Description: Nassim Guammaz wants to become the greatest skateboarder in the world. His father tells he has to select a safe future, and the men from his neighbourhood think skateboarding is not for Moroccans. But Nassim follows his heart and does what he wants. This summer, for the first time, he is not going to Morocco with his family, but staying in the Netherlands to compete in necessary skateboard competitions.
Description: Six novice riders-father, sons and friends-take on the Colorado backcountry on BMW F800GS journey bicycles to make a movie about life, meaning and the longing to be part of something epic that is written on each human heart. John Eldredge, creator of the Fresh York Times best-seller Wild at Heart (4 million copies sold) and his three sons are joined by two mates for a thousand-mile ride through the greatest dual-sport tracks the Centennial State has to offer, serving up a thoughtful documentary on life's deepest questions.
Description: In 2002 the Clipse dropped like a bomb on the melody scene, reverberating out of Virginia Beach with an undeniable swagger as they cleverly spit rhymes about the dope minigame over difficult hitting beats from super producers, Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo (The Neptunes). A hip-hop subgenre was born - coke rap - and brothers Malice and Pusha T were the centerpieces in a storm of sudden stardom. But despite the tremendous success Malice achieved, he was left questioning the significance and value of his pursuits in the melody industry. Throughout the next decade the Thornton brothers made melody that would forever influence a generation of hip hop fans, while Gene descended deeper into guilt and private turmoil. Finally, at the breaking point, with a multi-million dollar drug bust taking down his manager and few members of his inner circle, Gene chose to turn away from the rap minigame and begin a adventure of spiritual renewal.
Description: The lyrical Remembering the Pentagons depicts filmmaker Azadeh Navai’s earliest memories. Places, smells and emotions are unearthed and the overwhelming globe of her youth delineated using sensitive 16mm and pinhole footage. Her private thoughts meet the words of classic Persian poet Hafez.
Description: Filmmakers Laura Mulvey and Tag Lewis test rare archival footage and interviews with artists, art historians, and museum directors to examine the fate of Soviet-era monuments during successive political regimes, from the Russian Revolution through the collapse of communism. Mulvey and Lewis highlight both the social relevance of these relics and the cyclical nature of history. Broadcast on Channel Four as part of the 'Global Image' series (1992-1994).
Description: Three young boys commit themselves to one of the greatest summers of their lives...marching in a Globe Class drum and bugle corps. The bond of brotherhood this organization provides, supports them through both their struggles and their triumphs.
Description: Through testimonies of survivors, an approximation is made to the happenings that occurred on the date. In the context of the peasant uprising, the massacre was ordered by President Maximiliano Hernández Martínez. 75 years later, a look back to the past is made to test to explain the show of the indigenous communities that were invisibilized.
Description: Through the voice of writer and survivor Manlio Argueta, El Salvador's turbulent historical era is revealed, a period when many artists and writers suffered imprisonment, persecution and exile.
Description: César Menéndez confesses that he has lived and, at the same time, is a boy condemned to paint. Through a brief tour we enter the interior of his work and his world, loaded with a nice religious and sacrilegious metaphor, in the tradition of Luis Buñuel or Federico Fellini.
Description: It is one of the hottest questions in nutrition, and probably filling your Fb feed full of articles saying you what you could be eating. It’s a constant stream of differing opinions saying us we could be eating carbs and weak fat, while others advise us we shouldn’t be eating any carbohydrates, it’s fat and protein you could be consuming. If only we were all robots. In this documentary, twin doctors Chris and Alexander Van Tulleken set out on a month-long experiment to see which diet really works, the high fat or the high sugar diet. But what they explore is both shocking and surprising, and what they search out about this on-going debate is that true opponent is in plain sight.
Description: Not since the invention of the Internet has there been such a disruptive technology as Bitcoin. Bitcoin's early pioneers sought to blur the lines of sovereignty and the financial status quo. After years of underground development Bitcoin grabbed the attention of a curious public, and the ire of the regulators the technology had subverted. After landmark arrests of prominent cyber criminals Bitcoin faces its most severe adversary yet, the very banks it was built to destroy.
Description: Voigt, Kroske and Richter were among the first filmmakers who documented the happenings of the historic 9th of October 1989. Their “material” reflects them from various angles: protesters, workers, opposition members, policemen, road sweepers and functionaries. THE document of the “peaceful revolution”.
Description: This Traveltalks entry starts with a short look at Arizona's Painted Desert. We then receive two views of the Grand Canyon's majesty. The first is from the rim, looking down from an automobile. The second view is from within the canyon, where mules take tourists along the different trails.
