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Description: The director Shahriyar Latifzadeh follows four elderly folks in their everyday lives. Can their life wisdom support him understand how life could be lived if we had all the wisdom at the age of 35?
Description: BBC look at whether or not Snuff movies really exist. Snuff as defined by the FBI and the movie is a movie that shows some one being killed which was produced for gratification of the viewer who pays to see the film. The movie takes a look at the begin of the rumors of snuff films, the latching on by exploitation producers and how the ability of anyone to shoot video with things such as android smartphones and place them up on the Internet have made the existence of a such a movie likely. A very nice very reasoned movie that isn't really that graphic (at least with current footage) the movie looks at the topics with filmmakers and law enforcement officials and relates the chilling tales of the folks who now set out to create a movie for themselves. The key element is the profit motive since its clear that assassins and another folks have been using home video equipment to record their nasty deeds, we just don't know if cash has changed hands. A movie to create you think.
Description: A portrait of Dana Plays' 90 year old paternal grandmother, Peggy Regler, reminiscing about her love affairs and significant relationships. Regler says about her failed first marriage, the agreement she had to stay until the kids were grown (but to see another lovers) which resulted in the real love she found with her second husband and renowned writer Gustav Regler, who soon died a tragic death in India. The love affairs are historically rooted in the political and technological developments 20th century, and are narratively based in a complex sound/image structure. Interludes (silent optically printed movie passages narrated with inter-titles excerpted from her diaries, and early childhood memories) formalistically refer to early cinema. The footage in these passages is re-contextualized and interwoven metaphorically throughout the text.
Description: In 2004, The San Fernando Valley porno industry came to a virtual standstill after it was revealed that famous performer Darren James became infected with HIV during a porno shoot in Brazil.
Description: More than three thousand insects appear in this movie every for a single frame. As the colours glow and change across their bodies and wings it is as if the genetic programme of millions of years is taking zone in a several minutes. It is a rampant creation that seems to defy the explanations of evolutionists and fundamentalists. It is like a mescalin dream of Charles Darwin's. The movie is inspired by the insect collection of Walter Linsenmaier in the natural history museum of Luzern. As every insect follows the other, frame by frame, they appear to unfurl their antennae, scuttle along, or flap their wings as if trying to escape the pinions which attach them forever in their display cases. Just for a moment the eye is tricked into believing that these dead monsters still live . . .
Description: DH Productions' stable of knuckleheads are at it again with Chain Reaction 2. this time we storm through North America with a massive metal onslaught of broken bikes, bones, and blood. three time Emmy Award winning producer/director Don Hampton throws you in the saddle for some kickass downhill madness that includes, the Winter X-Games, the NORBA and Globe Cup downhill circuit, urban road riding sessions, moto sized dirt jumping, skateparks and, of course, a butt load of painful crashes.
Description: At the beginning of the documentary, fine artist Jan Montyn is lying in bed, stripped to the waist. The blades of a fanatic are spinning; fight footage is projected across. In 1944, Montyn enrolled in the German navy and ended up on the eastern front. He shows drawings he made in the trenches with charcoal and toothpaste. Back in Holland, he was hospitalised with 'shell shock'. Nevertheless, soon on he would war the communists in Korea and work as a relief worker in Vietnam and Cambodia. The movie team follows him back to Vietnam, a country where he first arrived in the early seventies: 'Sometimes, I test to convert the horror to paradise.' And actually he is sailing on a river, surrounded by dancing young women. But we also see him at work and breathe down his neck when he is etching and engraving. He looks back on his life without a guilty conscience or shame. 'Many wars, many women, many etches', should be his epitaph, the voice-over says.
Description: The most intense British mountain biking action ever captured on film! Explore the truth behind mountain biking addiction; hang out with the riders in the their own haunts; go beyond extreme action and off into a psychedelic soul ride. Follow Steve Peat, Rob Warner, Martyn Ashton, Wil Longden, Martin Hawyes etc and unique guest Hans Rey, from the UK to Southern California in find of mountain biking nirvana. Shot raw and live, in 16mm motion picture movie with a soundtrack featuring Tribute to Nothing, Black Star Liner, Orbital, Death in Vegas, C.J.Bolland, Zone Monkeys, Garbage, Freakpower and more...
