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Description: This tribute to Myrna Loy is organized chronologically with a several photographs, many movie clips, a handful of private appearances, and a detailed commentary delivered on camera by Kathleen Turner. Turner walks us through Loy's career as a dancer and an actress miscast as an exotic. She comes into her own as a grown-up women: shrewd, funny, decorous, and sexy - in "Manhattan Melodrama" and "The Thin Man." Her volunteer work during Globe Fight II, soon scene work, and progressive politics come in for admiration as well. It's her style - seen greatest in her roles as a wife of charm and independence - that's captured and celebrated here.
Description: The constructive documentary Piano User is a storyline about the piano user and musician Oscar Strock, who was a well known tango melody composer in 1920s Europe. Nobody knew him – only his melody was well known. The life of Strock is like a side-show of everlasting debts, long voyages and wild and unlucky love affairs that search their greatest interpretation through his tango music. The piano user is a man, who barely arranges his life according to the political and economic circumstances in the world. To earn money, he plays for pubs and cinema theatres in Riga, Berlin and Paris, and for lovers, he writes the most romantic tango music.
Description: Tony Buba, a movie maker from Braddock, Pennsylvania, says the storyline of his hometown's decline (along with the rest of the steel mill cities along the Monongahela River) while he dreams of making higher budget films. The picture documents, in a lighthearted way, the community anxiety and activism that accompanied the failure of the steel industry around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Description: Affectionate but honest portrait of Thin Lizzy, arguably the greatest difficult rock band to come out of Ireland. Starting with the remix of the classic album Jailbreak by Scott Gorham and Brian Downie, the movie takes us through the rollercoaster ride that is the storyline of Thin Lizzy. From early footage of singer Phil Lynott in Ireland in his pre-Lizzy bands the Black Eagles and Orphanage, it follows his progress as he, guitarist Eric Bell and drummer Brian Downie form the primary three-piece that was to become Thin Lizzy - a name taken from the Beano. Using original interviews with Bell, Downie, the boy who signed them and their first manager, it traces the early years leading to the recruitment of guitarists Brian 'Robbo' Robertson and Scott Gorham - the classic line-up. The movie uses a number of stills, some seen on TV for the first time, archive from contemporary TV shows and a range of tracks both well known and not so famous.
Description: Deep scars run through the Balkans, and a fresh generation actually lives with these scars. Six young folks from six various countries travel across the Balkans together, discovering how nationalism, ethnic tensions and prejudice have shaped people’s lives and affected their own futures.
Description: A line from Whitman, "There was a kid went forth each day," begins this film: a visit to a farm that's a summer camp and progressive school for exploration and discovery. The children, as young as two or three, have room and time to question, wonder, and learn. We build a wading pool, test tools, climb and swing, bath a dog - and learn to live together. There are spats, and tiny adult interference. A tree house sparks children's imagination. They visit a neighboring farm, enjoy with the animals and ride on a tractor that's plowing. They eat and nap. There's storyline time, easels for art, and a lollipop. It's the excellent zone for town kids to be secure from bombardment, tells the narrator.
Description: Our Colonial Hangover analyzes the debate surrounding the racist component of the Dutch Black Pete character. Although the debate everytime heats up around the time of the Saint Nicholas celebrations each December, it reached an unprecedented lvl of ferocity in 2013.
Description: In 1978, Tom Lewis appeared in the Australian detail film, The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith. The life of the hero he played was hauntingly close to his own, a young, restless boy of mixed heritage, struggling for a foothold on the edge of two cultures. Tom's mother is a traditional Indigenous girl of southern Arnhem Land, his father a Welsh stockman who he never really knew. Yellow Fella is a adventure across the land and into Tom's past, as he attempts to search the resting zone of his father and to finally confront the truth of his most inner feelings of love and identity.
Description: Algren will spotlight the hard-knock life and authentic constructive legacy of one of the most underrated writers of the twentieth century, Nelson Algren. Algren's brutally honest portrayal of the American underclass and his hard-nosed lifestyle became his pathway to compassion. Through interviews with Algren contemporaries, experts, and "literary soulmates," as well as through the photography of Algren's friends, Art Shay and Stephen Deutch, the movie will say his story. It will celebrate his tremendous contribution to and influence on American letters, and push Algren, winner of the marginalized, out from the margins.
