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Description: Stay inside all the time? Never take your shoes off? Feel fatigued? You should have Natural Deficit Disorder. Learn how the world can support neutralize the disease-causing radicals in the body, by doing something as easy as swimming or walking barefoot.
Description: Hotel-Dieu Hospital in Montreal, one of the oldest in North America. In the emergency ward, patients await their diagnosis, foreshadowed by the most private questions from doctors. Others don't have the luxury of worrying about such things. They suffer in pain, war to live or simply wish it all to end, despairing at the body's inability to do what it's supposed to. We cannot face disease, much less face those who suffer from it. But what's left of the human once laid out on the operating table, dreading terrible news or anticipating the end? Something moving, feeling, loving. The heart that beats.
Description: Temporary landscape; visual and sonic messages; blended; the city. Part of the "New Spaces" project, the movie is an exploration of the landscapes and sounds of Hong Kong, seeking its identity between the old China and the new.
Description: Jago says the storyline of an 80 year old sea nomad named Rohani who has spent his life plying the waters of South East Asia’s Coral Triangle. The storyline is said entirely from Rohani’s perspective, vs the spectacular backdrop of the Togian Islands, and recreates happenings that capture the turning points in his life, as a hunter and as a man. We were able to bring Rohani’s past experiences to life by working closely with his family and mates in the village where he grew up. These are the folks you see representing Rohani in the movie at different stages in his life. Storyline saying is a large part of Bajau culture, and a method of preserving traditions through generations, so everyone was very enthusiastic about what we were trying to do and brought lots of concepts of their own, especially Rohani. Although he had never had a camera pointed at him, it certainly wasn’t the first time he’d sat around saying stories. We were just lucky that he allow us capture it on film.
Description: Resorting to the photos that create up three quarters of the last century, Jean-Louis Comolli chose movies that crossed his path fifty years ago, discovering his own history of cinema, and particularly the documentary cinema. Visual score orchestrated by a voice off (his) which lists subject that are necessary to him - the zone of the viewer, the fiction in the documentary, the impact of technical progress on the artistic field ... -, the movie weaves unpredictable wires between the excerpts .
Description: Life Under the Horseshoe is a fun, entertaining and historical look at Spring City, Utah's only live FM scene radio show. The movie teaches us a tiny about history while taking us back to the golden age of radio. The documentary interviews Tag and Vicki Allen, the present hosts while learning more about their interesting, but opposite family history. The movie also highlights the historical Win Hall, a one-hundred-year-old restored vaudeville theater on Main Street, and "Spit & Whittle" Avenue, where Charlie (1885-1936), son of Simon Beck, had a bench the girls of the city named the "Bummer's Bench." The boys claimed it was where necessary community happenings were discussed and decisions made. Simon's son Charlie, paralyzed at an early age, presided at the bench providing tip and wisdom to all comers.
Description: Your Job In Germany is a short movie made for the United States Fight Department in 1945 just before Win in Europe Day (VE). It was shown to US troops about to go on occupation duty in Germany. The movie was made by the military movie unit commanded by Frank Capra and was written by Theodor Geisel, better known by his pen name Dr. Seuss.
Description: “It’s not my memory of it” is a documentary about secrecy, memory, and documents. A former CIA source recounts his disappearance through shredded classified documents that were painstakingly reassembled by radical fundamentalist students in Iran in 1979 following the takeover of the U.S embassy. A CIA film—recorded in 1974 but unacknowledged until 1992—documents the burial at sea of six Soviet sailors, in a ceremony which collapses Cold Fight antagonisms in a moment of death and honor. A single photograph pertaining to a publicly acknowledged but top secret U.S. missile strike in Yemen in 2002 is the source of a reflection on the role of photos in the dynamic of knowing and not knowing.
