See Crash of Systems (feature docu on youtube.
Description: Amidst corruption, political scandal, and fiscal crisis, 26-year-old activist Will Guzzardi believes that he can mobilize a movement to upend Illinois' political machine. But he chose to run vs the daughter of one of the greatest connected pols in Chicago - and the establishment is not going to allow her go down without a fight. THE 39TH follows Guzzardi as he wars to victory over a changing neighborhood, block by block - and comes to terms with how far the machine will go to hang on to power.
Description: Efforts of the United Mine Workers, led by Mother Jones, to organize coal miners in southern West Virginia at the beginning of the 20th century leads to violence and insurrection.
Description: The Girl Who Joined The Taliban is the private and tragic storyline of a woman’s quest for truth amidst the global fight on terrorism. Beverley Giesbrecht is a publishing executive and devout Christian living near Vancouver, when the happenings of September 11th change her life. Within seven months, she converts to Islam and starts a adventure that takes her to the heart of Taliban zone in the mountains of Pakistan.
Description: The M*A*S*H 30th Anniversary Reunion Unique is a retrospective documentary on the CBS-TV series M*A*S*H that aired on the FOX TV network on May 17, 2002. The progam details interviews with past cast members, producers, and writers who contributed to the series, which originally aired on CBS-TV from September 17, 1972 to February 28, 1983.
Description: This movie deals with authority, violence and friendship between boy and beast. This exhilarating movie portrays a youth detention centre's young inhabitants thriving on the hard task of building up a relationship with a horse. For these adolescents - who are at odds with society and have violent tendencies - building up a relationship with a horse is an occasion to learn about believe and communication. The values with which horse whisperers work are transferred to human relationships and offer a method out from the vicious circle of violence.
Description: Salad Days, noun: a time of youthful indiscretion and delinquency What really are the salad days? TGR answers with the tightest in jib style and culture. Check it: backcountry air, cliffs, rails, urban, pipe, and more. Witness skiing’s fresh generation experience the sessions they want would last forever. These are the satisfied days, the salad days as they say, when the men are green in judgment, cold in blood.
Description: Is the globe full of deep symmetries and ordered pairs? Or do we live in a lopsided universe? This striking video plays with our yearning for balance, and reveals how pretty imperfect matches can be. The video made by Everynone was inspired by Radiolab's Desperately Seeking Symmetry episode.
Description: Take a breathtaking train a ride through Nothern Quebec and Labrador on Canada’s first First Nations-owned railway. Come for the celebration of the power of independence, the crucial importance of aboriginal owned businesses and stay for the beauty of the northern landscape.
Description: The forgotten history of "dissidents", the boys and girls of Martinique and Guadeloupe who left their islands between 1940 and 1943. The movie details interviews with those in the resistance who say their stories with passion, humility and humor.
Description: A group of fearless, compassionate individuals with Viking spirit set out to turn around the most risky neighborhood in Las Vegas, to support the kids living there, reducing violent crime with a record 75%.
Description: About Stefan Stricker, who calls himself Juwelia and has been running a gallery on Sanderstraße in Berlin Neukölln for many years. Each weekend he invites guests to shamelessly recount from his life and to sing poetic songs written with his mate from Hollywood Jose Promis. Juwelia has been terrible and sexy all her life, has everytime struggled for recognition, but only partially.
Description: As the results of climate change become more and more apparent, a fresh generation of nuclear engineers is on the rise, hoping to support solve this best environmental challenge humanity has ever faced. THE NEW FIRE is a documentary by Emmy-winning director David Schumacher, which provides a timely perspective on addressing climate change and global development. Nuclear energy has been vilified in much of the environmental community, yet the next-generation reactors currently in development may now be the key to avoiding climate catastrophe
Description: Four teenagers from a Paris suburb participate in an audiovisual education project in which they become improvised reporters for the 2010 Globe Cup in South Africa. An unforgettable experience puts them face to face with a fully various social reality from theirs, as well as the birth of fresh friendships and the discovery of fresh feelings.
Description: Australian born Nickname Vujicic was born without arms or legs, but that has not stopped him from leading a full life. Now, 32 and founder of the Los Angeles-based nonprofit Life Without Limbs and a motivational speaker, he gives hope to those born with disabilities. Married with a 2-year-old son, Vujicic is the topics of a short documentary, "Born Without Limbs", to be aired on TLC on June 17. He shares his inspirational storyline with NBC's Sudan Donaldson James.
Description: An intimate look at the subculture known as the 'furry fandom,' this movie offers a humanizing perspective into a misunderstood group of folks by exploring identity, creativity, and community - the human part of being furry.
Description: Everyone knows the storyline of Paul Revere and his popular midnight ride to warn colonial forces of the British approach. But history ebooks don't say of the boy who sent Revere on his mission: Joseph Warren, America's least remembered founding father. Uncover the forgotten history of Warren and stories of another unsung heroes in our war for independence in The American Revolution.
