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See BOCA LIVRE (David Tygel) - Q.
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See História do Vôo Livre Capixaba.
See 1940 (1980) - O carro e o home.
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Description: "A many-faceted portrait of those individuals who sought radical solutions to social issues in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s. It cuts back and forth between six major storyline lines and more than fifty characters, and across a vast landscape, to discover the lifestyles and attitudes of the American left who faced both private and historical transitions in the period following the Vietnam War." Written by Laurence Kardish, Museum of Modern Art
Description: Grand Opera marks a stock-taking of Benning's work and his life, presenting a private and artistic autobiography woven together with a series of happenings dealing with the historical development of the number pi, Benning's travels, and homages to Michael Snow, Hollis Frampton, George Landow (Owen Land), and Yvonne Rainer.
Description: The movie details in-depth accounts by folks who are willing to risk their jobs and reputations to speak out about their extraordinary experiences, such as former Arizona Governor Symington III; Nickname Pope, former head of the British Defense Ministry's UFO Investigative Unit, and others. Commentary is provided by investigative journalist Leslie Kean, creator of the NY Times bestseller UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record, who spent ten years studying the UFO phenomenon and bringing together high lvl sources from around the world.
Description: Australia’s El Dorado was found by Lewis Harold Bell Lasseter – if we trust his claims in the late 1800s to have discovered a vast gold deposit in central Australia. This mysterious zone has never again been found, and many trust it doesn’t exist. But one thing is certain: Lasseter was a larger-than-life character. Seen by some as an eccentric conman, he was ridiculed for his extravagant assertions, which he held until his tragic end. But Lasseter remains the embodiment of the Australian folk hero, who lived a life full of wonderful adventures, tall tales and outrageous claims – including a possible faked death and his insistence that he designed the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Description: Director Alan Berliner takes on his reclusive father as the reluctant topics of this affecting and graceful study of family history and memory. Ultimately this complex portrait is a meeting of the minds -- where the past meets the present, where generations collide and where the boundaries of family life are stretched, torn and surprisingly, at times, also healed. Berliner has transformed a storyline of a troubled boy who has sealed himself off from life's pain into a work of universal resonance.
Description: Henryk Greenberg, a Polish-born American who lost much of his family in the Holocaust, is the topics of Pavel Lozinski's mind-blowing, 47-minute, 1992 documentary chronicling Greenberg's return to the village of his childhood. Certain of the zone where his father and younger brother were murdered, Greenberg returns to search most of his former neighbors predictably claiming foggy memories at first; but later their recollections come more easily.
Description: In 1996, Marcello Mastroianni talks about life as an actor. It's an anecdotal and philosophical memoir, moving from subject to topic, totally conscious of a boy "of a certain age" looking back. He says stories about Fellini and De Sica's direction, of using irony in performances, of constantly working (an actor tries to search himself in characters). He's diffident about prizes, celebrates Rome and Paris, salutes Naples and its people. He answers the question, why create terrible films; recalls his father and grandfather, carpenters, his mother, deaf in her old age, and his brother, a movie editor; he's modest about his looks. In repose, time's swift passage holds Mastroianni inward gaze.
Description: This documentary says the storyline of an underground movement, from its beginning until now. Born in Detroit in the late 80s, Techno met its audience a several years late in Europe, as the UK, Germany, France, and many another countries started to host the foundations of a Techno scene. It is mostly focused on Paris and Berlin: Two various cities, two various tales, but Techno grew up in both, from secret underground parties to large clubs, from a tiny faceless movement to an established business, and from vinyl to digital.
Description: Beth Thomas is a six year old woman suffering from reactive attachment disorder as a effect of being sexually abused as a child. This documentary consists of interviews with Beth, followed by her treatment and partial recovery at a unique center for kids.
Description: Stratovarius Unlimited Visions review This is a 120 minute DVD by top Death-metal band Stratovarius, featuring live performance footage, each official promotional melody video ever shot, up close and private backstage footage, never-before-seen documentation of recording sessions and much more. Stratovarius Unlimited Visions DVD Stratovarius are the continental lords of melodic massive metal music. Stratovarius Unlimited Visions film One of Europe's most loved metal acts, the group finally arrives in America with this melody video. Stratovarius Unlimited Visions video A compilation which truly illustrates the first decade of their career, INFINITE VISIONS includes two hours worth of live performances, behind-the-scenes and backstage footage, plus all of their promotional videos. Stratovarius Unlimited Visions movie In total, the video serves as either a unbelievable introduction or affirmation of fandom.
Description: A look into the intense workouts that built the six-time Mr. Olympia, Dorian Yates. At 300 lbs, Dorian re-defined the professional bodybuilder, and this workout documentary shows how he did it.
Description: R.W. Paul's early footage showing the fresh Blackfriars Bridge. It had been opened by Queen Victoria in 1869 for both street and rail, and showcases the distinctive Venetian Gothic ironwork.
Description: From Edison movies catalog: One of the most peculiar customs of the Sioux Tribe is here shown, the dancers being genuine Sioux Indians, in full fight paint and fight costumes. 40 feet. 7.50. According to Edison movie historian C. Musser, this movie and others shot on the same day (see also Buffalo dance) featured Native American Indian dancers from Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, and represent the American Indian's first appearance before a motion picture camera.
