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Description: Three National Geographic "Adventurers of the Year" embark on an insane kayaking point in Greenland. Kite skiing, they tow their whitewater kayaks more than 1000 km over the Greenland Ice Cap to reach the northernmost river ever paddled.
Description: The island of Sumatra is popular for its tobacco, as all lovers of the weed know. Its preparation, its growth and the different stages through which the fragrant leaves gotta pass, before they are ready for the smoker, form the interesting theme of this pretty colourful picture. The first stage shows the young plants growing close together, and the transplanting as they increase in size. The soil is terrible for anything but tobacco, and one wonders how a nice crop may be obtained in such terrible land. We are shown, successively, the natives picking the biggest leaves the inspection of the picking, and the natives carrying bundles of green tobacco to the tallying room.
Description: For her extraordinary movie essay, Living the Light, Director and Director of Photography Claire Pijman had access to the thousands of Hi8 video diaries, pictures and Polaroids that Müller photographed while he was at work on one of the more than 70 details he shot throughout his career; often with long term collaborators such as Wim Wenders, Jim Jarmusch and Lars von Trier. The movie intertwines these photos with excerpts of his oeuvre, thus creating a fluid and cinematic continuum. In his score for Living the Light Jim Jarmusch gives this wide raging scale of life and art an extra musical voice.
Description: A celebration of the life and career of one of America's most influential and celebrated filmmakers and comedians, Buster Keaton, whose singular style and fertile output during the silent era created his legacy as a real cinematic visionary.
Description: Born in 1503, the mysterious medieval visionary, Michel de Nostredame (a.k.a. "Nostradamus") predicted the rise of Hitler, the nuclear destruction of Hiroshima, and the 9/11 attacks. Actually his quatrains are predicting our instant future and it would seem the end times are truly upon the world. According to the fresh interpretations, Nostradamus predicted that a mighty Islamic units of terror would rise up and set in motion Globe Fight III. China would defeat the whole East and much of the globe, and then a finished collapse of technology would spin the globe into chaos like never before as the Antichrist rises in the West. Discover the prophecies and decide for yourself.
Description: The explosive storyline of how a stubborn band of independent filmmakers started a movie co-operative that became the most highly respected and mythologized movie centre in Canada. Tales outlines the tremendous importance and impact of Winnipeg on the national filmmaking scene. Packed with rare archival footage, dynamic movie excerpts, and hilarious interviews, this documentary traces the history of the legendary Winnipeg Movie Group. We hear candid behind the scenes stories that illuminate the storied rise of acclaimed filmmakers like John Paizs (Crime Wave), Guy Maddin (Tales From The Gimli Hospital, My Winnipeg) Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan (We’re Talking Vulva, Nice Citizen, Betty Baker) and Caroline Monnet (Ikwe). Often mired in controversy, the Movie Group has been acclaimed at movie festivals around the globe – attested to by few Toronto movie luminaries in the movie – for subversive, original filmmaking. This documentary continues that tradition of bold, exuberant work.
Description: Gospel singer and preacher Vernon Oxford adventures from his home in Franklin, Tennessee to Belfast on a point to bring the healing power of Jesus back to Northern Ireland.
Description: HARLEM, USA: in the aftermath of Martin Luther King’s murder, German filmmaker Klaus Wildenhahn turned his 16mm camera on the Fresh Lafayette Theatre as its users rehearsed scenes, ran public workshops and conducted exercises in uptown Manhattan. Fresh Lafayette (or NLT) had been founded by actor-director Robert Macbeth the previous year, with the aim of producing theater for black people, by black people, to reflect the experiences and vernacular of the Harlem community. Within the Black Arts Movement, NLT would become a significant institution: it published the journal Black Theatre, and employed a host of talents – including the Black Panthers’ Minister of Culture, Ed Bullins, and the nice pianist Junior Mance, both of whom appear in Wildenhahn’s movie as resident collaborators.
