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Description: The twenty-seven-year-old protagonist of the movie suffers from borderline personality disorder, chronic depression and insomnia. After nine years of intensive treatment with no positive results, she has decided she does not wish to live any longer. Because she doesn’t wish to traumatize anyone with her death she chooses self-euthanasia. She says her father and greatest mates about her death want to give them the possibility to come to terms with her decision and tell their goodbyes. We see Sanne in her final weeks, in which she looks forward to the day she will finally search peace. Letting you go is a short documentary about a psychiatric patient’s right to self-determination, the longing for peace and the largest sacrifice a father can create out of love for his child.
Description: A keen observation of a sun-dappled and still-watered swamp, Uncertain contemplates a frequently overlooked and enigmatic city whose lake, and only true source of income, comes under threat from an aquatic nuisance of the botanical variety. Perhaps unsurprisingly for a website so-named, there is a lack of consensus about the Texas town's origin: whether the effect of a surveyor's confusion when marking an early map, or steamboat captains' belief that docking there was an unknowable, impossible task, an auspicious beginning is offered for the unsettled and yearning inhabitants.
Description: On a fateful evening in a Seattle dive bar, Josh Kuntz and a group of social outcasts place on a faux wrestling present to a crowd of enthusiastic bartenders. With crude language and satirical monikers, the guys “beat” the pulp out of every another in a clumsy ballet, earning cheers from the crowd. That evening, the Seattle Semi-Pro Wrestlers were born.
Description: This documentary movie explores the revival of manual work through the passion of motorcycle enthusiasts who have found their method to a satisfied life. Shot in 16mm in California, Utah, Indonesia, Spain, Scotland and France, we have spent time with mechanics and custom store founders trying to understand the difference between manual work and intellectual work. The special satisfaction that effect from doing something tangible, the sense of time, the relation between the form and the function, the joy of riding in a pretty landscape and the community and friendship that motorcycle creates.
Description: "Adam Goldstein was mate to many in the '90s L.A. party scene, where he threw himself into a newfound life as DJ AM. Overcoming few obstacles, including a troubled familial relationship and different addictions, DJ AM quickly rose to the top of the melody industry. A pioneer of the mashup movement, he became one of the most recognizable DJs in the world. However, he remained haunted by the demons of his past. After cheating death in a plane crash, a subsequent overdose lead to his untimely death.
Description: Michael Winterbottom, celebrated director of 24 Hour Party People, The Street to Guantanamo, and The Trip, joins forces with actor, comedian, and provocateur Russell Brand for that most unlikely of documentary approaches: an uproarious critique of the globe financial crisis. Building on Brand’s emergence as an activist following his 2014 ebook Revolution, where he railed vs “corporate tyranny, ecological irresponsibility, and economic inequality,” The Emperor’s Fresh Clothes pairs archival footage with comedic send-ups conducted in the financial centers of London and Fresh York. Brand spotlights not only how the crisis affected the working class around the world, but also how the uber-wealthy benefited from the downturn. With Winterbottom providing his signature ingenuity and pinpoint directorial control, they generate a riveting, boisterous, and, at times, cathartic riff on the extreme disparities between the haves and have nots in contemporary society.
Description: The storyline of Josephine Baker takes us on a fascinating tour of 20th-century race relations on both sides of the Atlantic, yet it leads to no conclusion, and black women in find of a role-model tend to look elsewhere. Part of her appeal is her startlingly special appearance. Simply nobody has ever looked or acted like her. She fits no black stereotype. Nor does she look like any recognizable strain of Afro-American. I'd everytime heard she was half-white, but it seems that her paternity is unknown, and her contradictory claims on the topics don't do much to enlighten us. (We are tempted to imagine quite an exotic mix.) Her origins in sharply-segregated St. Louis, where she is told to have witnessed a lynching, do not seem to have left her embittered. Perhaps she had too much to give. There is a unique innocence about that smile, and when she performs her cross-eyed gag, we are lifted into a strange pixie-world, all its own.
Description: Can you imagine what it means to grow up as the kid of a mass murderer? Hans Frank and Otto von Wächter were indicted as fight criminals for their roles in WWII. Nazi Governors and consultants to Hitler himself, the two are collectively responsible for thousands of deaths. But what stood out to Philippe Sands were the impressions they left on their sons. While researching the Nuremberg trials, the human rights lawyer came across two boys who re-focused his studies: Niklas Frank and Horst von Wächter. The boys keep polar opposite views on the boys who raised them.
