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Description: “Here is Everything appears as a message from The Future, as narrated by a cat and a rabbit. The two spiritual tutorials have decided to address humans via a contemporary art video because they understand this to be our highest form of communication. Their cheeky introduction, however, belies the complex set of concepts that fill the entire movie.”
Description: Taylor delivers the concert happening of the year. Filmed at Sydney's ANZ Stadium in front of 76,000 fans, The 1989 Globe Tour - Live captures the excitement and energy of the hottest pop star in the world. Filled with nice music, an electrifying scene show, and superstar guest appearances, the concert movie is only on Apple Music.
Description: 95th Rifles 1809 to Salamanca is the second DVD in 95th Rifles trilogy of movies and part of The Peninsular Collection from BHTV . The DVD explores the history of the 95th Rifles, who were masters of the battlefield and particularly skilled in skirmishing. Held in high esteem by the French and Allies alike, they played a momentous role in the outcome of the Peninsular War. Following the happenings set out in the Salamanca DVD, this movie serves as a prequel to explain the years leading up to the War of Salamanca, starting with the aftermath of Sir John Moore’s retreat to La Corunna in the winter of 1808/1809.
Description: "Letter to a Child" combines intimate conversations with excellent strangers and private letters contemplating bits and pieces of life, collected and addressed to a child. In a series of “guided monologues” folks – from kindergarten kids to the vintage ages – are contemplating and reliving their lives. When they forget about the camera and they turn their eyes inside, the movie starts. They are alone with themselves in front of us and then we are alone with ourselves, with our life, long passed, very present. Through the movie the intimate diaries are silently drawing in the back a picture of human life of the last hundred years.
Description: The Rat Race, our documentary that captivated audiences in Cannes and Amsterdam actually set to release in theatres in India ! A movie with no star cast nor exotic territories on the contrary, this is the gritty real life acc of Mumbai’s night rat killers. Shot over 2 years The Rat Race documents a storyline that unravels each night as the rest of the town sleeps.
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Description: A short experimental documentary is filmed at the last drive-in film theater in Los Angeles, located in a desolate zone named the Town of Industry. Floating within a backdrop of smokestacks, beacon turrets and passing trains, dislocated Hollywood photos filled with apocalyptic angst are re-framed and reflected through vehicle windows and mirrors as the displacement of the radio broadcast soundtrack collides with the projections upon and surrounding the multiple screens. In VINELAND, the nocturnal landscape is seen as a border territory aglow with dreamlike illusions revealing overlapping realities at the intersection of nostalgia and alienation.
Description: In January 1990, at the age of 33, the artist José Leonilson begins registering an intimate journal in a tape recorder. His views on happenings that shook both Brazil, such as the resignation of former president Collor, and overseas, such as the fall of the Berlin Wall, permeate his confessions. He also talks about his impressions on the different films he used to watch. The records of this sensitive artist in tune with modern life did not intend, at first, anything more than register the harmony that existed between his life and his peculiar and intimate work. However, J.L. suffers the unexpected blow of the discovery that he himself is HIV positive. The uncertainty and urgency in his life start to permeate his reports.
Description: Steven Spielberg's Back To The Future was a large box-office hit in 1985 that ultimately led to two sequels. In 1989, in Back To The Future Part II, Michael J. Fox aka Marty Mc Fly and Christopher Lloyd aka DOC, travel into the future to October 21st 2015. At the time, the movie's crazy inventions seemed far from achievable but tiny did we know they would now be so close to reality!
Description: Gold Beach is the storyline of the highly successful assault by 50th Northumbrian Division and 231 Malta Bde on the central beach of the Allied D day landings. The beach was one of the 2 additional beaches that Montgomery had added to the COSSAC plan and the two veteran formations selected were highly successful achieving nearly all their objectives despite some difficult and bloody fighting. It was on this beach that WO2 Stan Hollis won the only VC of D Day.
