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Description: Each five years in a remote village in Southern Nepal, a ritual takes place. Folks by their millions come to worship at the feet of a stone goddess. They all have made this astounding trek leaving everything behind because they trust she answered their prayers. They do what they really came here for, they offer her a gift in thanks. what they offer in sacrifice are animals, goats, buffalo, rooster some as old as several months old. this is a movie about how need and desire drive the human spirit, it's about what we, as a folks are willing to do to gain a sense of peace and freedom and about the price paid for such joy.
Description: For seven years Aly Muritiba worked in a prison in Brazil. There, he was part of the Alpha team. After studying movie and making some shorts, Aly returns to his old job to be reunited with his former colleagues and create a movie about the Alpha Team. The Squad consists of 28 people, boys and girls of various origins and backgrounds, that work as caretakers and custodians for over a thousand criminals in a Brazilian prison. Walkiu becomes the leader of the squad and hopes to do a nice job. But as time goes by he realizes that his hands are tied.
Description: Based on the best-selling ebook by Ambassador Yehuda Avner, The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers takes the audience inside the offices of Israel's Prime Ministers through the eyes of an insider, Yehuda Avner, who served as a chief aide, English language note-taker and speechwriter to Levi Eshkol, Golda Meir, Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin, and Shimon Peres. The first of two parts, The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers focuses on Ambassador Avner's years working with Prime Ministers Levi Eshkol and Golda Meir and then US Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin and reveals fresh features about the Six-Day War, the development of Israel's close strategic relationship with the United States, the war vs terrorism, the Yom Kippur Fight and its aftermath.
Description: The historical saga of American superheroes. Born in the period between the Nice Depression and the Globe Fight II to combat the hobgoblins of the modern world, these mutant human beings with superhuman powers colonized the funny papers, radio dramas, tv and films, to become a truly national industry in the United States: they gave expression to the fears and obsessions of the twentieth century and bolstered American ideals.
Description: Erwin Romulo, the late Alexis Tioseco’s greatest friend, recalls the happenings after the critic and his girlfriend’s untimely death in their home in Quezon City. Diaz makes test of one long take to let Romulo an uninterrupted narration of the events. The pain of recalling is palpable.
Description: The movie reveals a number of the Amway corporation’s secrets (including obvious violations of Polish law). To prevent these seeing the light of day, Amway obtained a court ban on the film, preventing its release. Director Henryk Dederko and producer Jacek Gwizdała were sued by Amway few times on different counts. This was the first situation of preventive censorship in the history of Polish cinema after 1989. The defendants were cleared of disseminating untrue information. This acquittal did not enable the ban on the movie to be revoked; the court ban on its release remained in force for 12 years.
Description: Five activists decide to break into Swedish arms factories to disarm weapons. Sweden is one of the largest exporters of arms in the globe today. The year 2011, weapons were shipped out for a total sum of 13.9 billion SEK. Among these importers you will search countries that are already in fight or violate human rights. The activists quit their jobs, leave their homes and receive ready to war for their belief. If they succeed they are not only risking being sent to prison but also getting large damages.
Description: With unprecedented access to the UN Department of Peacekeeping, The Peacekeepers provides an intimate and dramatic portrait of the struggle to save "a failed state" The movie follows the determined and often desperate maneuvers to avert other Rwandan disaster, this time in the Democratic Republic of Congo (the DRC). Focusing on the UN mission, the movie cuts back and forth between the UN headquarters in Fresh York and happenings on the ground in the DRC. We are with the peacekeepers in the "Crisis Room" as they balance the risk of loss of life on the ground with the enormous sums of cash needed from uncertain donor countries. We are with UN units as the northeast Congo erupts and the future of the DRC, if not all of central Africa, hangs in the balance. In the background, but often impinging on peacekeeping decisions, are the painful memory of Rwanda, the worsening crisis in Iraq, global terrorism, and American hegemony in globe affairs.
Description: What a season! Records tumbled, fresh men rocked the establishment and a 22-year old British rookie wrote his name into the history ebooks by almost becoming the first ever driver to victory the Formula 1 Drivers’ Globe Championship in his debut season! How about watch it all over again and hold that terrific F1 season treasured at home?
Description: Says the shocking and wonderful storyline of Herman Wallace, Albert Woodfox and Robert King, three black boys from rural Louisiana who were held in solitary confinement in the largest prison in the U.S., an 18,000-acre former slave plantation known as Angola.
