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Description: In December 2001, the world's media reported that a young Japanese woman, Takako Konishi, had died whilst trying to search the cash hidden in the snow at the end of the Coen Brothers' movie 'Fargo'. The fact that she died outside the city of Fargo was correct. The rest was not a real story. Director Paul Berczeller took it upon himself to look into this tale that the media swallowed so easily, finding that the truth was a lot more tragic and a lot less melodramatic…
Description: In 1996, the artist Leila K was nominated for the greatest album award, for her album "Manic Panic", in the Swedish Grammis Gallan. She ultimately lost the award to Dilba, and didn't take it very well. The day after, the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet published a storyline about Leila K peeing on the floor at the award ceremony. Leila K filed a lawsuit vs them, and was offered a possibility to redeem herself. The documentary also covers how Leila K built her career and stardom, from the beginning with Rob'n'Raz and their globe wide mega hit "Got To Get" in 1989, up to her second album of her solo career.
Description: In the Romanian city of Craiova, five hundred elderly folks are passing their days in a home, for which they pay with their paltry pensions. Each day looks the same, each activity is predictable. Even the people‘s complaints are part of the everyday routine. One of the residents hopes in vain that a lottery ticket will bring him refuge. For six days, filmmakers Andreea Paduraru and Cristi Puiu test to receive through to these people, who are carrying their entire past on their backs. To the question what the greatest days of their lives was, nobody can or wants to give an answer. Nearly everyone instantly begins about the day-to-day worries and issues in the home. Finally, one girl says about her activities as head of the research department of the government of Ceausescu, with whom she once had an argument. Other resident recalls his time as a soldier in Globe Fight II and proceeds to the order of the day.
Description: Interviews with five former American troops who were show at the March 16, 1968 attack on the village of My Lai during the Vietnam War; they discuss the orders that were issued leading up to the attack, their expectations of what they would search there, and the subsequent massacre of the inhabitants and destruction of the village, as well as possible motivations for the killings and rapes which took place.
Description: Hélio Oiticica was one of the artists that most united reflection with artistic creation. His concepts and propositions, expressed not only in texts but also in statements and interviews, revolutionized art and culture, transforming him into one of the most necessary Brazilian artists of the 20th century. Foregoing voiceover narration and expert analyses, the movie allows Oiticica himself to narrate his life and expound upon his art in his own words, and in extremely rare archival audio and visual material.
Description: Documentary covering the situation of Mumia Abu-Jamal, a black nationalist and journalist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, convicted of killing a Philadelphia police officer and sentenced to death in a trial marked by controversial prosecutorial and defense strategies and charges of racism.
Description: Just a couple of months before his death, in August 1963, he made one last film: a 25-minute short entitled Jean Cocteau s’adresse à l’an 2000 (Cocteau addresses the year 2000). The movie comprises one still and highly sober shot of Cocteau facing the camera head-on to address the youth of the future. Once recorded, this spoken message for the 21st century was wrapped up, sealed and posted on the understanding that it would be opened only in the year 2000 (as it turned out, it was discovered and exhumed a several years shy of that date). If in The Testament Cocteau portrays himself as a living anachronism, a lonesome classical modernist loitering in space-time in the same buckskin jacket and tie while lost in the spectral light of his memories, here he acknowledges explicitly the irony of his phantom-like state: by the time the viewer sees this image, he, J. C., our saviour Poet, will long be dead.
Description: Paragraph 175, which made homosexual behavior punishable by law, was abolished in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) in 1968. At that time, heterosexual nuclear families constituted the center of socialist society, and homosexuality was considered a peripheral trouble in the GDR. Out in East Berlin —Lesbians & Gays in the GDR says the impressive-to-absurd private histories of gay boys and lesbians in the GDR, from the post WWII years until the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Description: CNBC examines the history of the video minigame industry from the first tennis minigame developed for an oscilloscope to the Atari and video arcade minigame boom of the early 1980s. It looks at the history of electronic minigame all the method up to the actual Nintendo, Playstation, and Xbox minigame systems.
