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Description: A queer/ dyke/ tranny-boi film from France, One Night Stand is intense, authentic, raunchy, with a kinky sensibility, an emphasis on immediacy and heat, and a gritty, arty, urban feel.
Description: In 1998, Jean-Luc Godard made a short video entitled Adieu au TNS (Farewell to the TNS). Never released (or intended to be), the video is nearly impossible to see and has not been included in any Godard retrospectives to date.
Description: In Bundelkhand, India, a revolution is in the making among the poorest of the poor, as the fiery girls of the Gulabi Gang empower themselves and take up the war vs gender violence, caste oppression and widespread corruption.
Description: Portrait of a national icon: iskelmä or famous schlager legend Olavi Virta (1915–1972), as an old, lost and lonely man. When the movie was screened for the first time, folks all over Finland went ballistic – they couldn't take the sad sight of their tango's best voice, the incarnation of postwar wealth and glory in ruins.
Description: Narrated by Gabriel Byrne (Usual Suspects, Vanity Fair, Miller's Crossing), this seven-time Greatest Documentary award-winning movie (Silver Lake Movie Festival, Beverly Hills Movie Festival) is the most comprehensive and mind-blowing investigation of humankind's relationship with death ever captured on film. Hailed by many viewers as a "life-transformational film," Flight from Death uncovers death anxiety as a possible root cause of many of our behaviors on a psychological, spiritual, and cultural level. Following the work of the late cultural anthropologist, Ernest Becker, and his Pulitzer Prize-winning ebook Denial of Death, this documentary explores the ongoing research of a group of social psychologists that may forever change the method we look at ourselves and the world. Over the last twenty-five years, this squad of researchers has conducted over 300 laboratory studies, which substantiate Becker's claim that death anxiety is a basic motivator of human behavior...
Description: This documentary depicts the wild swinging youth stage of the turbulent 60's, with in-depth footage of hippies doing a protest march vs the Vietnam fight in Washington, D.C., a rowdy Fresh Jersey biker club named the Aliens letting it all hang out, and children having themselves a groovy nice time at a funky Florida rock festival.
Description: 1931: in Ireland, a movie maker hears of an aged ship's carpenter who knows the fate of the Hollandia, a Norse ship that set sail in 1905 and vanished. The old salt has canisters of movie to prove his tale. We see the footage as he narrates. They sail south in June, 1905, with scores of Siberian huskies aboard, meeting no living soul, the team ignorant of the trip's purpose, until they reach Antarctica. A mysterious Italian paces the deck; a polar bear appears, and the Italian, possessed, hunts it down. That night, the boatswain explains to the team how an Arctic bear should be at the South Pole and why the Hollandia has come. Visitors arrive, and the Gothic tale plays out.
Description: Compilation of movie clips from 1905-1915, found footage of silent films and documentaries from the Jean Desmet Archive of the Netherlands Movie Museum. Jean Desmet was one of the first Dutch movie distributors. Lyrisch nitraat is a tribute to the craftsmanship of early filmmakers, but also shows the brittleness of old nitrate films. Composed as an opera about love and death, set to melody by Bizet, Masek and Puccini.
Description: A large doping scandal erupted at the 2001 cross-country skiing globe championship in Lahti, Finland, leading to huge numbers of disqualifications. Athletes from the host country in particular had made generous test of illegal performance-enhancing drugs. It was to be the precursor of more drug situations at the Winter Olympics a year soon in Salt Lake City. When Heroes Lie analyzes the history of doping from the 1970s to the show day, using archive footage and interviews with skiers, coaches and experts.
Description: Documentary about the final five, turbulent years in the life of civil rights activist Martin Luther King. The storyline starts at the Lincoln Memorial in August 1963, when a 34-year-old preacher galvanized millions with his dream for an America gratis of racism and comes to a bloody end five years soon on a motel balcony in Memphis. Lord has since become a mythic figure, an activist whose works and photo are more hotly contested, negotiated and sold than almost anyone else's in American history. (Storyville)
Description: Actor Gary Coleman appears in this instructional video designed to present kids how to be secure and stay safe. Included are hints on accident prevention, how to stay secure when home alone, and another procedures that have been developed by the National Security Council and the American Red Cross.
Description: “If there only was someone to punch, someone to slap or beat, to whom I should unload this frustration and fury”, raves Reyna Patricia. He is one of the HIV-positive, transsexual Maya Indians, whose life is closely followed in the movie Oasis.
Description: "Mammy Water" is mother sea, source of food. Jean Rouch filmed this short documentary in the Gulf of Guinea, in Ghana, where is held a colourful festival, the Chama, in which the participants offer cassava, gin and tobacco to the spirits of water and sacrifice a white ox to thank them and express their gratitude and respect.
Description: The funny tiny features of daily life; the easy things that makes us laugh. An unforgettable performance from Cem Yilmaz. Yilmaz captures the audience with his hilarious stories about relationships, humankind's struggle with the technology and professional life. Yilmaz proves us that a meal delivery or even a funeral might be amusing when considered correctly. Written by Elmalma Brand Communication
Description: The theory of a Nemesis star thThe theory of a Nemesis star that orbits the sun and causes catastrophic happenings each 26 million years is explored.at orbits the sun and causes catastrophic happenings each 26 million years is explored.