Description: Fresh York in the Fifties is the storyline of a special time and place, when Fresh York was the hotbed of fresh artistic expressions, gratis love, drinking, hot jazz, and radical politics. The movie combines stunning archival footage of Fresh York with interviews and footage of icons of the day-Kerouac, Ginsberg, Baldwin, Mailer, Basie, etc. Offering modern day perspective and reminiscences are writers, actors, and artists such as Joan Didion, Robert Redford, Nat Hentoff, Gay and Nan Talese, John Gregory Dunne, William F. Buckley, and Calvin Trillin-all part of the rich cultural and artistic stage of the time. Based on the best-selling ebook by Dan Wakefield, the movie also traces Wakefield's restless rebellion in conformist Indianapolis, and his escape to Fresh York with dreams of writin ga novel, falling in love, meeting like-minded souls and questioning the meaning of life.
Description: Dutch composer Simeon ten Holt achieved worldwide renown in 1979, when his work for four pianos Canto Ostinato was first performed. Although some melody experts viewed it with disdain - it broke with prevailing notions of serialism and tonality - the piece was a large hit in the contemporary classical melody world. In the years since, numerous musicians have released their recordings of Canto, and it is still being performed around the world. Director Ramon Gieling interviewed a huge number of folks about the sometimes far-reaching impact this composition has had on their lives. One interviewee says of how Canto was the soundtrack to the birth of her son; other has a section of the score tattooed on his arm. Gieling seeks to unravel the mystery of the universal power of music, and his blend of documentary footage, fiction, essays and archive material produces a multifaceted response to the question of just what it is about this piece that touches folks so deeply.
Description: Movie maker Dennis O'Rourke documents the day to day life of Aoi, a Thai prostitute through interviews with her and her family as well as taking us through some of the tourist frequented bars and night clubs.
Description: To celebrate the release of The Hobbit, two King of the Rings super-fans, Kerry Shawcross and Chris Demarais, attempt to walk over 120 miles across Fresh Zealand from the filming zone of Hobbiton to the true life Mount Doom in only six days.
Description: ‘Breaking News’ is a documentary about Police misbehaviour. It investigates how Police are arresting journalists in order to prevent reports about misbehaviour and set gratis without charge when their deadlines have passed.
Description: In Justiça, Maria Ramos puts a camera where many Brazilians have never been - a criminal courtroom in Rio de Janeiro, following the everyday routine of few characters. There are those that work there each day (public attorneys, judges, and prosecutors) and those that are merely passing through (the accused). The camera is used as an instrument that sees the social theatre, the structures of power - that is to say, what is, in general, invisible to us. The corridors of the Courts of Justice, the design and layout of the courtroom, the discourse, the codes, postures - all the tiny visual features and sounds become relevant.
Description: Show day: a tiny village somewhere in rural Serbia. Reports on the upcoming parliamentary elections drone from the radio while a local traffic policeman tries to teach his old grandmother how to test a android phone. Glimpses of this old lady, who lives a lonely life on a remote farm, become the red thread running through the movie with its snapshot-like portraits of daily life in the small community. There’s the grocer’s store the boys visit to talk about cash and politics. Or the postman who delivers on his moped the ballot papers for the forthcoming elections. The policeman who stops vehicles as he fancies. The school with a handful of kids in the overlarge classroom. The pub in which something approaching merriment occasionally arises. And the recurrent visits to the old peasant woman: Her matter-of-fact inventory of aches and pains delivered to the local doctor, her worries about increasing thievery confided in the village priest.
Description: Pollet provides an insight into life on the leper colony of Spinalonga, an island off Crete, through the eyes of Raimondakis, who says the storyline of his life to the camera after having been excluded from his community to spend years of his life on the island with his fellow sufferers. Themes addressed contain love, community, companionship and death and the importance of these values to all folks whatever their state of health.
Description: Handmade utopias - a filmic find for the worldwide phenomenon of the micronation movement. Do-it-yourself states that have distanced themselves from the economic and political mainstreaming of globalization. A street film covering land, water and the wildest realms of the imagination. Simultaneously constructive documentary and pulsating cultural portrait, the movie traces a fresh "unplugged" generation - their motives, their anxieties and their dreams.
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