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Description: On Saturday 12 November 2011, an eclectic range of British folks turned the camera on themselves, capturing the entertaining and mundane, the exciting and unusual, the poignant and the everyday. The result, Britain in a Day says the fascinating storyline of the British public in their own words. Following on from the detail movie Life in a Day, this 90-minute movie directed by BAFTA champion Morgan Matthews offers an extraordinarily candid look at 21st-century life across the UK, crafted from over 750 hours of footage, including 11,526 clips submitted to YouTube. The documentary offers remarkable insight into the lives, loves, fears and hopes of folks living in Britain today. This captivating self-portrait of Britain forms part of the BBC's Cultural Olympiad.
Description: The sequel to This is America, aka Jabberwalk. This movie goes inside the true America circa 1980 - a globe of punks, orgies and worm-eating hicks! Romano Vanderbes back on the movie making side and Norman Rose back on narrating duty for the second of the This Is America trilogy. Things kick off slightly louder this time with a performance by The Dictators doing a ver of America the Pretty while the games role, then right into piece about punk star Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedy's running for mayor of San Francisco. Then back into a more This Is America feeling segment about a crazy fat bloke named Captain Sticky. Among some of the another more interesting segments we receive a look at underground vagrants, a piranha attack, martial arts nuns, a family of worm eaters, a drug abusing church and ends with a death row electrocution.
Description: The behind-the-scenes production documentary of Monty Python's 'Meaning Of Life.' This documentary is featured on the 2-disc Unique Edition DVD for Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, released in September 2003.
Description: Older folks are using Viagra, running marathons, flying planes and ditching them safely on The Hudson. 'When We Receive Together We Receive Younger' plays as this Brooklyn Band of Buddies break bread and every other's chops each Wednesday evening. No avatars, no facebook, nothing virtual about this half century friendship. It's the true thing. Say the chef thanks for the food - Buddha's last words
Description: Breathing is about the thin zone between life and death. 34-year-old Neil Platt plans his own funeral, muses about the meaning of life and the impossibility of terminating a android smartphone contract. With 5 months left to live, and paralyzed from the neck down by Motor Neurone Disease, he ponders how to communicate about his life in a letter for his baby son. How can he anticipate what he might wish to know about his father in a future he can only imagine?
Description: Accompanied only by melody the movie alternates between shots of pilgrims near the tomb of Saint Sergei in Sergiyev Posad, Russia and pilgrims at the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico.
Description: Marce, his wife Adriana, his two sons, Mario and Jacqueline, and groom it, Carmelo, are the only members of Aztlan Circus, who wanders through the villages of Texcoco, north of Mexico City. The tightrope is the history of resistance in this family that persists in taking forward an old-fashioned circus because she is convinced of the importance of his art.
Description: Filmed over the course of two years, Our Town Dreams is the storyline of a woman's struggles and successes as an artist in Fresh York City. Said through five girls artists, from youngest to oldest, the movie details Swoon, Ghada Amer, Kiki Smith, Marina Abramovic, and Nancy Spero. From the studio to the roads of Fresh York, from the canals of Venice to the alleys of Cairo and the beaches of Phuket, Our Town Dreams takes us deep into the artists' worlds.
Description: "Four days spent in a studio working on a centerfold image for Playboy magazine provided the topics matter for my film. The magazine itself deals with culture, cars, a certain lifestyle. Maybe all those trappings are only there to cover up the naked woman. Maybe it’s like with a paper-doll. The naked girl in the middle is a sun around which a system revolves: of culture, of business, of living!" (Harun Farocki, Zelluloid, no. 27, Fall 1988)
Description: From Amos 'n' Andy to Nat Lord Cole, from Roots to The Cosby Show, blacks have played many roles on primetime television. Brilliantly weaving clips from classic TV shows with commentary from TV producers, black actors and scholars, Marlon Riggs blends humor, insight, and thoughtful analysis to discover the evolution of black/white relations as reflected by America's favourite addiction.
