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Description: Martin indulged in his excessive test of drugs. He recorded his frenzied life in his diaries while his mate Ivo passionately captured everything on movie with his Super 8 camera. Both sought for the absolute – average was not an option. Through the lens of this journal, Ivo Zen says the storyline of his generation, a storyline about friendship and the desire to fly higher than anybody else.
Description: The Festival international de la mode africaine (Fima), released in 1998 in Niger, is necessary to the vogue industry in Africa. The documentary explores the dimensions of this scene.
Description: Was my father really a spy, as his file in the former East German Secret Service (STASI) suggests? This question marks the starting mission of a son’s adventure into his late father’s past which still remains somewhat mysterious even today. Eric Asch is looking for answers – in the Stasi archives, at the NSA and in his own family history. The effect is a very private documentary which reports ironically about the practices of secret service during the Cold War.
Description: Although Hiba, Rita and Tamar – pupils at the international Schmidt’s Women College in Jerusalem – have only been receiving classical singing lessons for under two years, their melody teacher has registered them for the prestigious tournament "Jugend Musiziert" ("Youth Makes Music"). An exciting adventure awaits the students: their trip will lead them out of their conflict-ridden daily life to the first round of the competition, which will be held in Istanbul in 2013. For those who succeed in this round the adventure continues to Germany where the tournament celebrates its 50th anniversary. Each single woman brings the right qualities to reach the local finals: musical talent, a unique voice - and a never ending joy of singing.
Description: Film-portrait of a village self-taught artist Polikarp Sudomoikin. He lives in a surpassingly pretty place, a village Bichura in Zabaikalie and paints his quaint pictures on a hunch. Former carpenter Sudomoikin started painting only after the retirement. Naked beauties filled with love and bliss surrounded by wild animals, birds and clean pure waters are looking down from his canvases. The connoisseurs compare Polikarp Sudomoikin with Pirosmani, one of the greatest artists of naive panting.
Description: Unwittingly (and politically), this movie ends up being self-reflective. The French filmmaker Sylvie Ballyot was shooting a feminist documentary in Yemen when her tapes were requisitioned by the authorities. Adrift in unknown zone with the only support of a translator, Ballyot carried on, shooting photos of herself in public territories –the only girl in a crowd of men. Her reactions in a culture she is not familiar with receive combined with interviews with students who talk about love, family, and sexuality.
Description: What seems to be the storyline of a promising young artist, Tito Lombana, and that of his romance with an clever and liberal Italian, starts to dress in shadows. Why the most popular work of Lombana, "The old shoes" (in Cartagena), is not accredited to his name? What is the reason for the taboo that covers it in your own family? The granddaughter of the artist explores the life of his grandfather without sparing himself uncomfortable questions. Through the testimonies of his wife, his family and the folks who knew him, the hero reveals his folds... From FICCI
Description: Ciro Galindo was born on August 29th, 1952 in Colombia. Wherever he's gone, fight has found him. After twenty years of friendship, I understood Ciro 's life sums up Colombia's history. As so many Colombians he is a survivor, who has run away from fight for more than sixty years, and actually dreams of living in peace. "Ciro and Me" is a adventure to memory, seeking to give sorrow words; a journey, related to that of Colombia in times of peace, in find to recover its dignity.
Description: Based around longform interviews, including with some of Russia's most well-known LGBT activists, the movie presents one of the most extensive looks to date into the lives and testimonies of ordinary members from any part of the country's queer community. It also presents a horrifying glimpse into the work of organised rings of Russian homophobes dedicated to repeatedly outing, shaming and physically assaulting those they've deceived and targeted.
Description: In a courtroom in Queens, girls facing prostitution charges may earn a possibility at redemption thanks to an experimental tool established by a squad of rebel heroines working to change the system.
Description: Examining the relationship between ourselves and the another species we share the planet with has opened up fresh methods to understand our zone in the world. 'Becoming Animal' is an attempt to give some of these fresh methods of thinking a cinematic form. An essay based on a field trip to Wyoming's wild nature, in the company of the bio-philosopher David Abram and the two visionary filmmakers Emma Davie and Peter Mettler. And with an abundance of bison, moose and birds. Both form and thought are unchained in a movie that ends up moving (far) beyond man's self-centred view of nature, and into a state of almost psychedelic receptiveness. hroughout his many years as a filmmaker, Mettler has dealt with abstract phenomena such as northern lights, ecstasy and time itself. With Davie as fellow filmmaker and Abram as a travelling companion, 'Becoming Animal' (named after Abram's landmark book) is a movie that makes you see everything with slightly various eyes.
Description: Two contemporary poets, one from America (Lyn Hejinian), the another from Russia (Arkadii Dragomoshchenko) are asked to start a correspondence based on a list of ordinary words such as 'home,' 'book,' 'poverty,' 'violence.' They reflect on every word, considering its conventional meaning and what it means to them personally. The resulting extraordinary five-year dialogue is by turns poignant, profound and funny. Both poets transport seamlessly from show to past, a transport echoed by the test of striking fresh and archival footage from both countries. Narrative, travelogue, and memoir are combined in a fusion of image, sound and word that is a total sensual experience. As the movie progresses and intimacy grows, both the similarities and differences between Russian and American methods of grasping the globe are revealed. Letters Not About Love becomes both a revealing portrait of two cultures and a compelling exploration of language, communication, and the art of mutual understanding.
