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Description: The storyline of an eccentric finance mogul's dream to make the world's biggest urban farm in his hometown of Detroit, and the political firestorm he unintentionally ignited by announcing that he would spend $30 million of his own fortune to build this farm in one of the most economically devastated neighborhoods of the bankrupt Motor City.
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Description: Parts 3, 4 and 5 cover a range of subject that came out of the discussion about energetics. Matthew talks about lymphatics, mucus types, the role of essential fatty acids, types of coughs, purgatives, Native American animal medicines and the signs of the Zodiac and the relation of every to an emotion and a part of the body system. It’s a wide-ranging discussion in Matt’s eclectic way. Herbs covered contain red root, calendula, cleavers, madder, poke, scrophularia, yellow dock, red clover, mullein, wild cherry, crab apple and more.
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Description: Ivan Ladislav hides a real chamber of wonders behind the clear, mathematically abstract structure of his movies and videos, meticulously compiled rhythmically frame for frame, every work likewise presenting an analysis of the movie medium. Concealed therein, culled from deep in the medium’s prehistory, are hermetic parallel universes in whose number ranges and symbolic spaces, Galeta’s precisely constructed movie compositions search a formalist anchor.
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Description: Using interviews with the cast & team and rarely seen home video footage, IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY covers the genesis, making-of, and enduring appeal of Tobe Hooper's THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2.
Description: Susun Weed teaches about botany and wildcrafting for herbalists. Susun takes you on a walk with her apprentices and her goats across her land at the Wise Girl Center. Susun explains the Latin naming system devised by Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus in the 1700s. Every herb has a family and a genus that it belongs to and a species that is its name. She explains the Tree of Life, flowering and non-flowering plants, and the reproductive cycle of flowering plants and herbs. She also teaches you about identifying and harvesting herbs; and differentiates between annuals, biennials and perennials.
Description: Disturbing the Peace follows a group of former opponent combatants - Israeli troops from the most elite units, and Palestinian fighters, many of whom served years in prison - who have come together to challenge the status quo and and tell “enough". The movie traces their transformational adventures from troops committed to armed war to non-violent peace activists. It is a storyline of the human potential unleashed when we stop participating in a storyline that no longer serves us, and with the power of our convictions take action to make a fresh possibility.
Description: By focusing on the experiences of 25-year-old Nadine Zaidan, who was one of the thousands of activists who gathered in Beirut’s Martyrs’ Square in the chaotic days instantly following the assassination of Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri in February of 2005, Beirut Diaries explores critical transformations and crucial questions facing contemporary Lebanon. With this insightful video diary, director Mai Masri chronicles the political ferment embodied in the March 11th Movement, also known as The Cedar Revolution, as folks of all factions, ages and religious affiliations passionately debate such problems as Syria’s influence in Lebanese politics, the establishment of an international commission to investigate Hariri’s assassination and the organization of gratis parliamentary elections.
Description: 33 Days chronicles the efforts of theatre director Sharif Abdunnur, graphic designer Sharif Bibi, journalist Fadia Baszzi and Mariam Al-Bassam, director of the news desk at Fresh TV, as they test to deliever emergency aid, report actual news of the conflict and support Lebanese kids process the violence and destruction they see around them on a everyday basis. Masri's movie is full of compassion and humanity even as it records the horrible devastation of war.
