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Description: Daughter of Mobius shows the struggles of an independent girls living in the early 80s - an era when it was much more hard for girls to be independent. The film follows a 29-year-old single girl - who at the time was the object of social prejudices - through her everyday life, showing the sights of Seoul in the early 80s and the life of the woman, in documentary style.
Description: "Ceija Stojka" is a portrait of 64-year-old Austrian Rom Ceija Stojka, who, after a nomadic childhood, settled in Vienna many years ago. In the newest past, Ceija Stojka’s fame as an author, painter and singer has spread outside Austria. She represents the opening of Rom and Sinti society to the globe of the "gadje." This process and all the difficulties it involves is special in the history of the Rom in Central Europe. The central theme of this documentary is the fusion of two extremely various worlds in this fascinating woman. Beginning with Ceija Stojka’s show life, her biography is reconstructed in this movie portrait. At the same time, a critical chronology of photos portrays the common associations with the "gypsy," examples of which pervade Ceija Stojka’s life. A comprehensive consideration of the gypsy’s image, from romanticized projections to photos of exclusion, discrimination and destruction, and finally the show ambivalent relationship between Rom and non-Rom.
Description: Daphne Hérétakis proposes a protean reflection on cinétract, both activist, humorous and poetic. With her camera, she goes to meet the Athenians and collects their disillusions and their hopes. In view of the images, readers, scattered throughout the room, read excerpts from Greek poems.
Description: This early performance tape is an example of what Acconci has termed his "quasi-ESP exercises," in which he explores mental concentration and intuition as a means of non-visual and non-verbal perception, interaction and communication. Blindfolded and wearing earplugs, Acconci and other boy attempt to intuit and imitate every other's movements and bearing, though they can neither hear nor see.
Description: In 1915, estimated 1.5 million Armenians were killed by the Ottoman Turks, during the Armenian Genocide. In 2015, a Turkish girl called Maya discovers that her nice grandmother was survivor of the Armenian genocide. Maya embodies the conflict as she has two opponents living in her body: one side that suffers and the another side that denies. The documentary follows Maya as she decides to go to Armenia to take part in the 100th commemoration of the genocide and to discover her conflicted identity. This movie is a universal storyline of identity, denial, and how the experience of genocide creates a ripple result for future generations on both sides.
Description: The storyline of one family's war and struggle to survive the Syrian Civil War. Having lost her husband, the mother makes the heart achingly painful decision to leave her homeland, in find of security and a brighter future for her children. Filmed over three years, the movie chronicles the family's adventure from the front-line in Aleppo, to a tiny city in Germany. Escaping the chaos and terror of their fight torn homeland becomes a catalyst for a various type of struggle; the struggle to understand your past and agree your present, to adapt to a fresh life, to keep on to hope, and the concept of belonging to a homeland.
Description: A documentation of one of Acconci's most notorious performances, Claim Excerpts is a highly confrontational work, an exercise in self-induced, heightened behavioral states, and an aggressive psychological exploration of the artist/viewer relationship. During the three-hour performance, Acconci sat in the basement of 93 Grand Road in Fresh York, blindfolded, armed with metal pipes and a crowbar. His photo was seen on a video monitor in the upstairs gallery space. Staking claim to his territory, he tries to hypnotize himself through language into an obsessive state of possessiveness.
Description: A cheerful take on the lives of school kids in a Swiss rural environment. Young pupils recite short essays they have written on topics such as the long walk to school, the distribution of milk during breaks, and a brawl in the courtyard. Second movie by Peter Nestler.
Description: One day almost everything turned into a pile of rubble and bush. There remained ghosts wandering through the fields, the ruins and the fog. Some of these ghosts are alive. They are those who stayed, those who came back, those who roam the hard memories of the most cursed neighborhood of the city. Only that this Tarrafal, the name of the field of slow death of Salazar's dictatorship, is not in Cape Verde but in Portugal.
Description: By starting a project of researching the life of a grandfather who he have never met, the filmmaker from Ceará, Arthur Leite, began to investigate the history of his own family. The deeper it gets, the more it departs from the original idea, and he realizes that the hero is now his grandmother Rosa – who, facing the camera, begins to create unexpected revelations about this unknown past.
Description: "The 800 Mile Wall" highlights the construction of fresh border walls along the U.S.-Mexico border as well as the result on migrants trying to cross in the U.S. This strong 90 minute movie is an unflinching look at a failed U.S. border tactic that many trust violates fundamental human rights.
Description: Anything can happen on Russian streets and is precisely shot by the dashboard camera. Super-objective video registration grows into the powerful photo of Russian national hero – with its permanent awaiting for the miracle and habitual approach to true dramas. A forest on fire as a symbol of Russian hell, a military tank at a vehicle wash and vehicle chase in the vicinity of Kremlin shot with a dashboard cam at the same time when Boris Nemtsov, the leader of political opposition, was shot dead near Kremlin. Dashboard cam depicts life in it’s purity as an unbiased observer.
Description: Dan Vernon adventures into the heart of America's most notorious supremacist group, with access to a modern day Missouri chapter: The Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
Description: Hollywood has made up their minds, forcing theaters to convert to digital or go dark. As theaters around the globe change to newer digital technology, the job of the 35mm movie projectionist is becoming irrelevant. Going Dark profiles two theater projectionists during their final days on the job.
