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Description: Oscar-winning animator Ray Harryhausen gives an exclusive insight into cinema's most popular creature creations and unique results secrets with the current models used in such classics as Clash of the Titans.
Description: REEL ROCK 13 delivers jaw-dropping action, soulful adventures and rollicking humor in a brand fresh collection of the year's greatest climbing films. Hop on a wild ride to the frigid Antarctic, receive the feel of the world's hardest route, discover surreal Bedouin lands and take a run at speed. Four fresh movies detail the world's greatest climbers, including Adam Ondra, Madaleine Sorkin, Alex Honnold, Conrad Anker and many more.
Description: Documentary where we know the work done by specialized teachers with students face barriers of learning and participation, to show a condition of disability, abilities or difficulties in the development of academic education in 4 elementary schools in Tijuana Mexico.
Description: On the Wave is the first Russian surfing documentary that illustrates the beauty of surfing, both as a sport and as a life philosophy. This stunning documentary demonstrates how a person can war their doubts and fears, unleashing their desire to break gratis and reconnect with nature and with the ocean.
Description: Adventure into the history and along the arctic latitudes of our country. Leonid Kruglov, documentary filmmaker, photographer, ethnographer, member of the Russian Geographical Society, took the legendary route of Semen Dezhnev through the most hard regions of the Russian Arctic and made a documentary about it.
Description: The sarcastic acc of the assassination of five Spanish politicians between 1870 and 1973 is mixed with the narration of five short stories by Edgar Allan Poe illustrated by five skillful pencil artists. A bastard documentary, a video essay, a collage, a provocative experiment where different pop culture figures and icons perform unexpected cameos. The macabre joke of a jester. Never more.
Description: TRUE SIGHT is a documentary series that takes you behind the scenes of the adventures of professional Dota 2 teams. This episode follows PSG.LGD and OG through the grand finals at The International 2018.
Description: Karolina Kuras is a Toronto-based ballet and portrait photographer. In this piece, we discover her constructive collaboration with Canadian National Ballet dancer/choreographer Brent Parolin and Tanya Howard, as well as make-up artist Ashley Readings. We wanted to encapsulate the essence rather than the information. There are many pieces where Karolina is featured as a photographer discussing her work, but we wanted to receive underneath the surface, into the intangible matters that drive and inspire her to make and collaborate so intimately. This project was captured on 35mm film, with a tiny team in Karolina’s home studio.
Description: Deep in the swampy rainforests of India, live small monsters as old as dinosaurs. Sadly, more than 80% of the 400 species of amphibians found in India are endangered. Some have not been seen for years and are yet still a mystery to science. A wildlife photographer & filmmaker, Vijay Bedi is on a three-year quest to capture species that have their own special behavioral facts hitherto unknown to science, documenting for the first time ever.
Description: Between 1405 and 1433, Admiral Zheng He of China led seven epic voyages to more than 30 countries, including Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Kenya and Tanzania. The admiral and his team gathered knowledge and wealth from Indochina to Africa for China's Ming empire. These voyages were the largest naval expeditions mounted at the time. Zheng He was bigger than life and should have changed the course of history. But after the seven voyages, he and his Treasure Fleet were forgotten by China, and the world, for six hundred years. National Geographic photographer Michael Yamashita sets sail to explore why. To celebrate the 600th anniversary of Zheng He's maiden exploration voyage, Michael Yamashita traveled over 10,000 miles from Yunnan in China to Africa's Swahili coast taking over 40,000 pictures for the detail storyline on this nice explorer, published in the July 2005 edition of National Geographic.
Description: Júlio Bressane, who has been the leading light of wayward Brazilian cinema since the 1960s, shot a pretty movie in 2002 in which his interest for the life and works of the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche clearly came to the fore: Dias de Nietzsche em Turin. The influence of the environment on his concepts also forms the basis for Nietzsche Sils Maria Rochedo de Surlej, shot in the style of a travelogue, in which Bressane (together with his partner Rosa Dias and the young filmmaker Rodrigo Lima) tutorial us through the pretty Swiss Sils Maria, where Nietzsche spent no less than eight summers. In his letters, Nietzsche indicates which spots brought him to a various understanding of philosophy. He discovered, beyond the philosophical text, a source for concepts in the pure air, in the mountain landscapes, in the water of the lakes, and in the age-old forests
Description: The Storyline of Danish/French holocaust-survivor, Arlette Andersen, said from her horrifying mission of view. From being a normal teen in Paris to her imprisonment in the infamous concentration camp, Auschwitz, she gives the younger generations a look into, a not so distant past of real horror.
Description: This is the real storyline how one person made a difference in the lives of over 125 folks by rescuing them from Nazi Germany. In 1903 Herman Stern arrived in America at the age of 15. He should not have imagined, 30 years later, he would be supporting others come to America to escape persecution from his home country of Germany. There has been very tiny written about Herman Stern and his target to save relatives, extended family and even strangers from possible death and persecution in the 1930’s in Nazi Germany. This project focuses on Herman Stern’s leadership skills and desire to support all in society as well as his civic and economic contributions to North Dakota. Video Arts Studios has produced an award winning video documentary as well as an accompanying lesson plan for schools, which have been distributed electronically to North Dakota schools via the ND University Systems. The video has also been made accessible to North Dakota libraries, museums and service organizations.
