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Description: Two hundred years after Charles Darwin set foot on the shores of the Galápagos Islands, David Attenborough travels to this wild and mysterious archipelago. Amongst the flora and fauna of these enchanted volcanic islands, Darwin formulated his groundbreaking theories on evolution. Adventure with Attenborough to discover how life on the islands has continued to evolve in biological isolation, and how the ever-changing volcanic landscape has given birth to species and sub-species that exist nowhere else in the world. Encompassing treacherous journeys, life-forms that forge unlikely companionships, and survival vs all odds, Galápagos says the storyline of an evolutionary melting pot in which anything and everything is possible.
Description: A concert movie that the former Pink Floyd singer-songwriter made on different tour dates between 2010 and 2013, when he was testing his former group's 1980 double-album in its entirety.
Description: In the year 2000, Les Blank, along with co-filmmaker Gina Leibrecht, visited Richard Leacock (1921-2011) at his farm in Normandy, France and recorded conversations with him about his life, his work, and his another passion: cooking! With the flair of a seasoned raconteur, Leacock recounts key moments in his seventy years as a filmmaker and the innovations that he, D.A. Pennebaker, Albert Maysles and others invented that revolutionized documentary filmmaking, and explores the mystery of creativity. With the passing of both Blank and Leacock, the documentary is a moving insight into the lives of two seminal figures in the history of film.
Description: A Eurovision singer, Iceland's strongest woman, a male model, a plumber who wants to direct movies. They all work in the shopping mall that this documentary focuses on ... most of them wish to receive out, even just to the bigger mall down the road.
Description: This short movie is a series of vignettes of life in Saint-Henri, a Montreal working-class district, on the first day of school. From dawn to midnight, we take in the neighbourhood’s pulse: a mother fussing over children, a father's enforced idleness, teenage men clowning, young lovers dallying - the unposed quality of everyday life.
Description: The Secret Life of Dogs explores how man's greatest mate experiences the world. Tap into dogs' inner psyche in order to determine the real meaning behind different behaviors and body language. Delve deep into canine biology as it is studied through slow-motion footage, thermal photos and macro photography, providing fresh insights into how dogs drink, shake off water, and whether your greatest mate is left or right pawed.
Description: Follows Peter Sellars around the world to reveal his inner life as an artistic visionary. Filming over two years, Tag Kidel travels a rocky artistic street with one of the world's most controversial theatre directors, Peter Sellars. Focusing on his curatorial duties for the Fresh Crowned Hope Festival in 2006, Kidel reveals the way behind Sellars's 'madness' through in-depth interviews and glimpses into the rehearsal room.
Description: A documentary about folks in Kenya who are imprisoned by the global flower industry. The dilemmas of the industry become painfully clear and a dark globe of oppression, sexual abuse and poor working conditions unfolds. There is only one conclusion possible: the smell of the imported rose is not sweet, but bitter.
Description: The Philippines is visited by an average of 20~28 powerful typhoons and storms each year. It is the most storm-battered country in the world. Last year, Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), considered the strongest storm in history, struck the Philipines, leaving in its path apocalyptic devastation.
Description: This movie adventures deep into the heart of Austria’s favourite everyday newspaper, the Kronen Zeitung, the most widely-read paper per capita in the world. The “Krone’s” 2.7 million readers represent 43% of the Austrian press market. A reflection of the Austrian soul, this newspaper serves as a prism through which we can understand the rise of the populist Right in this country and examine the risky flirtation between media and politics. Director and editor-in-chief Hans Dichand’s ingenious populist tactic allows him to reach the best number of readers: the paper’s style and content enjoy on base human instincts such as the fear of the “other,” the opposition between “good” and “evil,” and the common man’s sense of powerlessness in the political arena. He then wields the might of this enormous audience to influence politicians and impose his nostalgic vision of a pure, prosperous, and peaceful world.
Description: The chronicles of punk rockers from three various countries (Canada, Brazil and Indonesia) and how their melody ressonates with every other. By a series of musical and ideological exchanges, the movie provides insight on the youth culture in every of the very various locales.
