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Description: Over the course of four seasons, the nuances of daily activity are examined along one narrow stretch of public shoreline in Fresh York City’s Jamaica Bay. Moments of recurrence and change cycle through an ecosystem rooted in migration.
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Description: The movie says the storyline of a tiny family, consisting of a grandfather retired from the army, and his stripper grandson. It is not just a storyline of a relationship, but rather a reflection of whole Belarus and the post-Soviet, pro-Russian world. Moreover, it's a universally-recognized reflection of a generation gap.
Description: Gray light falls on a forest. Pedestrians weave their method through an urban landscape. Lightning strikes at the desert's horizon. Shot in few American locations, Guzzetti's video captures traces of change and time's passage.
Description: He's a doctor, a lawyer, a bioethicist, a college professor, a licensed Fresh York Town tour guide, a poet, a playwright, an award-winning novelist, a devoted son and a real friend. In this upbeat documentary profile meet the most prolific, most accomplished, least boastful person in America. Brilliant and humble, that's him, alright. That's Jacob Appel.
Description: What makes a rebel? This 78 minute documentary probes the psyche of bad-boy publisher and gratis speech fighter Barney Rosset, whose mid-century legal and cultural wars smashed sexual and political taboos in the United States — unleashing the counter-culture of the 1960s and introducing millions of young intellectuals to the most radical currents in literature, film, theater and politics. In his late eighties, coming to terms with his life, Barney Rosset began to obsessively sculpt an autobiographical 15′ x 22′ surreal wall mural, embedded with jewel-like vignettes crafted out of found objects, every a clue to the conflicts and obsessions that drove Barney’s lifetime rebellion vs authority. A cast of artists, a neurologist, and a shaman connect the clues and piece together Barney’s life.
Description: In 2017 the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, NY turned 100. Over the course of that year, portrait painter Brenda Zlamany painted 100 of the residents. 100 surprising, special and inspiring stories emerged...
Description: Irish artist and motorcycle enthusiast Rodney Dickson chooses many methods to describe “living along the edge,” from his coming of age amidst the political turmoil of 1960s and 70s Ireland to the arduous task of finishing a satisfying, allow alone great, painting. It can only be described as a general state of vital, ecstatic uncertainty that has come to define his artistic process, which is by turns contemplative and fervent. “I have to hold creating and destroying, and then pushing one step further,” tells Dickson. “I’ve crashed many paintings that way, but that’s okay.”
Description: Pipe Dreams follows 5 organists as they compete in Canada's International Organ Tournament (CIOC). Who will master the 'king of instruments' and come out victorious in Montreal?
Description: A "video action" in which Barney crosses the ceiling of the Gladstone Gallery using a harness and ice-climbing screws, propelling himself by the forces of muscle and will.
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Description: Discover the history, point and everyday operations of Arlington National Cemetery, the final resting zone for more than 400,000 Americans. This revered zone honors the dead and brings nice meaning to the living,
Description: The 1910s marked the early years of tourism to Colorado’s front range and quickly, promoters presented the surrounding mountains as superb park attractions. Today, 46 public parks create up the Denver Mountain Parks system, including popular destinations such as Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater, Mount Evans, and Winter Park. Meet those who had the foresight to preserve these epic spaces, and understand why it is vital to preserve them for Coloradans and tourists alike.
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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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