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Description: Co-produced by Rogan Productions and BBC Studios. London. The Summer of 2012. As rehearsals take zone in a rainy Dagenham vehicle park, Director Danny Boyle reveals a glimpse of his Opening Ceremony to the press. Some denounce it as the “Tellytubby Olympics” - others fear that it can never compete with the spectacle of Beijing. Everything pointed to an embarrassing failure. So how did one night in 2012 become 'The Best Present on Earth'? This is the storyline of a special night when the Brits began to trust in themselves again. A night which showed the country what it should achieve when extraordinary folks pulled together. A night which went beyond everyone’s expectations. For the first time since that night, Danny Boyle and the constructive squad behind the ceremony reunite in the company of Alan Yentob to explain the thinking that went into creating one of the country’s finer moments.
Description: Slavery may have been the catalyst, but culture and passion formed this sound in Trinidad & Tobago. The steelpan can take the claim of being the only acoustic instrument invented in the 20th century. However, this sound not only moves folks today, but it paralleled the island’s history of colonization and the demand for independence. The first section of this two-part movie highlights the precursors of the steelpan and the creation of the instrument until it gained international recognition in Britain in 1951. Interviews from steelpan legends, such as Ellie Mannette, Sterling Betancourt, Cliff Alexis and Ray Holman, are included.
Description: Some Star Fights fanatics wish to accumulate action figures... these fanatics wish to be action figures! A tribute to the 501st Legion, a global organization of Star Fights costume enthusiasts, this insightful documentary shows how the super-fan club promotes interest in the movies through charity and volunteer work at fundraisers and high-profile unique happenings around the world.
Description: We examine the special manufacturing ecosystem that has emerged, gaining access to the world’s leading hardware-prototyping culture whilst challenging misconceptions from the west. The movie looks at how the evolution of “Shanzhai” – or copycat manufacturing – has transformed traditional models of business, distribution and innovation, and asks what the rest of the globe can learn from this so-called “Silicon Valley of hardware".
Description: Scott Hall says his life-story, from his rise to super-stardom in the globe of professional wrestling to his downfall from it, due to alcohol abuse to his redemption to stay clean and reclaim his life and his family.
Description: "This is taking a Super 8mm camera around with me wherever I go and I'm very interested in windows at this time of travel, and I'm trying to create a tons of various statements about the idea of window." - S.B.
Description: A movie about the effect of labor. A couple uses their difficult earned wages in find of furniture, citizens’ leisurely water skiing and fishing. BZV was shot in and around Brazzaville, The Republic of Congo. With a naturalistic approach, the movie also interweaves different elements concerning the social and physical landscape of Brazzaville. The game is the three-letter airport code for Brazzaville.
Description: Union Pacific's steam locomotive #3985 is the biggest operating steam locomotive in the world. This 4-6-6-4 locomotive, built in 1943 still runs today as part of the railroad's public relations program. In this DVD, we'll follow 3985, which is also named the "Challenger", in Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma & Texas as she shows the public what large steam was really like.
Description: In the fifties a group of boys attempted to ascend the highest peak on earth. In the same year, as the first ascent of Mount Everest succeeded, the German climber Hermann Buhl single-handedly managed to create the first successful ascent of Nanga Parbat. Cameraman Hans Ertl joined the expedition which took zone under the toughest conditions and with his camera created a stunning documentary.
Description: This documentary challenges the assumption that vaccines are safe. The test of massive metals such as mercury, connections to autism and the high number of vaccines given at a very young age to kids are among the arguments presented. The storyline chronicles the nightmare of parents who lost a kid later after a vaccination series and the father was sent to prison for murdering his kid but was soon released. Government cover-ups and deceptions with corruption in the scientific community are illustrated by those featured in Vaccine Nation.
Description: The movie uses stop-frame animation to make maps on the screen, and showed the then-current military case in the Dardanelles, using different maps to support understanding. Tiny cardboard cut-outs present the deployment of boys and ships. Intertitles explain tactics, and shelling explosions are illustrated by clouds of cotton wool.
Description: The state of Michigan, with its special shape, looks like a mitten. Part of Lake Huron surrounds what is referred to as the thumb area. Because of treacherous rocky reefs, the coastline along Michigan's thumb zone has claimed many ships sailing in these waters. Throughout newest times, boy has installed navigational aids to support prevent maritime disasters.
