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Description: The movie is dedicated to a special artistic phenomenon—the work of musician Oleg Karavaichuk, who with nice strength embodied the understanding of “The Spirit of St. Petersburg” in our time. About this movie composer who wrote melody for more than 100 movies, and the author of virtuosic piano, improvisations, Dmitry Shostakovich said, “Karavaichuk is not a talent; he is a genius.” This is how he was discussed, as the last musical genius, in June 2016, when Oleg Karavaichuk passed away. The next year, 2017, he would have turned 90 years old.
Description: Visions fugitives are the moments of when melody is born; they are elusive and normally hidden from the audience. This movie is a portrait of the legendary musician and composer Vyacheslav Gaivoronsky (the author of melody for movies by Evgeny Yufit, Oleg Kovalov, and others). Shot over year, it focuses on special episodes during rehearsals. Featured in the movie are Vladimir Chekasin, Vladimir Tarasov, Vladislav Pesin, and another outstanding musicians
Description: On November 20, 1979 at 5:30 AM, hundreds of armed boys take over the Grand Mosque of Mecca, transforming the holiest shrine of Islam into a fortress and a trap for almost 100.000 pilgrims inside. This is the beginning of the SIEGE OF MECCA.
Description: Following Landstück (2016), Volker Koepp's documentary Seestück is about the magical, natural setting of the Baltic Sea, its coasts and its folks – including fishermen, seamen, scientists and young folks on both the Baltic and Scandinavian shores. Conversations meander from Caspar David Friedrich to Copernicus, Rousseau and Kant, or simply life itself. Show concerns address the sea's threatened ecosystem and political frictions among the neighbouring countries. One universal truth applies for the tiny Baltic Sea too: The landscape is a window to the world.
Description: The world-renowned Marina Abramović has argued that artists could not fall in love with every other. The movie VovaNina decisively overturns this categorical statement by showing us the life storyline of two outstanding Moscow artists, Vladimir Salnikov and Nina Kotel.
Description: In this ground-breaking expose, industry insiders go on the record to explain how carefully Pokies are programmed for addiction. They’re joined by world-leading neuroscientists, taking you into the lab to reveal how these machines work on the deepest lvls of our brains, leading some researchers to call them “electronic morphine”. And, we reveal how successive Australian governments have become the largest addicts of all. This documentary puts the pokie machine on trial.
Description: After having his vehicle stolen, Iranian filmmaker Hesam Eslami meets Ehsan, the leader of an adolescent crime gang that breaks into vehicles regularly. What forms is a close relationship between the director and the members of the group, following their steps for six entire years. 20th Circuit Suspects provides an intimate look into Ehsan and the gang's life by documenting thefts, wild chases, running from the police, imprisonment, release and, ultimately, the gang splitting up.
Description: Although tiny in population, the melody stage in the town of Fredericton, Fresh Brunswick, is rich in talent across a wide range of categories including rock, punk, hip-hop, metal, country, pop, jazz, classical, and everything in-between. The Capital Project focuses on the tightly knit community and their relationship to The Capital, a melody venue and bar that has served as a lynchpin of the live melody stage for over a decade.
Description: When all North American air traffic was grounded after the terrorist attacks on 9/11, over six thousand passengers from all over the globe were stranded in the small community of Gander, Newfoundland. For five days the folks of Gander housed, fed, clothed, and entertained their homesick visitors, creating a lasting memory for the waylaid passengers and forming a special bond that continues to this day between the folks of Gander, and the ‘come from aways’.
Description: Musician Catherine MacLellan—the daughter of Canadian singer/songwriting legend Gene MacLellan—grew up surrounded by her father’s music. He committed suicide when she was 14. The Song and the Sorrow follows Catherine as she adventures to understand her father and face her own struggles with mental illness. Through archival footage and intimate interviews with friends, family members, and musicians who knew and played with Gene—including Anne Murray, Lennie Gallant, and the late Ron Hynes—the movie reveals a troubled and loving boy who was never at ease with fame or money.