Description: Montreal actor/comedian Mike Paterson’s health is no joke. The normally high-energy comic is desperate to overcome his debilitating sciatica back pain that conventional medicine hasn't been able to remedy. Mike obtains a legal medical marijuana prescription for his chronic pain and embarks upon an unconventional marijuana and hemp-infused diet that he supplements with exercise, vegetarian eating, no booze and sheer determination - all in an attempt to turn his health around and lose 50 lbs. in the four months before his destination wedding in Mexico. As part of his adventure, Mike hits the street to pot meccas California and Colorado to immerse himself in their blossoming ‘edibles' scenes and learn from local chefs, dispensary owners, advocates and fellow patients how cannabis edibles work. Medicine never tasted so good. *** TAKEN FROM ITUNES PAGE (https://itunes.apple.com/ca/tv-season/grass-fed/id1060185232)
Description: “Let’s see if you gained any weight. 26,3 kilogram. Ahmet, you need to eat more. Double meals.” Like another men their age, Baran, Ahmet and their classmates wrestle with the desire for recognition, with homesickness and with their goal weights. Most of all though, they wrestle with, and against, one another. They are comrades and competitors, united by one and the same dream: Olympic gold! In their wrestling academy in the Turkish province of Amasya, which is well known for this traditional form of combat sport, they undergo strength and endurance training, they learn lifts and throws, they urge every another on and they console one another. Everytime responding to the boys’ needs, the trainers give the men tough love, sometimes fatherly, sometimes strict and disciplinary. The film’s intimate documental camera bears close witness to the fine line between friendship and competition, win and the lesson of how to lose.
Description: Author/Architect Sarah Susanka brings her "not so big" ideas to DVD in a unique named THE NOT SO BIG HOUSE: HOME BY DESIGN. Watch as Sarah presents residential design principles that emphasize quality over quantity. The tool details "Not So Large Design Situation Study" videos of well-designed homes that exemplify her design approach. Whether building a fresh home, remodeling a dwelling or trying to search more day-to-day pleasure in the limited zone of a condo or apartment, this tool matches homes with today's lifestyles.
Description: “Bored in Heaven” follows Fresh Years celebrations in Putian, Fujian, Southeast China. An experiential project based on 20 years of research by Kenneth Dean and Zheng Zhenman, this movie illustrates the growing intensity of local traditions, as rural villages and their temples transition into a fresh century. Villages in this part of China are undergoing radical transformations. As land that was once public and agricultural is rebuilt and changes hands, the intricate temple system has responded. During the Cultural Revolution temples were torn down—now they are being built up into ritual alliances.
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i have to disagree with the opinion that "experts" were required to deliever commentary. i valued the opinions of those who were now living there. they were quite articulate. fascinating movie with many striking images/contrasts/gut checks. wonderful cinematography and melody as well. some of the things that linger: 1. a radio broadcasting news of Britain's troop commitment & 3 billion pounds/(dollars?) in aid toward the removal of saddam hussein in iraq - cash that would have gone so much further in afghanistan. 2. mir's father explaining his recent acquisition of meal (cow's stomach lining) which he told he picked up from a local butcher who was about to throw it away.3. an obvious appreciation for the American effort to oust the taliban by the local hazari's.4. that sickeningly empty feeling when the camera's hold going back to the cavernous territories where the statues once stood.
After being bombarded from day to day by media one would expect to be immune to feeling sorry for war-victims.This film, however, is able to slash through the urban shield and really create an impact in how you think about the afghan people. As many others have commented, this movie is real art because it is an mirror, you see your self, your mates and community reflected in the film. It is seldom you see a movie that create you wanna learn more about the faith of the folks in the film. Highly suggested to everyone in a time where Afghanistan is about to drown in another disasters around the world.It is also hard not to feel ashamed about the complaints folks create in our part of the globe when you see the joy and happiness of those deprived of everything.( National Geographic Channel is showing the movie in its No Borders Series this summer of 2005 )
I loved this documentary. It was very touching and depicted the life of the young man in a very true way. Showing us all that this innocent kid still should smile and have dreams that there was still hope. The scenery was still pretty even amongst the disaster that happened there. I enjoyed that there was no sound another than the voices of the folks talking which made it more real. It takes a lot of guts to go out and movie tragedy, poverty and devastation. This movie makes you grateful that you are where you are and it gives you the strength to go on with your own "nothing" complaints when you see a tiny man smiling and laughing and being grateful for what he does have. My hats off to those who had the courage to go out and catch a various view on a sad situation. I want I should search that family and support them.
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