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Description: The Living Theatre is an experimental company founded in Fresh York in 1947 by Julian Beck (New York 1925-1985), painter and poet, and the actress and scene director Judith Malina (Kiel 1926), a student of Erwin Piscator. From the very beginning the group’s activities bore the stamp of social and political commitment, imbued with a powerful libertarian matrix. A video montage of movies and videos from The Living Theatre Archives.
Description: A documentary that takes a look at the production of BEFORE MIDNIGHT. As the movie starts, Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke are sitting around as filming has just completed. From here we receive some terrific stories as they talk about the characters as well as what they bring and take from them. We also receive footage from the filming of the film where we receive to see how the actors and director work together to test and build up the scenes.
Description: A short documentary that follows director Charlie Tyrell as he tries to uncover a better understanding of his deceased father through the random objects he inherited. Including a pile of VHS dirty movies.
Description: Ian Hislop takes an amused look at one of the most peculiar offices in the British establishment, that of Poet Laureate. Its 341-year history produces a gloriously eccentric picture of who we are, how we are ruled, what we wish to tell about ourselves and just how difficult it is to do that in verse.
Description: A rare behind-the-scenes view of the exploding Fresh York “underground” in the late sixities, a turbulent time and zone that was to change American culture forever. A German TV crew, led by journalist Gideon Bachmann, explores the epicenter of the sixties revolution in art, music, poetry and movie and interviews the main users in the “New American Cinema,” that was born on the roads of Fresh York. Vs a backdrop of cultural upheaval in all of the arts and growing political agitation vs the Vietnam War, Bachman interviews the most prominent figures in “underground film,” including Jonas Mekas, Shirley Clarke, the Kuchar Brothers and Bruce Connor, and visits the most notorious zone in the Fresh York art globe of the era - Andy Warhol’s Factory - to conduct an interview with the genius of Pop Art himself.
Description: David Attenborough investigates the remarkable life and death of Jumbo the elephant - a celebrity animal superstar whose storyline is told to have inspired the film Dumbo. Attenborough joins a squad of scientists and conservationists to unravel the complex and mysterious storyline of this huge African elephant - an elephant many believed to be the largest in the world. With special access to Jumbo's skeleton at the American Museum of Natural History, the squad work together to separate myth from reality. How large was Jumbo really? How was he treated in captivity? And how did he die? Jumbo's bones may offer vital clues.
Description: Three candidates for knighthood gotta face a reckoning with the darkest problems from their past in order to be agreed into a real-life Jedi community. More than fandom, more than religion; for every Jedi initiate, it’s a private crusade for the betterment of their world.
Description: In the detail documentary FROM THE GROUND UP, former meat-eating college football user Santino Panico goes on a adventure to rediscover the athlete within--this time, as a vegan. As he meets with vegetarian and vegan elite competitors, this storyline about meal and sport expands to confront the social norms and far-reaching impacts of meal choices.
Description: In 1987 in Arkansas two high school seniors were brutally murdered, their bodies strewn across train tracks to be dismembered by a speeding train. Upon further investigation, the evidence of this crime leads to the heart of a heavy C.I.A. drug and weapons smuggling operation based in Mena, Arkansas, and raises questions about past C.I.A. involvement in drug and weapons trafficking worldwide.
Description: The wolf of British Columbia is on a quest to master water, fishing and swimming. According to few specialists, the wolf is at the first scene of a process that should turn it into a marine mammal. How will its evolution unfold?
Description: Several know what happened, in fact, on August 23, 1944, and who were the main actors of change. Words like "coup", "war" and "communists" are used often in the same sentence, without knowing anything about the courage that a lord nor 23 had when it was across Hitler's plan.
Description: Nasser 56 is a 1996 Egyptian historical movie directed by Mohamed Fadel, starring Ahmed Zaki. The movie focuses on the nationalization of the Suez Canal by Egypt's second President, Gamal Abdel Nasser, and the subsequent invasion of Egypt by Israel, the United Kingdom, and France.
Description: After 18 years living in Italy, the Cuban Barbara Ramos returns to live in her homeland. In the city of Santa Clara, she discovers through the projects of family and mates what has changed in Cuba but also what has not and will likely never change. Shot over a period of three years - the time it took Barbara to build her dream house - RETURN TO CUBA chronicles her life in the wake of Raul Castro's liberal reforms and reconciliation with the United States of America. A light-hearted yet energetic film positively demonstrating that finding happiness is possible in today's Cuba!
