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Description: Jobless and with no prospects, "Niñato" (Kid) lives with his parents and does hip-hop music. He lives the life of the outskirts, it's the Madrid of the chronic crisis. But he is 34 years old and has 3 kids to bring up. Time goes by, the children are growing up and "Niñato" carries on, making melody and looking after the children, without worrying too much about his future. Oro, the smallest one, not too motivated at school, will demand more attention and drive "Niñato" to face his own conflicts.
Description: While labourers from Azerbaijan are working on the construction of a fresh high-speed train line intended to bring glory to future generations, in Armenia, a station master has spent 20 years awaiting the return of the trains beyond a closed border, in an abandoned depot.
Description: “The Mutan tree, well we tell tree, but originally it’s a liana that uses the tree to climb. And its grasp ends up killing the tree. That’s what is going to happen between us and the companies.” In Sarawak, one of the two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo, the Penan — who not that long ago were still nomads — are the first to be affected by deforestation.
Description: Chico has dedicated his entire life to CINE SAO PAULO. The building, inherited from his father, is actually badly deteriorated. Refurbish it, in order to create the old film theater receive back to work, becomes his nice obsession.
Description: David Monacchi, a hi-tech explorer, knows the Amazonian forest well, but his means of exploration are unusual. A sound artist, “field recorder”, and eco-acoustic composer, he understands terrain through sound. For the sound landscape of this region is as rich as the diversity of wildlife that produces it. Today, global warming and humans are threatening species, and sound pollution itself is involved in the extinction of some of these; nature being well constructed, the sound spectrum of the forest is based on a subtle balance, in which every species communicates on a very specific frequency, never interfering with the others. The upheaval caused by man, through the installation of a pipeline for example, upsets this balance.
Description: To support visualize the dramatic final chapter in Cassini's remarkable story, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory produced this short movie that details pretty computer-generated animation, thoughtful narration and a rousing score. Producers at JPL worked with filmmaker Erik Wernquist, known for his 2014 short movie "Wanderers," to make a stirring finale video befitting one of NASA's most successful missions of exploration.
Description: This short follows the early career of actress Jane Barnes. She begins by doing additional work. After few months she is offered a studio contract (the "first step"). However, her work consists mostly of fashion shoots and bit parts that end up on the cutting room floor. She is even used as a stand-in for Maureen O'Sullivan on the set of a Tarzan film when camera angles and lighting gotta be set up.
Description: This movie is about the best rip-off in history - the very method cash and debt are created and controlled. This affects everyone on the planet, and is the primary cause of all of our economic issues today. Until we all recognize this - in each nation - there is nothing any national government does will fix the problem, and all of us will see mounting debts and sinking standards of living. Our kids will inherit this mess, and it will receive worse each single year. The truth is that depressions are NOT normal. They are contrived. The truth is that nations don't need a national debt. The truth is that nations don't have to borrow. Why would you borrow when you can make the cash you need? The truth is that governments generally aren't PRINTING cash wildly; governments are BORROWING cash wildly. The nice news is we CAN fix this. It won't take a fight or a revolution; it only takes a easy understanding of the problem, and its easy solution. The truth is that ANYONE can
Description: The Last Animals is a storyline about an extraordinary group of folks who go to wonderful lengths to save the planet's last animals. The documentary follows the conservationists, scientists and activists battling poachers and transnational trafficking syndicates to protect elephants and rhinos from extinction. From Africa's front lines to behind the scenes of Asian markets, the movie takes an intense look at the global response to this slaughter and the desperate measures to genetically rescue the Northern White rhinos who are on the edge of extinction.
Description: HISTORY brings you an all-encompassing documentary happening cantered around the 25th anniversary of the LA Riots, the most destructive riot in American history that left 53 folks dead and caused over a billion dollars in damage.
Description: Pierre Radisson: Fjord and Gulf presents the everyday activity and environment of its eponymous Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaker. Shot during the Pierre Radisson's work on the Saguenay Fjord and Gulf of St. Lawrence in Quebec during February 2016, the movie provides a window into a portion of the invisible labour underpinning the Canadian economy.
Description: In Drew Xanthopoulos’ intimate and cinematic documentary, we meet Joe, a patriarch whose affliction is so all-encompassing that he’s indifferent to his long-suffering wife; and twin brothers Sam and Nathan, musicians who are no longer able to breathe outside of their real-life sterile “plastic bubble,” and whose mother, Karen, developed her disease when she was only 17. These characters all suffer from debilitating sensitivities to their environment. Whether from ambient chemicals, genetics, electricity, or even psychogenic reasons, the cause is not clear, but the reality of the results on these individuals is undeniable. Fortunately, Susie Molloy, a quiet firebrand who is chemically sensitive herself, seeks to help. In her, those afflicted by this modern malady have found an advocate whose point is to de-stigmatize this community, and in saying their stories, Xanthopoulos has crafted a movie itself as deeply sensitive as its game suggests. Cara Cusumano
Description: Deep in the Amazon, the population of the indigenous pink river dolphin is dwindling. Docile and simple to catch, this near-mythical animal is being hunted to extinction and used as bait for scavenger fish. But two activists are every working tirelessly to raise awareness and protect the species. On the one hand a marine biologist and on the another a popular TV star, every has their own very various approach to their one common goal.
