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Description: An age-obsessed daughter of a plastic surgeon takes a adventure through America's $60 Billion a year anti-aging world. In this Alice-in Wonderland tale, McCabe spends 2 years traveling across America visiting doctors, experts and lives with a cross-section of characters from Minnesota to Texas who've gone to varying lengths to "beat the clock", to paint a funny but troubling portrait of a country that desperately needs to stay young.
Description: Ed Asner narrates this documentary about U.S. involvement in Colombia's drug trafficking and civil unrest. The movie examines the impact of chemical spraying and military funding and reveals alternate U.S. interests. Details interviews with Noam Chomsky, the late Senator Paul Wellstone, Colombian Presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, Congressmen John Conyers and Jim McGovern, U.S. State Department officials, guerilla leaders and others.
Description: Although it might be fun to listen to, freestyling is anything but easy. After all, it's an art form that takes skill, drive and razor-sharp reflexes -- and, usually, plenty of practice. For the first time, the worlds hottest MCs present you how to do it and reveal hints for success, from the basics of how to keep a mic and create a demo to performing live and getting signed.
Description: Documentary about Harvard-trained theologian Stephen Jenkinson, a grief counselor who teaches that death empowers us to live and that we gotta not only agree death but embrace it.
Description: Behind Forgotten eyes combines first-hand accounts from both Korean girls and Japanese troops who lived through one of the worst atrocities in humankind. This is almost out for these girls and their stories.
Description: Supermensch documents the astounding career of Hollywood insider, the loveable Shep Gordon, who fell into melody management by possibility after moving to LA straight out of college, and befriending Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix. Shep managed rock stars such as Pink Floyd, Luther Vandross, Teddy Pendergrass and Alice Cooper, and soon went on to manage chefs such as Emeril Lagasse, ushering in the era of celebrity chefs on television.
Description: In Lepoglava, one of the most notorious penitentiaries in Europe, many regimes have trained their strictness by imposing the brutal ways of the so-called prison rehabilitation. Lepoglava is still the central Croatian penitentiary, in which few prisoners have decided to take up Shakespeare. This is the storyline about those of them who would today, were Shakespeare alive, be the heroes of his plays.
Description: Diseases that were largely eradicated forty years ago are returning. Across the globe kids are dying from preventable conditions, because nervous parents are skipping their children's vaccinations. Yet the stories of vaccine injury are frightening, with rare situations of folks being seriously harm by vaccines. This documentary looks at the growing trend of vaccine hesitancy around the world, exploring the reasons for complacency and concerns, and highlighting the impact of delaying or refusing immunisation.
Description: Inlaws & Outlaws cleverly weaves together the real stories of couples and singles - both gay and straight - and all into a collective narrative that's as hilarious as it is heartbreaking. At the top of the film, we meet a tons of storytellers one on one. We don't know who's gay or straight or who's with whom. As their stories unfold and stereotypes fall by the wayside, love conquers all - and we search ourselves rooting for everyone. With remarkable honesty, nice humor, nice melody and true heart, Inlaws & Outlaws weaves together real stories of couples and singles, gay and straight, to embrace what we all have in common: we love.
Description: The method we harm every another has evolved. Submit the Documentary is an in-depth look into the profound, reality of cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is 24x7x365 and reaches as far as the Internet can carry it. Submit the Documentary is a movie that is informative and all too saying of an epidemic confronting our kids and their well-being. Submit compassionately says the stories of kids and families who are affected by the harsh reality of cyberbullying and details interviews with educators, experts and law enforcement as they tackle this worldwide issue, while offering solutions to this complicated problem.
Description: Far away from any another urban centers, Itapuã is a tiny community with the characteristics and rituals of daily life. The location, which sheltered 1,454 folks and has more than 70 years of existence remains with only 35 residents all over the age of 60. No one likes to remember what the zone was in the past, even though for many the memory is etched on their bodies.
Description: The pond. This is where hockey was born-under the launch sky-where the ice is gritty and so is the play. For generations, Northlanders have grown up on outdoor ice. But, there are fresh climate- controlled arenas in each town, and that's where the children go to practice year-round now.
