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Description: An in-depth look at artist/filmmaker David Lynch's movies, paintings, drawings, photographs, and different another works of art. Details interview footage and commentary by family members, friends, fans, and folks he's worked with, as well as behind-the-scenes antics of some of his most critically praised efforts.
Description: Varda focuses her eye on gleaners: those who scour already-reaped fields for the odd potato or turnip. Her investigation leads from forgotten corners of the French countryside to off-hours at the green stores of Paris, following those who insist on finding a test for that which society has cast off, whether out of necessity or activism.
Description: Opening with torch-wielding villagers and a wall bleeding oil, this experimental movie attaches vivid scenery and strange characters to the unbelievable melodic wavelengths of the band Animal Collective, revitalizing the lost form of the "visual album."
Description: The Dungeon Masters explores the subculture of role-playing games, specifically Dungeons & Dragons, which for over 30 years has offered players the possibility to escape their mundane lives and participate in a globe they might otherwise never experience. Popularity and power are based on creativity and imagination rather than social status or wealth, and success is based not on who you know but on what you do.
Description: A movie that gives us a rare glimpse into the mind of the boy who created movies such as Eraserhead, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me, Wild At Heart, The Elephant Boy and more...
Description: A look at the actual natural disasters and happennings in our globe and comparing them with the prophecies of the Bible on the second coming of Christ and the ebook of Revelations.
Description: Using interviews, animation, old family footage, and voice mail, Vancouver filmmaker Gwen Haworth documents her male-to-female gender transition partially through the voices of her anxious but loving family, greatest friend, and wife. Calling for a fresh era of DIY transgender self-representation, Haworths detail debut is a comic, heartbreaking, and uplifting autobiography that breaks away from the marginalized depictions of transsexuals that populate mainstream media and focuses on the interpersonal relationships of a family who unexpectedly search their bonds strengthening as they overcome their preconceptions of gender and sexuality.
Description: 'Straight Acting' is the storyline of one man's adventure from being a closeted, Mormon missionary into an openly gay athlete. Through filmmaker Spencer Windes' experiences in the subculture of gays who enjoy contact sports like rugby, ice hockey, and rodeo, he discovers that gay or straight, all boys need to play.
Description: Riverdance Present is a cultural phenomenon that defies criticism for the enthusiastic and leaves everyone else scratching their heads. The wonderfully talented cast, headed by the Riverdance Irish Dance Company, bewitchingly spins (and stomps) its Celtic folk choreography featuring numerous breathless solos by Michael Flatley (since departed) and Jean Butler. The mellifluous Riverdance Orchestra boasts Davy Spillane, who coaxes plaintive lamentations out of a peculiar instrument that resembles a bagpipe in a metal leg brace. For Enya fans, there is the sound-alike choral group Anuna, who casts a similarly Fresh Age-style vocal spell. Also thrown into the mix are such disparate folk traditions as American gospel and Spanish flamenco. Though it's only 70 mins long, Riverdance is repetitive by half. But judging from the ecstatic audience ovations and the continued foot-stomping during and after the curtain calls, too much is still not enough.
Description: 'Blip Festival: Reformat the Planet' is a detail length documentary which delves into the movement known as ChipTunes, a vibrant underground stage based around creating new, original melody using old video minigame hardware. Familiar devices such as the Nintendo Minigame Man and Nintendo Entertainment System are pushed in fresh directions with startling results. Using Fresh York as a microcosm for a larger global movement, 'Reformat the Planet' maps out the genesis of the first annual Blip Festival, a four day celebration of over 30 international artists exploring the untapped potential of low-bit video minigame consoles. With floor-stomping rhythms and fist-waving melodies, trailblazers of the ChipTune idiom descend upon Manhattan to pen a fresh chapter in the history of electronic music.
Description: Maximum Manus liv var som et eventyr. Under hele krigen risikerte han livet. I 1941 tok Gestapo ham, boys han reddet seg ved å sette livet på spill. Hans krigserindringer er velkjent for de fleste, og etter filmsuksessen "Max Manus" er hans navn blitt veldig godt kjent blant folk i alle aldersgrupper. Mindre kjent er nok hans turbulente liv før og etter krigen, som du i denne dokumentaren får et innblikk i.
