See Mourir à Madrid (1963) Frédéri.
See Barthelemy Rosso /Georges Maga.
See MORIR EN MADRID (Frédéric Ross.
See Morir en Madrid 1963 Inicio .
See Morir a Madrid.
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See Mourir Madrid.
See Maurice JARRE † Mourir à Madri.
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Description: Sture Mars pointed his film-camera towards the cultural and social life of Stockholm. He recorded special moments and happenings like the ongoings in Gamla Bro, Hippie forums, the Magnus Ladulås pub, the grand opening of Kulturhuset, festivities at the University of Uppsala, and those that are forced to live and work in the roads and corners of the large city.
Description: In December of 1968, three astronauts traveled to the Moon. This is the storyline of their lives and the nice storyline of how they became the first human beings to travel beyond the confines of planet world and reach the Moon. First to the Moon says the nice storyline of the Apollo 8 point and the three boys that crewed it. Through restored archival movies from NASA, The National Archives, and the Astronaut’s own private collections, this documentary takes you through time from the upbringing of every team member and onward to show day.
Description: Chronicles the Serbian terror in Croatia through few historical periods: the Serbian occupation of 1918., the establishment of Independent State of Croatia (NDH), uprising vs NDH, re-establishment of communist Yugoslavia, uprising vs modern day Republic of Croatia during the Tuđman decade (1991. - 2000.) and the period between 2000. - 2018. during which the myths of "Greater Serbia" and Yugoslavia are restored, financed and spread.
Description: For years, there has been widespread speculation, but very tiny consensus, about the relationship between violent video minigames and violence in the true world. Joystick Fighters provides the clearest acc yet of the recent research on this issue. Drawing on the insights of media scholars, military analysts, combat veterans, and players themselves, the movie trains its sights on the wildly famous category of first-person shooter games, exploring how the immersive experience they offer urls up with the larger stories we say ourselves as a culture about violence, militarism, guns, and manhood. Along the way, it examines the minigame industry's longstanding working relationship with the US military and the American gun industry, and offers a riveting examination of the minigames themselves -- showing how they work to sanitize, glamorize, and normalize violence while cultivating dangerously regressive attitudes and concepts about masculinity and militarism.
Description: Rick "Jim" Cassidy and Bob Mizer, one of the founders, and head, of the Athletic Model Guild, profile the A.M.G., its history, and how it operates. The purpose of the A.M.G. is to prepare (mostly gay) young boys who meet its specifications for careers in modeling and showing themselves off as "gay-boy beefcake" (the male gay equivalent of young female models as "cheesecake"). Questions arise as to where these young boys come from, how they are recruited, what it is like to work for A.M.G., and if all the young boys who apply and are agreed are, indeed, gay.
Description: In life, Marilyn Monroe captivated millions across the globe. In death, her mesmerizing spell only grew in size and scope. More than half a century after her passing, her personal life goes public in the world's biggest auction of Marilyn memorabilia. Examine some of the 1,000 stuff up for sale, from the gowns worn in her most popular performances to candid images to personal diaries, and see how these objects say the storyline of a complex girl whose life was slash tragically short.
Description: Four Feet Up is an intimate portrayal of kid poverty in Canada by award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker Nance Ackerman. Twenty years after the promise of the House of Commons 'to eliminate poverty among Canadian children,' 8-year-old Isaiah contemplates what 'less fortunate' means as he finds his voice through his own magical drawings and photographs. Four Feet Up invites us into the lives of this determined family, revealing an intimate and touching experience of kid poverty in one of the world's richest nations.
Description: Each Christmas, Bruce Mertz lights up the neighborhood with the 50,000 lights covering his house. For decades he's obsessively added to his display, creating beautiful, towering fixtures that folks travel across the country to see. In this offbeat, touching portrait, we learn what drives him, and explore how a child who grew up on a farm with no electricity became Mr. Christmas.
Description: The movie documents the wave of house occupations in Rome at the end of the 60s: the working-class residents of the borgate, left-wing priest Don Lutte, the tenants’ committee, who were in the orbit of the Communist Party, and the Comitato di Agitazione Borgate […].
Description: Following the deaths of his father and many others from his village, filmmaker Daniel Lambo sets off on a passionate quest to search the truth about the deadly asbestos industry. His find takes him to the biggest asbestos waste dump in India and unveils a cold-blooded industry still endangering the lives of workers and consumers around the world. A gripping storyline on the war of individuals vs a booming asbestos industry.
