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Description: The private stories lived by the Uncle, the Father and the Son, respectively, form a tragic experience that is drawn along a line in time. This line is comparable to a crease in the pages of the family album, but also to a crack in the walls of the paternal house. It resembles the launch wound created when drilling into a mountain, but also a scar in the collective imaginary of a society, where the concept of salvation finds its tragic destiny in the political struggle. What is at the end of that line? Will old fight songs be enough to circumvent that destiny?
Description: On January 31, 2012, engaged couple Billy Payne and Billie Jean Hayworth are found murdered in their Mountain City, Tennessee home. As police investigate, the storyline takes a shocking turn when the admitted shooter claims the crime was a sanctioned hit ordered by a rogue CIA agent. Authorities dig deeper, but search no record of the agent, and now explore that the assassins have been catfished. Who is behind the fabricated government official? Ripped from the pages of renowned prosecutor Dennis Brooks' fresh book, TOO PRETTY TO LIVE is a storyline of betrayal, vengeance, and two overly-protective parents manipulated into committing murder.
Description: For more than a decade, Mirvish Productions operated La Cage Theatre in downtown Toronto. The theatre's resident performers, The Impostors, have earned rave reviews over the years but it's the show's final number that gives them a major standing ovation. In An Evening with The Impostors, the group prepares to bring their high-glam drag spectacle to the tiny city of Port Hope, Ontario. The Impostors are ready, but is Port Hope ready for The Impostors?
Description: Essay on the epic storyline of an ordinary man, a filmmaker, born in the beginning of the Second Globe War. From 1942 to 2016, his private storyline and the globe history, the history of his films, of cinema and the photos that inspired him. Life and creation entangled, untangled, intertwined, jostled together. From his childhood to his first steps as an artist. From the distant fight to the fight vs everyone, from the dreamed revolution to the consumer society that ruins your dreams like Coca Cola dissolves your bones.
Description: The discovery of Gobekli Tepe 20 years ago changed our understanding of the history of humankind. Now, newly-discovered skull carvings reveal even more about how and why civilized societies developed.
Description: From ancient cave paintings to Twitter feeds and deep fakes, propaganda's rapid progression hasn't compromised its potency. Tracing its effective test by religious figures, politicians and marketers, director Larry Weinstein crafts a persuasive study of the mechanics behind propaganda. This fascinating investigation confronts us with timely questions: If we grow up surrounded by propaganda, how do we know what is true? What risks are inherited by a society tricked into their perceptions? Freedom of speech is critical to a democracy's survival, yet demagogues have consistently exploited that freedom to coerce willing supporters. Contemporary artists, including Kent Monkman, Shepard Fairey and Ai Weiwei, analyze their politically motivated work, creatively co-opting the conventions of disinformation that have permeated their respective cultures. As our platforms for spreading concepts continue to expand in a digital age, risky lies have never been better disguised.
Description: Jonathan Rendall's broke, he's been given £12,000 to gamble with, and he gets to hold any winnings. He'll bet on anything: from racing to roulette, boxing to blackjack. All he needs is luck.
Description: Trixie charmed audiences and judges as champion of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars. But the grind of performing and the pressure of the game proves that massive is the head that wears the tiara.
Description: Director Jeanie Finlay charts a transgender man's path to parenthood after he decides to carry his kid himself. The pregnancy prompts an unexpected and profound reckoning with conventions of masculinity, self-definition and biology
Description: Preteens Stephan, Jason, Bracken and Nemis are like many children their age: they like candy, catchy pop tunes and sleepovers. But unlike others, they have an unusual interest in dressing and performing in drag, a passion that leaves them isolated from their peers. With the unflinching help of their parents, the four children receive a possibility to meet in preparation for a group performance at Montreal's Pride celebration. Drag Children introduces us to four remarkable kids who aren't scared to keep their own in the adult globe of competitive voguing and lip synching. Through a sympathetic lens, the movie challenges us to agree the children's desire for self-expression, performing as their larger-than-life alter egos. 'Cause baby, they were born this way.
Description: The keepers are kept busy with animals under their care. These animals, although they've got the tip of their natural instinct left, are unlikely to survive if released back to the wild. It'd be hard for them to take part in the package and they lack the skills to search food. Nevertheless, the ultimate target for everyone at the zoo is to send the animals back to where they truly belong.
Description: Twelve years ago, three gay fathers, two lesbian mothers and five kids allow the camera into their lives and shared their stories of adoption, co-parenting and surrogacy. These three very private stories were filmed just few years after same-sex marriage was legalized in Canada. The camera returns to three families in 2018, in an attempt to search unbiased answers to questions that continue to be relevant: To what extent the upbringing in non-traditional families impacts a child? Have societal outlooks on non-traditional family structures changed in Canada since 2003?
