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Description: Deep behind-the-scenes into the strip-mined globe of Alberta, Canada, where the vast and toxic Tar Sands deposit supplies the U.S. with the majority of its oil. Through the eyes of scientists, 'big oil' officials, politicians, doctors, environmentalists, and aboriginal citizens directly impacted by 'the biggest industrial project on the planet today,' the filmmakers adventure to both sides of the border to see the emotional and irreversible toll this 'black gold rush' fueled by America's addiction to oil is taking on our planet.
Description: This documentary tool takes an in-depth look at the scientific side of human sexuality and attraction, examining biological ideas and the opinions of experts in order to greater understand the roles that hormones, evolution, and genetics have in determining problems of flirting, love, and passion.
Description: Actually it can be told. In 1995, two wrestling companies squared off on Monday night tv to compete head to head in an unprecedented confrontation. On one side, Vince McMahon, the promoter who created WWE and made the industry what it is today. On the other, WCW, owned by media giant Ted Turner, and run by an ambitious boy called Eric Bischoff. This is the entire story, by those who created it, lived it, and survived it.
Description: Viewers will receive a look at Parker and Stone's thought process as they approach a fresh episode and the 24/7 grind they topics themselves to every time the present is in production. The documentary also contains in-depth interviews with Parker and Stone about their working partnership and reflections on highlights from their careers.
Description: John Boorman met Lee Marvin in London when the latter was making The Dirty Dozen and instantly they struck up a friendship. Shortly afterwards they made two movies together, the first of which was Mission Blank, during which Boorman found that he learnt a lot about screen acting and how to direct from the contributions and help from Marvin. Soon they worked together on Hell in the Pacific. With his friendship providing an insightful collection of memories of Marvin, Boorman leads this intimate documentary on the life of Lee Marvin.
Description: Wild Caribbean is a four-part BBC nature documentary series exploring the natural and cultural history of the Caribbean Islands and Sea. 1. "Treasure Islands" 2. "Reefs and Wrecks" 3. "Hurricane Hell" 4. "Secret Shores"
Description: German director Wim Wenders made this documentary in which he tries to discover the Tokyo that was depicted in the movies of Yasujiro Ozu. When Wenders visits Tokyo for the first time, he finds a very various city, one with a booming fascination with technology that often clashes with the traditional elements of Japanese culture. Wenders also interviews Ozu's cinematographer, Yuharu Atsuta, and Chishu Ryu, an actor who frequently collaborated with Ozu.
Description: This movie is about the "outlaw" country melody movement of the 70s, when artists rejected the glossy, strings filled Nashville sound and made poignant, gritty music. Guy Clark, David Allen Coe, Charlie Daniels and more are featured. Townes Van Zandt really steals the show, though. Out in his ratty trailer he's shown drinking whiskey and shooting bb guns. He sits down in the kitchen and plays some songs for his girlfriend and his elderly black neighbor, Uncle Seymour Washington (whose interactions with Townes are amazing) and plays some of the most nice melody you'll ever hear. There are also some nice scenes of a tiny local ensemble testing in a bar. This is a must-see movie for fanatics of True Country Music™.
Description: About three girls in find of a home return to South Korea after an absence of more than thirty years. In the 1970s, they left everything behind in order to go to Germany as "guest workers." Although assimilated in their fresh country, they long for the old one. Actually they are able to realize their dream of returning with their German husbands to Dogil Maeul, the German village that has been created for folks like them. Situated in a picturesque bay, the village is indeed more German than Germany--there is even entire food bread and Frankfurter sausages. This is the new-old home to which their sixty something husbands Armin, Willi and Ludwig have come in the hope of spending their remaining years. However, there is still something missing for the three girls as they explore it is not so simple to pick up where they left off.
Description: The absurd real storyline of the legal war over the "Million-Dollar Baseball." Barry Bonds' record setting 73rd home run ball sparks a melee in the stands at Pac Bell Park in San Francisco. One guy caught the ball, other guy ended up with it. Who is the rightful owner? The lawyers can't agree; the fanatics can't agree; even the wisened professors of property law can't agree. This is a storyline documenting the hilarious lengths to which someone will go for a baseball, and the several fanatics that will place their lives on keep for years, staking everything on one judge's decision.
Description: In 2003, on the eve of the Iraq war, acclaimed director Iara Lee embarked on a adventure to better understand a globe increasingly embroiled in conflict and, as she saw it, heading for self-destruction. After few years, traveling over five continents, Iara encountered growing numbers of folks who committed their lives to promoting change through the arts. This is their story. From IRAN, where graffiti and rap have become softwares in fighting government repression, to BURMA, where monks acting in the tradition of Gandhi take on a dictatorship, to PALESTINIAN refugee camps in LEBANON, where photography, music, and movie have given a voice to those rarely heard, CULTURES OF RESISTANCE explores how art and creativity can be ammunition in the war for peace and justice.
