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Description: Ziemia (“Earth” in Polish) is a public art project created by artist Martynka Wawrzyniak in collaboration with the Greenpoint, community. The project takes the form of a ceramic orb atop a meadow in McGolrick Park, which will be unveiled in June 2018. The orb is glazed with a mixture of clay excavated in Greenpoint and soils from around the globe contributed by residents. The artist spent two years reaching out to fellow Greenpointers to invite them to gather soil from territories symbolically representative of their identity. This movie is an abbreviated ver of a movie which documents Wawrzyniak’s adventure to Poland in August 2017 to accumulate soil on behalf of Polish seniors and undocumented immigrants who were unable to personally accumulate the soil themselves. This movie and the fabrication of the ceramic orb were made possible by the generous help of The Polish Cultural Institute in Fresh York.
Description: The movie examines the methods that girls directors have contributed to this category and emphasizes the role that the media enjoy in representation of sexuality and gender, underscoring the power that movie has to shape our perceptions of one another. Visually, this documentary comes to life on screen through compelling and intimate original interviews, intercut with emotionally-charged archival footage, photographs, ephemera, inspired music, and movie clips.
Description: An alternative history of the 20th century avant-garde featuring the dramatic lives and works of eight artists who most made the art colony of St Ives in Cornwall, from Kit Wood and Alfred Wallis to Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson.
Description: Shot in superb Cinecolor, an early subtractive two-color process, Lost Lake follows the famed Jesuit priest, geologist, and explorer Father Bernard Rosecrans Hubbard on his trip to explore a lost lake on top of an Alaskan glacier.
Description: What goes in to the phrase, "Let's go to the movies"? An off-screen narrator takes us back to the earliest days of film: clips remind us of early stars and blockbusters. He explains how sound came to motion pictures: we see Jolson singing "Mammy" and John Barrymore testing Richard III. Next is a salute to the 30,000 folks working in Hollywood at 272 various crafts. A montage shows us some of those jobs. It ends with a look at the physical production of celluloid (cotton and silver) and the many aspects of film making. The narrator promises more short movies about every step in production.
Description: The first and only Taiwanese user for the Fresh York Yankees, Chien-Ming Wang held many titles: American League Wins Leader, Globe Series Champion, Olympian, Time 100 Most Influential, and The Pride of Taiwan. He had it all - until a 2008 injury forever altered the course of his career. Late Life: The Chien-Ming Wang Storyline - called after the late sinking action on his signature pitch - follows the rise and fall of the international icon as he wars his method back into the Major Leagues through unlimited rehab tools and lengthy stints away from home, carrying the weight of the globe on his battered shoulder. A poignant and intimate acc of Wang’s steadfast quest, Late Life says the storyline of a boy who is unwilling to give up and unable to allow go.
Description: Retired Fresh Zealand farmer and dog trainer Paul Sorenson passes his knowledge to the next generation of shepherds, and reflects on the sacrifices he's made to pursue his intense passion for dogs.
Description: When a YouTube video of Alexandru Duru's hoverboard flight goes viral, the young engineer sets a Guinness Globe Record and achieves the recognition he desires. But fame and fortune don't come easily. Often mocked and ostracized (until they achieve their goal), inventors see the globe in a distinct way. Duru is no different. The son of Romanian immigrants, he's driven by a desire to achieve the impossible—and to money in. Exploring the banality of Duru's trial-and-error efforts, director Bogdan Stoica is an artistic risk-taker worthy of his subject. He allows contemplative scenes to develop in real-time with immaculate framing; a natural tension builds as we witness Duru strapping the equivalent of high-speed lawn mower blades to his feet. Avoiding the temptation to sensationalize and thus trivialize his subject, Stoica reveals a rich storyline about immigration, settlement and the human desire to transcend our physical confines. -Alexander Rogalski (Hot Docs Movie Festival)
Description: “Pat Pasloff is a powerful artist within a powerful tradition…She has transcended some of the angst of Abstract Expressionism, without descending into something that is bland or formulaic or potentially conceptual” – David Cohen Pat Pasloff (1928 – 2011) was an ambitious abstract expressionist painter who produced huge scale, fresh, and vital bodies of work. Studying under pioneering artist William de Kooning, she was able to search her own path and grow from his influence. Her patterns and grids come alive with the materiality and physicality of her paintings. Watch as Pasloff describes her experiences painting, gaining an education in art, and as her visual language of emotion comes alive.
Description: "The Art-collector and the catastrophe" - The untold storyline of how Sweden lost a globe class art collection. Personal art collector Theodor "Teto" Ahrenberg obtained art directly by artists like Picasso, Chagall and Matisse. He became mates with the international artists elite. And therefore developed a conflict with the Swedish art establishment. The Director of the Modern museum Pontus Hultén became his nemesis. Revenge to Theodor Ahrenberg would be creating his own art museum of Stockholm. Designed by world-famous architect Le Corbusier.
Description: Chronicling the methods folks attempt to leave a tag before they and their histories disappear. Invisible Town director Tan Pin Pin interviews folks – photographers, journalists and archaeologists – who are propelled by curiosity to search a Town for themselves.