Description: This documentary movie presents one of the biggest environmental and financial crimes of our days. More specificaly, it explores the irreversible hurt done to the public interest, the environment and the citizens by the construction of personal garbage processing plants.
Description: Yael and Melissa met 7 year ago, while working as strippers in Japan. Yael an, Israeli photographer, filmed their blooming friendship. During the filming Melissa reviled the storyline of her abusive father, the storyline of her 3 abounded kids, and mostly her feeling of being lost in the world. In 2009 after meeting the movie director Limor Pinhasov, they decided to travel to the USA and see how Melissa is doing today. Yael became a respected artist she married and seems to be well. In the USA we found Mellissa struggling one day at the time. The heart of this movie is the strong reunion of two courageous, sincere women.
Description: Andy Warhol is a lyrical exploration of Warhol's constructive process by filmmaker, painter, and actress (Chelsea Girls) Marie Menken. Using a hand-held camera, Menken captures Warhol and his assistants, including Gerard Malanga, as they work at the Factory. The effect is an intimate portrait of the artist in the process of creating some of his most popular works, including the Brillo boxes, the Jackie series, and the Flowers silkscreens. - EAI
Description: Senior love lives abound in The Mayor, the real storyline of an 88-year-old tailchaser, an adoring widow, and a raunchy gossip queen living it up in a retirement home in Texas.
Description: NIC & JERRY GET OFF is a feature-length documentary that follows movie critic Nic Baisley & filmmaker Jerry Cavallaro on their adventure through the 2011 Orlando Movie Festival. Said through the POV of Jerry’s camera with Nic navigating the way, the movie gives an honest look at the movie festival experience.
Description: In Magic Man, Blaine is shown traveling across the country, entertaining unsuspecting pedestrians in Fresh York City, Atlantic City, Dallas, San Francisco, Compton, and the Mojave Desert recorded by a tiny team with handheld cameras. Jon Racherbaumer commented, "Make no mistake about it, the focus of this show, men and girls, is not Blaine. It is really about theatrical proxemics; about the show-within-a-show and the spontaneous, visceral reactions of folks being astonished."
Description: This documentary portrait follows Roller Derby's "Meanest Mama on Skates", Ann Calvello. Actually in her 70s, Ann refuses to give up the limelight - she is still bashing heads on the banked track of any upstart league that will have her. And she's still acting like the bawdy terrible woman of the Derby, even as she bags groceries at her part-time job at Safeway. In the two years the documentary follows her, Ann simultaneously grapples with her declining ability to skate and her determination to be the first professional athlete to have competed continuously in a sport for six decades.
Description: On Dan Taylor's first day out of prison he had nowhere to go, and faced one of the most necessary choices of his life: to return to his past of drug addiction or to test for something better. Through a possibility encounter the next day, he met Derek, a young Christian anarchist, who invited him to transport into a fresh and very unusual community. Named "Our House," it was an alternative to the impersonal shelter system, providing the homeless a secure zone where everyone lived communally (and illegally) in an abandoned warehouse. Besides a roof and healthy food, Dan also found fresh friends, a spiritual haven in a makeshift 'prayer tent,' and the hope of putting his life back together. But when the building is set for demolition to create method for luxury condos, Dan and the another residents gotta confront the inevitable end of their community and what that will mean for their futures.
Description: On November 27, 2000, Blaine began a stunt named "Frozen in Time", which was covered on a TV special. Blaine stood encased in a heavy block of ice located in Times Square, Fresh York City. He was lightly dressed and seen to be shivering even before the blocks of ice were sealed around him. A tube supplied him with air and water while his urine was removed with other tube. He was encased in the box of ice for 63 hours, 42 mins and 15 seconds before being removed with chain saws. The ice was transparent and resting on an elevated platform to present that he was now inside the ice the whole time.
