Description: Heather Booth is the most influential person you have heard of. The recent movie by critically acclaimed filmmaker Lilly Rivlin, HEATHER BOOTH: CHANGING THE WORLD is an urgent response to the newest election of Trump and all that has ensued. At a time when many are wondering how to create their voices heard, when civil and women’s rights are under attack, this empowering documentary is an inspiring look at how social change happens. Heather Booth, a renowned organizer and activist, began her remarkable career at the height of the Civil Rights movement. Through her life and work this inspiring movie explores many of the most pivotal moments in progressive movements that altered our history over the last fifty years: from her involvement with Fannie Lou Hamer and the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project, to her founding of the JANE Underground in 1964, to her collaborations with respected leaders such as Julian Bond and Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Description: Narratives of ecologists and conservationists are pitted vs the human tendency to engineer and control in this probing documentary on the lucrative salmon-hatchery industry.
Description: A contemporary of Henry Moore, Yorkshire-born Barbara Hepworth has made Cornwall her home. This movie by John Read examines how the Cornish landscapes have influenced Hepworth's work, and the artist takes us through the planning stages in the creation of her sculptures.
Description: An unauthorised look into the life and melody of the famous beat combo The Prodigy - one of the favourites of the club-going masses. It details interviews with the band and folks who have played their part in the band's adventure to success - a adventure that has taken no prisoners and refused to be compromised. The video includes no musical performances by the band.
Description: When it all goes horribly wrong, there is only one word that can adequately describe the horror: Fraught. A documentary animation exploring people's most awkward, embarrassing moments.
Description: Lacan Palestine is a found footage essay about the troubled couple in Palestine. This country without a country has been party to imperial projections for centuries, amply on display here in waves of armed crusaders, legionnaires, Mongols on horseback and biplanes issuing state edicts from the end of a machine gun. There are maps by the galore, drawn and redrawn as occupied spaces are bartered in foreign capitals. Contemporary art activists Velcrow Ripper, Elle Flanders, Tamira Sawatzky, Dani Leventhal and others have generously donated their keen lookings and these have been blended with newsreels, desert spectaculars, historical recreations and intimate encounters. Mike Cartmell appears as the ghost of psychoanalysis, offering ruminations on killing the father, John Coltrane and why enjoyment is hard
Description: Shot in the murk and fog of a breakdown. Mates jam, a body lies on the ground, James Baldwin visits his father for the last time. Inspired by Black Lives Matter. Remembering Charlie 'Africa' Keunang. (Mike Hoolboom)
Description: How to tell good-bye to friends? How to hold from becoming a ghost in the old roads of the Czech Republic, at once too strange and familiar? Let’s step inside the old scenes of love (which are also the prelude to love’s betrayal) before animal rescue can offer consolations. Shot on the closing night of the Jihlava Festival in 2016, in the Dukla Theatre, on the festival’s twentieth anniversary, where the namesake of its experimental offerings was being offered other airing, and the three of us were gathered there to bear witness, every hello already a prelude to departure.
Description: Shot in the subway during the summer and fall of 2016, every topics appears for a minute, 69 in all, one for every of Toronto’s subway stops. Serial portraits in black and white.
Description: Tiny known on this side of the pond, “course landaise” consists of confronting a bull and dodging his strong charge by method of acrobatic somersault. French athlete Emmanuel Lataste is the first to test to garner attention in North America for this extreme sport.
Description: Based on dreams (waking and non-waking) by pals and acquaintances of noted American writer Lucy Corin, the night after the epochal US election of 2016. A bevy of speakers weigh in on the fresh world.
Description: Queering the haj. A boy recollects a moment (was it any longer than that?) in the aptly called town of Mecca. A conversation ensues in the crowd. The touch of language. Framing shots by luminous shooter Taravat Khalili. Commissioned by LIFT for the Jacques Madvo project.
Description: How to present the long bus ride began in the dark to visit the husband in jail? The repetition which is fresh each morning. The feeling of seeing him. The company of others who are like and unlike? Her newly digital speech is broken and slowly restitched. The trial of rejoining the wounds of language and family. And at last, the unnamed citizens can be granted again a title: Palestine. We gotta be in Palestine.
Description: "Surviving R. Kelly: The Impact" will be a two-hour unique hosted by journalist Soledad O'Brien and will focus on the cultural and global impact of the docuseries and how it anchored the conversation around sexual abuse and what it means to be a survivor.
Description: When seemingly happy, travel-infatuated CJ Twomey violently ended his own life at age 20, his family was plunged into unrelenting grief and guilt. In a moment of desperate inspiration, his mother Hallie place out an launch call on Facebook, looking only for a handful of travelers who might support fulfill her son’s want to see the globe by scattering some of his ashes in a zone of beauty or unique meaning.
Description: In this fascinating program, learn about one of the most feared and respected members of the animal kingdom – Bears! See a side of these superb animals that several rarely see – a bear ripping apart a log; cubs playfully exploring the treetops; a grizzly bear tracking his prey. From the Black Bears of the Nice Smoky Mountains, Sequoia and Yosemite, to the Grizzlies of Yellowstone and Glacier, America’s national parks include the last secure havens of bear habitat in the lower 48 states. Bear expert Gary Brown says of fascinating bear facts and explains the challenges facing both bear and boy to co-exist.
Description: An archeologist travels to the Canary Islands’ cave dwellings as part of his quest to explore the remains of the indigenous inhabitants of the island. An essay film, composed of archival footage, on the complex map of power that constructs historical discourse.
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This is an extraordinary documentary on the Continental, german production society responsible of "Le Corbeau" and "La Main Du Diable". Continental was directed by Alfred Greven, long time mate of Göring, and was a real lover of french cinema. Bertrand Tavernier, Jean Ollé Laprune, Pascal Mérigeau, Pierre Barillet and others testify on that mysterious tycoon. And maybe some day, we'll learn more about Continental ...
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