Description: Just one year ago, citizens joined together at Zone de la République in Paris to demonstrate vs labor reforms, the El Khomri law. This rapidly became an occasion to invent other method of handling politics. It was the beginning of Nuit Debout. The movie follows closely this social movement's inner core, a fresh type of citizen's and democratic parliament, without representatives or leaders, which attempts to let everyone the possibility to speak. How do we speak in unison without speaking with a single voice?
Description: 1997 saw the release of Oasis, the follow-up of Canyon Dreams, TD's first commercial video featuring the scenery of the Grand Canyon that had been released ten years ago. Also Oasis shows nice views of the landscapes of the US south-west, most of them in time-lapse photography, combined with TD's melody which sounds mostly rhythmic and sequencer-driven. As Canyon Dreams, this video was a effect of a cooperation between TD and the US Camera One company. The pictures of an overwhelming nature were taken by Gray Warriner, who had already been director of Canyon Dreams, and by Ned Sickels in the most popular National Parks in the deserts of Arizona, Fresh Mexico and Utah, among them Zion National Park, Canyon de Chelly, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Petrified Forest, Cliff Dwellings and Cedar Breaks. The band's name is printed not onto the cover but only on a shiny silver star-shaped sticker on the cardboard sleeve - but this all does not affect the effect of this nice work.
Description: 3,824 kilometers in 57 days: in the summer of 2015, filmmaker Ayako IMAMURA, who was born deaf, started a bike adventure through Japan. For her this was a physical challenge and an experiment in communication. Having felt frustrated when communicating with hearing people, she decided to confront the trouble head on, exploring not only her country, but also herself in this documentary street movie.
Description: “Where the North Begins” was one of the 4 original regional portrait movies commissioned for the first season of Ontario Zone (the others being "North of Superior" (IMAX), "Seasons in the Mind" (70mm), and "Home By The Waters" (35mm anamorphic). The movie was directed by David MacKay who was the producer for "A Zone to Stand" and then directed "Ontario-oh!". Although "Where The North Begins" was commissioned by the Ontario government, Dave's subversive and wicked sense of irony does come shining through, as does his heartfelt beliefs.
Description: Everyone thinks that Bob Kane created Batman, but that’s not the entire truth. One creator makes it his crusade to create it known that Bill Finger, a struggling writer, now helped invent the iconic superhero, from idea to costume to the very hero we all know and love. Bruce Wayne may be Batman’s secret identity, but his author was everytime a real mystery.
Description: In this brand fresh pheaturette, the cast and team reflect on the third chapter in the Phantasm series and the vast amount of make-up work on the film. Details interviews actor A. Michael Baldwin, Ravager director David Hartman and make-up artists Tag Shostrom and Dean Gates
Description: A made for TV BBC documentary exploring Jack Donovan's antique automaton collection. The documentary focuses on the toys themselves, displaying their range of movements in plain settings while the narrator weaves stories and comments about them to the synth sounds of library music.
Description: In this explosive episode, Steve Quayle, Timothy Alberino, and Tom Horn pick up the trail of the Anasazi Indians in the Desert Southwest of the United States. Their groundbreaking investigation reveals a dark and gruesome secret concerning the sudden annihilation of this mysterious tribe, and a cover-up of large proportions. What they explore will demand the re-writing of American history! Join Timothy Alberino as he explores the enigmatic island of Sardinia in the Western Mediterranean Sea where the skeletal remains of giants are still being extracted from the tens of thousands of megalithic turrets and tombs all over the island, and hear the jaw-dropping testimony of those who were hired by the government to dig them out. Explore why Sardinia was ground-zero for the man-eating Canaanite giants that ravished the Promised Land before their expulsion by “Joshua the Robber”.
Description: This compelling Documentary moves beyond the spotlight and past the attention-grabbing headlines to give pop superstar Chris Brown a possibility to say his own story. Fresh interviews with the international phenomenon reveal long-awaited answers about his passion for making music, his tumultuous and much publicized relationships, and the pitfalls of coming of age in the public eye. Also included is fresh concert footage, behind-the-scenes access, and unique interviews from Usher, Jennifer Lopez, DJ Khaled, Mike Tyson, Jamie Foxx and others.
Description: From PBS - The dome that crowns Florence's nice cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore -- the Duomo -- is a masterpiece of Renaissance ingenuity and an enduring source of mystery. Still the biggest masonry dome on earth, it is taller than the Statue of Liberty and weighs as much as an average cruise ship. Historians and engineers have long debated how its architect, Filippo Brunelleschi, kept the dome perfectly aligned and symmetrical as the sides rose and converged toward the center. More than four million bricks should collapse at any moment -- and we still don't understand how Brunelleschi prevented it. To use the recent theories, a squad of U.S. bricklayers will support build an experimental "mini-Duomo" using period softwares and techniques.
