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Description: Shamrock: Bound by Blood, a gripping 65-minute documentary that airs Thursday on Spike (11 p.m. ET), stirs up a several ghosts still haunting the MMA personality. There's a lot of storyline to say (Spike producers told they bandied the fighter's 2012 memoirs around the office to begin), but wisely, Shamrock focuses mostly on Frank's deteriorated relationship with his iconic brother Ken. Frank and Ken, a weathered UFC Hall of Famer still trying to ply his trade at age 49, haven't spoken in nearly 15 years. ... For MMA enthusiasts, Shamrock will be an enlightening hour. It also takes a more serious tone than Spike's previous MMA programming. But at its heart, Shamrock is not about MMA. It's about love and hurt, and finding forgiveness and acceptance in the face of dysfunction. For Frank, on his own street of self-improvement, it was about finding peace.
Description: Go backstage, on the street and inside the studio with group members Buckshot, 5FT & Evil Dee. Exclusive concert performance footage of Black Moon with Sean Price, Cocoa Brovaz, Starang Wonduh & more, in high quality audio. Receive a private tour of the infamous DJ Evil Dee's hometown - Brooklyn, NY. Then Buckshot takes you live on the radio from the airwaves of Miami to LA and everywhere in between.
Description: From the legendary House of Blues in LA to SOB's in NY and everywhere in between like Chicago, Colorado, Toronto and all over the globe. Come experience life on the street through The Lyricist Lounge Tour & Ecko Canadian Concert sSeries with the members of the Boot Camp Clik. Buckshot, Cocoa Brovaz, Sean Price, Starang Wondah & OGC's give you an exclusive pass into their globe of Hip Hop. On this journey Shucky Ducky takes over BET's "106 & Park" and the characters of Boot Camp run into a bunch of mates including Dave Chappelle, Mos Def, The Clipse, Nate Dogg, Talib Kweli. Styles P, 50 Cent, Fear Factor host Joe Rogan and many more.
Description: This one is dedicated to all writers. The long awaited and much anticipated Affiti Gray #1 is actually available, feat. A solid tons of bombing, freights and walls along with a nice amount of live painting actions. Containing fresh as well as classic footage, this video is pure graffiti – no filler content. Featuring variety and variety of quality fr8s from writers around the U.S., this video will surely please. Classic SF Graffiti. Throw ups, pieces, and tags from different writers. Live piecing on walls, live fr8 painting, live bombing and live transit painting and more. Check this one out, and play the nice melody aswell!
Description: Watching DJ Q-Bert in action is witnessing history in the making. "DJ QBert for Intellectual Dummies" is a delicious behind-the-scenes adventure with one of the most influential DJs of all time. From Vestax and Apple Computer, to the Sundance Movie Festival, QBert is leaving no zone on the planet world untouched by his talent, vision, dedication, and humor. For the decades, DJ QBert and business partner Yogafrog have traveled the globe and unified this young industry; sharing it, shaping it. Today they have propelled it light-years into future with the invention of the QFO... arguably the defining icon in showing the globe that the turntable is a musical instrument and will continue to outsell guitars. Woven with private interviews and previously unseen footage, watch the eccentric life of QBert as he makes his method through the globe one scratch at a time and experience the unequivocal skill one boy can possess literally in his fingertips...
Description: Documentary on Seattle's Pike Zone Market, and those who have saved it from destruction over its first 100 years of existence. Covers the history of the Market, the folks who live and work there, and the ghosts who still haunt it.
Description: Director S. Sukhdev traveled the length of India to gather footage for his impressionistic portrait of the country in the year 1967. The movie produces the same result on the viewers as a month-long visit to India, a sense of having seen everything and a sense of having seen nothing, both at the same time.
Description: A 1943 Soviet documentary fight movie by Ukrainian director Alexander Dovzhenko and Yuliya Solntseva. It is Dovzhenko's second Globe Fight II documentary, and dealt with the War of Kharkov. The movie incorporates German footage of the invasion of Ukraine, which was soon captured by the Soviets.
