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Description: The Barbican Estate in the Town of London is arguably England's finest example of Brutalist architecture. This movie explores the history of the estate from the perspective of its residents
Description: A portrait of the one hundred years of Santos Football Club, where history is said by the true facts, their meaning and emotion. "To born, to live and to die Santos", the path of the first Brazilian football squad to become Globe Winner twice since its foundation. From Pelé targets era to the irreverent football of Neymar’s generation, the history is said by supporters, users and historians, inserting the football passion into the cultural context of Brazil and inside every Brazilian as well.
Description: "I shot Sitting Feeding Sleeping in a cryogenics lab, where nitrogen-pumped bodies circulate their own blood. In a robotics perception lab, where machines read human emotion. And in zoos, where animals live extended lives emptied of sexual, social, survival cues. I used these three territories as prosthetics for understanding deathfullness — being alive, feeling dead."
Description: In exploring the lives of two wandering Nepali musicians, an uncle and nephew who share the same name and are featured in filmmaker Stephanie Spray's and Pacho Velez's acclaimed documentary Manakamana, Kāle and Kāle (pronounced kah-lay) exposes the rootless occupation of the Gaine caste and communicates both its joys and pitfalls - domestic, economic and spiritual - in their everyday lives. Rejecting didacticism as a means of ethnographical observation, the movie consists of distinct episodes that value the quality of the genuine moment. Spray couples both meaningful and disconcerting human interactions with the sights and sounds of natural familiarities such as grass, smoke, insects, animals, and traditional Nepalese folk music, opening up an evocative fresh globe that the viewer is invited to slowly and deliberately experience.
Description: A Minute Ago, which debuted this fall at High Art gallery in Paris, revolves around rotoscoping, the animation technique Rose calls “collaging in time and space.” Her most impressionistic work to date, the work takes its mission of departure from two pieces of footage: a YouTube video of a freak summer hailstorm on a Siberian beach, and a tour given by the architect Philip Johnson of his landmark Glass House in Fresh Canaan, Connecticut, just a several years before his death at age 98. “I was thinking about the relationship between shocking, catastrophic weather conditions and collage, which has a related uncanny, suturing quality,” Rose says. Accompanied partly by a down-pitched ver of Pink Floyd’s 1971 concert played “to the dead” at Pompeii, the work has an unsettling, morose quality.
Description: You Are on Indian Land is a 1969 documentary movie about the confrontation between police and Mohawk of the St. Regis Reservation on a bridge between Canada and the United States, which stands on Mohawk land near Cornwall, Ontario. By blocking traffic from the bridge, the Mohawk sought to call attention to their grievance that they were prohibited by Canadian authorities from duty-free passage of private purchases across the border. They claimed this right as part of their right of gratis passage across the border, as established by the 1794 Jay Treaty between Nice Britain and the United States after the latter gained independence in the American Revolutionary War. The movie portrayed the rising activism of the Mohawk and demands for self-determination, which has continued.
Description: A movie ‘twin’ to the novel My Life as a Russian Novel, this documentary charts Carrère’s adventure to Kotelnitch, a city some 800 km east of Moscow, as he investigates what happened to a Hungarian POW, and then the young Ania. Through exploring the lives of others the writer finds the courage to say his own story.
Description: UFOs and aliens from beyond the stars are common themes in media, entertainment, and another forms of science fiction; however, many individuals have sworn they have seen UFOs and have been abducted in true life! Sit back and watch as the makers of Mazinger take you on a adventure through the history of UFO lore. Should it be that UFOs are true and that aliens watch us from afar? In the end, only you can be the judge.
Description: Discharged from Bosnian war, Johnny carries the weight of this fight on his shoulders. He left the fight with a dark and frightening secret, the murder of a young man that haunts him. But Johnny carries many demons. The death of his father, running from his destiny as Chief of the Band and abandoning the love of his life. Nevertheless, Johnny gotta return home, the wolf spirit has called. Upon his return, he finds a fresh war. His estranged brother is leading his folks in a revolt to save their sacred land. Johnny faces a dilemma; does he war to save his people, or does he save himself? His adventure will tutorial him to realizing that they are the same. In a blink, his globe changes and in death, his brother tutorials him on a spirit walk to meet his destiny as leader of his people.
