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Description: In 1943, a village in the Sverdlovsk region of Russia was one of the centers of formation of the Ural volunteer tank corps. The school № 30 was called after this corps. In 2014, schoolchildren prepare for the anniversary of the win in the Nice Patriotic War. Following today’s youngsters in the village, the camera speaks volumes about the mentality that has been passing down from generation to generation for the last 70 years and about the dark side of patriotism.
Description: A strong and moving documentary about a girl with spina bifida, who is dying of cancer. Her mates admit she can be a hard person at times and there are emotional problems between her and her family which gotta be resolved. Yet despite the seriousness of this subject, what are also shown are some of the transcendent qualities of the human spirit which emerge during a time of trial.
Description: A documentary about the Rio de Janeiro police killings praticed as so-called "self-defense acts". The movie follows folks who deal with those deaths in their everyday lives, showing how Brazil's Federal Government deals with these cases, from the police investigations to the courtrooms.
Description: Commissioned by the BBC & BFI, CLASH is a short experimental documentary critiquing Britain's obsession with period dramas, and how they erase the diverse reality of Britain today. This movie - part parody, part candid interview - is a response to Humphrey Jennings' 1942 'LISTEN TO BRITAIN', a documentary used to propel a myth of national unity. CLASH, through the perspectives of underrepresented queer folks of colour, critiques the myths we still say ourselves on screen. Through candid interviews and staged period-drama sequences with our topics - involving a hobby horse race in East London - our movie explores the problems surrounding nostalgic heritage cinema, and how it erases the diverse landscape of Britain today.
Description: Between 1980 and 2003, Courant registered the annual reconstruction of the Via Crucis in Burzet, a lost city in Ardeche, where the locals dress up each Holy Friday to celebrate and pursue this religious tradition that began centuries ago.
Description: At the beginning of time, giants created the mountains and deep forests that surround the tiny city of Ydre. It’s actually one of Sweden’s smallest municipality, and has a population of just a several thousand, which is carefully looked after by the friendly and idealistic mayor. He is ready with bonuses and large smiles each time a kid is born and he can note that Ydre has a fresh inhabitant. In the meantime, youths and elderly folks are working and living their lives. It’s a cinematic movie about responsibility, love for the community and sense of belonging said with an anchored humor about ordinary enlightened moments of daily on-going life. Creation myths, fables and daily realism are mixed with understated comedy in an atmospheric and moving film.
Description: Psychologist and professor Jordan Peterson has come to fame over the last year. But many of those who found him through his criticisms of political correctness are telling they have discovered one of the world's most significant thinkers.
Description: Kogonada’s video essay showcases the similarities of the multiple movies Yasujiro Ozu made in his lifetime. Ozu created a category of his own – a method of filmmaking that was cultivated and nourished throughout Ozu’s career as a filmmaker.
Description: A portrait of American recidivism produced over a span of two years, Revolving Doors follows Jason, who, despite attempts to retain meaningful employment, fails and returns to prison, devastating his family.
Description: In order to rectify the terrible bus accessibility at Slussen station, the town council, as per the municipal board’s recommendation, erects so-called ‘bus traps’ on the street.
Description: Given the fetishizing and normalizing hero that is given to motherhood in patriarchy in order to perpetuate the social order, do we truly select to be mothers? Why is care, of fundamental vital labor, presupposed as an especially appropriate task for women?
Description: An interview with creator and journalist Claudia Roth Pierpont on the significance of Girl of the Year (George Stevens, 1942) on actor Katharine Hepburn's acting career and the evolution of Hepburn's status as a feminist icon. She cites Hepburn's individuality in an era that adhered to rigid sexual roles and Hepburn's commitment to portraying powerful girls and constant need to reinvent herself to maintain her viability as an actress. Pierpont also reveals Girl of the Year mirrored the life of reporter Dorothy Thompson, and discusses two reasons why the film's ending was ultimately changed.