Description: Welcome to the modest tiny city of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Play your stay at Bucksville house and have your room tidied up in the morning by colonial maids who turn and vanish. At the Wedgewood Inn, discover a tunnel of the Underground Railroad where slaves passed through to freedom and the spirits of some still linger. Examine the mystery of the figure on horseback, spotted in the woods outside the Arianna Miles, as this fascinating documentary reveals some of the most nice photos of spirits ever recorded!
Description: Former football user and wrestler Chris Nowinski's quest to publicize newest findings about the often dire consequences of head concussions sustained by athletes in contact sports — injuries that have previously been considered momentary setbacks and ignored in the name of toughness and dedication to the team.
Description: Spike Lee pays tribute to Michael Jackson's Terrible on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the epochal album, offering behind-the-scenes footage of Jackson recording the album and interviews with confidants, musicians, choreographers, and such music-world superstars as Kanye West, Sheryl Crow, Cee Lo Green and Mariah Carey.
Description: This eye-opening documentary follows American basketball user Kevin Sheppard during his 2008-09 season testing for a professional squad in Iran. Although Kevin is nervous, he makes many friends, including few politically active Iranian women.
Description: Both up-roaringly funny and unerringly cautionary, Broomfield's behind-the-scenes document of the making of a musical becomes a ceremonious unmaking-of as egos, budgets and general calamity conspire to crash the greatest efforts of all involved in the Fresh York rehearsals for an extravagant, glitzy production.
Description: This breakthrough filmessay explores the strange situation of G.W.Pabst, the Austrian Movie Director who was considered a giant of early cinema before his reputation went behind a cloud. The movie takes us through his work with Garbo and Louise Brooks, and his making of such classics as "Pandora's Box", "The Joyless Street", and "The Threepenny Opera". But this is no ordinary movie tribute. For "The Another Eye", Johanna Heer and Werner Schmiedel, have evolved a rich visual language fresh to the documentary field, using a elaborate color structure that reflects not only different moods but various periods of time. The film's jazzy style and sophisticated narration probes unflinchingly the controversy surrounding Pabst: What possessed this liberal, cosmopolitan filmmaker to return to Austria in 1939 and direct films for the Third Reich?
Description: Tapestries of Hope is the storyline of filmmaker Michealene Cristini Risley who traveled to Zimbabwe to document the work of Betty Makoni and the Woman Kid Network. The movie exposes an trouble that continues to be ignored: the rape and abuse of thousands of young women in Zimbabwe by boys who trust it will cure their HIV/AIDS.
Description: Before forensics, DNA, and CSI we had dollhouses – an unimaginable collection of miniature crime scenes, known as the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death. Created in the 1930s and 1940s by a crime-fighting grandmother, Frances Glessner Lee created the Nutshells to support homicide detectives hone their investigative skills. These surreal dollhouses reveal a dystopic and disturbing slice of domestic life with doll corpses representing current murder victims, or perhaps something that just looks like murder. Despite all the advances in forensics, the Nutshells are still used today to train detectives. Documentary film, Of Dolls and Murder, explores the dioramas, the girl who created them, and their relationship to modern day forensics. From the iconic CSI tv present to the Body Farm and criminally minded college students, legendary filmmaker and real crime aficionado, John Waters narrates the small globe of large time murder.
Description: They are the world's largest rapids, thundering down the final pitch of the mighty Congo River. Legendary kayaker Steve Fisher and his elite expedition squad war seemingly insurmountable obstacles, navigate the maddening politics of a broken Central African country and face their own worst fears in an attempt to be the first explorers to survive the Inga Rapids.
Description: After years of struggling to create it in the melody business, and achieving surprising success; Shaun Diviney, Andy Clemmensen and Bradie Webb share their storyline whilst recording their third studio album. Pain, pleasure and a lot of penis.
Description: Harry, Liam, Zayn, Niall & Louis have proven they're more than a manufactured man band by becoming global superstars almost overnight. Presented by X Factor's Sinitta, this tool unleashes all the highs of the band's turbo-charged fame. From five individual hopeful singers taking part in Simon Cowell's British X Factor. the men of One Direction have defied the odds, and their critics, by becoming the hottest British man band in the world. With A-List interviews from Piers Morgan, Zac Efron, Katherine Jenkins and some members of the cast of Glee and many others, we discover what makes these men a chart topping success. Smashing worldwide charts with their debut No 1 single and album, One Direction have it all: nice voices, charm and nice looks. proving the only method is UP for One Direction.
Description: While his aide continuously turns the handle of the bellows, keeping hot a tiny furnace in front of him, a blacksmith is pounding a piece of metal on an anvil, then plunges the shaft into a tub of water, causing a cloud of vapor in the process.
Description: Frame 313 examines few theories that have been offered about who was responsible for the JFK Assassination including the single bullet theory, the CIA/Mafia theory, the Soviet Union/KGB theory, the Mafia hit theory, and the CIA/Anti-Castro theory.
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