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Description: This movie follows the fortunes of an old Peugeot off loaded in Cotonou, Benin. As it changes hands we receive a glimpse into the lives of its successive owners. Starting with Simon living the sheltered life of an overseas development worker, his cook Joseph, who milks the vehicle as an illegal taxi and the garage mechanics who test to breathe fresh life into it always it breaks down. Then one day the vehicle is left for junk by the roadside. A smithy and sculptor called Simonet salvages bits and pieces to produce the figure Agbo the voodoo god of “night watchman” a task set him by the wise boys of the hamlet of Quassa. After along adventure in a dugout conoe through the lagoons of Benin, the sculpture assumes its role as the protecting fetish of the folks of Quassa.
Description: There is no zone for doubt, sadness and fear in the American army. Still, many troops struggle with these feelings. Beer is Cheaper than Therapy portrays what goes on behind the facade of heroism and the 'John Wayne mentality'.
Description: In 1988, filmmaker Kevin Tomlinson filmed & interviewed a group of back-to-the- land "hippies"--living off-grid, insulated from mainstream culture. In 2006 he tracked down his topics again to search out what had become of their families' utopian plans and dreams.
Description: From director David O. Russell (Three Kings, I Heart Huckabees) comes the controversial documentary chronicling the soldier's struggle with the actual fight in Iraq. Interviews with troops and with Iraqis who played extras in "Three Kings."
Description: When you watch Choice Point, you'll finally receive the answers that'll create all the difference - and what you're going to explore may well surprise you! Imagine how much faster your own adventure to success would be if you should tap into the thinking and experiences of some of the world's leading visionaries, scientists and spiritual leaders, and obtain life-directing guidance from billionaire Richard Branson, visionary Desmond Tutu, creator Jack Canfield and more! And greatest of all, it's not just large names who are featured in this groundbreaking feature-length documentary. You'll also hear about regular folks who massively changed their lives around following the three key Choice Mission pillars of: 1. Understand your globe 2. Align with your purpose 3. Be the change
Description: No single figure in American melody so dominated a category as did Bill Monroe with bluegrass. BILL MONROE: FATHER OF BLUEGRASS MUSIC details performances by Bill Monroe & the Blue Grass Boys, Lester Flatt, Emmylou Harris, Paul McCartney, the Osborne Brothers, Dolly Parton, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, John Hartford and a once-in-a-lifetime Blue Grass Men reunion featuring Del McCoury, Chubby Wise and Bill Keith. The movie details archival footage and rare 1990s performances from Monroe's final years including many of the best songs from his six decades of recording.
Description: Documentary - Sigmund Freud is one of the most necessary personalities of the 20th century and has not only left his imprint on psychology, his very own field of knowledge, but also on of science and cultural and intellectual history; indeed, he has shaped the twentieth century altogether. Otto Brusatti's movie takes us to Vienna, Fresh York, Rome, Paris and London and shows not only previously unknown material about Freud's life and environment but also takes a cautious look on Freud's doctrine.
Description: A vintage Steinway with rusty strings, wood-boring insects, and cat hair clogging the action, is dragged into a workshop and restored over the course of a year by a colourful squad of technicians led by Richard Davenport, a renowned Los Angeles piano doctor.
Description: Four of Fresh Zealand's most celebrated artists adventure to Fiordland. Over the course of a 5 day voyage they not only discover the most spectacular landscapes on earth, but embark on their own artistic response to the wilderness and to its history - in particular the legacy of William Hodges, ship's artist with Captain Cook in 1773. The Waterfall brings some of Fresh Zealand's most renowned contemporary artists to Fiordland, and to the screen: Gerda Leenards, John Walsh, Nigel Brown and Melvin 'Pat' Day. The storyline follows the artistic process of each, from the sketches "en plain air" to the final artwork. A work of art in itself, The Waterfall combines nice characters, a nice yarn, humour and stunning imagery within the natural canvas of Globe Heritage Status Fiordland.
Description: Documentary / Another - Is it possible to shed light on the states of grace experienced by mystics and meditators? Mystical Brain shows us the most newest discoveries of scientific research on this phenomenon in North America and abroad. It seems that mystical ecstasy is a profoundly transformative experience. It should contribute to people's psychic and bodily health, treat depression and speed up the healing process in patients who combine meditation with conventional medicine.
