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Description: Sacred Land, Sacred Water, a multimedia documentary, is the storyline of science and citizens working together to resist the oil and gas lobby’s efforts to pass a fracking-friendly ordinance in Sandoval County, Fresh Mexico - threatening the sole drinking water aquifer for the population of the greater Albuquerque area.
Description: Documentary on advertising. Investigates the method work has disappeared from advertising images, and traces the phenomenon through archive advertising movies from 1897 to 1960. Territories advertising in the context of historical happenings and daily life, archive material being juxtaposed with contemporary images.
Description: 4-Part documentary series where Lee Min Ho movies over a 700-day period in the DMZ to capture nature and animals. Untouched by humans for over half a century, DMZ’s nature would be close to how this land would look when the civilization disappears. Nature and wilderness breathe here freely, and endangered species have made the zone their habitat. With the narration of actor Lee Min-ho, the documentary reveals the beauty of Korea’s nature in its rawest and purest form. Here, there is a silent land where humans stepped down. It is a military demarcation line between North and South. It is the foremost front that consumed two-thirds of the 37-month Korean War, and the DMZ, a military operation zone that has not been accessible for more than 60 years since the armistice. It is the biggest temperate primeval forest on Earth, where human history of heartbreak and the wild survival of wild animals coexist.
Description: The #3 leading cause of death in the United States is its own health care system. 1.7 million Americans experience a preventable mistake during medical care, and these mistakes lead to many as 440,000 deaths annually. Directed by the son of late patient security pioneer, Dr. John M. Eisenberg, To Err Is Human is an in-depth documentary about this silent epidemic and those working quietly behind the scenes to make a fresh age of patient safety. Through interviews with leaders in healthcare, footage of real-world efforts leading to safer care, and one family's compelling adventure from victim to empowerment, the movie provides a special look at the future of our healthcare system's ongoing war vs preventable harm.
Description: About how soil can be farmed in ecologically-viable fashion and the struggles of the Landless Workers’ Movement. Since 2015, an zone of land has been occupied by a group of workers, who demand that it be redistributed. The documentary finds arresting photos to give a glimpse of an daily life in resistance, equal parts agricultural work and political activism.
Description: A historical and private story, based on the director's own experience, family, mates and acquaintances. We follow them and depict various cases throughout their lives - the sad, the vile, the emotional and the comical. A universal storyline of a family that has arisen from a simultaneously pretty and tragic cultural encounter; as is the situation in hundreds of thousands of families around Europe and the rest of the Western World.
Description: The wastelands and crowded roads of an African country are traversed by a girl bearing a wooden cross on her back. She is followed by sellers, beggars and passersby, outraged voices, pity and curious glances. Parallel to her, among a herd of sheep, a lamb toddles its method from the far away mountains into the heart of the city, only to search itself dangling, skinned and headless, on a butcher’s shoulder. In the meantime, under the scorching sun, in a roofless house, a girl is persistently knitting a garment, unwinding a thread coiled over her son’s face. ‘Mother, I Am Suffocating. This is My Last Movie About You’ is a symbolic social-political voyage of a society, spiralling between religion, identity and collective memory. “I saw in you what they saw, mother. You deserve your war”.
Description: This 16mm short movie undertakes a adventure from slavery to ‘Morabeza’, a multi-faceted word that describes Cape Verde’s gentle spirit. Let yourself be guided to explore the diversity and beauty of this South African country.
Description: Sven Marquardt might be the most popular bouncer worldwide. But beside standing in front of the legendary techno club Berghain in Berlin, he is also a well-known and skilled photographer. Long before the Berlin Wall came down, Marquardt portrayed the subcultural East-Berlin scene. His black and white photography illustrates it as voluptuous, laid-back, dirty and existential. Even if shot by daylight, his work is permeated by darkness, ecstasy and night.
Description: Shadowed by weekly, racist demonstrations in East Germany former factory workers of the German Democratic Republic together with Syrian refugees embark on a self-taught immigration course to share the memories of their lost homelands.
Description: Observes the mechanisms of construction and assimilation of gender in contemporary Italian society, through a kaleidoscopic mosaic of scenes of everyday life: what are the choreographies of bodies, collective rituals, behaviors for every of the categories that condition our identities? Through paintings with a powerful visual impact, Normal says the storyline of normality making it alien to us, exploring the everyday and collective staging of the male and female universe in which we all participate.
Description: A group of exceptional young ladies in Khartoum are determined to enjoy football professionally. They are prepared to defy the ban imposed by Sudan's Islamic Military government and they will not take no for an answer. Their war to receive officially recognized as Sudan's National Woman's squad is fearless, courageous and often laughable. But their struggle is unwavering. Through the intimate portrait of these girls over a number of years we follow their moments of hope and deception. Despite the National Football Federation getting FIFA funds earmarked for the women's teams, this squad continues to be marginalized. However, there is a fresh spark of hope when the elections within the federation should mean true change of the whole system.
