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Description: Some folks grapple with the moral challenges of treating human beings decently. Others are just… assholes. Inspired by Aaron James’ Fresh York Times bestseller of the same name, this documentary investigates the breeding grounds of contemporary ‘asshole culture’ — and locates signs of civility in an otherwise rude and nasty universe. Venturing into predominantly male domain, this movie moves from Ivy League frat clubs to the bratty princedoms of Silicon Valley and the bear pits of international finance. Why do assholes thrive in certain environments? What explains their perverse appeal? And how do they hold getting elected?
Description: Nobody has managed to challenge Einstein's theory of gravity, even though its shocking conclusion tells that the majority of the universe's gravity is due to a mysterious form of invisible matter which nobody has ever observed. But actually physics stands at a crossroads. The field's sharpest brains have dedicated their lives to find for this 'dark matter.' While others are working on a fresh theory of gravity. This documentary follows leading scientists at the biggest particle accelerator LHC at CERN, the biggest underground labs (XENON), the biggest telescope arrays, and the LIGO gravitational wave detector to search out whether Einstein's theory of relativity, as it passes its 100th birthday, stands the use of time.
Description: What happens when a group of international artists travel to North Korea to make art like the regime have never seen before? While the globe is on the verge of nuclear war, a group of Western contemporary artists are invited into the eye of the storm. The aim is to collaborate with North Korean artists in a constructive exchange project displaying fresh and challenging art in a country where abstract art is forbidden.
Description: Louis Maltais loves challenges. At 27, this ex-circus artist starts his training to become the first male midwife in Quebec. During 4 years, the film follows Louis on his initiatory journey. Beyond midwifery, it says a universal tale. A tale of transformation, about a boy who, despite ordeals, doubts, and misconceptions, is determined to live out his passion.
Description: We Are Not Princesses is a documentary movie about the wonderful strength and spirit of four Syrian girls living as refugees in Beirut as they come together to say their stories of love, loss, pain and hope through the ancient Greek play, Antigone.
Description: In a country at the end of the world, the highest authority of the Catholic Church lands. The Pope comes to bring the word of God, but Chile waits for it with the most necessary religious crisis in its history.
Description: Terrible residents of a neighborhood in Recife are surprised by an eviction order. On the verge of becoming homeless, they decide to join the occupation of an abandoned building.
Description: Bern, 1979: a turret block named Tscharnergut. Together with a several mates (among them popular Swiss actor Stefan Kurt), director Aron Nick's father and uncle shoot the idealistic Super 8 movie "Dr Tscharniblues" ("The Tscharni Blues") – a wild, unvarnished self-portrait of their generation. 40 years later, Nickname gathers the mates at Tscharnergut and asks what has happened to them and their ideals in the meantime. What have the achieved? What have they lost? Past, present, and future clash and form a adventure of private disappointments, hopes, and a collective find for identity. In "Tscharniblues II," Aron Nickname discovers a type of friendship that can weather anything.
Description: This movie is one of the first Greek commercial documentaries on industry infrastructure. Shot by Roussos Koundouros, the movie stands out for its original take on the subject, mainly due to its avant-garde editing and the test of melody and soundtrack to underline the visual narration. The movie presents the procedures and stages of constructing the aluminum factory infrastructure as well as the steps of production, from extracting bauxite to producing aluminum.
Description: The uprising of the villagers in Megara vs the 1973 Junta's decision to expropriate a vast agricultural land in order to build an oil-refinery and, their successful (?) struggle vs this call. Shot in a period when Ecology and Environment were terms unknown in Greece, the uprooting of the ancient olive grove of Megara is one of the gravest ecological disasters in the country. The peasants' special method of expressing their thoughts and feelings is filmed in a strong cinematic language, in one of the most necessary documentary movies of contemporary cinema.
Description: Carol Morley's 16mm documentary short is set in a quick meal restaurant where a selection of twenty-somethings talk about their troubles. One of two shorts Morley directed as her graduation movies from Central St. Martin's School of Art (the another being Girl).