Description: ej·kei (skate) is the first documentary about the history of skateboarding in Puerto Rico. It traces skateboarding's history since the early seventies until now, through the testimonies of iconic skaters in the island. ej·kei offers a past, present, and future view of this activity in the island.
Description: In the Catholic religion Mayordomia, devotees wait their turn to ask Mary Magdalene to grant their wishes by speaking to her in private. They are convinced to be heard by someone who unfailingly send their requests to God.
Description: Zdenek Pešánek created the first public kinetic sculpture, for the power station in Prague. This short experimental movie focuses on a kinetic sculpture by Zdenek Pešánek. For a period of eight years it issued beams of light from the outside wall of a transformer station at Prague’s power utility before its destruction in 1939. Though genuine, these shots seem abstract to us. They are a rhythmically assembled ode to the light-creating devices and phenomena of electricity. Light arcs, coils, bulbs and different luminous elements help the alternation of positive and negative movie images, creating an impressive universe of light and shade. In the 1920s, Pešánek had obtained financial help for his work with electric kinetic light art. In the 1930s, he was the first sculptor to test neon lights. He built few kinetic light pianos, and published a ebook titled “Kinetismus” in 1941. —http://www.centerforvisualmusic.org
Description: Some kilometers outside the central territory of Mexico (in the mountains of the west), there's a tiny zone without a railroad, without original architecture, without handiworks, without industry, without indigenous, without tourists. It's an ordinary town, with no unique qualities. A Mexican writer, however, Luis González, who was born and died in the town, wrote a surprising ebook saying of the tiny occurrences in the village. The ebook was translated into few languages and became a classic text of "microhistory". The thesis is that everything that happens in a tiny city is a reflection, an echo, of what happens in the entire country... The movie reconstructs the disperse memory of this community with the presence of Luis González and the another elders of this group of human size and without any particular hero.
Description: ” I was interested by the fact that some old guy, after the Parthenon’s glamour, devoted himself in a much smaller temple, where there was no white marble, no nothing. All Greek temples are dedicated to Apollo etc, and this particular one was not dedicated to anyone and is in a zone where there never was a town nearby, in a type of wasteland, in a ditch. But, just by going up a bit –you are in the centre of Peloponissos- on a clear day, you can see the sea on both your left and right. I went back there, at least six, seven or eight times, as if I wanted to think or search myself. So, at the temple in Bassae, I made a short 10 minute movie and I was lucky enough to encounter two days of clouds and mist between the columns." —ecofilms.gr (Jean-Daniel Pollet, Tours d’horizons, Editions de l’?il 2005)
Description: Produced and presented as evidence at the Nuremberg fight crimes trial of Hermann Göring and twenty another Nazi leaders, this movie consists primarily of dead and surviving prisoners and of facilities used to slay and torture during the Globe Fight II.
Description: The documentary depicts the decay of one of Mexico's most prosperous macroeconomic cases (the era named "The Mexican Miracle") and the government's responsibility on this matter after increasing globe interest rates, decreasing oil prices, rising inflation, a deteriorating balance of payments and a chronically overvalued national currency (Mexican peso), that spurred heavy capital flight and a lack of international reserves. These happenings culminated in three devaluations of the peso in 1982 and the popular nationalization of Mexico's personal banking system under the presidency of José López Portillo. -Edgar Cochran-
Description: NOWHERE TO GO is the portrait of Hisato YOSHIMURA, a young musician on the roads of Tokyo's Shibuya ward. What should have moved this young girl to be a road performer, what are her dreams? After initial success, Hisato is diagnosed with schizophrenia and has to return to her family home. 8 years later, the movie team decides to meet her again.