Description: Rejecting all propagandistic or narrative convention, Ghazi combined documentary and abstract sequences with a series of discontinuous plot lines to organize a stinging attack on the bourgeois decadence of Beirut's political milieu.
Description: Secrets of Scotland Yard breaks through the façade of the most popular police headquarters in the world: the very name Scotland Yard is synonymous with all that’s greatest in the detection of crime. Scotland Yard is the headquarters of one of the oldest police forces in the globe – London’s Metropolitan Police Service – known to Londoners as ‘the Met’. Today, 33,000 Scotland Yard police officers safeguard one of the biggest towns in Europe, patrolling nearly ten thousand miles of street, more than 200 miles of waterway, six hundred square miles of airspace, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Description: The storyline of the sniping fight as it developed during Globe Fight II, throughout the different theatres of war. At the outset of fight sniping was not considered relevant to modern warfare, but its importance was gradually realised by all the major combatants. This programme covers the development of various weapons and techniques adopted by the German, Russian, British, US and Japanese armies. Furthermore it covers the psychology of the sniper and his association with regular soildiers. The sniper was and remains to this day, a contradictory figure, respected as a skilled professional, hated as an assassin.
Description: Showing the whole catastrophe resulting from the attempt of Mr. Gorham to ride around the loop the loop on a bicycle. While the enormous crowd watches him he comes down the slide with the speed of the wind, circles the loop, but as he nears the bottom his wheel swerves from the path and the rider crashes into the framework of the structure. Attendants rush up and carry away the injured man. (Biograph Catalog)
Description: Procol Harum, greatest known for their world-wide smash hit of 1967, A Whiter Shade of Pale, are the stars of a 55-minute unique program. In 1967 a fresh pop group emerged with the hit song, A Whiter Shade of Pale. They were The Procol Harum. We meet the members of the group and see them perform their hit along with another numbers, including Captain Clack, Whisky Train, and Your Overcoat Is Too Long. The group's leader, Gary Brooker, comments throughout. Shown on the ABC and in the UK on BBC. Tracklist : A Whiter Shade Of Pale Nice Captain Clack Whiskey Train Homburg Piggy Pig Pig In Held Twas In I Pilgrims Progress Dead Man's Dream Nothing That I Didn't Know
Description: NOVA's groundbreaking investigation explores how fresh discoveries are transforming views of our earliest ancestors. Becoming Human explores the origins of us -where modern humans and our capacities for art, invention, and survival came from, and how our social history led to 3-5% of our genetic heritage being Neanderthal. Featuring interviews with world-renowned scientists, footage shot in the trenches as fossils were unearthed, and stunning computer-generated animation, Becoming Human brings early hominids to life, examining how they lived and how we became the constructive and adaptable modern humans of today. In gripping forensic detail, we meet: Selam, the amazingly finished remains of a 3 million year-old child, packed with clues to why we split from the apes, came down from the trees, and started walking upright; Turkana Man -a tantalizing fossil of Homo erectus, the first ancestor to leave Africa and colonize the globe. What led to this first nice African exodus?
Description: During Globe Fight II, the United States Units hired Lynne Sachs’ cousin, Sandor Lenard, to reconstruct the bones, tiny and large, of dead American soldiers. This short anti-war cine-poem is composed of highly abstracted war imagery and kids at a birthday party.
Description: The days of being a supporter of the Hammarby football squad are hard, even for the most dedicated fan. The unwilling step into the future is embodied by the leaving of the classic home stadium Söderstadion.
Description: Jelani secretly married a girl from a various tribe. They fled their country in order to avoid being killed. On foot – and each another method they should – they arrived at a river, months later. Some folks die crossing it; others swim across it and enter Europe. But, once they set foot in the first European country, Greece, they found themselves and their kids homeless and socially excluded, without being able to transport on or go back. Their only solution is to enter Germany illegally, the smugglers say. But they have no cash to pay for the entire family to travel. Jelani is faced with the dilemma: If one of the kids leaves unaccompanied and arrives secure and sound in Germany, he or she can support the family receive visas to enter that country. His kids will learn in a violent method either how one finds their own planet or how one creates it from scratch; and whether Germany is really the solution or just a fresh nightmare.
