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Description: John Hankey sets out to establish his opinions as infallible fact. Making long leaps based on the thinnest thread of circumstantial evidence does not create it fact. It makes it one mans opinion. He is an absolute fruitcake with more accusations than evidence. In absence of any true fact do what Hankey does: lie and call it incontrovertible fact.
Description: Skatopia is an Appalachian farm where hardcore skating, punk rock and hillbilly culture collide in one anarchistic, special community. Mad-Max style demolition derbies and spontaneous vehicle burning accompany all-night skate sessions. Pain is a badge of honor. Tony Hawk calls Skatopia a "rite of passage" for hardcore skaters. Skatopia's owner, Brewce Martin, dreamed of a zone where he should live and breathe skating... a zone where folks forget their "outside" lives by plunging into high-energy craziness.
Description: Based on photographs taken on the arrest of political prisoners during the Portuguese dictatorship (1926-1974), this documentary aims to convey the mechanisms by which a dictatorial regime sought to sustain its existence throughout 48 years.
Description: Documentary footage showing the alligator in few stages of growth, from babyhood to a ripe old age; a movie taken at an alligator farm in California. In early 1913 as Thanhouser staff and teams were setting up a facility in Los Angeles, cameraman Carl Louis Gregory was taking documentary footage, from which four “split reel” short topics were created: A MILLION BIRDS, filmed at California pigeon and ostrich farms; LOS ANGELES THE BEAUTIFUL (two various ver with the same title), showing scenic attractions; and SEVEN AGES OF AN ALLIGATOR, filmed at an alligator farm. Released together, HIS UNCLE'S WIVES and SEVEN AGES OF AN ALLIGATOR filled up one 1,000-foot “split reel.” (Fandor)
Description: Amid the nation’s ongoing debate over health care reform, this bracing fresh documentary examines the daily realities of Americans who lack access to affordable medical treatment. Filmed during three days in the operation of a “no-cost” clinic set up annually at Bristol, Tennessee’s NASCAR speedway, Remote Zone Medical documents the range of medical care the eponymous organization provides to low-income patients in the heart of Appalachia.
Description: Photographed through the windshield of a Vancouver town bus and edited according to the rhythms of the bus' windshield wiper, the movie transforms the linear narrative of the bus ride into a temporal construction that can be described as cubist. The result of the cutting tactic on the current temporal organization of the movie is as remarkable as its result on our sense of time.
Description: CNBC takes a behind the scenes look at the Porn Industry and examines challenges facing the industry including censorship and the tournament from gratis online porn. It also looks at the executive and production roles that are actually being filled with girls and interviews pornographic actress Jesse Jane.
Description: This color documentary chronicles the musical concert on Mount Scopus in Israel a mere three weeks after the Six Day War. Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern join the Yoi Yisrael Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel Philharmonic, and the Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir for stirring classical renditions by Mahler and Mendelssohn. The concert was recorded by Columbia records for release at a soon date and accurately captured the live melody in all its classic splendor. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion sits proudly in the front row as the symphonies enjoy to a capacity crowd. Scenes of the war, the Wailing Wall, schools and hospitals are also included as Bernstein and Stern tour the country and meet the folks of Israel.
Description: When Worlds Collide is a highly imaginative exploration of one of the most intriguing epochs in human history: when the "Old World" first encountered the "New World." Travel from Granada in Spain to Machu Picchu in Peru; and from Mexico to Madrid in Spain. When Worlds Collide explores how the collision of these two sophisticated but various worlds led to the birth of an entirely fresh Latino culture.
Description: Esther Robinson's portrait of her uncle Danny Williams, Warhol's onetime lover, collaborator and filmmaker in his own right, offers a exploration of the Factory era, an homage to Williams's talent, a adventure of family discovery and a compelling inquiry into Williams's mysterious disappearance at age 27.
Description: Using rare footage from his own collection as well as interviews and photographs, this documentary profiles Óscar Romero, the Salvadoran priest whose championing of the terrible and downtrodden vs a corrupt government made him a global hero.
Description: What's really going on inside your stomach? In this documentary, Michael Mosley offers up his own guts to search out. Spending the day as an exhibit at the Science Museum in London, he swallows a small camera and uses the recent in imaging technology to receive a special view of his innards digesting his food. He discovers pools of concentrated acid and metres of writhing tubing which is home to its own ecosystem. Michael lays bare the mysteries of the digestive system - and reveals a complexity and intelligence in the human gut that science is only just beginning to uncover.
