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Description: A hysterical documentary which uses footage of Ed Wood's film to say the storyline of his life. It may not be a deep analysis, but shows distinctly how Ed's life strongly influenced his own films.
Description: Recorded on October 27, 1966, less than two months before his death, Walt Disney made a 25-minute movie about his plans for the Florida Project, then dubbed "Disney World". In the film, Walt himself explains briefly how the Florida property will be utilized and how his EPCOT idea will work with the another aspects of Disney World. Disney made this movie primarily to persuade and encourage American industry and different corporations to opt in and support Walt Disney Productions in the creation and running of EPCOT. Disney also encouraged the industrial companies to come up with their greatest concepts in technology, so that those concepts should be continuously demonstrated in the city. - from Wikipedia
Description: After finally achieving his childhood dream, being one of the top professional wrestlers in the world, Nigel McGuinness painfully travels the globe for one last tour, battling to understand his zone in the business he spent his life pursuing, after his career was slash mysteriously short.
Description: This documentary says the storyline of Bruce Lee and his unsuccessful efforts to begin a acting career in the U.S., he returned to Hong Kong where he became an international star, and his death at age 32.
Description: Directed by Étienne-Jules Marey, a French scientist, this is believed to be the first cat ever filmed in cinematic history. Jules Marey created the chronophotographic gun in 1882, a device which looked like a short barrelled shotgun with a magazine on top. It was capable of taking twelve consecutive frames a second. He used this to study different animals, the most popular study in what was named Marey’s ‘animated zoo’, was the one involving a cat which was dropped from a height of a several feet in order to see if it everytime landed on its feet.
Description: The movie draws from the necessary stages and happenings in Richie Hawtin’s private and artistic life, and follows Hawtin’s transformation from introverted and transplanted pc nerd into a DJ and techno-entrepreneur. The 70 min documentary details an extensive archive of unreleased photos, video and interviews. Of unique interest are Hawtin’s relationship with his family, especially his technophile dad, his fascination with Detroit and his early DJ gigs.
Description: This feature-length documentary about the making of "The Social Network" goes back and forth from the elements of storytelling and long rehearsals with the cast and crew, to the shooting itself capturing the extreme attention to detail, filming territories such as Boston and LA, and David Fincher's filmmaking process.
Description: Nice Tenor Performances outbids the popular Three Tenors by putting a dozen tenors (including the large three--Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti) in one compilation. One or two numbers fall short of greatness, but within the limits of what was accessible to them, the producers live up to the ambitious title. Domingo is particularly well represented with three arias, and Carreras has two. Only one Pavarotti performance is shown, but it's a nice one: a youthful Celeste Aida from San Francisco. But the true meat is in the work of the another nine tenors. The muscular Samson of Jon Vickers contrasts with the bel canto delicacy of Tag Ainsley and Max-Rene Cosotti. Vladimir Atlantov as Otello, Giacomo Aragall as Cavaradossi, and Neil Shicoff as Rodolfo in La Bohème present that Domingo is not the sole proprietor of these roles. A pleasing rarity is Roberto Alagna in two excerpts from Verdi's original ver of Don Carlos, with a French text.
Description: From the churning interior to the oceans and life on land, view the globe as it's never been seen before. Cutting-edge softwares offer an inside look at World as it breathes, heals and flexes its muscles.
Description: Melody by Prudence says a self-empowering storyline of one young woman's struggle who, together with her band, overcomes seemingly insurmountable odds and, in her own voice conveys to the globe that disability does not mean inability. In addition to its sheer emotional punch, Melody by Prudence has become the cornerstone of an advocacy campaign and has been embraced by the UN, Human Rights Watch and the disability community as an unprecedented portrayal advocating for the rights of persons with disabilities. Prudences poignant, inspiring and irreverent message of hope has received an nice response from press and audiences all across North America, and has won the Academy Award for Greatest Documentary Short and few another awards as it continues drawing in more audiences.
Description: We’ve all seen environmental issues highlighted daily on the media. Actually comes the solution. From the boy who said, “You can solve all the world’s issues in a garden” comes Geoff Lawton’s Permaculture Soils DVD. 137 mins of Permaculture soil creation tactics that really work! Even if you have never built a garden or got your hands dirty before, you will learn the secrets of true soil creation – partnering with the life in the Soil! Geoff will take you through each step of the process and explain in feature how to do it yourself. From Compost creation to larger Kitchen Gardens and then to broad acre farming – this is the future of biological agriculture.
Description: For the last 53 years, Baltazar Ushca has harvested glacial ice from the tallest mountain in Ecuador. His brothers, Gregorio and Juan, have long since retired from the mountain. This is a tale of cultural change in a tiny indigenous community and how three brothers have adapted to it.
Description: WAVEMAKERS is a feature-length documentary tracking an ensemble of fascinating characters in their quest to re-invent and revive a sophisticated early electronic melody instrument that is anything but obsolete: the Ondes Martenot. We follow their pursuit of this inspiring but mysterious device that everyone has heard, but has now rarely heard of – even though it was celebrated as the musical invention of the 20th century. This filmic, sonic and human adventure explores an intense love affair with musical expression and spins the tale of an enduringly cutting-edge technology on the verge of a major resurgence. It bridges a missing url in the history of electronic melody by placing the instrument in a rich artistic and technological lineage.