Description: Marc Huestis edits interviews with 15 men, including himself, around a set of subject starting with "what is sex?" The boys are gay, living in or near San Francisco. They talk about their first sexual experiences, the gay stage in San Francisco in the late 1970s, the pall cast by AIDS, the safe-sex movement, getting into serious relationships, the disease and death of partners, pornography, S/M and pain, race and stereotypes, private fantasies, and bliss. Huestis has a thesis, that sex is going to be with us, so how greatest do we embrace it? His 15 subjects, archival footage, clips from porn films, and close-up looks at boys loving boys flesh out different answers.
Description: Actually known internationally as the world's first "gay hometown," San Francisco's Castro District was a quiet, working-class neighborhood of European immigrants only a several decades ago. In this documentary, the storyline of the Castro's transformation is said by those who lived it, young and old, straight and gay. It's a tale of social upheaval, exuberant road culture, political assassination, and the inspiring coming-of-age of an whole community an ongoing saga even today.
Description: In this documentary, filmed throughout the U.S., Asia, and South America and originally aired on PBS Television, singer Alanis Morissette narrates as documentary filmmakers profile the folks whose lives have been affected by global warming and discover the efforts made by scientists, individuals, and communities to create the planet secure for future generations. This documentary profiles folks who are living with the grave consequences of a changing climate, as well as the individuals, communities and scientists inventing fresh approaches to safeguard our children's future. Filmed across the U.S., Asia and South America, this tool brings the reality of climate change to life and offers viewers a tons of methods to create a difference in their own communities.
Description: Throughout history there have been legendary artifacts that have captured the imagination of adventurers everywhere. While belief in their existence seems to fly in the face of reason and science, there have been those who have devoted their lives to their discovery. One boy has looked for some of these remarkable treasures. He is Indiana Jones--professor of archeology and an adventurer who has uncovered some of the world's best mysteries. But Dr. Jones is just a fictitious hero and it's widely assumed that the artifacts he searched for were also figments of a writer's imagination. But were they?
Description: An independent documentary directed by Bobbito Garcia and Kevin Couliau. The movie explores the definition, history, culture, social impact and global influence of Fresh York's outdoor summer basketball scene, the worldwide 'Mecca' of the sport.
Description: An uncensored look into the lives of the female stand-up comedian. Featuring interviews and live performance footage from some of today's most prominent female voices in stand-up comedy and entertainment, this revealing documentary sheds light on the legacy of the female comedian and the dedication, courage and passion that is needed to be successful in the male dominated stand-up comedy business.
Description: The Bimblebox Nature Refuge lies in the path of what will be the earths biggest coal mines. One woman, Paola Cassoni, decides to resist the "China First" project that will destroy her Nature Refuge and supply energy to Asia for the next thirty years. Paola's decision brings the viewer on a tour of Australia's "Quarry Vision". At this critical time, when so much coal and coal seam gas expansion is planned in Australia, this movie aims to victory the hearts and minds of the people, exposing the destructiveness of this industry to our climate, communities and environment. It says the stories of the folks fighting for their homes and culture. Australia is the worlds biggest exporter of coal supplying one third of the worlds supply. It is impossible to address climate change without looking at Australia's role in the planets climate future. http://www.screenzone.tv/products/bimblebox
Description: Dziga Vertov-directed Soviet newsreel made to commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Vladimir Ilich Lenin (21st January 1924 - 1925) drawn from 'The Final Journey', a Pravda feuilleton written on the opportunity of Lenin's funeral by the boy who had introduced Vertov to cinema, Mikhail Koltsov. Contains: First anniversary of Lenin's death: 1. Assassination attempt on Lenin and Soviet Russia's progress under his leadership / 2. Lenin's illness, death and funeral / 3. The year after Lenin's death
Description: Dziga Vertov-directed Soviet newsreel covering: A peasant buys a receiver at the radio store / Instructions to attach an antenna / A broadcast-station is developed / A concert is broadcast. Though only a third of this final trouble of Kino-Pravda seems to survive, there still exists Aleksandr Bushkin’s time-lapse animation and the sequence in which, as Yuri Tsivian describes, “a cross-section of a photographically correct izba (Russian peasant’s log hut) is penetrated by schematically charted radio waves”—a testament to the magical properties and propagandistic uses of radio in reaching out to Russia’s distant peasantry.
