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Description: Everytime Nice is the storyline of The Nice Johnathan’s storied career as a comedian/magician, the unlikely friendship that was cemented after meeting a 12-year-old man while on tour in Australia and the unfortunate terminal diagnosis that brought them back together for one last run of shows.
Description: A vivid documentary portrait of Véra Bílá (1954-2019), a Gypsy singer acclaimed in the international melody world. The movie explores Romany culture and what it means to be part of a marginalized minority group. She was dubbed the Ella Fitzgerald of Romani music. The Czech singer enjoyed international success in the late Nineties when she was signed to the German record label BMG.
Description: A short documentary movie exploring the stories of four individuals living on the Norfolk Coast, as well as their special connections to the Zone of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Description: A portrait of dance superstar Natalia Osipova which combines special access to the rehearsal rooms of the Royal Ballet with Natalia's contemporary dance projects, to give an unparalleled glimpse into the working life of a nice dance artist.
Description: A documentary of legendary driver Mario Andretti's career, including the driver himself discussing his childhood and involvement in the globe of racing. Having spent nearly 50 years in the sport, Andretti is still involved in racing, and this documentary shows his adventure from a refugee to an icon. Drive Like Andretti was released as a half-century celebration of his 1969 Indianapolis 500 victory.
Description: Take a theatrical adventure with physicist Brian Greene to uncover how Albert Einstein developed his theory of relativity. In this vivid play, science is illuminated on scene and screen through innovative projections and an original score.
Description: Rosalee Glass, a former Holocaust survivor taken prisoner to a Siberian gulag during WWII transforms her destiny. In her 80s she starts an acting career, in her 90s wins a Senior beauty pageant and dares to ride Alaskan Sled dogs at 100.
Description: Experience the thrill of riding in the cab of an iconic Pendolino tilting train, travelling over the West Coast Main Line, the UK’s busiest. We travel on board the 1220 Virgin Trains’ London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly service running via Stoke on Trent. It’s quite nice to see the degree of tilt from the driver’s viewpoint and how easy the class 390 takes the curves at speeds of up to 125 mph!
Description: The original Gotthard railway tunnel through the Swiss Alps, took ten years to build and cost 147 lives. It was a mammoth undertaking and needed the construction of long ramps on either side totalling 85 miles. Variety of tunnels, viaducts and bridges were necessary. The ruling gradient of 1 in 37 was deemed to be just about the max that the original steam locomotives should handle, even then, trains were usually double-headed and even had banking engines attached at the rear! In order even to hold to this severe gradient, the engineers had to construct a number of extra spiral tunnels to gain height, hewn out of solid rock…
Description: Diesel loco-hauled expresses have made a comeback… For this Driver’s eye view we travel in the cab of a class 68 hauling a rake of refurbished Mk 111 carriages marketed by Chiltern Railways as ‘Silver Trains’
Description: Nearly four months after the historically devastating Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, only half of the island has power back. “Candlelight” is a adventure through the storm’s aftermath and the happenings that changed Puerto Rico forever. It’s a heartfelt tribute to the resilience of the Puerto Rican people.
Description: The Newcastle & Carlisle dates right back to 1825, one of the earliest railway schemes in Britain. It opened in stages from 1834 initially to carry minerals. The railway roughly follows the course of Hadrian's Wall, marking the northernmost border of the Roman Empire in 122 AD. The railway has become an necessary url between the East and West Coast main lines.
Description: We see virtually the entire of Brunel’s route from Exeter St David’s to Newton Abbot including the notorious seaside section at Dawlish. From there we head inland to Totnes, over the infamous banks at Dainton and Rattery, through Ivybridge on the very edge of Dartmoor and into Plymouth itself. We finish with a driver’s eye view of the Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash. Filmed in 1986 just weeks before the semaphore signals were abolished for ever.
Description: Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957), the most necessary sculptor of the first half of the 20th century, has been a fascinating and enduring influence on a generation of contemporary American artists. Insights into Brancusi’s legacy are presented by Carl Andre, Lynda Benglis, Ellsworth Kelly, Martin Puryear, Richard Serra, and Joel Shapiro, with extra commentary on Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Roy Lichtenstein, Isamu Noguchi,and Claes Oldenburg. In 1995, Anne d’Harnoncourt, Director Emeritus of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, asked Checkerboard to document the PMA’s acclaimed retrospective on Brancusi for the Museum’s archive. The resulting footage became the genesis of the documentary.
Description: A documentary of classified military footage released by WikiLeaks showing an attack by the US military in the Iraqi suburb of Fresh Baghdad. This attack left 12 dead including two Reuters staff.
Description: "Awakening from the 20th Century" contends with the collision between the current and the virtual in the town of San Francisco. "Is life becoming virtual?" King asks. "Are we witnessing the end of the City? Will the pc replace the automobile?" These questions are taken up by six prominent writers, musicians, and multi-media workers, who describe their own shifting relationships to technology and public zone within the city. Awakening from the 20th Century is structured around imagery from few San Francisco sites: the broadcast transmission turret Sutro Tower; "Critical Mass," an activist bike event; and territories from the Dashiel Hammet Walking Tour, which are interspersed with scenes from The Maltese Falcon.
