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Description: Receive up close to the action as you re-live the wonderful sights and displays from the Royal International Air Tattoo 2013! Highlights include; behind-the-scenes 'Under The Radar' at RIAT, details on the Airbus A400M, the Flying Bulls, Red Arrows and Patrouille de France, as well as an interview with Sir David Jason, Honorary Vice Patron of the Air Tattoo.
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Description: The globe knows Paul Newman as an Academy Award winning actor with a fifty-plus year career as one of the most prolific and revered actors in American Cinema. He was also well known for his philanthropy; Newman's Own has given more than four hundred and thirty million dollars to charities around the world. Yet several know the gasoline-fueled passion that became so necessary in this complex, multifaceted man's makeup. Newman’s deep-seated passion for racing was so intense it nearly sidelined his acting career. His racing career spanned thirty-five years; Newman won four national championships as a driver and eight championships as an owner. Not terrible for a guy who didn't even begin racing until he was forty-seven years old.
Description: In this first project of Kim Longinotto while she was a student at Englands National School of Tv and Movie she filmed the everyday life in a women boarding school situated in an old isolated castle in Buckinghamshire. Until she was 17, Longinotto lived in this boarding school, finaly she run away from there. In this dark and expressive black and white documentary, Longinotto exposes the repressive school from the students perspective. It seems to be a type of miniature state with bizzare rules, idigestibel meal and absurd punishments. The documentary starts with an graduation ceremony. The director blows her own trumpet, afterwards the movie describes the everyday routine of schoollife. The movie ends up with the students leaving for holidays. As a effect of this documentary, the boarding school was closed down one year after the release of the film.
Description: A movie study in which the symbol of flight which contradicts human limitations inspires an emotional rhythm of scenes varying along three lines: the human desire for the sky (the first attempts for flight), the death of birds (experiments on animals) and the death of a human being in heights (a fall which isn´t a flight).
Description: This documentary recounts the dysfunctional state of the death penalty in the state of California by revisiting the crimes, arrest, trials and appeals of Lawrence Bittaker, a convicted serial assassin who has been on death row at San Quentin since 1981.
Description: Extreme Winter contains rare footage and private interviews with a unique group of athletes, including a number of past and actual globe champions, as they challenge the most intimidating forces of nature during her most volatile year, and share "how" and "why" they challenge the limits of convention.
Description: Following the adventure of a group of young girls as they compete for spots on the 2004 U.S. synchronized swimming squad and train relentlessly to victory an Olympic medal, Sync or Swim offers a uniquely intimate look at a mocked and misunderstood sport that combines artistic and athletic expression. The movie also examines the media storm that threatens the team's Olympic dreams when one of its members suffers devastating injuries and faces manslaughter charges as a effect of a tragic vehicle accident. Juxtaposing scenes that are intense and emotional, uplifting and mesmerizing, quirky and entertaining, Sync or Swim is the first-ever behind the scenes documentary about the making of the U.S. Olympic Synchronized Swimming Team.
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This documentary is a difficult pass. There are a several interview tidbits that are interesting (if nothing really new), but each scene, each transport is counteracted by von Trotta's deep need for attention and recognition. I don't have a trouble with filmmakers inserting themselves into their own documentary, but this is just ridiculous: She is front and center. And about half of the runtime is about her, not Bergman. How she was inspired to become a filmmaker because of Bergman, how she felt honored, because he liked a film of hers forty years ago. It becomes unbearable very quickly. If you wish to watch a informative documentary about Bergman, avoid this production like the plague. There's some interesting notification burried there, somewhere beneath the layers of self-promotion and self-congratulatory chest pounding, but it's simply not worth the effort. A better game would be "The unbelievable filmmaker Margarethe von Trotta looks back on her best achievements (and there's Bergman)". I hated it.
