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Description: Bronek Pekosinski lives in Zamosc, Poland. He is probably 83 years old. He has no family and does not really know who he is. Everything about his life is fictitious: symbolic is the date of birth - the day Globe Fight II broke out, as well as his surname - after PKOS, an abbreviation of a charitable institution, and the zone of birth - the Nazi concentration camp, from where his mother threw him over a barbed wire fence. Even his mates and guardians turned out to be false. Only his loneliness and his hump seem to be authentic. Two nice powers have vied for young Bronek's soul: Roman-Catholic church and a totalitarian state. He fell into alcoholism. Partially paralyzed as the result of cerebral hemorrhage, he is fired with an ambition of acquiring a mastery in a minigame of chess.
Description: This is a movie about practical fishing with dry flies. We are together with Morten Oland, who travels to a number of exciting fishing waters in Denmark, Greenland, Germany, Fresh Zealand, Lapland, Sweden. We follow him closely when he takes the insects to be imitated, and we are there when Morten select the right fly in every fishing situation. With underwater cameras, we go beneath the surface and see birds, fish and insects from fresh angles. It has taken few years to finished the filming of this movie. It is both instructive, inspiring and beautifully filmed with lots of fish delight, fish action, and many pretty catches.
Description: "No Flower Without Rain" is the 3rd AKB48 documentary. The film detail different moments of 2012, such as Maeda Atsuko's graduation, Sashihara Rino's transference to HKT48, Oshima Yuko's winning the 4th Senbatsu Election and the Tokyo Dome concert.
Description: This is a film in the series The Fish & The Fly . In these movies , we go deep into the features of every fishing case , as a fly fisherman meetings. We have traveled to different wonderful fishing waters in order to search the greatest methods to present fly fishing with nymph. In the film, together with Morten Oeland that shows how he fishes in the many various fishing cases we experience. We see the natural nymphs on quite closely, and Morten shows practically fly fishing with his greatest imitation of these nymphs. As in the another movies , we have located underwater cameras in the fishing territories while we fish , and we receive fresh insight into the movements of the fish when we thus come under the surface.
Description: Sistiaga painted directly on 70mm movie a circular (planetary?) form, around which dance shifting colours in a psychedelic acceleration matched by the soundtrack’s deep-space roar and howl. - Cinema Scope
Description: We are back with Morten Oeland on fishing trips in fully various environments. We fish in cold rivers, high altitude mountain lakes and salt water from the launch coast. It's about both streamers and surface flies. We see what meal stuff streamers imitate, and we see the various techniques Morten uses when he fishes flies. With underwater cameras, we see wonderful footage of trout that hug the streamer, and we see the fish reactions to our flies - up close - underwater. He's known for his innovative fly tying techniques that are both easy and effective. In tying the film, he shows exactly how he ties streamers and surface flies. Most flies are his own effective patterns.
Description: This is dry fly fishing at its best. Terrestrials are land insects - grasshoppers, beetles, crane flies etc. Many of these insect imitations gotta simply have in his fly box, and Morten Oeland shows why. We are there when he fishes his terrestrial imitation of a tons of nice fishing trips in Denmark, Greenland, Germany, Fresh Zealand, Lapland, Sweden. We see when he chooses the fly, and we see how he chooses strategies and fishing techniques for every situation. It is a movie filled with valuable facts and notification about this unique dry fly fishing. Morten is also a highly skilled and experienced fly tying. In the second movie on the DVD, it is about tying the terrestrial imitations he uses. He shows step by step its very easy and innovative binding techniques that are special to every fly.
Description: Laibach North American Tour 2004 and Laibach live 13.12.2004 La Locomotive, Paris, France This Movie is a special document of the Laibach tour, during the traumatic post-election atmosphere in The USA, a country deeply divided by two opposite political and cultural poles. The tour has been therefore called "The Divided States of America Tour".
Description: A feature-length documentary about priests and nuns who protested the Vietnam Fight by breaking into draft boards, destroying draft records, and then waiting around to be arrested. Their actions inspired a movement, which shaped the anti-war movement and helped bring an end to the draft.
Description: Lucy Daniels believes that a family secret said to her as a four year-old radically impacted the trajectory of her life, and set in motion a life-long debilitating mental illness. Born into a strong newspaper-magnate family, from an early age Lucy defined her worth by her ability to write. Despite early success, she was struck with severe anorexia and underwent brutal treatment in mental institutions, only to survive, pen her first best-seller, and ultimately victory a Guggenheim Prize in literature - all before the age of 22. The first of its kind, this hybrid documentary weaves together 'relational' recreations, animated dream sequences, constructed worlds and intimate interviews to say a worthwhile storyline of survival and creativity, filtered through the eyes of filmmaker and subject.
