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Description: In 1930, the Brazilian filmmaker and poet Mario Peixoto produced a masterpiece of Brazilian movie history, the two hour long silent movie Limite, inspired by European expressionist and avant-garde cinema. In 2014, Joel Pizzini paid homage to the film, and in particular its filmmaker, by creating a movie montage using photos from Limite and extra documentary material of interviews from the 1970s and 1980s. Mario Peixoto never complete other film, even though he continued to work on diverse projects. Mar de Fogo also details a freely imagined fresh sequence for Peixoto’s next, but never finished movie as envisaged by Joel Pizzini. He tries to invoke Peixoto’s vision while making Limite and to visually discover the feeling he had when he had the inspiration for the film.
Description: Synonymous with elegant quality fabrics, cuts and leather craftsmanship, Made in Italy explores the influence Italy has on the global fashion market, creating luxury as a global method of life.
Description: They were named ‘the golden generation’, the young Yugoslavian soccer users who won the Junior Globe Soccer Championships in 1987 in Chile. They became world-famous and today enjoy in Rome, Milan and Madrid. But the country they represented in Chile no longer exists. Director Vuk Janic talks with soccer heroes like Zvonimir Boban and Sinisa Mihajlovic and visits the neighbourhoods they grew up in. Via the soccer, he says the storyline of the disintegration of his country. The supporter riots in 1990 during the match between Red Star Belgrade and Dinamo Zagreb heralded the imminent war. Shortly after, the squad fell apart. Seven years later, as national users of Croatia and tiny Yugoslavia, they compete in two charged qualification matches for the 2000 European Championships. Soccer is not war, but the fight is never far away. The first match in Belgrade has to be cancelled due to NATO bombings, and the two national hymns are drowned in deafening whistles from the audience.
Description: 1972 was the year a nice affair ended, as the human race fell out of love with the moon. Just three years after the globe was gripped by Neil Armstrong's giant leap for mankind, the last boy left the moon and we have never been back. This movie says the epic storyline of our love affair with the moon - what inspired it, how it faded away and how we are actually falling in love all over again.
Description: This documentary is a zany portrait of the particular fever that hits the town of Ottawa, Ontario, during Grey Cup finals. The movie is as much about the football game, where the Hamilton Tiger Cats face the Saskatchewan Roughriders, as it is about Ti-Cats fanatics and their infamous "Oskee Wee Wee", the magic chant with which they exhort their squad to victory.
Description: Documentary that analyzes sexuality during it's so-called "revolution", the late sixties. The movie shows some sexual "oddities" brought on by the fall of sexual taboos: a German girl who founded an billion dollar industry by selling erotic material; young and pretty women who are rented by huge complexes to entertain and "persuade" customers; girls young and old going to school to learn the art of awakening the interest of their husbands; couples in unscrupulous act as models to abstract painters; single girls looking for a friend for the weekend, taking advantage of the "pink train" set up by the German Federal Railways.
Description: In a bid to encourage city-dwellers to leave behind the restrictions of war, 'The Green Girdle' escapes from the austere urban landscape of inner-city London and savours the natural delights of the capital’s rural surroundings.
Description: The Holidaymakers, a 2005 fanatic documentary about the Clientele, starts with home-video footage from the early ’90s of the nascent London band — probably just out of their teens at the time — rehearsing in a suburban backyard while the light of a stunning summer’s day starts to fade. Thanks to a combination of outdated technology, a worn and possibly oft-copied videotape, and the perfectly imperfect shadows and sunspots that only nature can provide, the footage is unintentionally, unbearably poignant: a surviving materialization of the blurred memory of lost youth, still tangible but beginning to erode, and all the more pretty for its apparent fragility.
Description: The filmmaker is asked to direct a short movie for the opening of a certain festival. The responsibility upsets and distresses her. She finds a solution that effects in a manifest secret about fragile cinema and it’s adventures.
Description: A study on the uninhabited zone of the old railway workers’ district of the village of Setil. The limits in the construction of their history lead us on this adventure through the geography of Setil, leaving language behind and plunging into the basic elements. We seek an photo of evocation, but also the very construction of the photo of the space.
Description: Investigations carried out over 20 years on the attacks in Italy in the late 1960s, particularly the Piazza Fontana bombing, leading to the accusation of the extreme left. Ultimately, a collaboration between the Italian secret services and the CIA had created a paramilitary organisation inspired by the Greek colonels of the ‘67 coup, designed to halt the “communist threat”.
Description: Fifteen-year-old Pavle Hromiš, obeying the will of his parents, leaves Germany and goes to live in Yugoslavia with his grandmother. He has issues with the language and the various curriculum. The only zone where he feels fine is the aeronautic club where he practices hang gliding. The movie was the basis for a docudrama shot the following year: The Second Generation.
Description: A series of portraits of girls from various fields of work who give us their views of the relationship between boys and girls – a Chinese girl who owns a beauty salon and hairdresser’s studio, workers at the first privately owned shoes factory, girls who participate at the Erotic Fair in Budapest, a manager of a restaurant, and successful business women.