Description: The controversial Swedish creator Anderz Harning (1938-1992) share component of his writing, his sources of inspiration and his never ending anger. "Didn't I tell so/Vad var det jag sa" are the challenging words on his memorial stone. Anderz Harning was a major critic of the modern bureaucratic society, nepotism and abuse of power. In his autobiographical novels "Stålbadet" and "Asfåglarna", he reflects on his upbringing in a Nazi home in Sweden.
Description: Michael Palin heads for rural Pennsylvania and Maine to discover the extraordinary life and work of one of America's most famous and controversial painters, Andrew Wyeth. Fascinated by his iconic painting Christina's World, Palin goes in find of the true life stories that inspired this and Wyeth's another depictions of the American landscape and its difficult grafting inhabitants. Tracking down the farmers, mates and family featured in Wyeth's magically true work, Palin builds a picture of an eccentric, enigmatic and driven painter. He also gets a rare interview with Helga, the girl who place Wyeth back in the headlines when the press discovered he had been painting her nude, compulsively but secretly for 15 years.
Description: A re-examination of the 1996 murder of 6-year-old JonBenét Ramsey that contains never-before-seen evidence, police interrogation tapes, unsealed documents, more than 500 family photographs, and profiles of chief suspects.
Description: In a seasonal special, Gordon Buchanan meets the animals who live in nature's winter wonderlands. He reveals their survival secrets, from the polar bear mother who gives her cubs the greatest possible begin in life to the owl that finds meal hidden beneath a blanket of snow, plus the plucky penguins that huddle together to hold warm. Gordon also unwraps the lives of our favorite Christmas characters - those unbelievable reindeer and our very own robin redbreast!
Description: A conversation with the Swedish creator Birgitta Trotzig (1929-2011) , member of the Swedish Academy between 1993 and 2011. Trotzig's language is strongly driven and honored, often dark and hard-to-reach, but with a sharpness penetrating deeply into the reader susceptible to her prose. The main themes of her ebooks are guilt and liberation, often with a Christian vocabulary, and the balance between ethics and ethics.
Description: Each day of her life, Angela kept a diary, filled with words and drawings, in which she recorded public and personal matters, meetings, things she had read, everything. Including the acc of two trips to Russia (1989-90). The period of the collapse of the USSR. A diary that she had been keeping in tiny Chinese notebooks, since before Dal Polo all’Equatore (1986), on our uninterrupted work on the violence of the 20th century. From our tours in the United States with the “scented films” of the late seventies to the Anthology Movie Archive of Fresh York and the Berkeley Pacific Movie Archive...
Description: In commemoration of the Martin Luther Lord Jr. assassination in 1968, this movie is the storyline of an integral Afro-centric Washington D.C. Sculptor and arts activist, Uzikee Nelson, who has navigated through the decades of key pivotal moments in the shifting history of the D.C. Capital as it faced systematic dismantling of its once emblematic title, 'The Chocolate City'.
Description: Before Fifty Shades of Grey and beyond the limits of desire, Nucleus Movies draw back the veil on Fifty Shades of Erotica. Now, in the policy of your own home and as a consenting adult, you can succumb to trailers from carnal classics like The Libertine, Storyline of O, Venus In Furs, Cruel Passion, Gwendoline, Education Anglaise, Dressage and many, many more as you enter the timeless globe of fetishistic fantasy, deviant desires and pulsating pleasure! Submit yourself to the salacious sensations and cruel caresses of this mind-blowing collection of curated carnality, the rare and raunchy, re-mastered from the finest accessible materials. So, lie back, relax and prepare to enter the sensual globe of Fifty Shades of Erotica...
Description: The Artists explores the first three decades of video minigame history through the stories of the designers and programmers who laid the groundwork to redefine pop culture. For a heavy audience, video minigames are the movies of the 21st century and a basic source of storytelling. How did that happen? An entertaining acc of this stunning success story, The Artists is the saga of how video minigames became such an influential cultural force.
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