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Description: Ryan Freeman’s profile documentary, Being Batman, gives us a small glimpse into the life of Stephen Lawrence—a boy who has self monikered himself the “Brampton Batman.” Lawrence, dressed as the iconic hero, ventures out at night to patrol the town streets. He’s a real-life Bruce Wayne, finished with an outfit and arsenal that would create any cosplayer green with envy.
Description: A movie about Jewish cemeteries in East Berlin, based on a screenplay by Günter Kunert, with text by Rabbi Martin Riesenburger. There are shots of gravestones and inscriptions – deported, murdered, perished; in Auschwitz or Theresienstadt. Commentary reminds us of the victims – "in 1933, 160,564 Jewish citizens lived in Berlin; in 1945, 3,500".
Description: A beautifully wrought superimposition in black-and-white, MANSFIELD PRODUCT COMPANY layers a crane demolishing a vehicle with two young boys installing a stove. The fact that this haiku on the industrial lifecycle was shot in Kevin Jerome Everson's hometown of Mansfield, Ohio, lends a private dimension to the visual mingling of old and new. - Maximum Goldberg
Description: Kevin Jerome Everson's single-take movie of a road hustler's sleight-of-hand minigame takes its zone in a rowdy crowd of onlookers. The camera stays focused on the man's fleet fingers while the audio is glued to his gift of gab: "Keep your eyes on that tiny red dot if you wish to victory cold money cash on the spot." Each bit the performer, the hustler makes us wonder whether the movie itself might be a type of shell minigame (with the seemingly raw immediacy of the shot concealing its artistic intentionality). - Maximum Goldberg
Description: One of few Kevin Jerome Everson pieces regarding African-American rodeo riders, SECOND PLACE brings us inside the large show. The jerkily pixilated view of a bucking bull offers an aesthetic equivalent of the cowboy's wild ride while the film's silence lends an unexpected repose to the contest. Whether anticipating a bull's blasting out of the gate or watching an old hand stretch out his back, Everson's camera is ever-attentive to the action at the edge of the frame. - Maximum Goldberg
Description: In 2013, three girls emerged from a flat in Brixton. They had been held there for decades by Aravindan Balakrishnan, a revolutionary Maoist who controlled the girls with brainwashing techniques and tales of a sinister, world-controlling machine he named 'Jackie'.
Description: In a 2014 artist statement, Kevin Jerome Everson wrote, "The main thing I like doing is filming folks of African descent, black folks, who are really nice at what they do... engaged in something that is an internal language." Indeed, blink and you might miss this cowboy's lightning-quick method with a lasso. He shows his items in an impressionistic montage, flashing a winning grin. - Maximum Goldberg
Description: A movie about a young woman's future plans in Munich, Germany. MUNCHEN, RAPHAELA (also known as RAPHAELA RING MUNCHEN) is part of Mike Plante's Lunchfilm series of commissioned shorts (made for the cost of a lunch between Plante and filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson).
Description: Radiating the radical simplicity of a Lumière actuality, THE MAYBERRY PRACTICE CALF shows an African-American cowboy roping a hunk of tire again and again. "Calf roping is a discipline," Kevin Jerome Everson said an interviewer. "People practice it, they know the language of it and they know how to do it." Everson's camera evinces a comparable degree of discipline, with a single long take functioning as a montage through the serial repetition of the cowboy's action. We may wonder if we're watching a loop but gradually our eyes are drawn to tiny variations. Practice makes perfect. - Maximum Goldberg
Description: Irineo had lived in Cochabamba since he was 10 years old. He moved there with his parents from Alota, a tiny city in the highlands where they grow quinua. The international quinua boom led Irineo to return to his home city 20 years later, with his wife and children, in find for a better life that the town was unable to give him. In Alota Don Lucio is waiting for them; he is Irineo's grandfather and the leader of the community, who never left his home town, but who has watched how the population has gradually moved out from the city to various metropolitan areas. Actually Alota looks forward to a future of economic prosperity, which threatens to destabilize the daily life of the community, as mass marketers transport in to commercialize a product that only yesterday was a primary foodstuff closely linked to the Pachamama.
Description: On January 29, 1982, when the creator of this storyline was one year eight months old, her brother Oswaldo died while doing military service. The military experts' verdict was: "accident due to a stray bullet". Since then, the family made a decision to confine his memory to oblivion. The documentary recounts this family's story, which is, at the same time, a facet of the country's history.
