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Description: A family learns to cope with their developmentally disabled daughter through prayer, patience and outside help in this inspiring Christian program. Diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, a form of autism, Hannah lives in her own globe marked by constant tantrums that challenge her parents and siblings. With support from specialists and her family's faith in God, Hannah improves, and the family grows closer than ever before.
Description: Five German directors celebrate the influence that famed filmmaker Rosa von Praunheim has had on their careers in honor of his 70th birthday. After discussing Praunheim's inspiration, every protégé presents an original short drawn from the experience.
Description: Pop sensations the Lovin' Spoonful perform their largest hits in this collection of tv appearances from the 1960s and '70s. Lead singer and songwriter John Sebastian discusses the band, their melody and their legacy. Songs contain "Summer in the City," "She's Still a Mystery," "Nashville Cats," the hit theme to the sitcom "Welcome Back, Kotter," "Did You Ever Have to Create Up Your Mind?" and "Do You Trust in Magic?"
Description: Documentary - Going behind the usual photos of war-torn Gaza, Swiss documentarian Nicolas Wadimoff offers this look at how folks survive despite constant threat of danger. Kids still play, rappers still make melody and families still love one another. In addition to visiting the United Nations Meal Distribution Center, Wadimoff movies at a derelict amusement park and profiles the DARG TeaM rappers, whose politically charged melody proclaims their defiance. -
Description: In a Chechen town recovering after the war, a boy disappears. As everyday life goes on, those in find are drawn into a globe where encounters with diviners and legal advisors, with the torturers and the tortured, with secret prisons and mythical lakes all become commonplace.
Description: Director Peter Judson's semifictitious tale opens a revealing window into the indie filmmaking process, capturing the trivialities, aggravations and enthusiasm that go into completing a picture. Using footage from an indie film set, e-mails constructing a plotline about distributor difficulties and interviews with indie mainstays such as Steve Buscemi and Sam Rockwell, the movie provides a riveting look at one producer's rejections and rewards.
Description: Daniel Bird narrates the making of Andrzej Zulawski’s 1981 film- Possession- covering the film’s inception, casting, shoot, it’s release in Cannes, and it’s reevaluation and cult status.
Description: It has been 50 years since the lives of 6,500 residents of the zone between Iroquois and Cornwall, Ontario were changed forever as a effect of the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway. The sacrifice made by residents of the zone was immense as those directly impacted by the project were forced to relocate to fresh homes or, in the situation of "house moving", a fresh address. For many, historic connections to their roots were lost forever as 22,000 acres of land were flooded to become part of Lake St. Lawrence.
Description: Jacques Lemonnier of IBM France, Francois Dalle of L'Oreal and another ultrapowerful French moguls are surprisingly candid -- and cold-blooded -- as they discuss their attitudes about business in this startling 1978 documentary. After sounding off about unions, strikes, hierarchy and management, the topics realized how callous they sounded and managed to convince the French government to suppress the film.
Description: A youthful perspective on the 1992 presidential campaign with a witty, cautionary message to young Americans to begin participating in democracy or receive the type of government they deserve.
Description: James Brown's legacy has influenced rap, soul, funk and R&B. But along with his large talent, there's a dark side to Brown's success that contains stints in prison and unceasing tabloid speculation. This in-depth documentary takes a look at the meteoric highs and deep lows of Brown's career, offering some fascinating insights from the Godfather of Soul himself, as well as interview footage with Chuck D, Tiny Richard, Wyclef Jean and many others.
Description: Documentary - Filmed at the Musikvereinssaal in Vienna, Austria, this 1986 performance took zone at a benefit concert to raise funds for the restoration of the world-famous concert hall. Renowned conductor Leonard Bernstein leads the Wiener Philharmoniker through Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich's rarely performed Sixth Symphony and his joyous Ninth Symphony. Premium details contain Bernstein discussing his special take on every of these masterful pieces. - Valery Gergiev, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, Flora Litvinova
Description: Poet and performance artist Timothy "Speed" Levitch, who starred in a documentary about his life philosophy in 1998, is back in this meditation on life in post-September 11 Fresh York City. Touring "ground zero" with director Richard Linklater, Levitch discusses his concepts on the creation of a memorial, what it's like to live with fear (or not to live with it) and more.
