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Description: A selection of 114 short movies produced by Auguste and Louis Lumière (most were directed by Louis and his squad of cinematographers), restored in 4K and assembled in a single montage. Including a lot of unknown rarities (like alternate versions of Employees Leaving the Lumière Factory), this is an astonishing collection from cinema’s most undisputed pioneers.
Description: The movie is not constructed as a lineal story, instead, every stage works as a painter’s brush freely tracing a distinctive shape; the lifestyle of the Raramuri people, the particular method in which they relate within the family, the community and their surrounding nature. Nararachi’s warm, intimate and profoundly human insight of the indigenous lifestyle and culture is so strong that it enables the viewer to expand her horizon.
Description: Antoin, Yesuán and Karla share a common memory of their last moment together in the amusement park Parque Lenin. When they lost their mother, four years ago, their paths changed radically. Antoin moved to France to pursuit his dream of becoming a professional opera singer, meanwhile Yesuán and Karla stayed in Cuba, trying to consolidate their fresh family roles.
Description: A movie about fragility; about a boy obsessed with photographing the accident who discovered that the fate of others was his method of connecting to life. When does the photo of the accident become the object of desire? Following the footsteps of Metinides and the work of contemporary tabloid photographers, we explore Mexico Town through a narrative of crime scenes and accidents; rubbernecking though Metinides’ Gaze.
Description: The two-hour documentary follows the plights of American troops who have returned physically or psychologically wounded. It addresses the psychological problems that nearly 100% of combat troops suffer with, namely Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It explains how troops are treated after they return home and also addresses why the military and the VA are not doing enough to combat their problems. But Who Will Stand goes a step further by uncovering solutions through organizations that support troops at no cost and without the bureaucracy they experience with the Military and the VA.
Description: In 2013, United Methodist minister Frank Schaefer was defrocked for officiating at his son's same-sex wedding. Suddenly, the Reverend found himself an accidental LGBTQ activist. Considering all sides of the debate, this strong documentary shows how the groundwork for a 2016 showdown that may transform American Christianity is being laid.
Description: The movie describes the scandal of pederastria that exploded in the neighborhood of the Raval of Barcelona and the trial that took zone some years afterwards. Jordà analyzes the mechanisms of the justice and of the globe of the medias.
Description: A compilation of British newsreels and movies taken from the BFI National Archive; dating from 1913 to 1917, the footage charts the development of the suffragette movement and the campaign to receive votes for girls in the UK.
Description: Transfixed says the storyline of highly unconventional romance: Martine Stonehouse and John Gelmone are middle-aged underdogs, living with Asperger Syndrome - an autism spectrum disorder that makes communication with others extremely difficult. Despite their social limitations, both dream of getting married, but straight identifying John refuses to tie the knot until transsexual Martine gets a true vagina. The only problem: no doctor in Canada will perform operation because Martine's obesity makes her too nice of a surgical risk. Will Martine and John search the happiness together that they deserve? Transfixed is a deeply human storyline about love, freedom, and self-actualization.
Description: The globe is facing some large problems. There’s a lot of talk about how to solve them. But talk doesn’t reduce pollution, or grow food, or heal the sick. That takes doing. This movie is the storyline about a group of doers, the elegantly easy inventions they have made to change the lives of billions of people, and the unconventional billionaire spearheading the project.
Description: YUGO, KRATKA AUTOBIOGRAFIJA is a half-hour fictional documentary movie that, through the fates of various people, tries to illuminate the phenomenon of the YUGO car, a pretty outsider of tiny capacities but large ambitions, in the period between 1980 and 2008, when it was manufactured. The movie combines statements from authentic workers that were involved in the production of Yugo, archives, along with the reconstruction of various fragments from the Yugo’s history which portray him both as a family and a thug’s car, as a part of the nice American Dream, or as a symbol of betrayed expectations. This movie is a tiny ‘commemorative’ review of the history of an automobile that for a long time symbolised, in a jocular and veritable way, sometimes even by accident, the times in which he was manufactured.
Description: A report on the life of coal miners in the Lota region, in southern Chile, it shows their work activities, their homes, and how the rest of the family picks up coal in the seashore. This documentary is part of a series José Román made with CUT (Central Workers Union), whose negatives got lost during the raids on CUT offices after the coup d’état.
