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Description: The name Elvis Presley evokes a lot of memories: the music, the hips, the hair, the screaming fans. But one thing about “The Lord of Rock and Roll” that several commoners saw was his passion for racquetball. In this 30 for 30 Short laced with animation and interviews, viewers will learn why the legendary entertainer got involved in the sport, how he almost rescued it with a chain of Presley’s Center Courts and what the elaborate court he had built at Graceland looked like. “The King” died on August 16, 1977, but perhaps he died happy. He had been testing racquetball that morning.
Description: The lasting legacy of the 1970 Kentucky Derby has nothing to do with the winner, Dust Commander. Its real impact came from the assignment that Scanlan’s magazine gave to a 32-year-old writer from Louisville called Hunter S. Thompson. Director Michael D. Ratner revisits that storyline in this 30 for 30 Short, talking with the late journalist’s editors and mates and the actor who tried to revive what is known as “gonzo journalism,” Sean Penn. The piece that Thompson turned in—fantastical, riotous and, by the way, late—opened so many eyes that “gonzo journalism” became an art form. As Thompson’s partner in crime, illustrator Ralph Steadman, says, “We were the face of the crowd we’d gone there to find.”
Description: In Japanese, Haru Urara means “Glorious Spring.” But as this 30 for 30 Short, directed by Mickey Duzyj, makes delightfully clear, the name means a nice deal more to the Japanese people. Haru Urara was a thoroughbred mare who never won a race. She first came to the public’s attention after her 88th straight loss at troubled Kochi Racetrack, then picked up more and more supporters with every defeat. With her pink Hello Kitty patches, she became a symbol of hope in Japan. And though she never did win, Haru Urara did accomplish something greater: she saved the racetrack.
Description: You won’t search the name Patrick Q.F. Barr on any leaderboard. But he is a golfer worth knowing nonetheless. His course is lower Manhattan, his clubs are borrowed and his balls are… well, they’re milk cartons stuffed with newspapers. In this 30 for 30 Short directed by Christopher Andre’ Marks, you’ll hear the storyline of “Tiger Hood” in his own words—about how golf saved him from despair and helped folks recognize his another talent, photography. Truer words were never spoken than when Patrick says, “Don’t cry over spilled milk.”
Description: He played in a record 1,192 consecutive NBA games. As a power forward for the Los Angeles Lakers, he won two NBA championships. But what made A.C. Green even more distinctive was the courage of his convictions. As this ESPN 30 for 30 Short points out, Green was a devout Christian who tells he maintained his virginity throughout his 16 years in the NBA, nine of them spent in the tempting, hedonistic atmosphere of LA. That didn’t stop him from being a fierce, passionate competitor on the court. It just meant that he was someone who, as teammate James Worthy says, “could stay powerful and not be broken.” It was only after he retired after the 2000-01 season that Green got married.
Description: Aimed to educate the people, and especially those who lived in the most vulnerable areas, about necessary security measures to be taken before, during, and after a storm. The movie takes a decidedly modern, scientific approach in its discussion of hurricanes, and it goes to nice lengths to dispel famous lore that many of the island’s under-educated inhabitants still relied on for weather predictions.
Description: How might your life be better with less? The famous simple-living duo The Minimalists examines the many flavors of minimalism by taking the audience inside the lives of minimalists from different walks of life.
Description: Towards the end of 2015, James Benning made one of his occasional expeditions to Utah, to the zone where Robert Smithson's colossal land-sculpture Spiral Jetty (1970) extends out into the Nice Salt Lake. The water-level was low, leaving the vast bulk of the Jetty exposed in the crisp air. His movie measuring change captures two thirty-minute periods of that particular day, in the unblinking, unmoving takes that have become his trademark––beginning at 8:57am and 3:12pm respectively. A belated digital companion piece to his 16mm masterpiece casting a glance (2007), this fresh movie hypnotically contemplates Smithson's art-work in relation to its wider environment and to the humans who walk on and around its gargantuan coils.
Description: The game of this Canadian documentary may have some relation to Canadian Marshall McLuhan's theories. It combines interview with popular U.S. militants of the '60s, such as Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman, with reenactments of their Chicago trials (i.e., the "Chicago Eight," etc.). Another figures of cultural interest from the time, including Alan Ginsberg and Buckminster Fuller, are interviewed or featured. The filmmaker indicates his belief that strong forces in the U.S. government worked together to suppress American radicals. This view, widely disbelieved at the time, has since been confirmed.