Description: A storyline of healing intergenerational wounds and the war to undo the horrors of the past, Drew Nicholas' movie Blood Memory refuses to shy away from the truth of history. America's Indian Adoption Era may not be widely discussed in present-day society, but its ramifications are clear. During the era, Native kids were stolen from their families and forced to assimilate, the process itself designed to wipe out generations of culture, language and communal connections. As a member of the stolen generation, Sandy White Hawk spent half of her adult life reclaiming her Sicangu Lakota heritage. Today, Sandy is supporting heal the still very much show wounds of her community. Meanwhile, there's Tag Fiddler, a Twin Cities-based adoption attorney and member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, who is working to dismantle the Indian Kid Welfare Act - a law passed in 1978 to halt the removals of Sandy's generation and hold Indian kids connected to family and culture.
Description: This doc follows the life and career of legendary Colombian painter and sculptor, Fernando Botero. Hailed as one of the world's most prolific and famous artists, the 86-year-old Botero illustrates vision and mastery of the arts in this must-see movie from documentary filmmaker Don Millar. A prolific force of artistry, Botero has been creating art throughout his life, earning him the name "The Maestro." With so tiny known of his personal life, Millar's profile of the artist is a welcome behind-the-scenes peek inside Botero's globe and body of work. The movie takes us through Botero's process and around the globe itself, visiting Colombia, China, Italy, the United States and another countries to trace the production and influence of Botero's work throughout his unrivalled career.
Description: Twin Towns filmmaker Sergio M. Rapu sets his gaze on his homeland in Eating Up Easter, where the Rapanui community faces an environmental collapse due to overwhelming tourism and industrial progress. Rapu himself serves as a narrator, describing to his son the depth of Easter Island's plight and the dilemma of the folks who live there. Struggling to hold up with a land that refuses to slow down, the movie details another locals making the greatest of an impossible situation: an ecologist who attempts to temper the rising waste crisis that affects both the island and the shores that surround it, a pair of musicians trying to establish a gratis melody school that may support to preserve cultural traditions, and finally, Rapu's father, the island's former Governor, who is caught between responsibility to generations of culture and the ever-growing demands of industry.
Description: Ellen-Astri Lundby's haunting documentary traces the stories of six elders in Norway who grew up under the weight of Globe Fight II. Reconciling the horrors of the past with the present, the elders recount their time as young folks as they describe the reality of their childhoods. During the country's fall in 1944, more than 50,000 civilians were deported to the south, and other 20,000 more forced to flee their homes, becoming refugees in the same country they named home. In the show day, the movie follows the survivors as they meet with refugees, also children, from Syria and Sudan. Both groups carry related memories of war, hardship and impossible horrors, and both the elders and audiences are presented with the same question--how will the wartime memories of today's refugee kids affect them as adults?
Description: Inspired by Mike Scott's newest memoir Journeys of a Waterboy, this movie - the first full Waterboys movie - will follow Mike and his band recording a fresh album in 2018, and will look back over a 30 year musical odyssey "ever in find of fresh sources of inspiration".
Description: In 2009, veteran documentarian and filmmaker Brigitte Berman released Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel, a movie about the life and legacy of Hugh Hefner. Expanding on Hefner's influence not only as a celebrity figure but as a catalyst for social awareness, discussion and change, Berman continues to break fresh ground in Playboy: After Dark, Speaking Out in America. In this doc, Berman features the run and lasting influence of Hefner's two short-lived tv shows Playboy: After Dark (1969-1970) and Playboy's Penthouse (1959-1960). Part entertainment segments, part talkshows, the tools featured numerous celebrity guests and covered a diverse range of topics during their respective runs, including race, integration, environmental changes and gratis speech. With the storyline said through interviews and a collection of archived footage, this documentary makes it clear how and why both tools deserve their spots in tv history.
