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See Eva Braun (Swastika - Philippe.
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Description: Mason is a modern day "sungazer" and topics of Peter Sorcher’s award-winning and suspenseful documentary movie that follows Mason on an wonderful and often hilarious cross-country tour into the tiny known globe of sungazing; an ancient practice of looking directly at the sun for a range of physical and spiritual benefits. Throughout his journey, Mason is riddled with uncertainty. Will he hurt his eyes? Is the boy who inspires thousands lying? Will Mason succeed in his quest to uncover the truth? This captivating documentary will challenge your deepest held beliefs.
Description: "10 on Ten" is a 2004 Iranian documentary movie directed by Abbas Kiarostami. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2004 Cannes Movie Festival. Looking to his own art for inspiration, Abbas Kiarostami reflects on his techniques of filming and how he taped certain sequences in "Ten" in 2001.
Description: In her quest to uncover the wrongdoings of the Russian authorities, Anna Politkovskaya inspired awe in some and fear in countless others. At age 48 she was assassinated for simply doing her job. This documentary is based on Anna's conversations with filmmaker Marina Goldovskaya, Anna's former university professor and private friend. Shot over a period of 20 years, this exclusive footage creates an wonderful storyline of a girl who consciously gave her life for her convictions.
Description: In the spring of 1903, on a whim and a fifty-dollar bet, Dr. Horatio Nelson Jackson set off from San Francisco in a 20-horsepower Winton touring vehicle hoping to become the first person to cross the United States in the new-fangled "horseless carriage." Most folks doubted that the automobile had much of a future. Jackson's trip would prove them wrong.
Description: Six years in the making, this documentary movie follows outspoken indie-rock character Bob Forrest, through his life-threatening struggle with addiction, to his transformation into one of the most influential and controversial drug counselors in the US today. BOB AND THE MONSTER crafts contemporary footage, animation and compelling interviews with archival performances and private videos from Bob's past to reveal the complex layers of this troubled, but hopeful soul. Testimony from his peers, including Courtney Love, Anthony Kiedis and Flea add texture, but it's the depth of Bob's music, interwoven throughout the film, that illuminates this unforgettable and inspirational story.
Description: For over 30 years, the so-called First Transmission video from Psychic TV, has been the items of, well, “snuff film” legend. First advertised in the back pages of Thee Grey Ebook , The First Transmission was an ultra weird touchstone of the underground VHS tape trading stage of the 1980s.
Description: Sarah Khoshjamal, a 20-year-old Taekwondo superstar, is the first female professional athlete from Iran to qualify for the Olympics. This skillful vérité portrait follows the unassuming Khoshjamal in the nine months leading up to the 2008 Beijing games. Living in an Islamic country, she is needed to wear a hijab at all times and, unlike her fellow competitors around the world, cannot train with men; however, the power in her fighting resoundingly breaks down stereotypical barriers. Khoshjamal’s experience as a world-class athlete may be familiar, but captured here is the importance of the coach-athlete relationship. The bond she shares with her feisty and much-admired female coach is revealed through daily moments as both struggle through inequality to create their mark—in sport and society. Though it’s still the male athletes who are ultimately celebrated in her country, Khoshjamal’s accomplishments and lasting influence on scores of women in Iran are undeniable.
Description: Michael Cimino's "Heaven's Gate" stands as one of the most influential and necessary movies of all time; one that changed the film industry in methods nobody ever expected. "Final Cut: The Making and Unmaking of Heaven's Gate" is a captivating, cutting, and thorough look at the long production and crushing failure of the epic movie that destroyed a nice motion picture studio.
Description: Using original interviews with director John Carpenter, stars Jamie Lee Curtis and P.J. Soles, and team members, Halloween: A Slash Above The Rest unveils the production of the horror classic and how the ingenuity of Carpenter and his team, coupled with the shoestring budget of $325,000, drove the filmmakers to make one of the most influential horror movies of all time.
Description: Following the immense success of The King of the Rings trilogy, Peter Jackson directs Lord Kong (2005). This documentary follows him, and the immense project from begin to finish. It turns out that this one movie may now be a larger task to finished than all 3 of the King of the Rings movies together.
