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Description: “Let’s see if you gained any weight. 26,3 kilogram. Ahmet, you need to eat more. Double meals.” Like another men their age, Baran, Ahmet and their classmates wrestle with the desire for recognition, with homesickness and with their goal weights. Most of all though, they wrestle with, and against, one another. They are comrades and competitors, united by one and the same dream: Olympic gold! In their wrestling academy in the Turkish province of Amasya, which is well known for this traditional form of combat sport, they undergo strength and endurance training, they learn lifts and throws, they urge every another on and they console one another. Everytime responding to the boys’ needs, the trainers give the men tough love, sometimes fatherly, sometimes strict and disciplinary. The film’s intimate documental camera bears close witness to the fine line between friendship and competition, win and the lesson of how to lose.
Description: Author/Architect Sarah Susanka brings her "not so big" ideas to DVD in a unique named THE NOT SO BIG HOUSE: HOME BY DESIGN. Watch as Sarah presents residential design principles that emphasize quality over quantity. The tool details "Not So Large Design Situation Study" videos of well-designed homes that exemplify her design approach. Whether building a fresh home, remodeling a dwelling or trying to search more day-to-day pleasure in the limited zone of a condo or apartment, this tool matches homes with today's lifestyles.
Description: “Bored in Heaven” follows Fresh Years celebrations in Putian, Fujian, Southeast China. An experiential project based on 20 years of research by Kenneth Dean and Zheng Zhenman, this movie illustrates the growing intensity of local traditions, as rural villages and their temples transition into a fresh century. Villages in this part of China are undergoing radical transformations. As land that was once public and agricultural is rebuilt and changes hands, the intricate temple system has responded. During the Cultural Revolution temples were torn down—now they are being built up into ritual alliances.
Description: Reflects on the similarities between Puerto Rico and Cuba in musical, cultural, and physical terms. A adventure through these two Caribbean countries will move the viewer to play both melody and pretty landscapes. It shows not only iconic places, but special collaborations among Puerto Rican and Cuban artists performing together for the first time to delight audiences with musical arrangements that are innovative and different.
Description: Capturing the storyline of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with unprecedented access, director Laura Poitras finds herself caught between the motives and contradictions of Assange and his inner circle in a documentary portrait of power, betrayal, truth and sacrifice.
Description: “Once upon a time, before folks came along, all the monsters were gratis and able to be with one another”, narrates the voiceover. “All the animals danced together and were immeasurably happy. There was only one who wasn’t invited to the celebration – the frog. In his rage about the injustice, he committed suicide.” Something Romani and frogs have in common is that they will never be unseen, or stay unnoticed. In her film, young director Leonor Teles weaves the life circumstance of Romani in Portugal today with the recollections of a yesterday. Anything but a passive observer, Teles consciously decides to participate and take up position. As a third pillar, she establishes an active applied performance art that becomes integrated in the cinematic narrative. Thereby transforming “once upon a time” into “there is”. “Afterwards, nothing will be as it was and the music of life will have changed”, explains a voice off-camera. Golden Bear for Greatest Short Movie 2016
Description: Liz Bonnin presents a controversial and provocative episode of Horizon, investigating how fresh scientific research is raising difficult questions about zoos - the movie explores how and why zoos hold animals, and whether they need to change to hold up with modern science, or ultimately be consigned to history.
Description: about 20th Century Fox's attempts to create a star out of actress Debra Paget, with dubious results. Did she not wish to be a star? Did audience not like her? So many factors are in play, but Fox tried and tried and nothing worked. You can be the judge.
Description: Maximum Ophuls is the legendary director and two of his favourite actors are James Mason and Danielle Darrieux. Mason and Darrieux were every in few Ophuls projects but were never together in an Ophuls movie, although they could have been. What might that film have been like? It's anybody's guess (but cinephiles can dream, can't they?). Somewhere between a historical essay and a speculative one.
Description: Documentary about how the comeback of the railway industry impacted Puerto Rican culture economically, socially, and humanistically during the first half of the 20th century. It contains images by Jack Delano, among others, and scenarios to reconstruct the experience of what should have been the last trip made by train from San Juan to Ponce in 1953.
Description: A documentary about the actually abandoned and very influential punk club S.O.36. A punk melody club on Oranienstrasse near Heinrichplatz in the zone of Kreuzberg in Berlin, Germany.
Description: An expedition to the dirty abyss of professional sports. The award winning investigative journalist Benjamin Greatest (CNN Journalist of the Year 2011) takes a global look behind the scenes at the colorful globe of sports and exposes the bitter taste behind the multi-billion sports business.
Description: PATIENT is the word that defines us as we follow medical instructions or have to stay calm while we wait. In Colombia, a country where the harsh health system requires its players to face absurd bureaucratic obstacles to access its services, PATIENT is not only the one who has the disease, but also the one in the everyday struggle ensuring that his or her loved one receives all important needs. Nubia is a PATIENT, a mother who, despite living with the anguish of possibly losing her daughter to an aggressive cancer, firmly gets to overcome the labyrinths established by the Health System processes upon which her daughter's life depends.
Description: Vice.com We went to North Korea to test and penetrate the Korean Detail Movie Studio, the state-run movie production facility west of Pyongyang: a sprawling lot that at its height produced around 40 movies a year.
Description: Provides special access inside Simpson's civil trial and his rare deposition tapes. Fred Goldman and members of the civil trial legal team, including Daniel Petrocelli, are interviewed exclusively for the special.
Description: A young girl escapes the fight in Syria and ends up in the forest in Sweden. Listening to melody is a method for her to survive and bring her back, in dreams and memories, to her homeland.
Description: Detail documentary debut of 29 year old director Kei Tanaka. In the Japanese city of Kawasaki, elderly residents who have lived difficult lives are actually facing their own death at a public housing complex named “Danchi“. The young director explores and depicts the ageing population in Japan by focusing on the private lives of several individuals who live quietly on the outskirts of society. While some of the protagonists chose to interact and establish friendships with their fellow elderly residents, others prefer to spend the rest of their years in solitary.
Description: A dive, the midday sunlight filtering down through the water. The air in her lungs has to last until she can dislodge the abalone. Dives like these have been carried out in Japan for over 2000 years by the Ama-San.
Description: On April 1, 1945, the United States military launched its invasion of the main island of Okinawa, the begin of a war that was to last 12 weeks and claim the lives of some 240,000 people. This movie depicts the War through the eyes of Japanese and American troops who fought every another on the same battlefield, along with Okinawa civilians who were swept up in the fighting. The movie also depicts the history of discrimination and oppression forced upon Okinawa by the American and Japanese governments. Carrying up to the actual controversy over the construction of a fresh base at Henoko, the movie explores the root causes of the widespread disillusionment and anger expressed by many Okinawans. This ambitious documentary was directed by the American John Junkerman, long-term resident of Japan and Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker. Okinawa: The Afterburn is a heartfelt plea for peace and an expression of deep respect for the unyielding spirit of the Okinawa people.
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