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Description: The impeachment and removal from office of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in 2016 was triggered by a corruption scandal involving, among others, her then vice-president Michel Temer. Director Maria Augusta Ramos follows the trial vs Rousseff from the mission of view of her defence team. This is a courtroom drama that unfolds slowly: the appearances of the different parties gradually turn the proceedings into something akin to theatre. Inside the courtroom, grand emotions are played to full result whilst, on the another side of the doors, lobbyists and supporters pace the corridors. Meanwhile, outside, in front of Brasília’s modernist government buildings, demonstrators are chanting like a Greek chorus. Only the main character, Rousseff herself, remains professional and aloof.
Description: Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz 1992-2017. The end of the GDR gave rise to fresh artistic freedoms in reunited Berlin. Shortly after the fall of the Wall, rebel director Frank Castorf was appointed artistic director of the Volksbühne. His method of working altered the public’s perception of this theater. The chronological history of the Castorf era between 1992 and 2017 is said here in excerpts from the productions and in a series of conversations conducted on the long sofa in the theater's foyer.
Description: Capturing life of a family with a disabled father and deaf mother in a Chinese village during the lunar Fresh Year. Yao, a successful businessman in Beijing, left home young. Actually middle-aged, he returns to face demons from the past and fulfill his parent's dying want to settle down and finished the family.
Description: The storyline of the tortuous struggle vs the silence of the victims of the dictatorship imposed by General Franco after the win of the rebel side in the Spanish Civil Fight (1936-1975). In a democratic country, but still ideologically divided, the survivors seek justice as they organize the so-called “Argentinian lawsuit” and denounce the legally sanctioned pact of oblivion that intends to hide the crimes they were topics of.
Description: After ten years living as an expat in the United States, Asori Soto decides to return to his homeland of Cuba to find for the missing flavors of his childhood. This is a adventure to explore culinary traditions long thought lost due to the hardship that Cuba survived after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Description: Environmentally friendly electric cars, sustainably produced meal products, fair production processes: Hurray! If everything the corporations say us is true, we can save the globe through our buying decisions alone! A famous and risky lie. In his fresh documentary film, Werner Boote shows us, together with environmental expert Kathrin Hartmann, how we can protect ourselves. Down with green lies!
Description: Filmmaker Emily Railsback and award-winning sommelier Jeremy Quinn deliever intimate access to rural family life in the Republic of Georgia as they discover the rebirth of 8,000-year-old wine-making traditions almost lost during the period of Soviet rule.
Description: The movie says two parallel stories. One, set in the present, says of a pagent about the conquest of America, while the other, set in the 15th century, says of a group of conquistadors coming ashore searching for gold. The movie takes zone in an unnamed country.
Description: A group of filmmakers travel to a Kolla community in Salta to movie their folkways. We see all aspects of their life: farming, herding, cooking, football, and making melody during a Pachamama festival. In the course of filming, the leader of the Kolla community changes the filmmakers' view of what the documentary could be, and at the end of their visit they are changed. "La vida se puede ir amasando, como el barro": As life goes along, it becomes more pliant, like clay. An announcement at the beginning of the movie states that this is neither fiction nor documentary, but I'd tell it's closer to documentary.
Description: The storyline of how Ayia Napa became the mecca for UK Garage in the late 90s. With never-before-seen footage and original interviews from key names from UKG’s golden age.
Description: Storyline of the singer who came out of the Texas dustbowl to become the lord of Honky Tonk. With his Fender Telecaster guitar, no-nonsense style, and lush sound, Owens started a revolution in country melody that produced such hits as "Act Naturally" and "Together Again". Despite the loss of his greatest mate and lead guitarist Don Rich to a motorcycle accident, Buck persevered and is actually in his sixth decade of performing.
