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Description: Death, the passage of time and eternity. Large topics, but seen from a fresh and original perspective in a movie based on a easy idea: that one's sense of time ceases to function when one dies, and that one for a short – or in fact very long – moment has the possibility to experience eternity. And to therefore live in a single memory forever. Which one would you choose? 'I Remember When I Die' takes zone at life's last destination, a hospice, but is a poetic and vital adventure into the borderland of consciousness, and right into a possible afterlife.
Description: Rudy Macklin’s jersey is hanging from the rafters at LSU’s Pete Maravich Assembly, and for nice reason: He is the school’s all-time leading rebounder. He carried the Tigers to the 1981 Final Four in Philadelphia. Back then, the competition included a third-place game, and that’s where the problem started for Macklin. Just before the consolation minigame vs Virginia, President Ronald Reagan was shot, and after the loss, Macklin was asked if the news might have affected the team. His response—”He’s no kin of mine”—was so blown out of proportion that he feared for his life. In this documentary, directed by Marc Kinderman for ESPN Films, Macklin looks back at the anxious times when he thought he might receive hung for a various reason.
Description: The movie portrays the changes in the life of an Armenian family on Aleppo’s frontline in Al Midan, an zone that brought shelter to the persecuted Armenians 100 years ago and today to many displaced Syrians. From the balcony of his home, the director movies with a tiny camera the changes in his neighborhood and his own family, interweaving his photos with extracts from classical movies to illustrate the parallels between the Armenian genocide and Syrians’ reality today.
Description: A continuous, extreme present is held, each year, in Tesla Arena in Prague. The visitors can be impressed by shows of risky riding on motorcycles, nice acrobatics on 4 wheel vehicles, etc…
Description: In the most notorious moment of his storied career, Pete Weber screamed, “Who do you think you are? I am.” “The Terrible Man of Bowling,” directed by Bryan Storkel, explores the meaning of that schizophrenic shout, uttered for a national tv audience right after he won an unprecedented fifth U.S. Launch title. He’s the one-time wunderkind son of Dick Weber, the matinee idol of bowling in its heyday. He’s the mullet-wearing PDW who gave much-needed energy to a dying sport with his “crotch shots.” He’s a wise guy who has wised up—at least a little. In this entertaining but piercing roll down memory lane, viewers will explore just who Pete Weber really is.
Description: “Journey to the Oscars” details in-depth, emotional stories about some of the most notable 2016 Oscar nominees, including Sylvester Stallone, Brie Larson, Bryan Cranston, Sir Ridley Scott and Matt Damon. Using a cinematic, documentary-style approach, the one-hour unique focuses on the key moments that have defined every one as an artist and place the nominee on their special path to Hollywood’s largest night. Anchored by Robin Roberts
Description: A people's struggle to save the animal at the heart of their culture. For centuries the Bunong indigenous folks on the Cambodian-Vietnamese border lived with elephants, believing they shared the same destiny. Today, as the forests and rivers both boy and animal depend on are threatened, their fates seem even more inseparable. Last of the Elephant Boys follows over a period of time few members of the tribe as they attempt to save the animal that once defined their method of life and may keep the key to their own survival.
Description: An examination of four various movies which to varying degrees center on a prop or an object or an item that crosses different characters' lives and passes from hand to hand. The storyline in every movie is, to a certain extent, said from the mission of view of the object which can neither speak nor evaluate the actions of the characters whose lives it touches and influences. The films? MME DE..., WINCHESTER '73, VIRDIANA and AU HASARD BALTHAZAR.
Description: Double Barrel follows surf and travel journalist Angie Takanami’s adventure to Peru to document Peruvian surf tutorial Harold Koechlin’s dream of protecting Peru’s world-class surf breaks. After a possibility meeting, the two compared tales of living through natural and human-inflicted disasters, and their dreams for sustainable surf development and tourism. Focussed in the oil-dominated city of Lobitos, Harold is working together with the local and international community and is determined to preserve the locals’ right to a clean ocean and environment to give cities like Lobitos a more sustainable future.
Description: Before the Internet, what did you do if you were a six-foot-something athlete in need of some really large (think size 22), really expensive shoes? You did what ever you should to receive to Atlanta and see the guys at Friedman's.
Description: The movie revolves around four female mates (Amina, Safynaz, Shahenda and Wedad) from Egypt with opposing religious, social, and political views in modern day Egypt. The four girls listen to one another's views and argue openly, without ever breaking the bond that unites them.
Description: Leading Chinese Sixth Generation filmmaker Jia Zhangke returns home to Fenyang in Shanxi province after winning the Golden Lion Award at the Venice Movie Festival for Still Life (2006). The experiences of his childhood, the folks he grew up with, and the changing landscape of his home city gave Jia the inspiration to create his first films. The documentary forms a poignant inquiry into the past of the director's life and Chinese society at the same time.
