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Description: A dazzling adventure through time via the remarkable photos of National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting and his epic "LIFE" project, which presents a stunning interpretation of life on Earth, from the Large Bang through the present.
Description: From foaling barn to finish line, Thoroughbred follows a year in the life of this storied horse, showcasing the beauty of the breed, revealing the folks whose lives revolve around the racing industry, and exploring the history and traditions of the Thoroughbred world.
Description: Swinging and twirling Dorothy Toy Fong the legendary tap dancer is still exciting at 99 years old. Award-winning reporter Rick Quan traces Fong’s adventure as a popular duo with Paul Wing and exciting run with her Oriental Showgirl group. Fong’s wondrous spirit dances off the screen and into your heart.
Description: Prepare yourself for a sensory overload of epic proportions. Nothing less than the history of the universe, the formation of the stars and planets, the origins of matter, and the daunting post-human future that lies ahead are explored in this mind-bending experience. Photon is an ultra-ambitious summation of human knowledge that combines stunning phantasmagoric visuals and a dense but engaging, even dryly humorous, voiceover in what you might call an experimental science lesson—a ruin course in, well, everything. How did we come to be? How are we as we are? The largest questions are asked, and answered, with inventiveness and aplomb. Photon even delves into the biological foundations of human behaviours such as violence and alcoholism. Dazzling animation visualizes that which we should otherwise not see, ingeniously illustrating features of quantum physics. It’s a powerful dose of eye and brain candy in equal measure.
Description: Witness firsthand the struggle of the charismatic and controversial US attorney who, since 9/11, has been charged with the impossible task of assigning a dollar value to life when compensating victims of America’s most tragic events.
Description: Welcome to Longyearbyen, the only settlement in the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard. Situated 300 miles from the North Pole, where polar bears outnumber humans, and bearing the distinction of being the northernmost city in the world, Longyearbyen is a community with an unforgiving climate, dreary isolation and an uncertain economic future. Like many tiny towns, Longyearbyen was once a bustling industrial hub that’s actually struggling to search innovative methods to sustain itself. This Cold Life is filmmaker Darren Mann’s visually stunning portrait that illuminates a tight-knit group of colorful and resourceful residents who are dedicated to preserving the land they call home. Through charming individual reflections, including two boys who fought to change a law to establish a brewery and become the town’s only export, we experience what it’s like to live in unity for our neighbours’ well-being.
Description: The world's most pretty girl was also the secret inventor of safe wifi, bluetooth and GPS communications, but her arresting looks stood in the method of her being given the credit she deserved... until now.
Description: Plot 35 is a zone that was never mentioned in my family; it is where my elder sister, who died aged three, is buried. The sister about whom I was said nothing, or nearly nothing, and of whom my parents had oddly never kept a single photograph. It was to create up for the missing photos that I decided to create this film. Thinking that I would simply chronicle a forgotten life, in fact I opened up the hidden door to a past that I was unaware of, to the subconscious memory that lies inside every of us and who makes us what we are.
Description: The Future Doesn't Need Us… Or So We've Been Told. With the rise of technology and the real-time pressures of an online, global economy, humans will have to be very intelligent – and very attentive – not to be left behind by the future. From the perspective of those in charge, human labor is losing its value, and folks are becoming a liability. This documentary reveals the true motivation behind the secretive effort to reduce the population and bring resource test into strict, centralized control. Should it be that the largest threat we face isn't just automation and robots destroying jobs, but the larger sense that humans should become obsolete altogether?
Description: Freedom is defined as the power of self-determination attributed to the will; the quality of being independent of fate or necessity. To reach that lvl of liberty is a physical and mental endeavor that many will risk their life to obtain. Is life worth risking for the feeling of conquering fear and becoming free? Olympic Freestyle skier, Jossi Wells, meets extreme sports performing artists, The Flying Frenchies, to search out what it really means to be gratis and what drives individuals to chase such a strong right. Directed by Toa Fraser, this is the storyline of boys who push themselves to the mission of no return. There is no going back when death is at your door and you realize that this is the most necessary moment of your life because it should be your very last.
Description: Boys and girls in the Horn of Africa and adjiacent regions of the Middle East say stories of their relationships and contacts with demons and spirits in their life and culture.
Description: On an island where religion bars girls from testing soccer, the Queens resist cultural norms and challenge local assumptions about Islam and gender identity. The movie explores the history and hero of the team, and the evolving perception of girls in sports on the island.
