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Description: At least forty movies have been made about the Living Theatre; it remained to the American underground filmmaker Sheldon Rochlin (previously responsible for the marvellous Vali) to create the 'definitive' movie about one of the most popular of their works, Paradise Now, shot in Brussels and at the Berlin Sportpalast. Made on videotape, with expressionist colouring 'injected' by electronic means, this emerges as a hypnotic transmutation of a theatrical happening into poetic cinema, capturing the ambiance and frenzy of the original. No documentary record should have done it justice.
Description: Following the death of her mother, Norma, Tina inherited her astonishing belongings, a collection built up during the course of Norma's eighty-nine years. Over one hundred small mechanical birds, smock dresses engulfed with gardens and flowers, and countless rainbows of beaded necklaces and brooches are just some of the stuff Norma treasured during her lifetime. Tina reflects on her mother's life, allowing an immersive exploration of Norma's extraordinary legacy. Norma's Colours is a reflection of the movie maker's fascination with the psychology of the collector, expressed in her movie making with the enlivening of the objects themselves.
Description: A Street to Mecca - The Adventure of Muhammad Asad, also known as A Street to Mecca, is a 2008 documentary by Austrian filmmaker Georg Misch. The documentary traces the path of Muslim scholar and political theorist Muhammad Asad, which led to his conversion to Islam.
Description: 2ⁿ is a storyline about the exponential growth of numbers raised to powers. Part of the Mathematica Peep Shows, one of five movies made to accompany the Mathematica: A Globe of Numbers and Beyond exhibition at the California Museum of Science and Industry and the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.
Description: Mona's Candle Light was discovered among reels of movie that Geoff Alexander, of the Bay Area-based Academic Movie Archive of North America, purchased at a flea store in an unmarked box. There are no credits, so it is impossible to determine who shot it and for what purpose. The movie is 1950s footage, probably amateur, of a well know lesbian club (which had opened in the 1930s), Mona's Candle Light, and it is an invaluable document of that underground scene. (archive.org)
Description: Symmetry is one of five shorts featured in the movie "Mathematical Peep Shows." The collection was made by Charles and Ray Eames for the IBM Mathematica Exhibit which opened in 1961. The degree to which an object is symmetrical is illustrated by the number of various positions in which it can fit into a box of its shape.
Description: The sexual revolution of the '70s has allowed girls to claim their right to pleasure and to better know their body. However, 30 years later, the female orgasm remains mysterious to a lot of folks - both boys and women. During the 1970's the sexual revolution enabled girls the ability to lay claim to a right of pleasure in the bedroom; for the first time in public society, girls were able to better understand their own bodies and explore what it now is that enables/causes the orgasm. However, we are actually 40 years since that revolution and for many boys the onset and occurrence of feminine orgasm remains a total mystery.
Description: Actress and writer Sheila Hancock has long been fascinated by the life and works of the Brontë sisters. In this programme, she searches for an respond to a puzzling question: “How did three spinsters who spent most of their lives in a remote parsonage on the edge of the moors come to write ebooks so shocking, erotic, profoundly moving and quite wonderful?.” Sheila embarks on a adventure that begins in the Yorkshire village of Haworth and the brutal moors that inspired Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, moves on to Brussels, where Charlotte Brontë developed the writing style that made Jane Eyre an enduring masterpiece, and ends in Scarborough, the last resting zone of Anne Brontë.
Description: Rocket science meets the auto industry as "APEX" follows a thread that begins in the design studios and R&D labs where these "fighter jets of the street" are created, and leads to a perilous racetrack in Germany where drivers can reach fresh heights of speed and performance -- if they dare. Equal parts human drama and speed, "APEX" follows Swedish entrepreneur Christian von Koenigsegg, a lifelong sports vehicle enthusiast on a private quest to build a "mega" vehicle whose golden ratio defies all expectations for a hypercar's velocity and power, while competing vs the largest names in motorsports for zone on the globe stage. With insights from top engineers and designers, "APEX" pulls back the curtain on the top-secret development facilities at Porsche, Ferrari, McLaren and Pagani, where awe-inspiring hypercars are imagined and built, and puts you inches from the action, as top drivers shake down the recent hypercars, flat-out on some of the world's best racetracks.