Description: Reconstructing John’s last day in feature by method of radio and TV reports, the memories of folks John knew and those he encountered before his assassination by Tag Chapman, relive one of the most momentous and tragic happenings in melody history.
Description: Mankind's most carefully guarded secret revealed! For the first time.... notification that you were never meant to know. Nice UFO images and video footage you were never meant to see. over 30 experts are represented in the fields of medicine, physics, science, aviation, journalism, biology, religion, politics, military and more! The difinitive documentary about E.T and UFO disclosure.
Description: Marc Anthony brings his elegant passions to the Large Apple in this exciting 2001 concert performance. The dazzled audience erupts at the singer's knockout, Spanish-language openers, "Y Hubo Alguien" and "Contra la Corriente," swoons to his exultant "You Sang to Me," and hangs on each marvelous syllable in the exquisitely phrased "When I Dream at Night." Anthony's material occasionally slides into bathos ("That's Okay"), but at his greatest he can go from large band salsa ("Nadie Como Ella") to Burt Bacharach-flavored pop-soul ("My Baby You") to gorgeous, breathless ballads ("Da la Vuelta") without breaking a sweat. But when he needs all engines firing at once, such as on his hot-hot-hot large hit, "I Need to Know," the tension and power are delicious. Watching Anthony work a stadium crowd--gliding, dancing, testing to each corner--reminds one of Mick Jagger's playbook.
Description: Documentary in which director Stefan Jarl has a blood use performed on himself to present the "chemical burden" of trace chemicals in the blood of all folks born since Globe Fight II.
Description: They are some of the largest pyramids on the planet, millions of variety of stone and world towering above the landscape in a display of heavy wealth and power. But it wasn't the pharaohs that built these pyramids. This is the majestic ancient town of Teotihuacán, Mexico, home to one of the most strong civilizations of its time. But why, around 750 AD, did the advanced civilization that created Teotihuacán suddenly vanish? The identities of its founders, the language they spoke and even the original name of the town are all unknown. DNA analysis of bodies from Teotihuacán shows they weren't Mayan, Incan or Aztec, but an entirely various civilization. It was assumed to have been a peaceful, utopian society, but the recent discoveries are revealing a much darker scenario. In the depths of Teotihuacán's pyramids, experts have uncovered vault after vault filled with curious human remains.
Description: The documentary one shows the political, economic and social conditions that determined the sprouting of the dictatorship of Trujillo in the Dominican Republic. It offers in addition, a stirring vision of more than twenty years of Dominican history, 1916 to 1937, using for such aim, movies of the time, pictures, documents, near recordings of speeches of Trujillo and their collaborators, as well as another audio-visual resources of spectacular character. This documentary one, with some deficiencies in its dramatic art, obtains of all methods a conviction on the notification handled in its work, saving the audio-visual distances between the historical speech and revelations.
Description: The transformation from small-town Canadian man to international superstar happened almost overnight for recording artist, Justin Bieber. With the support of his mother, Bieber started a You Tube craze fueled by his baby-faced nice looks and impressive musical talent. After being discovered by manager Scooter Braun, and then being signed to Usher s record label, it was evident that "Bieber Fever" was just getting started. Actually a media fixture and a household name, Bieber lights up the scene with his Top 40 hits and winning smile. Justin Bieber: Rise to Fame delves into not only the musical life of the heartthrob, but also how the young star copes with fame and spends his limited gratis time. Packed with previously unseen footage and exclusive interviews with the teen idol himself, Rise to Fame chronicles the life of the worldwide pop phenomenon who is tearing up the charts and melting young hearts.
Description: In 1991, Cameron Todd Willingham's three daughters died in a Corsicana, Texas house fire. Tried and convicted for their arson murders, Willingham was executed in February 2004 despite overwhelming expert criticism of the prosecution's arson evidence. Today, Willingham's name has become a call for reform in the field of forensics and a rallying cry for the anti-death penalty movement; yet he remains an indisputable "monster" in the eyes of Texas Governor Rick Perry, who ignored the science that should have saved Willingham's life. Equal parts murder mystery, forensic investigation and political drama, INCENDIARY documents the haunted legacy of a prosecution built on "folklore."
Description: Tim Bennett, middle-class white guy, started waking up to the global environmental nightmare in the mid-1980s. But life was so busy with raising children and pursuing the American dream that he never got around to acting on his concerns. Until now… Bennett adventures from complacency to consciousness in his feature-length documentary, What a Method To Go: Life at the End of Empire. He reviews his Midwestern roots, ruthlessly examines the stories he was raised with, and then features the grim realities humans actually face: escalating climate change, resource shortages, degraded ecosystems, an exploding global population and teetering global economies.