Description: After he finished his mandatory military service, the filmmaker was held in retention as the revolution unfurled in his country. His military rank was that of a sergeant. During these times, he would go back to his home, located in the middle of Damascus city, take off his military uniform and return to his normal life, working as an assistant director with his friend, the filmmaker Mohammed Malas. To create sense of this schizophrenic situation, he decides to take his camera and begin shooting a ‘making-of’ that will eventually go beyond Malas’s film.
Description: In August, 2014, a video of the public execution of American photojournalist James Foley rippled across the globe. Foley wore an orange jumpsuit as he knelt beside an ISIS militant dressed in black. That photo challenged the globe to deal with a fresh face of terror. And it inspected one American family. Seen through the lens of filmmaker Brian Oakes, Foley’s close childhood friend, Jim takes us from small-town Fresh England to the adrenaline-fueled front lines of Libya and Syria, where Foley pushed the limits of danger to report on the plight of civilians impacted by war.
Description: A legendary entertainer and a pioneer of gay activism, Miwa was born Akihiro Maruyama. As a young singer, Miwa popularized androgyny as a fashion statement, fusing the masculine and the feminine into a signal of a fresh generation of aesthetics. This evolved into performing as a girl and living off-stage as a man. With glitter, wit, evening gowns, and enchanting storytelling, Miwa looks back over a 50-year career and a fascinating life in music, movie and television.
Description: “I Have to Create the Word Be Flesh” is an insightful and candid interview with the boy himself about his movies and his motivations. Cronenberg is cheerfully frank about his often grotesque photos and controversial topics matter, and clearly relishes in the occasion to discover the themes and motifs behind every one.
Description: Eden: The Inside Storyline is just that - a unique, "behind-the-scenes" record of the birth of one of the world's most remarkable projects. Life at Eden was filmed day after day from before the pit was even purchased to the day it opened to a blaze of worldwide publicity. The Eden Project is a visitor attraction in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Inside the artificial biomes are plants that are collected from all around the world. The project is located in a reclaimed Kaolinite pit, located 2 km (1.2 mi) from the city of St. Blazey and 5 km (3 mi) from the larger city of St Austell, Cornwall. The complex is dominated by two large enclosures consisting of adjoining domes that house thousands of plant species, and every enclosure emulates a natural biome. The domes consist of hundreds of hexagonal and pentagonal, inflated, plastic cells supported by steel frames. The first dome emulates a tropical environment, and the second a Mediterranean environment.
Description: From dreamy aerial opening shots, we are sent on an expedition through the storied land of our fifth most populous state, Illinois, often named a miniature ver of America. Deborah Stratman’s experimental documentary explores how physical landscapes and human politics can every re-interpret historical events. Eleven parables relay histories of settlement, removal, technological breakthrough, violence, messianism, and resistance. Who gets to write history—physical monuments, official news accounts, or private spoken-word memories?
Description: Tamara, Desiree, and Victoria are Venezuelan girls who live in Caracas and at first glance have tiny in common. However, all three share much more than the town they live in: they carry an ID that shows a name that is not theirs. They are transgender women. In Venezuela, you cannot legally change the name you were born with. The girls unite and through a series of legal actions and tireless activism for equality, these girls will use the willingness of Venezuelan institutions to ensure the primary right of its citizens: the right to identity.
Description: Did you know that the quaint custom of Christmas caroling now began with drunk and rowdy revelers threatening folks door to door looking for meal and liquor? Early versions of the heartwarming legend of Santa Claus described him as a horrible devil called Krampus who beat and kidnapped naughty children. In America during the 17th and 18th Centuries, celebrating Christmas was vs the law! There's a lot to say about the history of Christmas, and a lot you may not know. Along the way, meet Ebenezer Scrooge and George Bailey, The Grinch and Rudolph, and learn the real origins of our Christmas traditions. So grab some eggnog and a slice of fruitcake as HISTORY unwraps THE REAL STORY OF CHRISTMAS.
Description: In 2016, the Noordbrabants Museum in the Dutch town of Den Bosch held a unique exhibition devoted to the work of Hieronymus Bosch, who died 500 years ago. This late-medieval artist lived his whole life in the city, causing uproar with his fantastical and utterly special paintings in which hell and the devil everytime played a prominent role.