Description: A documentary about the influences on Tolkien, covering in brief his childhood and how he detested the onslaught of industry through the idyllic countryside, moving on to describe his fighting experience from WWI, and closing with a look at the Finnish inspiration for the scholar's self-invented languages of Elfish. In between are interviews with the cast of the movies and some clips, by far the most from "The Fellowship of the Ring", but a several glimpses of Rohan riders (from "The Two Towers") are provided. Also, there are interviews with a range of the filmmakers.
Description: Hawaii is a zone of contrasts. Born of fire and water. Symbol of this is the Manau Kea, the highest mountain in the world, which rises in the sky of the South Seas with nearly 10,000 meters in height from the bottom of the Pacific. He founded one of the 1916 Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Large Iceland, a Globe Heritage unique type of nowhere one experiences the overwhelming power of nature as instant as here, of all the continents of the world farthest land. Even the underwater scenery of the Hawaiian Islands is characterized by volcanism. Rugged rock formations of cooled lava caves, overhangs and difficult corals characterize the home to nice wildlife. This nice documentary offers wonderful insights into the origin of the Hawaiian Islands as well as nice views of a primeval landscape. Filmed in the greatest true 3D.
Description: In this thought-provoking film, director Paul Perry uses newest research into near-death experiences to respond the question that's plagued humans since the beginning of time: Is there life after death? Through interviews with near-death researchers and accounts from those who've returned from the abyss -- along with situation studies, happening recreations and spiritual artwork -- the movie makes the situation that life continues long after our last breath
Description: As Bob Dylan turns 70, a real portrait of the reclusive "voice of the generation" is revealed through exclusive interviews, and never-before-seen images and movies of Dylan's 50-year career.
Description: Dragon smuggles North Korean defectors across borders for a living, and his recent undercover trip with Sook-Ja and Yong-hee takes an unexpected turn when they are left stranded in China. This is just the begin of an extraordinary 5,000 km journey.
Description: Photos and sounds are spliced together in this adventure to the heart of the political, economic and cultural oppression of the Quebecpeople. A reflection on neo-colonial exploitation and the cancer of alienation. To the very Canadian nulti-culturalism of Trudeau and the métissage of the multinationals, celebrated by the high priests of the dominant ideology, is contrasted the concept of acculturation, even deculturation. A method of resisting as nice as any other.
Description: After an accident that leaves him bedridden for two months, the filmmaker retrieves discard photos he's been collecting for eight years on his computer's difficult drive. With them he develops an intimate and poetic film, consisting of portraits of friends, walks through Barcelona and a trip to his native country, Venezuela, where chaos imposes its aesthetic appeal. A complex and fragmented movie that shows the globe of the filmmaker that sometimes happens to be as absurd and miraculous as a painting by Hieronymus Bosch.
Description: Mother, the film, breaks a 40-year taboo by bringing to light an trouble that silently fuels our biggest environmental, humanitarian and social crises - population growth. Since the 1960s the globe population has nearly doubled, adding more than 3 billion people. At the same time, talking about population has become politically incorrect because of the sensitivity of the problems surrounding the topic- religion, economics, family planning and gender inequality. The movie illustrates both the over consumption and the inequity side of the population trouble by following Beth, a mother, a child-rights activist and the last sibling of a huge American family of twelve, as she discovers the thorny complexities of the population dilemma and highlights a various path to solve it.
Description: Fight on Whistleblowers: Gratis Press and the National Safety State highlights four situations where whistleblowers noticed government wrong-doing and took to the media to expose the fraud and abuse. It exposes the surprisingly worsening and threatening reality for whistleblowers and the press. The movie contains interviews with whistleblowers Michael DeKort, Thomas Drake, Franz Gayl and Thomas Tamm and award-winning journalists like David Carr, Lucy Dalglish, Glenn Greenwald, Seymour Hersh, Michael Isikoff, Bill Keller, Eric Lipton, Jane Mayer, Dana Priest, Tom Vanden Brook and Sharon Weinberger.
Description: Two young Australians decide to go on an journey to become the first to cross Victoria Island unsupported. Alone and high in the Canadian Artic, to tell it doesn't go to plan is an understatement.
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