Description: Ñaalec (Fabián Valdez) is a Moqoit college student disenchanted with formal methods of learning and embarrassed by his drunken classmates. He seeks to recover his people's culture by learning from elders who still remember the old ways. Ñaalec travels to the Nanaicalo Nqote ("eye of the dragon"), a sacred lake whose water gave folks the power of the gods. This docudrama is part of a series of community-created movies supported by CEFREC (led by Iván Sanjinés, son of legendary Bolivian filmmaker Jorge Sanjinés).
Description: Set on zone in Libya, Italy and Greece during 2015-2016 at the height of the Mediterranean migration crisis, Precarious Trajectories focuses on the perilous sea crossings that hundreds of thousands of refugees have undertaken in newest years in order to arrive at what they hope will be the safer shores of Europe through the eyes of Ruha from Syria and Ahmed from Somalia.
Description: Documentary about the history of Jornal do Brasil, founded on April 14, 1891. In 1965, the Jornal do Brasil marked its innovative and active position, as recorded in the documentary "A Seventv-Four- Year-Old Fellow" by the filmmaker Nelson Pereira dos Santos, and the storyline itself was in charge of confirming. In the following years, the newspaper would witness the most remarkable happenings of the second half of the twentieth century in Brazil and in the world. It would applaud the democratic struggles and independence of peoples, help social demonstrations vs oppression and justice at all levels. Tirelessly, he did not hesitate to report the truth of the facts, regardless of the circumstances in which they presented themselves.
Description: A rare surviving record of 1960s drag performance at Camden’s Black Cap pub. Drag queens Shane and Laurie Lee perform and discuss their craft in this home-made documentary by US-born filmmaker Richard Benner.
Description: Araf is an essayistic street film and diary of a ghostly character, Nayia, who travels between Srebrenica, Sarajevo, and Mostar in Bosnia. She has been in exile since the fight and returns for the 22nd memorial of the Srebrenica genocide. The movie is guided by her diary notes of the journey, which merge with the myth of Daedalus and Icarus – Icarus being the name given to the champion of a bridge diving tournament in her home country.
Description: Shot in a single uncut sequence, Cinema Olanda Movie connects an architectural location, a number of individuals, and past and show happenings through a momentary filmic reality.
Description: The 1971 Attica prison uprising is a signature moment of radical resistance for the American Civil Rights movement. The subsequent retaking of the prison is an launch wound. Evidence of the Evidence explores this tortured history through a granular interrogation of its archival materials. Utilizing rarely seen video recordings shot by a Fresh York State Trooper, the ﬁlm offers a visceral ground lvl acc of the happenings at Attica, but also chronicles the contemporaneous mediation and narrativization of these events.
Description: The urge to relieve a winter valley of permanent shadow and search gold in alluvial gravel is part of a long history of desire and extraction in the far Canadian north. Cancan dancers, curlers, smelters, former town officials, and a curious cliff-side mirrored disc congregate to form a city portrait. Shot on zone in Dawson City, Yukon Territory.
Description: The movie approaches the biographies of two girls whose personalities were forcibly hidden behind their roles as wives and homemakers. They remained invisible until they themselves became the aggressors.
Description: From the imposing mating call of the red deer and the flight of the buzzard to the hunt of the fox and the micro-ecosystem on a heavy oak: nature documentarist Luc Enting recorded it all for his stunning detail movie Wild Heart of Holland, produced by PVPictures. The effect of his efforts is an exciting, moving and often humorous film, revealing the beauty and diversity of this wild park in each season. We also watch the main characters grow up to adulthood, a path inevitably dogged with challenges. Enting: “To me, this park, in any season, has an almost un-Dutch beauty. It is the biggest continuous nature reserve in northwest Europe with an wonderful tons of landscapes and life. It has forests, heath, sand drifts, brooks and pushed moraines. With my film, I would like to give a fresh insight into its incredibly diverse nature.”
Description: The inhabitants trapped in Sarajevo during the Yugoslavian Fight made an amateur video calling for a time machine to receive them out of the city. Simultaneous translation is used to bring this call out of the past and into the present.