Description: Boyd Rice may well be the only person alive who's been on a first name basis with both Charles Manson and Marilyn Manson. His career has spanned more than three decades, during which time he has remained at the epicenter of underground culture and controversy.
Description: Beate Uhse was a German pilot and entrepreneur. The only female stunt pilot in Germany in the 1930s, after Globe Fight II she started the first sex store in the world. The company she started, Beate Uhse AG, is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and is the globe leader in sales of sexual aids. The company also started a tv channel on the Premiere network of tv channels.
Description: Superfast, superpowerful, with head-turning looks, the Subaru Impreza is one of the most desirable vehicles on the store today. It has become an icon for a motoring generation in an era where several vehicles can command such loyalty and prestige. The Subaru Impreza enjoys phenominal cult status thanks largely to Colin McRae's storming globe rally championship glory in 1995 with Subaru taking the manufacturers' game (a game they won again in 1996 and 1997).
Description: Viva Zapatero! is a 2005 documentary by Sabina Guzzanti saying her side of the storyline regarding the conflict with Silvio Berlusconi over a late-night TV political satire present broadcast on RAI-3. The show, RAIot (a enjoy on the name of the Italian state public TV: RAI, and the English word riot), lampooned prime minister Berlusconi. Since it wasn't considered a satirical show, but a political one, it was cancelled after the first episode.
Description: Natural Globe visits the Arizona desert, where a fresh honey ant queen wages an intense war for survival as she attempts to build and defend her empire. Eliminating rivals with ruthless efficiency, sacrificing thousands in her quest for domination, murder, cannibalism, genocide - she will do anything to hold her crown. Empire of the Ants is the epic storyline of one honey ant queen's dramatic rise to power - her brutal fall from grace.
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One of the movies featured in the most newest Human Rights Watch annual movie festival, this is a somber, understated, yet relentlessly compelling documentary about the hundreds of unsolved murders of girls that have occurred over the past 10 years in Cuidad Juarez, the Mexican border town across the Rio Grande from El Paso. Portillo, a veteran documentarist from Mexico who focuses her work on women, interviews surviving relatives and a girl who was raped by police and soon shown images of their apparent involvement in ritual sadistic sexual group rape-killings of women. Portillo also presents the chronology of the wave of murders, beginning in 1993, including televised comments by few government officials, an acc of different suspects arrested and detained, and segments of an interview with a federally appointed criminal justice official heading a task force to seek suspects. She mixes this material effectively with footage of the roads of Juarez and still images of a number of the deceased victims. It is known that many of the victims were young terrible girls who came to Juarez to work in the maquilladora factories. Detention of multiple suspects has not stopped the killings. Since the movie was finished these crimes have continued and apparently no fresh arrests have been made. Few confessions have occurred but some of these are strongly rumored to have been made under torture. For the first time, just this year, an official federal count of the number of killings has been announced: 258, including 20 or more since 2001. What Portillo does not create clear is that roughly 90 of the killing fit the profile of young dark skinned women who were raped and then killed. The rest -a majority - did not involve rape and the victims, all women, were of more varied characteristics. Recommended urls of the crimes have been made to drug traffickers, human organ smugglers and sadistic cultists. Portillo strongly implies that high lvl government officials are duplicitous in the problem. This certainly seems likely in view of the fact that websites where bodies were found and another evidence was contaminated or discarded in virtually all cases, making reasonable forensic analysis impossible (you think they'd receive it right after the first hundred or so); there has been no serious, sustained effort at any lvl to upgrade the sophistication of investigations; and local police implicated in some of the crimes have not been indicted to date. Although an American sexual criminal profiler recommended few years ago that someone from the U.S. should be a perpetrator of at least some of these crimes, there has been no followup on that idea. What about a motive? Border cities thrive on illicit activities that create money. The sheer volume of these cases, their steady occurrence over 10 years, the macabre nature of some of the killings - i.e., peculiar mutilations of the bodies, the implied connections to organized crime, and the confinement of the murders to a border city, makes one wonder about the chance that some of these situations might represent an extreme form of "sex tourism": a business in which wealthy sexual sadists from the U.S. or elsewhere might be entering Juarez and paying high fees to witness or take part in group rape/murders. In Los Angeles, soon this autumn, Amnesty International and the UCLA Mexican Studies Tool will co-host an international symposium on this unending wave of unsolved murders of girls in Juarez. This movie will be shown.
This is an excellent, out standing, brilliant documentary about the corruption and dereliction in the mexican police forces vs criminals....i cant suggest this film enough, please go rent it!!! It will create you FEEL the pain of the victims and families....5 out fo 5 stars
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