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Description: Down to the Earth’s Core takes viewers from the sidewalk to the centre of the planet in one epic unbroken shot. Using spectacular pc generated imagery; the camera smashes through almost 9 000 kilometres of solid rock to discover the hidden globe beneath our feet. Experience an earthquake inside the San Andreas Fault, blast out of a volcano, encounter bizarre cave-dwelling monsters and enter caves full of giant crystals – all inside planet Earth. As the camera lowers into Earth's bosom, the planet’s extraordinary story, is laid bare layer by layer, showing how prehistoric forests became modern-day fuel, witnessing the dinosaur’s cataclysmic death, and watching as stalactites form and gold grows before our eyes. Deeper, beyond the reach of any mine, any drill, we search wonders beyond imagination: towering molten metal tornadoes, forests of solid iron crystals, until we reach the strangest, least understood zone on the planet – the core.
Description: A musical adventure among exotic territories and folks of Anatolia, special host of ancient civilizations of 10 millennia. The authentic performances recorded live on zone spontaneously. With the modern arrangements made, an incomparable musical is formed. Director: Nezih Unen
Description: Bringing Lord to China is a father's "love letter" to his adult daughter, a young American girl struggling to bring Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of nonviolence to China, and then back to the United States.
Description: The dive websites around Phuket are among the most fascinating in the world. Colorful coral reefs, puffer fish and turtles are among the extraordinary sea dwellers living in an 85 meter-long sunken ferry. These 3D dives in paradise create a spectacular highlight. Experience a special underwater tank dive with sharks at Siam aquatic Globe in Bangkok. For anyone who meets the three half-meter-long sand tiger sharks in this way, their experience is never to be forgotten.
Description: A close-up look at sand urchins and rock urchins. At the seashore, a boy digs up a sand urchin. We look closely. He sets it back in the sand, and it burrows out of sight. Its intestines take nutrients out of sand. Using magnification 200,000 times normal size, we see a rock urchin's spines with suckers on the end; a drawing illustrates how they work. A sea urchin walks toward a rock. We see three-fingered jaws—pedicellaria at the end of flexible stems—take in algae and another bits. We also see cilia less than 0.001 ml in length; their motion constant, creating whirlpools. On the shore again, we watch the setting sun. Occasional games in French say us what to watch for.
Description: Among the legends of Hollywood, George Pal takes his zone as a real visionary, an innovator and a showman who profoundly shaped the art of motion pictures. A peer of Walt Disney, Pal pioneered stop motion animation and went on to virtually invent the modern science fiction and fantasy movie genres. Pal's extraordinary genius molded a dazzling array of films, which earned an wonderful total of eight Academy Awards and left a cinematic legacy that served as formative inspiration for the films of George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Gene Roddenberry.
Description: TV-PG14-DLS The world's oldest profession is actually a thriving black store economy, with an underground workforce that's just an Internet connection and a smartphone call away. National Geographic's Mariana van Zeller adventures to the heart of the American escort industry and uncovers the gritty reality behind the supply and demand of high-end sex work.
Description: From the very nature of truth to how our globe began, from morality to religion, from population control to political correctness, from Israel to Islam, from atheism to God... our whole globe runs on what we believe.
Description: Andy Warhol described Jackie Curtis as “A pioneer without a frontier.” In this biographical documentary, Curtis’s co-workers and mates speak of her work and her influence, along with clips from Curtis’s Warhol movies as well as never-before-seen footage from her scene shows.
Description: The NASA that we’ve known for over 50 years has been a lie. My name is Richard C. Hoagland. As the brief authors’ biography page states, I was indeed a NASA consultant to the Goddard Spaceflight Center in the post-Apollo era, and Science Advisor to Walter Cronkite and CBS News, Unique Events, advising CBS on the science of the NASA missions to the Moon and Mars, during the Apollo Program. I currently run an independent NASA watchdog and research group, the Enterprise Mission, attempting to figure out how much of what NASA has found in the solar system over the past 50 years has now been silently filed out of sight as classified material, and therefore fully unknown to the American people.
