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Description: This deeply moving movie reminds the globe of the forgotten history of gay survivors of Nazi Germany. As many as 15,000 gay boys were sent to concentration camps, targeted by the Nazis as subversives. In this strong documentary, three gay survivors share their stories. The "A" (which stood for "Arschficker"/"Assfucker") refers to a symbol (which pre-dated the pink triangle) that gay prisoners were forced to wear.
Description: A re-photography in video of material that was originally used in a performance during which Karl Lemieux, painted, scratched and burned movie loops from an old western 16mm film. Traces of an impossible past and future collide in a trajectory where the show unravels.
Description: NEW YORK SCHERZO is a detail documentary that follows the lives of three diverse classically trained musicians as they test to create it in Fresh York City. Originally from Seoul, Paris and Nashville they are passionate about their art but struggle to create a living, and face a crossroads where they gotta decide if they can sustain a career doing what they love.
Description: Don't Forget Me follows three Moroccan families with kids on the autism spectrum whose parents are struggling to teach them without any support from the government. Autistic children in Morocco do not have a right to go to school, and when parents are able to search a classroom where their kid is accepted, it is up to them to pay for it. The documentary was inspired by Jackie Spinner's two sons she adopted from Morocco when they were infants. The men also are autistic and actually living in the United States. Spinner, a journalist and former Baghdad bureau chief for The Washington Post, returned to Morocco with her sons in 2017 essentially to respond the question: What might have happened if they had stayed?
Description: A series of ten short experimental movies exploring the fate of grand Soviet-style buildings and monuments erected during the communist era (1945-89) in Central and Eastern Europe.
Description: A documentary by Tony Palmer on English composer Sir William Walton (1902–1983), made shortly before his death. The movie contains the only full-length interview ever recorded with Walton. Filmed at his home on Ischia and in Oxford, London & Oldham, it contains contributions from Laurence Olivier, Sacheverell Sitwell and Lady Susana Walton. Specially performed extracts of his melody are conducted by Simon Rattle in his first substantial contribution to tv when he was in his early 20s, with Simon Preston, Julian Bream, Yvonne Kenny, Yehudi Menuhin, Iona Brown, John Shirley-Quirk, Elgar Howarth & Ralph Kirshbaum, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Grimethorpe Colliery Band, Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Oxford & Los Paraguayos.
Description: Michael Wood explores the life, works and influence of one of the world's best storytellers who died 2,000 years ago. When an Elizabethan literary critic told that the witty soul of Ovid lived on in 'honey tongued Shakespeare', they were just stating the obvious. Ovid, everyone knew, was simply the most clever, sexy and funny poet in the western tradition. His Metamorphoses, it has often been said, is the most influential secular ebook in European literature.
Description: From her birth in Warsaw to her entry into the Pantheon, Marie Curie's work and career is a myth. Honored throughout the globe and embodying a model of excellence, its history and life remain unknown in France. An intimate portrait of an exceptional scientist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 100 years ago.
Description: The idea of work is understood as the human activity carried out with the aim of producing a method of obtaining subsistence connected to the passage of time. The question that arises is how work can be the surrender of one's life (Make a deliberate incision in one's flesh, as a symptom of psychological or emotional distress.) In this vídeo, Silvio Eduardo Crisostomo exposes workers in activity alluding to bodies as ready-to-cut meat. Work as such activity sounds like repetition: the act of demolishing, building, living, and dying create up the simultaneous quadrilogy on a polyethylene cutting board.
Description: Produced as a cinematic film, How to Respond the Fool was adapted for test in tiny group and Sunday School classes, making it a helpful software for individual or group study. With an eye-opening, cinematic message, How to Respond the Fool deliberately and strategically teaches you how to defend the Faith; answering the call of Scripture to 'be ready in season and out of season' in order that we may '...always being prepared to create a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in [us].'
Description: A movie about the black head Carranza sheep and the methods of subsistence cattle similar to them in Karrantza Valley (Bizkaia, Spain). A series of seven in-camera edited Super-8 reels explores the url between grass, sheep, feeding, wool, milking, cheese, threads. It is a project that began with the recalling of first moving pictures of sheep (MOUTONS ENTRANT À L’ABATTOIR, Lumière Brothers, 1896) and with the correlation between wool spinning and the movie rolling pace.
Description: A filmmaker follows his mate and widowed airline pilot east and west around the world, as he searches to search fresh love via the dating application Tinder. The well-intended quest spirals into a controversial fly on the wall expose of one man’s addictive and outlandish behaviour in a bubble of vice and depravity that conflicts with his consummate professionalism.
Description: Travelogue that follows photographer Don McCullin, actually 83, documenting his country from inner towns to seaside towns, on a adventure in find of his own nation. Sixty years after starting out as a photographer, McCullin returns to his old haunts in the East End of London, Bradford, Consett, Eastbourne and Scarborough. Along the method he encounters an array of English characters at the Glyndebourne Festival and Goodwood Revival and photographs a hunt and a group of saboteurs aiming to disrupt them. McCullin’s adventure is punctuated by scenes in his darkroom, a zone he is allowing cameras into for the first time.
Description: The strong storyline of a land preserved in time, yet poised on the cusp of dramatic change. The nation’s vibrant culture, meticulously maintained colonial architecture, and pristine ecosystems deliever a vivid window into the island’s history and spirit. Audiences are transported across breathtaking landscapes, under the ocean surface to iridescent reefs, and into roads throbbing with melody and dance in the heart of Havana. Through the eyes of Cuban artists, historians, and scientists, the movie provides an intimate look this vivacious island nation.
Description: Intimate portrait of four 70-year-old Quebec snowbirds who migrate each winter to Florida in find of sun, warmth and companionship. Behind their quest for love lies a desire to take advantage of this second and ultimate youth that comes with retirement.
Description: The troubling storyline of two teenaged brothers, Marc and Jean Wabafiyebazu, caught up Miami's risky drug scene. It might never have generated attention had they not been the sons of Canada's Consul General in Miami. Roxanne Dubé shares her deeply private storyline of double loss - one son dead, the another charged with 'felony murder' and potentially facing life in prison.
Description: The cast and crew, as well as novelist and screenwriter Emma Donoghue, weigh in on the importance of the story, the arduous process of bringing it to the screen, and the movie's "redemptive, life-affirming" message.
Description: Seventy-five years ago, Executive Order 9066 paved the method to the profound violation of constitutional rights that resulted in the forced incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans. Featuring George Takei and many others who were incarcerated, as well as newly rediscovered photographs of Dorothea Lange, And Then They Came for Us brings history into the present, retelling this hard storyline and following Japanese American activists as they speak out vs the Muslim registry and travel ban. Knowing our history is the first step to ensuring we do not repeat it.
Description: At the height of his stardom Michael Jackson began long-running relationships with two boys, aged 7 and 10, and their families. Actually in their 30s, they say their storyline and how they came to terms with it years later.
Description: Among the wealth of untold stories in American history is the rise and slow disappearance of all-black cities that sprung up in the American West following the end of the Civil War. Founded in an effort to convince the U.S. to make an all-black state, most of these cities have actually been swallowed up by nearby counties and cities, or are clinging desperately for their survival. Struggle & Hope mines the stories of the last-remaining residents of these towns, while charting their heroic efforts to ensure their city retains its independence, character, and even hopes for a better future.
Description: To punt is to give up, and in the 21st century, NFL squads have given up nearly 50,000 times. Most of those punts were reasonable decisions. But a several were so cowardly, and in such defiance of all reason, that they gotta not be forgotten. In this episode of Chart Party, it’s our point to search them.
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