Greetings again from the darkness. Despite his being one of the most productive and influential filmmakers of all-time, it's understandable if you are concerned that a biopic of Ingmar Bergman might be a bit dry or hard to connect with ... you know, type of like his movies. The satisfied truth is that Margarethe von Trotta, Felix Moeller, and Bettina Bohler have collaborated on this very interesting dig inside the mind and process of this remarkable Swedish artist.Mr. Bergman's greatest known movies include: THE SEVENTH SEAL (1957), WILD STRAWBERRIES (1957), PERSONA (1966), CRIES AND WHISPERS (1972), SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE (1973), FANNY AND ALEXANDER (1982). It's likely you have either seen all of these or none, but either way, as long as you have some interest in the history of cinema, you'll be hooked on the multiple interviews and clips provided here.Among those interviewed are actress Liv Ullman (she turns 80 this year), who appeared in 10 (she tells 11) Bergman films. She cheerfully recalls the first time she met the director and how it led to their first collaboration, PERSONA. We also hear insight and private stories from director and fellow Swede Ruben Ostlund (director of the terrific FORCE MAJEURE), Swedish documentarian Stig Bjorkman, and two of Bergman's sons, Daniel and Ingmar Jr. On the private side, we learn the legendary filmmaker was son to the Parson of a local church, married 5 various girls and fathered 9 kids via 6 girls (his 5 wives plus Liv Ullmann), and that he wasn't close to any of his children. He was described as viewing childhood through his own, rather than that of his kids. On his 60th birthday, there was an unusual gathering of all 9 children, many who had never previously met.Maybe some of this is explained by Bergman's own definition of art as "therapy for the artist". This makes sense as so many discuss his insecurities and his own concerns with never being nice enough. This despite a career of 50 plus movies (many of which are studied in movie classes) and nearly three times that many scene productions. Being wrongfully accused of tax evasion in 1976 affected his health and career, as well as his love of homeland Sweden. He moved to Germany before living out most of his life on the island of Faro - where he also filmed many movies.The interviews presented here by Ms. Von Trotta (herself an accomplished filmmaker and actress) are every informative, though extra interviews from Maximum von Sydow, Bibi Andersson (each appeared in 13 Bergman movies), and Woody Allen (the American filmmaker most closely associated with Bergman) would not just have added flavor, but were also type of expected. The end effect is that we view Bergman as the ultimate brooder, and one who had much respect and admiration for actors. Though he passed away in 2007 (the same day as director Antonioni), we are actually even more convinced that Ingmar Bergman was a master of both the written word and on screen imagery.
"Ingmar Bergman - Vermächtnis eines Jahrhundertgenies" or "Searching for Ingmar Bergman" is a fresh German/French collaboration released in 2018. The director and writer is renowned filmmaker Margarethe von Trotta and she collaborated with her son Felix Moeller in both fields. The subject, i.e. the center of the film, is in the title. These 95 mins are about late Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, who is considered by many one of the greatest directors of all time, maybe the greatest that ever came from Europe. So even if I am not too familiar with his works, i gotta tell thatg the boy deserves a high-quality documentary about him. This is not what we have here. Some of the interviews are nice and that is also the main reason why I give this movie 3 stars out of 5 and a positive recommendation. It was a truly close call due to von trotta's self-centered approach and that is really a trouble that exists in many of her works I gotta say. She has a tendency to place herself method too much in the middle of the film instead of beinf restrained and allowing all the focus and fixation to be projected to the contents, here the topics of Ingmar Bergman. I will mention a several examples. The first one would be how they included von Trotta's Goldel Lion victory early on. The second would be how they rushed in her fame doubts if she is the right person to create this movie only to allow us know that Bergman considered one of von Trotta's works among his top10 favourite movies. And how long she goes on about that. It never feels authentic as if she is humbled and proud, but as if she wants to say everybody in the audience that her work was appreciate by an all-time great. And closely similar to that, we have scenes from "Die bleierne Zeit" that just donät fit in at all in an Ingmar Bergman themed film. It's not like they showed scenes from another movies from Bergman''s top10. Also I was never convinced von Trotta's connection with Bergman here was significant enough for her to create this movie, but maybe that's just me. She adds nothing despite being seen on screen all the time and the now interesting and significant information, even by fresh rising Swedish filmmakers like Östlund, who have virtually no connection to Bergman, are because they have something of quality to say, not by any means that MvT somehow gets these notification out of them. She does nothing really, except being there and taking herself seriously. it was painful to watch. This was also among the main reasons I trust why the interview with Liv Ullmann that really should have been the center of the whole thing fell incredibly flat unfortunately. The only thing memorable there was maybe how MvT got the number of Ullmann's appearances in Bergman movies wrong and that tells it all. Disappointing. Luckily, to my surprise, virtually each another interview guest had something to tell that stayed more in the mind. But yeah, I want so much that somebody else should have made this movie or at least that we would not have to sit through MvT's fully forgettable visual presence here. The last shot being about her and not about Ullmann tells it all. Shameful. Also a bit of a pity that Maximum von Sydow wasn't part of it. Maybe he smelled the direction this was heading. I cannot imagine they did not ask him, also with the most memorable stage they included focusing on him. Nice for him I guess. This is really far away from the lvl it should have been and I only give it a very cautious thumbs-up. Hopefully we receive a better Bergman documentary in the next years. There's really a lot worth finding out about the boy and his art.
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