Description: The only movie by Yugoslavian-Brazilian journalist Vladimir Herzog, this cinéma verité short topics is the effect of a movie course taught by Swedish documentary filmmaker Arne Sucksdorf in Brazil, in 1962. A report about the so-called "Marimbás", who aren't exactly fishermen, even though they live of the sea, have their boats and do their fishing on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro. The movie briefly presents their stories, methods, and how they manage to sell their products to costumers right there on the same spot in which they fish.
Description: Snow, sweat, testosterone and the sound of chainsaws. Each four years, over a period of three months in winter, wood is being slash in a steep mountain, high above Lake Ägeri, and prepared for log rafting. Neither economic change nor technology has been able to replace this traditional and sustainable craft in Switzerland.
Description: Shot in a creaky, wooden-floored Parisian recording studio at an inaugural three-day “forum of ideas” focusing on the manifold chances of “Resistance”, the movie initially appears to be a structuralist document of a philosophical discussion in-the-round.
Description: PhoeniXXX is the storyline of two women, who had to reinvent and recalibrate themselves for others in order to escape poverty and reach their goals. In the end, both seem to receive what they want, but the erotic chat industry took its toll on of them.
Description: A confrontation and comparison of two church buildings, which should hardly be more different, but also a dialogue between different ideas of church and community: the Protestant Grundtvig’s Church in Copenhagen and the Catholic Cathedral in Orvieto.
Description: November 2016 : The United States of America are about to elect their fresh president. AMERICA is a deep dive into the heart of Arizona, meeting the inhabitants of a tiny city crossed by Street 66, the broken inheritors of the American Dream who deliver us their hopes and fears.
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"fechy from Switzerland" you are sick bastard who doesn't know a thing from the nice Pino Solanas. This boy has been producing documentaries with powerful political content since the 60s and you dare to consider him a terrible copy of Michael Moore? He was 12 years old when Pino had already released his masterpiece The Hour of the Furnaces.How come you demand a tiny bit of humor when we are talking about the lives of millions of folks that were ruined? Over the past 32 years they resisted a genocide dictatorial regime and governments financed by narcs. This is the effect of liberal economic tools implemented by corrupt politicians in a fake democracy.Pino was a congressman also, the only one who dared to report the abuses during the Menem era. He received 6 bullets in his legs for it.This is a saga followed by The Dignity of Nobodies, Argentina Latente and the unreleased La Tierra Sublevada. We may discuss his political concepts but never his work. Something a lot of nobodies were longing to allow the globe know. Someone to speak for us. The social awareness of Evita, the revolutionary concepts of Che Guevara, the democratic values of the nice nations and a gifted artist. Ladies and gentlemen that's Pino Solanas. A special person.Pino thanks for your dignity, your humility, your coherence, your honesty and your legacy.
