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Description: From 9- to 90-year-olds, the folks of a County Antrim village support Bafta award-winning director Alison Millar discover the true meaning of creativity and culture.Returning to the landscape of her childhood, she uncovers the storyline of a visionary teacher, and celebrates the extraordinary artwork and writing created by terrible country kids almost a century ago.Against the backdrop of her home village of Cullybackey and the surrounding countryside, the storyline unfolds across the seasons as Alison follows the 'Carryin' Stream' of memory from the tiny country school that her father attended in the 1940s to the kids of the show day. Along the way, she connects with a cultural legacy that she has never really known about and learns about her own Ulster-Scots heritage.
Description: Three-year-old Monique Corzilius counts to 10, pulling petals from a daisy. A voice from point control then counts down as the camera zooms into Monique's dark pupil. An atomic blast and ensuing mushroom cloud consumes the TV screen as President Lyndon Johnson's voice proclaims "We gotta either love every other, or we gotta die." This political ad, “Peace Tiny Girl,” aired only once or twice during the 1964 presidential campaign between Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater, but it ushered in a fresh era of the tv attack ad. The 1964 campaign also reshaped the American political landscape in another significant ways. Johnson's "Great Society" and civil rights agendas pushed southern states toward the Republican Party and brought the northeast in line with the Democrats, creating America's contemporary geopolitical map of red and blue states.
Description: The documentary goes on to present how this man deals with a illness that has killed millions of folks around the world, and talks about his fears and the courage to give voice and face to the thousands of folks living with the virus in the country.
Description: I’m Terribly Sorry, a VR work by the artist, will be screened in the backroom and is the artist’s first piece in this medium. Similarly set in a dystopian urban British landscape of manic tourism, I’m Terribly Sorry reflects the desire for constant documentation and performance of the self. The interactive virtual reality piece, like Native Animals, deals with the divisive campaigns of the UK government leading up the Brexit vote, focusing on how these social realities construct fresh topics for the 21st century.
Description: A multi-character, 8-channel movie sits in the centre of the exhibition. Every character, from a porcine union-jack doting politician to a phone-addicted white cat, stand in as an archetype in the UK’s political landscape as it considers its exit from the European Union. Set apart on independent monitors, these anthropomorphized incarnations menace one other through tacit acts of ridicule in a perpetually cycling theatre, falling between farcical and cruel. Maclean points us to the mechanisms of belonging and nativeness at enjoy in the performance of national identity.
Description: Hundreds of African girls and international delegates joined Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to strategize about how girls leaders can support bring a lasting peace. In March 2009, girls leaders from around the globe met in Monrovia, Liberia for the International Colloquium for Women's Empowerment, Leadership Development, International Peace and Security. The symposium had first been proposed at the inauguration of Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the only female head of state in Africa. This short movie captures the energy of the event, where 800 female participants gathered to envision a fresh era of peace and gender equality in Africa and beyond.
Description: Imagine how life gotta be for someone whose skin has no security whatsoever from the sun. And actually imagine living in a country that averages over 80% sunshine during any given year. Welcome to Paulus's life in Namibia.
Description: Portsmouth FC is the tale for our footballing times. Large names. Large business. Large debt. In 2008 the club won the FA Cup and hosted AC Milan, but behind the scenes things were unravelling. This movie shares the storyline of how Pompey were saved by those who loved them most: the fans. This is OUR CLUB.
Description: Eco-Terrorist: The War for Our Planet follows the most wanted environmentalist today, Captain Paul Watson. In this special and groundbreaking film, Brown takes a deeper look into what really goes on behind the scenes in the deep waters of our world. More pranks, the glory of successful missions, and fiercer encounters with some of the most infamous and illegal marine hunters, while stopping at nothing to protect wildlife on a global scale. The movie takes the audience right to the frontlines of the modern day environmental movement via those who started it.
