See Lettre à mon père, Armand Robi.
See KOPPO, le CAMFRANGLAIS en musi.
See Le jour d'après - François.
See «MÉLENCHON, L'HOMME QUI AV.
See Amalia Escriva (1997) by Gérar.
See Michel Barrier - Hé... Charrie.
See Monteverdi - Il ritorno d'.
See Vue sur la plage de Saidia [Ma.
See Cheb khaled _ Interview _ 1994.
See Pascal OBISTRO-- Tomber pour e.
Description: The definitive documentary about the iconic tv series developed by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and their production companies (AP Movies and Century 21 Pictures). Supermarionation was a revolutionary technique used in all their programmes throughout the 1960s including Stingray, Captain Scarlet and, most famously, Thunderbirds.
Description: Does having a learning disability mean that you can’t learn? Eight kids prove that the respond is a definitive 'No' in this documentary. Interviews with children are intercut with scenes of the kids engaged in activities that reflect their talents to form a compelling portrait of the methods in which these young folks test their strengths to overcome their challenges.
Description: The globe watched in horror as the NYPD was place on trial for the shooting of Sean Bell and Amadou Diallo. The chants of "no justice," "no peace" were heard around the world, but in the end was justice served? In this sequel to IF I DIE TONIGHT, the storyline continues and follows the next seven years of this situation of police brutality. It presents both sides in an effort to search the truth after the culminating trials. This riveting documentary continues to ask the question, "how far has our country now come?" Details Al Sharpen, Rudy Giuliani, and Eliot Spitzer.
Description: This heartwarming movie focuses on Kandice, Alexa and Amanda, three young women who are all experiencing hair loss due to illness. Their embarrassment and insecurity have been curtailed, however, because of Locks of Love--a non-profit organization where employees painstakingly make custom-molded wigs that let the women to feel like themselves once again.
Description: In 1943, Noor Inayat Khan was recruited as a covert operative into Winston Churchill's Unique Operations Executive. With an American mother and Indian Muslim father, she was an extremely unusual British agent. After her network collapsed, Khan became the only surviving radio operator linking the British to the French Resistance in Paris, coordinating the airdrop of weapons and agents, and the rescue of downed Allied fliers.
Description: Around 1970, Marije Meerman was placed in the anti-authoritarian day-care centre Prins Constantijn in Amsterdam, where kids were raised by a group of parents to become ‘socially critical, creative, emancipated, lusty, solidary people’. For her graduation movie in 1995, she visited young adults who had been in this ‘kresj’ with her. In this documentary sequel, she shifts the perspective to the parents who, with progressive insight, look back on this social experiment. The movie also contains fresh archive footage.
Description: A Vaudeville comedian still working at 100, a stunning siren who dated Reagan when he was a Democrat, a child out of college who sold The Ten Commandments around the world, a Disney legend who met Walt when she was a tiny woman and spent her life with Mickey Mouse: these showbiz vets share wisdom and inspiration garnered over seven lifetimes in the business. Residing together at the Motion Picture & Tv Fund home, these entertainment lifers are "bonded by the show". These, ladies and gentlemen, are Showfolk.
Description: An homage to her grandmother, the director Zhang Yan shares with us the touching storyline of how her grandmother, an ethnic Chosun (Korean) minority in China, met and married her grandfather more than 50 years ago, in the grandmother's own words. The grandmother says us about the traditional customs on the first night of the wedding, along with her hopes and expectations of that era as she reflects on how her life turned out. Mixing with realistic and surreal language, this movie depicts the idea and feelings of love from an old woman's aspect through her life and memories.
Description: Doris and Oscar, a couple who has spent 40 years living and working together, face their impending retirement. Both dedicated their lives to educational projects and architecture in rural indigenous communities in Mexico. Isabel and Enedino, two indigenous specialists in the Sierra of Puebla, take the baton from their mentors and teachers. A documentary that celebrates and explores the transformational process of teaching, learning and building.
Description: San Marcos, a city in northwestern Mexico partially submerged under water because of the construction of a nearby dam, is besieged by the violence of armed groups. Nevertheless, four families refuse to leave.
Description: An insider's documentary describing the CIA's test of Mena, Arkansas as a staging zone for covert activities which involved the Reagan-Bush administration and Governor Bill Clinton which resulted in the subversion of our judicial system.
Description: Photographer Walker Evans (1903-1975) went to the South Seas on a sailing ship in 1931 and 1932. Travel Notes (1932), is a 12 minute long series of scenes from the ocean trip, including a stop in Tahiti. Using 35mm motion picture film, Evans creates abstract compositions out of sails, rigging, and crew.
Description: Each month, an estimated 200,000 Australians deliberately harm themselves. They cut, scratch, burn and sometimes even break bones. It's named self-harm, and it peaks in teenagers and young people. The Silent Epidemic explores this dark and often secret behaviour, asking why more and more folks are turning to self-harm as a method to cope with life. Interweaving their private stories with scientific enquiry, The Silent Epidemic casts a special lens onto what is quick becoming a trouble that can no longer remain hidden. In response to the growing numbers, a group of Melbourne scientists are hunting for a radical solution to self-harm with a world-first experiment. The Silent Epidemic charts their progress: it is both a wake-up call, and ultimately, a storyline of hope. Written by Tag Hamlyn
Description: Who has not dreamed of embracing the town of Paris from the sky? Fly and discover the exceptional territories that have shaped and are shaping the history of Paris: Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame de Paris, the Louvre, the Bastille, Invalides, the Opera ... Far from the clichés of postcards out of marked routes by travel guides, this fresh movie invites viewers to an exceptional personal tour of the town of Paris. Travel through the centuries and be witnesses of the birth of the Town Lights. This fresh production reveals one of the most influential capitals in the globe as you've never seen.