Description: Ballot Measure 9 was an anti-gay amendment proposed to Oregon voters in 1992 by the conservative group, Oregon Citizen's Alliance. This documentary goes behind the scenes of the war to stop Measure 9. It includes portions of anti-gay videos produced by the Citizen's Alliance as well as news clips and interviews with the folks who successfully fought passage of Measure 9.
Description: In this German film, inmates guilty of a prison murder are place on trial before a court consisting of another inmates. The trial is given the full formal treatment it might obtain in a civilian setting. The key mission in this movie is that these are the current murderers admitting their current crimes before a judges' panel consisting of their peers: current prisoners at the same institution. Having no force of law, the trial proceeds without reaching a conclusion. That is something the viewer is asked to provide. This film won a Silver Bear from the 1974 Berlin Movie Festival.
Description: In the 1968 movement in Paris, Jean-Luc Godard made a 16mm, 3-minute long film, Film-tract No.1968, Le Rouge, in collaboration with French artist Gérard Fromanger. Starting with the shot identifying its game written in red paint on the Le Monde for 31 July 1968, the movie shows the process of making Fromanger’s poster image, which is thick red paint flows over a tri-color French flag. —Hye Young Min
Description: An intimate study of one of the most influential and provocative thinkers of the 20th century tracking feminist icon Susan Sontag’s seminal, life-changing moments through archival materials, accounts from friends, family, colleagues, and lovers, as well as her own words, as read by Patricia Clarkson.
Description: For almost 50 years, the world's population has grown at an alarming rate, raising fears about strains on the Earth's resources. But how real are these claims? Taking cues from stats guru Hans Rosling, Misconception offers a provocative glimpse at how the world—and girls in particular— are tackling a topics at once private and global. Following three individuals, director Jessica Yu focuses on the human implications of this highly charged political issue, inspiring a new look at the consequences of population growth. In English, Hindi, Mandarin, and Russian with subtitles.
Description: The two Hungarian Acrobatic Paraglider athletes Pál Takáts and Gábor Kézi train themselves to be the bests in the sport they live for. They travel around the world, victory tournament after competition, and finally reach their target of a lifetime: to be professional athletes, who can create a living form the sport they love. - Written by András Kollmann
Description: The priest Børre Knudsen is Norway's most infamous anti-abortionist, and much hated for this. He fought for his cause without thinking about the consequences for his family and his kids even in the worlds most democratic country.
Description: This documentary brings alive a remarkable artist’s passionate adventure through a turbulent century. Both epic and surprisingly intimate, the movie presents a classic American immigrant saga, an inspiring find for artistic independence, and a nice romance. Along the way, Biberman's growing commitment to social justice and struggle vs McCarthy-era repression (his brother, director Herbert Biberman, went to prison as one of The Hollywood Ten) combine with his efforts to make both a loving family life and a groundbreaking body of work. With its grand scope, rich personalities, and vast array of breathtaking artwork, Brush With Life connects us in a deeply private method to a brilliant artist who lived by the same high standards he set for his paintings.
Description: The Pictures that Moved (1896-1920) - A novel moving picture of Australia early in the 20th century. It moves through ethnographic and actuality films, newsreels and details to the 1920 details Robbery Under Arms and The Sentimental Bloke. The Passionate Industry (1920-1930) - The twenties was a passionate period - a decade of fervent, feverish activity in the movie industry in Australia when over 100 detail movies were made. Fewer than 30 survive today. This documentary details For the Term of His Natural Life, the husband-and-wife squad of Louise Lovely and Wilton Wench and the work of director Raymond Longford among material from 50 newsreels, 16 detail movies and still photographs drawn from over 70 collections. Actually You're Talking (1930-1940) - The storyline of the Australian movie industry in the thirties, from the pioneering days of "talkies" through to the decline of the industry with the coming of Globe Fight Two.
Description: This innovative and spectacular 3-part series shows how examples from nature can create human beings and their machines faster, smarter and more efficiently. Whether in ice deserts, under thousands of meters of water, or on the highest mountains in Order to survive, animals need the conceivable best, toughest and most sophisticated equipment. Over the past three and a half billion years of evolution everytime had it develop new, more crafty plans and recipes. When we observe people's nature, therefore we search many of our own toughest technical issues already solved. We just have to look closely.
