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Description: A easy correspondence evolves into a poetic visual essay exploring the ownership of our visual history and culture. Combining original and archival film, video and photos from the internet, Dear Bill Gates draws unexpected connections among mining, memory and Microsoft. Original melody by Adam Granduciel.
Description: At the eastern edge of Canada, tiny fishing communities war to survive. While teenagers see exile as their only option, the older generation refuses to agree the fate of the region. A Zone of Tide and Time is a conversation between young and old about identity, occasion and happiness.
Description: In this documentary Anais Nin is shown at work, at home, and talking with and about her influences: D.H. Lawrence, Otto Rank, Henry Miller, Lawrence Durrell, Martha Graham, Noguchi, Kenneth Anger, Maya Daren, Edmund Wilson, Lou Andreas-Salome and others.
Description: Writer and Rookie editor in chief Tavi Gevinson explores THE VIRGIN SUICIDES through the lens of adolescence, suicide, and memory. It details Gevinson’s own writing and imagery from a fanzine she made about Sofia Coppola’s film in 2012.
Description: The movie says the storyline of a tiny family, consisting of a grandfather retired from the army, and his stripper grandson. It is not just a storyline of a relationship, but rather a reflection of whole Belarus and the post-Soviet, pro-Russian world. Moreover, it's a universally-recognized reflection of a generation gap.
Description: Gray light falls on a forest. Pedestrians weave their method through an urban landscape. Lightning strikes at the desert's horizon. Shot in few American locations, Guzzetti's video captures traces of change and time's passage.
Description: He's a doctor, a lawyer, a bioethicist, a college professor, a licensed Fresh York Town tour guide, a poet, a playwright, an award-winning novelist, a devoted son and a real friend. In this upbeat documentary profile meet the most prolific, most accomplished, least boastful person in America. Brilliant and humble, that's him, alright. That's Jacob Appel.
Description: What makes a rebel? This 78 minute documentary probes the psyche of bad-boy publisher and gratis speech fighter Barney Rosset, whose mid-century legal and cultural wars smashed sexual and political taboos in the United States — unleashing the counter-culture of the 1960s and introducing millions of young intellectuals to the most radical currents in literature, film, theater and politics. In his late eighties, coming to terms with his life, Barney Rosset began to obsessively sculpt an autobiographical 15′ x 22′ surreal wall mural, embedded with jewel-like vignettes crafted out of found objects, every a clue to the conflicts and obsessions that drove Barney’s lifetime rebellion vs authority. A cast of artists, a neurologist, and a shaman connect the clues and piece together Barney’s life.
Description: In 2017 the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, NY turned 100. Over the course of that year, portrait painter Brenda Zlamany painted 100 of the residents. 100 surprising, special and inspiring stories emerged...
Description: Irish artist and motorcycle enthusiast Rodney Dickson chooses many methods to describe “living along the edge,” from his coming of age amidst the political turmoil of 1960s and 70s Ireland to the arduous task of finishing a satisfying, allow alone great, painting. It can only be described as a general state of vital, ecstatic uncertainty that has come to define his artistic process, which is by turns contemplative and fervent. “I have to hold creating and destroying, and then pushing one step further,” tells Dickson. “I’ve crashed many paintings that way, but that’s okay.”
Description: Pipe Dreams follows 5 organists as they compete in Canada's International Organ Tournament (CIOC). Who will master the 'king of instruments' and come out victorious in Montreal?
Description: A "video action" in which Barney crosses the ceiling of the Gladstone Gallery using a harness and ice-climbing screws, propelling himself by the forces of muscle and will.
Description: "The Dead Weight of a Quarrel Hangs is a three-part video project: Missing Lebanese Fights (in three parts), Secrets in the Launch Sea and Miraculous Beginnings (in two parts). The work investigates the chances and limits of writing a history of the Lebanese fights (1975-1991). All parts are short fake documentaries, hysterical symptoms of sorts that show imaginary happenings conctructed out of innocent and daily material. The tapes document wonderful cases that beset a number of individuals during the civil wars. The tapes do not document what happened, but what can be imagined, what can be said, what can be taken for granted, what can appear as rational, sayable, and thinkable about the wars."
