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Description: "A study of zone and presence through degrees of winter. The natural and artificial globe commingle, and continued exposure strips the seemingly insignificant of prescribed meaninglessness. Emptiness fades, a natural presence emerges, ebb and flow holds sway over the moving photo and shakes loose roles of setting or background. Dedicated to Rob Todd."
Description: One night seven years ago, Rafael came home after work and discovered that folks he did not know had come looking for him. He instantly fled, without looking back. From that moment on, his life changed, as if that night had never ended. One evening, around an improvised fire near a factory, he decides to confide his adventure to a stranger who had a related experience, also marked by violence, addictions and misery. Rafael’s intimate acc meets the collective testimony of an whole nation oppressed by poverty, police repression and institutional corruption.
Description: Water runs under a bridge A church looms overhead A couple movies every another on the shoreline Walking into a sea of chaotic filmic decay Super 8mm Kodachrome shot by my parents in 1985, and buried by myself in late summer of 2018.
Description: The house referenced in the game is an old building, whose past splendour is recognisable despite the apparent lack of upkeep. This enormous house, in the middle of the forest, was a health cure website that Casanova and Voltaire apparently visited in their time. The spring was blocked and Nestlé, which was using it, closed the house.
Description: Two Affect Studies consists of characteristically easy experiments. In the first sequence, a tape measure marks a spot on the wall while the camera documents the mad, gratis forms of a rubber band repeatedly snapped into the air. The photo is improbably set, to near-comic effect, vs “Functional” (1957), a tune by jazz legend Thelonious Monk. In the second part of the work, Perlman recorded the visual results produced by the billowing wisps of smoke from two cigarettes left smoldering in an ashtray. Accompanied by Samuel Barber’s willfully sentimental “Adagio for Strings” (1936), this sequence, like its counterpart, uncovers the surprising potential for emotion, humor—and, ultimately, meaning—that resides within the simplest of stunts.
Description: As if directing a science-fiction film, Johana Ožvold dissects the storyline of electronic music. From the pioneer sound engineers working behind the Iron Curtain, through the French avant-garde composers, up to the post-modern authors of digital sonic artefacts, the first-time filmmaker summons an abstract landscape that is haunting and yet achingly beautiful. A voice appears from old tv screens forgotten in the maze of some futuristic archive where past and future seem to coexist in a complex and multi-layered way.
Description: Cairo, a town of more than 20 million people, has recently gone through multiple political, cultural and economic upheavals, forcing Egyptian society to reinvent itself. In Egypt, folks don't live on their own and it's only after they receive married that they can leave their parent's home to make their own household. Whatever their intimate feelings might be, marriage is an inevitable step towards independence.
Description: Listening, observing, touching, tasting. Moving through a zone that is still pristine, undomesticated, that of the state of nature. He is there to reconnect with that state, she is doing a course on edible wild plants, other girl regrets spending her days in front of a computer... About 15 of them have set off for a week, with their rucksacks, to walk in the forest, to reflect alone or together on their existence constrained by a highly toxic consumer society.
Description: Who told that old age has to be boring? Golden Age opens the doors to the Palace, a retirement home of the type that you have never seen before, in Miami. Gildings, ostentatious chandeliers, marble floors; like a cross between a luxury hotel and an Americanised copy of Versailles, the zone is presented by its developers as the most pretty retirement home in the Unites States.
Description: We enter the film, like we access Gorgona, by the sea. A rock bristling with greenery, surrounded by the dark blue waves of the Mediterranean. On this tiny island between Tuscany and Corsica, there is an agricultural penal colony. The prisoners held there are gratis to transport around, working the vines, the tiny pig farm or the vegetable garden surrounding the prison buildings. Here, the relationship to nature is particular and undoubtedly redeeming.
Description: Boutheyna Bouslama remembers her holidays in Syria in the summer of 1994: a man offered her an armful of cherries. He was named Oussama. Twenty years later, his name appears in the credits of Return to Homs by Talal Derki, programmed in Istanbul. The childhood mate has become “the boy with the camera”, a “media activist” documenting the demonstrations and their repression by the Assad regime, until his arrest in 2012. The filmmaker sets off in find of the boy whose name details on the list of the 70,000 forced disappearances that have occurred since the beginning of the conflict.