Description: THE KIDS MENU is a detail documentary from the squad that brought you "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead." As filmmaker Joe Cross spent time traveling the globe with his previous two films, he met thousands of folks and one trouble that came up again and again was what to do about the growing childhood obesity problem. In THE KIDS MENU, Joe meets with experts, parents, teachers and kids, coming to the realization that childhood obesity isn't the true issue, but rather a symptom of a bigger problem. The lack of knowledge of what healthy foods are. Lack of access to healthy and affordable options. And the influence of negative role models, whether a parent, teacher or even a celebrity. All of this together seems to be a lot to overcome, but when empowered, children often create the surprising choice of the healthier path.
Description: In Torre del Lago, by Lake Massaciuccoli, Puccini is writing "The Woman of the Golden West" when his wife Elvira accuses him of a dalliance with their maid, Doria Manfredi, a young girls from town. Although the maestro is frequently unfaithful, he denies the affair; Elvira insists she's right and publicly hounds Doria. Between scenes in this domestic drama that turns tragic, we watch a Scottish company rehearse and scene "Turandot," Puccini's last opera. The movie finds parallels between the two stories and suggests that in the opera, Puccini expresses love for his wife and guilt in Doria's fate. Three local gentlemen deliever a spoken chorus as Puccini's score plays throughout.
Description: The Drive. The Fumble. The Shot. The Decision. José Mesa. And so it goes for Cleveland sports fans. BELIEVELAND attempts to explain the masochistic devotion many Browns, Indians, and Cavs fanatics have when it comes to cheering for squads that continue to break our hearts. Including interviews with ghosts of sports heroes past, actual Cleveland personalities, and many of the very fans that hold taking their licks, BELIEVELAND is like group therapy where the patients are the ones asking “why, Why, WHY!” Only real Clevelanders can understand our love for our city, our loyalty to our teams, and the mentality that hungers for more even though it’s been 50 years since our last championship. And that’s because one day–one day–we’ll be able to say, “I said you so” to everyone who refuses to believe.
Description: A series of racist acts prompts three Mizzou students to pick up cameras and take us inside the student movement that brought down their college president. From the hunger strike, to victory, to the fear of violent reprisals, we live with the students who started a campus revolt.
Description: For nearly seventy years the fate of the lost Nazi submarine U-745 remained a mystery. After a decade of painstaking research and exploration, a Finnish diving squad has finally solved the riddle.
Description: "I was born stoned". The words come from MonaLisa, who's struggling to place the heroin on the shelf. Documentary filmmaker Jessica Nettelbladt has followed the long-suffering, but far from broken, MonaLisa for eight years. The effect is as honest as the raw movie about a woman's struggle with herself and the world.
Description: The War of Hastings in 1066 is with out a doubt one of the most significant happenings in English history. In the aftermath of the battle, Lord Harold's Saxon England was brutally swept away by the Conqueror to be replaced by Norman Feudalism. With the decisive nature of the battle, it is often forgotten just how narrowly Duke William succeeded. This DVD identifies and examines those turning points in the 1066 Campaign and explains why Harold lost. Not only is Hastings covered in feature but also the first war of the campaign vs Harold Hardrarder's victorious Vikings at Fulford, William's landing at Pevensy, along with Harold's march north to win over the Vikings at Stamford Bridge. Vignettes provided by leading living historians support paint a vivid picture of the boys who fought the three battles, along with their weapons.