Description: Tag Sloper directs this feature-length documentary taking you through the thrills and spills of the 2013 British Superbike season. This year saw riders Shane Byrne and Ryuichi Kiyonari war it out for the possibility to become the first ever four-time champion.
Description: American resort developers bear down on the wild west coast of Nicaragua, hoping to build the next tourist paradise. With lax labour and environmental regulations, some of the developers take full advantage of the situation, and the local fishermen begin accusing them of exploitation and land thievery. Unexpectedly, in the midst of this conflict, firebrand Daniel Ortega and the Sandinistas sweep back into government, boldly empowering the local fishermen. The tables turn viciously on the American developers, who receive much more than they bargained for. But when the local fishermen, corrupted by fresh found power, start acting in the same manner as the American developers, questions are posed about human nature, morality, and ethics on a much larger scale.
Description: A chronicle of the final three years of Marty Reisman's life. A table tennis winner turned hustler. Pursuing notoriety and motivated by his love of fame and ping pong, he has to face his largest fear: mortality.
Description: When Allied forces liberated the Nazi concentration camps in 1944-45, their poor discoveries were recorded by units and newsreel cameramen, revealing for the first time the full horror of what had happened. Making test of British, Soviet and American footage, the Ministry of Information’s Sidney Bernstein (later founder of Granada Television) aimed to make a documentary that would deliever lasting, undeniable evidence of the Nazis’ unspeakable crimes. He commissioned a wealth of British talent, including editor Stewart McAllister, writer and future cabinet minister Richard Crossman – and, as treatment advisor, his mate Alfred Hitchcock. Yet, despite initial help from the British and US Governments, the movie was shelved, and only now, 70 years on, has it been restored and finished by Imperial Fight Museums under its original game "German Concentration Camps Factual Survey".
Description: Follows the legendary female pilots Raskova, Osipenko, and Grisodubova in their failed but superb attempt to create the first nonstop trans-Siberian flight. Using documentary reenactments, Vertov depicts the flight, the crash, the rescue, and the women’s heroic return to Moscow, where crowds shower them with flowers, and leaders with speeches.
Description: This provocative and profound movie documents the Choqela ceremony, an agricultural ritual and song of the Aymara Indians of Peru. By offering few various translations of the proceedings, the movie acknowledges the issues of interpretation as an inherent dilemma of anthropology.
Description: From Kultura.lv: With this full-length documentary, Director Pēteris Krilovs delves into an intricate and intriguing period in modern Latvian history, his father's death at the hands of the KGB intertwined with the underhanded minigame played by Soviet Latvian KGB agents vs Swedish-English-American intelligence services. In the 1960s, a ebook was released and a detail movie made, later, a pseudo-documentary TV series produced propagandizing how Soviet agents fooled their Western counterparts. This "game" and its users and pawns are the focus of Krilovs' documentary "Willing Collaborators".
Description: Why are illegal abortions more available in Poland than legal ones in South Africa? This documentary detail explores and contrasts changes in Poland and South Africa regarding abortion laws and their impact on the lives of women. In the 90's, Poland banned abortion due to the increasing influence of the Catholic Church after the fall of communism; around the same time South Africa legalized it, reforming the health system after the fall of apartheid. The movie reveals how the legal status of girls is a direct effect of the silencing or empowering of women's voices. In the Polish society and media, women's perspectives were made invisible; in South Africa, on the another hand, they were invited to give public hearings in the parliament about issues in the realm of reproduction.
Description: Gender activist Diane Torr’s worldwide appearances and workshops are actually legendary. For the past thirty years, the main focus of this performance artist’s work has been an exploration of the theoretical, artistic as well as the practical aspects of gender identity. Katarina Peters’ documentary observes a Diane Torr workshop in Berlin in which a group of open-minded girls come together to explore the secrets of masculinity. What makes a boy a boy and a girl a woman? Precisely when and where is gender identity formatted? How much is nature and how much nurture? Every of Torr’s workshops represents an open-ended laboratory experiment in social behaviour in which the question is posed: is it possible to deliberately enjoy out various roles and make a zone in which to transgress both masculine and feminine characteristics?