Description: Discover the history, point and everyday operations of Arlington National Cemetery, the final resting zone for more than 400,000 Americans. This revered zone honors the dead and brings nice meaning to the living,
Description: The 1910s marked the early years of tourism to Colorado’s front range and quickly, promoters presented the surrounding mountains as superb park attractions. Today, 46 public parks create up the Denver Mountain Parks system, including popular destinations such as Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater, Mount Evans, and Winter Park. Meet those who had the foresight to preserve these epic spaces, and understand why it is vital to preserve them for Coloradans and tourists alike.
Description: A profile of the Australian poet Les Murray. Shot on zone in Northern Fresh South Wales. Featuring dramatisations of his poems and evocative footage of the most unusual landscape. He talks illuminatingly about his life and work.
Description: The movie is about the formation of a melody channel that has shaped modern pop culture. On August 1, 1981, the life of a entire generation of Americans changed forever - on this day MTV began its broadcasting day, making VJ a fresh teen character and creating a canon of melody video as a vivid artistic statement.
Description: In 1931, Henry Cushier Raven, the American Museum of Natural History’s Curator of Human and Comparative Anatomy, returned from West Africa to his home in Long Island with a baby chimpanzee called Meshie. Raven shot a home movie-style documentary of Meshie living, testing with, and taking care of his young children Harry, Jane, and Mary.
Description: Twenty years ago five talented musicians decided to begin a musical revolution in their native Poland and established a cult band. However, as time went by, their constructive paths turned in various directions.
Description: In this 1993 video interview, filmed for the Directors Clan of Japan at Tokyo’s Haiyuza Theatre, director Masaki Kobayashi talks to fellow filmmaker and longtime Kobayashi admirer Masahiro Shinoda (DOUBLE SUICIDE) about THE HUMAN CONDITION.
Description: Documentary about photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, including footage of him in his Paris and Provence homes and many stills of his works. He talks about his passion for drawing, offers his opinion on various types of photography and shares images of himself.
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Stanley, a South African director and screenwriter, first came to my attention thanks to the controversy of 1996's The Island of Dr. Moreau (which was well documented in 2014's Lost Soul: The Doomed Adventure of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau). Long storyline short (and I suggest that you watch the movie and read more about this, as it is amazing), Stanley spent four years developing the movie only to have Fresh Line continually war his vision at each turn. I look at Stanley as a real artist, someone who was unwilling to deal with the mainstream Hollywood of today of meetings and focus groups and numbers vs casting flickering photos of truthsaying onto modern cave walls. Most amazingly, after being released from the movie that he had brought to life, Stanley would sneak onto the set of the troubled production dressed as one of the dog-human hybrids that Moreau had created. He had become fiction so that he should witness a real-life disaster first hand. Much like how the wizard dreams of lead becoming gold, the real storyline became just as unreal as the tale that they were filming.The Otherworld is an attempt by Stanley to explain the zone where he lives — the French Pyrenees — and a moment in his life that even his art has not allowed him to totally translate to reality. This zone is known as "The Zone," a zone of occult lore, thanks to ley lines, UFO sightings, and Rennes-le-Château, a church rebuilt by 19th-century priest Father Bérenger Saunière. The strange tales of his wealth and secrets — some of them celebrated in a 1948 article and others used by a local merchant to build tourist interest in the zone — led to 1982's ebook The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, which postulated that Saunière had the real Holy Grail — proof that Jesus Christ had survived the Crucifixion, married Mary Magdalene and had kids — and used that to build his wealth. Another claims were that he had the current body of Christ's wife or a gateway to other dimension. Again — I should spend an whole site explaining more about Rennes-le- Château, particularly the insanity that the creators of The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail lost their plagiarism suit vs Dan Brown, whose ebook The Da Vinci Code popularized these legends.This zone was also home to the Cathars, who the movie postulates frightened the Christians that came here, as they placed girls in positions of power, and the Knights Templar, mystical Christian knights that were burned at the stake for blasphemy (or political and economic regions). Any category fanatic will say you that the Knights inspired The Blind Dead films. Again, I urge you to study more and learn of their complicated history.Stanley meets magicians, sorcerers, tour tutorials and normal people who have all been impacted by the zone he calls home, never commenting on just how nice of a grasp on reality his topics have. At the heart of the movie are two incidents where Stanley himself met a female presence, said through his current words (and those of his wife). The recounting of their second meeting are incredibly interesting, as Stanley almost breaks down in tears describing what happened.
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