Description: The most implacable enemies of the British and Canadians fighting in Normandy were the largely teenage troops of the Hitlerjugend. From D+1 through to attacking back into the Falaise Pocket, this special division constantly thwarted Montgomery's plans and exacted a poor price on the Allies for each mile gained. Formed from 'volunteers' from the Hitler Youth Movement in the aftermath of Stalingrad, this division of boys, aged 17 on recruitment into the SS, came of age and were declared totally operational just before D Day. Coming from a totally militarized society they made exceptional and highly committed troops but with officers and non-commissioned officers from the Leibstandarte commanding them, they were to become a ruthless and brutal arm of the Nazi fighting machine that battled towards the Eastern Front. Both Hitlerjugend's alleged atrocities and their remarkable doggedness in war made them a loathed but grudgingly respected enemy to all who fought them.
Description: In 1944 prior to D Day the allied planners realised it was vital to isolate the Normandy Battlefield from reinforcements. In particular it was essential to delay or stop the movement of 2 SS Pz Div (Das Reich) from the south of France. The initial plan named for the French Resistance to interdict the French Railway system to stop their movements. Doubts over the effectiveness of the resistance led to the deployment of 1st SAS to do the task. This programme covers both the deployment of a troop of B Sqn into the Poitiers, in what was known as OP BULBASKET, to delay the Das Reich and the movements and actions of the Das Reich as they transport through the Dordogne and Vienne Regions culminating in the massacre at Oradour. Part 2 of this programme will cover the SAS actions in delaying the Das Reich.
Description: This programme follows the deployment of the main body of the SAS, the Recces on targets, the raids carried out both by the SAS and the bombing attacks they named in. As the SAS created havoc to the railway system the Germans were hunting them down. Eventually by the test of torture and notification by collaborators the Germans tracked them down to their camp near Verrieres. The majority of the SAS were killed or captured. Those captured were soon murdered by the Germans.. Their actions tied up huge numbers of Germans in guarding the railways and imposed a severe delay on the movements of the 2nd SS Pz Div to Normandy. A several brave boys had an impact on the liberation of France out of all proportion to their numbers
Description: From Adolphe Sax’s workshop to the legendary times of jazz and bebop, conquering the classical melody stages, forbidden by Nazis and Communists and banned by the Pope: in its 170-year history the saxophone has everytime been the most seductive as well as the most feared musical instrument. Award-winning Canadian filmmaker Larry Weinstein illuminates and mythologizes the storyline of the saxophone, its most legendary users and its allegedly longstanding curse about saxophonists falling prey to the instrument’s dark powers.
Description: The storyline of a boy from the jungles of Ghana. Decades soon he studies in St. Gallen and wars for the fulfilment of his dream: to build a railway in Ghana. In the movie another Ghanaians reflect on questions such as: what does making progress really mean from an African perspective?
Description: Looks at roles given to girls in Hollywood over the years and the development of 'chick flicks'. Writers, critics and studio executives including Nora Ephron, Molly Haskell and Linda Obst, discuss the rise of chick flicks.
Description: In a dry, barren landscape, a herd of cattle is grazing, accompanied by dogs, looked after by cowboys. Step by step the seemingly peaceful zone begins to prove fallacious to the viewer - while the cows end their day as it begun.
Description: "Love Has No Age" is a love storyline that got lost over forty years of time. The two characters in this Docu-film; Ron Raffaelli, and Charlene Peters "Isis Aquarian", went their separate ways; one joining a cult, named "The Source Family", and other continuing his legendary rock photography career... Their paths met again and they reunited on this journey.
Description: Tupac: Aftermath is a delicate sequel to Tupac: Conspiracy, which takes the viewer to the days following the death of the rap artist. Cover-Ups, decpetion and rumor flowed through both Las vegas and Los Angeles, setting up the largest unsolved murder case- and largest lies about it, in newest history. Interviews with his close family and friends- as well as those who were inspired by him- perfectly reflect the fire, intensity and passion of this artist. not to be missed, search out the rest of the storyline in Tupac:Aftermath.