Description: “The Glass System, made from photos shot in Fresh York and Calcutta, looks at life as it is played out in the streets. Each corner turned reveals activities both easy and unfamiliar: a knife sharpener on a bicycle; a small tightrope walker; a boy selling watches in front of a department shop on Fifth Avenue; a hauntingly slow portrait of the darting eyes of schoolgirls on their method home; the uncompleted activities of a young contortionist. The sound in the movie (which is from a Bengali primer written by British missionaries) is a meditation on how the English language teaches concepts about culture which are often incongruous. The disjunction between what you hear and what you see evokes reflections about the impact of globalization and the hegemony of Western-style capitalism.” - ML
Description: This was made back when Episode III had just come out in theaters. ; The infamous “nooo” moment was so terrible, we couldn’t support but create an almost 20 minute documentary about it.
Description: Two children from one of the toughest ghettos in Puerto Rico were filmed during 5 years fighting their method out of poverty and violence using their hands in the boxing ring.
Description: A portrait of North Kolkata (Calcutta), this movie searches the roads for the ebb and flow of humanity and reflects the changing landscape of a town at once medieval and modern. -Mark Toscano
Description: The comings and goings of the late underground filmmaker, Curt McDowell—and the folks and activities that came and went along with him—are the themes that run through this existential diary of everyday life. McDowell was dying from AIDS-related illnesses during the production of the diary. “An elegy for McDowell, the videowork captures Kuchar’s mournful remembrances of his long-lasting friendship with the young filmmaker. But it also has the inquisitive charm, perverse humor, and quirky candor that territories Kuchar’s visual expressions in a gritty niche all their own.” —Steve Seid, George Kuchar in Person (Berkeley: Pacific Movie Archives, 1988)
Description: Ju/'hoan girls often share an intimate sociability and spend many hours together discussing their lives, enjoying every other's company and children. In this short film, Ju/'hoan girls rest, talk and nurse their babies while lying in the shade of a baobab tree. This movie is a nice illustration of "collective mothering" in which few girls help every another and share the nurturing role.
Description: This movie depicts a moment of flirtation between N!ai, the young wife of /Gunda, and her great-uncle /Ti!kay. The two share a "joking relationship," a Ju/'hoan kin relationship which provides occasions for casual intimacy, emotional release, and support.
Description: This RKO-Pathe short movie produced with the assistance of the United States Air Force is about the construction of the DEW Line, the Distant Early Warming System, a string of radar stations built across Alaska and the Canadian north as part of NORAD, the North American Air Defense Command. These are isolated outposts, many of which are only available by air. Buildings, streets and landing strips had to be built from scratch. There's a visit to Barrow Village, Alaska the most northern mission of US territory.
Description: Autumn, photographed during the last months of the drought year, 2015, is a stately, but intimate, seasonal tome, a celebration of the poignancy and mystery of our soon years. – Nathaniel Dorsky
Description: This year our mid-summer’s night was adorned with a glorious full moon. The weeks and days preceding the solstice were magically alive with crisp, cool breezes, bright, warm sunlight, and a general sense of heartbreaking clarity. The Dreamer is born out of this most poignant San Francisco spring.
Description: Elvis: The Finished Storyline is a special look at all 33 detail movies made by the one and only ‘King of Rock and Roll’. The familiar history takes on a fresh and vibrant feel as the words and thoughts of Elvis tutorial you through his meteoric rise to worldwide fame. From his dirt-poor childhood in the rural south, to his gift to the globe of a fresh type of music. We ride the souped up Cadillac of success from the backroads of Memphis to the gold paved roads of Hollywood. Movie Clips and scenes from his pictures highlight Presley’s rise to fame and deliever a look at the true Elvis behind the mask of the superstar.
Description: During the 1980s Russia fought a disastrous fight in Afghanistan. Here we offer the definitive documentary on the war, and ask if there are any lessons to be learnt from the Soviet experience. The 40 minute movie contains combat missions with the Spetsnaz elite units, never before filmed by a Western crew. It also shows helicopter gunship pilots from a Kabul-based Air Assault Unit flying missions, the patrolling of the Salang mountain pass and the military hospital in Kabul. Soviet General Lev Serebrov referred to the making of the movie as "An experiment in glasnost".
