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Description: On the 14th August 1969 the British Units were deployed onto Northern Ireland’s roads for the first time, to relieve an exhausted RUC in the wake of the War of the Bogside. As they entered the town the units were confronted with a ring of barricades surrounding the Bogside zone and manned by the rioters, presenting them with an immediate dilemma – to attempt to remove the barricades and provoke a confrontation, or to leave the barricades intact and let the Bogside to remain beyond official law & order?
Description: In the sixteenth century Portuguese Catholic missionaries introduced Christianity to Japan. The religion flourished for about fifty years, but by 1614 the Tokugawa government issued an edict that outlawed Christianity and expelled the missionaries from Japan. About 150,000 believers went underground and continued to practice their religion in secret. These folks are known as the "Hidden Christians". Otaiya, meaning "Big Evening" is the Hidden Christian ver of Christmas Eve. Through the opportunity of this ceremony, the movie says the storyline of Japan's Hidden Christians. Made with the cooperation of contemporary Hidden Christians on the remote island of Narushima, the movie details the only two remaining priests in the Goto Islands.
Description: The St. Valentine's Day massacre is the items of American legend, and the tale is familiar to nearly everyone. But the storyline of that bloody day in Chicago has never been told, or seen, like this before. Cutting-edge graphics and frenetic recreations accompany Johnny Fratto, son of onetime Al Capone-associate Louis "Lew" Fratto, back to Chicago, where he uncovers massacre myths and learns more about the life his father and uncles led when they roamed those lawless roads in the 1920s. Johnny gets guidance and opinions from a squad of renowned Chicago gangster experts, and bridges the gap between the stories he heard as a tiny man and the reality he lived growing up in a mob family. Johnny's take about what happened on Feb. 14, 1929 will surprise you.
Description: About the greatest discos in the USSR - in Moscow, Riga, Novosibirsk, Dubna, etc., with comments by the Deputy Minister of Culture of the USSR Golubtsova G.V., Doctor of Historical Sciences I.V. Bestuzhev-Lada.
Description: She's released multi platinum albums, starred in Hollywood films, and had relationships with some of the world's largest stars. Selena is on a roller coaster ride to celebrity superstardom, and she shows no signs of slowing down...
Description: Exodus charts the decline of the Protestant population from Derry’s Cityside - which saw up to one in five of the City’s population leave their homes over a thirty year period. Directed and produced by Vinny Cunningham and John Peto, Exodus is the final movie in the three part trilogy that commenced with War of the Bogside and No Go: Gratis Derry.
Description: On the banks of the Obvodny Canal in St. Petersburg there are three crazy houses, three Houses of Culture, a spiritual academy, a pub ... This film is a cut-off of the era, watching our life, and those around us. Thinking about where the line between reality and insanity lies.
Description: WORDS AND MUSIC is the storyline of one of Broadway's iconic figures: the composer/lyricist of Hello, Dolly!, Mame and La Cage aux Folles. Jerry Herman and an all-star cast, chart his rise from 1950s off-Broadway through all of his smash hits. Featuring never-before-seen footage of original scene performances, and a score full of classic present tunes.
Description: Aarron Lambert is a controversial boy that provokes the system and inspires the public. A cinematic documentary following the struggles and successes of a voice that gotta be heard from childhood through to adult life.
Description: Documentary about the Chilean poet and Nobel Prize, Gabriela Mistral, and her relationship with the American Doris Dana. Gabriela meets Doris when she thinks she cannot overcome the largest tragedy of her life: the suicide of her only son. Doris, realizing that her partner will be gone soon, records the conversations with her in their Long Island house. These recordings will be the access to the affective universe of a girl who lives in permanent tension with her inner demons and whose sensitivity and ambition create her the protagonist of her time.
Description: The movie says the storyline of the life of Michelle Bachelet and her surprising adventure along the street to the presidency of Chile. Despite being a socialist, a single parent, and an agnostic, Dr. Bachelet succeeds in becoming the first girl President of Chile, one of South America's most conservative nations, and captures the attention of the world's press with her singularly feminine method of making politics. For a year, Chilean filmmaker, María Elena Word, followed this once anonymous doctor and socialist militant as she travelled through Chile on the campaign trail, discovering some of the forces motivating Dr. Bachelet as well as examining the high points in her private and family life.
Description: Portrait of the Chilean poet Stella Díaz Varín (1926 -2006), who was named “La colorina” because of her red hair. Anarchist, communist, agitator, boxer, grandmother, alcoholic — the first punk in history, as it were. Based on accounts of fellow-travelers (including Alejandro Jodorowsky)
Description: An intimate documentary delving into Rian Johnson’s process as he comes in as a director fresh to the Star Fights universe. A fanatic since childhood, he sets out to create the most strong Star Fights film he can. Navigating the mammoth production, the scale of which he’s never directed before, we meet his cast and crew, see their individual challenges in bringing the movie together, tell goodbye to Carrie Fisher, and discover the significance of Rian’s more surprising decisions. The documentary gives you a view of what it really was like to create The Last Jedi. As the squad strive to do their best, what shines through is their passion and how memorable an experience it is for Rian as director.