Description: The movie is titled as such in an effort to recognize it's not exactly a polished final product. But it is a final product, and hopefully one that uses its purposeful imperfections to breathe a bit more.
Description: Capturing Americans in communities across the country as they wrestle with the legacy of the coal industry and what its future could be under the Trump Administration. From Appalachia to the West’s Powder River Basin, the movie goes beyond the rhetoric of the “war on coal” to show compelling and often heartbreaking stories about what’s at stake for our economy, health, and climate.
Description: An intimate hero study of the complex figure Ittetsu Nemoto, an aimless and rebellious former punk rocker-turned-Buddhist priest. He is renowned in Japan for saving the lives of countless suicidal boys and girls through his wise and compassionate counsel. But Nemoto is actually approaching middle-age with a wife and young man of his own, when he learns his life is at risk from heart disease, compounded by the massive emotional workload of helping those who no longer wish to live. When saving others takes such a toll, can he search the resiliency to save himself?
Description: A SUITABLE GIRL follows three young girls in India struggling to maintain their identities and follow their dreams amid intense pressure to receive married. The movie examines the women's complex relationship with marriage, family, and society.
Description: I Was a Jewish Sex Worker is a humorous, no-holds-barred autobiographical movie about the director’s former career as a sex worker and his relationship with his Jewish family. From graphic, erotic massages to a revealing interview with his grandmother, Roth says a special tale and explores themes of sexual wellness, connection and self-realization. Featuring guest appearances by German filmmaker Rosa von Praunheim and sexologist/performer Annie Sprinkle.
Description: The real storyline of We Copwatch, an organization whose point is to movie police activity as a non-violent form of protest and deterrent to police brutality. Around the country, a network of regular folks take up cameras to bear witness to police actions and keep law enforcement to accountability.
Description: In 1972, officer Frank Serpico exposes the corruption which poisons the roots of the NYPD and becomes popular in 1973 when director Sidney Lumet says his storyline in the classic movie “Serpico,” starring Al Pacino.
Description: In 1957, Ghana was the first African country to become independent of its colonial rulers, in this situation the British. Kwame Nkrumah, the first president of what in 1960 became the Republic of Ghana, named on Africans from all over the globe to come to Ghana to support build the fresh nation. The most necessary aim was to "undo the hurt caused by the slave trade" as filmmaker Shirikiana Aina expressed it in her documentary Footprints of Pan Africanism. Few folks speak in Aina’s movie about the reconstruction of Ghana and Nkrumah, who was deposed in 1966, offering room for their frequently gripping private stories. These are often marked by racism, the emerging civil rights movement and what it’s like to be black and live elsewhere. For many, returning to Africa was like going home.
Description: Japan blossomed into its Renaissance at approximately the same time as Europe. Unlike the West, it flourished not through conquest and exploration, but by fierce and defiant isolation. And the boy at the heart of this empire was Tokugawa Ieyasu, a warlord who ruled with absolute control. This period is explored through myriad voices-- the Shogun, the Samurai, the Geisha, the poet, the peasant and the Westerner who glimpsed into this secret world.
Description: Uprize! looks at the political, social, and cultural conditions that shaped the June 1976 student uprising in South Africa, how those concepts we transformed into liberatory action, and how those actions helped shape the democratic society we live in today.
Description: For how long have we been laughing? Are human beings the only ones to laugh? In the past, scientists tended to neglect such questions of laughter, leaving them to the philosophers. Jacques Mitsch's A NATURAL HISTORY OF LAUGHTER explores newest scientific attempts to explicate this most elusive of human faculties, undertaken by scientists who see it as a means of approaching some of the larger mysteries of neurology and human behavior.
Description: From a tiny Italian community in 15th-century Florence, the Medici family would rise to rule Europe in many ways. Using charm, patronage, skill, duplicity and ruthlessness, they would amass unparalleled wealth and unprecedented power. They would also ignite the most necessary cultural and artistic revolution in Western history -- the European Renaissance. But the forces of change the Medici helped unleash would one day topple their ordered world.
Description: Two thousand years ago, at the dawn of the first century, the ancient globe was ruled by Rome. Through the experiences, memories and writings of the folks who lived it, this series says the storyline of that time - the emperors and slaves, poets and plebeians, who wrested order from chaos, built the most cosmopolitan society the globe had ever seen and shaped the Roman empire in the first century A.D.
Description: 80000 Shots is a German movie directed by Manfred Walther. It was released in 2002 and had its premiere at the Berlin International Movie Festival. In breathtaking speed, 80000 SHOTS is a documentary about the reconstruction of Berlin's Potsdamer Platz. This 53 minutes' film, shot in timelapse between 1990 - 2000 had its première at the Berlin International Movie Festival 2002.
Description: Echo is a youngster who can't quite decide if it's time to grow up and take on fresh responsibilities-or give in to her silly side and just have fun. Dolphin society is tricky, and the coral reef that Echo and his family call home depends on all of its inhabitants to hold it healthy. But Echo has a tough time resisting the many journeys the ocean has to offer.
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