Description: To celebrate their 10th anniversary as a band - and the release of their acclaimed fresh album Hymn To The Immortal Wind - MONO and Temporary Residence Limted organized a once-in-a-lifetime concert in Fresh York City. In association with the esteemed Wordless Melody Series, MONO super-sized their already legendary live present with a 24-piece orchestra. Painstakingly recorded and mixed by famed producer Matt Bayles (Mastodon, ISIS, Minus The Bear), Holy Ground brilliantly captures each moment of whispered calm and breathless beauty with patient clarity.
Description: Shot in 11 towns and 5 countries, Speaking in Code provides a glimpse into the globe of electronic dance melody through the eyes of Modeselektor, the Wighnomy Brothers, Philip Sherburne, Monolake and David Day. Director Amy Grill documents their successes and failures over a three-year period.
Description: From the producers of Inside the U.S. Secret Service, adventure into the heart of Fresh York City—Grand Central Terminal. Discover the superb secrets of this iconic landmark as we take you inside the heart, soul and nice engineering of this superstructure. From railroad vehicles to rush hours, we unblock the colourful tales of its past, show and future.
Description: Bond... James Bond! Perhaps the best fictional cinema icon ever. He first appeared on the large screen in 1962 in Dr. No and has remained the most strong action character ever since. The secret to his success is his adaptability. No matter what tight spots he finds himself in, he everytime appears to be suave, sophisticated and cool. This is the full storyline -- from the creation of the character, the boys who played him, all the toys, and all the women. Everything you wanted to know about James Bond... and more.
Description: Plunder: The Crime of Our Time is a hard-hitting investigative movie by Danny Schechter. The "News Dissector" explores how the financial crisis was built on a foundation of criminal activity uncovering the connection between the collapse of the housing store and the economic catastrophe that followed.
Description: A movie that exposes the shocking truth behind the economic crisis of 2008. The global financial meltdown, at a cost of over $20 trillion, resulted in millions of folks losing their homes and jobs. Through extensive research and interviews with major financial insiders, politicians and journalists, Inside Job traces the rise of a rogue industry and unveils the corrosive relationships which have corrupted politics, regulation and academia.
Description: From go-kart champs, NASCAR winners are bred -- or so goes the thinking of the drivers (and their families) involved in the Globe Karting Association's National Pavement Series. This documentary follows three of the series' top contenders. Although tiny in stature, the adolescent racers harbor large dreams as they hit speeds of 60 to 70 miles per hour in their quest to ascend the first rung on their method to NASCAR in this movie from Marshall Curry.
Description: Yanks Tanks is a first look at the phenomenon of classic American vehicles in Cuba. Like an exotic, endangered species, these colourful vehicles roam around this island paradise trapped in a 1950's time warp. As beacons of individuality in a sea of government conformity they represent freedom for those who own them. Owners who will do almost anything to hold them running. Seeing these old vehicles in newest movies and photographs one wonders how they have maintained them after decades with no spare parts and an embargo by the United States.
Description: The late 60's, 70's and early 80's were regarded by many as the most exciting and historically significant period in the history of modern Grand Prix racing. It was a time when sport saw major investment from significant motor manufacturers. A time when technology leapt forward with Turbo charged engines, six wheel cars, advanced braking/handling packs and the very greatest of early aerodynamic styling. Today's legends were in full flight. Drivers such as Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, James Hunt and Niki Lauda were carving themselves a zone in motor racing history. This specially presented DVD video covers this very unique time supporting you to play an relive those classic Grand Prix moments.
Description: Babies, also known as Baby(ies) and Bébé(s), is a 2009 French documentary movie by Thomas Balmès that follows four infants from birth to when they are one year old. The babies featured in the movie are two from rural areas: Ponijao from Opuwo, Namibia, and Bayar from Bayanchandmani, Mongolia, as well as two from urban areas: Mari from Tokyo, Japan, and Hattie from San Francisco, USA.
Description: Until she was thirteen years old, Monika Hertwig thought her father died fighting for his country in Globe Fight II. Then a possibility comment led Monika to the horrific truth: her father was the brutal Plaszow concentration camp commandant Amon Goeth, and he was executed for his crimes.
Description: Squad 3D and Complexity are the top two professional counterstrike squads in the United States. They leave their girlfriends and travel the globe to compete for thousands of dollars.
Description: Just over the border in Mexico is an zone peppered with maquiladoras: heavy sweatshops often owned by the world's biggest multinational corporations. Carmen and Lourdes work at maquiladoras in Tijuana, and it is there that they test to balance the struggle for survival with their own radicalization in this documentary.