Description: Why do girls fight? This riveting behind-the-scenes look into the globe of the female combatant takes us from manicures to knockouts! It turns our attention to the girl who is widely considered pound for pound the most risky warrior of any time, undefeated boxing sensation Lucia Rijker (Rollerball, TV's "Thunderbox"). She reveals the stages of physical, mental and spiritual growth while smashing enemies and preconceptions. "Shadow Boxers" exposes the beauty and brutality of the sport through the eyes of the introspective warrior while showing what's really at stake when girls enter the ring.
Description: This colourful documentary chronicles the happenings of the 1968 Winter Olympics in France. The happenings made international celebrities of skater Peggy Fleming and skier Jean-Claude Killy for their gold-medal performances. The camera accurately catches the speed of bobsleds and downhill racers and ski jumpers as they race for the gold. President Charles DeGaulle is shown observing the action over 13 days, which saw France earn the greatest performance to date in the winter games.
Description: A adventure into the intricacies of mixed-race Japanese and their multicultural experiences in modern day Japan. For some hafus, Japan is the only home they know, for some living in Japan is an entirely fresh experience, and the others are caught somewhere between two various worlds.
Description: Challenging all notions of genre, Semi Colin is a living, breathing art installation. Part performance, part art, part social comment, Colin philosophizes on his life's obsessive work as an erotic artist.
Description: From the producers of Twilight in Forks comes Twilight in Volterra - the definitive film about Volterra, Italy, the city made popular by the Twilight ebooks and movies. Since the Twilight films weren't filmed in the true Volterra, this is your occasion to see the city that Stephenie Meyer handpicked as the setting for the vampire dynasty in her epic saga. Are there truly vampires there? Hear from the true folks living their lives in the city describe the medieval history and dark past that eerily match happenings from the ebooks and movies. Drive into city just as Bella and Alice did on their frantic adventure to save Edward, see the Volturi palace, and escape their clutches as you exit through the giant stone gate in the ancient town wall. Filmed in full HD by award-winning Director Jason Brown, this film is a must-have for Twilight fanatics who wish to know the real storyline of Volterra, and the untold tales of its special history, mysticism and culture.
Description: On August 19, 1942 the Allies launched their first amphibious attack on mainland Europe at the tiny French port of Dieppe. Now, investigative reporting, interviews and reenactments bring the happenings of that day to life and reveal the role James Bond-creator Sir Ian Fleming played in one of the darkest hours of WWII.
Description: Zombies are part of pop culture, but what are they? Where do they come from? To search true zombies we visit Haiti where Zombies are an integral part of the island's cultural and religious roots.
Description: A documentary by Donna Zaccaro about the political trailblazer, Geralidine Ferraro. Featuring interviews with Bill and Hillary Clinton, George and Barbara Bush, Walter Mondale, and Geraldine Ferraro herself, among others, this is a heartwarming and engrossing portrait of the first girl who was nominated for vice president, whose legacy still reverberates today.
Description: In the 14 months prior to the revolution, filmmaker Lillie Paquette follows key opposition figures and young activists as they struggle vs the odds and at nice private risk to remove an uncompromising US-backed regime.
Description: In the 1920s, former coal miner Harry Hoxsey claimed to have an herbal cure for cancer. Although scoffed at and ultimately banned by the medical establishment, by the 1950s, Hoxsey's formula had been used to treat thousands of patients, who testified to its efficacy. Was Hoxsey's recipe the work of a snake-oil charlatan or a legitimate treatment? Ken Ausubel directs this keen look into the forces that shape the disclaimers of organized medicine.
Description: A tribute to the cameramen of the newsreel companies and the service movie units, in the form of a compilation of movie of the cameramen themselves, their training and some of their most dramatic film.
Description: Kirk Douglas recounts his remarkable life in a celebrated one-man theater performance augmented with rare movie highlights. He shares memories of family, marriages, another Hollywood greats, breaking the blacklist and his life-altering stroke – all with honesty and humor.
Description: A documentary about the legendary swedish trotter trainer Åke Svanstedt, one of the most successful swedish trainers of all time. A boy who has everytime created headlines actually for the first time speaks openly about the ups and downs in his private life as well as his career. Having recently relocated to the US this documentary begins to say it's storyline from the beginning in Sundsvall via the actually popular stables in Bjertorp all the method up to the show journey in the US and the dream of winning the prestigeous Hambletonian.
