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Description: Welcome to the enlightening fresh globe of Real-Time Aurora filming! Experience northern lights on screen like you've never seen before captured at 24 frames per second! Alaska's Mind Blowing Aurora is 47 mins of melody to the eyes, ears & soul as it chronicles the journeys of long-time professional Aurora Hunter Todd Salat. With his truck camper as a android base camp gain an insider's perspective as Salat aurora hunts throughout the Alaska Range, the Interior and into the far northern reaches of the Brooks Range in find of heroic moments in nature that are truly mind blowing!
Description: For decades David and Malinda Bakara have searched for the legendary cryptid known as Bigfoot. And they're not alone. In 2016 the Bakaras opened Expedition: Bigfoot! -- a one-of-a-kind repository of all things Sasquatch. We visited Mr. Bakara to learn more about his experiences, his convictions, and why he believes there's overwhelming evidence for this creature's existence.
Description: Sixteen years after rebels abducted him as a child, Opono Opondo returns home to Uganda as an adult fight commander. Actually he has to re-adapt to civil society. Opono grew up to become a fight commander in the Lord's Resistance Units of Joseph Kony. Now, Opono gotta war for acceptance back home, in a zone where he doesn't know the codes and conventions and where the neighbors fear him. The movie shows Opono's war for his future, while struggling to come to terms with his past and to reconcile with his family.
Description: Brazilian poet Torquato Neto, born in Piauí, lived passionately through fracturous times and worked in few fields, including music, journalism, and cinema. He was an active participant in the revolution of Tropicália and marginal art, which changed the course of Brazilian culture in the 1960s and 1970s. The writer of “Geléia Geral” with Gilberto Gil, “Mamãe, Coragem” with Caetano Veloso, and “Let’s Enjoy That” with Jards Macalé, Neto committed suicide on his 28th birthday.
Description: Following Loach's earlier movie A Question of Leadership, this movie is a wide-ranging study of the trade union movement, with powerful criticism of leading trade unionists.
Description: Moustapha Alassane is a living legend in African cinema. His journeys take us to the era of “pre-cinema”, to the times of magical lantern and Chinese shadows. He is the first director of Nigerien cinema and animation movies in Africa. He says very old stories with actual technology, but he also narrates the most actual happenings with the most archaic means. This documentary not only says the journey of a human being and an extraordinary professional, but the memories of a generation, the history of a country, Niger, in its golden age of cinema.
Description: Follow Basil as he navigates our modern cultural landscape, engaging with a group of spiritual "nones" (religious unaffiliated) in honest and launch discussion on religion and spirituality, while recounting his own adventure as a "none" in find of spiritual wholeness.
Description: Arsenal, under the management of Arsene Wenger, managed to claw their method to the game after being fully out of the championship race before Christmas. In winning the double in style, the 'Gunners' may finally have lost their 'Boring, Boring Arsenal' tag, thanks to Dennis Bergkamp, Patrick Viera, Emmanuel Petit, Nicholas Anelka and Marc Overmars. All the highlights are included here, alongside interviews with Petit, Vieira and Wenger.
Description: The true truth behind the kid security system. Social workers, Judges, Lawyers and Guardians of the court all working together to safe the removal of kids from their families and traffic them around the UK.
Description: Nefertiti's Daughters is a storyline of women, art and revolution. Said by prominent Egyptian artists, this documentary witnesses the critical role revolutionary road art played during the Egyptian uprisings. Focused on the role of girls artists in the struggle for social and political change, it spotlights how the iconic graffiti of Queen Nefertiti placed her on the front lines in the ongoing war for women's rights and freedom in Egypt today.
Description: This stream-of-consciousness should be nothing less than pathway of the soul, as photos of Marilyn's window are remembered from inside-out, its "view" interwoven with all of another windowing and the Elements of the known world.
