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Description: Ruth Beckermann documents the process of uncovering former UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim’s wartime past. It shows the swift succession of fresh allegations by the Globe Jewish Congress during his Austrian presidential campaign, the denial by the Austrian political class, the outbreak of anti-Semitism and patriotism, which finally led to his election.
Description: Theatre of Fight is an essay on how to represent war, performed by former enemies. British and Argentinian veterans of the Falklands fight come together to discuss, rehearse and re-enact their memories 35 years after the conflict.
Description: In 1986, the Uruguayan Parliament passed a law granting amnesty for all crimes and human rights violations committed by the military and police during the dictatorship (1973-85). This law of impunity prevented the clarification demanded by the relatives of those who had disappeared and been murdered by the former regime. A public initiative arose calling for a referendum in which the law be topics to the vote of the people. Unas preguntas uses U-matic footage, mostly of interviews recorded on the roads of Uruguay between 1987 and 1989, to show a time capsule of the period.
Description: Towns and landscapes bear the desires of the residents. This restless war for a fulfilled life in which we often stand in our own way. We long for love, recognition, freedom and a sense of home – but just as later as we arrive somewhere, we long to return or to go somewhere else. It is this longing that drives us through life.
Description: In 2013, Dima Ilukhin, the cousin of the film’s director and a soldier in the Russian army, died on duty in the Republic of Dagestan in the North Caucasus. He was 21 years old. This incident marks the starting mission for Abaturov’s reflection on the military. He movies the training of fresh recruits in Siberia, as they bid farewell to their mothers and girlfriends, learn the mechanics of a Kalashnikov, or how to throw a hand grenade and administer first aid. While his parents test to cope with their loss, Dima’s former fellow recruits have to return to battle.
Description: Claire Simon portrays an necessary time for any individual, from 16 to 18 years of age. Set in the Paris suburbs in high school (for those lucky enough to go), teenagers chat after and even during class, sitting in the hallway or outside on a bench, looking at the town below them.
Description: As they undergo 12 weeks of intensive training, a group of young civilians is gradually moulded into soldiers. The Primary Training, a prerequisite for joining the Canadian Armed Forces, becomes the gateway to exploring the inner workings of a globe governed by its own guidelines and values.
Description: In Asamblea general (1960), the documentary about Fidel's address of the First Declaration of Havana in the Plaza of the Revolution, Alea practises what becomes a sustaining Cuban contribution to documentary. Engaging with Gratis Cinema and cinema-vérité, his camera seems to touch the faces of the fresh citizen one by one rather than as a single mass before a leader.
Description: Alan Garner was the creator of The Owl Service, one of the key texts within the newest fad for the English Wyrd. This early 1980’s documentary details Garner talking about his life and influences, and comes loaded with narrated excerpts from his ebooks and eerie musical interludes and recorded screams that are curiously reminiscent of The League Of Gentlemen. Another scenes of Garner wandering around his key websites of inspiration – mainly around Alderley Edge in Cheshire – look like they’re from the early days of pop videos, with shaky hand-held footage and sudden zooms into blacked-out windows and strange rock formations. Somehow it all adds to the sincere intention of introducing Garner’s unusual body of work to the unsuspecting viewer.
Description: "Look about you" invites you to set out on a fascinating adventure through Israel with one tiny family who is trying to understand what it takes to truly live together. Squeezed in a small RV, they meet and live with folks from all walks, traversing hope and despair, collecting the slivers of an ancient dream from among the fragments of contemporary reality. A sensitive video journal, it paints a painfully touching picture of true life in Israel, portraying the subtle interdependence between family and society, and the need to overcome separation.
Description: Bathed in the uncanny glow of late afternoon sun and set vs a noisy highway, Interchange depicts the melancholy and isolation of a tiny working-class neighborhood on the outskirts of Montreal.
Description: Two girls in a living room: smoking, testing cards, listening to the radio. As often in Dwoskin’s films, the test of masks, make-up and costumes allows the characters to playfully transform themselves. Shot in colour film, C-film exuberates swinging London energy. In the second part of the film, the girls appear to be watching the rushes of the movie on an editing table. ”We are making a movie” we hear them say. As Dwoskin points out, “C-film asks how much is acting acted”, an ongoing question in Dwoskin’s cinema. Produced by Alan Power, with Esther Anderson & Sally Geeson.
Description: The film, set in Kirghizstan, is a find for Jamila, the game hero in the novella by Chingiz Aitmatov about a young girl who rebels vs the guidelines of Kirghiz society. We will meet girls who, in talking about Jamila, reveal their own personal lives and desires, the guidelines they chafe under and their concepts of freedom.
Description: An immersive movie essay on tennis legend John McEnroe at the height of his career as the globe champion, documenting his strive for perfection, frustrations, and the hardest loss of his career at the 1984 Roland-Garros French Open.
Description: Each year, on the 9th of May, folks gather in Treptower Park in Berlin. They come dressed in their greatest outfits or in Soviet military uniform. They carry flags, banners and posters. They lay flowers at the monument to the Soviet soldier; they sing, dance and drink. They celebrate the win of the Soviet Union over Nazi Germany.The movie is a direct reportage from Treptower Park 72 years after the victory.
Description: We were fully ignorant of this topics until we tried to start our family four years ago, and found we were unable to conceive. As we sought a solution, we began documenting our adventure as a method of reflecting and coping, and we were overwhelmed by the physical, emotional, and financial cost of creating a baby. We filmed all necessary events, decisions, and effects in true time, exposing the heartbreaking, challenging, and even hilarious roller-coaster ride undertaken by a couple struggling to build a family.Throughout our journey, we have interviewed many another couples who have experienced the same struggle and found alternative methods to construct their families. Through IVF, surrogacy, egg and sperm donation, adoption, and miraculous natural conceptions, these infertility “survivors” instill a sense of hope that creating a family when all hope seems lost is possible.
