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Description: Indonesian noise, the biggest stage of extreme and independent melody stage is the largest in South-East Asia. This documentary gives an extensive overview with numerous bands, artists and speakers, all from Jakarta, Bandung, Bekasi, Yogyakarta, and Tokyo, who freely talk about their own definitions and approaches to noise music.
Description: Song of Ceylon was commissioned for the short-lived German TV-series Telekritik and broadcasted in 1975. In Telekritik documentary approaches were analysed and made accessible for a critique of contemporary TV, its aesthetics and modes of production. Another creators for the series contain Hartmut Bitomsky, Rainer Gansera and Klaus Wildenhahn.In the 30-minute movie, Farocki shows and comments on excerpts from the movie Song of Ceylon by Basil Wright (and a short segment of Eisenstein's Mexico-fragments). Farocki's voice-over describes part of the movie, focussing on features and montage. He also uses didactic and descriptive drawings and intertitles to confront the classic documentary and its stylistic approaches with contemporary TV.
Description: A set of seven portraits consisting of private accounts from the lives of gays and lesbians. The narration contains stories about coming out, bashing, cross-dressing and AIDS.
Description: The movie that Michael Janusonis of the Providence Journal claims, "is not to be missed," is an exhilarating ride; a poignant and often hilarious look at one of Fresh England's nice landmarks. YMBTT takes you all the method back to 1847, to the early beginning of Rocky Mission Park, then flies quick like a roller coaster to its current, demolished state. Along the method we meet colourful and insightful characters who rode the rides, who ran the rides, and who kept the park running for all those years. You'll see hurricanes and Presidents, the Yo-Yo and the Flume, and you'll just about be able to taste those clam cakes and that chowder from the World's Biggest Shore Dinner Hall.
Description: The testimonies of some artists on mural painting in Puerto Rico, as well as art historians and curators, offer multiple perspectives of the mural paintings in various geographical territories of the island.
Description: Filmed over the course of six years, from the jungles of south India to the highlands of northeastern Manipur, from the bustle of China to the beaches of Barbados, this visually lush documentary follows three boxers on the Indian women's national boxing team. Mary, Chhoto and Sarita rise to the top of their minigame and eventually strive for their ultimate goal: a spot at the Olympics. They have also been fighting vs centuries of tradition in a country where girls are expected to be sweet and docile. This epic storyline lets you step into the ring with the 40-strong squad and follow their meteoric climb.
Description: A movie on the come back of exorcism in the contemporary world. Every year a growing number of folks call their sense of unease “possession.” The Church answers to this spiritual emergency nominating an increasing number of exorcist priests and organizing training courses. Father Cataldo is one of the most sought-after exorcists in Sicily and elsewhere; he is popular for his tireless fighting spirit. Each Tuesday Gloria, Enrico, Anna, and Giulia, along with many others, attend Father Cataldo’s mass for deliverance, trying to search a cure for a sense of discomfort that has no respond nor a name. Whether believers or not, how far are we prepared to go to receive recognition for our own disease? What are we prepared to do to be delivered from it, here and now?
Description: For years, Julius Arile and Robert Matanda thrive among the bands of fighters that terrorize the North Kenyan countryside. So when both fighters suddenly disappear from the bush, many assume they are dead or have been arrested. Instead, they trade in their rifles for sneakers—in the hopes of making it large as professional marathon runners. Years of fleeing from the police have prepared the boys for running marathon distances, but do they have what it takes to overcome the corruption, mistrust and jealousy that threaten to derail their careers?
Description: Bluefin is a tale of epic stakes set in “the tuna capital of the world.” In North Lake, Prince Edward Island, filmmaker John Hopkins tries to shed light on a baffling mystery: normally wary bluefin tuna no longer fear humans, and no one is quite sure why. Astonished Island fishermen and scientists offer conflicting explanations for the bluefin’s puzzling behaviour. One thing is certain: this nice resurgence of large tuna flies in the face of scientific assessments claiming that endangered stocks are down by 90 percent.
Description: A single mom creates an unlikely weapon in the war for globe peace after her greatest mate a soldier, is axed in the head by a terrorist. Only actually she finds herself in the war of her life taking on corporate giants.
Description: The American Dream Is the cultural motif that has inspired North America for the last century. Work hard, save, sacrifice and you will receive ahead. America offers the freedom of upward mobility. But over the last decade the American Dream has been named into question. For many, it no longer seems to be working. The MILLENNIAL DREAM is a detail length documentary that explores the values that may replace the cultural motif known as The American Dream. As the Millennial generation becomes the most significant portion of the work force what will change about what we wish from our jobs, what education will look like, what kinds of companies will succeed in the fresh economy and what kinds of living communities will be desired? And what can towns and regions do to attract the fresh economy? Interviews with experts such as Seth Godin and the private reflections of young workers will stir debate and dialogue around what might emerge as the Millennial Dream.
