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Description: The movie starts with a sun materializing out of the emptiness of space. In the first of three sequences we see different photos from nature vs music: the sky, trees, leaves, a bird, water, sand, a beach. A tiny man wanders along the beach observing the natural globe around him. He walks and presently comes to a house and peers inside. The second sequence has no music. The narrator speaks of sculptor Alexander Calder and his work, as we see Calder in his workshop, cutting and creating unusual shapes, and seeing the resultant artworks. The last sequence has melody as we view photos of Calder's work. However, actually they are intercut with photos from nature so that we understand that Calder's inspiration is the natural globe around him. The movie ends as it began, with an photo of the sun, actually fading into the sky.
Description: Prestigious guitarist Stanley Jordan is well-known for his exclusive test of the guitar: His 10 fingers run along the neck of the instrument, creating unique sound results related to those created by a keyboard. This video filmed at the XI Montreal International Jazz Festival presents Jordan's spectacular guitar solos, confirming his immense talent (as if any confirmation were necessary!).
Description: "20 Centavos" is a feature-length documentary that portrays the social and political unrest triggered by the war vs the raise in the rates of public move in Sao Paulo and follows all the developments, on a national scale, of these early protests. Its main characters are the streets, the public territories taken by the voice of the protesters. Its speech is constructed by billboard after billboard, from claim to claim. The effect is a portrait, with more than realistic textures, of zeitgeist, a spirit of an era unknown in Brazil, marking the emergence of a fresh form of political activism that comes from a deep crisis with the concept of representative democracy.
Description: MGM Studios, which was formed the effect of a merger between Metro Pictures (owned by the Loews Company) and the Goldwyn Company, was the premier Hollywood film studio from the mid 1920's to the end of the 1950's, when a court ruling dissolved the close association between film studios and film theaters leading to the end of the studio system that controlled what happened in Hollywood, and when tv became a rival form of available entertainment. Led by Louis B. Mayer and Irving Thalberg but not with obstacles, MGM was the greatest of the studios at perpetuating the dream that anything was possible, both in front of the cameras and in the lives of Hollywood royalty, namely the film stars. Within a generation, films became the biggest cash making form of entertainment. The public went to see films in droves even during the depression, wanted to learn about and be close to the private lives of the Hollywood rich and famous, and aspired to be part of that Hollywood royalty.
Description: "Operation Spring" is a documentary thriller about a police investigation and court proceedings vs Africans suspected of belonging to a Nigerian drug ring. Fresh laws were implemented and fresh ways of investigation were place to the use for the first time. The movie poses the question of whether the defendants ever stood a possibility of receiving a fair trial.
Description: Among the pieces featured in Fragments are the final reel of John Ford's The Village Blacksmith (1922) and a glimpse at Emil Jannings in The Method of All Flesh (1927), the only Oscar®-winning performance in a lost film. Fragments also details clips from such lost movies as Cleopatra (1917), starring Theda Bara; The Miracle Boy (1919), with Lon Chaney; He Comes Up Smiling (1918), starring Douglas Fairbanks; an early lost sound film, Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929), filmed in early Technicolor, and the only color footage of silent star Clara Bow, Red Hair (1928). The tool is rounded out with interviews of movie preservationists involved in identifying and restoring these films. Also featured is a fresh interview with Diana Serra Cary, greatest known as "Baby Peggy," one of the major American kid stars of the silent era, who discusses one of the featured fragments, Darling of Fresh York (1923).
Description: She Makes Comics traces the fascinating history of girls in the comics industry. Despite famous assumptions about the comics world, girls have been writing, drawing, and reading comics since the medium’s beginnings in the late 19th century. And today, there are scores of girls involved in comics and its vibrant fanatic culture. Featuring variety of interviews with such vital figures as Ramona Fradon, Trina Robbins, Joyce Farmer, Karen Berger, Kelly Sue DeConnick, and Becky Cloonan, She Makes Comics is the first movie to bring together the most influential girls of the comics world.
Description: We see the movie game card on screen and sound is coming from the cinema, but the screen is black. The filmmaker hands a cellphone with video to two sitting in front of the crowd. The photo of the movie plays on the smartphone for those who can see it in the crowd as the audio comes through the cinema speakers.
Description: Super8 post-punk movie by Davorin Marc. Paura in citta does not only display a bold and strong exploration of form and themes that seem to have occupied Marc throughout his oeuvre, the movie is also a straightforward document of the spirit of the times and surroundings of its making.