Description: The Arts Council commissioned this movie to coincide with their major retrospective of Giacometti's work at the Tate Gallery (now Tate Britain) in the summer of 1965. A related exhibition was held concurrently at the Museum of Modern Art in Fresh York, sealing the artist's reputation as a modern master. Listen out for Giacometti's voice and hone your French - it isn't subtitled.
Description: A day in the life of Giovanni Granati, an Italian falconer and wild animal trainer who lives in the unspoiled countryside of Abruzzo, alongside his hawks, eagles, wolves and another wonderful creatures.
Description: Un cuento chino – A Chinese tale is a documentary project portraying Nicaraguans waiting for an old dream to come true: the construction of an interoceanic canal. While following the protagonists in their each day life and focusing on their hopes and fears similar to the project, the movie explores how the 500 year old canal fantasy has become part of the national imaginary and collective consciousness.
Description: An immigrant storyline of Marietta Veulens, a composer who has spent 20 years trying to finished her lifeworks and album. Torn between her native Cuba and the UK, Veulens returns to her hometown of Matanzas to perform melody live for the first time, and finished the adventure to finding her real voice.
Description: From the days of illegal raves to the dark club sounds of Optical and Ed Rush. The Rest Is History is a look back at the early years of Jungle/Drum and bass music, how it developed, and the culture that surrounded it.
Description: This movie is a befitting and timely examination to the life and legacy of Weldon Irvine, whose work drew appreciation from the likes of Freddie Hubbard and Nina Simone to Mos Def and Q-Tip. His bountiful and socio-culturally evocative work in melody and theatre was central to the Black Arts Movement of the 1970s; integral to the evolution of hip hop, from its inception through its golden era of consciousness and massive jazz-laden sampling; and whose dedicated mentorship sparked a movement in his long-time residence of Jamaica/St. Albans, Queens, supporting develop some of the most well-known figures in jazz today.
Description: As a sci-fi obsessed girl living in near isolation, Beverly Glenn-Copeland wrote and self-released Keyboard Fantasies in Huntsville, Ontario back in 1986. Recorded in an Atari-powered home-studio, the cassette featured seven tracks of a curious folk-electronica hybrid, a sound realised far before its time. Three decades on, the musician – actually Glenn Copeland – began to obtain mails from folks across the world, thanking him for the melody they’d recently discovered. Courtesy of a rare-record collector in Japan, a reissue of Keyboard Fantasies and subsequent plays by Four Tet, Caribou and more, the melody had finally found its audience two generations down the line.
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Simply put, this is a harrowing ordeal of a film to sit through. This is not for the faint hearted. It gets graphic and detailed. I'm not surprised this doesn't even have 5 votes on imdb. I don't know how John Feeble managed to investigate as long as he did trying to expose the dog meat trade. You can see the pain on his face, in his eyes, matching the same pain you see in the captive dogs.This documentary exposes the scale of the problem, mostly centering around Thailand, but also including another countries. It goes into the process of capture, transport, killing, and selling and we see what those involved in the process tell to justify this market. There is some hope, some footage of animal activism, shelters, and organisations trying on the part of these dogs, but it isn't without its sense of utter despair as cash and politics equate into the picture and shelters continue to struggle saving dogs. I can only hope that in the near future we can progress as a species to call for an end to the cruel treatment of animals like these dogs. For those who do not have the stomach to sit through this, the end montage mentions the Soi Dog Foundation. Of note, I thought I would mention the moment of solace in the documentary when John purchased two puppies for two pounds every from a local butcher. The two puppies should not have been more at peace and happier in the car. John told it was the greatest bargain he made all year and I couldn't have accepted more with him. It's folks like him who create the case more hopeful, through his investigation of this trade. I hope this documentary gets more recognition than it is getting right now. A worthwhile, but like I told earlier, a harrowing, hard watch.
As other reviewer stated, this is graphic and detailed. Though I wouldn't anymore, when I was younger I watched beheading videos and this film made me shield my eyes for the first time. I had to stop watching it twice, but felt compelled to finish it for the dogs. For our greatest friends.
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