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Description: Explores the sensuous rhythms and movements of the dance style known as the rumba, as demonstrated by the celebrated Havana rumbero Papá Montero. Blending vintage documentary footage with meticulously staged recreations, the dancer's tragic assassination at Carnival is connected with the passing of a cultural era in Cuban life.
Description: Composer Gustav Mahler is the topics of filmmaker Frank Sheffer's two documentaries. In Conducting Mahler, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra and others interpret Mahler's symphonies under the direction of such musical luminaries as Simon Rattle, Bernard Haitink and Riccardo Muti. In I Have Lost Touch with the World, maestro Riccardo Chailly and biographer Henri-Louis de la Grange analyse Mahler's Ninth Symphony.
Description: Revel in the sheer enjoyment of creativity with eccentric artist, engineer and composer Trimpin as he collaborates with the Kronos Quartet, performs different types of sonic experiments, constructs special structures and sculptures and more. In addition to examining Trimpin's constructive process, this revealing documentary also explores the genius's stockpile of self-made instruments, inventions and gizmos.
Description: Famed Swiss architect and artist Robert Maillart was renowned for his concrete bridges; this documentary examines the elegant design of his engineering masterpieces, which, the movie argues, embrace both functionality and aesthetics. Instead of following a traditional journalistic structure, director Heinz Emigholz's spellbinding movie reads more like ethereal visual poetry, allowing the beauty of Maillart's work to speak for itself.
Description: Since their discovery in 1947, the Dead Sea Scrolls have proven to be among the most necessary finds ever, informing mankind of its origins and, since they keep a 2,000-year-old incarnation of the Bible, charting religious and sociological history. Learn how archaeologists found them and how the whole globe reacted to their discovery, and watch a reenactment that purports to trace just how the documents ended up where they did.
Description: Radio legend Casey Kasem presents this collection featuring momentous opportunities in melody history. This installment follows melody icon Elvis Presley, from his beginnings at Sun Records to his last days at Graceland. During this in-depth program, the Lord of Rock 'n' Roll's successful career and flourishing estate since his death in 1977 are explored, and Tom Jones, B.B. King, Sammy Davis Jr. and more share their thoughts.
Description: Released during her 2008 bid for the U.S. presidency, this provocative documentary examines the political foibles of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton through interviews with more than 30 journalists and politicians. Delving into the senator's involvement with the futures market, her Senate race and her Senate record, the movie contains appearances by Dick Morris, Newt Gingrich, Ann Coulter, Robert Novak, Bay Buchanan and more.
Description: In the 1870s Victorian politicians debated the virtues of constructing a 20km-long railway through Melbourne's east, simply to circumvent a privately-owned railway from South Yarra to Flinders Road Station. By 1878 the personal railway had been bought by the Victorian Government and there was no longer a need to build the orbital railway. But greedy politicians pushed legislation through parliament, authorising the construction of the railway through their own personal land holdings. This is the storyline of Melbourne's Outer Circle Railway.
Description: For longboard craftsman Jody Wilcock and former globe winner Claude Regnier, getting older doesn't mean giving up the sport they love. Despite some serious health concerns, disapproving spouses and another setbacks, life will everytime be about skating.
Description: In this chilling documentary about the power of addiction, three mates take their fourth longtime pal Bryant "HairKutt" Johnson to a remote cabin in the Tennessee woods, hoping to force him to kick his heroin habit. The group gotta slash short their trip when HairKutt's body starts to fail without the drug, and after rushing him to a hospital, the mates are dismayed to search that he quickly returns to his old ways.
Description: 'Bicycle' is a 90 minute documentary, asking the question 'why is cycling and the bike back in fashion?' The film, which is directed by BAFTA winning director and keen cyclist Michael B. Clifford, says the storyline of cycling in the land that invented the modern bicycle, its birth, decline and re-birth from Victorian origins to today. The movie weaves bike design, sport and move through the retelling of some iconic stories and details interviews with notable contributors Sir Dave Brailsford, Gary Fisher, Chris Boardman, Ned Boulting, Sir Chris Hoy, Tracy Moseley, Mike Burrows and many more, plus nice archive, animation and music. 'Bicycle' is a humorous, lyrical and warm reflection on the bike and cycling within its zone in the British national psyche.
