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Description: A faux documentary about the ongoing social, political and economical crisis in Brazil, where the government cuts the colors of Rio de Janeiro, turning the town black and white.
Description: Assisted by a buoyant electro-acoustic soundtrack, McLean maps an evocative cross-country travelogue through elegantly illustrated postcards and the strangely intoxicating language of junk emails.
Description: The much sought-after, two-letter web domain suffix of the game is examined as both a form of capital and an emblem of a country on the brink of a climate-induced catastrophe in this simultaneously humorous and illuminating essay movie centered on the environmentally contentious Pacific Islands of Tuvalu.
Description: Prodger examines queer identity and time in this first-person essay film, shot in and around the Scottish Highlands and called after the eponymous Neolithic deity, whose name has numerous iterations depending on life stage, locality and mission in history.
Description: A series of cinematic portraits shot in domestic territories in a former gold mining city in Fresh Zealand expand into a tapestry of glistening natural light and vaporous movement, created via a painstaking process of in-camera layering effects.
Description: Schwartz’s poetic 16mm work meditates on the sights and sounds of slowly crumbling glaciers, charting an interior dance between desperation and hope. The carefully deployed superimpositions, strident soundtrack, and contrasting tones of intensity and tranquility recommend the unpredictable rhythms of metaphysical transformation.
Description: A prismatic collection of re-photographed images––of deserts and oceans, plants and animals––are disrupted and transformed by an array of color filters, soft synth accompaniment, and familiarly boorish messages lifted from the online world.
Description: Bakowski’s strangely personal, nostalgia-laced video combines the Polish animator’s love of daily domestic objects and geometric aesthetics with a flickering synth score out of an eighties urban crime film.
Description: The storyline of iconic Syrian peace activist Ghiyath Matar whose brutal torture and death at the age of 26 outraged the international community and erupted into one of the most violent uprisings in modern history.
Description: In the span of a short walk, photos and notification flow ceaselessly into view as our increasingly digitized lives absorb disparate film and media moments, from the warmly humorous to the coldly clinical.
Description: Ten years after shooting Kafi's Story, British filmmaker Arthur Howes reentered the Sudan clandestinely to search out what had happened to the Nuba of Torogi. Everywhere, he encountered the face of jihad, or holy war. For example, a remarkable tv program, Fields of Sacrifice, celebrates that week's casualties in the fight vs the Nuba and details family members thanking Allah for having taken their sons and brothers as martyrs.
Description: Award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns sits down with OETA's Dick Pryor to discuss his recent documentary, "The Dust Bowl,' upcoming projects, and the thrill of filming America's history.
Description: Magenheimer’s video explores the bounds of narrative and the illusion of received wisdom in the seven mins and twenty-two seconds it takes to rob a house. Here, photos of medieval art, famous cinema, and “live” news reportage speak candidly to the constructedness of all storytelling traditions.
Description: Mountain Bicycle video instruction with Bruce Spicer : Bruce shows you how to ride gnarly singletrack, navigate switchbacks, open large drops, hurdle obstacles and ride steeps, plus much more!
Description: Award-winning movie makers Joshua and Jonathan Steckley deliever a candid look into one of the world's little-known, competitive sports. Vs all odds, competitors from all over the world gather for the annual Globe Crokinole Championship in Tavistock, Ontario. This movie takes an inner look into the sport of Crokinole through the lives of four competitors. Viewers see its history and nice popularity, and experience the stress of not only the competitors but the organizers -- organizers who wonder not only if the competition will be a success, but if the tournament will go on at all.
Description: The Whitney Museum of American Art presented the landmark exhibition Jeff Koons: A Retrospective from June 27 to October 19, 2014. It was the largest, most comprehensive survey of Koons’s art ever assembled, spanning four decades of his career and displaying 145 works from each series, including 13 fresh pieces exhibited publicly for the first time. The movie follows Koons and Whitney Chief Curator, Scott Rothkopf, who conceived and organized the show, through each gallery of the exhibition. In addition, insightful interviews with Adam Weinberg, the Whitney’s Director, Robert Storr, Dean Emeritus of the Yale School of Art, and Michelle Kuo, Editor of Artforum, support to deepen the investigation into Koon’s art and process.
Description: In an office in India, a cadre of Internet moderators ensures that social media websites are not taken over by bots, scammers, and pornographers. The Moderators shows the humans behind content moderation, taking viewers into the training process that workers go through in order to become social media’s monitors.
Description: In 2014, 276 teenage women came together for exams in Chibok, Nigeria -- by dawn, nearly all had disappeared and their school was burnt. Jessica, an escapee, shares her haunting acc of a friendship violently interrupted by Boko Haram.
Description: A adventure into the globe of one of Britain's best-loved and most influential bands of modern times, XTC. Through a mixture of animation, archive and specially-shot sequences, the movie explores the minds of principle songwriters, Partridge and Moulding.
Description: Amy Winehouse’s tremendous soulful vocal talent and songwriting ability established her as one of the most innovative artists of our time. She used the sound of her idols, Etta James & Billie Holiday, to reinvent jazz and blues for a fresh generation in her album Back To Black, which sold millions of copies worldwide and garnered her countless accolades, including 5 Grammy Awards. This is the storyline of how in just 27 short years, Amy Winehouse managed to influence the melody community, fashion globe and a legion of fanatics that understood her greatest through her musical genius.