Description: The 3rd Division was in the van of the D Day assault force. Their task was to break through Hitler's Atlantic Wall on a stretch of Normandy beach codenamed SWORD. Once ashore their issues were only just beginning! Montgomery had tasked the Division with the capture of Caen but the Germans were deployed in greater depth and strength than the Allies assumed. Rommel had deployed 21st Panzer Division into positions instantly behind the invasion area. With bitter fighting in the villages and launch ridges around Caen the two sides fought a desperate battle; the Germans knew that once firmly ashore it would be impossible to throw them back into the sea. This movie charts the operations on D Day from the embarkation of the force, the crossing, assault landing and the subsequent advance to the Perriers Ridge.
Description: Antoine Pellissier is an independent filmmaker who makes gory horror films. He is also a doctor. DR. GORE follows him as he tries to place together an ambitious fresh project vs steep odds.
Description: This movie gives an overview of Napoleons return to France in 1815 before covering in feature the Wars of Ligny and Quatre Bras. Filmed on the Battlefields in Belgium using re-enaction footage expert Presenters follow the Emperors brilliant initial plan which however later starts to fall apart due to flaws in the French staff, Napoleons arrogance and the courage and fighting ability of the Allied Troops. Both these wars deserve to be better known but they have been overshadowed by Waterloo the culmination of the Campaign
Description: The charts are full of extraordinary female artists - Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj... One of the brightest is 23-year-old Charli XCX, who has written tracks for the likes of Iggy Azalea and is quick becoming a global pop star in her own right. It seems like a golden age for female artists, a time when they are finally running the melody globe - even singers like Beyonce proudly stand in front of a feminist logo. But what is it really like to be a girl caught up in the pop machine today? This movie follows Charli across one wonderful summer, as she takes her raucous present to festivals like Glastonbury and Lollapalooza. She talks to fellow artists about what it's like to be a girl in the melody business, as she finds out what feminism, the true 'f-word', means in the 21st century.
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Ibogaine, derived from the root of a central African plant named Iboga, had been used for centuries by the Bwiti folks of Gabon & Cameroon, as part of a tribal initiation ceremony. A psychedelic with dissociative properties, the substance is banned in some countries; in another countries it is used by proponents of psychedelic therapy to treat addiction to methadone, heroin, alcohol, cocaine, methamphetamine, anabolic steroids, & another drugs. Iboga Nights tackles some very necessary problems regarding heroin addiction. This movie deserves the attention of each member of Public Health! Flawless Filmmaking by a nice Documentarian.
I saw a preview of this movie recently and am glad I did. Following on from his very private documentary 'Detox or Die', David Graham Scott's 'Iboga Nights' is a gotta see intimate portrait and emotional journey. of those trying to change their lives by using Ibogaine, the potential 'magic bullet' that should cure their addiction. As a viewer, I found myself rooting for all the characters in the movie and hoping every would search a method out. I'm not going to tell if they did or did not but this movie raises the question of could we be doing more as a society and could we test fresh methods of treatment. Anyone involved in drug treatment and indeed those who are not, could watch this film.
I felt moved to tears as the credits rolled, it's a very sensitive, balanced and inspirational piece of heartfelt gonzo movie making.I seem to recall that Kieślowski's A Short Movie about Killing had the result of having the death penalty abolished in Poland. Truly nice movie really can be so much more than entertainment, it can bring about humanitarian change and in that sense Iboga Nights is a really necessary work.David Graham Scott's approach is unusually non invasive and sensitive, but this is clearly because he is part of the storyline rather than a voyeur. This movie has no agenda, it's not damning drug test nor is it ramming a fresh magic bullet down our throats. It's simply asking the question, does Iboga support people? It should so easy have gone for the grime and filth of a junkie's existence but instead it shows dignity within the desperation, the folks beyond the habit. I watch a lot of documentary movie but it's rare that I explore work of such unmanipulative caliber, I really hope this movie gets the attention it so richly deserves, it's clearly a labor of love
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