Description: Interviews with celebrities such as Joan Baez, Jackson Browne, Dennis Hopper and Willie Nelson examine the remarkable career of actor-performer Kris Kristofferson, who successfully bridged the gap between Hollywood and Nashville. From his mastery of the "New Nashville" sound on his 1972 album "Jesus Was a Capricorn" to his role in the 1974 movie Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Kristofferson has shown an agility that's difficult to match.
Description: A woman's body communicates with its surroundings; it is a receptor of the macrocosm that bears traces of all another laws, including even the physiology with all its energetic zones. This is the energy that corresponds to spiritual experiences, which also depend on the body technique. The communicability can be understood, among another things, as one of the variations of the functioning of the body within the sequential regime of signs.
Description: Four photos on a tape by Breda Beban and Hrvoje Horvatić are four arbitrarily selected samples of the physical globe or four micro-geographies: the fluid structure of a puddle disturbed by raindrops, details of a remarkable man’s face, a fish’s head and granite cubes. The duration of fixation at every of the inserts and their gratis order (by association) transcends the iconic dimension of the videoclip and call for meditation.
Description: The Ohrid icon 'The Annunciation' is electronically transformed into a video image. Photos of biblical themes change into modernistic ones - into a cross. There is a line at the beginning of every image, and the spectator's view is outside the line, allowing him to follow the transformation of the sign, image, world.
Description: This movie is shot to mission out the flood of commercial messages in tv program, on billboards and megaboards, messages that take over our subconscious mind. We Love Belgrade is a log-line that justifies large investments. This shining out of advert messages is just a curtain that hides carelessness towards the environment and human lives. The entire Belgrade became a commercial to sell itself, by constantly sending adverts to its citizens. Should a commercial have any influence on a young mother of two whose only source of cash comes from trash cans?
Description: An epidemic of ritual abuse of kids from infants to teenagers is sweeping through the country. According to newest TV and radio broadcasts 2 million kids a year are reported missing, many too young to be runaways and 5 thousand unidentifiable bodies of kids are found every year in the US alone. "Devil Worship: The Rise of Satanism" takes you behind the scenes into current black witchcraft and satanic rituals. Former Satanists, practicing witches and law enforcement experts explain the vastness and diversity of the movement. Experts say why folks join and how Satanists recruit their members as well as their victims. Parents are given clues to determine if their kids are involved. Most importantly, risky doorways into the occult are exposed.
Description: A popular documentary about the Peugeot factory in Sochaux in the 1970s. In this region, everything is owned by Peugeot: homes, stores, schools and leisure - there is no escaping it. The production line dictates the rhythm of daily life: a horrible machine, draining workers' energy and hope.
Description: An undercover documentary movie produced and directed by British filmmaker Dominic Brown, about the struggle of the indigenous Sahrawi folks of Western Sahara. The documentary covers the actual human rights and political case of the Sahrawi. There are few interviews recorded with human rights victims including an elderly lady who had been attacked in her home the previous day by Moroccan safety forces. There is also a focus given to the alleged vested interests of countries in the region, particularly France. The movie states that the French Government's close relationship with Morocco, their trade deals and their test of veto over the terms of the UN point in Western Sahara are major factors.
Description: In 1994, the Montreal Expos held the greatest record in baseball until the mid-August strike and the whole post-season was cancelled. The squad never found success again, and in 2004, the franchise was forced to leave Montreal and transport to Washington. This movie provides access to strong behind-the-scenes footage – ranging from the players’ bus ride to the stadium, to their emotional reactions stepping onto the field, to the Montreal fanatics who have never forgotten baseball’s greatest squad in 1994. Interviews with media who followed the team’s season and discussions with former coaches and users will paint both a thrilling and heartbreaking picture of the influential ‘94 Montreal Expos – a groundbreaking team whose legacy lives on in Montreal
Description: Tero, 28, from Northern Finland is becoming a father, but has not yet said anybody. One Saturday night in December his mate Saku comes for a visit, bringing Tero two pairs of baby overalls. For some reason the entire village has heard the news. The men decide to create a toast for fatherhood.
Description: On January 3rd, 2001, documentary writer/producer Wayne Darwen brought a professional TV news team into the Temple of the O.T.A. to visually record a remarkable event: the summoning of the ancient spirit Vassago. Only 13 days after the ritual was visually recorded, President Laurent Kabila of the Congo was assassinated! See the whole operation in sequence, exactly as it happened with no rehearsals and no retakes. This 2011 edition has ten more mins of fresh footage with commentary on the Vassago Prophecy, as subsequently revealed in the following 2 years, plus a fresh prophecy from Vassago.