When I went to Argentina in 2002 it was a total culture shock in so many senses. Staying in Buenos Airies, there was no visible recommendation of Argentina being a 'developing country' - B.A. holds all the sophistication of 20th century Europe - and in some situations better preserved than it is in Europe. The architecture is visually stunning - walking along any of the main roads I was impressed with the elegance of this modern town that maintained traditional sophistication - not only in the pretty buildings themselves, but in restaurants, etiquette and the arts. Going to the ballet, you should hear a pin drop (which is hardly the situation in many Latin American countries). The citizens are educated, sophisticated and with refined manners. When you see scenes of rioting on tv it takes a while to understand - Argentinians did not riot because they are lawless - they rioted vs the lawlessness of the government, the institutions, the banks, the imposed social order that had robbed them of their savings, their livelihood, the tiny businesses they had built up, the investments they had made to protect for their children's' future and their own old age.How such a chaotic case occurred in such a civilised country is a dilemma that is special to Argentina. They have lost everything, and without a single bullet being fired, without a war, without even, sometimes, knowing the faces of the folks that stole their private and their country's wealth. I had taken some local currency with me for my own trip there, but had ignorantly thought I should simply test a credit card or change currency as needed. What a shock. The banks were suddenly closed "for a week". A law was passed in the short time I was there, I was informed, that made changing currency illegal. Moreover, most of the money machines were actually empty. The stores were full of the most fabulous bargains. Antique and bric-a-brac shops looked as if they had the whole contents of few stately homes which they were selling off for peanuts. No-one had any current money. More than once, the banks had frozen people's savings and replaced their cash with vouchers (that were worth very little).This is a case that is so difficult to understand, that a documentary movie such as this was sorely required to cover all the myriad facts. A bloody military regime was succeeded by an apparent democracy, but successive leaders betrayed their ideals and, with the aid of banks and unscrupulous foreign investors, sold off Argentina's resources or privatised them to themselves with minimal checks and at a fraction of their true worth. Foreign banks kept their Argentinian subsidiaries 'private' so as not to be responsible for their debts. Personal debts and corporate debts were absorbed into the national debt which increased pressure from the International Monetary Fund. Members of the government of all parties, heads of banks, and the Supreme Court all conspired on an ongoing basis with massive subsidies (i.e. bribes) to hold the corrupt official in power and outside the rule of law. The greatness and meticulousness of the movie is not, however, quite matched by the structure. At two hours long, the pacing is such that only students and persons already very interested in the issues of Argentina will remain glued to the screen. Although it is necessary for Argentinians to have their history documented clearly, it would be useful for foreigners to be more aware of the situation, especially when much of the trouble is the effect of collusion by strong governments such as that of the United States. Like many Latin American countries, Argentina has suffered pillaging first (militarily) by Spain and Europe and secondly (bureaucratically and financially) by the U.S.A. and foreign large business interests. Unlike many Latin American countries, Argentina has also been repeatedly pillaged by its own leaders. It is the only country in the globe that has lost its major natural gas and oil resources without a struggle. One of the reasons we could learn from Argentina is because 'Democracy' is frequently placed on a pedestal by countries (and their people) such as U.S. and Britain. The latter are countries that have evolved democracy. Democracy installed before a country has grown towards it as a nation can effect in government by bureaucrats - only corrupt (or corruptible) politicians - of any party - can receive elected, so democracy is a farce. Once in power, they have at their disposal techniques and networks for their own enrichment that are beyond the comprehension of much the general populace, who realise, too late, that they have been fooled. Already in the USA we have seen a president elected by phoney ballots; in Britain, we have seen a government overhauled so that most decision-making is taken in personal meetings. Democracy may be preferable to most systems of government, but it still depends on the integrity of individuals, and the ability of such individuals to be heard and elected. A corrupt democracy may be worse than a benign dictatorship; a communist agrarian system may work for a country for a period where the common nice needs to be placed on a higher priority than civil liberties. Democracy is a unbelievable institution, but there are many reasons for helping it - some of them benign and some of them purely selfish. A study of this movie should support persons interested in social anthropology to build a safer future for all of us. We need to be able to work through the flim-flam of government economic disclaimers if we cannot believe the integrity of our leaders then it is no nice taking long range disclaimers on nice words and believe as the millions of overnight destitute in Argentina have discovered to their cost.
I do not accept at all with the comment made about this movie as I search it even malicious and narrow-minded. Who the hell cares if the movie lacks structure or pacing? The most necessary thing is that true facts are well-presented and narrated very clearly. Regarding humour, I am scared there's no room for humour in here. I suggest to whoever wrote that terrible review to go and check out the recent Jim Carrey's movie if he or she is looking for some humour. Unfortunately, I suspect that the creator of such one-sided mission of view cannot tolerate anything that does not come out of Hollywood whose movies are indeed well-structured, well-paced and include humour but at the same time are mostly idiotic, shallow and meaningless.
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