Description: Generating over a billion dollars a year, the pickup industry is shocking, secretive and—to place it politely—scummy. Built upon myths and manipulation, expensive workshops and training videos push an agenda that girls are biologically attracted to alpha males. If boys can learn techniques to overcome their shyness and become socially dominant, they'll be 21st-century Casanovas. At least, that's what the brochure says. Ross Jeffries's 1992 self-published ebook How to Receive the Girls You Desire into Bed inspired a generation of macho boys to push their techniques with aggressive online marketing. With insider access to the movement's founders and actual leaders, this riveting exposé dismantles the "date and mate" ways hustled by modern snake-oil salesmen. From chat rooms to symposium halls, these self-help-styled seminars are poised to take advantage of anyone desperate enough to fall for their risky promises.
Description: Widespread sexual abuse within the Catholic Church has traumatized thousands. Many have only recently come forward to speak publicly, while others have been silenced through settlements. One of the perpetrators, Father Hod Marshall, pled guilty to 17 assault charges; a colleague, Father David Katulski, named him a "very nice pedophile." One of his victims, seeking closure for this traumatic part of his childhood, filed suit vs the Basilian Fathers of Toronto for its role in enabling Marshall's depravity. As the situation moves through the courts—led by "the priest hunter," lawyer Rob Talach—the silence the Catholic Church fought so vigorously to maintain is broken. Director Matt Gallagher opens a channel for those brave survivors who are willing to deliever testimony, culminating in a strong damnation of an institution that gotta be exposed and held to account.
Description: This documentary chronicles the storyline of Darrell Night, an Indigenous boy who was dumped by two police officers in a barren field on the outskirts of Saskatoon in January 2000, during -20° C temperatures. He survived, but he was stunned to hear that the frozen body of other Indigenous boy was discovered in the same area.
Description: Director Mathieu Arsenault and two another sufferers of bipolar disorder say the storyline of their adventure into mental disease and back, while the partners and family members who helped them through it say the storyline as they experienced it.
Description: Two contrasting childhoods in a country shaped by Buddhism. At seven, William is something of a celebrity. Since his entertaining appearances in a reality present in which kids follow in Buddha's footsteps, this likeable man has acquired quite a fanatic club.
Description: Documentary about "The Coolbaroo Club", which was the only Aboriginal-run dance club in a town which practiced unofficial apartheid. During its lifetime, the Club attracted Black musicians and celebrities from all over Australia and occasionally from overseas. Although best-remembered for the hugely famous Coolbaroo dances attended by hundreds of Aborigines and their white supporters, the "Coolbaroo League", founded by Club members, ran a newspaper and became an effective political organization, speaking out on problems of the day affecting Aboriginal people.
Description: The exiled Austro-German musician and composer Artur Schnabel was a giant of his time, but in Germany today he is nearly forgotten. Pianist and Schnabel devotee Markus Pawlik (in collaboration with baritone Dietrich Henschel and the Szymanowski String Quartet) brings Artur Schnabel's best compositions back to Berlin with a filmed commemorative concert. Along the way, Pawlik visits the places, landscapes, and history that shaped Schnabel's life and music. "Artur Schnabel: No Zone of Exile" rediscovers an essential artist displaced by the catastrophe of the two Globe Fights and the Holocaust and inspired by the chances of modernism.
Description: In his first Fresh York City-set documentary in nearly a decade, filmmaker and provocateur Abel Ferrara uses the experience of one longtime cinema owner to chart the vast changes to the city’s theatrical landscape.
Description: Chilean society neglects its ethnic and cultural diversity. Historically, the relationship with the Mapuche folks has been defined by institutional violence, directly affecting those involved as well as generations to come.
Description: For the Serrano and Cahuilla peoples, the desert was home. For hardy prospectors and ranchers, for William Keyes and his family, the desert offered the less-traveled path through life... at times revealing riches... at another times bring tiny more than hardship and death. Desert: the ancient Roman word really doesn't apply here. Countless plants and animals contribute to a vibrant, living landscape. the desert forest of Joshua Tree isn't deserted at all.
Description: While walking with her camera on a random street, the director experiences a casual encounter with a stranger who asks her to be portrayed. After few interviews, the mysterious disappearance of that girl becomes a source of obsession for the artist behind the camera..
Description: In the 40's Howard Hawks boasts that he can create a film out of the worst thing Hemingway ever has written. When Hemingway asks, which novel he means, Hawks tells To Have and Have Not. Jules Furthman writes a script, which follows the ebook closely. The zone of the storyline is Cuba, but the US Government is vs depicting corruption and violence on Cuba, and threatens to withdraw the film's export license. William Faulkner rewrites the script, and relocates the storyline to Martinique. Hawks's wife, Nancy Slim Gross, happens to see a young model at the cover of the magazine Harper's Bazaar, and shows it to her husband. Hawks is a star-maker, who likes to explore and nurture fresh talents. After a screen test, he chooses the 19 year old model as the lead actress opposite Humphrey Bogart. She changes her name from Betty Perske to Lauren Bacall. At the first takes she is so nervous that she shakes.
Description: Driven by a constant need to create, Phish frontman Trey Anastasio takes on fresh projects, including some of his most private melody to date as well as Phish's ambitious Fresh Year's Eve present at Madison Square Garden.
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