Description: This storyline began with a blind, bull elephant named Pla-Ra. Paul Barton took his piano to ElephantsWorld, a Sanctuary on the banks of the River Kwai in Thailand and began testing to the elephants while they were eating. "They were all having Barna Grass and it was that time of the day, when the elephants receive to eat a lot and they don't waste a moment because they know that moment won't last forever," Paul recalls. "Pla-Ra was behind the piano with a mouthful of barna grass and I started to enjoy Beethoven. Pla-Ra was chewing, and as later as I played the first chords, he stopped eating with stalks of Barna grass protruding from every side of his mouth, and that's the method he stayed until the end of the piece." "Each time I played melody for Pla-Ra, whether flute or piano, there was an identical reaction. Pla-Ra would stand for a while, and then he would curl his trunk and keep his trunk in his mouth until the piece was over. No matter how long that piece was, he would stay like that." ...
Description: The film detail different moments of 2013 and 2014, such as Shinoda Mariko, Itano Tomomi and Oshima Yuko's graduation, the AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri, the AKB48 Group Draft Kaigi 2013, Sashihara Rino winning the 5th Senbatsu Election, Watanabe Mayu winning the 6th Senbatsu Election and the AKB48 National Olympic Stadium Concert.
Description: A Flea Store Documentary is a fresh PBS unique and an all-American celebration of open-air shopping across the country. On any weekend, there may be no better zone to search out what makes America nice than at a flea market. A Flea Store Documentary is an unabashed celebration of the unusual folks and the enticing things that can be found in parking lots, fairgrounds, drive-ins, sidewalks, and wherever else someone has posted a sign telling "Flea Market." It's capitalism mixed with craziness. It's nice old stuff, nice salespeople, the ancient tradition of the open-air market, and the chance of finding a bargain, all uniting shoppers across the nation. Produced by WQED Pittsburgh, A Flea Store Documentary travels from the large Rose Bowl Store in Pasadena, California, to the busy but modest- sized Eastern Store in Washington, DC, talking with organizers, vendors, meal merchants and shoppers.
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No another reviews for this documentary as I come here, with only a handful of overall rating votes. The picture is an inspirational look at how the races can come together in mutual friendship and respect if individuals are left to their own devices instead of being cowed by institutional racism. In 1955, Tiny League baseball fervor was widespread throughout the country, as the national pastime had an uncanny fascination for the minds and hearts of youngsters everywhere. Count me in that group, although my own Tiny League days occurred about a decade after the happenings described in this story. A lot of credit gotta go to the National LL Headquarters in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, whose president insisted that playoff minigames leading to a National Championship gotta be decided on the field between competitive teams, no matter what color the users were.Here's the scenario - the Pensacola Jaycees were an all black LL squad composed of All-Star users from their local neighborhood. When it came time for district playoffs in their part of the state of Florida, each white squad refused to enjoy vs them. That would have been a decision made by managers, coaches, league executives and even the parents themselves. Because of the national rule, each white squad that refused to enjoy forfeited their position in the tournament. The Pensacola squad won all their district playoff minigames by forfeit, a total of 61 games! The Pensacola users themselves weren't exactly thrilled by this, they would have preferred to enjoy to prove to themselves how nice they were.By reaching the state level, the Pensacola Jaycees had to travel four hundred miles to Orlando, website of the their next playoff round vs the Orlando Kiwanis. In this case, it was the users of the Orlando squad who expressed their desire to enjoy vs the all black team, so parents and coaches fell in line. The league office at the state lvl was approached by irate opponents, but wisely backed off and allowed the decision to be made locally. In what is actually a historic happening in both sports and race relations, the opposing squads met on the testing field. It was no Cinderella storyline for the Pensacola team, as they lost to the larger and better Orlando team, 5-0, but it marked other tiny turning mission in the history of race relations in the country.Members of both the original squads were interviewed for this documentary, and it would have been a shame if they weren't brought together by the movie makers putting this storyline together. That's exactly what happened, as sixty one years following the historic minigame played in 1955, members of both squads met on the same testing field to reminisce and declare their appreciation for every another in crossing the line of segregation that existed in the past. In earlier interviews, users of both sides described their feelings about growing up in a time marked by racism and intolerance. For most as kids, it was 'just the method things were', without giving it a second thought. As adults, they recognize notable improvement in the method things are today, though with an acknowledgment that race relations still have a method to go.Adding some resonance to the topic, former professional league ball users lend their comments, including Hank Aaron, Cal Ripken Sr., Davey Johnson and Gary Sheffield, along with early civil rights leader and politician, Andrew Young. They all commend the sport of baseball for the method it 'leveled the testing field' for blacks and whites in a method that was healthy and inspiring for the children who enjoy the game. Baseball fanatic or not, the documentary is worthwhile viewing, and it wouldn't be a terrible concept to spread it's message as far and wide as possible.
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