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Description: A storyline of soul searching, science, nature and creativity, InnSæi takes us on a global adventure to uncover the art of connecting within in today's globe of distraction and stress.
Description: Three-time globe winner driver Jackie Stewart will teach you the art and science of driving, including professional braking skills, proper acceleration techniques, quality cornering, driving finesse and smoothness and safe, expert maneuvering.
Description: The retirement film for adult movie actress Ai Uehara, directed by Katsuyuki Hirano. A large fanatic of Ai Uehara have to go on a 100-kilometer marathon to have sex with her.
Description: A fresh short movie by Vivian Ostrovsky remembering Chantal Akerman, beginning with their first meeting in the early 1970s. Using her own footage of Chantal Akerman, the filmmaker remembers a several moments that illustrate Chantal's personality. Forty years of friendship condensed into four minutes...
Description: Art, politics and motorcycles - on the opportunity of his 90th birthday John Berger or the Art of Looking is an intimate portrait of the writer and art critic whose ground-breaking work on seeing has shaped our understanding of the idea for over five decades. The movie explores how paintings become narratives and stories turn into images, and rarely does anybody demonstrate this as poignantly as Berger.
Description: Gray Matters explores the long, fascinating life and complicated career of architect and designer Eileen Gray, whose uncompromising vision defined and defied the practice of modernism in decoration, design and architecture. Making a reputation with her traditional lacquer work in the first decade of the 20th century, she became a critically acclaimed and sought after designer and decorator in the next before reinventing herself as an architect, a field in which she laboured largely in obscurity. Apart from the accolades that greeted her first building –persistently and perversely credited to her mentor–her pioneering work was done quietly, privately and to her own specifications. But she lived long enough (98) to be re-discovered and acclaimed. Today, with her work commanding extraordinary prices and attention, her legacy, like its creator, remains elusive, contested and compelling.
Description: A remarkable, one-of-a-kind movie from Egypt, Whose Country? has a mission of view that grows in complexity as it proceeds, alongside the shifting fortunes and affiliations of the Cairo policeman who is the film’s topics and guide. By his side, we witness the fall of Mubarak, the rise and fall of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, and the rise of Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. The lvl of craft in this movie is extraordinary, and so is the close attention that the director pays to his hard task: illuminating the compromised lives of the protagonist and his mates and the convulsive nation they call home.
Description: Internationally known graffiti artist, Banksy, left his tag on San Francisco in April 2010. Tiny did he know that this act of vandalism would spark a chain of happenings that contains one of his rats being removed from a wall, Museums ignorantly turning down a gratis Banksy road work, and a NY gallerist who has made it his business model to remove Banksy road works from all over the world doing whatever it takes to receive the rat in his possession.
Description: This project uses mixed reality convergence through which players can participate in some of the digital existing archive of Lynn Hershman Leeson, actually housed in the Unique Collections Library at Stanford University. Created in 2006, this project is one of the first artist archive projects in Second Life and has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art Montreal, ISEA and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Description: Exhibition on Screen's recent release celebrates the life and masterpieces of Hieronymus bosch brought together from around the globe to his hometown in the Netherlands as a one-off exhibition. With exclusive access to the gallery and the present this stunning movie explores this mysterious, curious, medieval painter who continues to inspire today's constructive geniuses. Over 420,000 folks flocked to the exhibition to marvel at Bosch's bizarre creations but now, audiences can play a front row seat at Bosch's extraordinary homecoming from the comfort of their own home anywhere in the world. Expert insights from curators and leading cultural critics discover the inspiration behind Bosch's strang and unsettling works. Close-up views of the curiosities let viewers to appreciate the feature of his paintings like never before. Bosch's legendary altarpieces, which have long been divided among museums, were brought back together for the exhibition and detail in the film.
Description: Folks have come to agree surveillance cameras as a part of daily life. But what happens when someone is carrying the surveillance camera instead? That’s the question raised by a series of online videos in which an unidentified boy takes a camera around Seattle and another parts of Washington state, walking up to folks and recording them for no apparent reason another than to create a point: How is what he’s doing various than those stationary surveillance cameras tucked away in buildings and public places?
