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Description: In summer 2007 the Fresh York Philharmonic received an invitation that was unprecedented in the orchestra's history. North Korea, the world's most isolated and secluded country and technically at fight with the United States, invited the orchestra to enjoy in the capital of Pyongyang. Just a several months later, two hundred orchestra members and more than one hundred journalists disembarked from a chartered plane at Pyongyang's deserted airport. They were about to experience a historic moment, the first-ever performance by an American orchestra in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Description: Blowin' in the Wind examines the secret treaty that allows the US military to train and use its weaponry on Australian soil. It looks at the impact of recycled uranium weapons and the far-reaching physical and moral results on each Australian. The film's release has been timely as the Australian government currently moves to approve more uranium mines while arguing the contrary - that by going nuclear Australia is being both 'safe' and 'green'.
Description: One year on: the Japanese tsunami through the eyes of its youngest survivors. On March 11, 2011 Japan was hit by the best tsunami in a thousand years. Through compelling testimony from 7-10-year-old survivors, the movie reveals how the deadly wave and the Fukushima nuclear accident have changed children's lives forever. The storyline unfolds at two key locations: a basic school where 74 kids were killed by the tsunami; and a school close to the Fukushima nuclear plant, attended by kids evacuated from the nuclear exclusion zone. Radiation and its possible long-term results are a constant worry for parents and kids who select to remain in Fukushima. Many parents have placed severe restrictions on where their kids can go, how they dress and what they can eat and drink.
Description: A richly textured essay movie on landscape, art, history, life and loss, Patience (After Sebald) offers a special exploration of the work of internationally acclaimed writer W.G. Maximum Sebald (1944 - 2001) via a walk through East Anglia tracking his most influential book, The Rings of Saturn. The much anticipated fresh detail by the Grierson Award-winning director of Joy Division, Patience is the first movie about Sebald internationally, marking ten years since the writer's untimely death, and with contributions from major writers, artists and film-makers.
Description: When Nirvana explode onto the stage in 1991, the melody they played spoke directly to an mad and disenfranchised generation. As grunge took over MTV and radio, the melody industry was transformed overnight. But just three years later, the drug-related deaths of few musicians, capped by the suicide of Kurt Cobain, closed the ebooks on an all too brief era. Hit So Difficult follows the rise to fame (and the near-fatal fall from it) of Patty Schemel, drummer for Courtney Love's seminal rock band, Hole. Given a Hi-8 video camera just before Hole's infamous Live Through This globe tour, Patty captured stunningly intimate footage of the stage that has never been seen... until now. Not just an all-access backstage pass to the melody that shaped a generation, Hit So Difficult is a harrowing tale of overnight success, the cost of addiction, and ultimately, recovery and redemption.
Description: One of the world's best living painters, the German artist Gerhard Richter has spent over half a century experimenting with a tremendous range of techniques and ideas, addressing historical crises and mass media representation alongside explorations of possibility procedures. The first glimpse inside his studio in decades, Gerhard Richter Painting is exactly that: a thrilling document of the 79-year-old's constructive process, juxtaposed with rare archival footage and intimate conversations with his critics and collaborators.
Description: One the most successful movies ever made, The War of the Somme, shot and edited by Geoffrey H. Malins during the First Globe War, is brilliantly decoded in this riveting experimental doc that unravels fascinating secrets and manipulations. A compelling contemplation of the ownership of history plays out on intertitles taken from excerpts of Malins’s controversial autobiography juxtaposed with conflicting historical accounts and emotionally devastating clips from the original film. Dispatched to the front as Britain’s “Official Kinematographer,” Malins filmed from the muddy trenches to capture the valour and horror of “the large push” on July 1, 1916—a day that has become synonymous with the futility of war. The British alone suffered 58,000 casualties by nightfall. The rising tension in this fascinating deconstruction of propaganda, illusion, and “truth” in documentary is underscored by a haunting electro-ambient soundscape.
