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Description: Angeles Town in the Philippines is a well-known sex tourism destination. Hundreds of local young girls work in the bars and nightclubs offering extra services for the cash they desperately need to create ends meet and feed their families. The true victims though are the sex workers’ children, conceived by foreign travellers. In most cases, the children have never met their fathers who, after visiting for a brief holiday, either don’t know or care that their own offspring have been left behind. The burden of raising the kids rests entirely on the shoulders of the already struggling mothers. An RT Doc movie team visits Angeles Town to meet the kids abandoned by foreign sex tourist fathers, revealing their lives and dreams and some heartfelt messages for the estranged fathers.
Description: Invasion 1897 is an epic movie based on the invasion of the Benin Kingdom by the British Empire in 1897 and the looting the priceless ancient artifacts of the Benin kingdom.
Description: Among a congregation of queer girls of color artists, the Holy Trinity is the heart of a tour centering on the power, inspiration, and real-talk of a group of five poets who hit the street to perform in seven states in nine days.
Description: Is there such a thing as strictly feminine cinema? Is it more hard for a girl than for a boy to direct a film? Is gender parity important in the industry? Actress and producer Julie GAYET and actor and director Mathieu BUSSON ask these questions to twenty French girl filmmakers, who face a camera together for the first time. After over an hour of lively, informal, spontaneous and funny interviews, it becomes obvious that these problems are still problematic and definitely worthy of a documentary. As Mia HANSEN-LØVE remarks, “In the eyes of the people, a woman’s movie is everytime a woman’s film, while a man’s film is simply… a movie”.
Description: Short topics anti-communist 'documentary' in which foreign-born film stars such as Leslie Caron and Ricardo Montalban urge the audience (in their native tongues, subtitled) to write letters home speaking of how unbelievable life in the United States is.
Description: The documentary follows the life of a blind couple who, despite social prejudice, decided to have a child. Ferike has a dream: when he grows up, he will accumulate the cash for his parents’ surgery so that they can regain their eyesight and be able to see just like him. For the time being, he accompanies them in their everyday life. He assists them everywhere: in a shop, on the method to work, in a museum or the zoo. The parents do their greatest to have the son play his childhood just like his peers and, at the same time, not transport too far away from them.
Description: In WIM, documentary movie maker Lut Vandekeybus takes you on a adventure through the energetic, poetic and complex universe of her brother, the lauded choreographer and director Wim Vandekeybus. It is a spirited portrait of an impressive career.
Description: Motherland - A Genetic Adventure is a moving, feature-length documentary shot on three continents, and amongst the most ambitious factual programmes on the BBC in newest times. Motherland used genetics to enable members of the African diaspora to trace for the first time their African ancestry. Three Black Britons become the first folks ever to uncover what Alex Haley, creator of Roots, should only dream of - to "go back" to Africa and reconnect with the precise population groups from which their ancestors were separated by slavery.
Description: Venture into the murky waters of the illegal dolphin trade in International Wildlife Movie Festival Merit Award champion The Dolphin Dealer. Five years in the making and featuring unprecedented footage of the illicit globe of dolphin trading, it profiles Christopher Porter, who infamously perpetrated the biggest capture and export of dolphins in history - an act he maintains was justified. Like Blackfish before it, The Dolphin Dealer is a haunting portrait of the ethics of the billion-dollar aquatic leisure industry.
Description: A look at the restoration of Ridley Scott's Blade Runner (1982) and the creation of its final cut, including the tweaking and/or erasing of some of the original's beloved goofs.
Description: When three young boys set off to cross the United States on single-speed, fixed-gear bicycles, the physical challenge itself is incredibly daunting. But these are not just three tough guys; they ride to raise cash and awareness for diabetes and to support disabled Kenyan kids. The movie focuses on Adam, himself a Type-1 diabetic who has to manage his disease while riding up to 150 miles a day. And it says the touching stories of two diabetic kids the group meets along the way, and how they change the men's lives. But the ride has its comical side, too: The three are chased by wild dogs in Kentucky, ditch their rain-battered tent in Kansas to sleep on picnic tables, engage in an insane minigame of "foot down" with a bunch of bikers in Oregon, and struggle hilariously to achieve their target of singing karaoke in all 16 states they pass through on their zigzag 6,500-mile journey.
Description: From the director of ‘THE SECRET’ comes this unparalleled and life-changing movie about the astonishing power and intelligence of your heart. Featuring some of the most inspiring and influential icons of our age including Paulo Coelho, Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Isabel Allende, and Eckhart Tolle, ‘THE POWER OF THE HEART’ – which ties into a ebook of the same name – is an experience that will lead you to uncover... and rediscover... the treasure in your chest.
Description: In 1975 Dynamo Kiev became the first Soviet squad to victory a major European trophy. The team’s rapid rise was remarkable and attributed to one man: Valeri Vasilievich Lobanovskyi. His technique as a manager is actually the items of folklore - not least for his imposing a fitness regime so brutal that his users looked upon the matches themselves as relaxing.
Description: An interview with the creator and, at the same time, an exciting voyage through some cult virtual-hyper-reality-simulacro. The OJ chase, Hollywood forever cemetery, Dr. Phil are just some ingredients of this delightful visual trippy cake.
