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Description: This documentary follows a company over two years as they attempt to make a totally functioning sex robot. It also meets a boy who can't wait to own one and explores the moral problems they raise.
Description: An experimental animated documentary based on an anonymous interview with a US Units veteran who served in Afghanistan. The interview deals with the traumatic experiences of fight and the difficulties of returning to civilian life—both through what is recounted, and in the gaps of what can never be said. The imprecise and fragmentary animation style incorporates drawn and stop motion animation shot on a very tiny “macro” scale (16 mm X 9 mm).
Description: This fresh evangelistic movie epic, specially produced for this Gospel witness at the Fair, undertakes to describe mans additional or "fifth" dimension -- the life of the human spirit. In swift sequence the giant galaxies, small microscopic organisms, saints and savants of history, cultures and civilizations of the heroic past are summoned to bear testimony to the Glory of God and the spiritual nature of man. Then the storyline narrows down to one solitary individual, Jesus Christ, the Carpenter of Nazareth, and the result of this Boy upon the world. The movie closes on a highly private note as Mr. Graham invites viewers to obtain Christ as Savior and Lord.
Description: The concept of suspension is evoked on shifting registers – as levitation, cessation, preservation, and suspense – and located in websites whose identities slip as we track through a zone within a space.
Description: In help of experiences that are essentially common, but to which language does not easy adhere, the video passes through territories that are both themselves, and stand-ins for others. The game is taken from Aleister Crowley’s 1918 translation of the "Tao Te Ching."
Description: A flicker movie made with photos taken in Malawi. FF was in response to an assignment given by artists Melissa Dubbin and Aaron Davidson who created the soundtrack to which they invited artists to create a “Future Film”.
Description: Chinese movie school students and the professors from the Greater China Region gathered together at Hong Kong Baptist University to discuss the many serious movie problems in the region.
Description: This documentary follows four female First Nations artists—Doreen Jensen, Rena Mission Bolton, Jane Ash Poitras and Joane Cardinal-Schubert are First Nations artists who seek to search a continuum from traditional to contemporary forms of expression. These exceptional artists reveal their philosophies as artists, their techniques and constructive styles, and the exaltation they feel when they create. A moving testimony to the role that Indigenous girls artists have played in maintaining the voice of their culture.
Description: From 2015 to 2017, Lynne Sachs visited with Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Hammer and Gunvor Nelson, three multi-faceted artists who have embraced the moving photo throughout their lives.
Description: Australien Skies2: Contact Of Interest is the second movie in the critically acclaimed "Australien Skies" UFO series from documentary filmmaker Don Meers. In “Contact Of Interest” we accompany Don as he returns to Kiama in Fresh South Wales to visit UFO contactee Liam Freaney, who appeared in the first Australien Skies film. With a collection of UFO footage, black helicopters and claims of government conspiracy, Liam’s appearance in the first movie caused a nice deal of excitement and controversy. However, as Don discovers, not all is well with Liam. In the time that has passed, his experiences have taken a decidedly darker turn. Contact Of Interest asks the question “Is capturing a video of a UFO the end of peoples experiences or should it be only the beginning into the far broader landscapes of this phenomenon"
Description: Parking Infringement Information System or Pricks In Nerdy Suits, take your pick - as two explanations for the acronym of the title. Nevertheless P.I.N.S. is a documentary that profiles three Melbourne parking inspectors. The camera goes deep into the private lives of Warwick, Paul and Rob capturing both the violent abuse they cop in the course of their rounds, as well as the turmoil of their after-hours existence. The three emerge as a trio of oddballs, every eccentric in their own unique way.
Description: A several years back, Manhattan couple Jim Glaub and Dylan Parker inexplicably began receiving children’s letters to Santa Claus at their Chelsea apartment. In 2010, what had been a trickle turned into a tide, with Glaub and Parker receiving more than 400 letters—many from kids who pleaded with Santa to give them the Christmas their parents couldn’t afford. Filmmaker Sarah Klein (co-founder of the production house Redglass Pictures with Tom Mason) found out about the letters, and followed Glaub and Parker’s efforts to turn a freak occurrence into an occasion to spread vacation cheer.
Description: LGBT Elders often age alone, without financial stability and at times search themselves returning to the closet. These problems are all but ignored by the government so the LGBT Community is finding methods to resolve these issues on their own. Ten More Nice Years sheds light on the problems and offers hope for the future could we decide as a community to embrace everyone regardless of age.
Description: Retired actor Lars-Gunnar Persson spends his days with his neighbor's dog, sharing memories of failed relationships and questioning what life might have been. It's a friendship that suits Lars-Gunnar because the dog, Zeb, is an perfect listener.
Description: In 1977, a ebook of photographs captured an awakening - girls shedding the cultural restrictions of their childhoods and embracing their full humanity. FEMINISTS: WHAT WERE THEY THINKING? revisits those photos, those girls and those times and takes aim at our culture today that alarmingly shows the need for continued change.
Description: Dodging Raindrops – A Separate Reality is an episodic experimental film, in which documentary and staged scenes intertwine in a mythic-apocalyptic narrative. The movie starts in Los Angeles und retraces the field trips into the Southwest assumed to have been taken by the controversial anthropologist Carlos Castaneda, a founder of the Fresh Age movement. Taking up the anthropological idea of othering, the movie casts its topics as others inhabiting other side, other reality and other opposite. In doing so, Dodging Raindrops – A Separate Reality weaves a web of ostensible truths and untruths, of legends and utopias, of historic incidents and visions.
Description: In the summer of 2001, under the Native American Graves Security and Repatriation Act, a totem pole in the Peabody Museum at Harvard University was returned to its original owners' ancestors, a Tlingit community in Southeast Alaska. The adventure of the pole began a hundred years ago when it was removed by the Harriman Expedition from the deserted village of Gash at Cape Fox. The totem pole makes its method from Cambridge, Massachusetts to Ketchikan, Alaska, where the Cape Fox community holds a ceremony to welcome home artifacts taken by the Expedition.
Description: This documentary depicts the life of few kid road performers in a contemporary Chinese city. These kids had been wandering the country as road performers for four years and are virtual "untouchables" to most Chinese. The camera follows them in their everyday rounds through the streets, performing acrobatic tricks and begging. It captures their everyday struggles for survival and their dream to return home and go to school, and looks at how these kids face the challenges of a harsh environment with inner strength. Through this tool we have a window on a tiny known aspect of Chinese society today and the realities facing so many of the world's children.
Description: La Mu lives beyond the strictures of mainstream Chinese society. She is part of the Mosuo, an ethnic minority that has a matriarchal society, one of the last in the world.
Description: This documentary looks at women's attitudes towards beauty and sexuality in contemporary China. By focusing on women's perceptions of their bodies, the video depicts the tremendous changes that have occurred in the lives of Chinese girls in the past one hundred years. Upon visiting her hometown, Chengdu, in southwest China in the summer of 1995, the filmmaker was fascinated by the rapid growth of the beauty industry in the town and the abundance of sexual photos on public display. She visited different beauty salons, glamour image studios, dance communities and "sexual hygiene" shops, and interviewed different women, and boys on what they thought of love, sex and marriage. Combined with colourful fresh photos of China, this video presents women's honest voices speaking of what they wish to be. It examines the changing meaning of being a girl in today's China and poses the question: To what extent are these changes contributing to the empowerment of women?
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