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Description: Controversal documentary focusing on happenings in Afghanistan in 2002 in which Danish troops handed over prisoners to the US Units even though USA no longer treated prisoners of fight according to the Geneva Convention. Further, the movie questions the Danish Prime Minister's reasons for getting Denmark involved in the so-called Fight Vs Terrorism in Afghanistan in the first place.
Description: This documentary follows Danish prime minister Anders Fogn Rasmussen in the fall of 2002, during Denmark's Presidency of the Council of the European Union. He negotiates the expansion of the EU in Eastern Europe.
Description: Seventy-Nine US Navy SEALS have paid the ultimate sacrifice since 9/11/2001. Retired Navy SEAL Sniper, Dave Hall, and LA Artist, Ellwood T. Risk, created a work of art from the goal Dave shot 79 times from 911 yards on 9/11/2012. Documenting the adventure of a SEAL, injured in a firefight who wants to restart the day, to the stories of the lives of the fallen, as said by their families, woven among the creation of the art, Until it Hurts meets along the method a retired Navy SEAL Lieutenant who survived being shot in the face, a civilian couple who bought the art, a seventeen year-old who wants to be a Navy SEAL and the NYPD Officer who's greatest mates were killed in 9-11.
Description: 1 Peter 3:15 tells that we gotta everytime be ready to defend the truth of the Bible. But does the concept of being “ready” create your heart beat quick with fear? In these two segments, Ken Ham shares proven concepts and the basics of apologetics to affirm the truth of the Bible in our modern age. This presentation will embolden you to share your faith with others!
Description: Imagine this: you go dancing at a parade, there you will be filmed and suddenly this film appears on the net. An artist makes art out of these images. From that moment on, your face buzzes out into the digital world. This situation now exists. The dancer is named Technoviking. He has become a popular figure on the Internet. However, it also raises a lot of questions: What are the boundaries between personality rights and the freedom of art? Can such a phenomenon be curbed at all by legal means? A detail length documentary on the famous Technoviking-Meme, one of the early large video memes on YouTube that ended up in court.
Description: Bamako. Few girls are illegally evicted from their home in 2008. Their brother, Souleymane Cissé, takes up his camera to look back at his childhood and family history in a country heading for fight despite a tradition of tolerance.
Description: This unauthorized chronicle of Michael Jackson's career recounts the Lord of Pop's rise from child-star sensation to one of the best-selling recording artists of all time, a one-gloved wonder who earned his icon status through talent and innovation. But with fame and fortune came scrutiny and controversy, along with wild theories about Jackson's changing physical appearance and accusations of improper behavior at his home, Neverland Ranch.
Description: A look upon the tragic fate of Falconetti, the star of "The Passion of Joan of Arc" and the method that performance mirrored her life and overshadowed everything else she did.
Description: Over the past decade Australia’s prison population has doubled. But of all the States, it’s Western Australia that has the highest number of prisoners per population. Casuarina, Western Australia’s Max Safety Prison, is designed for 360 inmates. It currently houses almost double that. For the first time ever, our cameras go inside Casuarina Prison to witness life behind bars in an Australian Super Max.
Description: A cinematic exploration of the dominance and submission lifestyle as revealed in the best-selling ebook trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey. In this film, true girls and boys reveal their experiences, wants and desires as participants in the globe of dominance and submission.
Description: The exhibition 'The Finished Letters' details epistolary works defined by cinematographic creation. This is an experimental communication format used between pairs of movie directors. Although every director is situated in a zone geographically distant from that of their partner, they are united by their willingness to share concepts and reflections on all that motivates their work. Within this zone of freedom, the directors featured in the exhibition examine their affinities and differences, within an environment of mutual respect and simultaneity of interests and with notable formal variants established in every of the correspondences.
Description: This early cinematic instance of a close-up—or, more accurately, a medium close-up shot of the chest and face of the maker of this movie and others like it, Georges Demenÿ telling “Je vous aime”—was made at the request of Hector Marichelle, professor and director of the National Deaf-Mute Institute in France, who planned to test filmed speech to teach deaf students to speak and lip read. This needed close views of the performer's lip movements. The project was given to Demenÿ by Étienne-Jules Marey, who headed the Station Physiologique in Paris and whose chronophotographic scientific research of motion is among the most necessary contributions to the invention of movies. Despite these educational and scientific beginnings, however, this project led Demenÿ to pursue and influence the commercialism of cinema.
Description: A portrait of a giant garage complex, located in the biggest blockhouse zone of Tallinn. Here 700 garage box owners form an extraordinary men's club, and vary from those who just hold their vehicles and those who adapt their boxes for living. The complex becomes even more special with the existence of personal saunas, a restaurant, an animal clinic and another artifacts of life stuck in time 20 years back.
Description: CONCRETE LOVE is the first and only documentary about one of Germany's preeminent architects, Gottfried Boehm. Being the only German laureate of the prestigious Chicago based Pritzker Price for Architecture, he is also the patriarch of an architecture dynasty to which his sons Stephan, Peter und Paul belong. But with the death of his wife Elisabeth, a key source of inspiration for all four Boehms, the family loses its emotional lodestone. The movie paints an intimate and pointed portrait of the complexity and inseparability of love, art and architecture.