Description: "Halloween: The Inside Story" takes a look at one of the most successful movie franchises of all time as it goes behind the scenes of John Carpenter's "Halloween," the "frightfest" that redefined the horror category in the late 1970s. Viewers will learn how writer and director John Carpenter made film magic on a shoestring budget and how the costume department created one of the most iconic horror villains in film history by spray-painting a mask of Captain Kirk. It's an inside look at Michael Myers and the Halloween terror he unleashes on the terrible teenagers of Haddonfield, Ill.
Description: Through the remarkable and highly private storyline of lifelong friends, Three Comrades depicts the downfall of the Soviet Union and the devastating impact of Chechnya's struggle for independence and protracted fight upon the lives of its innocent citizens
Description: Even after 60 years, there is much to be explored and shared about the Holocaust. Scores of documentaries valiantly record survivors' harrowing testimonies or uncover a surprising fresh angle through archival research. But it's still possible to feel numb to the unspeakable photos and stories from this diabolical chapter of human history. Propelled by this observation, Rex Bloomstein brings us KZ, a groundbreaking, haunting movie that looks at emotional repression and confrontation today in relation to the Nazi atrocities. Bloomstein examines the spiritual shadow cast on visitors, tour guides, and local residents by Mauthausen, a concentration camp ("KZ" for short) on the banks of the Danube.
Description: In September 2005, Afghanistan held its first parliamentary elections in 35 years. Among the candidates for 249 assembly seats was Malalai Joya, a courageous, controversial 27-year-old girl who had ignited outrage among hard-liners when she spoke out vs corrupt warlords at the Grand Council of tribal elders in 2003. Opponents of Happiness is a revelatory portrait of this extraordinary freedom warrior and the method she won the hearts of voters, as well as a snapshot of life and politics in war-torn Afghanistan.
Description: Driving a wedge into famous thinking about Tibet, Luc Schaedler says the nice storyline of a boy who did the same. Gendun Choephel was a Tibetan Buddhist monk in the early twentieth century. Well before the Chinese occupation, during a time of deep religious conservatism and national isolation, he formed a conviction about the importance of Tibet's engagement with the globe and modernity. With this impetus, he undertook extended travels throughout Tibet, India, and Sri Lanka, seeking experiences and conducting research to construct a historical vision of a more internationally engaged Tibet. Unearthing forgotten texts demonstrating past military engagements with China, and publishing a groundbreaking newspaper from India for a widely dispersed Tibetan diaspora, Choephel sealed his own tragic fate of persecution and imprisonment by the Chinese.
Description: For 20 years Blue and Grapes have been bringing difficult hitting hockey. Blue thinks this year is the best. They have all the greatest plays from the NHL, the nice saves, goals, hits, bloopers and of course a tussle or two. They also take a look back at the 2008 Staley Cup Playoffs, and don't forget they have the greatest of this years Coaches Corner too! Over one hour of the greatest NHL action. What else can you ask for?
Description: The movie follows the tracks of a master fraudster, impersonator and Ponzi schemer who, among another exploits, coached the Hungarian ladies' swimming squad to success at international championships without being able to swim himself and, a several years later, claimed to be an archbishop and buyer of antique paintings for the Vatican Museum. In both cases, he made many acquaintances, came across as engaging and useful but finally vanished with millions in cash. Interviews with folks who encountered the boy and were duped by him, though despite this and despite losing money, many of them retain a humorous feeling about what happened.
Description: Linguists investigate why some languages become global and others disappear and how language and identity are connected. They also discuss the state and fate of Livonian, Dogon, Mlabri, Changsha Hua, Naqxi, Pitjantjatjara, Pintupi, and Tutunaku
Description: Punk rock devotees will welcome director Lech Kowalski's reflective video portrait of late bassist Dee Dee Ramone and his life as a melody industry icon -- including his self-destructive bouts with heroin. The centerpiece of the hourlong documentary -- which is peppered with vintage performance clips -- is a 1991 interview with a clean Dee Dee, who talks at length about his storied career and penchant for living on the edge.
Description: A diverse group of full-of-attitude Fresh Yorkers reveals how a hidden globe of pretty wild birds in the middle of Manhattan has upended and magically transformed their lives.
Description: A documentary look at the changing interpretations of the first amendment of the U.S. Constitution - laws and court situations that have alternatively broadened and narrowed the amendment's security of gratis speech and assembly. The film's thesis is that post-9/11 the government has seized unprecedented license to surveil, intimidate, arrest, and detain citizens and foreigners alike. The movie also looks back to the Pentagon Papers' situation and compares it to situations since 9/11 dealing with high school students' speech and protesters marching in Fresh York Town during the 2004 Republican convention. Comment comes from a range of scholars, pundits, and advocates.