Description: Invaluable is the feature-length documentary movie about Tom Sullivan, author of the unique make-up results in "The Evil Dead", "Evil Dead II", and "Army of Darkness". This movie includes footage and territories never before seen until actually and details interviews with Bruce Campbell, Scott Spiegel, Josh Becker, Ted Raimi, Hal Delrich, Betsy Baker, Sarah York, Ellen Sandweiss, Tom Sullivan, and many more.
Description: Writer Tom Fort drives the 92-mile length of the A303 in a lovingly-restored Morris Traveller. Along the method he has many journeys - he digs up the 1960s master plan for the A303's dreams of superhighway status; meets up with a Neolithic traveller who knew the street like the back of his hand; gets to know a section of the Roman 303; uncovers a medieval murder mystery; and discovers what lies at the end of the Highway to the Sun.
Description: Back in 1976, microprocessors had a max of 8.5K transistors for 64bits of memory. The Queen of England sent her first email, and Steve Wozniak designed the Apple I. And a post-Star Trek but pre-TJ Hooker William Shatner made this movie for AT&T about the future of microprocessors.
Description: Feast Of Friends, filmed in 1968, was the first and only movie produced about The Doors by The Doors. It offers a cinematic look at The Doors on the street during their summer 68 tour. While never truly completed, the movie provides a stylistic approach in real sixties cinémavérité style. Concert performances are intercut with fly-on-the-wall footage of the group in their natural habitat, sometimes playful, sensitive, chaotic and touching. Another than a several appearances in movie festivals in 1968, an official release would never be seen until now. Fully restored from the original negative, as supervised by Jim Morrison, the movie has been color corrected and cleaned in high definition with the soundtrack fully remixed and remastered by long-time Doors collaborator Bruce Botnick.
Description: This documentary offers a look at the Walt Disney Co.'s revolutionary Animal Kingdom theme park in Orlando, Fla., which presented special challenges to the project's designers in combining theme park rides and live animals in the same environment. The tool details a fascinating backstage glimpse of the park, including its Dinosaur attraction, as well as the Tree of Life and spectacular Expedition Everest and Kilimanjaro Safari.
Description: Beirut, once considered the “Paris of the Middle East,” is actually picking up the pieces from a devastating 15-year civil war. What used to be a thriving port town where a tons of religions and ethnicities should convene in peace has become a land torn apart by factions. Dutch director Jack Janssen’s rich tapestry weaves together few Beirut denizens who have survived their country’s newest troubled past. Though they are all various in their confusion, anger and loss, one strong common thread ties them together: the enchanting, mystical voice of Fairuz. The most popular singer, and arguably the most famous cultural icon, of the Arab world, Fairuz is looked upon as a symbol of unity, hope and beauty. Her songs greet Beirut first thing in the morning on the radio, her voice wafting through prison bars, restaurants, vehicle windows on busy roads and in the dorm rooms of young college students.
Description: Elza comes home to Copacabana. Face to face, in the mirror, she challenges us in a saga that goes beyond time, explosions, quarries, mud, prejudice, persecution, loss. But she’s tough to catch, in a ritual, naked and raw, at the same time, fragile and strong, true and supernatural and like a phoenix she transcends melody and sings gloriously. A movie with the singer, songwriter and actress Elza Soares.
Description: We follow the everyday activities of Mother Teresa and her nuns, in service to the terrible of India and the world. Mother Teresa attends to the primary needs of her nuns and the poor, while at the same time, balances her role as world-recognized leader. Throughout the film, we witness private and "behind-the-scenes" events, including the blessing ceremony of a nun becoming part of Mother Teresa's "Sisters of the Poor" convent.
Description: With just six days remaining before Santa Fe was to be merged with the Burlington Northern, Pentrex set out to do something unique to tag the occasion. It was decided to document these last several days of Santa Fe's independence by capturing the action along the Marceline Subdivision. Starting at Fort Madison, Iowa, we began a trek that took us across the isolated Missouri hills and river valleys toward Kansas City. Experiencing all types of weather, we had our share of both sunshine and rain as we relentlessly sought out image territories along the double-tracked line. Step by step, and day by day, we made our method toward Kansas City, arriving there on the afternoon of Santa Fe's last full day, September 21, 1995.