Description: The Crisis Civilization is a documentary detail movie investigating how global crises like ecological disaster, financial meltdown, dwindling oil reserves, terrorism and meal shortages are converging symptoms of a single, failed global system. Proving that 'another world' is not merely possible, but on its way.
Description: 2010 on the Canterbury Plains and all is well. Lambs, blue skies and daffodils. In Cathedral Square choir men sing to their God. Punts push fresh season's tourists along the Avon. They photograph the 'Garden city'; the 'most English town outside of England'. We receive hit with a 7.1 earthquake. We stand up, wave our fists at the heavens and compliment ourselves on our ability to recover. And then we receive hit even harder. Actually the town has fallen. Many are dead. Many injured. Many narrowly escape. A fragile folks reappear in the following days. We have learnt from the first earthquake and once again a response is growing. Once again adrenaline is taking over. Actually the entire country is rallying for Christchurch. It's the energy of the folks that's unprecedented. Communities are rising from the sand. Folks are holding tight to every other. A year soon and the quakes hold rolling. Actually the Canterbury earthquakes are the most ever quakes recorded in a series. And we're still counting....
Description: Over the course of a three-day series of teachings and a public lecture, the Dalai Lama discusses numerous Buddhist tenets, such as maintaining compassion despite the pressures of modern society, achieving inner peace and living a responsible life.
Description: This sympathetic documentary looks at the problems confronting one group of Northern California pot growers and articulates the frustrations they face in a special business that many regard as the most practical method to feed their families. For decades, outlaw marijuana cultivation has been a large "hidden" industry fueling much of the region's economy, but pot farmers have remained topics to harassment and arrest by federal law-enforcement agencies.
Description: Filmmaker Ester Brymova examines how the offbeat content created and posted online by Lisanova, Boh3m3, Mr. Security (aka Lisa Donovan, Ben Going and Cory Williams) and another famous YouTube personalities is changing the face of 21st-century media. In this documentary, these young artists are questioned as flashes in the pan as the "Weblebrities" of the moment or as the vanguard of a paradigm shift in global notification distribution.
Description: The Red Stuff: The Real Storyline of the Russian Race for Zone is a movie about the first heroes of the cosmos from those early years of Russian zone travel. Who were the folks behind these first successes? Special archival material reveals the bravery and the unsurpassed stamina of the cosmonauts. What is real and what is false in our view of Russian zone exploration? How do those involved look back on their work and their enforced role in the Soviet political machine? Actually that the military secrecy and national propaganda of the Soviet Union has crumbled, see the true storyline of the another side of the zone race.
Description: The last remaining movie of Le Prince's LPCCP Type-1 MkII single-lens camera is a sequence of frames of his son, Adolphe Le Prince, testing a diatonic button accordion. It was recorded on the steps of the house of Joseph Whitley, Adolphe's grandfather.
Description: A year spent with choreographer Allison Orr as she rides out with and tries to persuade employees of the Austin Dept. of Solid Waste Services to collaborate in a public dance performance. The performance eventually takes place, in the rain, on the tarmac of an abandoned airport, with over two thousand folks watching--16 trucks, 24 people-- and sweeps local art and performance awards.
Description: Painters Painting: The Fresh York Art Stage 1940-1970 is a 1972 documentary directed by Emile de Antonio. It covers American art movements from abstract expressionism to pop art through conversations with artists in their studios. Artists appearing in the movie contain Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Helen Frankenthaler, Frank Stella, Barnett Newman, Hans Hofmann, Jules Olitski, Philip Pavia, Larry Poons, Robert Motherwell, and Kenneth Noland.
Description: The storyline of a mom whose son healed from all allergies and asthma after consuming raw milk, and true meal from farms. It depicts folks all over the country who formed meal co-ops and personal clubs to receive these foods, and how they were raided by state and local governments.
Description: Inspired by a letter by Friedrich Engels and a 1974 acc of two militant Marxist writers who had been imprisoned by the Nasser regime, Straub-Huillet filmed Too Early, Too Late in France and Egypt during 1980. They reflect on Egypt’s history of peasant struggle and liberation from Western colonization, and url it to class tensions in France shortly before the Revolution of 1789, quoting texts by Engels as well as the pioneering nonfiction movie Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory (1895).
