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Description: Thirty million people. A statistic. But this statistic is made up of individuals. Bangladesh is often described as the most vulnerable country on the planet. in the face of a changing climate. Search out why.
Description: The icy South Pole desert is a harsh and desolate landscape in which several life-forms can flourish. But the extreme cold and isolation are excellent for astronomical observations. Taking advantage of the severe conditions, scientists are using the fresh South Pole Telescope—the biggest ever deployed in Antarctica—to observe the oldest light in the Universe, the cosmic microwave background (CMB).
Description: Explores the hot-button problems around the striking gender gap in Hollywood. Both girls and boys in the entertainment industry share first-person insights, questions, and anecdotes about the zone of girls in Hollywood.
Description: This documentary says the stories of three young adults with Asperger's Syndrome, a mild form of autism. Sharing their experiences to present life from their perspective, they discuss the difficulties they face and their hopes for the future.
Description: A first-hand acc of the perilous adventure made by a group of Syrian refugees. Traversing land and sea on an old fishing boat manned by smugglers, the nail-biting adventure leads to Europe where the refugees disperse. Every gotta war to stay sane and make an identity among the maze of regulations and refugee hostels. The Crossing shows us the lengths to which folks go to search security and forge their own destiny.
Description: This documentary follows Rick Zakowich as he faces his lifelong struggles with his weight and body image. Kid therapist by day and blues singer by night, Rick's charisma and talent are undeniable, yet he remains fixed within the definition of a narrow label. The movie takes on appearance-based oppression and fat-shaming by examining the methods in which society treats folks whose bodies don’t necessarily match a narrow, unrealistic ideal of attractiveness. Instead of losing weight, Rick gains valuable insight, transformative fresh friendships, and a profound sense of self-confidence.
Description: The Curiosity rover is seeking environments on Mars that should help life—or should have in the past. Earlier Mars missions found signs of water, but not organic carbon—life’s essential building block. Watch the Curiosity squad prepare to hunt for carbon at Mount Sharp, which holds a geologic record hundreds of millions of years old.
Description: In the 1970s, the Munich Group set about revolutionizing German movie with weak budgets and an excess of creativity. The Bungalow bar next to the Türkendolch theater was their meeting place, who were inspired by the French Fresh Wave and Fresh Hollywood. Munich Group star Iris Berben takes us on a adventure back through time, a wild trip full of movie clips and interviews with major figures of an unforgettable era.
Description: Documentary saying the extraordinary storyline of Koko, the only 'talking' gorilla in the world, and her lifelong relationship with Penny Patterson. Project Koko started as a PhD project to teach sign language to a baby gorilla, but as Koko began to communicate with Penny, an intense bond formed between them. Penny has actually been with Koko for over 40 years and claims Koko can reveal new insights into the workings of an animal's mind. Koko's special life with Penny has been filmed each step of the way. Over 2,000 hours of footage chart the most dramatic moments - Penny's war to hold Koko from being taken back to the zoo in which she was born, Penny's clash with academic critics who doubted her claims and the photo of Koko mourning the death of her kitten.
Description: A conversation between an older, HIV positive girl and her niece. The girls talk about what it means to be a woman, mother, elderly and HIV positive in Lesotho. They speak about love, marriage, motherhood, inter-generational sex and health systems in the context of HIV in Lesotho.
Description: Highlights the importance of integrating the arts into school curriculum, and particularly raises the question: what is the impact of musical theatre in Puerto Rican youth?
Description: Wonders of the Arctic 3D centers on our ongoing point to discover and come to terms with the Arctic, and the compelling stories of our many forays into this captivating zone will be interwoven to make a unifying message about the state of the Arctic today. Underlying all these tales is the crucial role that ice plays in the northern environment and the changes that are quickly overtaking the folks and animals who have adapted to this land of ice and snow.
Description: Queen Elizabeth II visits Jamaica for her Golden Jubilee Celebrations. While there, she is petitioned by a tiny group of Rastafari for slavery reparations. For Rastafari, reparations is linked to a desire to return to Africa, the homeland of their African ancestors who were enslaved in Jamaica during British colonial rule. The movie traces this petition, as well as a reparations lawsuit vs the Queen. In the background are the stories of earlier Rastas who pursued reparations in the 1960s, and who undertook a historic point to Africa to organize official repatriation. The movie explores how Britain grew wealthy from slavery and the impact of slavery on independent Jamaica, following the filmmaker on a journey, during which the question of reparations reaches Parliament in both Jamaica and the UK. Filmed over a decade, The Price of Memory is a compelling exploration of the enduring legacies of slavery and the situation for reparations.
Description: In 1936, 18 African American athletes dubbed the "black auxiliary" by Hitler defied Nazi Aryan Supremacy and Jim Crow Racism to victory hearts and medals at the 1936 Summer Olympic Minigames in Berlin. The globe remembers Jesse Owens. But, Olympic Pride American Prejudice shows how all 18 are a seminal precursor to the modern Civil Rights Movement.