Description: "The Small House Movement is about reevaluating what we have, what we want, what we need, what we love – what we wish to do with our lives." - Lina Menard Living Tiny explores the globe of small houses through the lives of the folks on the movement’s forefront. The movie centers on Anderson Page as he builds a small house for the first time, discovering the challenges and rewards of constructing one's own living space. Living Tiny offers an alternative meditation on the territories we inhabit and asks the question: Should we live more with less?
Description: This is a compilation of the greatest NFL Fantasy User Files. Every video includes a various NFL user doing a cool transport whether its passing, catching, or kicking the football.
Description: During the Exodus, one of the most popular miracles of the Old Testament took place. More than 3000 years have passed since Moses led two million Israelites across the Red Sea and out of the bondage of Egypt. Christians, Jews, and Muslims throughout the globe still embrace the accounts of this remarkable event. It is an epic that so fascinated Hollywood director Cecil B. DeMille that he made THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, twice. Actually THE EXODUS REVEALED follows the footsteps of the kids of Israel in an unforgettable adventure of discovery. A adventure that reveals physical evidence for the Exodus including: the remains of 3800 year old Hebrew settlements in Egypt's Nile Delta; Egyptian records of the Israelites bondage under Pharaoh; the precise route they may have followed to freedom; their crossing website on the shore of the Red Sea; and the zone of Mt. Sinai. THE EXODUS REVEALED brings to light the first significant archaeological "find" of the 21st century.
Description: Internationally renowned chef, Yotam Ottolenghi, returns to his hometown of Jerusalem to explore the hidden treasures of its extraordinarily rich and diverse meal culture. He meets and cooks with both Arabs and Jews in restaurants and at home, who draw on hundreds of years of tradition to make the dishes that define the city, and explores the flavours and recipes that have influenced his palate. Much has changed since his childhood in Jerusalem, and politics is never far away, but Yotam finds that meal is sometimes the one zone where the various communities can come together. From the humble road foods of hummus and falafel, to the cutting edge of Jerusalem cuisine, Yotam uncovers the essence of what makes the meal of Jerusalem so great.
Description: Documentary about two resilient twenty-somethings who reached adulthood in a strange world. Mariwan is standing still, but wants to receive a transport on, whereas Bushra can finally receive started, but clings to her past. Both arrived in the Netherlands alone when they were seventeen. The tough circumstances and absence of their family forced them, earlier than expected, to stand on their own two feet. Bushra and Mariwan candidly talk about their future dreams and memories. Actually that they can stay in the Netherlands, they wonder: Who am I, what do I wish and what am I going to do?
Description: Haunted by his violent past, the ambitious lawyer Anuol returns to his homeland, South Sudan, committed to serve his country and keep accountable those who are responsible. But his quest, led by the guidelines of law, hits a wall when he is confronted with his countrymen’s reluctance to reconcile with history.
Description: Scottish islanders take on the government, large industry and the Bank of America - and win! 'The Bridge Rising' says the storyline of the Skye Bridge tolls, Scotland's first PFI (Private Finance for Public Works) scheme. In the words of the protagonists themselves, from protestors to politicians, police to prosecutor, journalist to engineer - this movie unpacks the twists and turns of the 10-year war vs the tolls. With a nod to Ealing comedies of yesteryear, the storyline is said with an air of mischief and unfolds vs the backdrop of stunning scenery and a strong musical score.
Description: In The Colonial Misunderstanding Jean-Marie Teno sheds light on the complex and problematic relationship between colonization and European missionaries on the African continent. The movie looks at Christian evangelism as the forerunner of European colonialism in Africa, indeed, as the ideological model for the relationship between North and South even today. In particular it looks at the role of missionaries in Namibia on the centenary of the 1904 German genocide of the Herero folks there. It reveals how colonialism destroyed African beliefs and social systems and replaced them with European ones, as if they were the only acceptable routes to modernity.
Description: Blackhearts takes a new look at the notorious Norwegian black metal melody stage - but from a striking fresh angle. It travels to South America, Europe and the Middle East to follow three black metal die hards who hail from extreme religious and political backgrounds.
Description: The photos should be taken from a science fiction movie set on planet World after it’s become uninhabitable. Abandoned buildings – housing estates, shops, cinemas, hospitals, offices, schools, a library, amusement parks and prisons. Territories and territories being reclaimed by nature, such as a moss-covered bar with ferns growing between the stools, a still stocked soft drinks machine actually covered with vegetation, an overgrown rubbish dump, or tanks in the forest. Tall grass sprouts from cracks in the asphalt. Birds circle in the dome of a decommissioned reactor, a gust of wind makes window blinds clatter or scraps of paper float around, the noise of the rain: sounds entirely without words, plenty of room for contemplation. All these territories carry the traces of erstwhile human existence and bear witness to a civilisation that brought forth architecture, art, the entertainment industry, technologies, ideologies, fights and environmental disasters.
