See Pierre Haski & Stuart Ewen.
See RDC : Virunga, au-dessus du vo.
See DAWLA - Crise capitaliste au m.
See Four Horsemen - Feature Docume.
See Pierre Haski & Stuart Ewen.
See Zeitgeist Addendum.
See Pierre Haski & Stuart Ewen.
See Zeitgeist: The Movie [2010 Upd.
See Zeitgeist: Addendum (2008).
See Nous sommes Légion - L'His.
Description: Filmmaker Warwick Thornton investigates our relationship to the Southern Cross, in this fun and thought provoking ride through Australia's cultural and political landscape.
Description: In the early 1970s a young guitarist from Austin, Texas began to create his name on the local blues circuit, committed to a musical form many thought outdated. A decade on, that same guitarist became an international superstar. A user of passion, energy and awe-inspiring technical virtuosity, Stevie Ray Vaughan not only brought the blues heritage of his home state to a global audience, he reinvigorated the category itself, introducing it to a fresh generation of listeners in the process. This movie reveals and dissects the formative years of Stevie Ray Vaughan's career; his influences, his first recordings and the bands with whom he honed his craft and traces the history of Texas blues itself, identifying Vaughan's zone within this larger tradition. It is the adventure of both a musical form and the single-minded musician who brought it firmly back into the spotlight after decades of neglect.
Description: The physician and professor Herman Lundborg headed the world’s first state racial biology institute in Uppsala, Sweden, from 1922 to ’35. He was obsessed by the threat of racial mixing between Sámi, Finns and Swedes in the north. On his travels, he is drawn to a girl of Finnish-Sámi descent, and has a kid with her.
Description: In spring 1997, after few delays, The Video Dream Mixes was released. It details melody material from The Dream Mixes, combined with movies of US landscapes and alienated sights of Venice, pictures and pc animated graphics and virtual views from outer space. The movie material was mixed up with clips showing the band on scene or during journeys. Most of the material was filmed by Edgar Froese.
Description: When you listen to The Years, the debut studio recording from Urbanites, you're hearing a band in progress. They wanted to create The Years differently, and decided to record the album together, live, in the same zone - Studio A of Electrical Audio in Chicago, Illinois. With the exception of limited overdubs, (vocals, drum ensembles and laptop atmospherics) every song represented one collective take, warmly captured to two inch analogue tape. This recording way embraced the mistake as much as the moment. They also chose to document the making of the record with a film, appropriately titled, 'You Can't Rewind The Years'. With a fresh understanding and years of progress to come, these longtime mates are making the melody that they'd everytime hoped to. As they sing, in The Years' standout track Restless, "Not without trial, not without err - this brokenness is ours to share."
Description: San Francisco's North Beach in the 50's - A mix of jazz, poetry and art - The Beach recreates the atmosphere that prevailed through first-hand accounts from the current "players" along with photographs and artwork from that vibrant time.
Description: The 45 minute movie follows Logic through the making of the album which has a lot of contributions from guest artists, musicians and instrumentalists. Even his wife Jessica Andrea has guest vocals on few songs and skits. There is one stage where the rapper gets very emotional about the content of the album and how much love he gets from his dedicated fans.
Description: There is certainly some pressure to procreate in Western societies, but in some countries, it’s not even a question of choice. Married but childless, director Aicha Macky’s circumstance is judged unacceptable in her native Niger. Doctors haven’t been able to determine why she can’t conceive, but in her conservative Muslim society, girls are everytime getting blamed for infertility, while boys are rarely diagnosed. Speaking to her departed mother who died in childbirth, she expresses her deep sadness: “By giving life, you lost yours, whereas I’m dying a slow death by not being able to give life.” Drawing from her private experience, Macky bravely addresses the taboo of childlessness and the stigma Nigerien girls like her gotta endure. Through delicate, exquisitely shot portraits, and sensitive observation of another women’s secret suffering, she finds a method to affirm herself as a fulfilled individual among mothers.
Description: Scientists forming the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) feature signs of the global reach and impact of rising temperatures and warming oceans. From the Arctic to Fiji to the Amazon rainforest, humans and animals are being forced to confront the local results of this change.
Description: From Waltham Abbey to the River Thames, "Lea River Bridges" documents a single dérive through East London, taking the many overhead structures that span the River Lea as its structuring principle.
Description: A year after Thadd and Shannon gave birth to their son, A Conversation Between Parents highlights a climactic conversation in their lives -- as both young parents grasp at the last threads of their ideal family. On an afternoon off of work, the couple sits on their couch, while their son sleeps in his crib, and the family grapples with their limited options one last time. Dietrich’s camera ties the couple’s painful conversation together with flashbacks of both parents’ precious memories of their first year with Jasper, attempting to search a method to articulate their struggles in the last conversation they have together as a couple.