Description: This tv documentary takes us on a fascinating adventure into the realms just beyond our five senses, where thoughts are things and creation begins. Rudolf Steiner not only found how to experience these territories directly, in a very secure and methodical manner, but he also developed specific techniques which, if utilized in the right method and with the proper intention, enable the individual to have insight into the spiritual realities. In addition to learning of this extraordinary individuality, we meet some of the boys and girls who are utilizing the impulses brought by Dr. Steiner to expand and enhance their specific vocations in very practical ways, e.g. education, agriculture, medicine, astronomy, mathematics, architecture, the arts, and working with retarded kids and adults.
Description: No less than five branches are featured, in fact all the passenger lines and one freight. The scenery of the Looe branch with the interesting reversal and climb fromCoombe Junction, the freight-only branch to Fowey, running alongside the picturesque river, the meandering Newquay branch, the Falmouth branch still with its original main line infrastructure and finally the classic coastal railway over golden sands to picture postcard St.Ives. This is actually a virtual archive as all the motive power is first generation DMUs on the passenger branches (single and two car) and a Class 37 loco on the Fowey branch. Filmed in 1991
Description: One of Britain's premier expresses, The Flying Scotsman finished the 393 miles from King's Cross to Edinburgh in just over four hours - an average speed of 94.3 miles an hour! Highlights Part One contains the exit from King's Cross with the different tunnels, the infamous Welwyn bottleneck, which brings the ECML down to just two tracks, the Newark flat crossing, (the last in the UK) the Selby fresh line, and Stoke bank, where "Mallard" achieved the globe speed record for steam traction. We even take a look inside the A4 engine housed within the National Railway Museum at York. Part Two covers the second leg from York to Edinburgh calling only at Newcastle. Highlights include: Darlington Bank Top avoiding line, the approach to Newcastle - crossing the mighty River Tyne, the notorious curve at Morpeth, the Royal Border Bridge at Berwick, the scenic coastal sections and the approach to Edinburgh Waverley itself.
Description: The line follows the coastal contours through Invergordon to Tain and heads inland via Lairg. After Rogart we pass through the long-since closed "Mound" station, still with it's platform for the Dornoch branch derelict but intact. We take a look at the remains of this erstwhile line and explore Dornoch station building still surviving. At Golspie the line became the "Duke of Sutherland's Railway" - one of the longest-ever privately built lines. Dunrobin Castle station is next on route. Here we learn a tiny about the Third Duke, from his nice nice grandson King Strathnaver. By the time the train reaches Helmsdale, the coast has become more rugged than ever. From there it proved absolutely impossible to drive the railway any furthe ralong the coast, so our "Sprinter" heads inland again, this time through the remote Strath of Kildonan for 25 miles to Forsinard. At least there is a street along the valley but from there to Georgemas the railway is quite alone. Filmed in 1991
Description: The main rail line over the Pennines via Huddersfield, sees four Transpenninexpresses plying the route each hour. The line climbs or falls almost continuously for 43 miles, the only lvl section being inside Standedge Tunnel, the major engineering detail of the line. The tunnel is the fourth longest on the national network at 3 miles 66 yards. Both it and the another major tunnel at Morley are seen (and heard) from the driver's cab with the aid of extra lighting. Today's route incorporates the lines of different pre-grouping companies with no less than ten significant junctions being traversed between Manchester and Leeds. Our class 158 Express then continues to York over other three - the last of which brings us onto the East Coast Main Line. As well as gradients, junctions and tunnels, the route also details track circuit block signalling. Last, but not least Yorkshire ITV's Geoff Druett says of the fascinating history.
Description: Shot in the middle of summer, the Kyle of Lochalsh line is seen at its most spectacular! To many it is the most scenic line in Britain. From Inverness to Dingwall we travel alongside the Beauly Firth and witness some of the last remaining Highland Railway semaphores still in operation at the time but long-since abolished. How many folks realise that there was once a signal box at Lentran? We now filmed inside it and recorded the sound in stereo. At Dingwall we turn due west for the Highlands proper and traverse the summits at Raven Rock, Corriemoillie and Luib (the highest at 646ft) and stations such as Garve, Achnasheen and Strathcarron set amidst the pretty Highland scenery. Finally, the most spectacular section, Stromeferry to Kyle of Lochalsh along the shores of Loch Carron.
Description: The Friday night fish fry has been a Wisconsin family tradition for many years. It happens all year long, not only during Lent when Catholics don't eat meat on Fridays. "Fish Fry Night Milwaukee" is a movie that takes you to some of Milwaukee's most popular, historic and special fish fry places, to see the folks who create them and play them.
Description: One of the least well-known territories of Britain, we travel to the Cumbrian Coast by means of two various trains. Firstly, we board a North West Regional Railways Express (class 156) which traverses the former Furness Railway via Grange-over-Sands and Ulvertston to Barrow-in-Furness. There we change to a class 153 for the most scenic section of the route along the coast from Bootle to Maryport, filmed in what can only be described as 100% excellent weather - not a cloud in the sky! Apparently you only receive one day a year like that along the coast and we were there! As signalling expert David Allen tells in his script; "this line is a mecca for semaphore signalling enthusiasts". Filmed in 1997.
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