Description: Based on his book, Michael Waltrip recounts the 2001 Daytona 500 and the lighting-fast transition from elation to mourning - as he took the checkered flag to victory while Dale Earnhardt, his mate and squad owner, ruined in Turn 4 behind him. Earnhardt's death and the happenings of the race had a profound result on Waltrip, shown in this documentary.
Description: How Don Quixote de la Mancha, the immortal hero created by Miguel de Cervantes in 1605, has been depicted in cinema, television, cartoons, theater, opera, ballet and another artistic disciplines. An journey that began more than four hundred years ago in the pages of a ebook and is far from coming to an end.
Description: This film is an attempt to document a place; not only its photo as lensed, but its weather, its soil, and its toxins. The organisms in the water and the soil have made their marks on it; even the leached metals in this exhausted quarry pit's waters can be seen in the film.
Description: When silent cinema learned to speak, the audience was surprised not only by the voices of the actors and the environmental noises, but also by a fresh element: music, which, combined with dance and imagination without prejudice, gave rise to a fresh genre, as necessary to Hollywood cinema as western was: the musical. A adventure through the history of this genre, from its beginnings to the show day.
Description: Famous Russian rapper Husky experiences an existential crisis and faces hard self-identity questions. To search the answers he comes to territories where there are no borders between reality and fiction, becoming part of the minigame and speculation.
Description: The bell is the only musical instrument used by the Orthodox church, and its connection with the Russian spiritual culture is incredibly strong. In 2016, famous techno-producer and DJ Philipp Gorbachev had been trained by a bell-ringing master and soon became the bell ringer at the St. Nicholas Church in Aksinino. Being influenced by Peter Mamonov, Moscow-based electronic musician believes in the spirituality of the Russian dance floor. This movie is an attempt to reflect it through the prayerful experience of the modern bell-ringer, who hides the red mechanic jumpsuit, Gorbachev’s usual clothes for sets, under the monastic robe. Following Philip, the camera tries to search and capture in feature the fragile atmosphere in which the sound of bells becomes a source of divine revelation and turns folks into brothers and sisters.
Description: The movie investigates Muscovites’ attitude to home, it is a storyline about the tough choices that we create in a large city. The characters of the movie are young folks who have fresh values: the importance of living near work, the gym, the town center or being able to quickly place all they have in boxes and transport to a fresh place. Nevertheless, for every of them, it is still necessary to see their home as a reference point, endowed with unique sentimental characteristics, which they are constantly searching.
Description: Maison d'Être is an exploratory documentary about people's emotional zone attachment in highly dynamic Greater Paris undergoing large-scale urban renewal campaigns. Parisien suburbia has been a frontier between globe civilisations where wellbeing encounters despair. Here local habits receive confronted by government-sponsored plans for urban transformation and social aid. In Paris "home" manifests itself as one of the key existential challenges of the modern culture - a "raison d'être" of daily life. The movie is addressed to both professional audiences of urbanists, town planners, architects, and curious public. It displays numerous conversations among residents, town activists, politicians, town planners and scientists, those who reflect on the regeneration tactic of the socially depressed urban neighbourhoods.
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I thought more than twice before reviewing this documentary. The topics of pedophilia is so charged in today''s society that folks seem to lose their minds when the topics is mentioned. I wholeheartedly endorse the approach of the two research bodies talked about in this documentary. Understanding and prevention are the only true softwares we have that are going to be of any benefit. Behaving like monkeys will do nothing but inspire more fear and foster stupidity. The two boys who identified themselves as pedophiles and showed their faces are to be admired because they are brave. They are doing the most creative things they can in spite of their affliction. One of them even sought support from a psychiatrist who reacted derisively to his request for treatment. I found that truly shocking & disheartening. One community in the documentary is trying to support by offering these folks direct help from police, psychologists, etc. They all meet together regularly in one large group to support prevent hurt to children. The necessary thing is it is not hidden away because the topics is distasteful. They are attempting to prevent the hurt from ever event rather than reacting once it is too late. I encountered a pedophile as a child. I trust this documentary is a step in the right direction and could be seen by as many adults as possible. It may foster a more launch minded, thoughtful, & above all, creative approach to this confronting & maligned subject.
This 2016 documentary deals with a subject that is something which we all have a meaning and an opinion about. And while I do not condone this behavior, I think it is of utmost importance that we educate in order to support prevent things event in the future, and also to better understand the things that take zone within the psyche of the folks that are afflicted with this."I, Pedophile" does offer some interesting insight into the minds of how some of these folks think and how they take measures to prevent from acting upon their urges. It is indeed very admirable for these folks to dare to stand out and openly say about it.However, in terms of this being a documentary that really provides knowledge and imparts learning, then I'd tell no, not so much. Sure, I learnt about the research in Germany, which I think is a really nice thing, because it seems like they are doing nice progress and paving the method for better understanding this topic.This documentary ultimately didn't really leave me with much of any thing. You sort of just watch through and then shrug it off, and I bet it is forgotten about come tomorrow. A bit sad really, because this is a subject that could not be silenced or forgotten, much less a subject that could be immediately met with violence and hatred.Learning and education is the method forward.
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