Description: Lilly Singh, YouTube's iisuperwomanii brings her satisfied zone to life in an ambitious 27 town globe tour where she hand delivers an inspirational message to her 7+ million fanatics while learning what it takes to become a globe class live entertainer and boss. This feature-length film gives fanatics an extraordinary look inside the life and adventure of Lilly Singh as she embarks on a challenging 26-city global tour where she has to remember to practice what she preaches: happiness is the only thing worth fighting for.
Description: More than a movie about football, this documentary is the portrait of a passion. Through few testimonies, what is shown is the feeling of the fanatic of Peñarol and what he is capable of doing for the squad of his loves. From the biggest flag in the globe to the most spectacular receptions, including tattoos, anecdotes, promises and much more.
Description: In northern Morocco lies the Spanish enclave of Melilla: Europe on African Land. On the mountain above live over a thousand hopeful African migrants, watching the land border, a fence system separating Morocco and Spain. Abou from Mali is one of them – the protagonist in front of the camera, as well as the person behind it. For over a year, he has ceaselessly persisted in attempting to jump the fence.
Description: One of the first European movies commissioned by the countries that signes the Brussels treaty and filmed in the museums of Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris, London, Ghent and The Hague. The movie shows, by means of 59 works of art, how painting discovered the landscape once it left the strictly religious context behind. Henri storck wrote, "We have tried to eliminate the artificiality of filming. We have tried to hide the camera in order to immerse the audience in the globe of the painting and the landscape that it depicts. We wish the viewer to explore the feeling of nature for himself, through the artists.... It is not our ambition to create a critical or informative work." This iconic adventure from Bosch to Manet and Turner is accompanied by melody by Georges Auric.
Description: Woman Power is a documentary that presents female graffiti writers from fifteen towns – from Prague to Moscow, Cape Town, Sydney, Biel, Madrid, Berlin, Toulouse, Barcelona and all the method to Fresh York. The graffiti community is predominantly a man's world, and boys often share the view that graffiti – namely the illegal type – is not for girls. And yet girls have become increasingly more emancipated in newest years; there are female graffiti shows, magazines and websites. Woman Power captures the stories of ladies who have succeeded in the male graffiti world.
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Philippe Mora was the person who as a 19 year old movie student discovered the actually well known private movies of Eva Braun (that would create a fine movie in itself). This fascinating color movie footage is incorporated into this un narrated documentary along with a wide assortment of original Nazi newsreels and propaganda movies to show life in Nazi Germany from 1933-45 as seen through the propaganda filmmakers (and Eva's) camera lens. A unbelievable classical melody score accompanies. This movie is quite rare and is generally unavailable. I trust it was nominated for an award (or won an award). Nevertheless,if you receive a possibility to see it, purchase it, etc, do it. It is the greatest documentary movie on Nazi Germany of it's type with much never before seen original footage.
This detail length documentary will knock your socks off ... if you're ever lucky enough to see it. If you have ever wondered how Hitler and his thugs wooed the Germans? Philippe Mora has assembled an wonderful body of movie footage here and allow the material say the storyline ... there is no narration, something Philippe does particularly well (see his next doco, BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME). He was even able to search Eva Braun's home films of Hitler, mostly taken at Obersalzburg, and with the support of German lipreaders, bring them to life. Students of history will search it particularly enlightening. It is also horrifying. Most folks didn't think Hitler was at all bad. Popular reporter Dick Brinkly singing the praises of Hitler in the mid 30s gotta be embarrassing. See it if you can. Pray it comes out on DVD one day.
Home films of Hitler with Goering & Goebbels & Eva & the gang (much of it at der Berghof, much shot by Eva), a bit of Bormann, Himmler, & Speer as well, interspersed with plenty of domestic documentary footage, predominantly from 1933 to 1939. Eva exhibitionistically posing in a swimsuit whilst hanging from a lakeshore tree branch; Adolf lovingly petting a German shepherd, & elsewhere observing that a recreational-boar-hunting "Göring could go into the forest with a spear." A squadron of planes flying in excellent swastika formation, Neville Chamberlain's declarations of triumphant diplomacy, even Jesse Owens praising his hosts' treatment at the 12th Olympics.These were gay, heady times in the Third Reich, and the camera was there to capture it. Fairly fascinating to hear Adolf talk in a calm, conversational tone without spewing venom, and even more refreshing to endure no predictably prejudising Allied-oriented narration, even when things inexorably but slowly start to take a darker turn in the last third of the film, and der Juden trouble starts to emerge (to which a recently fled Einstein vaguely makes a public response).Quite enlightening to just slowly take it in and in a measured manner comprehend for yourself what you're seeing; thank you, Mr. Mora, for that liberty. Released in the year 1973 (apparently causing something of a riot at its Cannes premiere), was banned im Deutschland for the next 36 for fear that seeing the human side of Hitler would de-demonize him. (The director followed up this effort with his first detail film, Angry Dog Morgan with Dennis Hopper.)Among the unique details (in the Australian ver of the DVD, at least), the Leni Riefenstahl attack piece has received both praise and excoriation.
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