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Description: A short documentary by Brendan O’Connell in which he goes into Walmart shops to paint the aisles he walks and the folks he sees. O’Connell tells “whatever your views are, positive or negative similar to Walmart, it just is. From an artist’s perspective, addressing this environment that is an undeniable component to contemporary life is exciting.”
Description: In BEATOCELLO's UMBRELLA, award-winning director Georges Gachot says the storyline of Beat Richner&emdash;pediatric M.D. author, illustrator and concert cellist; from his coming-of-age in Switzerland, to his road performances as a young medical student in the persona of the clown Beatocello; to his founding of five children's hospitals in today's Cambodia. Revered as a national hero, Richner's Herculean efforts have saved the lives of millions of Cambodia's kids over the past 20 years, some who have grown up to serve as doctors in his state-of- the-art pediatric hospitals. Actually at 64 , Richner continues to practice medicine and travel the globe concertizing and singing about his protective red umbrella, which has come to symbolize the health and hope he brought to a grateful nation. Unlike many of his contemporaries who held utopian globe views, Beat Richner is one of the several who worked to made his vision a reality.
Description: “Getting to the top matters,” or so tells veteran alpinist Tag Richey as he prepares to climb Saser Kangri II, at 7,518 meters the world’s second highest unclimbed mountain. In “The Old Breed”, co- director and climber Freddie Wilkinson takes the audience with him on a adventure to the heart of one of the last unexplored patches of mountain wilderness: the war-inflicted eastern Karakoram range. As Richey and Steve Swenson, both in their 50s, push the limits of physical health and will power to be the first to claim this final summit, a gripping psychological thriller unfolds.
Description: An epic journey into an underground science and an unstoppable passion. Earthworm scientists concoct a plan to search and name their ultimate discovery...the world's first Super Worm. Nothing will stop them as they travel to all corners of the globe with spades, GPS worm locators and secret worm outing fluids to unearth their prize.
Description: Norway is the “highest” country of Europe in north. Its landscape is featured by high hills and deep valleys shaped by the large glaciers of the ice-period: the fiords. Although these coast valleys are the main attractions of the country they have been influencing the Norwegian culture for hundreds of years by providing shelter and possibility of agriculture for the early settlers. They left from here to explore the North-Atlantic zone and search Island, Greenland and even America.
Description: The Isle of Boy TT 2013 delivered all that was expected of it and more! This sports documentary captures the atmosphere, excitement and sheer speed of the best street race on Earth. Michael Dunlop proved he’d come of age as a nice street racer with four wins in one week. John McGuinness, Bruce Anstey, Guy Martin and another stars battled Dunlop each inch of the method in some of the closest racing ever seen at the TT. James Hillier and Dean Harrison led the charge for a fresh generation of street racers while Australian star Josh Brookes set an wonderful newcomers lap record in excess of 127mph! It’s all here including brilliant on-board and helicopter footage as well as nice super-slow-motion shots that will take your breath away.
Description: Biopic on the work, life and loves of the French playwright and novelist Honoré de Balzac, his evolution as a writer and how his individual works fit into the design of “La comedie humaine.”
Description: Won the Academy Award for the Greatest Documentary Short of 1954. The topics deals with the kids at The Royal School for the Deaf in Margate, Kent. The hearing-handicapped kids are shown painstakingly learning what words are through exercises and games, practicing lip-reading and finally speech. Richard Burton's calm and sometimes-poetic narration adds to the heartwarming cheerfulness and courage of the children.
Description: This Warner Bros. short reviews in an often humorous method the impact of the automobile on the United States. By 1900, the horseless carriage was beginning to have an impact. Early adopters were often the object of attention by huge curious crowds. There were many vehicle manufacturers and the quality of their product varied considerably. Traffic jams, pollution and automobile racing were only a several of the outcomes.
Description: This Warner Bros vignette details short snippets about well known people. It contains presidential candidate Warren Harding and his front porch campaign in his home city of Marion, Ohio where Al Jolson sang to the crowd; his successor, Calvin Coolidge; William Jennings Bryan at the 1920 Democratic convention where FDR was chosen as the Vice Presidential candidate; the visit of the Prince of Wales; the so-called monkey trial that pitted Clarence Darrow vs Bryan; Richard Bird as he trained for his flight over the North Pole; and finally George Bernard Shaw on a visit to America.
