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Description: Are the medicines and each day products we test putting us at risk RESISTANCE sheds light on the global crisis of antibiotic resistance and uncovers how our extensive test of bacteria-killing antibiotics has created a fresh type of disease, resistant to the medicines created to destroy it.
Description: It's the pioneering Christian evangelist as he's seldom been seen. This in-depth documentary chronicles testimony from his legions of followers and his spiritual message. The vidoeo contains an interview with host Randall Balmer, in which Graham fondly recalls his 50 years of spreading God's word. In addition, gospel singer George Beverly Shea and celebrities such as Johnny Money attest to the reverend's insight and to the power of his teachings.
Description: In 1935, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a country house for the Kaufmann family over a tiny stream in Western Pennsylvania. He called it Fallingwater. It, perhaps more than any another building, exemplifies Wright's idea of 'Organic Architecture,' which seeks to harmonize folks and nature by integrating the building, the site, and its inhabitants into a unified whole. And today, the iconic photo of the house over the waterfall, remains a testament to a nice architect working at the height of his career. Highlights contain interviews with Fallingwater director Lynda Waggoner and architectural historian Richard Cleary, who explain Wright's idea of "organic architecture" and the qualities that create the structure so exceptional.
Description: This commemorative video examines the life and political career of the late Ronald Reagan, America's 40th president. Interviews with family members and journalists, excerpts from his many letters (read by his son, Ron) and recordings of some of his major addresses say Reagan's storyline and illustrate why the boy known as "The Nice Communicator" had such a lasting impact on America and the world. Contains memorials and coverage of Reagan's funeral.
Description: "A re-edit of the original Speak mate and enter film, including extra interviews and footage. Speak mate and enter documents the actions of the Wauwatosa police department, active in a tiny Wisconsin suburb neighboring Milwaukee. Along with racial discrimination allegations dating back over 30 years the movie investigates the departments targeting of teens. The towns adolescence report a tons of harassment including random stops, searches, intimidation tactics, and surveillance to name a few. Speak mate and enter investigates these reports and others, shedding light on an expansive and evolving trouble based in a town sparse of major crime. WPD's actions, however unreported or minor, also relate to a greater national concern of rights violations and police misconduct, problems the whole country wars to this day"
Description: Filmmaker Robert Greenwald (Outfoxed) carefully examines the fight in Afghanistan, raising challenging questions about the destabilization of Pakistan, U.S. troop escalation, ballooning military costs, civilian casualties and much more. Through fascinating interviews with Afghans, veterans, reporters, ex-CIA agents and foreign-policy experts, Greenwald's incisive documentary urges an instant de-escalation of the conflict.
Description: Rendez-Vous a Melbourne is the official filmed record of the 1956 Olympic Minigames in Australia. At the time of its release, there was much controversy in the documentary-filmmaking globe over the fact that the Aussies signed over exclusive distribution rights to a French firm, resulting in a boycott from another film companies. None of this matters when the movie is seen today: though not in the same league as Leni Reifenstahl's Olympiad, this 110-minute extravaganza is consistently entertaining. Fifteen cameras were utilized to lens each aspect of the event; it was then up to editors Jean Dudrumet and Monique Lacombe to burrow through miles and miles of movie to cull the highlights seen herein. Portions of Rendez-Vous a Melbourne have since resurfaced in practically each Olympics documentary -- not to mention the many TV specials attending the now-biannual event.
Description: Globe 1-1 is an independent documentary on the early history of video games. The personalities of the pioneers, the creations of the engineers, and the challenges, technology and business deals. See the minigames and hear the stories from the authors themselves. This is the storyline of how Atari helped make the minigames industry years before it could have happened. Globe 1-1 follows the lucky deals and unfortunate mistakes that almost destroyed the whole industry just as quickly as it was born. Our movie captures this history through our cast: Nolan Bushnell, Al Alcorn, Dona Bailey, Warren Robinett, David Crane, Howard Scott Warshaw, Owen Rubin, Joe Decuir, Franz Lanzinger, Steve Mayer and others.
Description: Claudia Paz y Paz is the head of the Guatemalan Public Prosecutor’s Office. We follow her during her four-year mandate as the Attorney General of one of the world’s most risky countries. This documentary closely observes her attempts to break the downward spiral of a society where drug cartels, corruption and violence have become part of everyday life. She manages to improve the country’s security and justice problems but is met with much resistance. Her commitment to the rule of law is her strength as well as her destiny. At what price do four years of service as the Attorney General of Guatemala’s murder paradise come?
Description: American Weightlifting is the storyline of a sport in turmoil and the athletes and coaches whose passion drives them to succeed despite the odds. The sport is extremely famous internationally, but obscure and struggling in the US. Amateur athletes and coaches with tiny or no financial help struggle to compete with the specialists who dominate the sport internationally.
Description: Each minute of each year an American drops dead of a heart attack, hundreds of thousands without any warning or prior symptom. But these folks should have been saved. The Widowmaker uncovers a chilling tale of greed, ego, and a conspiracy of silence around that most vulnerable of human organs - the heart.
