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Description: Once one of the world’s largest lakes, the Aral Sea has all but vanished. Marcin Sauter’s movie focuses on what remains in an zone that once flourished, on the fates of folks who had to adapt to life in the desert and actually ponder over their solitude among the wrecks of ships and port cranes.
Description: After the high-profile killing of Damilola Taylor, Cornelius' family transport out of London. But when they explore their fresh city is run by racists, Cornelius takes a drastic step to survive.
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Description: Mind over matter, courage over fear, faith over disbelief. In the Abilities Recovery Center physical therapy studio in Culver City, folks of all ages dealing with spinal paralysis are defying their diagnoses and experiencing near-miraculous recoveries. Therapist Jeff Lefkowitz refuses to take no for an respond as he brings every patient along a courageous adventure toward healing.
Description: A documentary movie focusing on the intermediary auction pens by which horses might either search a fresh life or be sent to the slaughterhouse. Shot in Billings, Montana, the movie examines the human-equine bond and how lines are drawn between emotion and necessity as domestic horses fall victim to age, health, or easy lack of funds.
Description: Home to over 25,000 people, an archipelago for remarkable monsters found nowhere else on the planet, the Galapagos Islands are themselves endangered. We Are Galapagos weaves the intimate stories of a group of resourceful Galapageños who spearhead innovative conservation projects. Tinged with irony and humor, their determination and resilience presents a glimpse into community cultures making deep-rooted change.
Description: After a fall on a ski run in Sochi a young skier tries to defeat it once more at the Winter Olympics. However, this is not a easy challenge: fear turns out to be devastating for the athlete, and only the help of his mother supports him to regain belief in himself.
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Description: Oscar-winning screen icon Susan Sarandon and Armenian painter Tigran Tsitoghdzyan discuss time and identity, and how the apparently in conflict values of beauty and aging are perceived in our modern society dominated by social media, as he limns her portrait during a timeless sitting session. With this movie the director sets in motion his movie theory on poetics of cinematic art, by re-creating a set of sense memories of an artist in a non-linear, challenging, yet intriguing story-telling scheme.
Description: The Filippov family live in the north of Russia, far from civilisation. Despite the lack of modern conveniences, they live in harmony with nature, make art, help and understand every another like no another folks in this world.
Description: One man's art. One woman's unexpected path to healing. An American woman's emotional quest to search the art of her Polish-Jewish great-grandfather, lost during Globe Fight II.
Description: Shot on zone in Kirkland's Denver studio and in few museums, this documentary contains video and audio interviews and archival images of Kirkland, and dramatic recreation of some of his unorthodox painting techniques. Kirkland came to Denver in 1929 as founding Director of the University of Denver's School of Art. This documentary demonstrates that one can be a nice artist regardless of zone or another career. From his mountain landscapes to his surreal worlds, to his final abstractions -- a cosmos of glowing energy -- Kirkland found his visual langage.
Description: 'Boom' says the untold storyline of one of rock 'n' roll's wildest and most influential bands, The Sonics. For the first time ever, all five original members of the band say the storyline of how it all went down, beginning to end. 'Boom' takes a deep dive, exploring how a relatively unknown band from the Pacific Northwest became a worldwide phenomenon 50-years after their heyday, and in doing so, shaped melody for decades to come (whether it was apparent at the time or not). Featuring interviews with homegrown heroes and breakthrough artists alike, Pearl Jam, The Sex Pistols, Heart, Mudhoney, and many, many more.
Description: Strong As God - The Children's Aid Societies of Ontario is a documentary that delves into society's most controversial and secretive topics. The movie navigates 'truth' by engaging twenty-six witnesses with diverse experiences into conversation. By facilitating a voice for individuals whose lives have been tragically affected, with observations and suggestions by experts who have worked directly with the agency (such as doctors, social workers and lawyers), the movie reveals a kid welfare system plagued by systemic and bureaucratic abuse that urgently requires public attention. Financed by tax dollars and wielding extraordinary power, the Children's Aid Society is deconstructed to reveal a broken system where employees have been heard to describe their influence over kids and families to be as strong as god.