Description: Legendary American asocial backwoods inventor Joseph Newman hap's onto a brilliant discovery that ends the need for oil gas and nuclear dependency as we know it, but spends most of his life fighting conspiracy and Washington DC for a patent.
Description: This documentary was produced to educate the community about medical care. The storyline revolves around the sickness of Dona Julia’s daughter Maria. After a terrible experience at the local hospital, she seeks cures through non-traditional medical care. When the potions that she administers fail to cure her daughter, she is persuaded to return the woman to the hospital where she is properly diagnosed and cured.
Description: Between September 2012 and May 2013, France is debating the upcoming marriage equality laws. During those nine months, sociologist Irène Théry talks about what is at stake with her son Mathias Théry, who will create a film with Étienne Chaillou out of those hours of conversations. It is a documentary about the social debate in France, but also about family and intimacy.
Description: Four dancers from Israel, Spain and Italy decide to take part in a cultural project and investigate the stories of some refugees from Pakistan living in camps outside Berlin. A reflection about the chance of the body to say stories, deleting social and ethnic distinctions, and connecting folks from various groups.
Description: What will World look like in 250 million years? With a squad of scientists, National Geographic investigates the dynamic process of Colliding Continents, by examining the forces deep below the Earth's surface that are constantly reshaping our world. These strong forces rip vast land masses apart and send them smashing into one other - causing natural disasters, such as tsunamis and earthquakes, and creating awe-inspiring landscapes, like mountains and canyons.
Description: Breaking away from convention, this family went on a five year adventure to search a fresh perspective on life. Their life with tribal communities around the globe has led to a thought-provoking cinematic experience of ancient, earthly wisdom.
Description: An unknown South Carolina candidate inexplicably wins his U.S. Senate basic in a landslide, despite never having campaigned. Filmmaker Jason Grant Smith sets out on a private odyssey to expose the loopholes and pitfalls of our electoral system. On the way, he opens a Pandora's box of questions about America's voting process.
Description: Three young commuter cyclists set out to bicycle from San Francisco to Orlando, interviewing ruin victims, urban planners, activists and law enforcement to investigate what makes the U.S the most risky developed country for cyclists. Shot on location, the trio travel to every interview by bicycle, with cameras, tripods and microphones strapped to their front-racks. Carrying the stories of fellow cyclists killed on American roads, SPOKE is an adventure-tale that looks to empower players of the humble bicycle.
Description: The doc brings us back to a 1961 football minigame played in front of 40,000 folks at the Orange Bowl. A high school football game, pitting Miami High vs their rivals from Edison High. The game refers to the coaches of each, and the movie follows them separately, with their true families and their guild of players, in the days leading up to the large event. And then at last it astonishingly chronicles the minigame from all kinds of angles you wouldn’t expect from even the newly android softwares of the Drew crew. Today’s tv coverage doesn’t come nearly as close to capturing the spirit of the sport and its fanatics the method Lipscomb does here. (Nothing But the Doc)
Description: The lives of Luhli and Lucina, two especially necessary artists in the alternative cultural stage during the 1970s. In a time when transgression, love and peace guided behavior, we explore the love of two girls for art, their spiritual universe, their lives in community and their three-way relationship with photographer Luiz Fernando Borges da Fonseca.
Description: In this avant-garde exercise in self-reflection, director Joseph Morder reminisces about his youth in Guayaquil, Ecuador, where his Jewish parents settled after they left Poland. The heat of August in Paris brings forth memories and at the same time the adult Morder is involved in a love affair. There are no scenes from Ecuador here, and none of the photos in the movie are used to carry the narration; instead they vaguely illustrate what Morder happens to be telling at the moment.
Description: Four Swedish families, totaling 19 people, celebrated Christmas on the paradise beach in Khao Lak, 2004. At 10:45 on Boxing Day was only three adults and two kids still alive. After the tsunami: how was it possible to live on - when all that is worth living for was gone? We receive the surprising respond ten years soon - in a gripping tale of deep friendship, love and the nice in life.
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