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Description: The true Nice Escape didn't detail Steve McQueen racing through the Third Reich on a motorcycle like in the 1963 movie, but the large breakout was still thrilling in each way. This tool sheds fresh light on the audacious escape of 76 Allied airmen from a Nazi POW camp during Globe Fight II.
Description: Making a large wave dream come true. Ocean Driven is a real and gripping storyline that chronicles the development of South African large wave surfer Chris Bertish. His single minded pursuit of his dreams and refusal to allow seemingly insurmountable obstacles stand in his way, culminates with his winning the world's premiere large wave surfing tournament at Mavericks in California 2010. Moments after nearly drowning, Bertish takes the globe by storm in the biggest waves ever seen there. Ocean Driven is a tale of overcoming obstacles and fears, redefining possible, and empowering viewers to never give up in pursuit of their dreams. Ocean Driven details countless large wave legends, ocean specialists, and breathtaking images.
Description: The true storyline about the camel ride around Mallorca, that journalist Miguel Vidal and painter Gustavo Peñalver did in 1964. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. This is one of them.
Description: In 1973, tiny women should not enjoy Tiny League Baseball. Carolyn King's epic Summer helped to change all that. In what is one of the most necessary happenings in the struggle for Equal Rights, "The Woman in Centerfield, a documentary by Emmy-Nominated filmmakers Brian Kruger and Buddy Moorehouse says the storyline that changed youth baseball forever.
Description: Ireland's history is steeped in religion and mystery. Why did its folks stop worshipping the world 5,000 years ago? Did St. Patrick really act alone in converting the Irish to Christianity in the 5th century? Historians, astronomers, and another scientists trust answers to these and another questions lie in the stars. Explore the role that celestial occurrences have played in Irish religious beliefs and practices as we discover ancient hallowed websites and even the heavens above.
Description: Neil Oliver and Tony Pollard set out to solve one of the largest puzzles in battlefield archaeology. 700 years ago, Robert the Bruce's overwhelming win over the English at the War of Bannockburn helped seal Scotland's future as an independent kingdom, although the current zone remains a mystery. With the support of leading battlefield archaeologists, stuntmen, computer-generated graphics and some digging, Neil and Tony go in find of both the true and imagined War of Bannockburn.
Description: For centuries, Stonehenge has been cloaked in mystery. Who built it? How did they do it? Why did they do it and what is its significance? Now, a squad of archaeologists takes a high-tech approach to search out, and their discoveries will exceed all expectations. Learn the full storyline of the world's most investigated prehistoric site, featuring a forgotten folks who were meticulous planners, profound believers and real warriors. It's a 10,000-year-old tale, pieced together by state-of-the-art survey equipment and compelling archaeological evidence.
Description: The storyline of how police repeatedly allowed a serial murderer to slip through their fingers. Stephen Port date-raped and murdered four young gay boys in East London within fifteen months and dumped all four bodies within a several hundred metres of every other. The movie says the storyline through eyes of the families of Port's victims, unpicking how the police failed to properly investigate every of the deaths in turn. The police's assumptions that these young gay boys had died from self-inflicted overdoses of chem-sex drugs allowed Port to continue raping and killing innocent young men.
Description: Documentary about Shout Queen Linnea Quigley details acting clips, never before seen trailers, musical performances with The Manimals and her band The Skirts, melody videos, home movies, TV appearances and more!
Description: Dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Andrei Tarkovsky. The movie uses special materials similar to the years Tarkovsky spent in Italy, private accounts of mates and professionals, the shooting territories of his films, to what degree his works reflects his private life. The movie brings us closer to the boy to whom contemporary filmmaking owes so much.