Description: "The back salto crashed my life. Maybe I could do a front one?" The storyline of phenomenal Bulgarian weightlifter Angel Guenchev's Olympics rise and subsequent fall from grace. Refusing to submit to the fate of a petty criminal in the post-1989 turmoil, he begins from scratch in find of redemption.
Description: This short documentary is the portrait of an 88-year-old girl who lives alone in a log cabin without running water or electricity. Augusta is a non-status Shuswap Indian living in the Williams Lake zone of British Columbia. She recalls past times, but lives very much in the present. Self-sufficient, dedicated to her people, she spreads warmth wherever she moves, with her songs and her harmonica.
Description: Everyone has heard about bee declines, but with so much attention focused on domesticated honeybees, someone has to speak up for the 4,000 species of native bees in North America. Natural history photographer Clay Bolt is on a multi-year quest to say the stories of our native bees, and one elusive species – the Rusty-patched Bumble Bee – has become his white whale. Traveling from state to state in find of the Rusty-patched, he meets the scientists and conservationists working tirelessly to preserve it. Clay’s adventure finally brings him to Wisconsin, where he comes face to face with his quarry and discovers an respond to the question that has been nagging him: why save a species?
Description: Written and produced by his sister Julie Adenuga, the movie chronicles the grime MC’s life during the run-up to his heavy present at London’s Alexandra Palace. Artists such as Pharrell Williams and DJ Semtex were tapped for interviews, along with his brother, JME and mother Ify Adenuga.
Description: Documentary that highlights 18 girls and covers a period of time from the 50's to the 90's. The girls selected were chosen because they represent the true diversity within both feminism and independent movie and video. They range in age from 65 to 25. They are black, white, Puerto Rican, Yugoslavian, Asian American, biracial. They are straight, gay and bisexual. What they share is a need to express their own interpretations of what American culture is and should be and a belief that this work is made particularly strong through the media.
Description: "‘F1: How it was’ is a thrilling, action-packed, insightful documentary into some of the sport’s finest races, despite the lack of budget or theme, Duke Video deliver on providing fanatics with an entertaining documentary that would create the excellent gift this Christmas." - Joshua Suttill, www.readmotorsport.com
Description: A storyline about friendship, independence and the making of a record. Silversun Pickups deconstruct the making of their recent record “Better Nature” while starting their own record label.
Description: In The Street to Terror, revolutionaries say how their dream descended into a nightmare of terror and execution. They speak as exiles in Paris, a town that is preparing to celebrate the glories of the first mass revolution of 1978. Behind its strange images, the struggle for power in the Iranian revolution has followed a pattern uncannily related to many of the nice revolutions of the past: just as 200 years ago in France, the Iranian revolution has gone down the old street from liberation to repression, the street to terror.
Description: Documentary on the trouble of the test of weapons in the hands of civilians. The central storyline is that of the Marcenac family, that after their son Alfredo was murdered by "El tirador de Belgrano", they initiate a war to create sure guns are not in the hands of civilians without the indicated controls.
Description: From 1957 —the year in which the Soviets place the Sputnik 1 satellite into orbit— to 1969 —when American astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the surface of the moon—, the beginnings of the zone conquest were depicted in famous culture: cinema, television, comics and literature of the time include numerous references to an imagined future.
Description: Philomena Cunk is on a festive point to track down the real meaning of Christmas, and search out exactly what it wants. It's an insightful documentary which takes her on a adventure from pagan winter festivals and the nativity story, via 'Sir Charles Dickings', all the method up to today's obsession with Santa. Along the method Philomena will be grilling a tons of experts, trying to expose the truth about Christmas, such as why folks still place up with 'brussels sprouts'.
Description: Kintaro Walks Japan is a documentary movie produced and directed by Tyler MacNiven. It is an acc of MacNiven's adventure walking and backpacking the whole length of Japan from Kyūshū to Hokkaidō, more than 2000 miles in 145 days.
Description: The shooting diary of a movie shot in France and in the United States. Using images of Paris and of Fresh York City, excerpts of his former films, statements by mates of his and shooting sequences of the movie itself, tormented filmmaker Marcel Hanoun has made a heterogeneous and unclassifiable movie about the difficulty of filming.
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