Description: A storyline of two girls who at the same time are many; the portrait of a country where what is illegal is legal and what is forbidden is allowed if a lot of folks do it. Virginia (60) is a teacher from Cochabamba who travels to Iquique (Chile) to smuggle in towels to create additional money; Yesenia (22) is a cooking student from the town of El Alto who travels to Desaguadero (Peru) to purchase clothes to resell in a famous store in Oruro in order to pay for her schooling. This is not a documentary about smuggling, nor does it discover the causes and procedures for smuggling, and does not denounce the widespread corruption on the Bolivian borders. The concept is simpler, but at the same time more complex: to observe and follow two girls smugglers in various territories of Bolivia and explain their nature, their paths, their routines and objectives.
Description: An insider's acc of a founding father of the American movie industry. Produced by Jack Warner's grandson, filmmaker Gregory Orr, this detail length documentary provides the rags to riches storyline of the boy whose studio - Warner Bros - created many of Hollywood's most classic films, including "Casablanca," "Now Voyager," "Treasure of the Sierra Madre" "Yankee Doodle Dandy," "My Fair Lady," "Bonnie & Clyde" and hundreds more. Contains extensive interviews with family members and friends, movie clips, rare home films and special zone footage.
Description: Aleksandër Moisiu, or Alexander Moissi or perhaps Alessandro Moissi (1879-1935) was an Albanian born scene and screen actor who performed all over the world. He was an actor with subtle resonances, effectively touching the tragic characters, establishing himself in those with the most intimate and delicate notes. Roads are called after Alexander Moissi in Berlin, Salzburg and Vienna, where also a monument was unveiled in 2005.
Description: Graham Hill was an eccentric, charismatic Englishman from a bygone era of sporting endeavour. With nice determination he won the Formula 1 Globe Championship, the Indy 500 and the Le Mans 24 hours race, thereby achieving the 'triple crown' of motor racing - a special feat that remains unmatched to this day. Graham also won the glamorous Monaco Grand Prix five times during an era when drivers routinely met violent death. Graham's illustrious racing career spanned three decades, which at its height saw him routinely slugging it out with fellow F1 champions Jim Clark and Jackie Stewart. Close mates yet intense rivals on the track, they were the 'Three Musketeers' during a golden era of motor racing. But what was the truth behind Graham's famous public image? 30 years on from his death, his family, close mates and former colleagues paint an intimate, revealing and entertaining portrait of a sporting character tragically killed in a plane ruin in 1975.
Description: "A Tiny More A Tiny Less" is a simple, low-budget and no voice-over documentary. Photos of São Paulo from above and pictures invite us to a trip that shows,as the directors place it, that one’s pain is a tragedy, and the death of millions, a statistic.
Description: The assassination of Berta Cáceres shook the globe on March 2, 2016. Mexican activist Gustavo Castro, a witness to the crime, survived the horror of that night and was trapped in Honduras. The defense of the river Gualcarque, sacred to the Lenca people, vs the installation of a hydroelectric plant, is the preamble of a storyline in which we follow Garifuna leader Miriam Miranda, mate and companion of Berta. Their struggle for decolonization is the same, in a country that is sold to transnational capital and takes lives in many ways.
Description: The history of the GDR Super-8 scene—an underground art movement that produced movies outside official channels in the 1980s—produced by Cornelia Klauss, herself a Super-8 artist. The Stasi (secret police) monitored this rebellious stage closely. Female artists Ramona Köppel-Welsch, Cornelia Schleime and Christine Schlegel, among others, talk about their art and films, their experiences as artists in the GDR, and how their work changed after the Wall came down.
Description: Details sacred and profane routes that serve as the foundation for weaving the saga of the cocaine leaf. The two core elements, San Pedro prison and the Guaraní community of Tentayapi, show nodal aspects of the cocaine leaf across various cultural settings such as drugs, medicine, exploitation, religion, injustice and instruments of power.
Description: Mumford and Sons are a band that have never stayed still. An innate desire to travel, to meet folks and to do the unexpected has become a calling card of sorts as fanatics the globe over join their community and fall in love with their consistently evolving music. The documentary follows the band and their recent set of collaborators as they travel across uncharted territory, testing the major towns of South Africa with an eclectic mix of musician friends. They discover the craft of song writing and the people, happenings and influences that dictate that. The movie showcases the band at their most launch and collaborative as they relish the excitement of testing to crowds in fresh towns who've never seen them before. Along the method they set a new challenge for themselves; taking their collaborative culture one step further as they attempt to write and record a mini album in just two days, with the another musicians on tour. The filming of this process not only lifts the lid on the art of song....
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