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Description: A documentary that says the epic life storyline of Alfreda Glynn, 78-year-old Aboriginal woman, stills photographer, co-founder of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA), and Imparja TV, mother, grandmother, nice grandmother, radical, pacifist, grumpy old woman, who in equal measure loves the limelight and total privacy. Part bio-pic, part social history, it features the life of a girl born beneath a tree north of Alice Springs in 1939, her childhood living under the Aboriginal Security disclaimers and the impact, both nice and terrible they had on her life.
Description: During the 1980s, claims of satanic ritual abuse ran rife throughout the western world, uncovered by hypnotic therapists and perpetuated throughout the media, including high-rating tv talk shows. In Demonic, filmmaker Pia Borg delves into this bizarre chapter of history, examining the elusive line between fact, fiction and the persuasive power of the media.
Description: Filmmaker Matthew Bate explores the making of Trent Parker and Narelle Autio's 'Summation of Force', a moving photo work that studies bodies in motion and the globe of professional sport.
Description: Can you imagine a tourist attraction where folks come to see a dying forest? Where they are not only observers, but also the ones being observed and heard by the black birds?
Description: This is a huge projection of aerial footage that has been shot by pigeons equipped with lightweight digital cameras. With massive wind and the nervous flapping of wings the viewer gets only a fractured impression, though instantly identifiable, of a political demonstration.
Description: Janis was paralysed at the age of 22 and since has spent her time mostly in bed. She looks at the outside globe via a surveillance camera connected to her laptop. Through the camera she can hold an eye on everything that would otherwise remain hidden from her - the living room, the kitchen and especially the life outside her front door.
Description: With the tremendous success of his book, A People's History of the United States, Howard Zinn radically changed the method Americans see themselves. His mate Noam Chomsky tells that Zinn litteraly transformed a generation's conscience. Zinn talks about those who have no voice in the official History : Slaves, Indians, deserters, textile workers, union men. On two opportunities in Paris and Boston we were lucky enough to meet and movie him. Towards the end of his life, Howard Zinn told , "I wish to be remembered as someone who enabled folks to experience hope and power something they never did before." That is exactly the reason why we wish to create this film.
Description: Once upon a time there was a huge Finnish company that manufactured the world's greatest and most innovative android phones. Nokia's annual budget was larger than that of the government of Finland and everyone who worked there shared in the windfall. But global domination cost the company its pioneering spirit and quantity gradually took over from quality, with fresh smartphone models being churned out by the dozen. Store share eroded, until in 2016, android smartphone production in Finland ceased. The Rise and Fall of Nokia is a wry morality tale for our times, said by those that lived and worked through the rollercoaster years in a company that dominated a nation.
Description: The film says the inspiring storyline of an elephant matriarch who leads her family on an epic adventure across Africa, as said by filmmakers Tag Deeble and Victoria Stone.
Description: Goddess Remembered is a salute to 35,000 years of "pre-history," to the values of ancestors only recently remembered and to the goddess-worshipping religions of the ancient past. This documentary details Merlin Stone, Carol Christ, Luisah Teish, Starhawk, Charlene Spretnak and Jean Bolen, who url the loss of goddess-centered societies with today's environmental crisis.
Description: An uncensored look into the artistic process and private relationships of Christo, an artist known for his large-scale installations. For the first time since the passing of his wife and partner, Jeanne-Claude, Christo sets out to realize, The Floating Piers, a project they conceived together many years before.
Description: Edgware to Morden via Bank Northern Line Town branch runs from Edgware to Morden via Bank. There is so much to see from the driver's cab. The overground section through the 3 platform station at Golders Green and into tunnel. The "Crewe" of the Northern line at Camden Town. The additional wide platforms created with the building of the Victoria line. We also run over the first section of tube railway in the world, the Town and South London, whose carriages were nicknamed 'padded cells'.
Description: At the end of the 19th century, four groups of indigenous folks were taken from Chile by a German businessman and were shown as animals in various fairs and public exhibitions in few Europeans towns including Berlin, Leipzig, and symbolic territories such as the zone surrounding the Eiffel Tower.
