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Description: A documentaryOne of the most private documentaries out there. Nina Davenport's adventure through her life as a wedding videographer who is unable to obtain a marriage commitment from her boyfriend. As she attempts to create since of her life, Davenport interviews elderly girls who never married and her own mother, who was quite the prize in her day. What escapes onto movie is a courageous young girl who leaves her heart out for the taking.
Description: A filmmaker explores the life of her 100-year-old great-aunt, Jane Chung, an actress who made a career for herself at a time when Asian Americans faced widespread racism in Hollywood. Jane has had parts in over fifty movies and TV shows including Chinatown, When Harry Met Sally, M.A.S.H. and I Love Lucy, yet most of her roles are uncredited. Through the storyline of Jane Chung's life and career, More than a Face in the Crowd reveals a larger untold storyline of Asian American actors and extras in Hollywood.
Description: The tv footage of a wrestling match is employed here as a metaphor for Quebec society. Using voice-over narration, Falardeau presents a compelling analysis of the structure of wrestling and its rituals. The nice guy vs the evil antagonist, the forces of order and the desires of the crowd. ± The audience becomes part of the spectacle in this strong present where wrestlers confront one other under the watchful eye of the referee. It is a ritual of catharsis. The documentary starts with the words, photos and sounds of Quebec's political struggle, "SOS F.L.Q. Continuons le combat". Produced right after the October Crisis in 1970, a crucial moment in Quebec's struggle to become a sovereign state, independent of Canada, the tape is charged with the bitter experience and political aspirations of the period. We recognize in this tape, the "Falardeau style" evident through a very powerful narration that helps the photos till the end, when the video abruptly closes.
Description: The American military forces has a long tradition of cooperation with the film industry. Film studios can save millions of dollars by securing test of military stock footage, equipment and manpower. But there will only be cooperation if the scripts are depicting the armed forces in a favorable way. The most realistic and successful fight films has generally been made without the military's support.
Description: Britain is still a globe leader. Indeed it has twenty percent of a globe market, second only to the United States. And this industry is considered so necessary by the government that it consumes almost half of all research and development funds. Strangely it produces not consumer goods that folks want, but machines that hardly any of us test or wish to use. Moreover, for all its’ preeminence, its’ future is uncertain and depends to a huge degree on secret deals with some of the most corrupt and brutal regimes on Earth. One of the largest manufacturing industries in Britain at the close of the century is ARMS. John Pilger and David Munro look behind the political rhetoric and explore the globe of international arms dealing.
Description: In this, the first of his 58 documentary films, John Pilger combines candid interviews and nice frontline footage of Vietnam to portray a growing rift between the US military bureaucrats - "lifers" - and the troops who physically and mentally war the fight on the ground, the "grunts". By 1970, it is an internal sense of disillusionment and frustration born from this rift that is triggering the withdrawal of US forces from Vietnam.
Description: Fight By Another Means is a 1992 tv documentary by John Pilger and David Munro concerning loans to developing countries from the Globe Bank which cause them to pay more interest then they ever obtain in international aid ("debt as a weapon"). It also analyses Structural Adjustment Programs, which are proclaimed to enable countries to compete in the global economy, but have the result of lowering wages which effects in the transfer of wealth from terrible to rich. It details Dr. Susan George, creator of The Debt Boomerang.
Description: Taking drugs and intense cycling are the only things to which Cloud Rock La Belle has remained faithful throughout his life. Actually his son, Kaleo, challenges his eccentric father to a bicycle trip. Cycling through the Pacific Northwest, Kaleo questions his father's find for truth and demands justification for his absence in his life. This movie explores their failed father and son relationship and questions whether the hippie idea of freedom ultimately failed.
Description: Documentary on the Ramones, including archival footage, interviews and melody videos, this was first released on VHS in 1990 and soon re-released on DVD as part of the WEIRD TALES OF THE RAMONES box set in 2005, with expanded content. HEY, HO, LET'S GO!