Description: David Gelb (Jiro Dreams of Sushi) tackles other venerable, beloved, and long-standing institution: the Mustang, crown jewel of the Ford fleet. Only this institution is in turmoil. As the fiftieth anniversary of the Mustang approaches and the vehicle industry struggles through the deepest trough of the financial crisis, Ford launches a redesign. Actually the jobs of workers at Ford’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant, the expectations of the thousands of Mustang devotees, and the livelihood of the town of Detroit are all placed squarely on the shoulders of Dave Pericak. As chief tool engineer, he will tutorial the 2015 Mustang from assembly floor to showroom—if only he can receive that vibration out of the steering wheel.
Description: Twenty-five years after Roseanne Barr’s groundbreaking number-one sitcom, Roseanne for President says the tale of her 2012 grassroots campaign for President of the United States. While Roseanne may have revolutionized the method Americans talked about family, class, race, gender, and gay rights, this campaign trail journey is a private acc of Roseanne’s thoughts on these subjects—and others, as we have never heard them before. What seems at first like a political profile quickly becomes a humorous and sentimental picture of an icon. This surprising adventure uncovers raw and revealing moments from Roseanne’s personal world, while juxtaposing her actual influence as a politician with her role as a comedy leader in the '90s.
Description: Through interviews filmed over four years, Noam Chomsky unpacks the principles that have brought us to the crossroads of historically unprecedented inequality – tracing a half-century of disclaimers designed to favor the most wealthy at the expense of the majority – while also looking back on his own life of activism and political participation. He provides penetrating insight into what may well be the lasting legacy of our time – the death of the middle class, and swan song of functioning democracy.
Description: Dubbed “The Cannibal Cop,” former NYPD officer Gilberto Valle was convicted of conspiring to kidnap and eat girls in March 2013. Valle had argued it was all a fantasy, but the prosecution’s narrative convinced jurors otherwise. His storyline made headlines not only for its chilling details, but also because of its landmark decision regarding a boy many consider “patient zero” in a growing thought-police trend across the nation. Featuring unprecedented, intimate interviews with Valle and his family, as well as insights from lawyers, journalists, psychological specialists and criminal experts, THOUGHT CRIMES: THE CASE OF THE CANNIBAL COP explores this complicated case, asking if someone can be found guilty for his or her most risky thoughts.
Description: Bouncing between Europe and the United States as often as she would between lovers, Peggy Guggenheim’s life was as swirling as the design of her uncle’s museum, and reads more like fiction than any reality imaginable. Peggy Guggenheim – Art Addict offers a rare look into Guggenheim’s world: blending the abstract, the colorful, the surreal and the salacious, to portray a life that was as complex and unpredictable as the artwork Peggy revered and the artists she pushed forward.
Description: Joáo Bénard da Costa, director of the Portuguese National Movie Archives [deceased in 2009], interviews the dean of contemporaneous movie directors [96-years-old then]. Two humanists of various philosophical backgrounds, both with their long, whole lives dedicated to culture in general (music, painting, literature) and to movie in particular, discuss freely, sometimes haltingly, the director's power as a author or a magician, the philosophy beyond particular scenes in classic movies, movie technique, the importance of color, sound and melody to films, art vs entertainment, and much more. Their talk takes zone in a museum room, seating in front of "The Annunciation" (a 1510 oil painting by João Vaz, a Portuguese artist), which eventually leads to a discussion of 'Leonardo da Vinci', and the relationship between a trend-setter master and his disciples.
Description: Hustle, hustle, hustle... hard. These two got a cold hustle going on in downtown Seattle. Commissioned and produced by the Northwest Movie Forum for their One-Shot program.
Description: Documentary that shows the work of the Valencian institutions of the 1920s that defended children, asylums of orphans, children's hospitals, medical treatments, education. But, in addition, the movie allows to see a nice number of urban sights and singular buildings of the town of Valencia at the time, some of which no longer exist.
Description: Americans consume 75% of the world’s prescription drugs. After losing his own brother to the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse, documentarian Chris Bell sets out to demystify this insidious addiction. Bell’s examination into the motives of large pharma and doctors in this ever-growing store leads him to meet with experts on the nature of addiction, survivors with first-hand accounts of their struggle, and whistleblowers who testify to the dollar-driven aims of pharmaceutical corporations. Ultimately his investigation will mission back to where it all began: his own front door.