Description: The True Storyline of Fake Democracy. Filmed over three years in five countries, FREEDOM FOR THE WOLF is an epic investigation into the fresh regime of illiberal democracy. From the young students of Hong Kong, to a rapper in post-Arab Spring Tunisia and the viral comedians of Bollywood, we explore how folks from each corner of the world are fighting the same struggle. They are fighting vs elected leaders who trample on human rights, minorities, and their political opponents.
Description: Over six years, BURIED ABOVE GROUND says the stories of three Americans battling the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - an Iraq Fight veteran; a Hurricane Katrina evacuee; and a kid abuse and domestic violence survivor.
Description: A documentary about the centuries-old storyline of one of the largest clubs in Brazilian football. From its foundation, the early years, the continental and globe games and the achievementes of its best stars.
Description: The "Sandlot" is one of those mystical, magical territories in childhood, a zone where dreams start and men and women learn the art of working together to accomplish a single goal.. to have fun... That fun has been taken away from the minigame and fewer and fewer children are selecting to not participate in youth athletics. You only receive so much time to spend with your kids. You need to create sure that when it's all told and done, you have no regrets. With the support of George Brett, Ned Yost, Cat Osterman, Joe Simpson ( Fox Sports Atlanta and the Atlanta Braves) and many others this soft subtile approach takes you on a adventure through the sandlot and shows you what it takes to bring the fun back to the minigames your children have selected to play! As George Brett says, 'When you realize that your kid is not going to be a large leaguer you will have a lot more fun!'
Description: Caught between chasing his past and accepting his impending end, a boy follows his childhood memories through the dark alleyways and desolate cemeteries of Boujad, Morocco.
Description: Boujad: A Nest In the Heat is a private and anguishing look at problems of separation, independence and return. As director Hakim Belabbes chronicles his adventure from his home in Chicago to visit his family in his hometown of Boujad in Morocco, his exploration of family relationships is self-conscious and at times painfully honest. We witness his most personal moments with his family. Belabbes' movie intimately explores the domestic territories and religious rituals of intra-family relationships, especially when compounded by one member's break with traditional values.
Description: A behind-the-scenes look at the prolific label's legacy and offer an in-depth look at the two-night anniversary extravaganza that took zone last May at Brooklyn's Barclays Center in honor of the late rap great, The Notorious B.I.G.
Description: In January 2016, armed protestors in Oregon occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to call attention to what they felt was an intrusion by the federal government into their right to create a living. In a larger sense, the “patriot community” introduced itself as disgruntled American citizens with grounds for airing their grievances vs a federal government that didn’t have their greatest interests at heart. The federal government begged to differ.
Description: In 2005, Tanya Vlach loses an eye in a horrific vehicle accident. As an artist and photographer, she approaches the loss as an occasion to discover the chance of turning her prosthetic eye into an intraocular camera. Her exciting adventure into the field of wearable tech changes her life, forever altering her perspective.
Description: A quirky elderly boy shares candid stories about the impact that aging, disease and death have had on his life and close relationships. Entertaining and goofy, cheerful and humorous, the boy and his outlook on life leave a sense of wonder when contrasted with the deep losses he has suffered.
Description: Jenni has an ordinary life of easy patterns revolving around family and work. Her everyday routine is seemingly unremarkable yet is of nice interest to someone she doesn’t know—but who knows everything about her. Harvest is a thrilling and inventive depiction of the hidden value in mundane routines.
Description: Filmmaker Froukje van Wengerden’s 86-year-old grandmother shares a strong memory from 1944, when she was just 14. As her storyline unfolds, we see a group of contemporary 14-year-old girls. Their procession of portraits permits the spectator to see simultaneously forward and back, into the future and towards the past. A miraculous testimonial that uses eye contact to focus the viewer inward and evoke unexpected emotions.
Description: A propaganda movie dealing with the training and purpose of the Sandinista police force. Dramatized situations of crimes and their solutions serve to illustrate its crime-solving capabilities.
Description: Explore the intoxicating globe of hacking through the eyes of Michael “Mafiaboy” Calce, who, at 15, was involved in one of the most egregious and widely covered cybercrimes in North America. As hacking becomes more sophisticated and widespread, and notification becomes synonymous with profit, can anyone remain immune to a breach of security?
Description: History of a Committed Cinema is a primer for the Nicaraguan audience to what they are watching on the screen. A critique of Western & Hollywood cinema, it outlines the hard technical, cinematic, and political tasks confronting INCINE (Instituto Nicaragüense de Cine) as it strives to build a native movie industry.
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