Description: An perfect comprehensive look at all the melody that came out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati "Rock Legends" "James Brown" "King Records" "Pure Prairie League" "Lemon Pipers" "Syd Nathan" WEBN "Bootsy Collins" "Lonnie Mack" "The Who concert 1979" "Rick Derringer"
Description: In the 6th century AD, huge parts of the globe were affected by mysterious weather happenings causing temperature drop, crop failures and famines. All this might be the effect of a huge volcanic eruption in the tropics. But can a local natural disaster impact the global weather, thus influencing the course of history? Using stunning re-enactments and special animation techniques, “The Power of Volcanoes” makes it clear: Volcanoes might be sleeping giants. But they can wake up quicker than you think and in the worst situation trigger a fatal chain of events.
Description: To tag the 65th anniversary of the downfall of the Nazi regime, embark on this special adventure through the bleakest chapter of German history. Michael Kloft traces the storyline of the Third Reich, painting a picture of Nazi dictatorship behind the propaganda by utilizing what in some situations is previously unpublished footage.
Description: As a boy, Dawa was an illiterate Tibetan nomad whose life revolved around herding yaks. At 13, his life changed: through a series of visions, Dawa acquired the gift of saying the epic storyline of Tibet’s Lord Gesar. Now, at 35, Dawa receives a salary from the government as a guardian of national cultural heritage and is regarded as a holy boy by his community. When an earthquake reduces his hometown to rubble, redevelopment of the region takes a giant leap forward. In the midst of such seismic shifts, Dawa seeks healing from Lord Gesar and another divine protectors of the land.
Description: Join a grassroots collective of volunteers as they find Winnipeg’s Red River and its banks for clues to search out what happened to their missing family and friends. The documentary demonstrates the devastating experience of searching for a loved one who didn't come home with profundity and humanity.
Description: Documentary about innocent folks confined to prison on remand. John Pilger reports that more than half of the 500,000 folks remanded in custody by magistrates every year are eventually found not guilty, fined or, as in the situation of “Helen”, given a conditional discharge. Helen, charged with stealing a pair of slippers but with no previous convictions, recalls her day in Holloway Prison, London, which started at 7am when she joined 96 another prisoners in a rush to test four toilets whose conditions were “disgusting”. Between then and lunchtime, all prisoners were locked up, with just half-an-hour’s walk round a huge yard for exercise. Lunch was eaten in cells, with tea at 3.30pm, before they were locked up until the following morning.
Description: The digital age has heralded a fresh unprecedented means of surveillance, and as more of our private notification goes online, more of our lives are topics to state-sponsored espionage. Governments with dubious human rights records are actually using mass surveillance technology to thoroughly track and quell any murmurs of dissent - and it is western companies that are providing the technology to do so.
Description: Native control of education is explored in THE LEARNING PATH. Director Todd, a Metis, introduces Edmonton elders Ann Anderson, Eva Cardinal, and Olive Dickason, remarkable educators who are working with younger natives. They recount harrowing experiences at reservation schools, memories which fuelled their determination to preserve their language and identities. Using a special blend of documentary footage, dramatic re-enactments, and archival film, Todd weaves together the life stories of three unsung heroines who are making education relevant in today's native communities.
Movies Like Flea 2012
Movies Like Nina Conti: Her Master's Voice 2012
Movies Like Отдамся в хорошие руки 2009
Movies Like God's Gift To Women 1931
Movies Like Soul's Midnight 2006
Movies Like Innocent Bystanders 1972
Movies Like Romolo e Remo 1961
Movies Like When a City Falls 2011
Movies Like Mr. Right Now! 1999
Movies Like Harry Connick Jr.: In Concert on Broadway 2011
Movies Like Being Bradford Dillman 2011
Movies Like Da lan hu 2011
Movies Like Vaterland 2002
Movies Like Cesare deve morire 2012
Fine documentary about the spreading of Germany's Nazi rule thoughout Europe in WWII and the horrific violence that came with it. This movie basically documents the major trial of the Nazi fight criminals and the violent acts that they were accused of. There are some cute rough scenes of the folks in the Nazi concentration camps and many shots of dead corpses and body parts. Secrets of the Nazi Criminals is well narrated and well directed. I would suggest this film to anyone wanting to see the current horrifying reality behind the Nazis during their reign in WWII.
I first saw this movie around 1970 in my teens. I knew of course of the crimes of Nazi Germany but this movie really shocked me. It shows the terrible banality of terror and the unsensational style only increases the sense of nausea and dread.A pile of children's shoes, a mountain of spectacles, a hill of teeth smashed out to remove gold fillings, offers to the imagination than the explicit, but be warned, there is plenty of that too.It is impossible to be unmoved by this film. It is not a depressing movie though; it is more likely to fill you with the determination not to allow this ever happen again. The movie is also gratis of any tip of Zionism. It had a profound result on me and I soon become very involved in anti-fascist and anti-racist activity.
New York, NY 10013
Similar Film Search Engine
+44 20 7336 8898
Mon - Sun 09:30 am - 05:30 pm