Description: Rising from a farm man to become President of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev brought about changes that helped end the Cold War, toppled the USSR, enabled the reunification of Germany and transformed the globe forever.
Description: As over 6,000 immaculately dressed military re-enactors, boys and women, gather for the 200th anniversary of the epic War of Waterloo, some of them representing true individuals from the time, whether ‘humble foot-soldiers’, ‘officers’ or the nice ‘Marshal Ney.’ who is unfortunately less adapt at horsemanship than the original, the true war is taking zone elsewhere: American Tag Schneider, considered the greatest Napoleon in the business, vs. Frenchman Frank Samson, uniform-maker extraordinaire, as to who will be Emperor on the day. There was only one Napoleon, there can be only one Napoleon, but the Belgians are in charge, unrest is growing in the ranks, there is an outstanding prison sentence to be served, an unpaid bill for parking to which the ‘Empress Josephine’ also has something to say, and as to who meets their Waterloo first, you’ll just have to watch.
Description: Explore how various cultures over thousands of years used essential oils in their daily life. You'll search out how the ancient Egyptians would extract oils from flowers and plants. Learn about how Lords and Queens throughout history used essential oils to hold themselves healthy and strong. Renowned creator Dr. David Stewart, creator of Healing Oils of the Bible, discusses how essential oils were used throughout Biblical times. From the birth of Christ with Frankincense and Myrrh to the holy anointing oil specifically given to Moses by God himself.
Description: The first attempt in the history of Russian documentalism to understand what was the historical moment in which Anatoly Sobchak appeared in the political arena what his role in the history of the country was and, finally, why he suffered as a politician collapse. Perhaps his concepts were too advanced for his time?
Description: Hosted by NBC News investigative journalist Stephanie Gosk, this brand fresh two-hour unique will offer an intimate look into the life of Joe DeAngelo, the suspect in custody, through fresh and exclusive interviews from those who were closest to him and offering a gripping depiction of the prime suspect in a decades-long manhunt. To his family, friends, and former colleagues, DeAngelo lived the life of the classic “average Joe” - a father, grandfather, veteran, and even former police officer. DeAngelo actually stands accused of being the boy behind one of the most ruthlessly enduring crime sprees of all time and is believed to have raped more than 45 girls and murdered at least 12 people. He is currently charged with 12 counts of first degree murder and has so far not entered a plea. Joining Gosk is Bay Zone detective Paul Holes, who helped find for the Golden State Assassin for nearly a quarter-century and played a key role in the arrest of Joe DeAngelo.
Description: Polar Life’s novelty was its theatre, with the audience seated on a central rotating turntable in the middle of eleven fixed screens. Viewers have described the intricate juxtaposition of screen photos and narration and the complex relationship created between moving spectators and multiple screens. Documentation photos and scripts of the bilingual narration by Lise Payette and Patrick Watson present elaborate temporal and spatial representations of the Arctic and Antarctic regions: the Inuit in everyday activities in the Canadian North; another northern peoples of Alaska, Lapland, and Siberia; and settlers from the South, scientists, explorers, and another inhabitants of the landscape, including reindeer, bears, and birds. Archival movie footage of early northern explorers, combined with newly shot documentary footage, was edited across the different screens to make spatial relationships that are sometimes coherent, sometimes fragmented.
Description: This documentary profiles some of the most notorious spies in U.S. history--their motivations and methods, how they were caught, and the hurt they did to American lives and security. Includes: the John Walker spy ring, Edward Lee Howard, Aldrich Ames, and Robert Hanssen.
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This documentary is in two parts. After watching the first part I was convinced that this young woman was desperately trying to receive attention from her peers and going about it through the death of her boyfriend. After watching the second part I am in tears and all I wish to do is create sure that my kids know that they are not alone and that they are loved. Things are not black and white. There are many nuances to each case and this documentary did an wonderful job in dissecting what is a very complex situation. This was a very unfortunate event, and my heart goes out to both sides. We, as parents, need to take a more active role in our children's lives. It is very hard to be a teenager in the globe today. Thank you for this documentary, you did an perfect job.