Description: Reconstructing the features of the death of his brother, Rafael Burlan da Silva, twelve years ago, the filmmaker Cristiano Burlan launches a private adventure that leads to the heart of a cycle of violence in the outskirts of São Paulo — like the neighborhood Capão Redondo, where his family lived and where his 22 year-old brother was killed with 7 shots in 2001. Exploring his brother’s reasons for involvement with drugs and vehicle theft, the director exposes parts of his own family history, listening to relatives and friends, whose testimonies bring to light the fates of few characters, mapping the history of painful emotional wounds.
Description: Weaving together natural history and biography, this movie is a fascinating exploration into the special relationship between humans and whales as said by renowned whale biologist and activist Dr. Roger Payne. A pioneer in whale song research, Payne has passionately promoted the security of these majestic sea monsters for four decades and continues to do so by studying ocean pollution.
Description: Documentary about private lide of Herbert Hoover's and his governmental career, profiles the former head of state's political philosophy, memorable election campaigns, Nice Depression disclaimers and more. Through interviews with scholars such as David Kennedy, Robert Reich and Tim Egan, this biography sheds fresh light on the underappreciated president's hard tenure and enduring legacy.
Description: A scientific and social exploration of the future of human reproductive technology. In vitro fertilization, sperm banks' potential repercussions and the ethics of genetically engineering babies are among the problems examined.
Description: A fast-paced, feature-length documentary which goes beyond the tinselly glamour of Bollywood to expose the industry's rather less alluring underbelly. The Mumbai movie industry has long been rumoured to be associated with crime syndicates. The connection was publicly established when, in July 2007, one of India's superstars, Sanjay Dutt, was convicted of possessing firearms which were linked to India's 9/11 - the day in 1993 when Mumbai suffered 13 terrorist bomb blasts in the zone of two hours. As full of sudden reversals as any thriller, this documentary follows Sanjay Dutt as he makes Shootout In Lokhandwala, his last movie before being sentenced. He plays a real-life Mumbai police officer, AA Khan, who became a local character after a fatal shootout with criminals in which 1,400 rounds of ammunition were fired. The documentary subtly underlines the ironies of this case and has as colorful a cast of its own as any Bollywood movie. (Storyville)
Description: House is the storyline of a house in West-Jerusalem: abandoned during the 1948 fight by its owner, a Palestinian doctor; requisitioned by the Israeli government as "vacant'; rented to Jewish Algerian immigrants in 1956; bought by a university professor who undertakes its transformation into a patrician villa... The building website is like a theatre in which the former inhabitants, the neighbours, the workers, the builder and the fresh owner all appear. Israeli tv censured the film. "Gitai wants this house to be both a symbol and something very concrete; he wants it to become a hero in a film. He achieves one of the most pretty things a camera can register 'live', as it were; folks who look at the same thing but see various things - and who are moved by that vision. In this crumbling shell of a house, true hallucinations start to take shape. The film's central concept is easy and the movie has simply the force of that idea, no more, no less."
Description: Follows the life of Hull folk group The Watersons, which is made up of brothers and sisters Michael Waterson, Norma Waterson, Elaine Waterson (more commonly known as Lal Waterson), and their cousin John Harrison, as they spend a huge amount of their time on the street in their van travelling between one folk club and the next.
Description: A living victim's private adventure through one of the most special serial assassin situations in U.S. History - the BTK murders, as said through the eyes of Charlie Otero, the oldest surviving member of the first family BTK murdered on January 15th, 1974.
Description: Can a house be a metaphor for Arab-Jewish relations in Israel? Amos Gitai returns to the house in West Jerusalem he profiled in 1980. He interviews members of the Jewish families who live there, and he talks with the Arab family who lived in the house until 1948. They are actually in East Jerusalem and pay a nearly furtive visit to the road in front of their old house. Gitai also interviews Palestinian laborers at work on renovations and excavating an old tunnel to the Holy Mount. What do folks think of every other, what do they think of Israel, what do they think of co-existence? Do the actual residents know the house's history?
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