Description: A person enters the frame dressed up as a bird. In a dressing room, John Malkovich sheds the costume of Casanova. A young woman's skirt is just as orange as the beak of a zebra finch singing in a cage. White lilies stand at the foot of a statue of the Virgin Mary, red roses in front of the window of an SM studio. There the quiet minigame of submission in exchange for money, in a museum an embrace, a poem whispered in the ear. Kids testing in a forest in autumn. A forest in summer, framed by light. An orgasm and a dance.
Description: Dreamworlds 3 examines the stories contemporary melody videos say about women and women, and encourages viewers to consider how these narratives shape individual and cultural attitudes about sexuality. Illustrated with hundreds of up-to-date images, Dreamworlds 3 offers a special and strong software for understanding both the continuing influence of melody videos and how pop culture more generally filters the identities of young boys and girls through a dangerously narrow set of myths about sexuality and gender. In doing so, it inspires viewers to reflect critically on photos that they might otherwise take for granted.
Description: A young Chinese folk singer left his hometown to the large city, only to return to his musical traditions. On this journey, his humor, anger and strong folk songs all comes from the rural life of past. That's the true taste of soil and dust.
Description: Based on the remains of never-completed Argentine details from the archives of the movie museum in Buenos Aires. The movie is, as it were, a parallel movie history: an essay like a cinematographic Frankenstein, that blows fresh life into photos that once seemed unsuccessful and pointless.
Description: An Irish filmmaker grapples with the legacy of his estranged father, the late documentarian Arthur MacCaig, through MacCaig's decades-spanning archive of the conflict in Northern Ireland. Drawing on over 30 years of special and never-seen-before footage, 'The Photo You Missed' is an experimental essay movie that weaves together a history of the Northern Irish 'Troubles' with the storyline of a son's find for his father. In the process, the movie creates a candid encounter between two filmmakers born into various political moments, revealing their contrasting experiences of Irish nationalism, the role of photos in social struggle, and the competing claims of private and political responsibility.
Description: Opening the doors to Toronto’s oldest cross-dressing store, viewers receive a glimpse into the colorful lives of its customers and their tender relationships with the eccentric storeowner, revealing why the shop continues to enjoy a vital role for its clientele.
Description: What's in a name? Filmmaker Yung Chang explores the meaning and origins of both of his names: the one given to him in Oshawa when he was born and the Chinese name that drew him back to his homeland.
Description: Wang Shin-hong is suffering from insomnia. A fortune teller advises the Mandalay businessman, whose vehicle and bulging wallet recommend that business is going cute well, to spend 14 days in a monastery, living life as a monk and eating an apple a day. Such a thing is possible in Burma today. Wang Shin-hong arrives at the rural monastery, has his head shaved and dons a red robe, in which he immediately becomes an authority. During the welcome procession, the village women, their poverty clear from their clothing and the huts in the background, place more than they have in his alms bowl. During his fleeting role as their advisor, Wang Shin-hong later learns of the villagers’ attempts to survive and create a living as legal or illegal migrants in China, Thailand or Malaysia. He also finds out how the another monks test to generate profit and extra income.
Description: Join international snowboard specialists - Gigi Rüf , Elias Elhardt, Kazu Kokubo and Toni Kerkela - on their adventure around the world to determine which path leads to a life well-lived, everytime on the hunt for the greatest snow, the gnarliest lines, the most special features.
Description: Raised in a refugee camp in the West Bank while her mother was in prison, Walaa dreams of being a policewoman, wearing a uniform, avoiding marriage, and earning a salary. Despite discouragement from her family, Walaa applies - and gets in. But her own rebellious behavior and a complicated relationship with her mother are a challenge, as are the circumstances under which she lives. Following Walaa from 15 to 21, this first-ever look inside the Palestinian police academy brings us the storyline of a young girl navigating formidable obstacles, learning which guidelines to break and follow, and disproving the negative predictions from her surroundings and the globe at large.
Description: The Nishiyuu walkers made the trek from Whapmagoostui in Quebec to Ottawa, a 1,600-kilometre adventure whose roots date back millennia. At the heart of legendary director Alanis Obomsawin’s recent short documentary, her 51st movie in 50 years of filmmaking, is the concept of walking as activism, as well as a symbol of decolonization and an embrace of the traditional.
Description: The guided tours in the Reichstag building are well attended; there’s lots of laughter at the simulated vote on a bill. At the Bundestag’s “Infomobile” in Dresden, a citizen complains that the government is out of touch with the people. SPD parliamentarians attend a workshop to practise tactics for dealing with right-wing populist topics. A crowd chants: close the borders! Journalists from the taz and Bild-Zeitung newspapers discuss the problems of the day. An editorial squad from TV station MDR produces a report entitled “Attack on Democracy – the Fresh Right.”
Description: This is a movie about 12-year-old girls, made by 12-year-old girls, for 12-year-old girls, or anyone that has been a 12-year-old girl, or will be a 12-year-old girl, or wishes they were a 12-year-old girl. This inquisitive cross between a documentary and a theatre piece was created by Tilda Cobham-Hervey and twelve 12-year-old girls, where true women articulate what they hope for, what they remember and what it feels like to be twelve. Performing themselves in a filmed field guide, together these specimens investigate their own species.
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