Description: Former United States Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, discusses his career in Washington D.C. from his days as a congressman in the early 1960s to planning the invasion of Iraq in 2003
Description: A landscape narrative in which an unseen kid narrator recounts his extraordinary journey throughout the lifeless suburbs near his Orlando home. Over documentary footage of Central Florida, he says of his experiences - tales of danger, destruction, and close calls, dreams of Utopian achievements for mankind, and visions of fight and conquest, all seamlessly interwoven with matter-of-fact features of his own life.
Description: Despite an increased awareness of overfishing, the majority of folks still know very tiny about the scale of the destruction being wrought on the oceans. This movie presents an unquestionable situation for why overfishing needs to end and shows that there is still an occasion for change. Through reform of the EU‘s Common Fisheries Policy, fisheries ministers and members of the European Parliament can end overfishing. But only if you pressure them.
Description: The Longest Way, a travel blog I kept during my attempt to walk home from Beijing to Germany. It’s a cute comprehensive site: I chronicled what was event on the street for a entire year from 2007 to 2008, and for two more months in 2010 and 2012 respectively. The fresh section of the walk that started in the summer of 2016 is also in there! In total, the website has accumulated more than 600 posts, all of which are in English, and most of which are about walking. There are maps, images and videos to accompany the posts, and for most walking days I would pick a song that I thought was worth listening to on that day. If you read it all, you will receive a cute nice impression of what it was like to walk through Northern China in the Olympic year and the years after, and through Central Asia this year.
Description: This documentary says features how the practice wreaks havoc on the environment and on consumers' health. Through disturbing footage and interviews with experts, director Don McCorkell paints a disturbing portrait of a meal system that uses hormones, antibiotics and arsenic to increase its output with tiny regard for the hurt it causes.
Description: In March 2011 Japan was beset by a large earthquake, a monstrous tsunami and the subsequent meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear plant. In the autumn of 2011, despite tip to the contrary, Aerosmith brought their Back On The Street tour to Japan, a country with which they'd everytime had a unique relationship. The Japanese fanatics came out in their droves and Aerosmith responded with some of the finest gigs of their distinguished career. This movie follows the band on that tour combining full length live tracks with behind the scenes footage which is at times touching and emotional and at others humorous and insightful. More than anything else it demonstrates the Japanese fanatics love affair with Aerosmith and their music.
Description: Keep onto your hats and receive your tickets ready to join our crazy team for a spectacular ride packed full of thrills and spills as we head off on a fresh adventure. All aboard the Tiny Red Bus - we're about to depart! With plenty of fresh tricks planned, and inspired concepts that will use the realms of possibility, talent and teamwork will be required in abundance. Highliners, clowns, musicians, acrobats, climbers - there's zone for everyone onboard the Tiny Red Bus.
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This movie is about our globalised world. It's about how tiny we know about the process that the products we purchase go through. We don't know, and thus don't understand the consequences of our choices. Maybe we don't wish to know? We become emotionally detached because we don't know how the animals we eat are treated, or the consequences our meal has both on our environment and on the folks who produce it. Would we create the same choices if we knew? This movie shows the folks who produce the meal and their dreams. A can of ravioli can say us many things about our society - and this movie did.
An eight-country tour of the vital ingredients that go into making a can of pre-packaged ravioli. It ducks the usual gross-out exploitative route (though there are a several unavoidable scenes set in an active slaughterhouse) by focusing on the private stories of individual workers at every location. That shifts the tone from a disturbing stomach-shifter to a true human interest story, spiced with dashes of sadness, contentment, vengeance and yearning. For those of us watching from the comfort of our first globe couches, it's a vivid, tangible example of the lives our counterparts lead elsewhere in the world. Captivating, stirring and educational, if occasionally too sentimental and lingering.
My main complaint about this movie is that it's emotionally manipulative. It details overuse of melodramatic music, and this frankly comes off as disrespectful to the interview subjects, framing their lives as an epic tragedy when many of them don't seem to see it that way. Conversely, there's the overuse of optimistic classical melody when showing something the filmmaker views as a positive, like tomato or wheat farmers. Overall the movie feels really hamfisted as a result. It's a a shame, because there's some nice documentary footage here. The "beef" segment is surprisingly the greatest executed and least sensationalized.
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