Description: A 4 year-old man stands in awe of a 1,000 year-old Viking boat in a tiny Norwegian museum and finds within its silent grace an impressionistic sweep of picture and melody revealing the rich spirit of Norway and its people.
Description: In October 2012, after 123 years, the cotton factory Honegger of Albino closed down, in the middle valley of Bergamo, where working is a religion. In the cotton factory, the zone at the loom was handed down from mother to daughter, and newly employed workers were sure to have found "ol pà 'n véta", their bread and butter for a life time. Following for a entire winter the everyday life of three workers on unemployment benefits, the movie narrates the decline, actually definitive, of a entire concept of work and society and the subsequent emptiness. Such a transition concerns the entire of Italy, where a fourth of the industrial power was lost in the last five years. However, Italy is not clearly dealing with such a transition yet. Actually that bread is finished, how are we going to reinvent our life?
Description: Edi Felix, a talented young musician, has worked on his EP for few months. At first a pet project, his EP Strangers, evolved into a more serious work and becoming one of two targets to be finished for the entire year. EP follows the last night of that journey, The EP release show. Join Edi Felix amongst a cast of mates and family as he headlines his achievement.
Description: Egypt's two best Pharaohs, Khufu and Ramesses II, built their method to immortality through architectural marvels including the temples of Abu Simbel and the Nice Pyramid of Giza
Description: Drawing on VHS tapes of a programme hosted by her mother on Bulgaria’s national television, the filmmaker gives a pop-style and in-depth chronicle of the gentle – even “over-gentle” – 1989 revolution.
Description: January 2011 : the revolution bursts in Tunisia, my father’s country. The Tunisian folks shout in a rage and I, here in Paris, can feel their revolt vibrating in my heart.
Description: Letter from Beirut documents the filmmaker's return to Beirut during one of the lulls, three years after the outbreak of the civil war, animated by the urge to return. She is confronted by the physical, emotional and psychological ravages of the war, terrified and sorrowful, she cannot search her zone in the city. In that quest, she communicates with daily people, friends, neighbors, folks riding the bus across the city's eastern and western flanks. To pace her journeying and dramatic unraveling of the film, Saab borrows the guise of a letter read in a voice-over, written by world-renowned poet Etel Adnan. A rare document from the civil war, Letter from Beirut lays bare and spontaneously how folks create sense of their daily in the midst of chaos, violence, terror and sorrow.
Description: Williams, who was raised by his mother and aunt, had been trying for months to receive his mother to talk about his father, whom he had never met and knew nothing about. Having finally relented, she allowed him to come to Paris, where she was living, and movie an interview.
Description: Gary Russell of Marvel Comics' Doctor Who Magazine investigates the globe of BBV. In a relatively short zone of time and with relatively tiny amounts of money, Bill Baggs has produced a series of videos which have a unique appeal for Doctor Who fans. Stranger Than Fiction looks at the development of BBV's production techniques, through story, rehearsal and shooting. There's a possibility to explore the origins of the scripts, as well as to see lost scenes from the Stranger videos and The AirZone Solution. This fascinating behind the scenes storyline is said with revealing, on the spot Hi-8 footage, together with exclusive star interviews.
Description: More than 30 years have actually passed since a certain time traveling police box first materialized on our tv screens, and the exploits of its different teams have enthralled audiences ever since. Here is the storyline of Britain's Number 1 Science Fiction programme said in order of the different actors who have played the Doctor.
Description: In the second "Stranger Than Fiction" documentary, Tag Gatiss explores the three recent BBV productions; "The Terror Game", "Breach of the Peace" and "The Zero Imperative", from the writers perspective. Using behind-the-scenes Hi-8 footage, outtakes and interviews with Colin Baker, Jon Pertwee, Sylvester McCoy and Nickname Briggs, this fascinating documentary examines the script from initial beginnings, through hero and narrative development to its eventual realisation on the screen.
Description: In January 1996 filming began on a fresh episode of Doctor Who set in San Francisco, but shot in Vancouver, Canada. Sylvester McCoy flew out to join the production squad to re-create his role as the Seventh Doctor and to hand over to Paul McGann. In this behind-the-scenes video diary, Sylvester gives us a private acc of his final days as the popular Timelord. Reminiscing about the "old days" and drawing comparisons with the experience of working on this recent adventure, he talks to Paul McGann, Daphne Ashbrook (Dr Grace Holloway) from the fresh production and Anneke Wills (Polly) from the show's past. All shot on Hi-8 camcorder.
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