Description: Uses over 30 movie clips and interviews about the tough guys and the femme fatales to illustrate the aspects of the movie noir genre. Jeffrey Wells discusses Large Sleep, The (1946), Ο άρχων του τρόμου (1958), Kiss Me Deadly (1955), D.O.A. (1950), Out of the Past (1947), Vs All Odds, Laura (1944), and Kiss of Death (1947). Movie noir is Hollywood's truly original vision of the shadowy, smoky underworld populated by pretty dames and the regular Joes who fell for them. In movies from the early 1940s to the show day, they entertain us with intrigue, conflict, and lust.
Description: This movie is a playful depiction of the festivities around the performance If All Trains of the Globe by Alex Mlynárčik on June 12, 1971. Deň radosti shows Hanák using the 'inter-genre' style of documentary which made his detail movie Obrazy stareho sveta (1971) a masterpiece. Still photography, live action, interviews, old etchings and archive footage of old train adventures are skilfully blended to make a sympathetic and humorous portrait of the romance of an old steam train and the joy of artists and the general public in participating in this children's minigame for adults. Once again, the avant-garde is imaginatively used to eulogise over traditional values and the past. Deň radosti is necessary not just for the considerable pleasure it brings; it is the first of a series of movies in which artists test movie to document happenings. (http://www.ce-review.org/kinoeye/kinoeye3old.html)
Description: A picture of politicians under pressure, shot during the 1966 elections in Britain. The camera goes to meetings up and down the land, with an eye on mad audience excitement. The result, dramatically and cogently edited, suggests the heat, rather than the light of a campaign. It is crammed with offbeat observation and fascinating sidelights on the techniques of leading politicians in combating commotion
Description: Imagine beach scenes so lifelike you'll swear you can smell tanning oil and feel the soothing breeze off the ocean. HD Moods: Beaches details few various live beach scenes from around the globe, from warm and sunny Mexico to the majestic grandeur of the Oregon Coast. Relax and play a non-invasive form of entertainment that is excellent for winding down, cocktail parties, or just showing off that superior photo that a Bluray user coupled to a hi def flat screen TV can produce.
Description: "A movie about musicologists who can’t dance, nonetheless dancing in, and (not) talking about, a landscape they cannot see, not because they are blind, but because they; like Neville Chamberlain – whose grimly baffling lack of insight they bring to mind: are entirely out of touch with both the ontology and epistemology of the harsh South African reality they waltz in and out of."
Description: A fast-paced collage of Ontario life. Highlights contain a rollercoaster ride, a hair-raising speedboat skim along Ottawa's Rideau Canal, a downhill ski run through the trees on a Thunder Bay trail, and the sleek beauty of a tiny fleet of ice boats whistling over a gleaming lake.
Description: Documentary exploring one of Japan's largest train crashes in modern history, caused when a driver tried to catch up with a delay of just 80 seconds. It's a cautionary tale of what happens when punctuality, protocol and efficiency are taken to the extreme. On Monday April 25th 2005, a West Japan Railway commuter train ruined into an apartment building and killed 107 people. Just what pressures made the driver risk so much for such a minimal delay? Piecing together private accounts of those affected by the train crash, with insights from experts and former train drivers, the movie poses a question for a society that equates speed with progress. It offers a fascinating insight into the railway's role in Japan's post-war economic boom and the dangers of corner-cutting in the prolonged economic stagnation that followed. Through the lens of this catastrophic train crash, Brakeless considers the ultimate cost efficiency.
Description: 'HeartChild' is a documentary movie about the 28 year Crys Worley, who is the mother of a nine year old autistic child, Sasha. It is a remarkable storyline about a mother's struggles, not only with her own health, but the well being of her son. Committing to Sasha that she will never give up on him and inspired by the challenges parents of autistic kids face, she started a non-profit organization, named A.Skate - Autism. Skating with Children through Acceptance, Therapy, and Education. This movie documents her extraordinary story.
Description: El Pueblo Del Sol captures not only the visual delights of Mexico today, but also grasps the day-to-day life of a folks in a land filled with future promise. One is mesmerized by rich photos of such natural beauties as the Isla Contoy in the Caribbean, Copper Canyon in the Chihuahua Sierra, the Paricutin Volcano, and Ensenada's Bay. Short IMAX documentary.
Description: A behind the scenes look at the making of the film M*A*S*H. The documentary reveals all of the chaos, politics, and conflict that was going on behind the scenes during production of the film through fresh interviews done with director Robert Altman as well as Richard Zanuck, who was head of production for 20th Century Fox at the time, and others.
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