Description: Leonardi's movie about the Living Theatre is less concerned with a straight documentary presentation of the exile theatre group from Fresh York, but rather is concerned with the specific atmospheric factor which is indicated by their name, and which constitutes the highly suggestive result of their playing. Cutting, for Leonardi, is the most decisive aesthetic device. The effect is a wonderfully composed furioso of pictures. The hand-held camera catches rehearsals, conversations without sound, bits of theatre and everyday life actions (which, for Living Theatre people, is very often intermixed).
Description: Experimental multimedia artist duo Mang (Andy Slob and Tag Shafer) make short vignettes that encompass loops, feedback and primal cries from the dark pits of their collective psyche. Ear-splitting, skullcrushing and hard melody that is not for the squeamish, for the mainstream or for the Amish.
Description: Join Bruno Tonioli in Blackpool’s iconic Turret Ballroom, for one very unique evening. Bruno has been on Strictly Come Dancing since the very beginning. Play a trip down the memory promenade as Bruno looks back at some of his favorite moments from the show’s Blackpool Specials. Bruno’s Bellissimo Blackpool is a unique feature-length programme packed full of some of the most memorable, show-stopping and hilarious moments from Strictly Come Dancing’s time in the home of ballroom.
Description: No concept is more fundamental to who we are than the concept that we are gratis to select what we do and who we will become. This concept is known as gratis will. But are we truly "free" from the forces around us? In what sense are we free? Is it even possible to truly be "free"?
Description: Bauta is a short documentary that explores public, monumental buildings in Norway - stone and concrete buildings. By the public they have the desire to be torn down, or are not given particular aesthetic value. But what about when folks are out of the buildings and they receive to stand for themselves? Bauta provides a fresh experience of zone and architecture.
Description: Advertisement Astra is an artistic short documentary movie that pays tribute to the Norwegian church and post-war postmodernist architects for its daring reform of the 50-70's innovative church building. Raw concrete and cold clean lines in a functionalist style were in line with society's development, but in stark contrast to what the church had previously represented. The movie portrays 25 of these churches from all over the country
Description: Newest population growth in the capital leads to an ambitious development plan, involving public and personal initiative as documented here, pinpointing over 60 territories (streets, roads, parks, schools) being updated or built anew. The narrative and soundtrack are grandiloquent, in the propaganda style needed by the Producer (the Municipal Council of Lisbon, then directly dependent of the national government), but the photos and informations are actually of historical relevance.
Description: Glenn Archer is not only one of the best Kangaroos but also one of the AFL’s greatest sporting ambassadors. Following Arch’s 300th minigame for the ‘Roos, this fresh tool charts highlights and memorable moments of the sensational Arch’s career.
Description: Insightful digital portrait of artist Fargo Deborah Whitman, who has "dissociative personality disorder" (formerly named "multiple personality disorder"). Whitman provides an intimate glimpse into many of her different personae (a young kid called Genie; 18 year-old Anton; Gibbon; Meticulous; and others), and director Chandler has shown nice sensitivity to her extraordinary subject, and the movie is by turns startling, shocking, and inspiring.
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i saw this film over 30 years ago at the carnegie theatre in fresh york city. i have never forgotten it and in subsequent years have tried to receive a dvd or vhs for my collection. unfortunately it doesn't seem to be accessible and the movie is rarely shown any more. whether you accept or disagree with the plot of the film, it is a cinematic experience.
40 years soon I still remember seeing a film showing true folks fighting for true freedom - in particular a stage where bullets hit a empty hilltop, then rebels run through the same space, then bullets again - the sense that two seconds earlier or soon in their actions would have meant true death (not film death). I feel that we all could see understand what was shared in this film. ALSO - the melody of Maurice Jarre was easy and beautiful.
Saw it as a young girl, and it changed my life. It was shown in an art-house as part of a double bill, with Guns of August - about Globe Fight I. I was prompted learn transport about the Spanish CIvil War, became more committed than ever to populist movements and cherishing of life.I have ever since been a passionate fanatic of political documentary. In newest years docs are intended to 'educate with facts'. Facts are meaningless without heart and a vision of what makes life beautiful. I yearn for the return of this kind of documentary instead of the talking heads that dominate now.WHY ISN'T THIS OUT OF DVD OR VHS? An outrage.
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