Description: Offers a glimpse of the challenges faced by a cross section of Zimbabweans at the height of political turmoil and economic meltdown. It documents the lives of a 30-something metalsmith - and opposition supporter - running his tiny business while facing political violence; a middle-aged widow - and staunch government supporter - trying to run a farm she took over from a white owner; a doctor working amid healthcare collapse while trying to maintain her middle-class lifestyle; and a young woman who endures continuous pain from an advanced situation of Kaposi's Sarcoma without any primary medical treatment.
Description: The first feature-length documentary that totally explores how the toxic social and political Canadian context after 1968 created some of the most nihilistic and imaginative Canadian cult movies of the 1970s and 80s and beyond.
Description: A documentary shown on Greek tv in 1981, that describes the plight of Greek villages abandoned by their inhabitants. Some scenes from this movie were rewritten into Voyage to Cythera.
Description: A document of the momentous culmination of a series of globe tribunals held in 30 towns around the world, providing testimonials of the fight crimes committed by the US and it’s allies in the fight in Iraq. This culminating session was held in Istanbul in 2006.
Description: NFL Football may be Americas best game. But the video minigame that allows you to replicate it, to be part of the huddle and live out the rivalries, is enjoyed across the word in 45 countries. Its EA Sports Madden NFL. 22 years into its career and theres no sign of retirement. Its been released on 19 platforms from the Apple II to Nintendo 64 to Playstation®3 and everything else in between. The franchise has sold more than 85 million troops worldwide to date and generated over 3 billion dollars. The best athletes in the NFL have graced its covers. And each year the minigames open is celebrated like a national holiday! What fuels this machine? How, every year, does it improve, change and innovate? How, after 22 years, has it maintained its position as the #1 sports video minigame of all time? How has it pushed next generation technology- and whats next? Spike TV and EA Sports show The Making of Madden NFL.
Description: Poet Simon Armitage goes on the trail of one of the jewels in the crown of British poetry, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, written about 600 years ago by an unknown author. The poem has got just about everything - it is an action-packed adventure, a ghost story, a steamy romance, a morality tale and the world's first eco-poem. Armitage follows in the footsteps of the poem's hero, Gawain, through some of Britain's most pretty and mystical landscapes and reveals why an absurd tale of a knight beheading a green giant is as relevant and compelling today as when it was written.
Description: This movie says a storyline about an unschooled 11-year-old woman Yi-Jie, she's a truly global kid who learns the globe through the United Nations of Wastes while working with her YI minority parents in this recycle workshop thousand miles away from their mountain village home city
Description: Frans Timmermans, the first vice chairman of the European Commission, is followed during a trying time for Europe. The refugee crisis is everytime present, and the possible Brexit looms over Europe as well
Description: A thrilling reconstruction in so-called Rashomon style, with few eyewitnesses offering their own perspectives on a single event. On October 18, 2015, a terrorist started shooting at the bus terminal in the Israeli city of Be’er Sheva, killing an Israeli soldier. This detailed, minute-by-minute reconstruction reveals what happened in the crucial 18 mins following the attack.
Description: Having stood on the gold medal podium a record 8 times during one Olympic Games, Michael Phelps actually stands alone as the the best Olympic winner in history. With exclusive interviews and commentary, Michael takes us on his private adventure to Olympic stardom. Contains all his races and unique behind-the-scenes footage.
Description: THE COFFEE MAN follows Sasa from Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee to Seattle, Washington (USA), the home of the specialty coffee movement and host of the Globe Barista Championship. From humble beginnings in war-torn Yugoslavia to his adopted home in Australia, Sasa Sestic's adventure to the 2015 Globe Barista Championships is a long one. But his dedication and pursuit of excellence carries him through as do his family, his staff, coffee growers and roasters and the vendors who travel with him on this remarkable journey. THE COFFEE MAN is an intensely personal, observational documentary that will have you biting your nails, standing up and cheering; and wishing that you, too, should experience Sasa's Holy Grail: the excellent cup of coffee.
Description: Charleroi used to be known for its thriving coal and steel industries. This town near the Belgian capital of Brussels once attracted folks seeking work from all over Europe. But it has actually come to symbolize the issues plaguing the whole continent: increasing unemployment, immigration and petty crime – and a growing sense of unease. To create matters worse, rain seems to be constantly falling from the gray blanket of clouds looming over the dilapidated apartment blocks and slumbering factories. Charleroi has become a spooky place, and that feeling is only confirmed by the stories supplied by residents and passersby in this poetic film.
Description: Examining the violent death of the filmmaker’s brother and the judicial system that allowed his assassin to go free, this documentary interrogates murderous fear and racialized perception, and re-imagines the wreckage in catastrophe’s wake, challenging us to change.
Description: Memory is the glue that binds our mental lives. But how does it work? Neuroscientists using cutting-edge techniques are exploring the precise molecular mechanisms of memory. By studying a range of individuals ranging-from an 11-year-old whiz-kid, Jake Hausler, who remembers each feature of his life to a girl who had memories implanted-scientists have uncovered a provocative idea.
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