Description: Algérie(s) chronicles the country's struggle for peace, stability and democracy since independence from France. The documentary combines newest and archival interviews, newsreel footage, and recently filmed footage from Algeria to trace the origins of the violence that has left as many as 200,000 dead since 1988. Algérie(s) starts with a brief historical survey of happenings in Algeria since independence in 1962, and moves on to focus on the democratization process set in motion after the October 1988 riots, the success of Islamist groups in elections, the subsequent cancellation of these elections by the military, and the country's descent into violence, up to the show day. The movie provides an perfect overview of newest happenings and asks tough questions about their causes, and humanizes a conflict that was all too often reported deep inside the newspaper with tiny more than "score cards" of the numbers killed.
Description: A documentary about the activities carried out by the Group of Relatives of Disappeared Detainees: We see presentation of writs of protection, reports, criminal actions, hunger strikes, pacific protests, public acts. The zone where minors, the kids of missing detainees, are rehabilitated is also shown. Finally, an acc about some members in the group is given before international Human Rights organizations.
Description: Look around you for stuff marked 'Made in the USA'. How many stuff did you find? Should the loss of manufacturing jobs be a vital reason why our economy is struggling? Does 'Made in the USA' mean anything anymore? After witnessing the tragic results caused by a factory shutdown in his hometown of Ravenswood, WV, Josh Miller takes off across the country for 30 days on an epic adventure into the heart of America seeking to explore the answers to these questions.
Description: The Kansas Town Royals’ odyssey to the 2014 Globe Series ran parallel with the equally improbable adventure of SungWoo Lee. A die-hard Royals fanatic who lived in Seoul, SungWoo had not only charmed the faithful in a visit to Kansas Town in the summer of 2014, but he also seemed to spark the squad to the run that took it to the postseason. This movie takes us from Kansas Town to South Korea and back again on the eve of the Globe Series as our filmmakers test to convince SungWoo’s bosses to allow him come to the Fall Classic. It’s a tale of two cultures linked by social media, but more than that, #BringBackSungWoo is a moving tribute to a minigame that shrinks the world. As one of SungWoo’s Kansas Town mates says, “He’s one of us with a various address.”
Description: In 2007, Sophie Lancaster was beaten to death because of her appearance. Her storyline is said through a sequence of poems by Simon Armitage and through the interviews made by her mother in the wake of the tragedy. Adapted for tv from the poetry anthology/stage production and radio adaptation.
Description: Each family has its secrets, the family of Portuguese filmmaker Mourão included. As the granddaughter of the well-known writer Tomaz de Figueiredo, she picks apart few of them in an intimate yet universally meaningful way. As such, her movie also becomes a portrait of dictatorship and resistance and of the urge to make art.
Description: The Surire Salt Flat is located at an altitude of 4300 m in the Chilean High Plateau and is one of the most remote territories in the world, keeping the treasure of untouched nature with all its beauty but also holding an allurement: a large amount of borax, promising the mining industry profits at unknown levels. Surire, metaphorically says us in an outstanding visual method the storyline of our planet - about the very necessary topics of the disappearance of traditional indigenous culture, untouched nature, the environment, and the clash of fresh and old.
Description: “I met Gordon Matta-Clark at the 1975 Paris Biennale. He was looking for a zone to create a piece. I led him to a building across the road from my zone on rue Beaubourg that I had been taking images of for the past year and which was about to be demolished. In front of my eyes Conical Intersect became the last unexpected and dazzling resident of 29 rue Beaubourg.” —Marc Petitjean
Description: A storyline focusing on a elite law school fraternitty, it follows a week in the lives of a neophyte, a master, and a lawyer alumnus, and crosses the lines of money, power and connections within Manila’s society.
Description: BARELY DEAD is a movie about an underground culture that has grown beyond ethnicity, economic and social boundaries - a culture brought together by a shared love for rollerblading." And why that culture is going to be the next nice anti-establishment movement for the 21st century.
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Tis is quite a lively and clever tiny movie - there is practically no dialogue (the whole opening sequence being effectively shot as a silent movie with background soundscape, and the main body of notification being conveyed in the form of a portentous voice-over from the documentary the characters are supposedly watching), but it achieves humour and interest via its visual sequences. I watched it as an accompanying short to a detail movie at the National Movie Theatre in London, which is itself situated under Waterloo Bridge only a several minutes' walk away from the station, it was fascinating to see how much -- and how tiny -- the terminus has changed over the last sixty years. (The newsreel cinema on the station concourse has long gone, alas, and I trust the subterranean freight tunnels are nowadays the zone for experimental theatre productions.)There are inevitable resonances with John Schlesinger's nice 1961 documentary for British Move Films, "Terminus" (also shot at Waterloo Station), but of course this production now came first.
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