Description: At 4.6 billion years old, the Solar System is our solid, safe home in the Universe. But how did it come to be? In this episode we trace the system's birth from a thin cloud of dust and gas. Shocked by a nearby supernova, the pull of gravity and natural rotation spun it into a flat disc from which the Sun and planets coalesced. It all happened in the zone of 700 million years, during which the planets jockeyed for position, dodging the brutal bombardment of deadly asteroids and setting into the neat, stable system that we actually realize might be a rarity in the universe.
Description: In find of a simpler life, a young couple returns home to Alabama where they set out to eat the method their grandparents did – locally and seasonally. But as they navigate the agro-industrial gastronomical complex, they later realize that nearly everything about the meal system has changed since farmers once populated their family histories. A thoughtful and often funny essay on community, the South and sustainability, “Eating Alabama” is a storyline about why meal matters.
Description: The life on Zapotal Santa Cruz, a tiny city in Veracruz, Mexico. Canícula follows the school of the Dance of the Flyers and the folks who surrounds the territory where youngs learn an ancient Mesoamerican ceremony performed by totonacs during the summer.
Description: Eufrosina Cruz was the first girl that became Congress President in Oaxaca. This is the storyline about girls in politics in Mexico and their war to reach their right to vote, their right to be in power. A adventure that just started.
Description: They defied all the odds and all the doubters to perform a sporting miracle! Out of the rubble of their Rugby Globe Cup, Wales are Grand Slam champions once again! And they did it in style - they ran, they stepped and they lit up the Six Nations. The Red Dragon belching out fire and flame on the method to an extraordinary second Slam in four years!
Description: After looking at a photograph from the end of Globe Fight II of two young men holding guns, celebrating the liberation of Warsaw, a documentarian for Polish tv tries to search the men and explore how their lives have went.
Description: Mekas lived in SoHo for a long time, and the turrets naturally kept popping up: when he would movie his mates on the street, hippie events on rooftops, family outings to the waterfront.
Description: Byzance uses a text by Stefan Zweig to describe the Ottoman conquest of the town in 1453. Before he turned to detail filmmaking in 1968 with Naked Childhood, Pialat worked on a series of short films, many of them financed by French television. Byzance is one of Pialat’s six Turkish shorts.
Description: All of Pialat's Turkish movies are uniquely interested in the country — especially Istanbul — as it was, not just as it is at the precise moment that Pialat is filming it. History informs these movies in a large way, with the voiceover narration (which incorporates excerpts from different authors) introducing tension between the photos of the modern-day town and the descriptions of incidents from its long and rich history. Istanbul is probably the most conventional documentary of Pialat's Turkish series, providing a general profile of the titular city, its various neighborhoods, and the various cultures and methods of living that coexist within its sprawling borders. As the another movies in the series also suggest, Pialat sees Turkey, and Istanbul in particular, as a junction mission between Europe and the East, between the old and the new, between history and modernity.
Description: La Corne d'or is mostly concerned with religious ritual, examining the mosque (and former cathedral) discussed in Byzance. As a contrast vs Istanbul's status as a center of historical religious conflict, Pialat — drawing here on texts by the French poet Gérard de Nerval — also describes the town as a zone of strange ethnic and religious harmony, with representatives of different cultures and religions living in close contact. He emphasizes the city's hybrid culture, its blend of Southern European and Arab influences, reflected in both its folks and its very construction.
Description: Maître Galip is the most poetic and strong of Pialat's Turkish Chronicles, using the poems of Nazim Hikmet to accompany a series of evocative photos of ordinary working class folks in Istanbul. This was the movie that Pialat himself claimed was the most finished realization of what he was aiming for with his Turkish documentaries. It's not hard to see why this was his favorite: here he abandons the historical commentary and documentary observation of the another shorts in favor of an emotional emphasis on the lives of the terrible and the unemployed.A short doc by Maurice Pialat.
Description: Pehlivan focuses on a three-day wrestling competition, an ancient tradition that dates back over a thousand years to the time of the Ottoman Empire, originating in the minigames the troops would enjoy to entertain themselves in between battles. Maybe that's why there's more than a tip of homoeroticism in the method the wrestlers oil themselves up with grease, making sure to cover each inch of their bodies so that their enemies will be unable to receive a grip. Pialat's closeups emphasize the men's muscular bodies jammed together and sliding off one another, posed in intimate, twisted arrangements, struggling desperately for a grip on every other's bodies. Arms are jammed down pants, one of the only territories there's some potential for a handhold, and the entire thing is very suggestive and sensual, a form of intimate male contact that's sanctioned as a present of strength and masculinity.
Description: Known for their stunningly pretty colours and mystical powers of transformation, the humble butterfly is revered by many. In one tiny monster lays the mystery of creation as in a short lifetime a full evolution occurs. Amongst the most captivating is the Monarch Butterfly. Known as the wandered , this striking orange insect undertakes a mammoth voyage that many of its larger counterparts should not even fathom. Follow this wonderful monster and let yourself to be lost in its magic as this 3D detail allows you to have a firsthand experience of the glorious Monarch Butterfly. A captivating adventure for the entire family!
Description: is an autobiographical short movie by Werner Herzog made in 1986. Herzog says stories about his life and career. The movie includes excerpts and commentary on few Herzog films, including Signs of Life, Heart of Glass, Fata Morgana, Aguirre, the Wrath of God, The Nice Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner, Fitzcarraldo, and the Les Blank documentary Burden of Dreams. Notable is footage of a conversation between Herzog and his mentor Lotte Eisner, a photographer. In other section, he talks with mountaineer Reinhold Messner, in which they discuss a potential movie project in the Himalayas to star Klaus Kinski.
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