Description: Venture out to the Masumoto Farm – eighty acres of prime, peach-growing orchards – where seven varieties of the sweet juicy fruit are cultivated to sun-kissed perfection by a dynamic father-and-daughter squad of David “Mas” and Nikiko Masumoto. Director Jim Choi succinctly captures this underrepresented facet of the CA farming industry about an Asian American family-run business, three generations strong, which in turn presents us with the changing concept of the American Dream. - See more at: http://laapff.festpro.com/films/detail/changing_season_2015#sthash.54OdJcdi.dpuf
Description: Sister Fa is a trailblazing Senegalese singer and activist on the rise The first successful female rapper in Dakar's fiercely competitive hip hop scene, she's actually courageously speaking out about the need for women's rights in her homeland In this hour-long documentary, Sister Fa's melody and activism share the focus as she tours southern Senegal, including her home village, and gets young folks talking and singing about an trouble that until actually has been fully taboo: Female Genital Cutting. A portrait of an artist as activist, Sarabah shows the extraordinary resilience, passion and creativity of a girl who boldly challenges cultural norms. It's an inspiring storyline of courage, hope and change.
Description: The Inner and Outer Globe of Shahrukh Khan is the release game for a pair of documentaries about Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan, both directed by the London-based writer and producer/director Nasreen Munni Kabir, an authority on Hindi cinema.
Description: The Anatomy of a Nice Deception is a quasi-political, spiritual documentary following businessman-turned-filmmaker, David Hooper as he deals with the emotions of his own investigation into the happenings of 9/11.
Description: Digitalization has changed society. While informations is becoming the "new oil", informations security is becoming the fresh "pollution control". This constructive documentary opens an astonishing inside view into the lawmaking milieu on EU level. A compelling storyline of how a group of politicians test to protect todays society vs the impact of Large Informations and mass surveillance.
Description: Fowl Enjoy is a documentery about the treatment of egg laying hens and another animals. It goes inside of egg corporations that folks purchase from everyday, and exposes how those animals are being treated, abused, and killed.
Description: Edited from 4½ hours of unused material left over from the shooting of Jean Renoir's 1936 PARTIE DE CAMPAGNE (A Day in the Country) and donated by the producer Pierre Braunberger to the Cinémathèque Française. Re-edited for a fresh version, much of the movie is shot with synchronised sound with Renoir's voice instructing and guiding the actors.
Description: The storyline of Nickname Joaquin, who only agreed the National Artist Award on the condition that the Marcos administration release a well-known writer who was being unjustly detained during Martial Law.
Description: The Romans saw the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Globe as the crowning achievements of their predecessors. Through stunning on-location and re-created visuals, learn how and why they were built and how they dazzled the ancients.
Description: In one of the biggest unknown mass-killings of the 20th century, an estimated 500,000 to 1,000,000 Indonesians were killed in 1965 when General Suharto began a purge of suspected “communists” through a complex and highly contested series of events–ultimately leading him to the presidency. 40 Years of Silence: An Indonesian Tragedy follows the compelling testimonies of four individuals and their families, as they break the silence with an intimate look at what it was like for survivors during Suharto’s Fresh Order regime.
Description: No Contract is a visceral video that combines elements of performance, sculptural cinema and documentary to discover themes of urgency, isolation and escape, as well as the notions of torment and renewal, desire and destruction.
Description: Aloha Wanderwell was a Canadian-American internationalist, explorer, creator and filmmaker. While still a teenager, she joined an expedition to travel across the globe by Ford Model T, driving through 43 countries in the 1920s. She was billed as "The World's Most Travelled Girl," recording her adventures on 35mm nitrate and 16mm film. Excerpts from the reels of movies made by Aloha Wanderwell during her trips around the world. The reels were recently donated to the Academy and are (very) slowly being rearranged into her different movies based on notes and records. The reels presented included excerpts from Vehicle and Camera Around the Globe and To See the Globe by Car, plus Home Film footage from the 1950s.
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I wish to begin by telling that I don't really care for documentaries unless the topics matter is something I care deeply about. That being said, I've never had a deep love for the entertainment industry. I almost skipped over this, but something about the trailer made me decide to give it a chance. Within minutes, I was hooked not only on the style of this particular documentary, but on Clarence Avant and his personality. I fell in love with the boy over the course of the film, and I want I should meet him.A lot of the anecdotes that are said throughout the movie are both funny and heart-warming. This boy did so much for so many people, and touched so many lives in the process. If you're on the fence about watching this, give it a chance. I'm not telling you're going to love it, because I don't know you. But give it a chance.
I prefer folks like Clarence Avant. The guy behind the scenes. Or, as David Mamet so humorously wrote in "Things Change," "the guy behind the guy behind the guy." I prefer him much more so than the preening, pompous fools who test to overcompensate for their fatal private insecurities by putting on facades of arrogance and boisterous self importance; posturing from their bully pulpits.After watching this wonderful documentary, the only criticism I have of Mr. Avant is his more-than-once stated desire to have the type of cash or influence (not sure he told that word specifically) of Warren Buffet or Bill Gates.The trouble I have is that, unlike Clarence Avant, neither Warren Buffet nor Bill Gates would do one damn thing for anybody else or give one damn penny to anyone else if it didn't place cash back into their pockets or deliever them with acclaim, by direct or indirect means.Avant is a selfless man. A member of the human family to all. Those SOB's he mentioned in an aspirational regard are, to me, selfish, isolationist, territorial savages.
I was hooked within mins of watching. I'm convinced the most interesting boy in the globe is really Clarence Avant.
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