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Description: Aleksandër Moisiu, or Alexander Moissi or perhaps Alessandro Moissi (1879-1935) was an Albanian born scene and screen actor who performed all over the world. He was an actor with subtle resonances, effectively touching the tragic characters, establishing himself in those with the most intimate and delicate notes. Roads are called after Alexander Moissi in Berlin, Salzburg and Vienna, where also a monument was unveiled in 2005.
Description: Graham Hill was an eccentric, charismatic Englishman from a bygone era of sporting endeavour. With nice determination he won the Formula 1 Globe Championship, the Indy 500 and the Le Mans 24 hours race, thereby achieving the 'triple crown' of motor racing - a special feat that remains unmatched to this day. Graham also won the glamorous Monaco Grand Prix five times during an era when drivers routinely met violent death. Graham's illustrious racing career spanned three decades, which at its height saw him routinely slugging it out with fellow F1 champions Jim Clark and Jackie Stewart. Close mates yet intense rivals on the track, they were the 'Three Musketeers' during a golden era of motor racing. But what was the truth behind Graham's famous public image? 30 years on from his death, his family, close mates and former colleagues paint an intimate, revealing and entertaining portrait of a sporting character tragically killed in a plane ruin in 1975.
Description: "A Tiny More A Tiny Less" is a simple, low-budget and no voice-over documentary. Photos of São Paulo from above and pictures invite us to a trip that shows,as the directors place it, that one’s pain is a tragedy, and the death of millions, a statistic.
Description: The assassination of Berta Cáceres shook the globe on March 2, 2016. Mexican activist Gustavo Castro, a witness to the crime, survived the horror of that night and was trapped in Honduras. The defense of the river Gualcarque, sacred to the Lenca people, vs the installation of a hydroelectric plant, is the preamble of a storyline in which we follow Garifuna leader Miriam Miranda, mate and companion of Berta. Their struggle for decolonization is the same, in a country that is sold to transnational capital and takes lives in many ways.
Description: The history of the GDR Super-8 scene—an underground art movement that produced movies outside official channels in the 1980s—produced by Cornelia Klauss, herself a Super-8 artist. The Stasi (secret police) monitored this rebellious stage closely. Female artists Ramona Köppel-Welsch, Cornelia Schleime and Christine Schlegel, among others, talk about their art and films, their experiences as artists in the GDR, and how their work changed after the Wall came down.
Description: Details sacred and profane routes that serve as the foundation for weaving the saga of the cocaine leaf. The two core elements, San Pedro prison and the Guaraní community of Tentayapi, show nodal aspects of the cocaine leaf across various cultural settings such as drugs, medicine, exploitation, religion, injustice and instruments of power.
Description: Mumford and Sons are a band that have never stayed still. An innate desire to travel, to meet folks and to do the unexpected has become a calling card of sorts as fanatics the globe over join their community and fall in love with their consistently evolving music. The documentary follows the band and their recent set of collaborators as they travel across uncharted territory, testing the major towns of South Africa with an eclectic mix of musician friends. They discover the craft of song writing and the people, happenings and influences that dictate that. The movie showcases the band at their most launch and collaborative as they relish the excitement of testing to crowds in fresh towns who've never seen them before. Along the method they set a new challenge for themselves; taking their collaborative culture one step further as they attempt to write and record a mini album in just two days, with the another musicians on tour. The filming of this process not only lifts the lid on the art of song....
Description: Develops from the life, work and memory of Gianfrancesco Guarnieri, one of the most necessary names in the history of Brazilian theater, to examine the courses of dramaturgy and politics in the last decades. Guarnieri, besides being a TV star, was also seen as the synthesis of the politically engaged artist in Brazil. His sons, also actors, saw a separation between art, work, and politics. As he investigates the portraits of two generations, grandson and director Francisco aims to understand the zone of his own generation in history, in art and the globe as a whole.
Description: From what was to me a gift of friendship day: a ebook makes some of Rosa Luxemburg's prison letters written by her mates Sonia Liebknecht and Mathilde Wurm between July 1916 and October 1918. And all the jingles who composed this period: songs of birds, plants, colors and sounds passages. Those for happenings in the happenings of the being-locked. As for the outside: October, Globe Fight Revolution, The emigrant and Chaplin The Adventurer, The affliction flowers and Klee's zoological garden. Appearances / disappearances, show stories, their intertwined. Destinies.
Description: In 1948, four large, wealthy Belgian families sell all their belongings and embark on a voyage to Patagonia. Slowly most of them return, but Gabriel, one of the fathers, stays until his death in 1988.
Description: This movie is constructed from the diary movies of Zoltan Bartos, amateur filmmaker and composer of famous dance music. Shot from the 1920s through the middle of the 1950s, the movie reflects both personal and official history.
Description: Angelos Papanastassiou, the boy behind the camera, a storyline of a Greek patrician of WW2 times Athens. In the very first days of the Nazi occupation Angelos decided to record and document the Greece motherland's sufferings. Using a clandestine 16-mm movie camera risking everyday his own, and his families life, filmed, documented the Nazi atrocities in Athens all through the German-Italian occupation. Meanwhile his daughter, Loukia was born and we follow her first steps as the family life photos juxtaposed over the tragic chapter of modern Greek history. Angelos Papanastassiou secretly developed, edited and saved the films, which soon become one of the principal evidence of the Nazi atrocities at the Nuremberg Trials 1947. The Angelos’ Movie composed from a special movie journal of wartime Athens and offers a fresh insight to Greece’s past, with the melody of Tibor Szemzõ.