Description: Acknowledged as one of the best singers of the twentieth century, Arena explores the rise of the legendary crooner Frank Sinatra from his early family background to overwhelming present business success. Interviews with friends, family and associates reveal a star-studded career in melody and movie alongside a fascinating personal life of four marriages, liaison with the Kennedy family, Las Vegas business interests and an alleged association with the Mafia
Description: Hollywood is a hot spot for celebrities, and tour tutorial Scott Michaels (E!'s "20 Most Horrifying Hollywood Murders," FindADeath.com) knows their, well, haunts. DEARLY DEPARTED is an all-access tour of the "backlots" of L.A. - territories where the most infamous murders, suicides and bizarre crimes involving A-listers have taken place. The Viper Room, the website where "The Black Dahlia" was discovered, and variety more legendary spots are explored in this funny and equally shocking ride into L.A.'s seedy underground.
Description: Baltimore Town officials asked drug kingpin Melvin Williams to stop the riots happened following Martin Luther King's assassination. After supporting the authorities out, Williams was then labeled a threat, framed and incarcerated by a hypocritical society.
Description: The Hidden Hand is a controversial Award-winning documentary that explores the chance of an extraterrestrial presence here on Earth. The movie takes a keen look at a spectrum of subject like alien abduction, human/alien hybridization, the military's reverse-engineering of alien technology and the government cover-up of anything similar to extraterrestrials. Is preoccupation with E.T.'s a form of cultural madness, or is something really going on? How would E.T. contact change the religious and political institutions of our society? The Hidden Hand is full of riveting interviews with experts and experiencers alike: Whitley Strieber, Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the 6th astronaut on the moon, Paul Hellyer, a former Canadian Defence Minister, Richard Dolan, Jim Marrs, Linda Moulton Howe, Col. John Alexander, Lyn Buchanan, Clifford Stone, Nassim Haramein, David Icke, Dr. Roger Leir, Graham Hancock and Paola Harris, among others. The shadowy globe of UFOs is suddenly brought to light.
Description: This documentary looks at developments in the Canadian forestry industry from the 1970s. Turning a Newfoundland bog into woodland, fostering British Columbia seedlings that withstand mechanical planting, inoculating Ontario elms vs the bark beetle, devising methods of controlling fire... these are some of the experiments shown being carried out in laboratories and in the field to protect and conserve the country's vast forests.
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Daniel Ellsberg was an ex-marine and top privacy wonk, who became convinced that the Vietnam Fight was wrong. He was also convinced that the government knew it was wrong, but continued to war mainly to save face. Considering this a moral abhorrence, he leaked top secret papers to the press. They didn't betray really damaging information, but they were an embarrassment to the government who tried to prosecute Ellsberg. To discredit the leaker, President Nixon ordered his aides to burgle his psychiatrist, starting a chain of happenings that led to Watergate. Eventually, after Nixon had resigned, the fight finally ended, although Ellsberg was disappointed that his publication of the truth has failed to turn public opinion decisively vs it at an earlier time. It's a fascinating story, and this documentary re-lives it. Most compelling is the sense that Ellsberg gives of a boy motivated by an extraordinarily powerful inner moral compass; while the likes of Nixon would do anything to keep onto what they had, Ellsberg risked a life in prison in the hope of ending the war. Today, our politicians seem to some to be making the same mistakes their forebears did; we have also learned something of how they lie to us, but still have not stopped them. Ellsberg is still trying. He emerges from this movie as a giant of a man.