Description: Other expedition for Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. This time around, our intrepid explorers take on the task of finding the source of the Nile in three barely roadworthy estate cars. After surmounting the worst that the local hotels and traffic jams can throw at them, the dynamic trio set off into the heat of the African sun, taking dense forests, the ferocious wildlife, and wheel-sucking mud in their stride - well, almost.
Description: Documentary about a single mother who is an amateur cage fighter. When her meteoric rise shocks the mixed martial arts world, she decides to risk it all for her shot at the large time.
Description: We Remember Marilyn. Marilyn Monroe transforms from Norma Jean, a cuddly teenager, into the most recognizable face and body in the globe in these home movies, images and movie clips which span her early bit parts to her most known roles.
Description: As the infamous 'Men of Oregon' basked in the spotlight, a squad of girls were running on the same track, vaulting over the same bar and crossing the same finish line. We Grew Wings in the untold storyline of the how the women's squads overcame hurdles and private struggles to set fresh records and break through barriers. This is a storyline about both yesterday's legacy and today's triumphs. And more than anything, about the common bond we share through sports. We Grew wings answers a long-time need for girls in sport; to be inspired and cheered by their predecessors. To be encouraged to set fresh records, so we can every run our own race.
Description: Take a captivating ride through nearly 150 years of entertaining history saying the storyline of the world's biggest family controlled brewer. Meet Gerard Adriaan Heineken, who founded the first Heineken Brewery in 1864 and follow this extraordinary tale of pioneering adventure, relentless obsession for quality, persistent innovation, environmental sustainability, and celebrated sports and melody events.
Description: This documentary shows how the Berliner workers lived in 1930. The director Slatan Dudow shows through images: a) the workers leaving the factory; b) the raise of the rents; c) the "unpleasant" guest, meaning the justice officer that brings the eviction notice; d) the war of classes of the houses of capitalists and working classes; e) the parks of the working class; f) the houses of the working class, origin of the tuberculosis and the victims; g) the playground of the working class; h) the swimming pool for the working class, ironically named the "Baltic Sea" of the working class; i) the results of humidity of basement where a family lives, with one member deaf; j) one working class family having dinner while the capitalist baths his dog; k) the eviction notice received from an unemployed family and their eviction.
Description: `Prince Naseem Hamed' started boxing professionally in 1992 and was later well known for his fl ashy, compulsive, unpredictable style . In his career he won the WBC, IBF and WBO globe games at different weights but would everytime be known as a showman and entertainer. Hamed's most strong punch was a straight left that was known to knock powerful warriors out in a single shot. Hamed was also known to clown around in the ring. When hit cleanly he would smile at opponents, create faces, shake his head, and shrug his shoulders to indicate that he wasn't hurt! Prince Naseem was one of the most flamboyant warriors of our time and this DVD traces the highlights of his extraordinary career from begin to finish - blow by blow!
Description: MICHAEL SNOW UP CLOSE was produced on the opportunity of The Michael Snow Project, a major, career-spanning, multi-venue retrospective of the artist. The documentary celebrates the multi-faceted shape of Snow's constructive genius, including glimpses of his work in painting, sculpture, film, photo-works, performance, installations, and holography. Discussions with Snow, original documentation of his melody and performance work, and excerpts from his avant-garde films, are complemented by interviews with filmmakers Jonas Mekas and Bruce Elder, Snow's dealer Av Isaacs, the architect Eb Zeidler, museum director Pierre Théberge, curator Louise Dompierre, and others. A deliberately conventional documentary about a deliberately unconventional artist.
Description: Mondo Cane and the Schoolgirl Report series stand as obvious influences on this occasionally amusing but generally rather tedious exploitation movie that alternates between documentary, fake documentary and docudrama. The theme is Satanism and the linking thread is a recreation of what is supposedly the real-life situation of a murder and attempted murder of two Munich teenage boys by a quartet of women who had been dabbling in devil worship. During the ensuing trial, the lawyer resorts to dilatory strategies while the hearing is frequently interrupted by the women breaking into incantation, temper tantrums or shivery fits ostensibly bearing on demonic possession. When the topics of the Manson killings is brought up, the most obnoxious of the defendants breaks in indignantly, claiming that Sharon Tate’s “execution” was justified as she posed dangers to the Satanic community. (cinemadrome.yuku.com)
Description: JERRY'S DELI is a testament to a bygone era when shrieking lunatics should run successful (even popular) businesses. Shot on film-stock leftover from tv cameramen, Tom Palazzolo's portrait of Jerry Meyer offsets sequences of the tyrannical deli owner (seen berating his employees and physically dragging customers to the counter) with private interviews in which a soft-spoken Meyer calmly describes his decorated military service in Globe Fight II, his early stand on civil rights and this one time when he stabbed an employee in the arm. - Tom Fritsche
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