Description: An experimental documentary on Reverend L.O. Taylor, a Black Baptist minister from Memphis, Tennessee who was also an inspired filmmaker with an overwhelming interest in preserving the social and cultural fabric of his own community in the 1930′ s and ‘ 40’ s . I combine his movies and melody recordings with my own photos of Memphis neighborhoods and religious gatherings, 1989 .
Description: In the fall of 1986, Richard Fung made his first visit to his father's birthplace, a village in southern Guangdong, China. This experimental documentary examines the method kids of immigrants relate to the land of their parents, and focuses on the ongoing subjective construction of history and memory. The Method to My Father's Village juxtaposes the son's find for his own historical roots, and his father's avoidance of his cultural heritage.
Description: My Mother's Zone is an experimental documentary focusing on the artist's mother, a third-generation Chinese-Trinidadian who at 80 still has vivid memories of a history lost or quickly disappearing. She conveys these with a storytelling style and a frankness that is distinctly West Indian. A tape about memory, oral history, and autobiography, My Mother's Zone interweaves interviews, private narrative, home movies, and verité footage of the Caribbean to discover the formation of race, class, and gender under colonialism.
Description: A heinous crime unleashes a media firestorm trial that lands Scott Peterson on death row for the murder of his wife and unborn child. Ten years soon it is clear that not everything in this situation is what it seems, raising the question: was justice truly served? Using evidence and fresh notification that was never presented to Peterson’s jury at the time, This movie re-examines the facts of the situation and the affect the intense media attention had on justice.
Description: Vs the broader backdrop of modern India's political and social history, this lyrical documentary says the storyline of the life of Krishna Sikand, the filmmaker's mother, from childhood to maturity. A rich mosaic of memory and impressions, DON'T FENCE ME IN captures the fragmented method in which we adventure back through time. Evoking Krishna's earliest years in pre-independence Bombay as the daughter of a well-to-do Bengali family, the movie also traces her post-colonial experiences--from marriage to a Punjabi units officer in the face of fierce family opposition, through the raising of two daughters and successful careers as an academic, tiny business entrepreneur, media consultant, journalist, and poet.
Description: Named "an elegant documentary" by Sundance and "eloquent and deeply moving" by the LA Times, Toyo Miyatake: Unlimited Shades of Gray is a penetrating portrait of this photographer's find for truth and beauty in a globe of impermanence. Los Angeles' Tiny Tokyo's foremost studio photographer, Miyatake smuggled a lens and movie holder into the U.S. WWII camp he was incarcerated in and captured life behind barbed wire with a makeshift camera made of scrap wood. Yet it was his little-known artistic pursuits before the fight that honed his discerning eye.
Description: Filmmaker Abraham Ravett attempts to reconcile problems in his life as the kid of a Holocaust survivor in this experimental non-narrative film. Ravett reflects upon his relationships with his family, from his now-deceased father (who survived both the Lodz Ghetto and Auschwitz) to his own young children. He utilizes family photographs and movie footage, archival movie footage from the Ghetto Fighters' House in Israel, cell animation by Emily Hubley, and pc graphics to make a movie about memory, death, and what critic Bruce Jenkins calls "the power of the photographic photo and sound to resurrect the past."
Description: In this non-narrative, meditative, and poignant film, footage of life from the Lodz Ghetto is juxtaposed with the chanting of "Kel Maleh Rachamim," a plea to God to allow the souls of those "slaughtered and burned" search peace.
Description: Defending Globe Rally Winner Colin McRae was back behind the wheel of his Subaru Impreza, but faced a war to retain his crown. The threat posed by Finland's Tommi Makinen brought out the very greatest in the celebrated Scot's performance, and actually you can relive all the greatest action on DVD. This extensive review of the 1996 season is packed with quick and furious rallying, magnificent in-car footage and explosive entertainment.
Description: It's nighttime in Prague, 21 August 1968. Soviet units and tanks are occupying the town - random attacks, troops shooting, bodies lying dead on the sidewalk. With an impromptu crew, the director (Karel Roden) captures some special evidence - material which is, however, worthless in occupied Prague; it has to be shown to the rest of the world. So, while the Soviets are concocting false reports of heartfelt receptions without military resistance for propaganda purposes, the director sets off on a dangerous trip across the closed Czech-Austrian border to Vienna.
Description: Sometime in the 1980s, Caspar Salmon's grandmother was invited to a gathering on the Welsh island of Anglesey, attended exclusively by folks with fish surnames. Or so he says. Thirty years later, film-maker Charlie Lyne attempts to sort myth from reality.
Description: A neon heart installed above Prague Castle illuminated the town for the last three months of Václav Havel’s presidency in an artist’s tribute to his extraordinary service. His last major undertaking was hosting the NATO summit in 2002 and Němec was granted extraordinary access to movie it. Set to create a “special poetic film”, it took Němec years to process what he had witnessed – George W. Bush creating an alliance to invade Iraq. It may then be the director’s revenge to mission his camera lens democratically at everyone involved with the summit, giving the same screen time to kitchen and waiting staff, musicians, safety feature and NATO protesters, as to the heads of states and attending dignitaries. Havel however, became as much of a topics as the president on screen, and the film’s narrator, providing commentary in his own voice from the distance of a several years after he left the office.
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