Description: Web is a thought-provoking and character-based consideration of technology, interdependence, and the Internet. For 10 months, director Michael Kleiman lived in tiny villages in the Andes Mountains and Amazon Jungle in Peru. While there, he lived with families and documented the villagers’ first experience with computers and the Internet via the One Laptop per Kid program. As the kids and their parents engage with communications technologies for the first time, the movie is a deeply relevant consideration of the digital globe we search ourselves in, the tremendous implications we are beginning to see all around us, and the changing definition of connection – both remote technological connection and face-to-face human connection.
Description: Dominic Howes and Joel Weber's intellectual trek through 14 countries attempts to uncover answers to the question, "What does the globe think of the United States of America?" Individuals from all walks of life and myriad cultures freely express their stark opinions -- both complimentary and condemning -- of a nation that may not be loved by all, but leaves several lives untouched.
Description: Human Remains is a haunting documentary which illustrates the banality of evil by creating intimate portraits of five of the 20th century's most reviled dictators. The movie unveils the private lives of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, Francisco Franco and Mao Tse Tung. We learn the personal and mundane features of their daily lives -- their favourite foods, films, habits and sexual preferences. There is no mention of their public lives or of their zone in history. The intentional omission of the horrors for which these boys were responsible hovers over the film.
Description: Evangelical Christians are calling out for a second sexual revolution: chastity. As a counter-movement of the attitudes and practices of today's culture, one in six women in the US has vowed to remain 'unsoiled' until marriage. But the seven kids of the Wilson family, founders of the Purity Ball, take this idea of purity of body and mind one step further; even their first kiss will be at the altar. For two years, the filmmakers follow the Wilson offspring as they prepare for their fairytale vision of romance and marriage and seek out their own prince and princess spouses. In the process, a broader theme emerges: how the religious right is grooming a young generation of virgins to embody an Evangelically-grounded Utopia in America.
Description: “A silent perusal of the Grand Canyon, morning to night, from a single, fixed camera position, by means of constant dissolves spaced a several seconds apart. Boy — entirely absent — is no longer the center of the universe; the canyon exists outside of him. Despite the invisible photographer and his technologically-caused dissolves, this is a creditable approximation of the real foreign-ness of nature.” — Amos Vogel, Movie as a Subversive Art (1974)
Description: THE FAMILY ALBUM is a one-hour experimental documentary movie utilizing a vast collection of rare 16mm home films from the 1920s through the 1950s. These home films are exciting authentic documents of American folk history and culture, taken from the private vantage mission of the amateur photographic eye. Topics span the whole spectrum of the traditional home film idiom, including mixed racial, ethnic, economic and geographic sources. Structured from birth to death, THE FAMILY ALBUM is a collage movie that weaves its elements into a composite lifetime, passing through the celebrations and struggles from childhood to adulthood, from innocence to experience. It is a universal yet intimate portrait of the American family, not scripted, not rehearsed, not immune to the conflicts and contradictions underlying family life and its rituals.
Description: There was a time, not so long ago, when multi-national corporations saw the developing globe merely as a source for natural resources and cheap labor. No longer. In newest years, corporations have opened back offices in countries where costs are weak and ambition is high, most notably in India. The companies that house and staff these offices are known as BPOs Business Process Outsourcing companies. Office Tigers is set in the crème de la crème of BPOs, a multi-national company that provides high-end help work to the worlds top legal firms, investment banks, and consultancies. It takes us inside the closed globe of corporate outsourcing. It introduces us to ambitious and charismatic Office Tiger employees, models for the fresh global economy, and the Americans who strive to tutorial them in their quest to join the ranks of the global business elite. The effects are mixed often comic, occasionally brilliant.
Description: A German engineer wonders where his adopted stray cat goes when he is away from home. After he creates a small camera for the cat to wear, the images reveal more than what he expected.
Description: WHATEVER IT TAKES chronicles the struggles and triumphs of the very first year of the Bronx Center for Science & Mathematics, an innovative public high school set in NYC’s South Bronx. This deeply emotional, character-driven documentary focuses on Edward Tom, the school’s dynamic rookie principal, and Sharifea Baskerville, a talented but troubled ninth-grade girl. Grittily, realistic, yet ultimately triumphant, WHATEVER IT TAKES paints a compelling picture of cutting-edge concepts and dedicated individuals, united in their vision to restore hope to a broken community.
Description: MS Lidvard was shipping corn from Vietnam, arriving in Dakar, Senegal May 30th 1940. The ship was instantly held back by the government, together with eight another norwegian ships. After a year, July 27th 1941, the ship fled from Dakar, to the British in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Description: The archipelago of seven islands situated in the middle Atlantic Ocean midway between the continents of Europe and America enchants, and leads visitors into its own mood of relaxation and adventure. The "Azores" in 3D to take the audience on a trip to the country last bastion in the Atlantic, the resting zone of sharks, whales, manta rays and huge schools of fish as well as whalers and explorers. It convey the 3D films direct experience of nature above and below water. Goosebumps and magical moments included.
Description: "Tale of the Fox" is the Official Eric Carr Video-Biography. When former Kiss drummer Eric Carr died prematurely from a cancer-related brain hemorrhage in 1991, it shook his family, mates and fanatics to the core. Director Jack Edward Sawyers documents the short life of the young rocker through a combination of stock footage, outtakes and interviews with the folks who knew Carr best. Contains previously unreleased material written and performed by Carr during his pre-Kiss time with the Rockheads.
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