Description: Documentary - In this moving documentary, Oscar-nominated filmmakers Peter LeDonne and Steve Kalafer chronicle the extraordinary life of Immaculée Ilibagiza, a young African girl who escaped genocide in Rwanda and ultimately found refuge in the United States. Seeking shelter with an Episcopalian minister, Immaculée hid from her aggressors inside a bathroom for three long months but stayed centered through prayer and faith. - Immaculee Llibagiza
Description: Catch the most original rhymes and beats on the underground hip hop stage as adventurous filmmakers travel coast to coast to seek out the next generation of freestyle superstars and showcase the hottest streetballers on the concrete court. When the stars are at the top of the game, there's everytime someone waiting to be next in line for the spotlight, and with this release the fanatics can search out just who the giants of tomorrow will be before they hit the mainstream. Contains appearances by mixtape legends Tru Mac, Jae Millz, Scram Jones, and more. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Description: In the dark early days of Globe Fight II, Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara used his power (defying Tokyo's express orders) to rescue Jewish refugees in Lithuania. More than 2,000 Sugihara-stamped passports allowed hundreds of families to flee to secure havens abroad. Through unprecedented access to Sugihara's family and their private home movies, images and papers, the heroism of this boy is brought to light.
Description: Director Gerardo Tort's compelling documentary explores the life of Lucio Cabanas, a guerrilla leader who headed one of the most significant peasant revolts in Mexican history and became a figure of inspiration for the terrible of southern Mexico. Revealing interviews from companions, family members, former guerrilla warriors and historians create obvious that Cabanas's storyline of courage and hope continues to live on.
Description: Three girls whose paths never cross, yet are bound by the shared experience of losing their mothers during adolescence, exploring every one’s sometimes-complex relationship with her mother.
Description: Vancouver-based voice artist Ashleigh Ball has been the voice of numerous characters in classic cartoons such as Care Bears, Strawberry Shortcake, Cinderella and more. When Ashleigh was hired to voice Apple Jack and Rainbow Dash for Hasbro's fourth series to test the My Tiny Pony name - My Tiny Pony: Friendship Is Magic - she had no concept she would become an Internet phenomenon and major celebrity to a worldwide fan-base of grownups. Bronies are united by their belief in the show's philosophy. This documentary gives an inside view of the Pony fan-world, and an intimate look at the courage it takes to just be yourself...even when that means liking a tiny girls' cartoon.
Description: Explores a nation constantly questioning its identity, where production and sensitivity of painter Daniel Lezama are the backbone of a storyline of survival and reconciliation. A confessional essay that moves toward the inner region; where the social history, the Mexican nation, the existential zone and the sphere of the body are the eyes and the pulse of one of the most necessary artists of the Mexican art scene.
Description: movie about the desire of listening. An intermingling of voices from childhood, dreams, history, sex and politics. A visual essay about the universe of sounds. What is sound? What is the sound experience? Sound placed and replaced as Energy. Nothing more could be said. The final conclusion, while the spectator flies over an unlimited sea, talks about spreading fragility open. That is the Sound.
Description: From his humble beginnings in his hometown of Sheffield, England, Steve Peat has established himself as one of the worlds most iconic cyclists. Peaty has been competing at the top lvl in his selected sport of downhill mountain bicycle racing for the past 23 years, longer than the lifetime of many of his actual competitors. Through 20 years of archival footage and images and intimate interviews with Steve, his family, close mates and competitors, Won’t Back Down takes viewers on a captivating tour of the history of the sport of downhill mountain bicycle racing and offers a never-before-seen view into the life and legacy of this enduring icon.
Description: A Chadian movie director who lives and works in France (Haroun) returns home upon the death of his mother. He is shocked at the degraded state of the country and the national cinema. The filmmaker decides to create a movie dedicated to his mother entitled Bye Bye Africa but instantly encounters major problems. Cinemas have closed and financing is impossible to secure. The director reunites with an old girlfriend (Yelena), who was shunned by Chadians who should not distinguish between movie and reality after appearing in one of his previous movies as an HIV victim. Haroun learns about the destruction of the African cinema from directors in neighboring countries, but also finds Issa Serge Coelo shooting his first film, Daressalam. Things go badly and, convinced that it is impossible to create movies in Africa, Haroun departs Chad in despair, leaving his movie camera to a young man who had been assisting him.