Description: One day in the lives of an average Greenlandic family, which happens to be of nice importance for 8-year old Kali - he's about to catch his first prey with the harpoon. The entire family is looking forward for the large step in boy's maturation.
Description: Documentary about African freedom warrior Amílcar Cabral, whose storyline is said by his relatives and friends. Amílcar, besides being a humanist and nationalist, was also a brilliant poet.
Description: The artist J.M.W. Turner is widely recognised as England’s best painter. Tate has the world’s finest and most extensive collection of his work. Turner at Tate explores Turner’s art through many of his best-known canvases and exquisite sketches and watercolours, all newly and exceptionally filmed in HDTV from the original artworks. Incorporating the landscapes and territories that inspired the works, the movie provides an overview of Turner’s life and - in an available and engrossing method - of critical approaches to his art. The film’s focus is Turner and England, and his work is considered vs the radical social and political changes of the early nineteenth century. Turner at Tate is a movie about concepts and history and landscape, a movie about colour and light. Contributors contain Tate curators Ian Warrell and David Blayney Brown, and art historians Sam Smiles and Barry Venning. Also featured on the DVD are ten extra short films, every of which considers in feature a major work.
Description: Jojo Mayer has assembled the most comprehensive and detailed volume on hand technique for drummers ever available. As both an inspiring instructional way and highly entertaining reference guide,this DVD is invaluable to drummers of each skill level.
Description: Here meet private memory, working knowledge, research interests and anecdotes together to vivid memory about the most necessary German dramatist of the 20th century. When the director Peter Voigt, former assistant director of Brecht at the Berliner Ensemble in 2004, finds a wallet with pictures and captions from the American exile, he pursued this track and discovered that Brecht has everytime worked with photography and film. Peter Voigt puts together an exciting collage of this movie and image material. A conversation with Erdmut Wizisla, the head of Bertolt Brecht Archives, moderated by Harald Müller, forms the dramatic bond of the film.
Description: A searing acc of what happens when raw talent and extreme personalities collide. In this unflinching, never-before-seen acc of drugs and the dark side of professional skateboarding, brothers Tas and Ben Pappas' intense bond and charisma take them from the pinnacle of their sport into a spiraling globe of self-destruction.
Description: This movie is a factual and chronological acc of the happenings preceding the atomic bombing of Hiroshima during Globe Fight II and the significant result of the atomic bomb on peacetime projects and happenings of the atomic age.
Description: On March 1, 1872 President Ulysses S. Grant signed into existence the world's first national park, Yellowstone National Park. The 2.2 million acres of wilderness is the only finished mid-latitude ecosystem left on the planet.
Description: Known as one of the wrestling world's most fearless figures, West Virginian native Dylan "The Necro Butcher" Summers has made his name competing in brutal hardcore matches, often involving stuff such as barbed wire, light tubes or worse. Featuring a compilation of bone-crushing matches, career highlights and the first interview the Butcher has ever granted, this documentary offers a rare glimpse inside the mind of a real madman.
Description: John Bishop and Naomi Bishop show a portrait a peculiar life style of the Himalayan indigenous Sherpa folks in their documentary , the Himalayan Herders. The 76 mins long movie is about the diverse culture and life style of herders community near Mt. Everest region of Nepal.The movie was made in 1997 as a part of Situation Studies in Cultural Anthropology Series.
Description: Behold La Lucha, a "roller derby gone awry" kind of sport -- but without the skates -- that calls drag queens, transvestites, mobsters and a menagerie of another characters its fans. But what is it, exactly? This fascinating documentary answers that burning question and more as it examines how this strange duck first came to be and how it grew to become a cult hit, capturing the imagination of audiences far and wide.
Description: This feature-length educational movie teaches you how to set up your own permaculture orchard at virtually any scale. We recognize the limitations of the organic model as a substitute to conventional fruit growing, and wish to propose a more holistic, regenerative approach based on permaculture principles. Based on 20 years of applied theory and trial and error, biologist and educator Stefan Sobkowiak shares his experience transforming a conventional apple orchard into an abundance of biodiversity that virtually takes care of itself. The concepts, techniques and hints presented in this movie will support you with your own project, whether it is just a several fruit trees in your urban backyard, or a full-scale multi-acre commercial orchard.