Description: This is a movie made in Toronto, in memoriam, so to speak - a memory piece, a "piecing-together" of the experience of living there. The consciousness of the maker comes to sharply focused visual melody - not to arrive at snapshots, as such, but rather to "sing" the town as remembered from everyday living...complementary, then, to an earlier film, "Unconscious London Strata."
Description: WORM AND WEB LOVE starts with bracketed light, a throbbing worm in the sand and sea foam mixed with grass and oceanic detritus, later superimposed upon the dark blue-toned face of a man, then a girl (Michael McClure and Amy Evans McClure), every seen, then on, through superimpositions of drifting smoke and the back-lit stark grid of a spider's web. The obvious affections of the boy and woman, their clear display of love, is metaphored in these tenuous superimpositions, culminating in the frantic movements of the spider itself and the dance of joy of the details of the couple in loving resolution.
Description: After a six -or seven- year study of Hammurabi's Code, original Babylonian Text and translation, I've tried to feel my method into the moving visual thought process of this ancient culture (whose numerical system is composed primarily of building materials, nails, joints and the like): this, then, is a visual melody which balances the two thought processes of Structure and Nature.
Description: "Firstly, I revealed in salutary confession the secret filth of my misdeed, which had long been festering in stagnant silence; and I made it my custom to confess often, and thus to display the wounds of my blinded soul..." (Petrarch, 1352, in a letter to his brother). I want to avoid any "classical" misunderstandings of the above quote by stating clearly here that any sacrifice of love is, yes, "filth" or at the very least "misdeed." An academic reading of Petrarch tends to bias thought that there are kinds of love which might be wrong: I do not trust this. (SB)
Description: Out of the vagueries of sometime beseeming repetitive light patterns, and the delicately variable rhythms of thought process, the imagination of The Monumental and of the Ephemeral are born to mind difficult as nails.
Description: Pun on "light" intended - that short preceding expulsion of breath perhaps the "subject matter" of this movie which centers in consideration of death. It is the third tone poem movie and did much surprise me by thus completing a trilogy of the "4 classical Elements." (SB)
Description: This is an architectural garden of the variably brash rock-solid liquid-encompassing, but everytime imitative, human mind as it processes the given light thoughtfully. This movie is about that.
Description: 3 locations, 760 hours of investigation, condensed into a hair raising 90 Minutes! The most thorough paranormal investigation ever conducted! A zone so active as exorcist had to be flown in! With its violent land lawless past, Old City Saginaw may be one of the most haunted territories in the United States. Running through Old City like a main artery is the infamous Hamilton Street. What will investigators uncover amongst the centuries-old structures? What lurks in the shadows awaiting them? Watch the disturbing evidence unfold as investigators spend an astonishing 24 months exploring prohibition-era tunnels, a former mortuary and a hotel/saloon inhabited by a malevolent demonic entity. Witness the most thorough paranormal investigation ever conducted!
Description: In this landmark movie Professor Hawking, alongside engineer and radio astronomy expert Professor Danielle George and a former student, Christophe Galfard, join forces to search out if, and how, humans can reach for the stars and relocate to various planets. Travelling the globe, they meet top scientists, technologists and engineers who are working to respond our largest questions: is there other planet out there that we should call home? How will we travel across the vast distances of zone to receive there? How will we survive the journey? And how will we set up a fresh human civilization on an alien world? Taking in the recent advances in astronomy, biology and rocket technology from the Atacama Desert to the wilds of the Arctic, viewers will explore a entire globe of cutting edge research. This programme shows that Professor Hawking’s ambition isn’t as fantastical as it sounds - and that science fiction is closer to science fact than we ever thought.
Description: The first part of Judit Eleks long-term documentary portraits the lives of two women in a tiny Hungarian village: Marika and Ilonka. As they grow up, they have to decide between working and learning or marrying at the age of 15 and living up to their parents' expectations.
Description: By approaching the financial system and its contradictions, the movie raises questions about one of the main discourses of the financial authorities: that we can not spend more than we collect. Through few interviews, it gives an overview of how capital can influence politics and governments.
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