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Description: Video Essentials on DVD was assembled by the early part of 1997 as a software to support measure and adjust your audio/video system. The tool was released at the beginning of the DVD format in order to support the industry in the development of DVD. It is a source of signals for system calibration, including Dolby Digital, use tones, and anamorphic video use patterns.
Description: The first documentary produced by the Division of Community Education (DivEdCo) featuring modern and experimental audio techniques with aerial shots of Puerto Rico showing its topography, educationally inserting the island within a world-wide historical context and highlighting its agricultural and social landscape.
Description: At their university in Eastern Europe, they are future bankers, journalists and politicians. In America, they are just “the help.” From Martha’s Vineyard to Myrtle Beach, thousands of international students descend upon summer resorts and tourist cities in the U.S. to clean hotel rooms, wash dishes and create pizza for Americans on vacation. Who are these students and what will they search when they receive to the country of their dreams? Why do they work at two, three and sometimes four jobs for minimum wage? Is America what they thought it would be? In this documentary, we meet students from Bulgaria who dream about going to America to do the jobs that most American teenagers don’t wish to do. What will they search when they receive there and how will it change them? At a time of foreclosures and unemployment in the U.S., The Summer Support reminds us that America still represents hope and fulfills dreams for young folks from around the world… even if it’s just for one summer.
Description: “Look out Haskell, it’s real!” features the production of Haskell Wexler‘s 1969 detail Medium Cool. It details interviews with members of the film’s cast and team alongside critics, commentators and historical figures, and contains outtakes of Medium Cool. A 55-minute ver premiered at the 2001 Edinburgh Movie Festival alongside a fresh theatrical print of Medium Cool and with Wexler in attendance, and was broadcast on the BBC, PBS and the Sundance Channel. A ver of the movie appears on the 2013 Criterion Collection DVD release of Medium Cool. The documentary, which has become more an educational project than anything else and remains a work-in-progress, was expanded in 2015 and actually runs approximately six and half hours (in six parts).
Description: Sara writes a harsh blog about the bleak lives of Haredi (Ultra-Orthodox) women. Shulamit is an independent photographer who documents violent incidents on segregated busses on which girls are needed to seat at the back. Both of them were banned by their communities because of their desire to live normal, unsuppressed lives. These young girls operate entirely alone and pay a very high price for violating the number-one rule of Haredi society: "Never air a dirty laundry in public." As they expose the violence of Haredi fanatics, acting in the name of modesty, they are punished by persecution and vilification. What will happen to them when they can no longer bear being shunned by their own family and friends? Wich method will they choose? where will they go? Black Bus, Soreret, says the storyline of their singlehanded and courageous attempts to document and lead a change in the Haredi Society from which they have fled.
Description: The name Elvis Presley evokes a lot of memories: the music, the hips, the hair, the screaming fans. But one thing about “The Lord of Rock and Roll” that several commoners saw was his passion for racquetball. In this 30 for 30 Short laced with animation and interviews, viewers will learn why the legendary entertainer got involved in the sport, how he almost rescued it with a chain of Presley’s Center Courts and what the elaborate court he had built at Graceland looked like. “The King” died on August 16, 1977, but perhaps he died happy. He had been testing racquetball that morning.
Description: The lasting legacy of the 1970 Kentucky Derby has nothing to do with the winner, Dust Commander. Its real impact came from the assignment that Scanlan’s magazine gave to a 32-year-old writer from Louisville called Hunter S. Thompson. Director Michael D. Ratner revisits that storyline in this 30 for 30 Short, talking with the late journalist’s editors and mates and the actor who tried to revive what is known as “gonzo journalism,” Sean Penn. The piece that Thompson turned in—fantastical, riotous and, by the way, late—opened so many eyes that “gonzo journalism” became an art form. As Thompson’s partner in crime, illustrator Ralph Steadman, says, “We were the face of the crowd we’d gone there to find.”
Description: In Japanese, Haru Urara means “Glorious Spring.” But as this 30 for 30 Short, directed by Mickey Duzyj, makes delightfully clear, the name means a nice deal more to the Japanese people. Haru Urara was a thoroughbred mare who never won a race. She first came to the public’s attention after her 88th straight loss at troubled Kochi Racetrack, then picked up more and more supporters with every defeat. With her pink Hello Kitty patches, she became a symbol of hope in Japan. And though she never did win, Haru Urara did accomplish something greater: she saved the racetrack.
Description: You won’t search the name Patrick Q.F. Barr on any leaderboard. But he is a golfer worth knowing nonetheless. His course is lower Manhattan, his clubs are borrowed and his balls are… well, they’re milk cartons stuffed with newspapers. In this 30 for 30 Short directed by Christopher Andre’ Marks, you’ll hear the storyline of “Tiger Hood” in his own words—about how golf saved him from despair and helped folks recognize his another talent, photography. Truer words were never spoken than when Patrick says, “Don’t cry over spilled milk.”
Description: He played in a record 1,192 consecutive NBA games. As a power forward for the Los Angeles Lakers, he won two NBA championships. But what made A.C. Green even more distinctive was the courage of his convictions. As this ESPN 30 for 30 Short points out, Green was a devout Christian who tells he maintained his virginity throughout his 16 years in the NBA, nine of them spent in the tempting, hedonistic atmosphere of LA. That didn’t stop him from being a fierce, passionate competitor on the court. It just meant that he was someone who, as teammate James Worthy says, “could stay powerful and not be broken.” It was only after he retired after the 2000-01 season that Green got married.
Description: Aimed to educate the people, and especially those who lived in the most vulnerable areas, about necessary security measures to be taken before, during, and after a storm. The movie takes a decidedly modern, scientific approach in its discussion of hurricanes, and it goes to nice lengths to dispel famous lore that many of the island’s under-educated inhabitants still relied on for weather predictions.
Description: How might your life be better with less? The famous simple-living duo The Minimalists examines the many flavors of minimalism by taking the audience inside the lives of minimalists from different walks of life.
Description: Towards the end of 2015, James Benning made one of his occasional expeditions to Utah, to the zone where Robert Smithson's colossal land-sculpture Spiral Jetty (1970) extends out into the Nice Salt Lake. The water-level was low, leaving the vast bulk of the Jetty exposed in the crisp air. His movie measuring change captures two thirty-minute periods of that particular day, in the unblinking, unmoving takes that have become his trademark––beginning at 8:57am and 3:12pm respectively. A belated digital companion piece to his 16mm masterpiece casting a glance (2007), this fresh movie hypnotically contemplates Smithson's art-work in relation to its wider environment and to the humans who walk on and around its gargantuan coils.
Description: The game of this Canadian documentary may have some relation to Canadian Marshall McLuhan's theories. It combines interview with popular U.S. militants of the '60s, such as Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman, with reenactments of their Chicago trials (i.e., the "Chicago Eight," etc.). Another figures of cultural interest from the time, including Alan Ginsberg and Buckminster Fuller, are interviewed or featured. The filmmaker indicates his belief that strong forces in the U.S. government worked together to suppress American radicals. This view, widely disbelieved at the time, has since been confirmed.
Description: Legendary American asocial backwoods inventor Joseph Newman hap's onto a brilliant discovery that ends the need for oil gas and nuclear dependency as we know it, but spends most of his life fighting conspiracy and Washington DC for a patent.
Description: This documentary was produced to educate the community about medical care. The storyline revolves around the sickness of Dona Julia’s daughter Maria. After a terrible experience at the local hospital, she seeks cures through non-traditional medical care. When the potions that she administers fail to cure her daughter, she is persuaded to return the woman to the hospital where she is properly diagnosed and cured.
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