Description: Sure we’re interested in Jim Henson’s work as a filmmaker and constructive innovator, but his brilliant talents as a performer are often overlooked. As a puppeteer, he created such indelible characters as Kermit the Frog, Rowlf the Dog, Ernie, and the Swedish Chef. This compilation illuminates the development and evolution of these classic characters – and many more.
Description: Max Tolerated Dose is the first feature-length documentary by Decipher Films. Equal parts found-footage mash-up, verité investigation, and artful meditation, the movie charts the lives of both humans and non-humans who have experienced animal playing first-hand, with hauntingly honest testimony of scientists and lab technicians whose ethics demanded they select a various path, as well as the simultaneously heartwarming and heartbreaking stories of animals who have seen both sides of the cage. MTD aims to re-ignite the debate about animal playing by bringing these rarely-heard perspectives to the fore.
Description: JFK's campaign for president is the first to be waged on television, a distinct advantage for the telegenic candidate. Despite his lack of legislative achievements and his Catholicism -- which many Americans see as a negative -- Kennedy wins the election on the promise that he will stand up to the Soviets and protect American preeminence in the world.
Description: In spring 2012, Stockholm restaurant Frantzén/Lindeberg aspires for the best recognition a restaurant can get, a third Michelin star. But the strive for perfection comes at a cost. Despite all the success, the relationship between chefs starts to crumble.
Description: The life and career of French novelist and journalist François Cavanna, his leading role in the invention of satirical press in France and foundation of 'Hara Kiri' and 'Charlie hedbo' newspapers.
Description: After 2000 years of history, the Arena of Verona is celebrating the Centenary of its Opera Festival with Verdi's AIDA by La Fura dels Baus. From rehearsals to the opening night, we follow the workers and artists who created the most popular operatic festival in the world.
Description: Using rare photos of the artist filmed at work in his studio, exclusive interviews with his family and close friends, photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, and unpublished artwork, this award-winning detail documentary highlights the painter’s complex constructive process. Acclaimed as the definitive movie portrait of the master, Balthus through the Looking-Glass was shot on Super 16 over 14 months in Switzerland, Italy, France and the Moors of England by the director of Fellini, I’m a Born Liar. (Arte)
Description: Side by Side; Searching for a relationship that defines the states of belonging; The zone in the middle. Questioning the power of the image… the photo that tutorials us. The photo that lies. “Something is of course everytime lost when we receive to see only one side. It is for the exact same reason that one gotta have the courage to confess the pain of the coma-like contrast of life and cinema. In this scenario, somehow we gotta place it all together to see the large picture; While in the state of unconsciousness, we are stuck at the thin edge of a screen where two worlds, two countries, and two towns separate for the sake of it. I feel helpless standing in the middle. In this chain of accidents, in this war of guns and bombs, in the pile of my notes, thoughts, and nostalgic memories of Texas and Tehran, the globe lacks believe in common sense.”
Description: The greatest squad never to victory the College Globe Series? It might have been the 1985 Mississippi State Bulldogs, who produced four Major League Baseball All-Stars. Two of them, Bobby Thigpen and Jeff Brantley, became Relievers of the Year, while the another two, Will Clark and Rafael Palmeiro, formed the imposing one-two hitting punch known as "Thunder and Lightning." The brash and bold Clark was born in Fresh Orleans, the son of a pool hustler, while the soft-spoken and shy Palmeiro was a son of Cuban immigrants who did his talking at the plate. As teammates at Mississippi State, they nearly propelled the Bulldogs to a College Globe Series title. Thirty years later, director Rory Karpf revisits those fabled Bulldogs, tracks the complicated relationship between Clark and Palmeiro, and brings closure to boys who could be remembered for what they did, and not for what they didn't do.
Description: A short form video essay which allows the characters of the Coen Brothers to speak to every other, exposing possibly overlooked thematic connections between the movies of the Coen Brothers.
Description: This polemical documentary-using rare authentic photos and newsreels from both sides-justifies the erection of the Berlin Wall on August 13, 1961. It represents West Berlin as the front line of neo-fascism, terrorism and neo-colonialism-against which the peaceful town of East Berlin requires an "antifascist defense." Made at the behest of those responsible for GDR propaganda, Gass' trademark fast-paced editing and montage make a seamless, if skewed, rendition of the post-WWII history of Berlin. Notably absent, for example, are the Berlin Blockade and Airlift of 1948-49-that gave rise to the impassioned speech of West Berlin Mayor Ernst Reuter, from which the documentary's game is taken. The movie details the caustic text of journalist and propagandist Karl-Eduard von Schnitzler, soon a commentator on East German tv and host of the agitation tool "The Black Channel."