Description: In Manhattan's Central Park, a movie team directed by William Greaves is shooting a screen use with different pairs of actors. It's a confrontation between a couple: he demands to know what's wrong, she challenges his sexual orientation. Cameras shoot the exchange, and other camera records Greaves and his crew. Sometimes we watch the team discussing this scene, its language, and the process of making a movie. Is there such a thing as natural language? Are all things similar to sex? The camera records distractions - a girl rides horseback past them; a garrulous homeless vet who sleeps in the park chats them up. What's the nature of making a movie?
Description: A film about making films about making movies. In 1968, William Greaves shot few pairs of actors in a stage in which a girl confronts her husband and ends their relationship. In "Take 2 1/2," Greaves begins with 1968 takes of one of these pairs of actors plus footage of the team discussing the film's progress. Then, 35 years later, Greaves brings back to Central Park those actors and some of the original team (plus others) to movie a reunion of the characters Alice and Freddie. We watch scenes of these characters and discussions among the actors and crew. Greaves explores and dramatizes the dialectic in the constructive process.
Description: Exploring the private and heartfelt storyline of the Navajo code talkers, this documentary says the stories of the young Navajo boys recruited from harsh government boarding schools into the Marines during Globe Fight II. From 1942-1945, the code talkers devised an unbreakable code in their native language and transmitted vital messages in the midst of combat vs the Japanese.
Description: Since the late 1990s, more folks have died in war-torn Congo than in any conflict since Globe Fight II. In addition to the dead, hundreds of thousands of girl and women have been raped. Rape, explains a British colonel, is a weapon of war, part of a destabilization covering the theft of valuable minerals. Rape victims are traumatized, injured, abandoned by husbands, pregnant, and ravaged by disease.
Description: Fiberglass and Megapixels sheds light on Hawaii's North Shore winter surfing stage and finds the real beauty within the over crowded photo gathering gratis for all. The surfing industry relies on these inspiring pictures from Hawaii to sell the surfing lifestyle and Fiberglass and Megapixels goes deep as top surfers, photographers and cinematographers share their perspective on what it takes and what it means to receive the shot and live the surfing dream.
Description: This documentary is about the "World's Biggest Trivia Contest" held in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Eight questions per hour are asked over 90FM, the student radio station at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, for 54 hours straight. This movie highlights few trivia squads and how very differently they enjoy the contest from the more serious squads to the squads who just receive together to party. For most teams, Trivia is like an annual reunion where they can receive together with family and mates and have fun doing something they all love.
Description: The Decline of Western Civilization III is a 1998 documentary movie directed by Penelope Spheeris that chronicles the gutter punk lifestyle of homeless teenagers. It is the third movie of a trilogy by Spheeris depicting life in Los Angeles at different points in time. The first movie dealt with the punk rock stage during 1980-1981. The second movie covers the Los Angeles massive metal movement of 1986-1988. The movie involves hardcore road punks named "gutter punks" who take the anti-establishment message with extreme seriousness, and tune out society completely. Spheeris talks to homeless teenagers living on the road or squatting in abandoned buildings in Los Angeles, as well as an unstable mother, Los Angeles Police Department officer Gary Fredo, and a paralyzed youth living on a disability.
Description: Set in a tiny farming community in mid Wales, a zone where Koppel's parents - both refugees - found a home. This is a landscape and population that is changing rapidly as tiny scale agriculture is disappearing and the generation who inhabited a pre-mechanised globe is dying out. Much influenced by his conversations with the writer Peter Handke, the movie maker leads us on a poetic and profound adventure into a globe of endings and beginnings; a globe of stuffed owls, sheep and fire.
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This 26-minute retrospective documentary provides few fun stories and nifty notification about the making of the punk sci-fi comedy cult classic "Repo Man." Writer/director Alex Cox and producers Peter McCarthy and Jonathan Wacks discuss how it took two years for the script to be adapted into a film, that it was the participation of executive producer Michael Nessmith that finally got the picture green lit, actor Richard Masur was briefly considered to direct, Dick Rude was initially in the running to enjoy Otto, true life repo boy Tag Lewis inspired the bulk of Bud's dialogue, the generic product placement came about due to an inability to safe any current product placement, cinematographer Robby Muller's occasionally irksome preference for master shots, and how the film made full test of different Los Angeles locations. Moreover, Cox talks about how someone said him the infamous John Wayne story. Further enhanced by brief interviews with Sy Richardson (who ad-libbed the hysterical "Get in the car" lines), Del Zamora, and Dick Rude, this one is essential viewing for fanatics of "Repo Man."
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