Description: See the behind the scenes storyline as said by the folks who worked side by side with Walt Disney on the most popular theme park attraction of all time! From the walk through idea to the final design in Disneyland and Disney Theme parks globe wide.
Description: Through painstaking research, the torrid saga of the dearly beloved attraction is actually revealed. Witness rare unearthed footage, superlative imagery and vicious interrogation of the guilty parties.
Description: Join everyone’s favourite Audio-Animatronic family—Father, Mother, daughter Jane (and her unnamed brother), Grandma, Grandpa, and, of course, Cousin Orville—for a very entertaining and enlightening “spin” through time.
Description: This documentary from 1980 depicts a factory community in China where over 6000 workers process, spin and weave raw cotton into 90 million yards of high-quality cloth per year. Also seen are the workers' residential, social, recreational and educational facilities, all located on factory property. The movie presents an engrossing study of a lifestyle that is very various from that of the Western world.
Description: A top-secret handbook takes viewers on an undercover adventure to TITANPOINTE, the website of a hidden partnership. Narrated by Rami Malek and Michelle Williams, and based on classified NSA documents, PROJECT X reveals the inner workings of a windowless skyscraper in downtown Manhattan.
Description: As angling becomes ever more popular, the types of bait tried and inspected have also developed to maximise any potential catch. However, choosing the greatest bait for any given water is quick becoming a skill in its own right, and there's nobody better qualified to offer tip on this topics than Four Times Globe Coarse Angling Champion, Bob Nudd MBE. In this 60 minute dvd he explains how to test Meat on the Pole in order to catch bigger fish. Traditionally Luncheon Meat is the preferred bait of many anglers, as they can add their own colours and flavours for a bespoke offering, although here he demonstrates that with a tiny imagination there are plenty of alternative options.
Description: Following the life of artists Eric Adamsons (Puerto Rico) and Heins Kim (New York), with their Icelandic colleague Samúel Hjaltalín, as they immerse themselves into the cultural and scientific understandings of the Aurora Borealis. The artists document their collaborations with international institutions, both educational and personal enterprise, and individuals alike in an attempt to send cutting edge imaging equipment into heart of the Aurora at an altitude of approximately 300 km. The movie chronicles their successes and challenges provoking conversations concerning how we as a society define achievement, while addressing humankind's pensive effort to coax the marriage between faith (mythology, religion) and empirical evidence.
Description: A movie essay investigating the question of what “the West” means beyond the cardinal direction: a model of society inscribed itself in the Federal Republic of Germany’s postwar history and architecture. The narrator shifts among reflections on modern architecture and property relations, detailed scenes from childhood, and a passed-down memory of a “hemmed-in West Germany,” recalling the years of her parents’ membership in a 1970s communist splinter group.
Description: This fascinating amateur movie of punks on the roads of London in 1978 - shot by prominent punk chronicler Captain Zip - captures the outfits and irreverent attitudes of the time. Punk PVC exposes her rear to tourists, while Joe Rex simply sticks two fingers up at passers-by. Popular faces glimpsed contain Slits singer Ari Up and punk's fashion-designer-in-chief Vivienne Westwood. The soundtrack to this movie - which contains a voice-over from Captain Zip (Phil Munnoch) as well as melody of the time, and the voices of Rat, Mouse and Fliss - was added later, in 1991. Those seen on screen contain Eds and Wobble, Joe Rex, PVC, Mandy, Ziggy, Tampax, Sherry, Michael, the Kingston Lurkers, Hamster, Ari, Bethnal, Ari Up, Caroline, Rat and Mouse, Nige, Tracey, Spider, Carrot, Julie, Vivienne Westwood, and Vaughan.
Description: Born in 1943, Sara Gómez studied literature, piano, and Afro-Cuban ethnography before becoming the first female Cuban filmmaker. A girl of nice intelligence, independence and generosity, she was a revolutionary filmmaker with intersecting concerns about the Afro-Cuban community and the value of its cultural traditions, women's issues, and the treatment of the marginalized sectors of society.
Description: They may be elderly, but Masayo and Kumezo Mukaido are still working just as difficult as when they were young. Their life is hardly made any easier by the snow that covers their mountain village home of Taimagura, in the north of Japan, for much of the year. But the old girl is good-humored and fast to smile, and the weather conditions are no obstacle at all to their carrying on their work. They mash soybeans with their feet to create miso, slash wood and harvest potatoes. The 16mm footage shows them difficult at work on the land, intercut with black-and-white shots of their mountain village, and the elderly couple’s ruminations on life. Then the inevitable happens, and Kumezo dies. Actually Masayo is all alone. This loving movie documents a modest life packed with all the everyday duties that come with working the land. It’s an ode to the unforgiving beauty of nature, an unflagging work ethic and ancient tradition.
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