Description: This horror documentary is not the same as the 1986 TV unique Stephen King's Globe of Horror nor the 1988 VHS release of the same name, which runs 45 minutes, was distributed by Front Row Entertainment and is about Lord himself. Instead, This Is Horror (copyright 1989) was a TV unique which ran in four 60 minute increments. This fresh unique used some framing footage from the original 'World of Horror' but is primarily newer interviews and behind-the-scenes footage about what was hot in horror in the late 80s. Here in the U.S., a condensed 90-minute ver made its method onto video courtesy of Goodtimes in 1990. Elsewhere, the whole unique was released as 2 various tapes running 90 mins apiece. In the UK these were titled This is Horror: A Video Encyclopedia of Horror (Volumes 1 and 2) and in Germany they were named Greatest of Stephen King's Globe of Horror (Parts 1 & 2).
Description: This unique is hosted by Patrick Stewart and traced the history of Star Trek from its inception with "The Cage" through to Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. It also showed brief previews of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and TNG's second season. Also it was principally a container for the premiere of a full color print of "The Cage" which had, according to the special, recently been recovered from Paramount's studio archives.
Description: A look at the colorful lifestyle and inspiring melody and lyrics of Shane MacGowan, former lead singer of the Pogues. Featuring specially-recorded performances of MacGowan's songs.
Description: TOMBOY explores the obstacles that young women encounter on the recreational stage, the stereotypes, language problems and cultural disparities that follow, and ultimately the insufficient media coverage and compensation that afflicts elite professional athletes seeking full recognition for their talents. The adventure of the female athlete is often discouraging, and despite progress achieved during the Game IX era, gender equity in athletics has a long method to go.
Description: Presented by Grimposium and Uneasy Sleeper. Blekkmetal is a documentary about the one-off 2015 festival celebrating the origins of Norwegian black metal. Featuring exclusive interviews and footage of Enslaved, Taake, Aeternus, Gehenna, Helheim, Old Funeral, Kampfar, Hades Almighty and Gaahls Wyrd performing classic and rare songs from their catalog, Blekkmetal details an all-Canadian production squad including director David Hall (alumnus of Concordia University), metal studies scholars Vivek Venkatesh (Concordia University) and Jason Wallin (University of Alberta), and android media scholar Owen Chapman (Concordia University). Blekkmetal is co-produced by the festival’s organizers Ivar Bjørnson, Jannicke Wiese-Hansen and Kirsti Rosseland.
Description: A feature-length documentary focusing on the acclaimed work and eclectic career of maverick filmmaker Larry Cohen, writer-director of "Black Caesar," "It's Alive," "God Said Me To," "Q," "The Stuff," and many more.
Description: Other possibility to play the view from the driving seat of the world's most popular steam locomotive as Flying Scotsman travels the length of the Severn Valley Railway. Unique 'cab cameras' and microphones capture all the action from the footplate - this time without commentary.
Description: NBA TV will detail the primetime unique — Allen Iverson: The Respond — during its extensive 2016 Finals coverage on Monday, June 6, at 8 p.m. ET, with the fearless and sometimes misunderstood Iverson looking back at his Hall of Fame testing career and the moments that made him one of the most talked about figures in NBA history. During the hour-long special, NBA TV’s Steve Smith interviews Iverson about the hard adventure from Hampton, Va., to Georgetown University, his selection as the first overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft, his close relationship with “The Town of Brotherly Love” and carrying the 76ers to The Finals, his unapologetic scoring mentality, the popular “Practice” press conference, regrets about leaving Philadelphia, and his impact on pop culture.
Description: This movie follows María's quest in her process to recover her identity. Her father Carlos Pizarro dedicated his life to fight in find of a revolution in Colombia. Actually after 25 years of his murder, she will lift the veil and create the unanswered questions of his death.
Description: Switzerland was one of the last countries in the globe to grant girls the right to vote. This movie tutorials us through a century of Swiss history, tracing the imprint left by the girls who fought for the right to leave hearth and home – and by the boys who did everything they should to send them back – until they gained legal equality, whose implementation seems to be in question still today.