Description: Holiday slides are as much the butt of jokes as airline food, VCR clocks, and glamour shots. Americana artist Robert Townsend would disagree. With an interest in vernacular photography—in which amateur photographers shoot daily images—Robert finds some holiday slides and becomes creatively smitten with one lady who appears in numerous photos, whom he thinks has a “superstar quality.” As he immortalizes her globe in paintings that are outsized celebrations of the mid-century era, Townsend finds himself picking up clues and setting upon a quest to learn more about this satisfied mystery girl and her Kodacolor life. It’s a superb and fascinating movie celebrating an incredibly talented artist and his middle-American muse in cat-eye glasses.
Description: An Oregon girl finds an SOS message from a Chinese dissident in a pack of Halloween decorations from Kmart, setting off a chain of happenings that would shut down the whole labor camp system in China and ignite the letter-writer’s risky quest to expose a deadly persecution.
Description: Notorious documentary about pedophilia, composed around a performance of Bach's Hohe Messe by the North Holland Boys' Choir. Central are three pedophile men. One of them was a board member in youth and youth work for many years and thus came into contact with boys. Other portrays men in Norway and the Netherlands and has a lot of success with his work. The fact that pedophilia is often misunderstood and tolerated less is shown by the storyline of the boy who, after he said his environment of his or her nature, is absolutely no longer accepted. Current sexual contact remains a rarity, but a visit to a performance of the Noord-Hollands Jongenskoor offers all three chances for the development of their feelings.
Description: Did you know that girls with endometriosis see an average of 8 doctors for 10 years before they’re diagnosed? During that time, many are forced to abandon dreams of having children, to leave careers they love and to watch their private relationships suffer. They’re regularly said (erroneously) that pregnancy & hysterectomy are cures and that pain is normal or in their heads. It’s time to break that cycle. It’s time for a normal that doesn’t mean multiple doctors, surgeries, misdiagnoses and years of pain. The only movie of its kind, Endo What? gives you an accurate, up-to-date base of knowledge straight from the experts – a vital resource missing until now.
Description: York University alumni Mandi Gray is forced to grapple with a university administration, legal system and police force unwilling to take seriously her report of rape by a fellow PhD student.
Description: What is the reality of everyday life in Gaza, along the border of Israel? Can the religious organization of Hamas, rivals to the PLO, transport from international pariah to meaningful political user with citizens' interests at heart? Developed over two years and with unprecedented access to this 'terrorist' organization, this documentary uncovers the deeper problems defining life in Gaza under Hamas.
Description: Why We’re Here gives fanatics of Rooster Teeth — the studio behind online hits like Red Vs. Blue, RWBY, Achievement Hunter, and more — a rare glimpse at its origins while unearthing over a decade’s worth of never-before-seen archival material.
Description: A month in the country. In summer, a group of mates rent a house in southern France. Folks come and go, making their method through chickens, dogs and cats. Playful sounds and a wacky collage of melody create up the soundtrack.
Description: USA + USSR = USSA. My movie is about blurred boundaries, probably due to my own private history. I was born in Fresh York, to Russian and Czech parents, raised in Brazil and educated in France. As a result, the movie is a cultural cocktail shot on super 8 in Fresh York, Berlin, Milan and Paris.
Description: After seven years of research on world format, scientific experiments carried out by Brazilian researchers at Dakila Research and the Zigurats Technological Center in partnership with specialists from different territories of Brazil and another countries, have shown that the World is not spherical. The evidence is being presented in the detail movie Terra Convexa: The Documentary, accessible in three languages: Portuguese, English and Spanish and published on the sites terraconvexa.com.br and convexearth.org
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Informative pink movie doco that is concerned mostly with the state of pink movies today. Many companies have folded, but there are still a tiny handful filling the hundred screens remaining.Some greats from yesterday such as Koji Wakamatsu and Banmei Takahashi are interviewed about their working ways and special approaches to the craft.Successful contemporary director Kiyoshi Kurosawa discusses his pink movie roots with honesty and an enduring respect for the genre.There are diary-like visits to the set of a pink movie production and numerous visual anecdotes. Today's directors are paid far less than the veterans of the industry and have shooting schedules that verge on impossible.But this tightly focused doco celebrates the passion and ingenuity of filmmakers working in a shrinking, sometimes marginalized genre.Unfortunately, talented practitioners of the superior Violent Pink category (a pink movie sub-strata) such as Yasaharu Hasebe and Koyu Ohara are ignored.Interviews with key users in contemporary pink movie distribution are fascinating.
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