Description: After the insurrection erupted in Libya in the spring of 2012, more than a million folks flocked to neighboring Tunisia in find of a secure haven from the escalating violence. When a heavy refugee camp was hastily constructed near the Ras Jdir border checkpoint in Tunisia, a trio of filmmakers carried their cameras in and began filming with no agenda. This on-the-fly chronicle of the camp's installation, operation, and dismantling captures a postmodern Babel finished with a multinational population of displaced folk, a regime of humanitarian aid workers, and international media that broadcasts its “image” to the world. Visually stunning and refreshingly undogmatic, Babylon reveals a rarely seen aspect of the Arab Spring.
Description: Brussels, Béguinage church. Migrants organize a hunger strike to receive papers. A boy dies. Tunisia, Libya. A border camp of Choucha refugees say the horror of crossing the Sahara to the north. Liège. In a refugee center, a boy narrates his Mediterranean crossing in a chamber of air. Three moments of a war for survival.
Description: ELECTED is a movie about five young German politicians aged 25 to 32, who are elected for the first time into the German Parliament, the Bundestag: a physicist from Leipzig, a pianist from Ingolstadt, an architect from Forchheim, a lawyer from Ludwigsburg and a graduated lawyer from Oberhausen. Their legislative period started in 2009 and will end in 2013. What do they expect to happen in Berlin? What are their concepts and maybe doubts? How will their lives change actually that they are part of "important politics"? Can they live up to their own resolutions? Can they change something or will they just blend in? How do they experience democracy in their home country? What type of success or disappointments will they experience?
Description: In 1975 the composer Robert Ashley embarked on an ambitious work titled Melody With Roots in the Aether. He named it an Opera (or piece of theater depending on the case) for television. The work is comprised of seven, two hours sections. Every “episode” is dedicated to investigations, interviews, and performances of his one of his peers – David Behrman, Philip Glass, Alvin Lucier, Gordon Mumma, Pauline Oliveros, and Terry Riley respectively, with the final reserved for himself.
Description: This is the finished storyline of NASA's Moon Missions, from Apollo 1 to Apollo 17, said for the first time using 4K and HD original footage taken by astronauts from the most iconic zone voyages in history.
Description: Embrace follows body photo activist Taryn Brumfitt's crusade as she explores the global trouble of body loathing, inspiring us to change the method we feel about ourselves and think about our bodies.
Description: A behind-the-scenes look at the making of this Oscar winning thriller, prepared for its tenth anniversary. Contains interviews with star Anthony Hopkins, as well as another members of the cast and crew, giving their views on the experience of creating this masterpiece of terror and suspense.
Description: Bomarsund 1854 says the storyline of two humanists, whose actions during the Crimean Fight prevented bloodshed. They are the British hydrographer, Bartholomew James Sulivan, and the Russian commandant, Jacov Andreyevitch Bodisco, two boys who fought on opposite sides in the war. It also traces the rise and fall of the multi-cultural community of Bomarsund. The tiny island of Åland, located in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland, played a significant role in the fight that raged during 1854, originally named the Oriental Fight and partially fought in Northern Europe. The Baltic campaigns became the forgotten theatre of the Crimean War. The attention awarded happenings elsewhere has overshadowed the significance of this theatre, which lay close to the Russian capital of St Petersburg.
Description: The old bus "Tired Theodore" came into service in 1954 and operated for long periods along the line Lumparland - Mariehamn. One summer day a number of older folks had gathered for a bus ride along the winding country streets in Lumparland, and to relive old memories. At the same time one of the locals, Putte Karlsson, took up a huge project: rebuilding the old mill in Lumparby. The mill was owned by his grandfather, skipper and farmer in the village. Sawmills previously existed in many villages in Åland Islands but today they are no longer in use. It is a large challenge and many are skeptical that Putte will place everything to work.
Description: The "Herzogin Cecilie" flew before the wind; she was considered the fastest windjammer of her day. Launched by Rickmers boatyard in 1902, the four-masted training barkentine carried saltpetre from Chile and wheat from Australia to Europe. She won the “great grain race” between Down Under and Europe a total of eight times for her Finnish owner Gustaf Erikson. In 1936, she finished the voyage between Wallaroo in South Australia and the English port of Falmouth in just 86 days. But she was never to create it back to her home port. Leaving Falmouth in rough seas and a dense fog, she ran into cliffs and started taking on water. The barque’s last trip was also the honeymoon of captain Sven Erikson and his fresh bride, journalist and writer Pamela Bourne. Under the watchful eye of the international press, they undertook wonderful efforts to save the ship.
Description: A tale, said by his five daughters, of the life and death of a boy very representative of a Protestant Switzerland in the early 20th century where life was conditioned by the work ethic. He was first a farmer, then a factory worker, then the head of a tiny family affair where his daughters became his workers. The business grew into an huge factory that would be eventually taken over by the only son. The five stories present us the family and professional context of the first half of the 20th century. They are also five various versions of the serene death of a boy who felt he had done his duty. The movie illustrates the concepts of Maximum Weber, known for their importance in understanding the Western civilization that emerged from the Reformation.
Description: Multi-faceted artist Phil Niblock captures a brief moment of an interstellar communication by the Arkestra in their prime. Black turns white in a so-called negative post-process, while Niblock's camera focuses on microscopic features of hands, bodies and instruments. A brilliant tribute to the Sun Lord by other brilliant supra-planetary sovereign. (Eye of Sound)
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