Description: Filmmakers Lindsey Seavert and Ben Garvin follow the students, families and educators of Lucy Laney Elementary School in North Minneapolis. An insightful portrait of youth education in Minnesota, Love Them First: Lessons From Lucy Laney Elementary, provides an inside look into early childhood development, the school's infrastructure and the actual needs of the community. The movie puts the focus on the school's reality–over ninety-one percent of Lucy Laney's students are growing up under the poverty line, and the school has been flagged as failing to meet state and federal education bars. Enter Mauri Friestleben, the school's principal. Determined to see the students of Lucy Laney succeed, Freistleben and helping staff decide to test a fresh approach as the school heads into a fresh year. The movie was developed from a series of news stories with unprecedented access over the course of a year by KARE 11 reporter Lindsey Seavert and photojournalist Ben Garvin.
Description: "Had it not been for Hitler, I would have been born a German-Jewish child, more German than Jewish, in a tiny village in the South of Germany. But as it happened, I was born in Argentina, my mothertongue is Spanish. I came to Germany 17 years ago." It is here, where creator and director Jeanine Meerapfel begins searching for her own Jewish identity, being confronted time and time again with Federal Republic reality.
Description: This insightful documentary detail from PJ Letofsky serves as a profile of iconic Austrian-American Architect Richard Neutra, whose work and legacy have helped shape the modern understanding of design, architecture and the interconnected fabric of nature. Today, Richard's legacy lives on through his son, Dion, who has taken up his father's mantle after nearly three-decades under his mentorship. An eye-opening exploration into the life and career of one of the design world's leading voices, the movie is anchored by interviews from some of the field's brightest minds, who speak to Neutra's work, influence and philosophies. The movie crosses geographical boundaries to say Neutra's story, alternating between Germany, Switzerland, Los Angeles and
Description: All-singing, all-dancing, this is the lively, lovely storyline of a village polka band and its town cousins, shot in the bread-basket of southern Minnesota. Singin' in the Grain captures what it means to be a Czech-American today and, by extension, one's own identity as an American. In folksong and dance, the Eddie Shimota Polka Band is followed for more than 40 years and three generations by documentarist Al Milgrom (The Dinkytown Uprising). After the post-communist 1989 Velvet Revolution, a fresh generation of immigrants arrives with their own folk-Slavic beat and various vibes, a far cry from Eddie's world. As Minnesota's "Czech Triangle" (New Prague, Montgomery, Veseli and Lonsdale) and St. Paul's Sokol Hall celebrate with symbolic food, dance, costume, parades, and holidays defining who they are, the movie becomes a passport for re-examining America's historic immigrant odyssey.
Description: Between 1976 and 1982 thousands of citizens were kidnapped, tortured and killed in Argentina. How do Argentinians cope with this tragedy? How do they elaborate their newest past?
Description: n this illuminating and artistic documentary from Alia Yunis, we follow the history and relationship between olive trees and the Mediterranean folks that have overseen their cultivation and well-being for thousands of years. A love letter to a staple ingredient in global cuisine and the folks that hold the industry going, The Golden Harvest contains a revelatory exploration into the evolving environments, societies and demographics of the European and Middle Eastern regions where the tree resides. Bringing to the the surface the rarely discussed cultural and environmental costs involved with the production of the tree's prize oil, the movie expertly balances its documentarian aspects with its unbridled love for the tree and its history. Featuring a diverse range of interviews from those who know and love the olive tree, Yunis' doc is a lovingly crafted tribute that is not to be missed.
Description: Short documentary celebrating the achievements and passion of the girls who were ferry pilots during Globe Fight II. They transported all types of aircraft, often in hazardous conditions, for Britain’s Air Move Auxiliary (ATA).
Description: General Mosconi is a tiny city in the North of Argentina, rich with oil and gas. 1993 the state owned enterprise, YPF, that gave work, health care and education to the entire region, was privatised. The unemployment rate climbed to 70 percent, the entire infrastructure system collapsed. The city is an example for what is today understood as the loss of state and politics.
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