Description: Twenty years after the tragic 1997 death of Princess Diana in Paris, this ABC unique provides fresh perspective on her final days. Host Martin Bashir, who revealingly interviewed Diana in 1995, takes viewers inside her final months and days. "The last 48 hours of her life, we say that storyline in fairly attentive detail. There are some smartphone calls that take place, there are some things that happen that I think are something of a revelation," Bashir said. The documentary also looks at the prior years of Diana's life.
Description: Two decades after the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem in 1961, director David Perlov talks to trial witnesses, Holocaust survivors and their families about their memories of the trial. The documentary was only broadcast once in Israel in 1979 before it was restored in 2011.
Description: A revolution is taking zone in the art globe and it isn’t event in Paris, Berlin or Hong Kong—but in Grand Rapids, Michigan. ArtPrize is the most highly attended art present in the world, and it awards money prizes larger than all another tournaments combined. International critics and general crowds package bars, galleries and abandoned buildings all over town, taking in over 1,500 works from cerebral conceptualists and weekend hobbyists. An acclaimed jury awards a champion $200,000 and the ballot-carrying public does the same. Nimble cameras follow four artists, every vying not only for critical recognition but for each public vote they can drum up. Part classy minigame show, part engaging art exploration, More Art Upstairs captures the debates ArtPrize has intentionally (or inadvertently?) triggered: Can culture be democratized? Do artists need or wish to connect with audiences? And is the canonical art establishment on its method out? (Myrocia Watamaniuk)
Description: Armed with a limitless Rolodex and a Benedict Canyon enclave with its own disco, Allan Carr threw the Hollywood parties that defined the 1970s. A producer, manager, and marketing genius, Carr built his bombastic reputation amid a series of successes including the mega-hit musical movie "Grease," until it all came ruining down after he produced the 1989 Academy Awards, a notorious debacle.
Description: In this detail documentary, filmmaker Paul Cowan offers an innovative, moving acc of the Westray coal mine disaster that killed 26 boys in Nova Scotia on May 9, 1992. The movie focuses on the lives of three widows and three miners lucky enough not to be underground that day when the methane and coal dust ignited. But their lives were torn apart by the events. Meet some of the working men, who felt they had no option but to stay on at Westray. And wives, who heard the rumours, saw their boys sometimes bloodied from accidents and stood by them, hoping it would all turn out all right. This is a movie about working folks everywhere whose lives are often entrusted to companies that violate the most fundamental guidelines of security and decency in the name of profit.
Description: Ghetto Wars 3 was released Oct 10, 2006 by the Navarre Corporation and presents a brutal glimpse of America's urban underbelly with a third collection of real-life street-fight footage taken straight from the nation's toughest inner-city 'hoods. Set to a blazing hip-hop soundtrack, this hard-hitting and fully authentic documentary captures all the nonstop action as thugged-out gangstas engage in violent and often shocking bare-knuckle beatings. This DVD takes viewers to ground zero in urban America. Witness the day-to-day struggles of average individuals and the solutions they fire off.
Description: Discover the origins of skateboarding culture through the lens of the 1965 Palisades Skateboard Team, who reinvented a childhood hobby into a sport, bringing it to the vanguard of famous culture. Details interviews with the squad members reflecting on how the sport has changed, 50 years later.
Description: Five years ago Kisilu, a Kenyan farmer, started to test his camera to capture the life of his family, his village and the damages of climate change. When a violent storm throws him and a Norwegian filmmaker together we see him transform from a father, to a community leader and activist on the global stage.
Description: Also Known as Jihadi follows the progress of a young man's adventure from France to Syria, and back to France, where he is incarcerated for allegedly joining Daesh. Based on true events, and drawn from thousands of pages of judicial documents, the work employs the so-called landscape theory (fukeiron in Japanese). The character's paths to radicalism are rendered purely through a series of landscape shots filmed at the territories traversed by the subject: a biography determined not by what the topics did, but by what the topics saw, and one that questions how these landscapes reflect the social and political structures that are the backdrop for a adventure of alienation and return.
Description: It's a sensitive, moving doc chronicling the life of Tétrault's brother Philip , a Montreal poet, musician and diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic. A promising athlete as a child, Philip began experiencing mood swings in his early 20s. His extended family, including his daughter, share their conflicted feelings love, guilt, shame, anger with the camera. They wish to create sure he's safe, but how much can they take?
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