Description: Cats are among the most feared and revered monsters on the planet. Their power, strength, and enigmatic nature have fascinated us for centuries. They are one of the most studied mammals in the globe yet only actually is their true identity being understood - from their wonderful hunting abilities, to their special physiology and remarkable behaviors. With nearly 40 various species, thriving in almost any environment, the cat is one of the most successful predators since the dinosaurs. Using the recent camera technology and working with leading scientists, we are able to say the storyline like never before.
Description: The Order of the Solar Temple (OTS), first known as the Chivalrous Order of Solar Tradition, is an esoteric group neo-Templar founded in 1984 in Geneva by Luc Jouret and Jo Di Mambro following the Golden Method Foundation of this latest. This false order is mainly known for collective suicides in France, in Switzerland and in Canada having made in all 74 victims in 1994, 1995 and 1997 and for the controversies which followed. The situation has been a major factor in the hardening of the war vs sects in France.
Description: Teachers College Press presents three lively and engaging video segments featuring Wynton Marsalis and Sandra Day O'connor for middle and high school teachers. A resource to test in entire or in part to stimulate classroom discussion on jazz and democracy.
Description: A documentary giving movie fanatics a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this sequel to the now-classic horror film that had viewers too afraid to go into the water. Contains interviews with the writer, director, and another members of the constructive staff who relate some of their experiences with making the film, as well as giving their views on all the work that went into it.
Description: After The Missing Picture (Un Certain Regard champion 2013 and Oscar nominee for the Greatest Foreign Language Movie in 2013) and Exile, Rithy Panh continues his private and spiritual exploration. S21 the Khmer Rouge Killing Machine and Duch, Master of the Forges of Hell analyzed the mechanisms of the crime. Graves Without a Name searches for a path to peace. When a thirteen-year-old child, who lost the greater part of his family under the Khmer rouge, embarks on a find for their graves, whether clay or on spiritual ground, what does he search there? And above all, what is he looking for? Spectral trees? Villages defaced beyond recognition? Witnesses who are reluctant to speak? The ethereal touch of a brother or sister’s body as the night approaches? A cinematic film that reaches well beyond the storyline of a country for that which is universal.
Description: The Nice Courses, Fine Art & Music, A History of European Art We all have our favourite artists, periods, or styles from this immensely rich tradition, but how many of us truly know the full sweep of European art? How many of us can connect the dots of influences and inspiration that url the Renaissance with Mannerism, or that tie the paintings of the author of modern art, Edouard Manet, to masterpieces from centuries earlier? A History of European Art is your gateway to this visually stunning story. In 48 beautifully illustrated lectures you will encounter all the landmarks you would expect to search in a comprehensive survey of Western art since the Middle Ages. Works such as Giotto's Arena Chapel, Van Eyck's Ghent Altarpiece, Leonardo's The Last Supper, Michelangelo's David, Vermeer's View of Delft, Van Gogh's The Starry Night, Picasso's Guernica, and hundreds more.
Description: Narrator Steve Martin explains Vermeer's fall into obscurity and rebound into worldwide sensation, all while examining themes in his paintings, comparisons to Renaissance masters, and relevant history of Europe's politics and art market.
Description: A classic Hollywood whodunnit mystery. “Who Stole the Ruby Slippers?” is an investigative look into the 2005 theft of an original pair of ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in the classic movie “The Sorcerer of Oz”.
Description: Salvadoran born Amanda Reyes lost her father to murder in 1929. She was three. She was taken away from her family and lived her whole life not knowing who they were. In 2009 her son, Marcos Reyes Villatoro, searched the whole country for the family. His find for the Reyes family is more than curiosity; it's his obsession. Like many Latinos in the U.S., Marcos has the need to know on a deeper level, What does it mean to be Latino? He searches for his roots. And what he finds is not pleasant. His family was involved in the Salvadoran struggles in a method he'd never dreamed.
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