"I Love You, Actually Die - The Commonwealth vs. Michelle Carter" (2019 release; 135 min.) is a documentary about the suicide of an 18 yr. old man who may or may not have been coached/encouraged/pressured by his 17 yr. old girlfriend to do so. As the documentary opens (with part 1 named "The Prosecution"), it is "July 12, 2014". Conrad and Michelle, who have met in person only 5 times over a 2 year span, are an "on-line couple", having sent thousands upon thousands of texts to every other. On that day, Conrad is contemplating suicide and Michelle is outright supportive, if not more so. Conrad dies from acute carbon monoxide poisoning. We then jump to today, as Conrad's dad, and them mom, reflect back to what happened in 2014... At that mission we are 10 min. into the documentary.Couple of comments: this is the recent documentary from writer-producer-director Erin Lee Carr, who just earlier this year gave us the outstanding documentary "At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal" and before than "Mommy Dead and Dearest". She is in my opinion one of today's leading documentarians. In "I Love You, Actually Die", she examines the circumstances of what at first appears to be an "open and shut" situation of a vulnerable and depressed young boy being pressured and bullied by his equally vulnerable (and deranged?) young girlfriend into doing the unthinkable. The director uses the seemingly unlimited stream of texts between the two as the passport of this documentary. to chilling effect. To place it mildly, social anxiety among teenagers obsessed with their smart smartphone and another social media is a very serious problem. Equally striking is the unawareness of both of Conrad's parents (who are divorced at that time) that Conrad is in deep, deep (emotional) trouble. "He looked to be doing okay", comments his mom. But part 2 ("The Defense") is where things really receive interesting, as we take a deeper dive into both Michelle's and Conrad's backgrounds and test of prescription psychiatric drugs (Prozac, Celexa, and more). All that said, there is of course also the legal side of things: do the actions and behavior of Michelle constitute a crime under Massachusetts law? The documentary does an perfect job looking at these complicated issues, and as someone comments, "there are no winners here". Indeed, the overall feeling is one of immense sadness for both individuals and their respective families..."I Love You, Actually Die" premiered earlier this year at SXSW to instant critical acclaim, and is actually airing in HBO in two parts. The documentary is currently rated 100% certified new on Rotten Tomatoes, and there is a reason for that. It is simple to create out Michelle as the 'bad' person, and certainly there is some of that, but as this documentary amply demonstrates, there is a entire lot more to it than at first sight appears to be the case. If you love investigative documentaries, I would readily recommend you check this out, be it on VOD or eventually on DVD/Blu-ray, and draw your own conclusion.
I now enjoyed this documentarian's piece on Gypsy and was interested in her take on Michelle Carter. Sadly, I found it incredibly disappointing and biased.I followed this trial very closely, and have read a nice portion of the thousands of texts she sent her mates and Conrad. A lot was left out in this documentary that is damaging to Michelle. First of all, the "expert doctor" was a quack who only saw Michelle a several times after the indictment. The prosecution tore him apart on the witness stand, and I still see he's bitterly mad over that (he complained on and on and bashed the prosecutors in this documentary). I couldn't stand listening to this guy. No one is conversing in airports with him over this trial on the regular, especially folks in Boston. He is so full of it and himself.Second, you might be interested to know Michelle was talking to other guy at the same time she was talking Conrad into killing himself. She loved him so much she was sexting other guy at her school. She even had a date scheduled with him after Conrad's death.Not once was it mentioned about the constant badgering of Lynne for some of his ashes and the suicide letter that she ASKED Conrad to write her specifically. She wanted that for attention as well. She is not the terrible lonely saint this documentary tried to create her place to be. Did Conrad have problems? Yes. But Michelle took advantage of someone with debilitating depression for her own selfish needs. I didn't see them mentioning she was at a graduation party with her mates having a nice time while the cops were investigating her either.This really rubbed me the wrong method and was in very terrible taste in my opinion. Convenient this was released as the SCOTUS brief was submitted. HBO has really grabbed onto a liberal agenda as of late and it's disgusting. I want the Roy's would not have gotten involved in this, but I have a feeling they were sold on this being not so biased.
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