Description: Marlon Riggs, with assistance from another gay Black men, especially poet Essex Hemphill, celebrates Black boys loving Black boys as a revolutionary act. The movie intercuts footage of Hemphill reciting his poetry, Riggs saying the storyline of his growing up, scenes of boys in social intercourse and dance, and different comic riffs, including a visit to the "Institute of Snap!thology," where boys take lessons in how to snap their fingers: the sling snap, the mission snap, the diva snap.
Description: This is multifaceted look at the landscape and history of Utah (or Deseret, as the Mormon Church prefers to call it). Benning condenses 93 news stories from the Fresh York Times from 1852 to 1992 (read offscreen by Fred Gardner) and sets them vs contemporary Utah landscapes, the shots changing with every sentence.
Description: Weaving together fact and fiction, this docudrama performs a portrait of the often seamy underside of the town of Naples.Ferrara traveled to Italy to interview the inmates at the Naples Pozzuoli State Prison, a high safety lockup for women, and with the support of a translator he allows a number of girls doing time to talk about their lives before and after they were convicted. Ferrara chose to expand the short profile of the prisoners into a detail by offering a look at life in the slums of Naples and the actions of a number of law enforcement officers and social workers struggling to improve conditions for the poor, as well as adding three short fictional segments shot of digital video gear.
Description: Sisters doing it for themselves in Amsterdam's Red Light District. Louise and Martine Fokkens are identical twins. For over fifty years they were working as prostitutes. They freed themselves from the control of their pimps, ran their own brothel, and set up the first informal trade union for prostitutes. They are familiar faces in Amsterdam's Red Light District, but later they will bid their farewells. The Ladies Fokkens is a portrait of these remarkable women, as well as a history of the Red Light District over the past fifty years.
Description: Of all my uncles, Rodolfo was the only one who didn't wish to be a blacksmith like my grandfather: He wanted to be a dancer. The find for the traces of his life leads to the discovery that in the eighties in Paraguay, under Stroessner's dictatorship, Rodolfo was included in one of the "108 lists of homosexuals", arrested and tortured. Rodolfo's storyline reveals a part of the hidden and silenced history of my country. In "Cuchillo de palo" two generations come face to face in a confrontation that ultimately allows every of us to understand our zone in the world.
Description: Documentary about women's experiences of labour, in factories, mines and dockyards, in the USA during the second Globe Fight and how it affected their work and career aspirations once they were encouraged to give up such employment in peacetime.
Description: Hollywood has a long history of crafting terrifying fictional tales as well as exaggerating real stories in order stroke the fears of moviegoers. Fortunately, for us there is no need for any of that in this film; the truth alone is enough. Warning this documentary will enlighten you! The Rite of Exorcism - Myths, Mystery and Hope says the real storyline of the Catholic Church's most mysterious, yet misunderstood ritual, the Rite of Exorcism. Featuring globe renowned experts and clergy, the Rite of Exorcism - Myth Mystery and Hope explains the phenomenon of Exorcism and lays to rest the theory that fiction is better than reality.
Description: Documentary about an unknown episode of the 20's: the cooperation between Spain and Germany to manufacture in secret the most sophisticated weapons of the time. This movie recovers an extraordinary character, Horacio Echevarrieta, one of the most influential boys in high political and economic convulsed Spain in the early S.XX. With a fortune inherited by family, this Basque businessman and banker spread the tentacles of power to the mining, fleet of merchant ships, land speculation (creation of the Gran Via in Madrid or Barcelona Metropolitan), newspapers and companies as Iberdrola, Iberia and Cementos Portland, and risked his whole empire to realize his dream of building the greatest boat that had ever sailed.
Description: "Pictures from the late eighties in the GDR on up to the instant show in the year 2008 in Germany. What has been left over besieges my mind. All these pictures hold reassembling themselves to create up something which they were originally not made for. They are still in motion. They are becoming history." (Thomas Heise)
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