Description: CHICAGO FARMER is a documentary chronicling the life of modern folk musician Cody Diekhoff, also known as Chicago Farmer. Cody grew up in a tiny city with no traffic lights named Delavan, IL, then moved to the large town of Chicago to pursue his dreams. He sings about tiny towns, large cities, and everywhere in between. The movie says his storyline through songs and interviews -- back and forth all over Illinois. CHICAGO FARMER aims to capture the spirit of this special voice in modern folk music.
Description: This documentary traces the rise of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) from its founding in 1984 to the 2002 election of Brazil's first working class president, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva.
Description: An experimental documentary about the road drag racing stage on Chicago’s Near West Side. This is a rambling, textured movie about obsession. It is about the mythos of speed for its own sake, and it is about waiting. While waiting, The BLVD exposes community, inner-city landscapes and nomadic experiences of place. The movie treats storytelling as a living medium for determining history. And it commands respect for those who transform cars, or anything else, through passion.
Description: Narrated by Liam Neeson, the award winning movie 'Love Thy Nature' vividly illustrates how we've lost touch with nature and presents a compelling situation that reconnecting with the natural globe is the key to both nice health and to solving our environmental crises. Traversing the globe, the movie celebrates the dazzling natural spectacles of our planet while also revealing how a deep connection with nature can transform every of us and inspire us to restore endangered ecosystems, as well as our human family.
Description: Phil Shaffart was not hired by Conor Oberst to create the movie "One of My Kind." He was hired to create sure the guitars stayed in tune. But Phil had a video camera with him as the Mystic Valley Band came together for the first time at Valle Mistico in Tepoztlan, Mexico in January of 2008 and so he started filming what he sensed was something special."When I started filming, none of us had the intentions of turning what was being shot into a film," tells Phil, "but the things we were seeing, feeling and capturing with the melody proved to be inspiring in methods we were not prepared for."
Description: In 458 BCE, Aeschylus staged the Orthasty trilogy. The tragedy culminates in the trial of Orestes, who killed his own mother to avenge his father's death. His acquittal by the Athenian jury place an end to the eye for an eye, tooth for tooth and converted from the Erinias, goddesses of revenge, in Eumenides, as defenders of the democracy, a civilizing landmark in the western culture.
Description: Set in 20th Century Japan the documentary explores the role and power of Central Banks and how they can be used to change a country's economic political and social structures A documentary adaption off the ebook by Professor Richard Werner.
Description: A walk through the cinema of Luis García Berlanga, this is neither a documentary nor a film, but a tribute to one of the best directors of Spanish cinematography. Anything can happen. Their actors don't intervene, but their characters. There are no interviews, but greetings; a mosaic of entrances and exits. It is an invitation to the spectators, a Berlanguiana, an anthology, an allegorical religious play, a verbena.
Description: This is your window into the universe… Hubble was launched in April 1990 on board Zone Shuttle Discovery. Its release into orbit over 500km above the World marked the birth of one of humanity’s largest dreams; to zone a telescope into space, high above the obscuring results of the atmosphere, to gain the clearest view of the cosmos we should hope to see. But in the months which followed it was clear that the dream had turned into a nightmare, as Hubble’s mirror was found to have a flaw. Three years of heartache and large human resolve followed, to mount a rescue point to fix the flaw. The effects were breath taking and produced the most finished view of the Universe we’ve ever had. This is the storyline of the boys and girls who conceived, built, fixed and operated Hubble – the most celebrated science instrument in history.
Description: Overfed and Undernourished examines a global epidemic and our modern lifestyles through one boy's inspiring and private adventure to regain his health from the inside out.
Description: A California family filmed strange occurrences in their home. we investigated to receive the full storyline and never before seen footage of the first documented spirit entity ever captured on film.
Description: In the Netherlands, the final year of elementary school means turmoil for the pupils and their parents. There is no escape from the pressure on kids to score as high as possible on tests to receive into the greatest secondary schools. Parents who can afford it pay for as many personal lessons as possible; another parents place pressure on the teachers. This documentary shows pupils and parents from very various backgrounds going through this process. They struggle anxiously for the same goal: the greatest possible begin in life.
Description: Filmmaker Jan Willem van Dam made a movie in Georgia, following the Revolution of the Roses in 2003, on the borderline of fiction and documentary. The movie is based on 'the life and dreams' of Nini Sardlishvili, a sixteen-year-old Georgian girl. Nini says about her life and dreams, speaks with two elderly girls about past and future and walks among the ruins of a huge, burnt-out Soviet archive. She plays herself in the film, just like the another protagonist, Domestic Intelligence agent Gocha Ovashvili. He travels across the country in response to a remarkable appeal by a Georgian minister (appearing in a newscast), to ask folks if they are criminals. During this futile and absurd quest, he meets mainly aged Georgians, including a shepherd and two monks, and admires the scenery.
Description: Whatever Comes Next is a documentary about the curious and dynamic life of Annemarie Mahler-Ettinger. The movie portrays the painter and scholar, Annemarie Mahler. Born in Vienna in 1926, Mahler fled by herself as a twelve-year kid to the United States and has since 1955 has lived in Bloomington, IN, and in the summers in Woods Hole, MA. The documentary portrays the artist's outer and inner lives, which bridge two centuries and two continents.
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