Description: Founding father, commander of the Continental Units and America's first president—George Washington's face is as familiar as the dollar bill. Today, archaeologists, scientists and historians are applying innovative forensic techniques to reveal the boy behind the myth. We join a team, funded by the National Geographic Society, that has discovered the ruins of George Washington's childhood home—its exact zone had been a mystery until now. As they comb the site, they unearth two cellars and a collection of wonderful artifacts that support set the record straight on his fabled youth.
Description: Director Miho Niikura examines the modern practice of tee (Okinawan karate), and its attractiveness to Westerners—some of whom travel thousands of miles to study the venerable martial art in its birthplace, Okinawa.
Description: Beth Moore-Love is perhaps the best living artist working in America today. Her works can be found in personal collections throughout the United States and Europe. She is a national treasure and yet, she is virtually unknown. Filmmaker Larry Wessel is determined to change that with his nine year labor of love...his upcoming feature-length documentary named LOVE.
Description: Awaken to a pretty sunrise over Maui with renowned yoga instructor Rodney Yee in "A.M. Yoga for Beginners," and then unwind under a spectacular Death Valley sunset with Patricia Walden in "P.M. Yoga for Beginners." The former is a gentle, energizing workout that will prepare you for the day ahead, addressing stress with flowing yoga poses and stretches to soothe tense muscles and erase worries. The latter provides a calming evening workout.
Description: Living memories is a community documentary project: the effect of a special collaboration between a group of older girls from Melbourne's Jewish community and twelve Media students from RMIT University. Over a six-month period in 2008 nine girls said stories from their lives to the students, who in turn fashioned these tales into video documentary portraits. These are stories of survival of the Holocaust, of loss and strengh; of nice love, marriages, mates and children, travels and adventures; memories fond, sad and funny. Living memories also bring to life the history of the National Council of Jewish Girls in Australia (Victoria), in the video oral history'Something wrth doig'. Anecdotes weave together to paint a picture of a community.
Description: It was an unprecedented occurrence in globe history. Nowhere and never in well-governed democratic states, had the public broadcaster been silenced in such a manner that was characterized as "autocratic" and “undemocratic”. Within five hours, on the evening of June 11, 2013, the Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras turned off the switches of ERT, Greece’s public broadcaster, after 75 years of continuous operation. Both TV and radio frequencies fell silent, making screens broadcast black and the FM to buzz. The closure of ERT was an unheard-of political act that shocked Greek citizens bringing back memories from the dark period of the dictatorship. It also caused a fierce international outrage from all around the world. Why did the public broadcaster have to die?
Description: In the middle of June the village of Santo Antonio de Mixoes da Serra in the Valdreu region of Northern Portugal honours its Patron Saint with a very unique festival. On this day the local farmers bring their animals to the church – cows, horses, dogs, cats, chickens, rabbits – to be blessed. This ancient tradition is passed from generation to generation, and today, just as hundreds of years ago, animals and folks flock up the mountain streets to the church square to become a part of the religious festival. The movie is about this miracle.
Description: Hailed as a harmless chemical that would prevent tooth decay, fresh evidence shows how fluoride should be linked to serious health problems. Fluoridation was first advanced in the US at the end of the second Globe War. Proponents argued that fluoride in water and toothpaste would support to protect teeth and prevent decay. Over the following decades, fluoride was added to public water supplies across the country. While the benefits of fluoridation have been held to be unquestionable, accumulating evidence points to a frightening prospect: that fluoride may have serious adverse health effects, including infant mortality, congenital defects and IQ. "The Fluoride Deception" by Christopher Bryson examines the background of the fluoridation debate. According to Bryson, research challenging fluoride's security was either suppressed or not conducted in the first place. He tells fluoridation is a triumph not of medical science but of US government spin.
Description: "Tinkerbell: A Fairy's Tale" is a look into Tink, who has become a pop culture icon in the years since the film's release. We hear about some of the inspirations for Tink (actress Margaret Kerry was the live-action reference), idea art for Tink and more.
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