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Description: Daniel Tammet has autism. He is also a savant. He can perform mind-boggling mathematical calculations at breakneck speeds. But unlike another savants, who can perform related feats, Tammet can describe how he does it. He speaks seven languages and is even devising his own language. Actually scientists are asking whether his exceptional abilities are the key to unblock the secrets of autism. This documentary follows Daniel as he travels to America to meet the scientists who are convinced he may keep the key to unlocking related abilities in everyone. He is challenged to learn Icelandic, one of the world’s hardest languages, in just one week. Will Daniel do it? And what can we learn from this prodigious talent?
Description: The legendary photographer William Klein has designed this fascinating ebook on fashion photography, with a selection of photos from throughout his career, including material from his films. Though Klein claims roots in territories as diverse as painting, road photography, the tabloids, and B movies, his fashion work has been known since the fifties and sixties and has been a constant in his career.
Description: In September 2002 the popular Russian conductor Valery Gergiev gave some master classes in Rotterdam to three young, and talented, but just starting colleagues. Under Gergiev's supervision the three aspiring conductors were asked to conduct the Rotterdam Youth Philharmonic Orchestra in a demanding programme of two works by Scriabin - "Poem of Ecstasy" and "Prometheus".
Description: A narrative constructed in the wishful-filmmaking, or “fanumentary”, genre. Rural girls artists unite via CR to help one another’s work and to showcase more women’s art publicly accessible in their community. A refreshing weave that combines animation, nature shots and live action into a storyline of actualization.
Description: A detail length, theatrical documentary on the life of Paul Gascoigne, one of the best footballers that ever lived: delving deep into his psyche, vulnerabilities, fears and triumphs.
Description: Generation Baby Buster is a documentary detail that explores why so many girls are just telling no to procreation. Armed with insight from those who write and think about the actual state of affairs for mothers, the director confronts her own ambivalence towards kids head on and offers up some baby food-for-thought to a fresh generation of women: the baby busters.
Description: In this film, outspokenly homosexual filmmaker Rosa von Praunheim has documented his encounters with mates in the Fresh York "underground" arts movement, the better-known of whom are William Burroughs (who tells nothing for the camera), Andy Warhol (seen in the distance) and Fernando Arrabal (who is interviewed in Spanish). The emigrants called in the game are notable Germans who left the country before Globe Fight II, such as Greta Keller and Grete Mosheim. Reviewers at the time of the film's release considered it to have been a sort of paid holiday for the filmmaker rather than a serious effort. (Clarke Fountain, Rovi)
Description: Tenei village is located in Fukushima prefecture's pretty surrounds. It is 70 kilometers away from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. When the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant failed in March 2011, radioactive particles fell and contaminated the rice fields. But the farmers couldn't just abandon their land as they live on the land and wanted to protect it for future generations. The farmers decided to pursue scientific ways to safe meal safety. They were on their own without Government assistance. This movie documents their determination and efforts in overcoming an environmental crisis that had never been experienced before.
Description: On 16 February 1983, Divine performs a seven-song set at the Hacienda Club in Manchester. His peroxide blond hair sticks in all directions; he's dressed in a skin-tight, short, off-one-shoulder, sparkling dress that he tells he got from the Queen, who wouldn't wear it. The set contains Gang Bang (the name-game song), Jungle Jezebel, Born To Be Cheap, Alphabet Rap, Native Love, Shake It Up, and, for an encore, Shoot Your Shot. The band, whom we never see, is techno-rock. Between songs, Divine chats up the audience, usually talking about sex.
Description: Part of a triptych of fashion movies edited from Erwin Blumenfeld's original footage by filmmaker Adam Mufti and sound designer Olivier Alary. This movie examines the idea of 'Abstraction & Distortion' in Blumenfeld's motion photo work.
Description: Bulletproof Movies investigates the risky globe of toxic environmental mold in the fresh documentary movie MOLDY. Produced by prominent biohacker, bestselling author, and Bulletproof Founder, Dave Asprey, and directed by Kee Kee Buckley and Eric Troyer, the movie uncovers the frightening truth about this growing health crisis far more risky than asbestos and lead paint, and exposes risks, explains the effects, and shares solutions for keeping our families strong.
Description: Pickup's Tricks is a beat documentary of Hibiscus and the Cockettes, who were pioneers of San Francisco’s underground queer theater in the early '70s. It is a multifarious blend of sexual anarchy; a raucous and unscripted mix of liberation and elation as rough and spirited as the lifestyle that created it. The movie profiles Hibiscus, founding member of the Cockettes, the psychedelic drag queens that performed midnight musicals at the Palace Theater in San Francisco. The movie contains a rare screen appearance of Allen Ginsberg, clean-shaven and costumed in "acute drag" as a Yiddishe Mama with a painted-on third eye. (pickupstricks.com)
Description: Tally Brown, Fresh York is a 1979 documentary movie directed, written and produced by Rosa von Praunheim. The movie is about the singing and acting career of Tally Brown, a classically trained opera and blues singer who was a star of underground movies in Fresh York Town and a denizen of its underworld in the late 1960s. In this documentary, Praunheim relies on extensive interviews with Brown, as she recounts her collaboration with Andy Warhol, Taylor Mead and others, as well as her friendships with Holly Woodlawn, and Divine. Brown opens the movie with a cover of David Bowie's "Heroes" and concludes with "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide." The movie captures not only Tally Brown’s career but also a particular Fresh York milieu in the 1970s. (Wikipedia)
Description: Shown only at the Universe of Energy attraction at EPCOT Center in Florida, Ellen DeGeneres plays herself as she goes on a fantasy tour with Billy Nye "The Science Guy" through time to learn the facts about energy in the globe as she prepares to face off vs an old rival of hers on TV's Jeporady which the subject is all about energy in the globe today.
