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Description: The clinic was founded by Jean Oury, a psychiatrist who previously worked in experimental therapy at Saint-Alban Psychiatric Hospital. The psychiatric practice borrowed the concept of Hermann Simon that it is important to look after the establishment and to look after every patient, while returning initiative and responsibility to them by developing cases in which they can work and express their creativity. Since the mid-50s Félix Guattari has worked at La Borde, developing its practice and organization and producing alongside Oury a body of theoretical work on the practice and theory of schizoanalysis, set in practice at La Borde, and included in his 1972 collaboration with the philosopher Gilles Deleuze, Anti-Œdipus. Among the many aspects of La Borde is the annual summer tradition in which the "boarders" and staff work together to perform a play.
Description: In a timely precursor, this 40 minute talk sees Alexander Kluge and Joseph Vogl return to their customary roles. Kluge feigns the curious lay reader. He defers to the professional diviner of high and famous culture, Vogl. Together they create a sort of Dante and Vergil team, undaunted by the hellish difficulties in their pursuit of meaning and complexity. And these are the questions they ask themselves: Moby Dick - Ahab. Who are they? Godzilla. How does it compare to MB? What is monstrous, what is monstrosity?
Description: this movie revisits the history of the Town in twenty mins through twelve cemeteries and one landfill. The short documentary is the fourth, independent episode from the ten-part Waste series.
Description: Poured in Pennsylvania follows the Commonwealth's storied beer past, delves into newest growth, and aims to capture the full tale of the beer industry in the Keystone State. This documentary details interviews with many industry pioneers like Dick Yuengling, Carol Stoudt, and Harris Family Brewery as they set out to be the first black-owned brewery in Pennsylvania.
Description: A grieving father seeks answers after his 14-year-old son kills himself. He uncovers painful truths about the lives of teens, the impact of unfettered access to internet and social media, and the shocking rise of depression among America’s youth.
Description: When Chris Watts (Sean Kleier) tearfully pleaded to tv cameras for the secure return of his missing pregnant wife Shanann (Ashley Williams) and their two young daughters, dark secrets loomed just beneath the surface. As the storyline spread, hearts went out to the distraught father and husband, who appeared to lead a charmed life. But days later, after failing a lie detector test, Chris confessed to brutally murdering his family and slowly revealed the horrific features of their deaths. Mates and family were left reeling, looking for answers as his double life and secret affair came to light. Brooke Smith portrays CBI agent Tammy Lee, who helped to bring Chris Watts to justice.
Description: The movie focuses on the exciting life adventure of Swiss writer Katharina Zimmermann. She follows her husband on a point to the jungle in Indonesia where she raises their four kids and five foster kids and lives through the military coup. Back in Switzerland Katharina discovers her voice and finds her path. Now, at eighty, she is writing her life story. Yet suddenly she faces other war because her publisher is threatening to allow her go.
Description: The movie says of the radical life-search by the Swiss writer Paul Nizon, born 1929 in Bern, Switzerland, who became what “he was meant to be” in Paris. Actually 90-year-old, Paul Nizon grants insights into his life and work in a self-ironic, direct manner. The intimate portrait of a nice literary outsider emerges, for whom the risk of life and the risk of writing merge into one and the same work of art.
Description: Considering himself a reincarnation of a dead soldier, historian Bassel Abi Chahine has the remarkable ability to recall features from the Lebanese civil war, which mostly took zone before his lifetime. Standing in front of the projected photographs from his private collection, Abi Chahine embodies the suppressed trauma hidden to his generation.
Description: An experimental biography of Chung-I, one half of a once-conjoined twin whose separation surgery at age 3 was broadcast live on Taiwanese television. Forty years later, artist Hsu Che-yu produces a digital scan and ceramic cast of the man's body in a playfully analytical take on doubling and copies.
Description: Delivered in poker-faced monotone, Maryam Jafri examines ownership in our age of photo circulation. Step by step, with humour and persistence, she walks us through the licensing conundrum of her ready-made sculpture that transforms from object-for-sale into artwork-for-sale, photo-for-sale and finally a video-for-sale with superimposed watermarks.
Description: "In the middle of a sleepless night a tons of digital devices deliever comfort and distraction for a restless mind. But does it help?" (CIRCUIT) A faceless figure under the covers contemplates a life in a mediated globe as the malaise of accounts, messages and missed connections keeps her awake.
Description: Divorce in the 1920s, successful businesswoman in the 1930s. Caroline has everytime pushed herself beyond the boundaries that patriarchal society had set for her. In the 1980s, her grandson Stéphane leads a related struggle: as a gay man in an upper middle-class Swiss family, he seeks to escape the role of the conformist, masculine heterosexual. And as a 13-year-old, he starts recording himself and his surroundings with a video camera. From his extensive biographical photo archive, as an adult director Stéphane Riethauser has gained a touching double portrait of himself and his flamboyant grandmother.
Description: "No discovery of our time has so moved the entire world," proclaims an intertitle introducing this unique extended newsreel edition. For once, Topical Budget's characteristic hyperbole is on the money. The discovery and excavation (some would tell grave-robbing) of the tomb of the 14th Century BC Egyptian pharaoh was already an international sensation by the time this newsreel screened in February 1923. The sense of breathless excitement surrounding the discovery extends to Topical's intertitles, which expend a nice portion of the film's running time explaining the relatively fleeting, terrible quality photos of the excavation itself. But we do receive to see the removal of an ebony, ivory and gold chair, and two glimpses of expedition leader Howard Carter - in long-shot from behind as announced in an intertitle, but also a much clearer, unheralded shot at the 'halfway rest house', where he cuts a dash in white shirt and trousers.
Description: Spontaneous portrait of an endearing and cheerful teenager living in balance between traditionalism and modernity. She presents her regalia to us and we share her pride in being Innu.
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