Description: This black and white 16mm short is a montage of clips and sounds that is very bouncy and fun. There’s lots of 60s French hipsters, strange devices, dancing and a disjointed soundtrack that alternates between pop melody (like The Beatles and Screaming King Sutch) and harsh noise/tape manipulation which O’Leary composed himself. It reminds me of the movies of Gunvor Nelson, Jonas Mekas or even Frans Zwartjes. —Herb Shellenberger
Description: O’Leary’s second movie is a disjointed collage of beautifully shot footage with the filmmaker’s primitive and experimental soundtrack (lots of harmonium in this one). There are cityscapes, signs and billboards, nudes and plenty of cameos by another French actors/filmmakers of the day. Those with a sharp eye will spot Pierre Clementi (also credited as a cinematographer), Juliet Berto, Michel Auder, Frederic Pardo and more. —Herb Shellenberger
Description: One of the very several movies made by Etienne O'Leary, all of which emerged from the French underground circa 1968 and can be very loosely designated 'diary films.' Like the contemporaneous movies by O'Leary's more popular mate Pierre Clementi, they trippily document the drug-drenched hedonism of that era's dandies. O'Leary worked with an intoxicating style that foregrounded rapid and even subliminal cutting, dense layering of superimposed photos and a spontaneous notebook kind shooting style. Yet even if much of O'Leary's material was initially 'diaristic,' depicting the friends, lovers, and territories that he encountered in his personal life, the metamorphoses it underwent during editing transformed it into a series of ambiguously fictionalized, sometimes darkly sexual fantasias. - Experimental Movie Club
Description: In a quiet Orlando, Florida, suburb three young boys struggle to escape the wreckage of their pasts and make fresh lives for themselves. Their fresh home is CollegeBoysLive.com, a voyeur web cam house rigged with 32 cameras, where their each transport is watched by thousands of paying members. The site's author claims CollegeBoysLive.com is simply about showing that "it's okay to be gay." But the neighbors insist it's a pornographic whorehouse and sue to have them evicted. This intimate and provocative documentary examines a complex subculture, but at its heart is the universal find for family and acceptance
Description: Sixty years ago the pianist and arranger Brazilian Joao Donato meets with mates musicians to enjoy and turn those moments into historical performances. The habit began in the late 1940s, when the acriano Donato newly arrived to Rio. Born into a musical family, his father was a major, airplane pilot and mandolin, his mother liked to sing and brother planned to be a concert pianist, he decided to learn piano instrument closer to that which dominated the accordion. Hence to attend meetings at the home of Dick Farney in the early bossa nova was a leap.
Description: From award-winning filmmakers Beverly and Dereck Joubert, comes the wonderful storyline of the black rhino and those who are fighting to save the last of these nice creatures. Infuriated and desperate after witnessing poachers slay the last black Rhino in Botswana, the Jouberts enlisted the support of the Botswana Defense Force and began a heavy relocation effort. After years of difficult work, a tiny population of black rhinos is actually thriving in Botswana.
Description: Sample the sights and sounds of three distinct environments with this exotic National Geographic tool that takes you to the vast grasslands of the African savannah, the dense rainforests of the Amazon and the icy plains of the Arctic. Players can also select from two various audio tracks to accompany the slate of ever-changing imagery -- a selection of globe melody or an assortment of natural sounds.
Description: Chronicles the first-ever, senior citizen hip-hop dance squad for the Fresh Jersey Nets Basketball team, 12 girls and boy - all dance squad newbies, from auditions through to center court stardom.
Description: This documentary, first shown on the Turner Classic Films cable channel, says of the life and career of screenwriter Frances Marion. By the mid 1920s, she was the most respected and highest paid script writer in Hollywood. She also became the first person to victory two Oscars for her work (for The Large House (1930) and The Champ (1931)).
Description: August 4, 2006, the private find queries of 650,000 AOL (America Online) players accidentally ended up on the Internet, for all to see. These find queries were entered in AOL's find engine over a three-month period. After three days AOL realized their blunder and removed the informations from their site, but the sensitive personal informations had already leaked to few another sites. I love Alaska says the storyline of one of those AOL users.
Description: Otolith III proposes an alternate trajectory for the fictional protagonists of The Alien, the unrealised screenplay by legendary Bengali director Satyajit Ray. Written in 1967, The Alien would have been the first science fiction movie to be set in contemporary India.
Description: He was and is, without doubt, Jamaica's finest export and in this programme we can reveal for the first time the behind the scenes Bob Marley that only his closest confidantes should know. To understand more about this iconic Jamaican his long time girlfriend and Oscar nominated actress Esther Anderson describes in some feature along with exclusive unpublished home video footage, their life together at home in Jamaica and of their time spent in Hope Road, London. Of all the folks who considered themselves closest to him, Esther was probably the person who knew more about the man's innermost thoughts and fears than any; so much was she in tune with him she even helped to write some of his hit records. Also featured is the last interview he would ever give in the UK when journalist Kris Needs questions him about his foot injury (the injury that would eventually slay him) plus many another subject about which Marley held powerful views.
Description: The movie is a sort of presentation of Franco Fortini's ebook 'I Cani del Sinai'. Fortini, an Italian Jew, reads excerpts from the ebook about his alienation from Judaism and from the social relations around him, the rise of Fascism in Italy, the anti-Arab attitude of European culture. The images, mostly a series of Italian landscape shots, deliever a backdrop that highlights the meaning of the text. - Fabrizio Sabidussi
Description: Marc Emery, Canada's most prominent marijuana activist popularly known as the "Prince of Pot," faces extradition to the U.S. and a possible life sentence for selling marijuana seeds. "Prince of Pot" follows the controversial self-made leader of the marijuana movement as he attempts to raise an units of pot activists and lead them into war vs the U.S. Federal Government and their drug enforcement police, the D.E.A. Through Emery's special life and career as a civil agitator -- from his beginnings in London, Ontario to his showdown with the U.S. Drug Czar in Vancouver and D.E.A. in Montreal -- the movie examines deeper questions: Canadian sovereignty and police integration in a globe dominated by its southern neighbor. Written by Nickname Wilson
Description: Tessa Hughes-Freeland’s “Baby Doll” is a small slice of cinéma vérité from 1982 about the women working the actually defunct Baby Doll Lounge on Church and White St. in downtown Manhattan. It captures a moment before NYC got sanitized.
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