Description: Elton John: I'm Still Standing – A Grammy Salute. Taped at the Theater at Madison Square Garden shortly after the 2018 Grammys and broadcast on CBS this week, the evening saw Elton John and husband David Furnish seated front row for a tribute to the works of Elton John and Bernie Taupin from Ed Sheeran, Kesha, Sam Smith, Shawn Mendes & SZA, Tiny Large City and more. The entire thing ended with a stellar performance from the boy himself, with the majority of his all-star guests joining him for a rollicking "I'm Still Standing."
Description: A chronicle of the final chapters of Dr. Martin Luther Lord Jr.’s life, revealing a conflicted leader who faced an onslaught of criticism from both sides of the political spectrum.
Description: Dive into the hidden industry of digital cleaning, which rids the Internet of unwanted violence, porn and political content. Who is controlling what we see...and what we think?
Description: A Danish teacher takes a job in Greenland and tries to overcome the animosity of the tight-knit locals through a series of errors that support him embrace the snow-covered life.
Description: Over the past 25 years, Lauren Greenfield's documentary photography and movie projects have explored youth culture, gender, body image, and affluence. In this fascinating meld of career retrospective and movie essay, Greenfield offers a meditation on her extensive body of work, structuring it through the lens of materialism and its increasing sway on culture and society in America and throughout the world. Underscoring the ever-increasing gap between the haves and the have-nots, her portraits reveal a focus on cultivating photo over substance, where topics unable to attain current wealth instead settle for its trappings, no matter their ability to pay for it.
Description: A well-preserved mammoth carcass is found in the remote Fresh Siberian Islands in the Arctic Ocean, opening up the chance of a world-changing “Jurassic Park” moment in genetics.
Description: Branch Brook Park Roller Rink, located in Newark, NJ, is one of the several remaining urban rinks of its kind. This concrete structure is nestled in a public park bordered by public housing and a highway. Upon first glance, the exterior resembles a fallout shelter; however, the streamers and lights of the interior are reminiscent of 1970s roller discos. This 55 minute documentary depicts a zone cherished by skaters and a town struggling to transport beyond its past and forge a fresh narrative amidst contemporary social issues.
Description: Miyamoto-cho is a community of Mom-and-Pop shops and family enterprises located near the center of Tokyo. Tournament from supermarkets and shopping centers threatens the livelihoods of long-term residents. High land prices tempt owners to tear down old homes and replace them with apartment buildings; this in turn is changing the composition of the population. Vs this backdrop, residents strive to maintain the close social ties, symbols of local identity, and community rituals that hold Miyamoto-cho from becoming just other emailing address. Theodore Bestor began his research here in 1979. His prize winning ebook of the same name is accessible through Stanford University Press. This documentary is one of a series depicting the tons of life in today's Japan in the context of human issues common to all industrial nations. A comprehensive study tutorial is available.
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Not a documentary, more of a loving tribute. Cast and team from the whole length of the series (1963 - 1989) share their thoughts on the series and it's future.I got a sentimental buzz for the present just watching it. In addition to clips from just about each existing storyline made, you receive Jon Pertwee driving the Whomobile and saying us how silly he thought the Daleks were, Sylvester McCoy expressing his regret at the show's cancellation, and Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant discussing the real definition of a Doctor Who companion. There's footage from British news shows regarding the series (notably Blue Peter), and behind-the-scenes footage of some episodes. Love the old PRIME pc commercials featuring an engaged Fourth Doctor and Romana, er, Tom Baker and Lalla Ward. And I'm a sucker for that Jon Pertwee rap that plays during the end credits. I even got a kick out of hearing Mary Whitehouse's rhetoric. And it's only fitting that Nicholas Courtney, a boy who was involved with the series from almost the very beginning all the method up to it's last season, could be the narrator.