Description: This classic, beloved National Geographic unique was four years in the making and this nice movie invites you to run with the package for a wolf's-eye-view. Witness the unfolding saga of hardships and affection, losses and triumphs, and the controversy surrounding the decision to reintroduce wolves back into the heart of the West.
Description: “This movie is remarkable in few respects. In the first place, it is full life-size. Secondly, it is the only accurate newest portrait of the nice inventor. The stage is an current one, showing Mr. Edison in working dress engaged in an interesting chemical experiment in his nice Laboratory. There is sufficient movement to lead the spectator through the few processes of mixing, pouring, testing, etc. as if he were side by side with the principal. The lights and shadows are vivid, and the apparatus and another accessories finished a startling picture that will appeal to each beholder.” (Edison Catalog)
Description: Our presidential hunter runs across the landscape and falls down in the snow, gets up with his rifle, and gazes upward at a treed animal which isn't in the camera's view. He fires a shot into the tree, then leaps on the ground to grab the fallen prey, a domestic cat, finishing it off with wild blows of his hunting knife while his companions, a photographer and a press agent, record the happening that will be reported far and wide as a manly moment. Teddy then rides out of the forest followed by two companions afoot, never mind that they all originally arrived afoot. Perhaps it was funnier in its day than it is now, but apparently shooting cats was regarded as funny in those days. The larger mission was to test a minor whimsy as a political criticism, in this situation of Teddy Roosevelt's simple manipulations of the press. It was based on two frames of a political cartoon that had appeared in the paper a mere week before the movie was made.
Description: A most interesting picture at the Pan-American Exposition. The picture was taken from the north side of the Electric Tower. It presents the most excellent and diversified views of the Transportation Building, Mexican Plaza, the Stadium and the north side of the Electric Tower. (Edison Catalog, 1902)
Description: 97% owned show serious research and verifiable evidence on our economic and financial system. This is the first documentary to tackle this trouble from a UK-perspective and explains the inner workings of Central Banks and the Cash creation process. When cash drives almost all activity on the planet, it's essential that we understand it. Yet easy questions often receive overlooked, questions like; where does cash come from? Who creates it? Who decides how it gets used? And what does this mean for the millions of ordinary folks who suffer when the monetary, and financial system, breaks down? Produced by Queuepolitely and featuring Ben Dyson of Positive Money, Josh Ryan-Collins of The Fresh Economics Foundation, Ann Pettifor, the "HBOS Whistleblower" Paul Moore, Simon Dixon of Bank to the Future and Nickname Dearden from the Jubliee Debt Campaign.
Description: London to Brighton in 4 mins BBC interlude. From the days when TV was all live and programming was hectic. Often when one tool finished, the next one was not ready yet, and the gap had to be filled. So the BBC developed a number if interludes to fill these gaps, this being the most popular one.
Description: This legendary war was filmed on March 17, 1897, using 63mm movie that produced an aspect ratio of about 1.75:1. Using three adjacent cameras, Enoch Rector recorded the whole fight, simultaneously creating the world's first known detail film, as the resulting footage lasted over 90 mins in length. About a quarter of the movie survives today. Written by Tag Toscano.
Description: Greece: 2012. Khaos: The Human Faces of the Greek Crisis starting from numerous accounts and stories, Khaos presents without varnish the everyday life of the Greek folks with Panagiotis Grigoriou, historian and fight economical blogger as our recurring character. This street film is pace by jazz and rap that bring us from Trikala to Kea Island including Athens at the encounter of the Greek citizen from the fisherman to the political tagger.
Description: An necessary early movie by Stan Brakhage, which Cornell commissioned as a record of Fresh York's Third Avenue before it was torn down. Curiously lacking in people, the movie focuses on the rhythms of the ride and reflections in train windows, finding a real-world ver of the superimpositions Brakhage would soon make in the lab.