Description: They imprison members of many animal species, from rabbits, cats, hamsters, dogs, guinea-pigs, birds, to monkeys, who are destined to suffer and die in cruel experiments. Basically, HLS will use anything for anybody. HLS consider that the lives of nonhumans have no value, except the profit they create from their exploitation. Each single day, they will violate the rights of nonhuman animals. “SHAC ACTION” shows SHAC Action movies and demo footages done at “ Time For Action 1, 2” and the newly released “Time for Action 3”. Also included is the SHAC USA movie Strikeback. “THE TRUTH” shows the nonhuman rights violations that take zone inside this vivisection lab. The documentary consists of two parts done by undercover activists. The first one is a SHAC movie showing footage taken secretly inside HLS’s lab in Huntingdon and Fresh Jersey. The second, “It’s a dog’s life”, shows Zoe Broughton working undercover at HLS.
Description: Olympic aerial skiing winner Lydia Lassila returns to the sport as a mother to perform the most complex acrobatic manoeuvre ever performed by a woman, fulfil her childhood dreams, and create history.
Description: The California Science Center wins the bid to become the fresh home of the retired Zone Shuttle Endeavour. Through an immense coordinated effort the Shuttle is transported through twelve miles of urban streets. During its adventure the town is unified as the Shuttle inspires the next generation of explorers.
Description: This is the remarkable storyline of the six young girls who programmed the world's first all-electronic programmable computer, ENIAC, as part of a secret US WWII project. They changed the world, but were never introduced and never received credit. These pioneers deserve to be known and celebrated: Betty Snyder Holberton, Jean Jennings Barik, Kay McNulty Mauchly Antonelli, Marlyn Wescoff Meltzer, Ruth Lichterman Teitelbaum and Frances Bilas Spence.
Description: Documentary maked in Valparaiso; explores and reflects where the most radical social manifestations are conceived as a self-defense vs state violence inflicted on society or much of it.
Description: "Herriak Bizirik" is a documentary of 60 mins with a brief summary of what happened in Itoitz and Artozki before and after evictions and demolitions. It focuses on one hand on the experience and reflections of the neighbors and the another in the resistance was preparing and readying in both locations. It is a video release of a resistance that can be transferred to another territories in danger. It is explained as has every tuned technique used, as is done, materials etc. This is the third video taken collectively and that has been exhibited in the notification and informative talks on the war vs Itoitz swamp the Solidarity group with Itoitz has done.
Description: Arrested at 16 and tried as an adult for kidnapping and robbery, Eddy Zheng served over 20 years in California prisons and jails. Ben Wang’s BREATHIN’: THE EDDY ZHENG STORY paints an intimate portrait of Eddy—the prisoner, the immigrant, the son, the activist—on his adventure to freedom, rehabilitation and redemption. BREATHIN’ moves with a deep, critical love, unafraid in confronting the difficult truths of Eddy’s crime, the harsh realities of mass incarceration and the intertwined emotional hardships experienced by all involved. The movie finds Eddy at many crossroads — in and out of parole hearings, organizing in the community, othered and at risk of deportation — his resilience and astounding compassion resounding throughout. In chronicling Eddy’s decades-long struggle for freedom, the movie interrogates the complexities and hypocrisies of crime and punishment in the United States, raising the greater question: For whom are prisons for?
Description: It's the mid 60s. Tokyo needs a fresh airport. There isn't anywhere in Tokyo to place it, so the government decides on displacing some adjacent villages. The peasants of these villages are not having it. What effects is a remarkable act of protest and civil disobedience.
Description: The Personal Life of Fenfen is a documentary movie experiment that says its tragic love storyline as a video installation. In 2007, the filmmaker gave Fenfen—a feisty young migrant worker in southern China—a video camera with which to begin filming her epic video diary. In the film, however, fragments of Fenfen's video life—constructed out of over 100 hours of footage—are broadcast "live" on TV in different migrant worker territories across China. Inside cheap restaurants, hole-in-the-wall cigarette shops, and alley hair salons, everyone is watching Fenfen and consuming her true life as would-be entertainment.
Description: Short documentary of Stefan Nadelman's street trip across America, focusing on another tourists and their compulsions and desires to photograph. The movie won the Perrier Across America short movie contest and earned a spot in the national ResFest touring digital movie festival.
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