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Although this is a documentary about the world's best scientific undertaking, there's no need for those who've abandoned hope of understanding physics or another advanced sciences to roll their eyes and transport on. This one is less about the abstract principles and obscure questions motivating thousands of scientists and variety of governments to collaborate on the heavy European nuclear facility CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) than about the private and human factors behind it.The script offers some degree of Physics for Dummies (present company included), in trying to explain the basics of what we know about subatomic particles, and what proving there's such a thing as the Higgs boson should mean about the nature of existence. The so-called "God Particle" was posited as the reason atoms accumulate to form all matter, including life as we know it, in the universe. Supposedly, learning not only that it exists, but what it weighs should either help arguments for some sort of clever or symmetrical design, or a cosmic randomness that might pervade through innumerable parallel universes.But before you doze off, remember this is mainly about the folks behind the curtain. We learn about their dreams and motives. We even share in many of their lighter moments, along with the suspense of whether this heavy undertaking would even work, what it would support us understand, and where any effects might lead academic endeavors in multiple disciplines for generations to come. It's less scientifically informative, or slickly produced, than the fresh incarnation of Cosmos that's been running on few TV networks. But it's more intimate in showing relatable emotions among the brainiacs who've devoted years of their lives to this highly speculative venture.Perhaps the greatest detail of the movie is its clarity about the underlying difference between science and another human pursuits like religion or politics. Everyone at CERN was seeking objective, provable answers, even if they unraveled their own beliefs. And all were dedicated to the point with absolutely no concept of what commercial uses, if any, their outcomes might engender. It's the purity of human curiosity at its finest. Learning for its own sake. No one at NASA expected the zone race to leave us with Tang and another similar products. Time will say on the practical apps and cultural developments we'll obtain from the labors of these scholars. For now, it's reassuring to know they've got a zone to search the answers.
The Huge Hadron Collider is a large experimental apparatus, conceived in an attempt to explore the fundamental particles that create up the universe. This documentary about it is relatively light on the physics: in concentrates on the hopes of some of the scientists working on it, conveying their innate excitement for their topics rather than the technical features of how and why. But it does convey some of the reasons why this work is (at least theoretically) important: the Higgs Bosun, the previously elusive particle that was goal number one for the LHC, is central to modern physical models of the universe; and moreover, determining its mass would support us select between two broader theories: one is which the universe exists in a state of excellent symmetry, and the another in which it is just one of a large array of universes, every with their own peculiar properties. And I think the documentary succeeds in inducing its audience to share these concerns. How this relates to the globe as we perceive it on a everyday basis is very unclear; but the urge to understand is something very fundamental in our humanity, and 'Particle Fever' conveys this well.
This is one of the two or three greatest documentaries I've ever seen. We were so lucky to see an advance screening at our film preview club.It's difficult to trust that a documentary about particle physics and the Hadron collider should be dramatic, suspenseful, even thrilling. It's just as difficult to create the topics matter - the creation and operation of a large facility in Switzerland for the purpose of colliding sub-atomic particles at nice speed to find for clues about the universe - both intelligible and accessible. Yet this movie has brilliantly done both.Accessibility is achieved partly through clear explanations from particle physicist (and co-producer) David Kaplan and another theoretical physicists, and few experimental physicists who work at the collider. Even more compelling are the clear, beautiful, and simple-to-understand graphics that accompany these explanations. Indeed, the nice graphics start right from the opening credits. All this is enhanced by the editing of multi-Oscar-winner Walter Murch.The drama comes from the efforts of the experimentalists to prove the theorists' concepts real - especially the existence of the "Higgs boson," the crucial particle of modern physics. The drama is enhanced by presenting a pleasant cast of surprisingly normal, friendly (and, of course, super-smart) physicists who have powerful rooting interests in the outcome the method some of us might root for a sports squad - but with so much more at stake. There's even tension (albeit friendly) between the "multi-universe" and "dual symmetry" camps. Watch this movie and you'll understand these phrases and so much more. I learned more than I ever thought I could. And in the most pleasant, enthusiastic, available method possible.
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