Description: Movie is made out of gelatin that comes from horses. They’re waiting to be slaughtered, so that pictures can be made. Many years ago we learned the language of our masters. Though we couldn’t support wondering why so several of you bothered to learn ours. Three scenes featuring horses, remembering Jacinto. The first is a daytime forest haunting that winds up at a carousel, the second a rainy road in Portugal, the finale a nighttime vigil of fire and water.
Description: 1080 meters - the depth of the mine "Komsomolskaya", where the heroes of the movie descend daily. Around - tundra and abandoned villages. Around Vorkuta there are five mines. After the explosion on the "North" - four. The town lives. Pasha and Roma drive vehicles around the city, saying us about their lives and finding themselves in different places.
Description: On October 22, 1963, more than 250,000 students boycotted the Chicago Public Schools to protest racial segregation. Many marched through the town calling for the resignation of School Superintendent Benjamin Willis, who placed trailers, dubbed ‘Willis Wagons,’ on playgrounds and parking lots of overcrowded black schools rather than allow them enroll in nearby white schools. Combining unseen archival 16mm footage of the march shot by Kartemquin founder Gordon Quinn with the participants’ reflections today, ’63 Boycott connects the forgotten storyline of one of the biggest northern civil rights demonstrations to contemporary problems around race, education, school closings, and youth activism.
Description: In the land where, after the closure of the state farms, arable land has already become overgrown with birch forests, the farmer Valery Kravtsov is developing his tiny farm. Struggles for the harvest with terrible weather, weeds and out-of-order technology. He gets up at 4 am to be at his "hacienda" at 5 already. He brings up his son, hoping that he will leave the farm for him. And gives the inhabitants of the deserted villages work and hope.
Description: One of Canada's top 10 universities and its biggest school board found themselves embroiled in a growing global controversy as scholars, parents, and officials question the Confucius Institute program's real purpose.
Description: It was 11 seconds into Travis Roy's first shift of his career as a Boston University forward when a collision with the boards changed his life forever. Twenty years later, Travis reflects on the moment that has led him to a fresh life and a fresh passion.
Description: The lowest paid teachers in the nation are in the middle of a statewide walkout in Oklahoma. From begin to finish, Walkout follows the teachers as they receive organized and demand raises from their state legislature. From crowded classrooms to a packed state capitol, Walkout offers an in-depth, private look at the recent strike at the heart of a nationwide movement for education funding.
Description: A movie about bipolar disorder and opioid addiction as seen through the life of three-time globe winner surfer Andy Irons. He was the pride of Hawaii and revered around the globe for his blue collar rise to fame and success. However, many were unaware of his internal wars that led to his demise. As the opioid crisis rises to a national emergency in the United States, the untold storyline of Andy’s life serves to tear down the myths associated with these two ferocious diseases.
Description: Re-live the Cavaliers' championship run from the first day of training through their historic arrival at the 2016 NBA Finals. This is the amazing, first- hand storyline of the 2015-16 Cleveland Cavaliers and an unforgettable season to believe.
Description: Robert Lax (1915-2000) was a poet with a singular vision and style whose quest to live an authentic life as both an artist and a spiritual seeker inspired Thomas Merton, Jack Kerouac, William Maxwell and countless others. Known in the U.S. primarily as Merton’s greatest mate and in Europe as a daringly original avant-garde poet, Lax lived a life of simplicity, humility and grace that continues to encourage and motivate readers and followers. This movie is a portrait of Robert Lax as he was to those who were fortunate to visit him during his thirty years of living on the Greek island of Patmos.
Description: Leading activists and commentators discover the changes that have taken zone since homosexuality was decriminalised in the UK in 1967 and the influence of gay culture on society.
Description: Obviously, movie critic/historian Leonard Maltin talks about the making of and his appreciations for Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz (1969). He speaks of the difficulties with preview audiences in general and how they affected this film, as well as presents few deleted scenes not accessible before this.
Description: Penis extension surgery is a booming business in the UK and we have exclusive access to a clinic that promises to create your manhood wider and longer for £7,000. Truck driver Leon is about to go under the knife for a second time to receive an even bigger penis, something his girlfriend tells is unnecessary. We also meet Michael who thinks he would have had more successful relationships if he’d been more confident about his body, that’s why he’s about to place himself through penis extension surgery at the ripe old age of 64.
Description: Jean-Michel Jarre is one of the pioneers of electronic music. He is a composer, performer, songwriter, and producer whose pioneering approach to electronic melody and live performance has influenced a generation. The emergence of the album "E-Project"is album is the focus of the documentary "A Adventure Into Sound" by Birgit Herdlitschke. The movie also airs the secret of success of Jean-Michel Jarre. With material from personal and public archives, the movie looks back on his youth, the first experiments with electronic melody and his relationship with his popular father Maurice Jarre (composer of soundtrack for "Lawrence of Arabia", "Doctor Zhivago").
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Just a TERRIBLE documentary ! Missed a nice possibility to support folks watching . Difficult to watch someone trying to bio cheat their energy when they are overweight and terrible eater .Plus, he talks his work load as a presenter and it isn't close to a massive work load ! Needs to toughen up a tad !
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