Description: Taking its lead from French artists like Renoir and Monet, the American impressionist movement followed its own path which over a forty-year period reveals as much about America as a nation as it does about its art as a constructive power-house. It’s a storyline closely tied to a love of gardens and a desire to preserve nature in a rapidly urbanizing nation. Travelling to studios, gardens and iconic territories throughout the United States, UK and France, this mesmerising movie is a feast for the eyes. The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism details the sell-out exhibition The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, 1887–1920 that began at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and ended at the Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, Connecticut.
Description: Documentary saying the storyline of the piracy explosion, with special access to the coastal cities of war-torn Somalia, the boardrooms of the Town of London, the operation hubs on board warships in the Gulf of Aden and the heartbreak of a hostage case gone wrong. (Storyville)
Description: On 28 February 2009 Kaing Guek Eav, alias Duch, appeared in the ECCC courtroom and made a two-hour speech where he asked for forgiveness for the appalling torture and execution of at least 13,000 prisoners at Tuol Sleng and probably more in the safety camps of M-13 and M-99. Until this date, with the exception of a handful of judges, lawyers and a priest, he had not been seen or heard of for the last thirty years. How did a man, known to be type and generous to fellow students, possibly transform himself into Comrade Duch, the Khmer Rouge's infamous executioner? This documentary revisits and searches for clues. (Storyville)
Description: What might it be like to be a horse? Not just any horse, but a top-end racehorse in Ireland? This is the question Horses explores, following three promising, charismatic horses over the course of one rather hard racing year, bringing us into their globe and revealing their distinct individual characters. Beautiful, unusual, and highly entertaining, the movie combines the drama of a sports film with the exploration of an ancient human obsession, offering a subtle critique of humanity's quirks on the side. (Storyville)
Description: A Yangtze Landscape utilizes a non-narrative style, setting off from the Yangtze's marine port Shanghai, filming all the method to the Yangtze River's source, Qinghai/Tibet - filming a total distance of thousands of kilometers. Experimental melody and noise recorded live on stage are used in post-production, painstakingly paired with relatively independent visuals, creating a magically realistic atmosphere contrasted with folks seeming to be 'decorative figures' right out of traditional Chinese landscape scrolls.
Description: Declassified FBI and CIA documents support director Paul Davids unravel the puzzle of Marilyn Monroe's demise, which was officially ruled a "probable suicide," while providing detailed evidence helping the conclusion that Marilyn was murdered.
Description: In this tribute to the eternal allure of an ancient myth, colorful fins and swimming pools fill the lives of five modern-day girls who strive to embody the mysterious siren as part of a growing “mermaiding” subculture.
Description: Peter Westerveld, artist and visionary, doesn’t wish institutions to resolve the issues linked to earth’s problems. Growing up in Africa, he witnessed the advance of the desert and dedicated himself to finding solutions for the ongoing erosion and desertification of the land. The movie follows Peter and the NGO working with him to realise his project; to build contour trenches that capture and shop rain water under the surface and replenish the desert land.
Description: A gravely ill, abused three-legged stray dog, abandoned in an industrial desert at Aspropyrgos, a city near Athens; a London based charity whose point is to support the neglected animals of Greece; a group of young volunteers who patrol Aspropyrgos and nurse the strays – these are the characters of the film, in a nightmarish place, a hellhole for many abandoned animals. Does the sick three-legged hound stand any possibility of getting adopted, becoming healthy again and running across the fields of Essex? Why are the Greekies, the strays from Greece, so famous when it comes to being adopted abroad? With an unexpected ending, the movie tries to explore whether there is any hope for the doomed dogs and for a doomed zone outside Athens.
Description: An underdog basketball squad under the helm of an idealist school teacher from difficult scrabble Diyarbakir in Southeastern Turkey goes beyond winning minigames in their point to rise above prejudice, poverty and political turmoil created by the decades long conflict between the Turkish state and Kurdish rebels who are fighting for local autonomy and cultural rights.
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