I have seen documentaries on DOCTOR WHO in the past but to be honest they`re almost everytime disappointing at greatest . Not so with with 30 YEARS IN THE TARDIS which is the best documentary ever to have featured British telefantasy`s greatest loved icon . What I absolutely loved about this tribute was seeing items I thought I`d never see like a TV advertisement for ice lollies featuring the Doctor or some 8mm silent movie footage of William Hartnell opening an air present or the champion of a " Build your Doctor Who creature " or what a Dalek playsuit looks like on a young man . This is an absolutely nice documentary for casual fanatics or diehard ones like myself . The fact that 30 YEARS IN THE TARDIS was made by fellow fanatics really shines through . Take for example the opening of the young man on his method home and sees a post box suddenly transform into a Dalek . I can testify that as a kid this also happened to me . As a kid dustbins often did the same , and bollards . Yes I know that sounds extremely sad , but in a mundane cynical cruel globe of adulthood I really miss the days when I looked forward to seeing the next DOCTOR WHO episode on a Saturday teatime.Thank you to everyone involved in making this nice documentary
Produced as part of the thirteenth anniversary year of Doctor Who, More Then Thirty Years In the TARDIS is a look at the first three decades of the long running show's existence. While perhaps not as informative as many of the documentaries actually found on numerous Doctor Who DVDs, this documentary has something else. It is perhaps the single greatest look at the original run off Doctor Who overall and is screaming for a DVD release in some size, shape or form. In short this documentary covers a lot of ground and does it very well.There is a huge amount of archive material to be found within it for example. The footage ranges from rare footage of William Hartnell at a 1966 air show, Jon Pertwee's appearance with the Whomobile on Blue Peter (which can be found in full on the The Three Doctors DVD), Dalek author Terry Nation being interviewed on Wicker's World, Tom Baker and Lalla Ward appearing in TV adverts for Prime Computers (which can be found on on The Destiny Of The Daleks DVD), studio recordings from few stories (including Death To The Daleks and Ghost Light), Doctor Who spoofs from British comedy shows, plus footage from the two 1960's Dalek movies, Jon Pertwee's 1973 single "I Am The Doctor" and much more. While some of this material can be seen actually as extra's on the different Doctor Who DVDs releases, this documentary has much of the same material in one zone and is indispensable for that reason.There's also a lot of interviews as well. While many of those interviewed have subsequently been interview for the DVD releases, there are interviews here that can't be found anywhere else such as William Hartnell's granddaughter who was researching a biography of him at the time or celebrity appearances as well including Gerry Anderson (creator of Thunderbird's etc.) with his son and many folks who watched the series while growing up. There's also interviews with few folks who are no longer with us such as third Doctor Jon Pertwee, writer Douglas Adams (better known for his soon creation The Hitchhikers Tutorial To the Galaxy) or producers Verity Lambert (the first producer of the series), Barry Letts and John Nathan-Turner. Even from those interviewed elsewhere give interesting remarks here including writer Terrance Dicks on the different aspects of the series, actress Elisabeth Sladen (with her daughter at one point) discussing the role of the companion, plus seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy and actress Sophie Aldred (who played his companion Ace) as they discuss there time on the present and how they both learned it had ended. There's also those interviewed in the archive footage such as Patrick Troughton or Tom Baker. Perhaps the most interesting interview piece is the short appearance at the end of the documentary by BBC One Controller Alan Yentob when asked about Doctor Who's future at the time (which would lead first to the 1996 Paul McGann TV Film before the present returned full force in 2005). While they may be interviewed in more depth elsewhere, like the archive footage, the fact that so much material is in one zone and is indispensable for that reason.There are another things that makes this documentary unique. These contain recreated scenes filmed around many of the zone where the original scenes were, these scenes bring classic moments from the series back to life. These contain Daleks crossing Westminster Bridge, Cybermen walking down the steps of St. Paul's Cathedral and Autons breaking through window store windows and the like. There's also the narration of actor Nicholas Courtney aka the Brigadier who also dispenses out numerous pieces of trivia as well along the way. There's also appearances from numerous creatures (including those mentioned above), props (including the Whomobile, K9 and Cybermats) and sets including a wonderfully done ver of the TARDIS console room. There's also some nice unique results work done as well including a beautifully done shot of a young man opening the TARDIS door and stepping into the huge TARDIS console room done all in one shot. While there are moment's where the results can be iffy (such as the Dalek Hoverbouts) for the most part they work. The effect is that, when combined with the another elements found elsewhere, they create this documentary even better.More Then Thirty Years In The TARDIS is perhaps the greatest documentary that looks at the original run of Doctor Who overall. With its combination of archive footage, interviews, recreated scenes, results and more this documentary may not be as incredibly detailed on aspects of the present as those actually found as DVD extras but it really shouldn't be. It is a look overall at the first three decades of a beloved present and a look at why it is so beloved. If one is looking for a nice documentary on the original series as a entire then this documentary is perhaps the single greatest zone to look. Sadly only accessible on an out of print VHS this is screaming for a DVD release of its own in some size, shape or form please!
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