excerpts of his stories.
Description: Portrait of Leónidas Barletta, founder of Teatro del Pueblo, the first independent theatre in Latin America. This movie on the controversial theatre director and left wing journalist is constructed from the letters and ebooks Leónidas sent to his young sister María Angélica, godmother of director Miguel Colombo, who decides to leave her brother's legacy in the hands of her godson before she dies.
Description: Set vs the dramatic backdrop of the Australian desert and bushland, see life through the eyes of a very unique Red Kangaroo as he struggles to survive drought, bush fires, dingoes and roo hunters.
Description: A detail documentary about a young girl's descent into drugs. Shot in 1960s London, we see Caroline, a ravishing sixties naif, become a junkie, caught in the contemporary drug culture of the age.
Description: The animated documentary - a mix of live-action footage and animation - says of the brutal daily life in the orphanages of the 60s / 70s. Often led by Christian orders, more than one million kids were physically and physically abused here. The anonymous protagonist says of her childhood and her very private struggle vs the nuns' arbitrariness and their ruthless authority.
Description: Tiny Penguins are the smallest penguin in the globe and are the only species that live and breed in Australia. This documentary focuses on a penguin colony that lives on Western Australia's Penguin Island.
Description: FADED PHOTOGRAPH is a documentary in which the filmmaker traces the existence of her father, who died when she was 12, through a montage of his memoirs. From family movies shot by her paternal grandfather and her father between 1954 and 1998, and the diaries he wrote during his life, the director says the storyline of an ordinary boy whose private memory echoes a collective memory : one of a generation bursting out of Quebec's nice darkness in which freedom is also synonym of disorientation. Thus starts a dialogue marked by nostalgia, between joyful videos and tormented writings, which later becomes universal.
Description: The surprising tales behind treasures such as the Tara Brooch, the Broighter Hoard, the Waterford Charter Roll and others that have helped to shape and make modern Ireland.
Description: Playwright Trevor Griffiths' Oi For England, originally set in Moss Side, was first screened by Central TV in April 1982. It was then staged at The Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, directed by the late, then resident director Antonia Bird and featured Paul McGann, Robin Hayter, Dorian Healy, Peter Lovstrom, Paul Moriarty, and Beverley Martin in the cast. The enjoy toured youth clubs and community centres across London in a bid to engage young folks in the social and political problems of the day and to unite them vs racism and fascism. This movie replete with exclusive interviews from Griffiths, musical director Andy Roberts and guests Alan Gilbey (east end writer) and Micky Geggus (Cockney Rejects) looks back at the tour by method of a reunion of the play's original cast and team almost 30 years later.
Description: For a civilization that has invested billions of dollars on zone travel and astronomy, humanity still can't see the interstellar folks living among them. Multidimensional is an offensive yet enlightening one boy show, an impressive presentation by a teacher that has no equal on earth.
Description: Eager in spirit for a better world, an amateur rock band from bohemian Istanbul embarks on an impromptu tour to mainland Turkey, in hopes of sharing their melody and love with fellow countrymen.
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This film is a gotta see for each girl out there. It is a storyline of girls getting together to do something without men, but at the same time finding that girls can be as insensitive and self-interested as any man. The problems of the ownership of the means of production are as acute in this league as they were in the the NFL, MLB, and NBA in the 70s & 80s, but on a scale that keeps it right at home.The women (err, I mean women, of course!) take over a man's idea, but search that effort alone is not enough to overcome the hostilities from within of the have-nots. Eventually it is a proletariat revolt that makes you wish to go pick up a hammer and anvil. This is an perfect movie, and could be up for all of the documentary awards this year.Bravo.
The BGGW (Bad Women Nice Women) was formed in Austin,Texas in 2001 by a guy called Dan who envisioned something that would combine surreal showmanship in a carnival-like atmosphere.The reason the league took off at all, in my view, is because the skaters quickly figured out that Dan, the promoter was full of it and that they were going to have do it all themselves. At a certain age each girl has met enough guys who made promises they couldn't hold to recognize one.The women did receive some inspiration to think outside the box from him and came out with some interesting innovations like the penalty wheel but they ended up staging a very primary derby promo in most respects.That is not to tell there were no bumps on the track. Specifically those were similar to the power structure of the league which the veteran skaters were entitled to feel as though they could have some dominion over.Newer skaters demanded a greater tell over time which shelved plans for the league to be incorporated. An impasse should have resulted in a rival league and two entities competing over a store that had not yet been developed to the mission where it was even worth fighting over but from a moral perspective.One can tell that girls do things differently from boys but seeing the athletes in this league and comparing it with male athletes and their sports leagues there is only a tiny evidence of contrast. The girls running the BGGW league still viewed the power structure as being pyramid shaped with those who had the most time served having greater control than newer skaters. That was workable up until it wasn't.We also see skaters receive injured without comprehensive health care. This is a reminder I receive that I am watching an American film when someone gets in financial problem just because they had to pay for medical attention. If the United States is such a nice country then why is it that when someone gets sick or harm they think that is the time to create cash off of them.Eventually the viewer can determine whether he or she wants to pick sides in the dispute and who is more sympathetic. The veteran skaters who started the league have a mission but then so do the skaters they trained. The novelty of an all-female promo also created an atmosphere alien to many girls throughout history i.e. one where they should in no method blame boys for any of their issues and instead turned their guns on every other.The only method we can receive some concept in modern terms what the formation of the National Football League, NBA, MLB and NHL might have been like is by taking a magnifying glass to a tiny promo like this. Because of that this movie is an exercise in sports anthropology.The BGGW (Now named Lonestar Rollergirls) league group complained that the squad nicks and motifs from their league had been ripped off by the rival league, the Texas Rollergirls. Sports historians can note that there were no less than three squads called "White Sox" in Chicago at one time with one having a various spelling.Yet the leagues co-exist. The Lonestar Rollergirls acquired a bank track whilst the Texas Rollergirls continued using a flat track. One notes stark differences in not merely the presentation but the severity of injuries due to the difficulties a bank track can give inexperienced skaters.
Not to be confused with the Tour de France documentary about the same name, but leaning towards the 60's b-movie for inspiration, this film follows the fortunes of the revived Texas roller derby league over a period of a couple of years detailing the ups and downs of the along the way.There were a lot of folks interviewed in the making of the documentary and you can say it became as much a part of the director's life as it was the storyline of the folks involved. I never now noticed the director on screen on the film, which was a great change as they are not meant to be the focus of the story.As with any organization with a lot of folks involved there is bound to be politics and differences of opinion. The split in the league was unfortunate, but from diversity comes richness as both leagues actually seem to be doing well. The original organisers ended up resigning after their struggles, but that often happens after such turbulent happenings and it is not until you step back from something until you appreciate what you have achieved.I have to admit not to knowing much about roller derby before this documentary (Bob Log III did enjoy at one of their bouts though) and had only ever heard of the skater Punky Bruiser due to her involvement in a movie. There are lots of occasions to become acquainted with a entire fresh group of skaters through this movie and it would definitely give me other reason to go to Austin, Texas apart from SXSW.Action fanatics will not be disappointed as along with the training, there are quite a several bouts covered and some on a traditional banked track. For the gore hounds, there are quite a several crashes and some blood but it is not dwelt on.Special guests at the screening I attended were the Victorian Roller Derby League. From the whoops and hollers coming from the rows behind me I can say they really enjoyed the movie and hopefully they will begin having their tournaments later after coming up to speed with their training.
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