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Description: Filmed from the Driver's cab of a class 385 EMU we travel on a ScotRail express from Glasgow Queen Road to Edinburgh Waverley via Falkirk High, then from Edinburgh to Glasgow Central via Shotts.
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Description: Film-maker Conor Reilly is given rare access to the Scottish flat world community, setting into motion a chain of happenings that will introduce him to folks that are making it their point to spread the word of flat world and why they trust in this so passionately. His adventure takes him across Scotland, where he meets believers using social media to spread the message of 'waking up to the lies' and those who are taking to the roads with banners and flyers speaking to the public face to face. Finding a tiny but growing community of Scots leads him to Colorado, USA, and to the second International Flat World Conference, where he gets an insight into the movement on an entirely fresh level. Is this where Scotland is heading?
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Description: 'Spectator Records – Up in Smoke' is a movie for vinyl lovers and melody nerds. It is a movie about how a tiny house in a back yard in Hasseris outside Aalborg came to be the epicentre of Danish rock music. The movie says the storyline of how founder Jørgen Bornefeldt created a special zone where inspiration and melody should flow freely. Spectator Records was the hotbed of Danish rock melody and we have never looked back since. It was a honey pot of bubbling and sizzling creativity, which unfortunately went up in smoke. For many years, no one knew what happened – and conspiracy theories about why the studio burned, lived merrily among its aficionados – but actually we know. The storyline of 'Spectator Records – Up in Smoke' is the original hippie history that has never been told. About an explosive release of wild energy that forever changed the melody and the folks who came near Jørgen and Spectator Records.
Description: Based on the testimonies of 4 survivors, a strong documentary on the treatment inflicted on Soviet fight prisoners, suspected of betrayal by the Stalinist regime. An exceptional word that pays homage to hundred of thousands of forgotten victims.
Description: Each Sunday night, a tiny Fresh York restaurant turns into a piece of Cuba. The tables are set aside to give method to a dance floor, which welcomes the immense fervor of Cuban exiles through the rumba.
Description: It has been eight years since Typhoon Morakot, the deadliest typhoon to impact Taiwan in recorded history, swept through Siaolin Village. It left 462 inhabitants dead, including Mr WENG Jui-chi's beloved family. Like the another 46 survivors, WENG struggled to face the recurrent nightmare after losing his family, tackling the regret and guilt of being left alone.
Description: In ‘Carry On’ by Mieriën Coppens we see individuals wait, silence is heard, a microscopic attention through a tired mass. If the movie is almost mute it is because it focuses on silent figures, although their struggle is deafening.
Description: Samen Winnen follows Squad Jumbo-Visma behind the scenes of the Tour de France 2019. With four scene wins and Steven Kruijswijk finishing on the podium in Paris, the only Dutch cycling squad was one of the most succesful teams.
Description: A poetic documentary that calls attention to beauty found in the features of the anachronistic and declining, and suggests that this particular tons of melancholy beauty is born of a withdrawal from the world's forward push. The protagonist of the movie is a huge 80-year-old meal manufacturing/co-packing factory in San Francisco.
Description: Back at home, José Manuel, a farm labourer from Sierra Maestra in Cuba, is watching a tv interview he gave about his work when suddenly there is a power cut. Goaded by frustration, he decides to continue the programme, but this time he interviews the local people; equipped only with his mule and an old tv set.
Description: Five women, members of the Sans Papiers, talk about the history and reasons for founding the organisation, as well as their most necessary demands, like getting permits of residence for refugee girls so they don't depend on their husbands' status.
Description: In the minds of people, Brussels is no longer a geographical location; it is actually a myth-surrounded centre, where decisions are made regarding future life in Europe. The most brilliant minds from the European countries have convened in Brussels: former state leaders, highly-placed officials, advisors, translators and interpreters, as well as family members of all these people. Together, they comprise a sort of separate planet ruled by unique laws and using fresh ways of communication; it is a zone of a high concentration of power and all sorts of monster comforts. The anxiety following the 2016 attacks on Brussels has taken everyone by surprise, and the question whether to stay on Planet Brussels actually comes up increasingly often. The Brexit news gave fully various type of concussion to the commonly established center of Europe.
Description: Tiny village (Vreoci, Serbia) could be destroyed and the inhabitants were moved to extend the mine. Most folks do not wish to leave their homes and demolish the church and the cemetery where their ancestors. State still convincing theme that it's nice for their prosperity. Time will judge.
Description: The Narrator takes the viewers on an extraordinary adventure back to the dawn of YouTube, and goes through each single year and shows how the site has changed over the years with also ...
Description: In her psychoses, Gioia had her best dreams and darkest nightmares. But reality allows tiny room for imagination. A dance documentary on the border of delusion and reality.
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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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