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Description: This movie was produced in 1969 by Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the United States Atomic Energy Commission to inform the public regarding the history, technology, and milestones of the Molten Salt Reactor Experiment (MSRE). Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Molten Salt Reactor Experiment was designed to assess the viability of liquid fuel reactor technologies for test in commercial power generation. It operated from January 1965 through December 1969, logging more than 13,000 hours at full power during its four-year run. The MSRE was designated a nuclear historic landmark in 1994.
Description: Don Letts examines the history of this notorious subculture in a fascinating documentary, which details interviews with members of various skinhead scenes through the decades. Beginning in the late 1960s, Don fondly recalls a time of multiracial harmony as youngsters bonded over a love of ska, reggae and smart clothes as white working-class children were attracted to Jamaican culture and adopted its melody and fashions. But when far-right politics targeted skinheads in the 1970s and 1980s, an ugly intolerance emerged, and Don reveals how the once-harmonious subgroup has since struggled to shake this stigma.
Description: How a group of rebel rock bands including the Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd rose up from one of the most marginalised parts of the USA - the Deep South - to defeat the world.
Description: Alex, Mimy, and Hanil have registered themselves into one of Germany’s most ambitious and special high schools, one that is entirely organized by its students without any outside funding. The pupils pay their own teachers and decide what they wish to learn. No headmaster, no hierarchy, and no pressure. But they still only have two years to prepare for the final use administered and needed by the government. A tribute to curiosity, Berlin Rebel High School is a movie about the real meaning of learning.
Description: The storyline of a school in the rural city of Maricao, Puerto Rico and how a community got together to save it from closing. It all started with 17 smart and brave students.
Description: It feels good. Slamming into concrete walls, risking the backcountry unknown, being broke on the road… Some would call it hedonistic behavior, we call it living the dream, and this cast of characters delivers a vibrant depiction of this so-called sport of skiing.With a local tourist mentality, the easy joys are found near and far. From India, Switzerland and Japan, to British Columbia, Washington DC, and Alaska, it’s business in the front, party in the back, and no one is phoning it in. Lvl 1 continues to surprise with other gotta watch ski movie in a lineage of classics, for your viewing PLEASURE.
Description: Warp and Weft is a documentary that will delve into the globe of raw and selvage denim, and reveal the underground culture of folks who swear by this living, breathing, and evolving form of the most famous clothing item on earth, jeans.
Description: Joker, Catwoman, Penguin and Riddler are impossible not to watch! Those Dastardly Desperados explores how these fiends became more than just antagonists in a Batman story; they became icons in American pop culture.
Description: A day in the life of director Boris Lehman: he wanders from cafe to bookshop, cinema to museum, writer to musician, and into the storeroom of the movie archive... He celebrates his birthday in an alleyway, with a friend, and finishes his adventure with an escapade to Bruges and a stroll by the North Sea. The camera plays dirty tricks and the sound recorder gets carried away, to the mission that both are clearly saying Boris to stop filming. Yet he persists…
Description: The storyline of Isabelle Caro, Oliviero Toscani's NO-Anorexia model who rose to fame after his campaign. Diving through various passages of time, with the aid of family images as well as video diaries left behind, we see a kaleidoscope of Isabelle's life and the globe that surrounded her.
Description: The globe of the favela Reboleira is coming to an end. A motorway project is threatening this tiny village in the heart of Lisbon. Alternating documentary segments on the local history with narratives by different inhabitants, the movie captures a vulnerable method of life, in danger of imminent disappearance.
Description: Movie student Arlene Bowman (Navajo) travels to the Reservation to document the traditional methods of her grandmother. The filmmaking persists in spite of her grandmother's forceful objections to this invasion of her privacy. Ultimately, what emerges is a work which abruptly calls into question problems of "insider/outsider" status in a portrait of an assimilated Navajo struggling to test a "white man's" medium to capture the remnants of her cultural past.
Description: This short movie examines the origins of few superstitions including crossing your fingers, knocking on wood, rabbit's feet, and breaking champagne bottles to christen ships, plus the role of superstitions in the Flying Dutchman tale.
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There is no doubt that Graham Kennedy was a master of his craft, with Bert Newton not too far behind as other icon of Australian Television. As such it was everytime going to be hard for anyone to accurately portray The King. While Steven Curry's performance is a reasonable effort it still resembles something of a caricature and falls well short of reproducing the magic of Kennedy.Graham Kennedy's life certainly had its bitter sweet moments with his complex and personal private relationships but I thought that the writers should have delved a tiny more deeply into his life and what made him tick. Some things appear to have been left unsaid.There were some interesting insights into the early days of tv in Australia where the participants learned their craft on the job but perhaps it was the attempt to duplicate everyone from Noeline Brown to an appalling attempt at replicating Ugly Dave Gray that detracted from the film.The fact is that many Australians grew up with these characters and appreciate and understand them from viewing hundreds of their performances over the years. Any attempt to re make icons like Graham Kennedy is likely to be very tough indeed. It is ironic that some of the more effective moments in the movie came with original footage of Kennedy himself rather than those from his impersonator.Perhaps this was too large a task. As so many have said, no one will ever replace The King.
Wonderful acting by all. Stephen Curry is uncanny in his portrayal of The King, I thought I was watching the current Graham Kennedy. Stephen Hall was also very nice as Bert. Having seen the making of this drama-documentary was an eye opener as to the complexities of this film. Many of Graham's close mates and associates were quite surprised and amazed as to Stephen Curry's acting abilities - they also thought that they were seeing Graham again!!! The another help cast were nice also - some seasoned actors like Shaun Micallef, Steve Bisley and Garry McDonald - Superb! Overall, a fitting tribute to the best ever TV personality Australia has produced!!!!
A cute well acted docu-drama but I thought it was rather jerky in places, and should have done with some extra filling. Probably, the present would have done better as a two part 4 hour mini-series, as it did not seem to fit well into such a short time frame (under 2 hours including advertisement breaks).For those who do not know of the legacy of Graham Kennedy's wonderful contribution to Australian tv this made for TV film will not mean a entire lot, simply because there was not enough of the on screen personality that was Graham to really allow strangers know why he was so revered in Australia. They will walk away wondering what the fuss was all about.Perhaps the "warts and all" approach (his homosexuality, backstabbing of others, and eventual reclusiveness)was over emphasised, which left less screen time for the TV personality that was GK. I don't honestly know, but I would have liked a bit more than what we got of the public persona, at the expense of the expose, in such a brief movie, or more of both - a longer show. It just all happened to quickly.9/10 for the acting, the quality of the rendition of, particularly 1950's, Melbourne and the TV industry at the time. 5/10 for what I felt was choppy editing, and large gaps in his career not being even alluded to. And 10/10 for the footage of the true Graham shown at the end. At least for a minute or so, the real abilities of the boy shined out on the screen.7/10 Norm
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