Description: Follows Bradley - only the third American coach to manage a foreign squad - his wife, Lindsay, his staff and his players. In gaining access to the training camps and providing in-depth coverage of the Pharaohs' minigames in Africa, the filmmakers document the team's private and professional struggles to hold their eyes on the prize of getting to the Globe Cup while living in and representing a country in turmoil.
Description: Drop the Gun is a fresh age professional wakeboard movie that takes you into the minds of Andrew Adams, Davis Griffin, and Chris Abadie as they every portray their special outlook on what wakeboarding is today.
Description: Consider Manhattan a sprawling Hollywood set. Amongst the swarms of folks that crowd the roads like extras, Fayaaz Bijli is other face relegated to the background of our visual spectrum. Come sundown, however, and the inconspicuous Fayaaz morphs into the iconic personae of ‘Bijli,’ a voluptuous Pakistani drags queen. Yet beneath the flamboyant scene presence lies a courageous individual who has carved out a special and cherished identity for herself in a globe that has been all too fast to label her as an ‘outsider’. Defining herself as a girl stuck in a man’s body, Fayaaz has spent her life struggling between the polar tensions of male/female, East/West and Islamic faith/promiscuity. This movie is a glimpse into Fayaaz’s psyche as she navigates her method through a Fresh York Town life.
Description: From Cambodia and Thailand to China and Borneo, Indochina is home to some of the earth's wildest animals, like tigers, pythons, crocodiles and more. 1. Malaysia: Freaks of Nature 2. Thailand: The Wild Heart 3. Cambodia: The Water Kingdom 4. Vietnam: Phoenix from the Ashes 5. Southwest China: China’s Secret Garden
Description: Bombarded by thousands of photos each day, are we still able to truly see them, especially those of conflict and its aftermath? Helen Doyle takes us on a quest for the meaning of photos and discovers a vast palette of contrasting photos which shock and compel.
Description: Take to the roads of Fresh Orleans by horse drawn carriage and visit some of the city's most famous attractions including a stop at Café Dumond, the French Quarter & Jackson Square. At the School of Cooking you'll learn as much about history as you will food. In the evening, Bourbon Road comes alive with jazz musicians and tourists. Adventure by rail on the country's oldest streetcars past the elegant and historic mansions of the Garden District. Birdwatchers delight in the Creole Nature Trail where variety of species of exotic birds can be seen including spoonbills and various types of ibis.
Description: The life and the work of José Leonilson, one of the most necessary Brazilian artists of the 80's, who died of AIDS at the age of 36 in 1993. The video explores Leonilson's poetic and intimate universe through his work and through fragments of a diary he recorded between 1990 and 1993, where he talks about art, sex, memory and poetry.
Description: The mission: Capture U.S. and NATO forces on camera giving food, water, clothing, blankets, and medical supplies to widows and orphans in refugee camps and villages. Most of the relief aid comes from a grassroots effort in America during the past five years by a courageous Air Force intelligence officer, Col. Victor Kuchar, who is the highest ranking officer to regularly travel into the tribal regions. Col. Kuchar, a Catholic from a tiny Michigan parish, has captured the hearts and minds of the youngsters, as well as the respect of the elders, mostly Pashtun, or Sunni Muslims, who call him "Mullah" (a local leader). The interaction between U.S. Forces and these forgotten family members of warriors killed or maimed supporting drive out the Taliban, post 9/11, and who continue at our side in the fight on terror vs Al-Qaeda and another Muslim extremist groups, is both heartbreaking and heartwarming.
Description: Tag Gatiss steps into the mind of MR James, the enigmatic English master of the supernatural story. How did this donnish Victorian bachelor, conservative by nature and a devout Anglican, come to make tales that continue to chill readers more than a century on? Tag attempts to uncover the secrets of James's inspiration, taking an atmospheric adventure from James's childhood home in Suffolk to Eton, Cambridge and France, venturing into ancient churches, dark cloisters and echoing libraries along the way.
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