Description: In a time of increasing tournament from mega-chains and online retailers, many local businesses are fighting for survival. Through the tumultuous storyline of two beloved Bay Zone booksellers, Cody's and Kepler's, PAPERBACK DREAMS captures the David and Goliath struggle faced by countless independents around the country.
Description: 'The Long Begin to the Journey' follows filmmaker Chris Gallaway on his private attempt to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail and to learn what the trail means to individuals he meets along the way. Chris (or 'Frost' as he comes to be known on the trail) meets hikers young and old with wildly disparate backgrounds, 'trail angels' who deliever meal and help along the way, and an assortment of wildlife that create the adventure much more exciting. This is a private storyline of struggle and perseverance as well as a historical acc of the origins and cultural relevance of the Appalachian Trail.
Description: Until today, the seas are remaining the beauty and mystery of the globe far away from the civilization at Galapagos Islands! Beyond the sea surface to deepness in the pristine and untouched inside, Ocean Giants 3D will kidnap you. Nice 3D photos of the giants of the seas from the majestic whales, the gentle manatee to the most risky animals of the sea, the sharks and many another monsters that you have never even seen before.
Description: EMPIRE OF THE MOON wryly deconstructs the experience of being a tourist. Paris, gorgeously photographed in black-and-white, is the setting for cultural explorations ranging from the mundane to the sublime, as visitors trek from icon to icon, snapping the same photos, climbing the same steps and at times experiencing the transformative wonder they came to find.
Description: For his first movie in fourteen years animation director Isao Takahata embarked on a visually sumptuous adaptation of The Tale of The Princess Kaguya. A dream project for the director that would hopefully establish the recently formed Ghibli Studio 7, created to meet the demands of a fresh kind of modern animation process. But almost instantly the epic production is faced with difficulties and falls dramatically behind schedule. In this compelling and insightful documentary we follow Isao Takahata and his dedicated squad of artists as they frantically strive vs adversity to create their vision a reality and bring Studio Ghibli into a fresh Era.
Description: In 1989, the NCAA men’s basketball competition was at a crossroads. Schools from larger symposiums like the SEC and Large East didn’t see the need to hold allowing the mid-major squads into the Large Dance. They everytime lost, so what was the point? When Alonzo Mourning’s no. 1 seed Georgetown Hoyas entered the tournament, they had their eyes set on the Final Four and a national title. Dealing with the likes of Ivy League winner and no. 16 seed Princeton was more of an afterthought. So when these two squads faced off on March 17, 1989, in Providence, Rhode Island, no one, not even Princeton, expected much of a game. They were all wrong. Pete Carril’s Tigers not only played one of the best minigames in college basketball history, they also allow the NCAA and the rest of the globe know that the mid-majors should enjoy and were here to stay. Without that game, the competition would not be what it is today — a billion-dollar enterprise that stops America for two weeks every year.
Description: Following the adventure of an Evangelical minister trying to search the courage to preach about the growing toll of gun violence in America. Reverend Rob Schenck, anti-abortion activist and fixture on the political far right, breaks with orthodoxy by questioning whether being pro-gun is consistent with being pro-life.
Description: Yuka Yasukawa is an actress and also a professional wrestler with the nick of Akuto Yasukawa. An in-depth look is given into her private life as well as her in the ring. Her past experiences are also said including being bullied, refusing to go to school, rape and attempted suicide.
Description: A short documentary that captures the longest total solar eclipse of the 21st century, The Yellow Bank takes you on a contemplative boat ride across the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China. Filmmaker J.P. Sniadecki, who lived and worked in Shanghai nine years earlier, uses the eclipse as a catalyst to discover the method weather, light, and sound affect the urban architectural environment during this extremely rare phenomenon.
Description: A staged documentary that started the Polish Black Series. The movie takes the form of a warning vs indifference to the rogue behavior of hooligan groups and their pernicious result on young folks flowing into the cities.
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