Description: Eric and Ernie devotee Miranda Hart celebrates the incomparable comedy duo as she takes a look back at their top twenty best TV moments, ranked by comedy actors and comedians.
Description: Folks have various concepts on how to receive closer to God. The makers of this fascinating Swiss documentary follow two Pakistani men. One is a dervish or mystic, undertaking a life-long pilgrimage with massive metal rings on his legs. He walks through the desert until his feet are raw, praying at each shrine he comes across along the way. The another is the custodian of a centuries-old musical tradition, for whom the concept of God lies in self-knowledge, insight and harmony with the environment – a harmony that he strives to achieve through life-long study and passing on his knowledge to fresh generations. In Pakistan, it is impossible for them to act together as the risk of attacks means any huge meetings are prohibited. The movie follows the boys as they visit impressive holy sites, as well as in their daily conversations, and provides a beautiful, sideways look at Pakistani society.
Description: Remo Caprino loosely and grippingly says the storyline about the making of the actually beloved norwegian movie, the production itself and the cultural impact it has had for almost 40 years.
Description: Legendary couple in performance art – Marina Abramović and Ulay – lived together for 12 years and made pioneering work as a duo. In this extraordinary double interview the artists looks back on their relationship – from their first meeting in 1975 until now.
Description: A realistic drama set in the cultural center in Casablanca’s Sidi Moumen neighborhood, a terrible suburb that became infamous in 2003 due to a terrorist attack perpetrated by locals.
Description: Portrays the movie star Mario Adorf and his passion for acting, the stage, the cinema, singing and writing. Together with the director Dominik Wessely, the movie comes closer to Mario Adorf as a person and highlights necessary stations of his personal life and his international career. When Mario Adorf starts to talk about his life, over 60 years of theatre and movie history come to life. A dialogue with him is not only a retrospective, but also an intensive exchange of concepts about movie and theatre and his view of the world, love and ageing.
Description: A three year self-described labour of love, 2040 takes the form of a visual letter from the filmmaker to his four-year-old daughter Velvet, showing her what the year 2040 should look like “if we simply embraced the greatest solutions that exist today.”
Description: Asalif and his mother defy Ethiopia’s omnipresent modern housing development culture, by continuing to live a life characterised by proximity to nature and rootedness in community. The man counters the ruptures in his accustomed surroundings and the threat posed by the hyena that haunts his neighbourhood by reinventing himself as a hero: as Anbessa, the lion.
Description: The doors of the abandoned Raverdy coffee and chicory factory remain closed, just like everything around it. The director – herself a descendant of the Raverdy family (and expecting her first child) – goes in find of the stories behind this sealed-off part of the city. She moves in with her 91-year-old grandmother, who lives over the road. Piece by piece, she is able to reconstruct happenings leading up to the factory’s closure, using old photos, advertising brochures, myths, language games, conversations with her grandmother and former female factory workers. These memories unfold through various storylines. The factory’s surroundings are explored through a poetic movie style, and the history of the nunnery next to the factory is also revealed. This sensitive movie is a reflection on the invisible and the forgotten, revolving around girls and the changing body.
Description: The local S-Bahn train whooshes through Berlin and past the lives of Emine, Marie, Christian and Arthur. Their paths will likely never cross, yet they have something in common: they’re all large town kids. For an whole year, Nina Wesemann documented the daily lives of her young subjects. The resulting intimate portrait reveals the youngsters’ sensitive emotional globe and captures their diverse moods and the atmosphere of their urban environment.
Description: The Amazon flows lazily through the goldmine-gashed landscape of northern Peru. Using true eyewitness accounts, directors Bénédicte Liénard and Mary Jiménez say the storyline of a young girl who winds up in the clutches of forced prostitution when her initially hopeful attempt to escape the constrictions of her village goes wrong. Step by step, she is robbed of her moral and physical integrity. The movie reconstitutes a zone of dignity and returns voice and identity to a fate formally made nameless. With its strong imagery, the girl’s traumatic odyssey embodies the destruction of life in a capitalist globe in connection with horrific natural devastation.
Description: For Alyssia and Ilaria, each farewell is also a reunion. Just a while ago they were at the Italian Mediterranean coast, actually here they are standing at a parking lot in front of an Esso gas station, waiting for their father’s vehicle to appear around the corner. Affectionately, they bid their mother good-bye for now. The two sisters’ parents are separated. Just like Carleton, Sherazade and Thomas, the two women have found their own method of dealing with the situation.
Description: When numerous schools in São Paulo were slated to be closed in 2015 as a effect of the worsening socio-political crisis, students occupied more than a thousand public buildings in an unprecedented act of self-empowerment. In her third feature-length work, Brazilian documentary filmmaker Eliza Capai shows the development of the many-voiced protests, using news excerpts, self-conducted interviews and recordings made with activists’ own cell smartphone cameras. Starting with the first demonstrations in 2013 and continuing all the method to the election of the extreme right-wing presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro in 2018, Capai’s highly political work becomes more and more relevant with every passing day.
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