Description: Twenty years ago, director Christiane Burkhard’s parents died in a plane crash. Actually she has made a documentary, in collaboration with her sister, about remembering and coming to terms with the facts. First, she looks for accounts in the former homes and from family and mates of the couple. She also has a huge number of old Super-8 recordings. Her mother was an enthusiastic amateur filmmaker, who captured all the major family happenings on film. Together with her sister, Burkhard watches the footage of the smiling faces of her parents. Making this documentary becomes a self-conceived ritual that could support her bid farewell to an unreal and unaccepted past. The subdued tone suits the difficulties all those involved have talking about the event, even after twenty years.
Description: Faster & Faster brilliantly captures the happenings which made the 2003 and 2004 MotoGP seasons so extraordinary: the tire-smoking comeback of the 215mph Ducati missiles; the shocking death of rising star Daijiro Kato; the drama of Sete Gibernau's wild wars with Valentino Rossi; and the Italian's switch from the all-conquering Honda to the underdog Yamaha – a transport which was to seal the Rossi legend. This is the storyline of an epic time in MotoGP, in the words and actions of the world's best motorcycle racers.
Description: A haunting, deeply moving documentary set among terminally ill cancer patients. The titular island of Steven Eastwood’s detail documentary is the Isle of Wight, where the filmmaker befriended a handful of individuals facing a terminal cancer diagnosis. Following them as they approach the end – through hospital appointments, time with family – this is a stark portrait, acutely attuned to the consoling rituals and stark realities of the dying process. Combining observational footage of his topics with contemplative shots of the surrounding coastal landscapes through the changing seasons, this deeply felt meditation on the passage from life to death is imbued with an unsensational matter-of-factness and resonant lyricism. A necessarily harrowing film, revealing through scenes of unblinking duration the final stages of the disease’s progress on its sufferers, The Island is also a movie of enormous delicacy, made in a spirit of tender respect for each one of the folks involved.
Description: Giant swamp rats have invaded coastal Louisiana, and defiant folks on the edge of the globe are defending their communities, culture, and livelihoods from the onslaught of this curious and unexpected invasive species. (IMDb)
Description: Geri is a serious drug addict, using designer drugs intravenously. Between two flashes, he lives an active social life on the roads of Budapest, in a subculture that "normal" folks cannot see.
Description: The short documentary looks at the trafficking of young Rohingya women from Myanmar, who are then sold as kid brides to Rohingya boys in Malaysia. Bou (bride) also explores the mindset of the boys who purchase these kid brides, and in doing so shows the continued abuse suffered by these young girls.
Description: “Villa Mehu – A Lost Home” is a poetic short documentary about the destructive force of time and the fragility of one man’s lifework. It’s a melancholic adventure to the past, a visit to mystical Villa Mehu built by a deceased ITE artist Elis Sinistö. Located deep in the woods of Veklahti, Finland, Villa Mehu served as Sinistö’s home for 50 years and it was also the best artwork of his life although it has never got the respect that it could deserve. Today, after Sinistö’s death, it is decaying slowly but surely towards its final demolition without anyone even noticing. “Villa Mehu – A Lost Home” takes its audience to a hypnotic adventure through the bizarre yet pretty globe of Elis Sinistö. It is both a tribute to his lifework and an attempt to save a tiny piece of Finland’s cultural history.
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...And overcome,they did (and allow us all be thankful). I'm talking about the Civil Rights movement that (more or less)started back in the 1950's,when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on that bus to a white passenger (and was no large surprise what so ever,placed under arrest by the police),and acted as the springboard for a fresh revolution in the southern most United States:the revolution for civil rights for African American's. Although things only got far uglier (race riots, lynchings,protest rallies,with the subsequent violence toward the protesters,as well as the Freedom Riders),the transport toward civil rights was cemented with the March on Washington,with the Rev.Dr. Martin Luther King's insightful "I have a dream" speech before thousands of both black & white audiences. All of this,and more is documented in Bill Guttentag & Dan Sturman's superlative documentary,"Soundtrack For A Revolution". Besides a treasure trove of movie footage (both black & white,as well as colour)of the happenings that transpired a nation,there is testimony from some of the pioneers of the Civil Rights movement (folk singer/activist,Harry Belafonte,John Lewis,Charles Neblett,Robert Cohen,etc.),as well as performances of some of the melody that shaped a nation by the likes of The Roots,John Legend,Joss Stone,Wyclef Jean,Richie Havens & The Blind Men Of Alabama,to mention a few,as well as original movie footage of the songs being sung by the folks who were clamoring for social change (via newsreel & tv movie clips). The cinematography for the interview footage,as well as the performances are by Jon Else,Stephen Kazminski & Buddy Squires,with accuracy editing by Jeffrey Doe. This is a documentary that could be seen by anybody who is interested in American social history,and especially could be screened in schools during Black History Month,in February. Not rated by the MPAA,this movie includes disturbing photos & testimony of the ugly face of racism during a troubled time,as well as some unpleasant racial slurs by some of the lowest of the low,bottom feeders of society (and you know whom I am referring to)
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