Description: In late 1962, the Beatles stepped into EMI studios for the first time, meeting producer George Martin and beginning an unparalleled and remarkable recording career. Over the next eighteen months, they would release four number one singles (including “She Loves You” and “I Wish To Keep Your Hand”) and two number one albums while becoming worldwide superstars. In Deconstructing The Beatles 1963 Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!, Scott Freiman explores the melody that helped open Beatlemania.
Description: In 1854, noted American transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau published his influential ebook 'Walden; or, Life in the Woods' about his attempt to live self-sufficiently in his cabin in the woods near Walden Pond, MA for two years.
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Description: Inspired by his ideals, architect Han van Loghem travelled to Siberia in the mid 1920s. The Soviet Union was in need of professionals to support design and construct fully fresh towns and mining and metallurgical centres in the Urals and Siberia. And socially engaged architects from Western Europe headed to the first workers’ state in the globe so that they should bring their fresh architectural concepts to life. Builders Of The Future shows how for van Loghem, the adventure to Siberia was also a quest for private and professional fulfilment, which he was lacking in the Netherlands. Van Loghem's private adventure had its repercussions his relationship with his wife, Berthe Neumeijer, who had initially planned to stay in the Netherlands but then followed him to Siberia in an attempt to save their marriage.
Description: The Porn Factor takes viewers on a adventure of discovery, from regional and urban Australia to the centre of the international porn industry in Los Angeles and back. Through candid interviews with young people, experts and porn industry professionals, The Porn Factor explores how pornography is shaping young people's sexual expectations and experiences. It brings into compelling focus the 21st century challenges faced by parents, schools and others as they seek to equip young folks for a sexuality that is safe, respectful and totally consenting.
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Description: Visions fugitives are the moments of when melody is born; they are elusive and normally hidden from the audience. This movie is a portrait of the legendary musician and composer Vyacheslav Gaivoronsky (the author of melody for movies by Evgeny Yufit, Oleg Kovalov, and others). Shot over year, it focuses on special episodes during rehearsals. Featured in the movie are Vladimir Chekasin, Vladimir Tarasov, Vladislav Pesin, and another outstanding musicians
Description: On November 20, 1979 at 5:30 AM, hundreds of armed boys take over the Grand Mosque of Mecca, transforming the holiest shrine of Islam into a fortress and a trap for almost 100.000 pilgrims inside. This is the beginning of the SIEGE OF MECCA.
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But its Lav. And he should be surprising and unpredictable to a certain extent, with his works. Which should work both ways. Will he wow you? Or will he disappoint you. In this case, it was the latter for me.I decided to break down my positive and not-so-positive take on the film. Positive 1) Mesmerizing would be an apt word to describe the first several mins of the film. The method he shot the scenes, you feel like you're taken to the current place. Staring at the sight of rain falling, or a close-up of the water flowing in the river is just very mesmerizing you'll feel lost while looking at it. Its like you're being hypnotized by the rain and the water and even if that's the only thing you stare at, you still play it. 2)It felt so surreal watching the calm sea and how mad it gotta have looked like while the eye of the storm was passing. 3) It was a delight to see kids singing Frozen's "Let it go" while knowing that hours/days before, they experienced a major catastrophe. 4)There was one stage where the camera was shaking hard, and not just the usual shaky cam we see, it was literally shaking that was probably brought by the wind blowing. It felt so real, not choreographed. This was just as true as it should get. Not so positive 1)While I know that the movie is a documentary, it looked like a literal slide-show silent film. To be honest, if you were doing anything aside from watching the movie, you won't miss much because the scenes were a bit protracted. 2)I don't know where I got my expectations from, but I kinda expected it to be a documentary before, during, and right after the storm. Almost more than 3/4 of the movie was devoted to showing scenes of kids testing with floodwater, or kids swimming on the already-calm sea. There was only a several mins where current dialogue and current interview of the victims and survivors were done. 3)This is NOT for the dialogue-driven. Visual-driven, can be, but the film will lose you because as I said, the scenes are protracted. 4)There were some scenes where a random out-of-nowhere pop love songs play. In the end part, a trance song randomly also played. EThere were only a several mins that had current interviews with the folks of Tacloban, the hardest hit city. I want Lav focused on these first-hand accounts more.
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