Description: Dogs on the Inside follows the relationships between abused stray dogs and prison inmates working towards a second possibility at a better life. In an attempt to re-build their confidence and prepare for a fresh life outside, these prisoners gotta first learn to handle and care for a group of neglected strays. This heart-warming storyline reconfirms the timeless connection between boy and dog and shows the resiliency of a dogs' believe and the generosity of the human spirit in the unlikeliest of places.
Description: Only the Shake Junt family can create a skate van take on a life of its own. Receive it straight though, this is a hardcore edit of nice skating. The Boss gets this started and Theotis wraps it up, with epic guests in between.
Description: Explore how tv has reflected the African American experience in this retrospective of the medium's first half-century. Actors, writers and historians discuss the photo of black America on tv from Amos and Andy to the show day. The interviews accompany clips from groundbreaking shows and performances by entertainment pioneers that make a timeline of the portrayal of African Americans throughout TV history.
Description: Master chef Sergio Herman feels he needs to allow go of his 3-star restaurant Oud Sluis in order to fulfill his dreams. A revealing storyline about perfection, ambition and sacrifices.
Description: While residing at a home for the elderly, political activist Hetty, age 102, prepares to participate in a peace march, novelist Alison, 87, works on her seventh ebook and former journalist Rose, 101, becomes the world's oldest newspaper columnist. In this engaging documentary, these fascinating girls discuss their remarkable lives, impressive accomplishments and continuing efforts to create a difference.
Description: Comic Russell Brand uses drugs, sex and fame in a quest for happiness, only to search it remains elusive. As he explores iconic figures such as Gandhi, Malcolm X, Che Guevara, and Jesus, he transforms himself into a political antagonist.
Description: With a haunting lyricism and dreamlike narrative, The Coloured Sky: Fresh Girls II examines the secret desires and anxieties of young girls as they come of age. The work captures a adventure that has on one hand ended and on the another has barely begun. The ingenues, teetering on the brink of womanhood, frolic self-consciously in an artificially staged beach scene, aware of their burgeoning sexuality and its underlying power. The shadow of China's historic system of concubinage hangs over these contemporary scenes, as the idealised beauties negotiate a fresh social milieu in which future prospects hinge on appearance and the cultivation of male fantasy.
Description: Michael Grade reveals the storyline of General Tom Thumb, the world's first global present business celebrity who went from humble beginnings in America to international superstardom.
Description: Built in 1913 as the fastest, smoothest path from one coast of the United States to the other, Lincoln Highway is the star of this Rick Sebak-hosted documentary. As Sebak travels the highway between Fresh York and San Francisco, he discovers much about America through conversations with historians, travelers, motel operators, restaurateurs and others in spots ranging from a Mexican restaurant in Rahway, N.J., to a cornfield near Scranton, Iowa.
Description: Filmmaker Sanjay Kak offers this compelling and intimate glimpse of the everyday tensions in Kashmir, where resistance to India's rule among daily Kashmiris is unrelenting and can flare into violence. Kak follows a boy to his son's gravesite and listens to a girl's acc of a neighbor killed by the Indian army, all vs a backdrop of stunning natural scenery to ask the question, Just what is the meaning of freedom?
Description: In 2002, Ju Anqi made a movie about a tour by the poet Shu through Xinjiang, the most western-lying, autonomous Uyghur province of China. All that we know about Shu is that he plays a poet who sends himself on a business trip - an absurd, satirical starting mission that sets the tone for the film. For a tons of reasons, it was not until 2013 that Ju started editing the rough, lyrical material that he had shot in what is actually a very restless Xinjiang: it's like an perfect wine that has had time to mature. Structured around 16 poems which he wrote on the road, Shu’s physically exhausting adventure takes him along unlimited rocky roads, passing shabby inns and through impressive landscapes from one prostitute to the next. In its documentary authenticity, Poet on a Business Trip is also an historic document that exudes an atmosphere of loss, providing an unsentimental yet melancholy glimpse of a country in transition and a mirror for the existential irreversibility of time. (c) iffr.com
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Yes, Rik, Ade and Chris aren't interviewed. Maybe it was due to the fact that they already talked about for over two decades. How would you feel? However, at least they got my fave Young One Neil and the Landlord.Producer Jackson told he was in a comedy club looking for performers to star in a TV present he wanted to produce. Rik, Ade, Nigel, Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders were all there. They were out of Uni and decided to take up comedy. Jackson was taken by Rik's poet and Nigel's hippie and thought they would be nice characters in a TV series. He got in touch with Rik and Lise Mayer (his gf at the time) who both had an concept based on their experience living with others at Uni. This became The Young Ones.They talked about the cartoon violence, rebellion vs authority and the intentionally terrible puppetry. The episode where Rick lights the cooker and it explodes, the FX squad place too many explosives in. It wasn't meant to have that large of an explosion.For the second series, they discus putting frames and snippets of pointless things. This was a very, very weird show.Finally they decided to slay the characters off after two seasons. This was Rik's idea. He stated "If John Cleese only made 12 episodes, why could I create any more?"I agree. Less is more. The more seasons you make, the less constructive fuel you'll have. That's why shows like The Simpsons and South Park are going downhill.Overall a nice doc on a nice sitcom.
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