Description: A family learns to cope with their developmentally disabled daughter through prayer, patience and outside help in this inspiring Christian program. Diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, a form of autism, Hannah lives in her own globe marked by constant tantrums that challenge her parents and siblings. With support from specialists and her family's faith in God, Hannah improves, and the family grows closer than ever before.
Description: Five German directors celebrate the influence that famed filmmaker Rosa von Praunheim has had on their careers in honor of his 70th birthday. After discussing Praunheim's inspiration, every protégé presents an original short drawn from the experience.
Description: Pop sensations the Lovin' Spoonful perform their largest hits in this collection of tv appearances from the 1960s and '70s. Lead singer and songwriter John Sebastian discusses the band, their melody and their legacy. Songs contain "Summer in the City," "She's Still a Mystery," "Nashville Cats," the hit theme to the sitcom "Welcome Back, Kotter," "Did You Ever Have to Create Up Your Mind?" and "Do You Trust in Magic?"
Description: Documentary - Going behind the usual photos of war-torn Gaza, Swiss documentarian Nicolas Wadimoff offers this look at how folks survive despite constant threat of danger. Kids still play, rappers still make melody and families still love one another. In addition to visiting the United Nations Meal Distribution Center, Wadimoff movies at a derelict amusement park and profiles the DARG TeaM rappers, whose politically charged melody proclaims their defiance. -
Description: In a Chechen town recovering after the war, a boy disappears. As everyday life goes on, those in find are drawn into a globe where encounters with diviners and legal advisors, with the torturers and the tortured, with secret prisons and mythical lakes all become commonplace.
Description: Director Peter Judson's semifictitious tale opens a revealing window into the indie filmmaking process, capturing the trivialities, aggravations and enthusiasm that go into completing a picture. Using footage from an indie film set, e-mails constructing a plotline about distributor difficulties and interviews with indie mainstays such as Steve Buscemi and Sam Rockwell, the movie provides a riveting look at one producer's rejections and rewards.
Description: Daniel Bird narrates the making of Andrzej Zulawski’s 1981 film- Possession- covering the film’s inception, casting, shoot, it’s release in Cannes, and it’s reevaluation and cult status.
Description: It has been 50 years since the lives of 6,500 residents of the zone between Iroquois and Cornwall, Ontario were changed forever as a effect of the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway. The sacrifice made by residents of the zone was immense as those directly impacted by the project were forced to relocate to fresh homes or, in the situation of "house moving", a fresh address. For many, historic connections to their roots were lost forever as 22,000 acres of land were flooded to become part of Lake St. Lawrence.
Description: Jacques Lemonnier of IBM France, Francois Dalle of L'Oreal and another ultrapowerful French moguls are surprisingly candid -- and cold-blooded -- as they discuss their attitudes about business in this startling 1978 documentary. After sounding off about unions, strikes, hierarchy and management, the topics realized how callous they sounded and managed to convince the French government to suppress the film.
Description: A youthful perspective on the 1992 presidential campaign with a witty, cautionary message to young Americans to begin participating in democracy or receive the type of government they deserve.
Description: James Brown's legacy has influenced rap, soul, funk and R&B. But along with his large talent, there's a dark side to Brown's success that contains stints in prison and unceasing tabloid speculation. This in-depth documentary takes a look at the meteoric highs and deep lows of Brown's career, offering some fascinating insights from the Godfather of Soul himself, as well as interview footage with Chuck D, Tiny Richard, Wyclef Jean and many others.
Description: Documentary - Filmed at the Musikvereinssaal in Vienna, Austria, this 1986 performance took zone at a benefit concert to raise funds for the restoration of the world-famous concert hall. Renowned conductor Leonard Bernstein leads the Wiener Philharmoniker through Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich's rarely performed Sixth Symphony and his joyous Ninth Symphony. Premium details contain Bernstein discussing his special take on every of these masterful pieces. - Valery Gergiev, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, Flora Litvinova
Description: Poet and performance artist Timothy "Speed" Levitch, who starred in a documentary about his life philosophy in 1998, is back in this meditation on life in post-September 11 Fresh York City. Touring "ground zero" with director Richard Linklater, Levitch discusses his concepts on the creation of a memorial, what it's like to live with fear (or not to live with it) and more.
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