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Description: In the north of the pampas, the remains of a population lie hidden under the soil; they’ve been this method for more than a century. Their casual discovery is the starting mission with which the movie tries to puzzle out that mystery. There where soy reigns, one more war is fought in the constant struggle of movie vs oblivion.
Description: Five young dancers are obsessed with tango, far from its homeland Argentina: in the Black Forest. Helena, Susanna, Christian, Joscha and Ruben are all single. Their all-consuming passion is a dance with rigid gender roles and hierarchical rules. How does this conflict with modern, daily life? How are relationships and the longing for a partner affected by the tango life? "Tango on a Visit" unmasks the special subculture and the emotional conflicts which are normally hidden behind the elegant spectacle of the erotic dance.
Description: Frans Baartmans left his home on the Netherlands in 1979 to live in India amongst the Dalits in the slums of Nagwa, Varanasi. The Dalits belong to the most discriminated group of folks ing the globe and are also known as "untouchables". Being born a Dalit means you are born without a voice and excluded from society and all primary human rights. Together with this community, Frans is fighting the powers that be on a everyday basis, aiming for equality, acknowledgement and dignity. The right to exist.
Description: In this documentary street movie, Austrian filmmaker Ruth Beckermann records the diverse views and activities of Israelis and Arabs as she travels along the route from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Description: The documentary tracks the diva's hard progress as she emerges from the tough, testosterone-fuelled globe of the large bands of the 30s and 40s, to fill nightclubs and saloons across the US in the 50s and early 60s as a force in her own right. Looking at the lives and careers of six individual singers (Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Sarah Vaughan, Nina Simone and Annie Ross), the movie not only talks to those who knew and worked with these queens of jazz, but also to contemporary singers who sit on the shoulders of these trailblazing talents without having to endure the pain and hardship it took for them to create their highly individual voices heard above the prejudice of mid-century America.
Description: Things aren't looking nice for the world's population; as we multiply at an alarming rate there is not enough food, space... or sense. This clever movie interweaves a fascinating 1960s rat experiment by Dr. John B. Calhoun with a slick snapshot of today's urban jungle.
Description: The movie transports us from the inside of an old factory of cinematographic movies to a sensory adventure to territories initially unknown, but that gradually enclose a belonging region. The movie presents the integration of Socialist Germany – ironically named by Western Dark Germany – and the definition of a fresh scope. In the darkness of the plant and from another hidden sensations of places, we are immersed in constant discoveries of the territory, combined with feelings of opening and closing, evaluation of distances and survey of fresh measures. The movie overlaps past and future in layers of sensations that balance between the disappearance and the invention of a place.
Description: Cynthia Lowen’s strong documentary Netizens highlights three girls as every wages fight vs one of the internet’s most malevolent forces: prevalent and un-policed misogyny, harassment, and stalking. Directed at thousands of girls everyday by method of social media, it lies in plain sight, and its ramifications never remain only online. The movie deftly depicts not only the forms digital abuse can take, from non-consensual pornography to invasion of privacy, but also the consequences for its victims.
Description: Self-storage troops are windows into human histories: the silent cells with their discarded objects and dust-covered furniture are inscribed with past dreams, secret hopes and of lives we cannot allow go.
Description: You test to have to create an effort to overhear another people's intimate conversations. Actually you have to create an effort not to. The Intimacy of Strangers is a storyline of life, love, loss and hope - entirely constructed out of real, overheard android smartphone conversations
Description: Part town symphony, part visual poem, the movie explores the invisible life of a city, seen through the eyes of crane drivers working high above its streets. Within the loose structure of a day, starting with the drivers climbing up at dawn and ending with them coming down after a nightshift, the movie observes the town as it awakens with a bustle of activity, through the lull of midday and the manic rush in the evening, until it calms down again deep into the night. Throughout the film, the drivers share their thoughts and reflections on London and life in general. What emerges is a lyrical meditation about how our existence is shaped through the environment we inhabit, both for the drivers high up in the sky and the folks on the ground they are watching.