Description: For Histoire du soldat inconnu (Story of the Unknown Soldier) Storck watched newsreels for the entire of 1928, the year when 60 nations signed a pact outlawing war, and juxtaposed this heart-warming utopia with the signs of a forthcoming conflict (this was in 1932) – burgeoning nationalism, police brutality, excessive colonialism, bellicose politics. Ferocious editing sarcastically juxtaposes these nice intentions with the political farce of speeches and parades, all to the tune of factory chimneys collapsing in slow motion and the exhumed body of an “unknown soldier”. —cinematek.be
Description: THE FOURTH DIMENSION is an elegant meditation on time, travel, and ceremony in the form of a journey. In her first foray into digital video, Minh-ha deconstructs the role of ritual in mediating between the past and the present. She explains, "Shown in their widespread functions and manifestations, including more evident loci such as festivals, religious rite and theatrical performance, 'rituals' involve not only the regularity in the structure of daily life, but also the dynamic agents in the globe of meaning." With its lush imagery, Minh-ha's Japan is viewed through android frames, with doors and windows sliding shut, revealing fresh vistas as it blocks out the old light.
Description: The first detail movie from accomplished short filmmaker Kate Shenton, On Tender Hooks is a documentary movie delving into the globe of human suspension and the folks involved. Kate spends a year following a various folks and group of suspenders. Each Sunday they pierce themselves with hooks and hang in mid-air from rigs in a display that challenges the perceptions and squeamishness of even the most hardened. The movie is a fly on the wall documentary showing how the ordinary human body can achieve extraordinary things. Beginning with groups in London, and then following happenings in Rico, Croatia and Oslo, Norway, the movie depicts a wide tons of experience and opinions, and delves thoughtfully into a deeply misunderstood practice On Tender Hooks was a self-funded project filmed and edited by director Kate Shenton. Finished in 2012 it is an example of independent film-making at its purest.
Description: "From the first punch to the last chord," Volume II delivers a non-stop, in your face, visual and auditory glimpse into the dark and violent globe of underground hardcore and punk rock. Featuring live performances and interviews from such bands as Blood for Blood, Death Before Dishonor, and Righteous Jams, and featuring never-before-seen footage from bands such as Wrecking Crew, In My Eyes and Ten Yard Fight, this sequel DVD has, in many eyes, already proven itself to be the hardest and most graphic look at the hardcore stage ever. Backed with exclusive interviews by founding members of Boston's notorious F.S.U. gang and scored by a soundtrack of some of Boston's hardest music, Volume II, says the storyline and history of Boston hardcore from past until present.
Description: This informative documentary says the storyline of Globe Fight 1 and what was thought to be The Fight to End All Fights , a conflict with dramatic events, entangled alliances, and innovations such as planes, tanks, and telecommunications being used on the battlefield. All of this took zone vs the backdrop of dramatic industrial and social changes throughout the world.
Description: Follows the Cuban leader into the home of a 93 year old acquaintance of Jose Marti, who is actually blind and who takes the duration of the movie to realize who his illustrious interviewer now is.
Description: How do you create something last just a minute that now takes ten times as long? You boil it down. "I took the steel rolling process that takes about 10 minutes", James Benning writes about Fire & Rain, "and condensed it down to one minute by cutting out portions and hiding the ellipses in time with dissolves".
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This is short documentary, only 45 minutes. It consists of Jean Kilbourne delivering a lecture with slides.She has done this many times. She is organised and clear. Each mission she makes she emphasises with true globe examples of adverts from magazines. With those example, there is no method anyone should contradict her.She is not shrill. She is not detached. She just just exudes common sense.I have not paid much attention to magazine adverts for about 30 years. I was shocked how blatantly pornographic and violent they have become.Companies create cash by making folks feel terrible about themselves. The catch is, this is driving some young girls to suicide.The film also discussed how pornography sometimes really screws up young males, to the mission they can't have sex with true humans.It also shows how makeup and photoshopping make models fully unlike the original models. Cindy Crawford tells she wishes she now looked like the image covers of her.
12/11/17. A nice documentary about how girls are defined by Advertising, and it's not a cute picture. By showing examples of print and TV advertising, Kilbourne shows how advertising pushes distorted and destructive ideals of femininity. The gender stereotypes are damaging and constantly demeans girls by projecting unrealistic and unhealthy perceptions of perfection, sexuality and beauty. The photos advance violence vs women, eating disorders, and addiction. Girls can never measure up, thus, the need to purchase their products. Worth catching.
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