Description: Shurochka, the film’s hero, spends her life walking from one village to other in order to weigh tractors. Yet, this makes just one part of her existence. She dances to Utiosov’s songs, she smiles to the pictures of old Soviet actresses and shows a unbelievable taste for life amidst the lonely provincial disorderliness.
Description: How to combine modernity and fundamentalist Islam. "Saudi Solutions" is a special and revealing documentary about the lifestyles and attitudes of ambitious career womenin conservative Saudi Arabia - the only country in the Arabworld where girls are obliged to cover themselves inabayas and aren't allowed to drive cars. Because of the powerful influence of fundamentalist Islam on society, filmingis severely restricted in Saudi Arabia. With special access to the Kingdom, Backlight had the occasion to movie the everyday routines of Saudi working women. This documentaryfeatures a top gyneacologist, a TV news anchor woman, a photographer, and a university professor. It also introducesthe wealthy Prince Al-Waleed, who passionately promotes the acceptance of girls into the workforce. He kindly invitesBacklight to his luxury desert camp, but there are no girls to be found - only thousands of men.
Description: Chile hosts a decisive Globe Cup qualifier at Santiago’s National Stadium just weeks after the stadium had been transformed into a concentration camp and killing field for enemies of Augusto Pinochet (who had just gained power in a military coup). Though FIFA investigates the matter, the minigame goes on, with the Chilean squad winning in a walkover after their enemies from the Soviet Union boycott in protest over the stadium's test
Description: Just as the original hobos of the early 20th century were scorned the mainstream of society, so too are today's train riders. FREELOAD is a dive into a beggar's existence. It is a ride through America's backyard. It is a musical endeavor that feels like a drama. It is a sociological examination of the ignored.
Description: The objective of "Viramundo" was to question why the Military Coup d' État in Brazil happened without any famous resistance or revolution or reaction of the society. "Viramundo" shows the saga of the northeastern migrants that arrive in São Paulo, beginning with a train arriving and ending with a train leaving São Paulo in a cycle repeated everyday. There is a comparison between specialized and non-specialized workers, with the parallel opinions of a qualified worker and a non-qualified worker. Then it shows some workers of the civil construction and from the industry. Later, it is presented the preachers and the "umbanda" (a Brazilian religion and sort of variation of voodooism and fetishism) and their followers. The charity and the opinion of Mr. Entrepreneur are also presented in this documentary that exposes wounds in Brazilian society.
Description: Call Me Malcolm is an nice storyline of the human spirit and God's spirit, and the liberating struggle to realize and express with confidence the marvelous gift of one's truest sense of self. As Malcolm shares his own storyline and through the stories of others we meet, Call Me Malcolm offers us a glimpse into the true lives of true folks who are transgender. But it is only a glimpse. There are many stories to be said and Malcolm supports us create connections to our own stories, encouraging us to share them. That can seem daunting in a culture which has done more to heap shame on persons who identify as transgender. The nice news of Malcolm's storyline is the method in which shame and fear are overcome by grace, compassion and knowledge. Viewers cannot support but come to a deeper understanding of faith, love, and gender identity, and by doing so, arrive at a deeper understanding of their own journey.
Description: Awake Zion explores the connections between Rasta, Reggae and Judaism, through one woman's beat-laden journey into the meaning of identity. All the method back to the alleged sultry affair between the Jewish Lord Solomon and the African Queen of Sheba, Jewish influence is evident in the spiritual history of Ethiopia - turning up subtly in Rastafarian lifestyle and then, inevitably, in reggae. Unravelling the storyline of this unlikely kinship, Awake Zion unites Jewish and Jamaican musicians, scholars, and historians in a celebration roots and culture - traveling from Crown Heights, Brooklyn, where Caribbean and Jewish cultures share a history of adversity - to Jamaica, the birthplace of reggae - and ultimately to Israel, where a sizzling reggae stage thrives today. Awake Zion examines the preconceptions of what it means to be Jewish, what it means to be Rasta, what it means to be white or black - and, most importantly, the universal find for what it means to be "home".
Description: Robert Mann has been a vital force in the globe of melody for more than seventy years. As founder and first violinist of the Julliard String Quartet, and as a soloist, composer, teacher, and conductor, Mann has brought a refreshing sense of journey and discovery to chamber melody performance, master classes, and orchestral performances worldwide. In Speak the Music, the 93-year-old Mann shares private anecdotes from his childhood and musical training. Director Allan Miller combines archival performance footage, candid interviews, and glimpses into Mann's personal lessons with today's most promising violinists to honor one of classical music's best living artists. (C) First Run
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