Description: Be amazed by tiny schools of fish that swim right into your living room. See squid and the elusive octopus up close, along with the superb manta ray, and experience dolphins and turtles as well. Shot in stereoscopic 3D, Nice Ocean 3D is a breathtakingly pretty 50-minute experience for your entire family.
Description: “Showrunners” is the first ever detail length documentary movie to discover the fascinating globe of US tv showrunners and the constructive forces aligned around them. These are the folks responsible for creating, writing and overseeing each element of production on one of the United State’s largest exports – tv drama and comedy series. Often described as the most complex job in the entertainment business, a showrunner is the chief writer / producer on a TV series and, in most instances, the show’s creator. Battling everyday between art and commerce, showrunners manage each aspect of a TV show’s development and production: creative, financial and logistical.
Description: In this one-off documentary, Zone Dive says the behind-the-scenes storyline of Felix Baumgartner's historic, record-breaking freefall from the edge of zone to Earth. The globe watched with bated breath when Felix became the first person to freefall through the sound barrier on 15 October 2012, after jumping from 128,100ft (24 miles) from the edge of space.
Description: Since 1963, the Austrian avant-gardist Hermann Nitsch has created a series of live happening, which (like Otto Muehl's Sodoma) combine cruelty, sexuality, defilement, and visual shock for purposes of purification, and "ab-reaction" of sado- masochist impulses. This is a movie record of his most controversial creation: the crucifixion of a young woman, the disembowelling of a lamb carcass, and her defilement with it. —Peter Gorsen, Sexualaesthetik, 1972
Description: "A Movie About Coffee" is a love letter to, and meditation on, specialty coffee. It examines what it takes, and what it means, for coffee to be defined as "specialty." The movie whisks audiences on a trip around the world, from farms in Honduras and Rwanda to coffee stores in Tokyo, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco and Fresh York. Through the eyes and experiences of farmers and baristas, the movie offers a special overview of all the elements-the processes, preferences and preparations; traditions old and new-that come together to make the greatest cups. This is a movie that bridges gaps both intellectual and geographical, evoking flavor and pleasure, and providing both as well.
Description: A Moveable Musical Feast is a special souvenir of Loreena McKennitt’s 2007 An Ancient Muse tour and offers a rare backstage look at one of contemporary music’s most interesting live performers. Through candid interviews with Loreena, her band, crew, fanatics and professional colleagues from the Canadian melody industry, we gain insight into her career, work ethic and the artistry that has been the foundation of her remarkable musical journey. Loreena and her fellow travellers entertain us with stories of how her present 'goes up', discuss the joys and challenges of their nomadic life when 'on the road' and share their thoughts on the constructive relationships they have with every other, the melody and the audience. A Moveable Musical Feast details 25 mins of previously unreleased musical performances.
Description: Facing a sex obsessed culture, a mountain of stereotypes and misconceptions, and a lack of social or scientific research, asexuals - folks who experience no sexual attraction - struggle to claim their identity.
Description: "Bodyline", the word coined to describe a way of attack that involved bowling quick rising deliveries aimed at the batsman's head and body with a ring of close in fieldsmen on the leg side poised for a catch. Used in the 1932-33 Ashes Use Series, that pitted Bradman vs Jardine and soured Anglo-Australian relations for years.
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This is The Yves Montand Storyline in all but name given that, with the exception of his outstanding acting ability, each facet of Montand - the charm, charisma, expressive hands, suppleness, Astaire-like footwork, Astaire-like rehearse-til-you-drop perfectionism, and, last but by no means least, the superb voice - equalled only by Francis Albert Sinatra - and that's equalled, yes, but not eclipsed - is on display here to be relished and savoured by connoiseurs the globe over. The final detail, the cherry on top of the cake if you will, is the fact that the documentary records the Left-leaning Montand rehearsing for a concert in aid of Chile, then in the midst of political upheaval, a documentary directed by fellow Left-leaning Chris Marker, working not for the first time with Montand. Seen in tandem with Jacques Demy's Three Seats For The 26th this is as nice as it gets for Montand buffs.
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