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Description: In the film, the outstanding contemporary avant-garde poet Vladimir Ignatiev, the heir of OBERIUT, appeared. He played himself and read his own poetry. The movie was shot 25 years ago later after Vladimir received a serious craniocerebral injury, received as a effect of the bandit attack.
Description: Drugs in the Tenderloin is a documentary shot guerilla style by Robert Zagone in 1966; It captures the Tenderloin as it transformed into a center for young queers and drug users.
Description: Each Christmas in the Netherlands, the same debate rages over Black Pete, Santa's black-faced assistant who is played by a blacked-up white person. Sporting an afro and large red lips, the hero is reminiscent of racist colonial caricatures of black people, like the infamous 'golliwog'. But in Holland there is large resistance to its banning, with supporters claiming it is an innocent tradition for children. The debate reveals a society at odds over how to deal with racism, and unable to confront its colonial legacies.
Description: To tag the centenary of Benjamin Britten's birth, Britten’s Endgame explores the composer's creativity in the face of death. Those closest to him watched anxiously as he raced to finished his final opera, Death in Venice, in defiance of medical advice, tackling an edgy topics with many resonances in his own life. His eventual heart operation left him incapacitated and prematurely old and frail, yet somehow he rediscovered his constructive urge to produce two late masterpieces. This is a rich and poignant movie about Britten’s final years, and the impact of what Peter Pears named 'an evil opera'.
Description: Loss won’t pay the bills is a moving and humorous portrait of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who place their heart and soul into running their business and don’t wish to hear about quitting. Adrie and Francien’s greengrocer’s store in Flushing’s old city has been there for 65 years. Old age has affected their walking ability, but Adrie still works 14 to 16 hours a day. Just before they got married in 1957, they went on vacation for the first and last time. Since then they haven’t got around to it. Working difficult is their creed. Ada, Adrie’s much younger sister, supports out in the store each day. She worries at the prospect of spending three months in the south of France. Will Adrie and Francien be able to carry on or will they have to close down their shop?
Description: It is arguably the most defining moment in the North Melbourne Football Club's 150-year history; the bold rejection of the AFL's Gold Coast relocation plan in 2007. Now, the never-before-told-story can be revealed a decade on. The most influential figures during the war to 'Keep North South' have finally broken their silence.
Description: Annelie asks for a Jörgen in a magazine from 1980. She met him at a Gyllene Tider concert in Karlshamn. Now, 22 years later... Did Annelie receive any respond to her request?
Description: Fifty years ago, Penguin published its 1967 hit pop poetry ebook The Mersey Sound, introducing Roger McGough, Brian Patten and Adrian Henri to the world, thereby securing Liverpool as the cultural centre of the UK and bringing poetry to pop audiences. With the support of popular mates and fellow writers, McGough and Patten say the inside storyline of this modern classic and how they made poetry cool.
Description: Through the eyes of the Narrator and ancient Philosophers of the time, we are taken on a dramatic adventure through history; recounting the wonderful and exciting dramas, ceremonies, games, and chariot races of the Ancient Greek OLYMPIAD; the Olympic Minigames of the 5th Century BC.
Description: A physical and spiritual adventure of the last heir from the ancestral culture of oral tradition that remains on Easter Island: María Elena Hotus. Before dying she has taken the decision to leave her legacy and appoint as her successor to her daughter, Aru Pate Hotus, an island that gotta war vs the deeply rooted and prejudiced patriarchal society.
Description: For over twenty-five years, John Porcellino has self-published his zine, King-Cat Comics & Stories, which, through easy artwork and storytelling, investigates the essence of just being alive. In King-Cat, John beautifully renders the "in-between moments" - those instances which occupy the bulk of our lives, but can pass easy without notice: Sitting on the front porch. Peeing at a rest stop. Watching a bird. With humor, compassion and a keen eye, John shows readers what they might be missing, and in doing so inspires many to embrace life more fully. Born of the zine revolution of the late eighties/early nineties, King-Cat today is the template for cartoonists who seek to make work that is personal, well-crafted and gratis of outside influence.
Description: Jeanette Dyrkjær, better known as Jeanette Starion, was a sought after nude and porn model in the 1980s. Her career took her to the United States, where she won the Million Pet of the Year Pageant and millions of dollars. But she ended up in the porn industry. The storyline of Jeanette Dyrkjær is the storyline of the woman who became famous, hit the wall and fell to the absolute rock bottom.
Description: The documentary proposes an exhaustive adventure through the life and work of Salvador Dalí, and also of Gala, his muse and collaborator. It begins in 1929, a crucial year in Dalí's career and life, as he joined the surrealist group and met Gala, and advances until the year of the artist's death in 1989.
Description: Shortly before his death in October of 2016, esteemed Polish director Andrzej Wajda sat down to review his life’s work with fellow filmmaker Andrezj Wolski. The effect is this insightful documentary, filmed at the school Wajda founded, in which he offers thoughts and commentary on his career and the marvelous films created over the course of 75 years in the industry.
Description: The Nice British Mortgage Swindle stands as a damning indictment of the sheer scale and state-sanctioned brutality of the institutionalised mortgage fraud running rampant on the shores of Britain.
Description: A cinematic portrait of the world-wide legendary Argentinian composer who changed tango. For the first time ever, the hidden archives of bandoneón user Astor Piazzolla are opened by his son Daniel.
Description: On squads up with Emmy®-award-winning director Andrew Hinton to bring you The Boy with the Halo. This inspirational short documentary says the unfathomable arrival storyline of Tim Don, the fastest Ironman triathlete of all time, after breaking his neck in a cycling crash. Coming just days before the Ironman Globe Championships, where Tim was a favourite to top the podium, the ruin looked to have ended not only Tim's hopes of becoming Globe Champion, but potentially his career. Despite the long street to recovery ahead, Tim's resolve to war for his dream was clear. Walk the arrival trail with Tim on a adventure filled with bravery in the face of adversity, determination and, above all, inspiration.
Description: FULLSTERKUR is the third documentary in a collection of movies produced by Rogue Fitness, exploring strength culture around the world, connected specifically by the ancient tradition of stone lifting. Nestled at the doorstep of the Arctic Circle, the country of Iceland is uniquely acquainted with the relationship between strength and survival. For hundreds of years, boys and girls were challenged to overcome harsh weather and unlimited winter nights by developing their own distinct physical and mental fortitude—passed down from the age of the Vikings, and iconically represented by the lifting of massive stones. Today, on an island with a population of just over 300,000, a disproportionate number of the world’s best strength athletes still call Iceland home.
Description: A behind the scenes look at the Broadway production of Jelly's Last Jam, including a tribute to jazz musician and composer Jelly Roll Morton. Gregory Hines and George C. Wolfe, who wrote the ebook for Jelly's Last Jam, are interviewed. Contains scenes from the show.
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