Description: 45,000 patients died in French psychiatric hospitals between 1939 and 1945. A single website escaped this carnage: the asylum in Saint-Alban, an isolated village in Lozère. What happened there for it to be an exception? Retracing few decades in the history of this necessary website of psychiatry, using precious archival movies and the accounts of those who worked there, Martine Deyres answers this question and, in doing so, shows how the political courage and poetic audacity that were practised there contributed to changing medicine and society’s perception on madness. Intersecting in the crucible of this movement named “institutional psychotherapy” were members of the Resistance, artists, doctors and philosophers—including Paul Eluard, Tristan Tzara and Georges Canguilhem.
Description: «A heroine's quest» portrays the Muslim girl Naima Serroukh as she sets up her pilot project Tasamouh to combat religious extremism. Naima's storyline is said as she goes about her work as manager of the project and gives us an insight into the globe of prevention work. Besides her find for financing and partners, her private conflicts, she gives tip to distraught mothers, coaches young folks and tries to deliever them with help in their integration process. «A heroine's quest» paints the portrait of a powerful woman, who has come to agree that progress can only be made in small baby steps, but at the end of the day, it's all about making life together a bit better. A portrait of an daily heroine. An impression of the Muslim community in the war vs prejudice.
Description: In Осtober, 2015, Marlen Khutsiev was turn 90. The master had no intention of retiring, he was working at the fresh movie, which he had been contemplating for years. The team was lucky to allowed on the set of this movie about the relationship of two Titans of Russian literature, Leo Tolstoy and Anton Chekhov. The shooting process, recorded over the period of many days, constitutes the main part of this documentary entitled «Khutsiev. Action Starts!». It also contains Khutsiev’s reflections on the nature of constructive work and his dramatic constructive biography.
Description: Ivory harvesting under the extreme conditions of the Russian Far North is slowly but surely turning into a sort of a «mammoth rush». However, as the demand grows, so does social tension in the area.
Description: This storyline is about ambitious folks who dream of becoming stars, being recognized at the roads and interviewed for the front-pages stories. Day after day, they do their ordinary jobs but each spare minute they follow their silver screen dream – they work as extras.
Description: A documentary profile of director/choreographer Bob Fosse. Contains clips from his movies and tv specials as well as interviews with Fosse, remembrances from his friends, and commentary by Gwen Verdon. A Dance in America presentation, broadcast as part of Nice Performances.
Description: Since 1996, the students of a Queens public high school have staged an elaborate mock presidential election for an whole semester, simulating the American electoral process vs the backdrop of the true one. In 2016, Ukranian-American Daniel hams it up as a cocky Donald Trump, while Pakistani-American Misbah, an observant Muslim, portrays Hillary Clinton, with also-rans like earthy Jill Stein thrown in for nice measure. As the students reenact the rigors of the divisive political campaign, difficult truths about politics are revealed, yet hope lives on.
Description: A yearlong project to reinvent school lunches shows how difficult it is for bureaucracies to create change, how large concepts depend on the "little" folks on the ground, and how various perspectives often lead to conflict.
Description: Two rivals address the years of animosity that defined their careers and their shared dream of achieving greatness on the world’s largest stage: the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest.
Description: The fight in Abkhazia ended more than twenty years ago. But the shadows wandering in the corridors of the republican psychoneurological hospital still remind us of its impact. Sometimes we see ourselves in those shadows and glimpse fragments of reality in their monologues. The monochromatic method they see the globe carries many more meanings than we are able to perceive.
Description: A portrait of one of the best English-language poets of his generation, this joyful and penetrating documentary was made with the late Seamus Heaney's unprecedented collaboration. The movie explores the key private relationship in his life, that with his wife Marie, and follows him to Harvard, Fresh York and London, to readings, signings and public interviews. Offering compelling insights into the working life of a major writer, it digs deep into the rich shop of Heaney's poetry to reveal a boy who lived his life fully; used his bonuses to give expression to the nice themes in all our lives of love, loss and longing; and managed, as a boy and as a writer, to combine the simplicity of a farmer's son from County Derry with the sophistication of a major artist.
Description: This short movie says the storyline of Isaci Etidloie, a boy well-known in the Arctic for his pedigree and prowess in shaping old rocks. His creations often serve to recount taboo stories and Inuit myths.
Description: Prom is an American tradition—a rite of passage and one of the most necessary rituals of American youth; a day that is never forgotten—a day full of hopes and dreams for the future. For four years, from 2006-2009, filmmaker Martin Bell and photographer Mary Ellen Tag travelled around the country and documented proms. They went to twelve high schools in 10 cities, covering a wide range of ethnic and economic groups. While Mary Ellen Tag made portraits of the Prom-goers with the 20x24 Polaroid camera, Martin Bell interviewed the students in an adjacent studio. When the project finally came to a close, Bell had interviewed over three hundred students.
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