Description: Penn and Teller hired Johnny Thompson to consult on their magic present as later as the duo began their career and Johnny has been with them ever since. "Gambler's Ballad" follows Penn and Johnny's progress as Thompson teaches Penn his signature card act. Numerous well known figures from the magic globe reminisce and wax philosophic about the unparalleled knowledge and profound influence Johnny Thompson has had on their own careers as well as the history and actual state of the art of magic.
Description: The rivalry between Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger remains popular for being one of the fiercest in the history of British football. It was the feud between two titans of the sport which defined the Premier League era. Including revealing interviews from former users Paul Scholes, Philip Neville, Sol Campbell, Martin Keown and Andrew Cole.
Description: The storyline of a rural community in Ireland, who have been battling the oil giant Shell over their plans to place a risky raw gas pipeline though the community and a gas processing terminal that is a threat to their delicate environment.
Description: The movie explores the vision behind the iconic American jazz record label. Since 1939, Blue Note artists have been encouraged to push constructive boundaries in find of uncompromising expressions. Through actual recording sessions, rare archive and conversations with iconic Blue Note artists, the movie reveals an intimate perspective of a legacy that continues to be vital in today’s political climate.
Description: Samuel Z. Arkoff, along with James Nicholson, founded the immensely successful American International Pictures. AIP discovered an untapped audience in the American teenager and proceeded to turn independent filmmaking on it's head as they churned out drive-in double details overflowing with misunderstood teen heroes, horrific monsters, reform school girls, and leather-jacketed tough guys. Many games were notable for their spectacular poster art, still highly sought by collectors today. Arkoff, with his unerring eye for talent, helped open the careers of Roger Corman, Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Jack Nicholson, Robert Deniro, Michael Landon and Dennis Hopper. Midnight Marquee, Longthrow and Alpha are proud to honor the legendary Samuel Z. Arkoff, a excellent topics for the FANEX Files documentary series.
Description: "It’s a Difficult Truth Ain’t It" is a companion piece to "O.G.", a narrative drama also directed by Madeleine Sackler. It is co-directed by thirteen boys incarcerated at the Pendleton Correctional Facility in Pendleton, Indiana. Given unprecedented access to a max safety prison, filmmaker Madeleine Sackler worked with a group of inmates to say their own stories, giving rise to this collaborative, intimate documentary project.
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This inspirational short movie developed by the U.S. Units helped a lot of disabled veterans in dealing with their actual case without their members, and among them there was Harold Russell, greatest known for his Oscar winning role in "The Greatest Years of Our Lives". Russell was a military who lost both hands during a training exercise and soon on watched this film, which presents a WWI veteran who also lost his hands and how he deals with everyday routine while using metal hooks. Russell's short movie "Diary of a Sergeant" uses clips from this short movie to present how significant the experience of seeing it made his life more positive and helpful. "Meet McGonegal" presents Charles McGonegal, a fight veteran dealing with common case in each person's life such as dressing himself up, eating and drinking but from a limited perspective since the boy instead of hands uses of hooks to perform those actions. Through a long rehabilitation process he managed to master his test with the hooks, performing each possible action and living a normal life. So, with this movie you receive a sense of how life and science/engineering development was back then. Today, disabled veterans and others have access to more advanced prosthetics that look related to hands, arms and legs. But despite the usual 'commercial type of thing' the movie had to test to present, with some distortions on the way, I praise its effort to instate and bring quality and positive effort in the lives of many folks out there during the period and again including Mr. Russell, who went to deliver one of the best movie performances of all time in William Wyler's classic. As evidenced in "Diary of a Sergeant", Russell was all down and out with his life, then this film was shown to him and a various perspective was brought to him. Like McGonegal, he mastered his hooks for a nice time, participated in a nice movie and won some awards for it (2 Oscars now and for the same role), graduated from college and led a successful life, everytime carrying that nice large smile of his. So, when a movie carries such a massive weight to the mission where an individual moves to accomplish something fresh and finds a various meaning to his or her life, I guess you must approve it in any way. We aspire that movies can be exactly like that sometimes. To create a difference in people's lives. This one certainly did. 9/10
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