This documentary is a must-see for anyone interested in American history. The most necessary reason to see it is that it illustrates the cozy nature of press-government relations in the 1960s, and how that relationship changed radically, albeit slowly, as a effect of Daniel Ellsberg's leak of the Pentagon Papers to the Fresh York Times.The Pentagon Papers were top secret documents that detailed the true reasons for America's entry into the Vietnam War. They clearly showed that presidents Kennedy and Johnson had lied to the American public and flouted international law in sending units to Southeast Asia. What was revolutionary was the mainstream press's eventual willingness to publish the classified documents. This had never been done before in America. The storyline as said in this movie is as riveting as any spy caper, and shows how individual acts of courage on the part of few folks were crucial to the success of Ellsberg's efforts to reveal the truth.There is also some black humor in the film, where President Nixon reveals his vengeful anger vs Ellsberg on excerpts from his popular tapes. It is no exaggeration to tell that Ellsberg almost single-handedly set in motion the happenings that would bring down the Nixon presidency and end America's involvement in Vietnam.
John Lennon is probably the most popular peace activist during the Vietnam War. But it took an inside boy who now had been over there who would not only shed light on the history of the United States's involvement with Vietnam but upon whose actions now led to the resignation of a sitting American president.Four years in the making, this got Ellsberg's participation as narrator and having the final word after publishing his greatest seller "Secrets" and subsequent ebook tour of "Secrets". Just like the book, it focuses on his career of being an outstanding Marine and researcher of nuclear energy that led to him being employed by Robert McNamara in 1961, then the Secretary of Defense under President John F. Kennedy.However, Ellsberg's storyline really begins getting interesting when he's assigned to uncover covert operations of the North Vietnamese vs American units stationed in South Vietnam in 1964. What had initiated this was the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which in itself soon proved to be an American ship misfiring upon other but at the time blamed on the Vietcong.Ellsberg told he should only search one, a minor one involving two servicemen that became an excuse for the most damaging one sided bombing of one nation towards other the globe has ever seen. In 1965, he went on a fact finding tour in which he dressed in war fatigues and came back disillusioned as to why the United States was doing there.He worked in Rand, a military think tank in Santa Monica and because of his position, traveled to Washington, D.C. where he began to create mates and meet his future wife at non violent peace rallies. He realized he had access to documents that would soon be named "The Pentagon Papers" that exposes the lies of presidents going back to Truman of the American involvement after France lost its colonies at Indochina.However, 1968's peace candidate would prove he was nothing of the sort and would be Ellsberg's chief antagonist for most of the documentary, the infamous Richard M. Nixon.I have seen negative comments about the cheesy animation, admittedly unnecessary because it's well known that Ellsberg's main role was to copy the documents and have been exposed to the Fresh York Times to Nixon's chagrin. Ellsberg comes across quite heroically in this and even he was surprised that he played no tiny part in giving Nixon enough rope to hang himself that led to his resignation.Very chilling is hearing Nixon considering dropping atomic bombs on Vietnam as if all to the another bombs including the infamous Christmas bombing of 1972 wasn't enough. Henry Kissinger, the Secretary of State, comes across much better, giving words of caution and even heard early on of having a "Peace with Honor" exit tactic with Nixon within the first month Nixon was in office.Present at the screening at Beverly Hills Melody Hall was Ellsberg's wife, Patricia Marx Ellsberg and movie maker Judith Ehrlich. Scheduled to appear but he passed away recently, Howard Zinn is among the talking heads of this necessary documentary. Paralels of what is event in Iraq and Afghanistan were not mentioned but still very hard to ignore.This was echoed repeatedly during the q and a. Ehrlich did test to repeatedly to receive Kissinger as this documentary does present him in a positive light but all attempts were futile. It is a quote from him that gives the game of this movie.She was more successful in getting John Dean, Nixon's counsel who got fired during the Watergate trials and bestselling creator of "Blind Ambition", that gave first hand accounts of Nixon's involvement of ordering the break in Ellberg's psychoanalyst's office.Patricia gave a more private side of her husband. He's actually seventy-nine and probably has been arrested seventy-nine times as he still attends peace rallies and not satisfied with the most actual surge in Afghanistan.If Ellsberg hadn't done what he done in 1971, it's really difficult to imagine what the seventies would have looked like in the political arena. There would have been no Watergate. The Vietnam Fight would have been prolonged and many more innocent folks would have died. However, Ellsberg sadly notes that it doesn't look like our government has really learned its lesson. 58,000 American and over 2,000,000 Vietnamese lives were lost during the Vietnam War. No matter how one looks at it, that remains a very disturbing fact in American history.
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