Description: Documentary movie about visual results master Emilio Ruiz del Rio. From his early works on movies at 1942, to his last contribution at 2007, Emilio Ruiz talks on his movie experiences and traditional trickery, using foreground miniatures, glass shots, and painted slash out miniatures. It shows interviews with some of the specialists he has worked with, like, Rafaela de Laurentiis, Ray Harryhausen, Guillermo del Toro, or Enzo Castellari
Description: In Stephen Tobolowsky’s Birthday Party film-makers Robert Brinkmann and Andrew Putschoegl follow Stephen on his birthday and document a performance he gives for the cameras and a group of friends, during which he says stories about his experiences in Hollywood. Instead of his regular role as a helping actor, Stephen takes the scene in Birthday Party and shows that he has the charisma to keep the audience’s attention without the support of a script.
Description: For the first time in 35 years, Daniel Lutz recounts his ver of the infamous Amityville haunting that terrified his family in 1975. George and Kathleen Lutz's storyline went on to inspire a best-selling novel and the subsequent movies have continued to fascinate audiences today. This documentary reveals the horror behind growing up as part of a globe popular haunting and while Daniel's facts may be other's fiction, the psychological scars he carries are indisputable. Documentary filmmaker, Eric Walter, has combined years of independent research into the Amityville situation along with the perspectives of past investigative reporters and eyewitnesses, giving method to the most private testimony of the topics to date.
Description: There are more gyms and tanning salons per head in Liverpool than anywhere else in the UK. We meet the eccentrics that define Europe's capital town of beauty, including: tan-obsessed Carolyn, who's willing to inject herself with chemicals to darken her skin, Liverpool's "King of Bling", a celebrity hairdresser, and many more.
Description: In 2009, Swansea drug agencies reported a 180 percent rise in heroin use, and it's visible on the city's streets. Early one morning we meet a young, homeless couple called Amy and Cornelius in a town centre alley. As heroin-addicted alcoholics, they're smack in the middle of two of South Wales's most harrowing epidemics. An award-winning look at a generation lost to heroin, as said through the tragic love storyline of Amy and Cornelius.
Description: From the experience of the fight in Nicaragua in the 80's, the last director of notification and analysis of the KGB, Nikolai Leonov, General Cuban intelligence, Fabian Escalante, and the Sandinista intelligence chief, Lenin Cerna, explain the role played in the operations, covert activities and the results of the crisis in the USSR in the conflict, along with another evidence such as Eden Pastora, Boris Kolomiakov, Juan Jose Ubeda and Vincent Chavez.
Description: Venus and Serena takes an honest and unfiltered look into the remarkable lives of sisters and tennis legends Serena and Venus Williams. Through the prism of one year in their lives, the movie says the untold storyline of how these two nice stars came to be and how they struggle to stay on top.
Description: Rare footage shot inside the People's Temple gives an insider's look at the tragic Jonestown Massacre that occurred in Guyana in 1978. Interviews with survivors attempt to shed light on how and why 900 Americans would follow one boy to their deaths.
Description: Filmed in India over six years and narrated by Academy Award winning actor, Helen Mirren, YES MADAM, SIR is a ‘David and Goliath’ epic storyline profiling Asia Nobel Prize winner, Kiran Bedi – India’s first girl police officer.
Description: “He’s precious, and gifted, a Matakite – a wiseman… but really he’s just a child.” A coming-of-age movie profiling future leader Ngaa Rauuira, railing vs his people’s stats of uneducated youth, 40% of prisoners, and alarming suicide rates. Ngaa’s storyline reveals a family of eight on a modest income, committing to a US$35,000 Yale bill; a weighty tribal expectation that he will be the voice of his folks AND bring success in fight dance competitions; laughing and crying with greatest friends, approaching adulthood and diverging pathways. What if we should turn back the clock and watch the minds forming of those who would make political zeitgeist shifts in the future?
Description: After being one of the most successful filmmakers in Europe in the sixties, Vojtech Jasny (Czech Republic, 1925) lives in a tiny apartment in Fresh York. For Jasny, life and cinema are inseparable concepts. By visiting mates who still live in Life and Movie Jasny first person will have their own history and some decisive happenings in his life: the Nazi invasion and subsequent Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, exile and his comeback in Fresh York years later.
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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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