Description: Go behind the scenes to witness the magic of the Muppets in this compilation of rare footage of the tons of puppetry created by Jim Henson. Through a combination of documentary clips, interviews, and rare behind the scenes footage, this tool offers an insider’s look at the folks behind the Muppets and the difficult work it takes to create it all look so easy.
Description: Phong grew up in a tiny city in the center of Vietnam - the youngest of six children. From the time he was a young boy, Phong felt like he was a woman with a mismatched boy's body. Not until he moved to Hanoi to attend university at age 20 did Phong explore that he was not the only one in the globe with this predicament. His dream to 'find herself' by physically changing sex becomes a reality few years later. The film follows Phong's struggle during these years, with excerpts from an intimate video journal, along with encounters with family, mates and doctors - all of whom gotta come to terms with Phong determination to become a finished girl.
Description: The Santa Semana, the week before Easter, is a major celebration in Malaga, Spain. Variety of processions transport through the roads with pretty floats. During this annual ritual, the Cofradía Jesus El Rico y Maria Santissima Del Amor Brotherhood has the right on Holy Wednesday to give one of three prisoners selected in advance his freedom. The movie shows the three prisoners speculate about their release, while the brotherhood decorates the floats. (filmcommission.nl)
Description: Documentary about the last four seasons on the farm run by the director's parents. The movie begins on 1 January 1992, at 6 am and ends in a misty landscape at the end of that year. Het is een schone dag geweest (It's been a pretty day) shows the end of a farm venture for which no successor has been found, but also the disappearance of a traditional method of life. Modern agriculture is ruled by fresh regulations, largely made in Brussels. Lonely work on a noisy machine replaces difficult but communal work on the land. In a disciplined style, the movie shows the disappearance of a traditional lifestyle in part of Holland. Het is een schone dag geweest was ïn 2007 admitted to the "Canon van de Nederlandse Film", a list of the most necessary Dutch films. (filmcommission.nl)
Description: Comedy Dynamics sits down with Bill Hicks’ brother, Steve, who says old stories, squashes old rumors and reveals the brother and son behind the late comedian. Said amidst old and rare footage, it’s a gotta watch for any fan.
Description: No film-maker has ever before been given permission to follow a Dutch election campaign with the camera. On the basis of a several contractual conditions, film-maker Niek Koppen was given a glimpse into the 'kitchen' of the Labour Party election campaign in 1998. From the making of the publicity images by Anton Corbijn to the celebration of the election win on 6 May 1998. In the Prime Minister's residence, Koppen recorded how decisions were taken during intimate discussions, smartphone calls and meals. The movie focuses on the arduous cooperation between the veterans Wim Kok and Jacques Wallage and the much younger campaign director Karin Adelmund. De keuken van Kok (Working for Labour) provides a picture of the emotions, ambitions, strategies and the ups and downs of a long and tiring process. (filmcommission.nl)
Description: Along an overgrown rail track south of the Zairean city Kisangani, a UN expedition together with a handful of journalists explore “lost” refugees. They are eighty thousand Hutus from far away Rwanda, the last survivors of three years of hunger and armed persecution that transpired throughout the vast Congo basin. The Hutu-refugees leave the forest, gathering in two large camps. Hundreds of refugees die each day from diseases and malnutrition The Rwandans are promised repatriation with airplanes out of Kisangani. The movie traces those refugees into the heart of the rainforest, and the hopeless attempts to support them.. But only four weeks later, the unprotected UN-camps are again attacked by machine-gun fire, deliberately massacred by factions of the rebel units (AFDL) of today’s Democratic Republic Congo. Eighty thousand men, girls and kids disappear once again back into the jungle. (jedensvet.cz)
Description: The film follows Rajai, a Ford Transit driver which is the most famous transportation in the Palestinian occupied spaces (occupied by Israel). While taking a ride with Rajai, we experience the frustrating case the Palestinian need to deal with. On our trips from the roadblock in Ramallah to the roadblock in Jerusalem, we receive to hear analysis of the case by all kinds of random transporters, folks from various religions, origins, and lvls of class.
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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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