Description: January 2016. The love storyline that brought me to this village in Alsace where I live ended six months ago. At 45, I am actually alone, without a car, a job or any true prospects, surrounded by luxuriant nature, the proximity of which is not enough to calm the deep distress into which I am plunged. France, still in shock from the November terror attacks, is in a state of emergency. I feel helpless, I suffocate with contained rage. I am lost and I watch four to five movies a day. I decide to record this stagnation, not by picking up a camera but by editing shots from the stream of movies I watch.
Description: Pedro Lemebel, the writer and visual artist, defeated a marginal childhood to become one of the first to shake up Chile’s conservative society during Pinochet’s dictatorship. Dressed in feather boas, stilettos and a sharp tongue, he staged revolutionary performances that defied the era’s terror, he told what no one wanted to hear in a homophobic, repressed and militarized country.
Description: This is the tale of a young woman, growing up in the age of the internet and turning the find for oneself into a public spectacle, allowing children from all over the globe to live their life through hers. Through her fragmented personalities you see the emergence of a fresh generation, in which the idea of a fixed identity has grown old.
Description: Serendipity began as a book, published on the opportunity of Prune Nourry’s solo present at the Guimet National Asian Art Museum in Paris in 2017. The French-born, Fresh York–based artist has spent the majority of her artistic career creating work that deals with women’s bodies and female fertility. A newest breast cancer diagnosis led Nourry to make Serendipity—now in the form of a stunning first-person documentary—which captures the subsequent evolution of her body, her work, her soul, and her mind. This impassioned, pretty movie embodies the artist’s belief that everything is connected, coincidence is an illusion, and “the essentials to life really are health, love, and art.”
Description: Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, 2017. In the urban jungle counting over 13 million inhabitants, amid social and political chaos, an eclectic and bubbling road art stage is emerging. Underground visual artists, musicians and performers make out of nothing, using recycled objects and their own bodies to express their anger, but also their dreams for change. Despite the constant harassment of the authorities, the powerful taboos of a traditional society and the private struggles of the artists, the movement can no longer be stopped.
Description: The Mentors short "Fuck Movie" where El Duce plays a couch use caster up to typical Mentors practice of "peaceful rape" as well as showing where inspirations for "Goin' Thru Your Purse", "Sleep Bandits" & "On The Rag" come from. The Mentors short "Get Up & Die" about killing Fresh Wavers and Glam Rockers. The Mentors on Hot Seat with Wally George. Conversation with El Duce & The Mentors.
Description: Accompanies three troops that are trying to search a method back to life with the support of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD. Where the conventional medicine is limited, Claudia Swiercek fills the gap with her horses.
Description: The robots are at our doorstep. Scientists as well as tech-visionaries are certain that in a several years robots will be an integral part of our daily life. But humanoid robots are more than just other gadget. Bearing a resemblance to living monsters in their conduct and looks, they are more like fresh beings on our planet. We are the Robots, shows robots interacting with humans in everyday-environments already today. What will we gain from this fresh technology? And what will we lose?
Description: In fictional sequences inserted into this documentary about economic, social and political perspectives on possible upcoming developments, the filmmakers portray a utopian future as a foreign territory. Six public figures from different cultural and social circles reflect on the future as a matter of time, folks and the world.
Description: There is more to winter than cold, short and dark days – there is a group of folks who live for the winter and the occasions it provides for having fun. Nitro is not your normal company, it´s a family and a collective on a point to spread the joys of snowboarding to as many folks as possible. 28 WINTERS captures the heritage, the team, and the actual state of Nitro Snowboarding by showcasing the many various personalities within the family, featuring Nitro Co-Founder Thomas Delago, Marcus Kleveland, Eero Ettala, Elias Elhardt, Austin Smith, Bryan Fox, Sam Taxwood, Jeremy Jones, Sven Thorgren, and the rest of the Nitro team. The Nitro family will take you through a adventure of why they pursue the snowboarding dream and how all their various lines lead to the same conclusion – it´s all about the freedom, friends, and fun. Snowboarding is as inspiring and fun as you create it, it´s an escape from reality – the chances are endless.
Description: Three users in the free-market economy assume responsibility for society and subsequent generations: they practise sustainability. The movie examines different stages in the careers of successful entrepreneurs who operate on a local, national and international lvl and deliver on their promise of a sustainable future.
Description: A city, a cinema, and a reluctant farewell. In 2017, in the town of Constance on Lake Constance, Europe’s biggest chain of drugstores opened the city’s fifth branch store: more diapers, more toothpaste and more toiletries for the local residents and the consumer tourists from Switzerland. Until the year 2016, the premises were reserved for movie culture, this was the zone of the former “Scala Movie Palace”. When Douglas Wolfsperger returns to the magical website of his cinematic socialization, the public opposition to this pending closure is in full swing. The filmmaker becomes witness to the final rebellion of a dying art house cinema, speaks to passionate movie enthusiasts and matter-of-fact town administrators about loss and expansion, the increase in pleasure and trade, intransparent vested interests and advantageous business situations. Inner towns and cultural ideas change – in Constance and everywhere else. But who decides how and for whom?
Description: A movie initiated by the Cinémathèque Française (France - 2007) The Cinémathèque Française digitized, restored and reanimated more than 400 fragile cellulose nitrate movies of Etienne-Jules Marey’s work. These 400 incunables are presented for the first time in this film: a monument!
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