Description: On an island in the Indian Ocean, the Comoros archipelago, unoccupied houses await the comeback of their owners. These territories without souls and half built abound across the landscape. The myth of eternal return is repeated in the Comorian diaspora.
Description: In a famous zone in the heart of Brazzaville, a customary court perpetuates an ancient legal organization embrace the forms of modern court officials. In a tiny building summary, when the first shot rang bell, as in theater, various situations parade before the judges in black robes: witchcraft, divorce, inheritance trouble or demarcation of plots.
Description: Documentary, Biographical Documentaries, Historical Documentaries - In this riveting documentary that was an official selection at the Sundance Movie Festival, filmmakers Monona Wali and Pamela Cohen shadow the remarkable Maria Serrano, an El Salvadoran girl who splits her time as a wife, mother and guerrilla leader. Released some 20 years after the original footage was filmed, this anniversary edition contains an modernize on Serrano, her family and her country in the wake of civil war. Alma Martinez, Edward James Olmos, María Serrano
Description: During the Swedish-Lithuanian fight 300 years ago, the bell of the Plateliai church was apparently dismantled and then left to sink at the centre of the eponymous lake. Stonys followed a scientific diving expedition organised for the purpose of finding the disappeared bell and thus confirming what seems like a famous legend. Like in Countdown, the filmmaker widens his consideration of collective memory and the bringing into crisis of belief.
Description: Narrated by George Stevens Jr., this documentary by Oscar-winning director George Stevens trains its lens on Globe Fight II in a method that's rarely been seen before: in full color. The result is nothing less than astounding, as viewers bear witness to the carnage of all-out war in the European theater, which was home to some of the bloodiest skirmishes ever, from the Norman invasion to the fall of Berlin.
Description: Sports & Fitness, Basketball, Sports Documentaries - Chosen fifth in the 2003 draft by the Miami Heat, hoopster Dwyane Wade has more than fulfilled his promise in the intervening years. This tool documents the path Wade followed to achieve greatness. From learning the minigame in Illinois and patterning his enjoy after idol Michael Jordan through his time as an overlooked high school star, his rise to prominence at Marquette and his explosive NBA debut, Wade's adventure is revealed.
Description: The changing face of Red Hook -- a one-of-a-kind neighborhood in Brooklyn, N.Y. -- is the topics of this rich examination of town living by filmmaker D.W. Young. The documentary peeks in on an urban farm run by local kids; an uphill struggle to save a portion of the waterfront; the infamous comeback of an IKEA store; and more. The movie was an official selection at the 2008 San Francisco International Documentary Movie Festival.
Description: Adventure through the afterlife with this informative and entertaining tool exploring Dante's epic poem of grandeur and complexity. Delving deep into the enduring allegorical work, the movie combines dramatic reenactments, modern photos and artists' renderings inspired by the literary masterpiece, as well as visual interpretations by the Topiary Dance Group, zone footage of Dante's native Florence and analysis from noted scholars.
Description: The first filmmaker arrived in Equatorial Guinea in 1904. The last film theatre closed in Malabo in the 1990s. In 2011, during the II African Movie Festival of Equatorial Guinea, the Marfil Film Theatre reopened its doors. Florencio, Ángel and Estrada says us how cinema has been, and is still, show in their lives.
Description: Dominica: Charting a Future for Paradise is a 2011 documentary short movie about the history of the Commonwealth of Dominica and the challenges it faces as a young independent nation.
Description: Return to El Salvador explores the reconstruction of El Salvador, post-civil war. The movie revisits the struggles of the nation and examines what drives over 700 Salvadorans to flee their homeland every day, often risking their lives to illegally enter countries in find of a better life for their families. The movie also profiles a number of Salvadorans effected by the civil war. One couple, who fled death threats in the 1980s, finds asylum and a political platform in the United States. The movie also follows a various couple who, after escaping the war, returned to El Salvador to work with churches and terrible communities.
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