Description: Searching for Realism is a winding exploration of Nova Scotia, Canada and of it’s contemporary realist artists, their curators and their exhibition “Capture 2014: Nova Scotian Realism.” The movie invites us to join in the curatorial adventure through artist’ studios across the province and culminates with the exhibition opening at Dalhousie University Art Gallery. Searching for Realism provides a window into realist painting in Nova Scotia from the mission of view of the artists themselves, who took matters into their own hands and organized this record-breaking exhibition.
Description: A mysterious web of international shortwave radio turrets once dominated the Tantramar marshlands near Sackville, Fresh Brunswick. For almost 70 years the RCI shortwave turrets broadcast around the world. Due to budget cuts, the website was decommissioned in 2012 and dismantled in 2014. Examining themes of identity and memory, the movie captures photos of the turrets over four seasons in different weather conditions, accompanied by the voices of residents and technicians narrating accounts of hearing radio broadcasts emanate from their household appliances.
Description: A detail documentary set in Kigali, Rwanda, the epicenter of the genocide that left a million dead two decades earlier. The movie follows eccentric retired Dartmouth Professor Emeritus, Andrew Garrod, as he mounts Romeo and Juliet with college students from both Hutu and Tutsi backgrounds. Hopes, expectations, pasts, personalities and cultures collide as opening night approaches.
Description: When Brian De Palma's 1974 movie Phantom of the Paradise was released, it was considered a failure almost everywhere. Except in the Canadian town of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Here is the storyline of a city and its love for the actually cult classic.
Description: An independent record shop owner and life-long Alice Cooper superfan convinces the original lineup of his favourite band to reunite at his shop over forty years after they parted ways.
Description: In March 2016, Luke Ryan and his fiancee Connie Witzøe embarked on their fifth annual 24 Hour Film Marathon. The challenge was laid out on YouTube in 2012 from Ryan Chattaway, and each year since Luke has taken part, and once again Connie joins him each step of the way. Spread out over a several days and a long weekend, the two watch an indulgent amount of films and talk about all of them, with random discussion on another subject along the way. Contemplating the end of the Marathon, going missing for a year, the exploits of detective Harry Kane, the mystery of the hornless unicorn, hidden messages, surprise appearances and much, much more. With the running time to lvl a tiny city, 24 Hour Film Marathon V has something for everyone and nothing for no one.
Description: Making a Marathon chronicles the creation of the web vlogumentary project 24 Hour Film Marathon V, in which director and editor Luke Ryan tutorials you through each step of the production. From the preparation stage, to filming, editing, the release of the vlogumentary and reflections on the project, Making a Marathon covers each step.
Description: An extraordinary soup kitchen in Milan - the Refettorio Ambrosiano - run by internationally renowned chef Massimo Bottura and 40 of the world's greatest chefs including Ferran Adria, Rene Redzepi, Alain Ducasse, Daniel Humm and many others. All meal served was made from the meal waste of Expo Milano 2015. The movie also says the compelling storyline of few of the refugees and homeless the Refettorio served.
Description: ‘Dead Harbor’ deals with the folks who were living in worst asylums at that time – institutions in which the society was throwing a method all those who they wanted to receive rid off and marginalize: psychiatric patients, alcoholics, old folks who no one wanted, ex prostitutes and the another social cases. Work was filmed in Asylum for adults in Bidružica. Without any true care or therapy, under difficult sedatives and drugs, inhabitants of Asylum wasted their days without any meaningful activities – walking in circles in the yard, sitting on the benches or in the greatest situation drinking in local pubs.
Description: Lazy, idle, effeminate, strikers from father to son : French stereotypes are doing well. Anglo-Saxons, very especially fond of these preconceived ideas, take delight in disseminate them accross the world. Political and cultural realms particularly adore it. Concerned about reflecting a positive photo abroad, politicians do their greatest today for their country to regain prestige. Decoding "French Bashing" diplomatic role and consequences.
Description: Home footage plus reenactments of the life & times of Hitler with his mistress, Eva Braun. Their early days of happiness followed by long separations due the fight causing much loneliness for Eva. Up until their suicides in the Bunker as the fight was drawing to its inevitable conclusion.
Description: From award-winning director Mat Whitecross and featuring extensive unseen archive footage, Supersonic charts the meteoric rise of Oasis from the council estates of Manchester to some of the largest concerts of all time in just three short years. This palpable, raw and moving movie shines a light on one of the most category and generation-defining British bands that has ever existed, and details candid fresh interviews with Noel and Liam Gallagher, their mother, and members of the band and street crew.
Description: Martin Stone chose freedom: in 1966, he took his young daughters, Deborah & Jacqueline and hit the street on a six-year journey with America's wildest hippy community, the Hog Farm. Five decades later, Martin and his women live very separate lives. Martin remained real to his counter-culture beliefs and today, lives "in community," sharing his rambling Montreal, Mile End apartment with young roommates who dig his alternative vibe. For Martin, being a hippy wasn't a phase, it's a method of life. His daughters, both actually living in Philadelphia, decided on less eccentric existences. Martin and his women give honest accounts of their lives together and why their paths and dreams ran so far apart. This is a movie about choices and how they impact those we love.
Description: Documentary on the Forest of Maricao revealing tiny known notification on it, while also incorporating the human footprint through oral histories and archaeological and architectural testimonies.
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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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