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Description: 84 year-old Bob Wanek has been the official scorer for the Milwaukee Bucks for the past 50 years. Brendan T. Jones's nimble portrait doc surveys Wanek's career and brings us courtside for some fun fly-on-the-wall moments.
Description: Take a deep dive into the underground eco-system that is Milwaukee's Riverwest Movie & Video. Part video store, part radio station, and fully trippy, Riverwest serves as a neighborhood hangout for cinephiles, soulful singers, and lost souls. Director Emir Cakaroz takes his zone with the another flies on the wall and introduces us to an nice cast of real-life characters, from self proclaimed rabbis to would-be bicycle messengers, it takes all kinds to make the self-contained universe that is Riverwest Movie & Video.
Description: Nalle Hukkataival and Jimmy Webb recently traveled to Swaziland in find of fresh boulders and found an unforgettable country with nice folks and fascinating culture. But finding boulder issues isn't as simple as it sounds, you might end up walking through fields and forest for hours and search nothing. Or you might search a gem, something that should possibly be THE next difficult line, maybe even the African Star...
Description: Documentaries by Katia and Maurice Krafft detail some of the nice footage shot by the renowned volcanologists, who perished in 1991 while filming a volcano in Japan. The duo documented more active and erupting volcanos than any another scientists in the world, and their dedication shows in Deadly Peaks and Assassin Volcanos, two educational movies that capture the scientists on the edge of a hot ash blast and floating on a lake of sulfuric acid. The movies visit Mount Kilimanjaro and examine some of the less-known dangers such as carbon monoxide gas that builds under crater-formed lakes. They also take an in-depth look at the eruption of Mount St. Helens and the lengths to which folks will go to save their communities. Venturing to territories where most folks would never dare, the Kraffts gave their lives to promote the study of volcanos and left behind a legacy of courage in the name of science. --Shannon Gee
Description: Described as “stories from survivors of historical trauma,” this documentary movie co-directed by Kathy Broere, Sarah Edstrom, Jonathan Thunder, and Bob Trench was produced in collaboration with few organizations and is the first to chronicle the impact of historical trauma on the lives of Native peoples today, giving voice to their stories of survival and resilience in the face of multigenerational trauma.
Description: In Not in My Lifetime, documentarian Pamela Colby offers insight into the war for marriage equality from the viewpoint of the GLBT community of the Baby Boomer generation. The topics of marriage equality has been a tenuous one through different periods in American history, culminating in the Marriage Equality Act which was made into law on July 9th, 2015. For the GLBT community of this generation, denial of the right to marry forced couples to navigate an unsteady and often unjust globe in order to protect and preserve their love.
Description: Dawn Mikkelson’s Risking Light is a meditation on forgiveness, layered with a theme that is rarely seen on the screen—forgiving the unforgivable. Five years prior to making the film, Mikkelson met Mary Johnson and O’Shea Israel, a meeting she describes as a life-changing happening that would lead to the development of Risking Light. It was then she learned that Johnson had selected to forgive Israel for the murder of her son, which motivates the tone of humanistic point in the film.
Description: Charles Alexander Eastman was a renowned physician, author, lecturer and Native American rights advocate. His life has been documented in different articles throughout history, but Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian makes for a truly special effort—a project helmed by Eastman’s descendants. Kate Beane and her family bring Eastman’s storyline to screen, charting from his childhood growing to his education to his illustrious career.
Description: San Jose, Costa Rica: a town behind bars. The obsession with home security reaches unimaginable lvls in this country. Doble llave y cadena probes for answers deep within the souls of Costa Ricans and tries to explain the incarceration of their city.
Description: In 1963 at Michigan State University, Head Coach Duffy Daugherty chose 23 black boys to enjoy on the college team. From this transport came legends Gene Washington, Bubba Smith, George Webster and Clinton Jones. Director Maya Washington, Gene Washington’s daughter, charts the legacy of her father’s career and influence, along with the impact the happenings of 1963 have shown in the show day.
Description: Love comes in many forms, and in Music Gilbert’s Silicone Soul, the need for companionship and understanding is shown in the bond between humans and their synthetic companions. Tenderly captured by Gilbert, the bonds shown in the movie are diverse and layered: from romantic relationships, to friendships, to a recreation of the love between mother and child. Silicone Soul does not let for its topics to be easy labeled or judged. Instead, the movie is a collection of resoundingly human stories that reflect universal themes—the desire for love, compassion and communication.
Description: Are you clean or are you doping? This questions haunts Tony Martin since he became a pro. He considers himself as one of the "new generation". But is that believable? Whom can you trust? Some of the folks of his squad have a questionable history. This documentary gives an intimate insight into the structure of a pro cycling squad and shows territories which are normally absolut taboo zones for cameras.