Description: A documentary on cultural identities, with an emphasis on melody and African religions in Cuba and Pernambuco, Brazil, seen through the eyes of two artists: a Cuban actress and theater director, and a Brazilian “coquista” and holy mother of Pernambuco, every one visiting the country of the other. The movie documents the Festival del Caribe, held annually in Santiago de Cuba, during its thirtieth edition honoring Pernambuco. The town in the Northeast of Brazil had its cultural diversity represented by a delegation of over 150 artists.
Description: In 1988 the Iraqi Ba'ath party murdered and buried 182,000 Kurds in 350 mass graves. Only 10 folks managed to escape. Faraj climbed out from amongst the dead and was taken to the USA by 'Human Rights Watch'. Realizing that several folks were aware of the genocidal 'Anfal' massacres, Faraj formed the 'Iraqi Mass Graves Survivors' group. He returned to Kurdistan where, with four another survivors, he purchased 1001 red apples and cloves and distributed them to families who had lost members. These apples and cloves became symbols of reconciliation and peace.
Description: Puccini Conservato uses a CD, a sound recording of some Puccini melody (from La Bohème). The source of the sound (the loudspeakers) in a continuous hand-held panning (guided by the music), is intercut with shots of flowers or wood-fire, exemplifying the lyricism in Puccini’s music. By being a recording of a recording, the work proclaims the artificiality of the sound. However the beauty and humanity of the melody comes through too.
Description: Self-erecting structures presents the wonderful future of the clever and humane test of artificial intelligence and cybernation as they construct our cities, bridges, tunnels, factories, and more - while protecting the environment.
Description: The Venus Project's video, Welcome To The Future, presents an attainable vision of what our globe should be if we intelligently apply science and technology with environmental and human concern--a future where war, poverty and hunger should be but a distant memory. It advocates surpassing the monetary system by introducing a resource-based economy, in which all of the world's resources are utilized for the common heritage of all people. With the advent of newer technologies, computers, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology; and by nurturing individuality and creativity we should make abundance for everyone; not just a chosen few. It presents future towns (on land and sea), architecture, efficient transportation, clean alternative energy systems, interviews with project founder and director, Jacque Fresco, and much more. It is an in-depth explanation of the direction and aims of The Venus Project.
Description: Roberto Dutesco, Fresh York City's top fashion photographer, captures human beauty everyday. His work graces the covers of everything from Vogue to Victoria's Secret. Since his childhood in Montreal he has carried with him a singular artistic vision. Wild, long-maned dark horses running though white sand dunes. It took him nearly a lifetime to learn where his vision came from. When he discovered Sable Island he became obsessed with the natural beauty of the untouched and unclaimed wild horses. Through his art, and his Manhattan gallery, dedicated solely to the wild horses of Sable Island, Roberto wants to bring help the different organizations dedicated to preserving the beauty of an island untouched.
Description: The movie is a series of interviews with different well-known movie actresses, including Jenny Agutter, Maria Schneider, and Jane Fonda. The title, which is borrowed from a 1958 movie with the same name by Marc Allegret, refers to the sense the actresses have of what is expected of them by the movie industry.
Description: Drawing on rare tv footage of Sir Elton John performing live, this is the definitive retrospective assessment of one of the most dearly beloved solo artists of the last 50 years, showing him in concert, on record and on film.
Description: Actress Virginia Madsen collaborates with her mother Elaine Madsen to produce this documentary, which profiles a collection of fascinating girl between 64 and 94 years old. Among those featured in this extraordinary exploration of womanhood are famed model-turned-actress Lauren Hutton, screen and scene legend Rita Moreno and Hollywood pioneer Eartha Kitt.
Description: Most Christians think they know the truth about the birth of Jesus Christ and the circumstances surrounding his miraculous conception. But how much of what we know is fact -- and how much is commonly misunderstood fiction? This probing look at the Nativity storyline not only contains interviews with authors, religious leaders and another scholars; it also takes viewers to the Holy Land websites where the happenings were told to take place.
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