Description: Join host Michael Keaton to celebrate "Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood," the pioneering children's series that premiered nationally 50 years ago. Celebrities, cast members and Joanne Rogers reveal their favourite memories from the series.
Description: They are the experts of their job. Over a hundred thousand professionals. They are brave, courageous yet easy Russian men. Their families await them but for their country they simply do not exist. In their homeland they are unemployed.
Description: Never before have there been so many indoor walls; so many climbers obsessed with training; so many beasts of superhuman strength. That talent is not going to waste. We follow the fearsomely powerful Blocheads as they quest for fresh lines and push the limits of human ability. It’s a storyline of adventure, rocky passions and mutant fingers. It’s the storyline of a find for bouldering gold.
Description: Jeff Bridges, alongside prominent scientists and authors, weaves evolution, emergence, entropy, dark ecology, and what some are calling the end of nature, into a storyline that supports us understand our zone among the species of Earth’s household.
Description: In 1937 the Nazi regime held two exhibitions in Munich: one to stigmatize “Degenerate Art” (which they systematically looted and destroyed) and one, personally curated by Hitler, to glorify “Classic Art”. This immersive fresh documentary reveals the Nazi’s complicated relationship with classical and modern art, displaying an wonderful number of masterpieces by Botticelli, Klee, Matisse, Monet, Chagall, Renoir and Gauguin amongst others, intertwined with human stories from the most infamous period of the twentieth century. A state-of-the-art detective storyline exploring the Nazis’ obsession with constructive expression, Hitler vs Picasso combines history, art and human drama for an unforgettable cinema experience.
Description: Rodney is an American dreamer. His glass is not only half full, but it's half full of the finest wine you've ever tasted. But when the nice recession wipes out his construction business in Central Florida, his family faces a nightmare of debt. One evening around a campfire, Rodney hears a storyline from an old, bare-footed hippy that just might solve his family's problems. There's an island. There's a map. And there's buried treasure...$2 million dollars just waiting for someone to dig it up. Rodney is hooked. But there's just one slight, itty-bitty problem...he doesn't have a shovel. Oh, and the $2 million dollars just happens to be in cocaine form.
Description: "Listen" is a documentary portrait of revolutionary artist Chaw Ei Then. Exiled from her homeland of Myanmar, she uses visually striking and emotionally unsettling performance art and artwork as a means of dissent, both to express her political views and to give voice to her victimized experience and inner struggles.
Description: In the rugged American west, a patriarch of a faith healing family wars to protect the right to deny his kids medical care while an investigation into kid deaths closes in on him and his church.
Description: This celebration of African American girls and their achievements details interviews with Angela Davis, June Jordan and Alice Walker. Within the context of the civil rights, Black power and feminist movements, the trio reassess how girls such as Rosa Parks and Fannie Lou Hamer revolutionized American society. (IMDb)
Description: Entrepreneur is a universal nature documentary about Finnish entrepreneurs. This warm and carnevalistic movie portrays humans in the middle of ordinary daily survival. The main protagonists come from two fully various kinds of landscapes, from two diffent time zones. There is a scenery of contemporary modern society and just a several hundred kilometres away we search a rural and nostalgic universe with forgotten folks and land.Our first protagonists are Fellini-like family, going from village to another, trying to sell meat from a tiny meat truck and also run a small funfair business. The father, the mother and their four kids are working together and trusting only in themselves, not in the support of society. While countryside family is counting coins, the another pair of entrepreneurs, the two well-educated girls from the capital area, have invented a vegetable protein product named Pulled Oat, and have become millionaires. But have they also made a globe a tiny bit better?
Description: Five Chinese artists stand at the centre of the film: the modern dancer Wen Hui, the writer Ye Fu, the cartoonist Pi San and the visual artists Gao Brothers. They are part of a fragile yet courageous counterculture. Taking their own family stories as starting points, they discover the echoes of the past in order to understand the predicaments of the present. Increasingly, their struggle for a democratic civil society seems as relevant for the globe today as it is for China.
Description: Korofina, the district of underground life in Bamako. The youths here are rappers, hairdressers, clothes dealers or all of these. They are all into some type of business but one thing is certain here, underground means creation. Children eat, smoke and dance on rap melody 24 hours a day on Made in Mali tunes.
Description: In the Western African country of Niger, the official justice system of this former French colony is based on the Napoleonic Code. A tiny percentage of the population still subscribe to superstitious beliefs and seek the tip of traditional healers. But in this largely Muslim nation, many citizens seek justice from the local Islamic judge, or 'Cadi,' who interprets Koranic Law.