Description: The adventure recommended by the game is through time rather than space. In fact, two such adventures are made: the first back to the eighteenth century to pay tribute to the work of the pioneering naturalist and ornithologist Gilbert White (1720-1793), and the second studies the changing natural landscape near White's home city of Selborne in Hampshire between a typical March and May.
Description: Astronauts Gone Wild: An Investigation Into the Authenticity of the Moon Landings is a 2004 documentary movie produced and directed by Bart Winfield Sibrel, a Nashville, Tennessee-based filmmaker who charges that the six Apollo Moon landings in the 1960s and 1970s were elaborate hoaxes. Sibrel made this movie as a follow-up to his 2001 video A Funny Thing Happened on the Method to the Moon, which accuses NASA of falsifying the Apollo 11 point photography. The game of the movie is a wordplay on the Women Gone Wild video series.
Description: John Glenn's first flight ushered in the modern era of zone exploration for America. His landmark return to zone represented the final chapter of zone exploration in the 20th century.
Description: This feature-length documentary delves into the trilogy, opening with the inspiration and vision for the fresh Batman movies and inching its method toward the Rises finale and the culmination of nearly a decade of constructive blood, sweat and tears. Candid, thoughtful and extensive, and comprised of revealing behind-the-scenes footage, countless interviews, audition tapes (with Christian Bale and Cillian Murphy doning the cape and cowl), and a narrative grip and momentum all its own, it leaves no stone unturned.
Description: The Arkansas school integration crisis and the changes wrought in subsequent years. This movie profiles the lives of the nine African-American students who integrated Central High in Tiny Rock, Arkansas, during the fall of 1957. The movie documents the perspective of Jefferson Thomas and his fellow students seven years after their historic achievement. Central to this storyline is their quiet but brave entrance into Tiny Rock High, escorted by armed units under the intense pressure of the on looking crowd. We learn first hand their impressions of the past and show and their hopes for the future. Their selfless heroism broke the integration crisis and pioneered a fresh era. This movie went on to victory an Academy Award® for Greatest Documentary Short in 1964.
Description: This documentary shows how an Inuit artist's drawings are transferred to stone, printed and sold. Kenojuak Ashevak became the first girl involved with the printmaking co-operative in Cape Dorset. This movie was nominated for the 1963 Documentary Short Topics Oscar.
Description: Comprising train and track footage quickly shot just before a massive winter's snowfall was melting, the multi-award-winning classic that emerged from the cutting-room compresses British Rail's dedication to blizzard-battling into a thrilling eight-minute montage slash to music. Tough-as-boots workers struggling to hold the line clear are counterpointed with passengers' buffet-car comforts. (BFI)
Description: Soaring above the banks of the Mississippi River in St. Louis, Missouri, the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Arch stands today as the nation's tallest arch and national monument. "Monument to the Dream", at unnerving heights, traces the journeys of the Arch's evolution, from the early ideas on the drawing board to the fabrication of its stainless steel sections, and the triumphant placement, in a race vs the sun, of its final section in the fall of 1965. Through the words of the master architect Eero Saarinen, and the ambient chorus of mallets beating metal sheets into graceful curves, the movie reveals the innovative structural techniques and the brilliant design of this avant-garde monument, presenting one of this century's best civil engineering achievements as a metaphor for the struggle to victory the West. This movie went on to be nominated for an Academy Award® for Greatest Documentary Short in 1967.
Description: Sentinels of Silence is a 1971 short documentary movie on ancient Mexican civilizations. The movie was directed and written by Mexican filmmaker Robert Amram, and is notable for being the first and only short movie to victory two Academy Awards.
Description: This movie is a revealing portrait of a tough cop with a large heart. Sergeant Bernie "Whistling" Smith walks the beat on Vancouver's Eastside, the hangout of petty criminals, down-and-outs and a tons of characters. His policing is unorthodox. To many drug users, petty thieves and prostitutes in this economically depressed zone he is more than the iron hand of the law, he is also a counsellor and a friend.
Description: Tippi is no ordinary child. She believes that she has the gift of talking to animals and that they are like brothers to her. 'I speak to them with my mind, or through my eyes, my heart or my soul, and I see that they understand and respond me.' Tippi is the daughter of French filmmakers and wildlife photographers, Alain Degre and Sylvie Robert, who have captured her on movie with some of Africa's most pretty and risky animals. Tippi shares her thoughts and wisdom on Africa, its folks and the animals she has come to know and love. Often her wisdom is beyond her years, and her innocence and obvious rapport with the animals is both fascinating and charming.
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