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Description: Seven-time Emmy Award champion Betty White shares her love for animals and VIP backstage pass to three of America's top zoos and safari parks for a characteristically irreverent, intimate and special tour of everything large cat.
Description: In September 1992, at the height of the Unique Period in Cuba, forty young couples on the verge of marriage participated in the casting selection for director Alice de Andrade’s first documentary Luna de miel (Honeymoon), about wedding rituals in a socialist context. Twentyyears later, she revisits three of these couples to see how the country’s economic and social transformations have impacted their lives. Twenty Years is a fascinating glimpse into the newest history of Cuba through the intimate lives of three divergent couples.
Description: Back in the day, jai-alai users were celebrities that would ceremoniously march out to salute crowds of 15,000 fans, but after a disastrous 1988 strike the minigame became nothing more than a cultural afterthought.
Description: Waving the flag that states each movie is political, Vincent Carelli visibilizes in this documentary the cause of the Guarani-Kaiowá: a group of indigenous folks that fear their lands, located in the Mato Grosso do Sul, will be confiscated by the State. A territorial conflict born more than one hundred years ago, during the Paraguay war. While fighting vs the Brazilian Congress in order not to be evicted from their homes, the 50.000 indigenous folks demand the demarcation of the zone that belongs to them. With some rigorous investigative work, the Brazilian director says with his own voice of the social and political injustices suffered by the Guarani folks through material he filmed over the course of more than forty years. The archive images, both color and black and white, reveal the crudeness with which they coexist each day: among the violation of their civil rights and the guts with which they confront the usurpers.
Description: Director Anna Broinowski explores how Pauline Hanson's speech in 1996 and the decades of debate that followed has influenced Australia today; the impact of her political career on modern multicultural Australia, and the folks who have helped her transition from local fish store owner to Member for Oxley. Featuring many of Hanson's critics, opponents, advisors and commentators, from former Prime Minister John Howard, to actual members of the media, including Margo Kingston and Alan Jones; and leading Indigenous commentator, Professor Marcia Langton.
Description: We received this bootleg of the ESB Spike broadcast in Times Square. Since there was no audio, %20 added fourteen fanatic commentary or ESB 30th anniversary podcasts which were sync'd up at the starting mission of the crawl. Since a DVD can only have eight audio tracks, every of the commentaries were mono'd and shifted to the left or right channel. Test this disc to practice your audio shifting and commentary channel switching abilities, while you receive an in-depth listen to the public's continued fascination with this film sequel.
Description: In Untitled (Pink Dot), Murata transforms footage from the 1982 Sylvester Stallone movie Rambo: First Blood into a morass of seething electronic abstraction. Subjected to Murata's meticulous digital reprocessing, the action scenes decompose and are subsumed into an almost palpable, cascading digital sludge, presided over by a hypnotically pulsating pink dot. (EAI)
Description: Juggalos proudly claim to be the most hated folks on the planet, and they may be right. From their roots as a fanatic base for the rap group Insane Clown Posse, the Juggalo culture has routinely been written off as the zone of trailer trash at best, and an organized violent gang at worst. There is everytime other side to any story, and when it came to the Juggalo subculture, we wanted to hear it for ourselves.
Description: The movie follows five dancers on an all-white, moving set. At first they wear highly stylised, predominantly white costumes before switching to all-white leotards and coloured cellophane headdresses with matching extensions on every of their fingers. The dancers form complex compositions comparable to abstract paintings and keep their poses in tableaux. At another points they discover parts of the moving scenography.
Description: Zoologist and explorer George McGavin goes in find of some of the world's most impressive swarms. By getting right to the heart of these natural spectacles, he finds out why swarms are the ultimate solution to surviving vs all odds and discovers how unlocking the secrets to how animals swarm should be crucial to understanding our own increasingly crowded lives.
Description: Druga linija aka The Another Line is a product of many years of research of neo-avant-garde cultural and art stage in Novi Sad, Serbia (late 60s and 70s), which has been marginalized until today. This artistic movement was directly connected not only with necessary art centers of the former Yugoslavia, but also with existing flows of globe art during its brief and productive activities (7e Biennale de Paris, 19th Berlinale). The cultural and artistic emancipation of that time had implied individual freedom of expression and powerful reaction to established boundaries. This avant-garde movement had become threat to communist establishment, the authors' work were sabotaged, the movies were sealed off, five artists were taken to trial, two were sent in prison. How is it that the retrograde mechanism of shutting down and removing the most constructive and representative progressive impulses of our surrounding is still so actual to this day?