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Lord of Kong (or Billy vs. Steve, basically), is an perfect movie about a rivalry that tells a lot about tournament in our culture. The film portrays Billy, the Donkey Kong Champion, doing everything in his power to hold his record and to deny Steve Wiebe (wee-Bee) the game of globe record holder in Donkey Kong. Steve is an outsider in this culture where Billy is an icon, and at first there are folks within the video minigame community who do not wish him to succeed. It becomes type of a struggle between nice and evil, as the powers that be test to keep down those not in power. Suddenly, Steve is the guy you're rooting for, if only just to beat that smart-ass Billy. It is a adventure that takes you through the darker and seedier side of the video minigame revolution of the '80s. If it seems silly to be writing about such weighty problems of nice and evil when a film is about a video game, watch the movie: it really does the job of making you care about what happens to these odd, fascinating people.
I saw this at the Traverse Town Movie Festival and it was probably the greatest movie of the festival.This perfect movie has everything that a film fanatic loves to see: the classic character and villain story, action, suspense, drama, and comedy. Who would have thought all of this would come out of a documentary about Donkey Kong? The storyline follows Steve Wiebe, a family boy from Washington trying to beat the arcade juggernaut Billy Mitchell's globe record score on Donkey Kong. The movie is perfectly edited by introducing both characters, showing their history in the video minigame culture, and giving the viewers a sense of which person to root for. It's hysterical the method this easy storyline is made out to look like an action journey film. Steve is the underdog, the boy that has a large adventure ahead of him. But to overcome the challenges and test to claim the game of Donkey Kong master, he gotta face the enemy Billy Mitchell and his video minigame minions.This movie is one of the most fun times I've had in a theater in long time. The entire audience was involved, cheering on some characters, laughing at others, and applauding many times. It's so much fun to watch an underground culture and see folks you didn't know existed.My favourite part in the movie is probably when Steve has to present up in person and prove his ability. It's so hilarious, suspenseful, and inspiring.The Lord of Kong is a terrific film. It's a lot of fun, there's never a dull moment, and it really shows what a nice movie is supposed to be like.
If it weren't for the sincerity of it all- or maybe because of it- Lord of Kong should be conceived of as a mockumentary. But there's no joking with these guys, which sometimes makes it a lot of fun to watch the tournament between Billy Mitchell and Steve Weebie (right method to tell the name?), where sycophants and idiosyncrasies fly on the former's self-spun empire/network and on the latter just your average suburban housewife and children going somewhat begrudgingly along the ride. It's a saga though not just about them, but about the globe of gaming, of the mind-set that pervades everyone from lawyers to 'Roy Awesome' to tiny old ladies competing at Qubert, and the nature of tournament itself. Not since Rocky- and maybe even better in its exuberance and humility- has one seen a tale of the underdog and the lord played out in odds that could seem somewhat silly.But what's so nice is how first-time director Seth Gordon plunges the viewer into this world, and it's instantly recognizable to anyone over 18 and under, well, 55 to 100- anyone who's ever gone to enjoy one of the "old-school" arcade minigames like Donkey Kong or Pacman/Mrs. Pacman or even Pong. We see how the users have to not just go into the minigames haphazardly by luck; like football, there's game-plans and strategies, and like that sport there are also some obstacles that are apart of the nature of the design of the sport. There's a entire wonderful facet one takes for granted, for example, about the technology of the machines, which despite being eclipsed many times over by fresh systems can still be tampered with, as is the situation with Steve's first machine that reaches the top score, and then discredited because of a chip possibly (or not) being replaced or implanted in to give leverage at a non-gamer store.Yet the more slippery side-stepping for users is what's even more intriguing. Characterization can be a tricky thing for the documentary director to deal with, but in Lord of Kong it becomes something of a controversy left by the wayside as Billy surpasses Steve's score with a minigame he played recorded on videotape- while Steve set his score by an official Twin Galaxies referee (Walter Day, to be exact, who's a hero in and of himself)- with more than a several skips right were the score could register. Telling it skims the line of reality and mockumentary comes with the territory- after a while watching Mitchell is like watching someone who's improvising as he goes along, hiding behind his perfectionist guise as a world-class champ and purveyor of fine hot sauces with his fake-buxom wife and lackeys watching each transport Steve makes.Aside from it being compelling storytelling as one sees the transformation of Steve from failed baseball pitcher and drummer to a Donkey Kong (and Donkey Kong Junior) champ, making all-time high scores while his children cry about their terrible behinds, it's one of the greatest kinds of sport-genre details in years. Many times one sees this played out, and it's been parodied in the likes of Dodgeball ("Nobody makes me bleed my own blood" came to mind once or twice looking at Mitchell, and his smart but biased cronies are like classic helping characters), and the clichés and conventions receive the better of the narrative. This time there's no pressure to push it into what's expected: we genuinely care what happens in this war of the joystick, as Steve sheds genuine tears testing his ass off at all accounts of live happenings whilst Billy sulks away in his living room hearing the upgrades on his phone.As far as triumph-of-the-human-spirit stories go, Lord of Kong is hilarious entertainment, sometimes for all the strangest (Day's would-be musical career) and silliest reasons (what's so unique about the Guiness ebook of records, Steve's daughter asks), but engrossing as documentaries could get- one of the greatest of the year in fact.
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