Description: Zanskar is a remote kingdom in the northwest Indian Himalaya, where local folks are snow-bound for six months of the year. About 10,000 Zanskaris live in the isolated valley. In winter, mountain passes are blocked, the summer Jeep street closes and buses stop. Two decades ago, three mates founded a ski school - to enable winter travel in the valley, improve quality of life, and to encourage young folks to stay in Zanskar by supporting establish a culture of mountain sports. The movie says the storyline of this friendship, the ski school and the development of skiing in the area. Along the method a bigger question is raised. Most recently, the federal government announced a major street building project that will deliever year round access to Zanskar. How can Zanskar's wilderness be preserved? It is only a matter of time before the winter street is completed, and the "Big India" rushes in.
Description: Minneapolis filmmaker Al Milgrom has worn many hats throughout his career—documentarian, globe traveler and cinema pioneer being a few. In this documentary detail from Phil Harder, we follow the actually 95-year-old Milgrom through his life and living legacy. From his first introduction to film, via Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid, to a tour through his private home “film museum,” A Work in Progress is an inspiring portrait of one of Minnesota’s leading artistic voices. Milgrom himself discusses his adventure as a filmmaker and his actual projects, including his continued work on the 1959 documentary Russian Journey: The Storyline of a Filmmaker’s Travels Behind the Curtain
Description: Close-up stills of white Hollywood stars – including Elizabeth Taylor, Cary Grant, Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland, looking aghast and horrified – are intercut with news shots of boats crowded with refugees. Peering through slatted blinds and homing in with binoculars, the wide-eyed and troubled film characters seem to survey crowded decks. The photos of the refugees are manipulated, cropped, recoloured, sometimes reduced to almost abstract blobs. Vigil is short, terse and, with its increasing tempo, extremely powerful. The more you watch, the worse it gets. Stuck in their roles and behind their windows, the stars act out their emotions. Meanwhile, genuine human misery goes on, visibly manipulated for our consumption.
Description: Original cast members Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, David Garrison, Amanda Bearse, Christina Applegate, David Faustino and Ted McGinley reunite in the set of the Bundy's home and share memories from working on the show.
Description: A documentary about eminent Pula graphic designer and visual artist PREDRAG SPASOJEVIC (1959-2010), which left a unique tag on the cultural and social stage of Pula, Istria and beyond. Through a collage of recorded and archive material and animation of works from artistic opus, a warm storyline about the real size of Predrag Spasojevic and his works is formed. Fellow designers, photographers, artists, art critics, writers, eminent tourist workers, friends, associates and clients from different fields of activity speak about him and his graphic achievements.
Description: An artist with an exuberant imagination, a painter of the most extraordinay gardens and terrifying hells, a respected public figure of Hertogenbosch, and a boy of faith – Hieronymus Bosch is certainly the most fascinating and mysterious artist of the Renaissance.
Description: P.G. Wodehouse , perhaps greatest known and greatest loved of English comic novelists, is still something of a mystery. Affable and available to journalists, he was cripplingly shy and remained inscrutable about his personal life. This movie traces his career, from an Edwardian middle class family to his experiences in a German internment camp, with the support of Tom Sharpe , Barrie Pitt , Lady Frances Donaldson , Sir Edward Cazalet and Lt Col Norman Murphy , a Wodehouse scholar who claims to have discovered the origins of Blandings Castle.
Description: “Under the Upturned Moon” is a documentary that says an outstandingly gripping storyline of two journalists investigating the depths of Islamic community in a country as tiny and seemingly insignificant as Latvia.
Description: Fun thirty-three minute documentary about the making of David Cronenberg's THE BROOD details interviews with star Samantha Eggar, executive producer Pierre David, unique results artists Rick Baker and Joe Blasco as well as assistant director John Board.
Description: Aleksandar Zograf, a renowned cartoonist discovers an unusual comic ebook from Globe Fight II. The comic’s character is Kaktus Child – a tiny cactus trapped in his pot. Intrigued, Zograf investigates into the life of Kaktus Kid’s author – tiny known artist Veljko Kockar. He later discovers that Kockar was arrested just after the liberation of Belgrade in 1944. He was charged for being a Gestapo agent and executed. Zograf’s investigation reveals a far more complex story: Kockar’s identity and artistic works were stolen, he possibly has an affair with the girlfriend of a guerilla soldier and he drew anti-communist propaganda for the Nazis. As he explores the storyline and pieces together the scraps of evidence 70 years after it happened Zograf is faced with his own private and artistic dilemmas: why do these tiny drawings have such power to give consolation but also lead to violence?
Description: The "Occupied Cinema" follows young activists and happenings surrounding the takeover of "Zvezda", one of 14 extinguished cinemas from the privatized company "Beograd Film".
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