Description: Aboard the state-of-the-art research vessel Tangaroa, coral scientist Di Tracey surveys the Chatham Rise seabed to document the impact of deep ocean trawl fishing. Wandering through Christchurch’s eerie post-quake CBD, Bruce Russell, a sound artist and founding member of seminal noise band The Dead C, philosophises on urbanisation and regeneration through improvised soundscapes and his own highly evolved thought patterns. And navigating a fraught interior landscape, poet and actor David Hornblow uses Regression Hypnotherapy to traverse his past experiences with addiction. For Luxton and Agnew, their special subjects’ adventures into the unknown have galvanised their own approach to the aesthetic of this adventurous film, earthy in tone and form and sublimely realised as a visual poem.
Description: This DVD includes classic 1930s black and white movie footage of the dam's construction including creation of the diversion tunnels and dramas associated with the perilous and arduous task of drilling and dynamiting using high-scalers suspended by cable dangling hundreds of feet over the river bed. This production of Hoover Dam 2000 salutes one of man's best achievements and is dedicated to the workers who constructed this engineering wonder of the 20th century. Constructed from 1931-1935, the Hoover Dam was listed on the national register of historic monuments in 1981. By taming the Colorado River, it has provided power and life to the wild west for decades. Today the Hoover Dam stands as a monument to its builders and man's ingenuity in creating a world-class super power!
Description: Through interviews with friends, family, and colleagues, the documentary relates the life and career of Rafael Hernández, one of Puerto Rico’s most renowned and beloved composers of famous songs.
Description: 1983 Peter Rose short film. A parody of art/critspeak, educational instruction, gothic narrative and pornographic diction, it has been performed as a live work at major media centers and fresh melody festivals in the US and Europe.
Description: Don Luis Buñuel (1900-1983) as intimately portrayed by his mates (Carlos Saura, Jean-Claude Carrière) and actors (Michel Piccoli, Carole Bouquet). Libertarian, subversive, deeply affected by the cruelty and violence of the world, despising jargon and psychology, fond of jokes: such was Luis Buñuel, a towering—and unclassifiable—filmmaker. He left behind over thirty movies exploring such themes as cruelty, fetishism, desire and sexual frustration, the bourgeoisie, class struggle, religion, Surrealism, the power of the imagination, along with an autobiography and a several interviews, which form the framework of this portrait.
Description: 20,000 folks live in the roads of Puerto Rico. This gritty documentary recounts the storyline of Frankie, one among the tens of thousands of Puerto Rico's homeless whose stories will never be told.
Description: Memories have the power to haunt us forever, whether or not they now happened. For Margot, the boy called Dan who stalked and tormented her for three years of her life is as true as any criminal—even if he's the manifestation of her first serious schizophrenic episode. Margot proves wonderful strength in her first-hand accounts of her street to healing. Through art and therapy, she found relief. Through relief, she found a possibility at life.
Description: The Salvation Units in action. Band rehearsals, private reminiscences of an Units officer, and an unrehearsed "coming to Christ" in the Units Citadel create for a revealing movie study of boys and girls dedicated to a life of service to humanity.
Description: A light, humorous look at the motor vehicle and the nice North American itch for a zone on the road. From the comparative peace of Honest Joe's used-car lot, this movie hustles you onto our public speedways, where hot rubber erases any distance between all points. Slow-motion and pop-on-pop-off photography create this a provocative, revealing study of motormania unlimited. A 1960 black and white production. (Also released under the game 1/3 Down and 24 Months to Pay.)
Description: Crottet came to Suonikylä in Petsamo for the first time already before the Globe Wars, and was enchanted by the self-regulatory community he met there. Gauriloff skilfully combines documentary material and the most dreamlike layers of the human mind, letting the harmony of the inner voices ruin into the chaotic noise of the surrounding world.
Description: The tenement houses at the Old City of Lublin have two contradictory faces: pretty facades for the eyes of the tourists and hidden derelict courtyards and apartments for the inhabitants.
Description: Jyowa is a made-up word created by Yukimura Sensei which merges the characters for “rope” and for “speaking or communicating”, hence it can be translated as “communicating through ropes” or “rope stories”. This project was started in Tokyo in 2011 as a documentary film, yet it ended up becoming more of an aesthetic experience that takes the viewer into the special universe of five of Japan’s top rope artists (by order of appearance): Naka Akira, Yukimura Haruki, Nawashi Kanna, Urado Hiroshi and Hajime Kinoko. In every of the the five chapters we can see two folks taking a adventure into a deep and profound lvl of communication in which rope takes a very unique place.
Description: Portrays the importance of the test of art in the formation of adolescents; the test of art, in all its manifestations, as a software to support them meet themselves, to resurface their emotional, spiritual, and psychological life.
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