Description: Nightmare in Canada is a tv documentary that delves into the history of Canada's horror movie industry. Not only do Canadian horror movies have a distinct look and style, they also discover fear and dread in a truly "tundra terror" method through themes such as "man vs nature" and "fighting the evil that comes from within." Nightmare in Canada uncovers gems from Canada's movie history that combat the stereotype that Canadian cinema is bland or aloof.
Description: The storyline of Tony Blair's destruction of the Labour Party, his well-remunerated business interests, and the thousands of innocent folks who have died following his decision to invade Iraq.
Description: From Cheese & Grain Hall, in the city of Frome in southern England, David Icke discusses many of the problems he would soon elaborate on in his 2004 presentation of Secrets of the Matrix.
Description: More than 100 WWII aircraft rest on the bottom of Lake Michigan just off the Chicago shoreline. During Globe Fight II, just off Chicago’s shoreline, the US Navy trained over 15,000 carrier pilots on two makeshift “flattops,” both former, coal-fired, side wheel passenger steamers. Not each pilot landed successfully on the pitching decks of the USS Wolverine and USS Sable and many aircraft went to the Lake bottom. This is the storyline of the recovery of those rare warbirds and the ingenious training tool that changed the course of the fight in the Pacific.
Description: Two A.I. Scientists accept that a Technological Singularity is coming... and that the super-intelligent machines that they are building will lead us there. However, they disagree on whether humans will survive the coming revolution.
Description: In 1989, Bob Lazar came forward with an wonderful story: He had been recruited by the US government to work at the top secret Groom Lake/Area 51 research base better known as "Dreamland" (actually at the S4 site, Papoose Lake which is a several miles to the south of Groom Lake) to reverse engineer alien spacecraft!
Description: Professor Iain Stewart reveals the storyline behind the Scottish physicist who was Einstein's hero; James Clerk Maxwell. Maxwell's discoveries not only inspired Einstein, but they helped shape our modern globe - allowing the development of radio, TV, android smartphones and much more. Despite this, he is largely unknown in his native land of Scotland. Scientist Iain Stewart sets out to change that, and to celebrate the life, work and legacy of the boy dubbed "Scotland's Forgotten Einstein".
Description: "Sticky" is everything your mother was too embarrassed to say you about masturbation, in one stimulating documentary. Full of candid interviews from celebrated figures to daily people, health care professionals, sex therapists, zoologists, anthropologists, and religious figures, this detail length doc answers age-old questions like: What is masturbation? Will it create me go blind? Is it "normal"? Is it wrong? And why are we so scared to be caught in the act? In a globe where confusion about sexuality remains at the root of so many societal issues - rape, sexual abuse, and the threat of sexually transmitted diseases - "Sticky" will support shatter misconceptions and myths surrounding this intimate aspect of human sexuality.
Description: The Boy Who Saved Ben-Hur explores the filmmakers relationship with his 89-year old second cousin, Johnny Alarimo, at the end of his life. A charismatic loner, Johnny spent a dazzling career behind the scenes in present business without never forming any lasting relationships. Destine to die that way, the movie is a subtle dance between a topics who wants to control his legacy, and a filmmaker/family-member who simply wants to know him.
Description: From the vast emptiness of the Polo Grounds to the thunderous roar of the Meadowlands, NFL Movies documents the wonderful history of the Fresh York Jets. Born into anonymity, formed on the consistent verge of bankruptcy, to love theJets is to dream. In January of 1969, the dream became reality as the Jets overcame the best odds in sports history to victory Super Bowl III. But the euphoria of an wonderful upset came at a price - for the next thirty-eight seasons the Jets would suffer one heartbreaking post-season loss after another. And yet Jets fanatics remain firm in their hope and their loyalty. Every year, the Jets are in the hunt-and their fanatics trust that every season will be the one to reclaim the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Since 1960 some of the game's best heroes, and anti-heroes have performed in front of the game's most loyal football fans. This is their story.
Description: There are only a several Bluegrass Men still around that played with the Father of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe. Peter Rowan was a bluegrass man in the 1960's for only a short time, but Bill's influence and musical knowledge still resonates with Peter. Even as he branched out into his own melody after leaving Bill's band, his bluegrass roots were never far away. This portrait of Peter expands beyond his melody to his artistic and spiritual endeavors spanning four decades giving the viewer an in-depth look at a real legend within our Americana musical history. His lyrical quality and melodies are memorable; influencing the next generation of musicians, sharing what Bill taught him and what he has learned being a troubadour traveling the world.
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