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Description: The internet in Cuba is very slow. Movies, television, and notification are exchanged through a black store system of media distribution via external difficult drives known as el paquete semanal.
Description: The storyline of Hitler’s final hours said by folks who were there. This unique details exclusive forgotten interviews, believed lost for 65 years, with members of Hitler’s inner circle who were trapped with him in his bunker as the Russians fought to take Berlin. These special interviews from figures such as the leader of the Hitler Youth Artur Axmann and Hitler’s secretary Traudl Junge, have never before been seen outside Germany. Using rarely seen archive footage and dramatic reconstruction, this unique says the storyline of Adolf Hitler’s final days in his Berlin bunker.
Description: In 1991 three teen women named Midi, Maxiand Efti became celebrities over night and the suburb Akalla was suddenly known all over Sweden. Fifteen years soon two old mates test to create a movie about the phenomenon. But Midi, Maxi and Efti no longer have contact, and they are not at all interested in talking about the past. A melancholically adventure to the past by two mates who have a difficult time letting go. "I like it like it is and I like it like it was but I'm not so sure any more any any more..." From the song "Bad Terrible Boys" by Midi, Maxi & Efti.
Description: The movie says the storyline of the intimate and unprecedented encounter between the photojournalists of the Magnum Agency and the globe of cinema. The confrontation of two seemingly opposite worlds – fiction and reality. For 70 years their paths crossed: a family of photographers, amongst them the largest names in photography, and a family of actors and filmmakers who helped write the history of cinema, from John Huston to Marilyn Monroe to Orson Welles, Kate Winslet and Sean Penn.
Description: Detour de France offers a fascinating look inside the world's largest annual sporting event. The movie focuses on three Australians reporting on the globe popular cycling event. All three bring a larrikin humour to their antics, which propels the movie from mere reportage to something more akin to attending a sporting happening with 'the boys'.
Description: No another zone in the globe has a romance with American bluegrass like the Czech Republic. Banjo Romantika introduces the musicians who enjoy this special bluegrass hybrid. Czechs first heard bluegrass during Globe Fight II when the Armed Forces Network broadcast American melody for soldiers. The melody represented freedom to dissatisfied Czechs living in a communist state. Czechs' love for the melody was solidified when Pete Seeger visited and performed in 1964. Inspired by classic American bluegrass sounds, an assortment of musicians from across the formerly communist Czech Republic have melded the past, the political and the show into a lively musical tradition entirely its own.
Description: The Enigma of the Swastika - What are the origins of this dreaded symbol of National Socialism? How did the Swastika evolve from a Buddhist sign of nice fortune to the Nazi emblem which would strike terror into the hearts of millions? Research traces the history of the Swastika through a network of shadowy occultist groups to the secretive Thule Society and Hitler's infant Nazi Party. The Eagle and the Swastika - Four days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour, Adolf Hitler declared fight on America. This was the only declaration of fight he ever issued
Description: The first movie produced by ICAIC on the position of girls within the framework of the revolution. The lives of an aspiring actress and her reluctant mother, of an units lieutenant, and of former prostitutes in process of rehabilitation are explored.
Description: Lot Lizard is a detail documentary about truck stop sex workers in America. There are three million truck drivers and thousands of truck stops throughout the United States. Many of them are frequented by sex workers who truck drivers refer to as lot lizards. The movie follows Jennifer, a recovering sex worker who is trying to receive her life back on track, Bobby, a boy struggling to come to grips with his girlfriend's livelihood, and Betty, an aging sex worker who makes no apologies for her lifestyle. These intimate portraits tip at a broader storyline about America, how it deals with its 'derelicts,' and how we are implicated as consumers.
Description: In 1985, three major uprisings rocked Britain, in Brixton, Handsworth and Tottenham. The most explosive was the latter, on the Broadwater Farm housing estate, which resulted in the death of PC Keith Blakelock as well as in hundreds of arrests and a number of prison sentences. The uprisings in both Brixton and Tottenham were sparked by police shootings of innocent black mothers. The People's Accoung was shot during and after the Tottenham uprising. Made by the Ceddo Movie and Video Workshop, it was commissioned by Channel 4, but was never shown as the broadcaster objected to its accusations of police racism.
Description: In a several years, technology will merge with our bodies in methods that today seem unimaginable, and will redefine the limits of what is a human being. There are already folks who, driven by the desire to experiment, have crossed the biological limits by introducing electronic devices that deliever them with capabilities that go beyond what is "normal." They are the first hybrids, and they face the reaction of society, which goes from malignancy to enthusiasm. Today they are only a tiny minority, and many folks consider them as disrupted experimenters, but in the near future we may recognize them as pioneers.
Description: The most extraordinary fighter of all time, Alexander the Nice achieved military conquests that remain unsurpassed to this day. Indeed, the conqueror brought east and west together in the mightiest clash of cultures the globe has ever known. But much of his legend remains shrouded in mystery. Join National Geographic on a quest to search the true Alexander and examine what molded and pushed him ever onward toward fresh horizons.
Description: Why do the bodies of St. Bernadette and those Incorruptibles like her remain untouched by time? From graves throughout Europe, holy bodies have been exhumed by the church – and found to be in a related state. Several appear as outwardly excellent as Saint Bernadette – yet new from the grave their bodies too were entire and intact – apparently resistant to the decay reserved for ordinary humans. Why do the bodies of St. Bernadette and those Incorruptibles like her remain untouched by time? And how has their flesh defied the laws of nature?
Description: Their empire stretched from Ecuador all the method to Chile. Only 40,000 strong, they ruled ten million topics and created one of history's best civilizations. But with one fast blow, the Spanish brought this mighty empire to its knees. it is one of the most dramatic and poignant stories in history. Unfortunately, the drama unfolding today is as disturbing as that which played out 500 years ago. As archaeologists struggle to understand and preserve what remains of a nice culture, tomb looters and the forces of "progress" are pushing it ever closer to extinction. Across Peru, the past is colliding with the future as the demands of a growing population threaten to destroy its precious heritage. From high atop remote Andean peaks to just below a dusty shantytown on the outskirts of Lima, archaeologists are racing vs time to preserve the legacy left by their ancestors.
Description: Vladimir Erofeev was a key figure in the development of the Soviet travelogue during the late 1920s. See for example Far Away in Asia [Daleko v Azii, 1931] and The Roof of the World: An Expedition to Pamir [Krysha mira: ekspeditsiia na Pamir, 1927].
Description: One of the highest achievements of the fresh wave of Kirghiz cinema, which emerged in the mid-1960s. This storyline of a man building sandcastles on the shores of the Issyk-Kul Lake becomes a documentary parable on the tensions between an artist and society.
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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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