Description: A searing acc of fight correspondent Michael Ware's seven years reporting in Iraq--an extraordinary adventure that takes him into the darkest recesses of the Iraq Fight and the human soul.
Description: In this short 20 minute black and white Belgian documentary, the director, Paul Haesaerts, visualised Pablo Picasso’s flow of imagination when the Spanish painter drew on huge glass plates in front of the camera – like a live present of a best artist in performing a several masterstrokes that outlines a dove, bull, flower, boy or girl and whatnot. (This technique of filming his painting from the another side of the glass plates precedes The Mystery of Picasso (1956), other popular documentary movie on Picasso). (via http://www.kubrickians.com/2012/07/08/visite-picasso-1949-paul-haesaert/)
Description: When Ted Turner entered his yacht Tenacious in the famed Fastnet Race in 1979, he did not need to prove himself. Turner already had the following on his résumé: founder of a tv network, owner of the Atlanta Hawks and Braves, and, most appropriate here, champion of the 1977 America’s Cup. Still, he loved to sail and loved to race with his team of carefully chosen mates. This race would prove to be like no another Turner had ever entered when a freak storm turned the Celtic Sea into chaos. When the winds stopped and the race was over, many of the 303 entrants hadn’t even complete and, tragically, 15 sailors had lost their lives. The victorious team of the Tenacious relive the voyage, of which Turner famously said: “I was more scared of losing than I was of dying.”
Description: Detail documentary about humor and the Holocaust, examining whether it is ever acceptable to test humor in connection with a tragedy of that scale, and the implications for another seemingly off-limits subject in a society that prizes gratis speech.
Description: Drama, from the Greek, to do, act, or perform. A composition in which a storyline is similar by means of dialogue and action and is represented with accompanying gesture, costume and scenery, as in true life, a play. The simplest story; a cow in a field, a day passes, articulated by a sequence of easy actions. Other day passes and the actions only vary with the possibility happenings that create one day various from any other. Between the days three traditional songs about work, love and death are sung. These are stories too, but of generalisation, metaphor and myth, whereas the cow's drama follows only the surface pattern of events, the specific.
Description: In 1994, filmmaker Bill Millios made a 30-minute documentary film, Killing Our Greatest Friends—The Crisis of Pet Overpopulation, to call attention to the staggering number of cats and dogs that were being place down in Fresh Hampshire animal shelters just to create room for another homeless animals. The movie contains interviews with folks who were working throughout the state to save the lives of these animals and discussed methods that should be done. "Absolutely wonderful - very well-done, informative and conveys an extremely necessary message about the responsibilities of pet ownership." WGOT-60, Manchester, NH.
Description: After filmmaker Bill Millios made his earlier film, Killing Our Greatest Friends, shelters and rescue groups in Fresh Hampshire made nice progress in their life-saving work. By 2000, Fresh Hampshire had become the first state in the nation to stop putting cats and dogs to death in its shelters just to create room for another animals who had become homeless. Bill made this movie to receive a better understanding of how that happened. It contains interviews with folks who helped create that progress and shows how folks throughout the country can do the same in their own community.
Description: Selections contain Kelley's Plasticon Pictures, the earliest extant 3-D demonstration movie from 1922 with wonderful footage of Washington and Fresh York City; Fresh Dimensions, the first domestic full color 3-D movie originally shown at the World’s Fair in 1940; Thrills for You, a promotional movie for the Pennsylvania Railroad; Stardust in Your Eyes, a hilarious standup routine by Slick Slavin; trailer for The Maze, with wonderful production design by William Cameron Menzies; Doom Town, a controversial anti-atomic playing movie mysteriously pulled from release; puppet cartoon The Journeys of Sam Space, presented in widescreen; I’ll Sell My Shirt, a burlesque comedy unseen in 3-D for over 60 years; Boo Moon, an perfect example of color stereoscopic animation…and more!
Description: In a Phnom Penh karaoke bar in 2009 Australian musician Julien Poulson hears the extraordinary voice of terrible village woman Srey Thy. The effect is tempestuous cross-cultural romance and the birth of The Cambodian Zone Project, a thrilling musical explosion that wows audiences worldwide with sounds from the 1960s and '70s golden age of Cambodian rock. Filmed over five years this intimate documentary says the storyline of performers whose struggle to overcome poverty, trauma and obscurity has never been easy.
Description: the documentary " Jaime Rodriguez : a wild horse without Fear " , which deals with the former Mayor of Garcia. In the film, lasting 85 mins , Families and Mates of Rodriguez relating their experiences with former mayor appear. Also , Rodriguez recounts the attacks he suffered Organized Crime During his tenure as mayor.
Description: A short movie produced between September and October of 1969, during the course of the Brazilian military dictatorship. It's authorship remained anonymous for a long time and the precariousness of the production was due because of its clandestinity. The movie is a collage of photos of famous repression, ruling power violence and its folks resistance around the world.
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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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