Description: A critical yet sympathetic examination of the anti-war movement in Fresh York City, shot in 1968, one year after the Summer of Love. The movie traces the development group of activists on the Lower East Side. We see their growth from isolated, alienated individuals to a politically empowered community. Filmed between the protests at the Pentagon and the demonstrations at the Democratic Convention in Chicago, it contains portraits of Abbie Hoffman, editor Paul Krassner, folksinger Phil Ochs and anarchist Tom "Osha" Neumann.
Description: Mr. & Mrs. Lovett live out their (sex) lives in full public view in front of a permanently connected webcam, which frames their spartan living room like a human aquarium. This is all we see of their lives - but it's not so tiny after all. The young couple are driven business people, and they flirt, strip and screw for the benefit of the camera and the customers on the receiving end. The Croatian filmmaker Igor Bezinovic has created a surreal and funny take on a piece of avant-garde 'adult entertainment' from one of the internet's seedy corners. But he also documents a performance culture, which dissolves the boundaries between the personal and public spheres and a parallel economy of images. A hedonistic and thoroughly commercialised culture, where supply and demand have taken on an entirely fresh and absurd meaning.
Description: When pop artist Peter Blake confessed that his fantasy was to be the mysterious masked wrestler Kendo Nagasaki, who never speaks and never removes his mask, tiny did he know what the consequences would be. Poet and tv producer Paul Yates, also fascinated by the persona of Nagasaki, read the article and proceeded to research the chance of Blake painting Nagasaki's portrait as a centrepiece for a movie which would also, he hoped, contain an exclusive interview with Nagasaki himself. Does he exist outside the ring and, if so, who is he?
Description: Featuring brand fresh interviews with producer Douglas Wick, screenwriter Wesley Strick, and unique results artist Rick Baker, THE BEAST INSIDE: CREATING »WOLF« examines the making of Mike Nichols’ WOLF (1994) in all its stages from original concept to final appearance.
Description: The movie purports to be the second ver of a (fictional) movie made by Baudelaire in 1850 in memory of his (actual) voyage across the Pacific. It was shot using a globe map mounted on black board, filmed in its entirety and in extreme close-up.
Description: A compilation that highlights works from the three stooges. It contains a trio of shorts that contain Brideless Groom, Sing a Song of Six Pants, and Malice in the Palace. And Ed Wynn's live TV Camel Comedy Caravan starring Shemp, Larry, and Moe.
Description: Featuring rare childhood footage of Gordon's racing exploits, exciting NASCAR highlights, plus interviews with family, fellow drivers, broadcasters and journalists, here's a look at Gordon you've never seen. Go beyond the asphalt and learn why Jeff Gordon's name deserves to be placed alongside Petty and Earnhardt as one of NASCAR's best drivers.
Description: A documentary re-telling of the remarkable and risky adventure taken by President Theodore Roosevelt and legendary Brazilian explorer Cândido Rondon into the heart of the South American rainforest to chart an unexplored tributary of the Amazon.
Description: Freddy Grenzmann is Estonia’s last rockstar and the singer of a punk-rock band named Psychoterror. And a poet. The phenomenon of a rockstar stands outside of normality – is bigger than life. Recognizingly what we can tell about Freddy, is that he is not normal – not on stage, nor in life. Freddy’s creation and life are equivalent – he puts everything out there. What makes Freddy interesting is not the social or textual play, but the ammount that he puts in. Chance of total loss of self-control and the depth of a predictable human or metaphysical agony. This is the storyline of the last true rockstar and poet, his work and of a punkbands anatomy.
Description: St. Louis is viewed as one of the greatest baseball cities in America, however, the city's major league history is not confined to the Cardinals. For five decades, St. Louis fielded a second professional squad - the St. Louis Browns. The Browns tendency to be remembered as a mere punchline has obscured their zone in history, but their storyline is more than their reputation would suggest. It's the storyline of what should have been but never was. Of baseball legends lost to time. Of glorious gimmicks. As a beloved squad turned fraternity of failure. This is the storyline of a squad that found its zone in history by losing its home. It's a storyline forgotten no more.
Description: To some of the best performing magicians alive today, Jerry Andrus is the name of a legend. Renowned as one of the greatest and most influential "close-up magic" performers of our time, Jerry is equally regarded among scientists, educators and skeptics as a visionary, poet, philosopher, inventor and author of truly astounding optical illusions. Andrus; The Man, the Mind & the Magic is the storyline of a modern day Da Vinci said by the boy himself, along with extensive interviews from some of the notable thinkers, artists and magicians in the globe today.
Description: In The Embassy, Filipa César takes an old album of colonial images showing landscapes, people, architecture and monuments in Guinea-Bissau in the forties and fifties as a basis for thinking about the codes of representation of former Portuguese colonial power and the method memory is produced. Furthermore, these photos are shown by a Guinean archivist who says the storyline of his country seen through his own eyes.
Description: Biographer Sir John Richardson and Picasso’s granddaughter, Diana Widmaier Picasso, are the star witnesses in a documentary that reassesses the artist’s output in the years before his death in 1973. The storyline is of a constructive spirit finding fresh impetus in response to both death’s approach and the censure of contemporaries and critics. Those who were members of Picasso’s personal inner circle – gossip about his lifestyle also helped to fire him back up – place the soon work forward as some of his frankest, wittiest and most profound.
Description: Mick Glasheen, an architect and pioneer of early cinema and experimental film, created work that was heavily influenced by media theorists. His video Teleologic Telecast from Spaceship Earth: On Board with Buckminster Fuller, 1970, is a re-mixed recording of a Buckminster Fuller’s lecture given at UNSW, presenting Fuller’s concepts on science, metaphysics and the universe, merged with just as radical techniques of moving photo production, creating a multi-layered expression of image, voice, and sound.
Description: Following the rise and fall of the fresh American oil boom, My Country No More paints an intimate portrait of a rural community in crisis, forced to confront the meaning of progress as they war for a disappearing method of life.
Description: Iconic makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin was one of the most in-demand makeup artists in the globe in the 1980s and '90s and died mysteriously in 2002. Aucoin knew from an early age that the globe of makeup was his calling, and his life and work are recalled through interviews with some of his popular clients, including Cindy Crawford, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.
Description: This movie captures an emerging generation of black activists who, in the wake of the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, were able to mobilize international opinion in favor of the protests in America. Although France is confronted with related problems, the victims of French police brutality have not benefited from the same media attention. Not Yo Mama’s Movement explores the similarities and differences between the racial cases in the United States and France and how today’s activists navigate building movements for change.
Description: The storyline of a dedicated ex-offender and his point to benefit the lives of Muslim converts transitioning out of incarceration by giving them green job skills and transforming them into leaders of the community.
Description: Froze In My Clothes is a 3D-film documentary reviewing private happenings in the life of the legendary radio personality Herb 'The Cool Gent' Kent. Likely the first, and only, 3D documentary of any Radio Hall of Fame recipient, this documentary was filmed in stereoscopic-3D four years before Herb Kent's death in October, 2016, bringing to an end over 70 years on air as a Chicago radio personality. Mr. Kent was the first African American inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame, the first African American employee of NBC network serving as intern to Hugh Downs, and holds the Guinness Ebook of Globe Records for the 'longest on air radio personality/male'. Herb speaks to the camera in his own words, and we are allowed to document the life and times of this radio legend. Using specialized movie processing techniques referred to as Ultra-3D (U3D), anaglyph glasses can be used with virtual elimination of typical color distortions that have previously made anaglyphy 3D less desirable.
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