Description: A group of renowned cosmologists and astrophysicist are in find of a realistic picture of the universe. Their research and observational discoveries mission in a direction diametrically opposed to the predominant Bog Bang theory - this leads to a series of sociological cases that verge on the extreme dogma controls wielded vs Copernicus and Galileo in the past; only actually vs our protagonists of the 21st century. This is a controversial science documentary touching on the nerve of everything astronomers and cosmologist claim they know about the universe today. - Written by Meyers, Randall
Description: Somewhere in the globe right now--much closer than you think--people are testing with trains. You might not see them at first, but they're there. In basements. In garages. In converted Units barracks. They're among the world's most compelling underground communities.
Description: Every home has a built in pool or water tank that lies partly inside, partly outside its’ walls… A continuous stream of spring water is piped right into a basin, so freshwater is everytime available. Folks rinse out pots in the tank and clean their freshly picked vegetables. If they simply pour the meal scraps back in the water, they risk polluting the entire village supply. However, carp can scour out even the greasy or burnt pans. They do the washing up in Satoyama villages. This traditional arrangement is named the riverside method. It’s used all over Japan. Cleaned up by the carp, the tank water eventually rejoins the channel.
Description: Black holes are one of the most destructive forces in the universe, capable of tearing a planet apart and swallowing an whole star. Yet scientists actually trust they should keep the key to answering the ultimate question - what was there before the Large Bang? The problem is that researching them is next to impossible. Black holes are by definition invisible and there's no scientific theory able to explain them. Despite these obvious obstacles, Horizon meets the astronomers attempting to photo a black hole for the very first time and the theoretical physicists getting ever closer to unlocking their mysteries. It's a storyline that takes us into the heart of a black hole and to the very edge of what we think we know about the universe. Directed by: Stephen Cooter
Description: Furthest from the Wild is a adventure through the globe of Animal Sanctuaries all over the world. We share the Triumphs and struggles of the folks who have dedicated their lives in rescuing neglected and abused animals. The war and pain in keeping them healthy and giving them shelter for their remaining lives.
Description: The Iranian filmmaker Narges Kalhor, daughter of a former advisor of Ahmadinejad's, has been living in exile in Germany for four years. When she hears that the fellow Iranian rapper Shahin Najafi, who is also living in exile in Germany, faces death threats and has to hide because of one of his songs, she doesn't hesitate and has to search him. On her find she encounters fear everywhere. Narges Kalhor has to face her inconvenient memories of suppression, hatred and anger for her past in Iran.
Description: During the Kosovo Fight thousands of Albanian girls were held hostage by Serbian troops, tortured and forced to witness the execution of their husbands. According to the old law of Kanun fight widows in Kosovo are forbidden to remarry, work or lead an independent life outside of their homes. Held back by tradition they are actually fighting depression and poverty. In a tiny village of widows, counsellors are trying to convince the girls that the healing adventure can begin right in their garden. All they need is a wooden box and a queen bee.
Description: This is the tenth installment of the Kids of Golzow chronicle and the first compilation after the fall of the Berlin Wall. It combines reflections on three decades of filming with material from a reunion with some of the protagonists one year after the German unification. The discussions about the protagonists’ feelings, hopes and fears in the fresh German society give an insightful picture into the case for East Germans at that time.
Description: The seventh part of the Golzow long-term observation project that started in 1961 is the first compilation of movie material from the past eighteen years. The movie squad creates a group portrait of individuals who started out together, but who went their own method in their professional and private lives.
Description: Generously included as a premium DVD alongside the 502-page Bolaño salvaje, a ebook of essays about and reminiscences on the Chilean novelist/poet published by the Barcelona-based Editorial Candy. Bolaño cercano [a hard to translate game approximating something like Bolaño, Up Close and Personal], which offers up a sympathetic portrait of Bolaño as a loving family boy and tireless reader and writer and teases with ever so brief glimpses of his private library and countless spiral notebooks filled with rough drafts of his novels and poetry and even comic book-like drawings and illustrations.
Description: Tens of thousands of Mexicans have been killed in drug-related gang violence in the past ten years. Ruthless criminals control the illegal trade with the US, thought to be worth $13bn a year. Actually one of Mexico's leading politicians, known as El Bronco, the Governor of the State of Nuevo Leon claims he can beat the country's infamous cartels. For Our Globe Yalda Hakim has been to spend time with him.
Description: Stories of encounters and separations in a dividing frontier wall that impedes families, mates and lovers to touch and kiss every other. In some cases, the wall does not obstruct human contact, while in some another situations it presents itself as a metaphor of division in human relationships.
Description: Boatman is Gianfranco Rosi's acc of a boattrip along the Ganges river, together with his helmsman Gopal. They pass tourists and Indians who are bathing, working or meditating. In a series of tiny portraits Rosi depicts life on and at the banks of India's sacred river. Central theme of this movie is the imagination of the unlimited circle of life and death, which is rooted in the lives of the Indian people, and which is convincingly manifested in the method they bid the dead farewell.
Description: Steven Spielberg and Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation show interviews with survivors of the Nazi death camps in Hungary. Their tragic testimonies are illustrated through newsreels from the era and archival photos.
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