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Description: Madness and violence, fellowship, panic and tragedy palpable in three-dimensional frames this documentary epic tone that transforms these meters race in a thrilling action movie.
Description: Sitting inside his mini-sub, two and a half miles under the Atlantic Ocean, James Cameron is testing the ultimate video game. Using piloting techniques perfected in earlier dives to another parts of the ship, he steers a remote operated car down the stairs toward the Turkish Baths - a zone he has dreamed of since he first saw the wreck 10 years ago. Less than one hundred feet away, beyond a series of barriers he can't see, is one of the last great, unseen territories inside Titanic...
Description: The gripping private accounts of the folks and the tragedy. In never-before-seen footage, we adventure with historian Charles Haas, as he descends into the depths of the North Atlantic and tutorials us on a tour of the RMS Titanic. While recounting tales of triumph and struggle, we see among the many websites the doors where all passengers would have entered, peer through the porthole of a first class cabin, see the davits where the too several lifeboats hung and pause by the email room where the postal workers heroically died. This special footage coupled with letters, old stills, artifacts and fresh recreations says the nice human stories of this popular ship as never before.
Description: Deep on the ocean's floor, one landmark continues to fascinate above all the rest, It's tragic tale has been said many times. But there is other story... an ongoing technological drama... a high-tech journey to explore and discover the mysteries of th RMS Titanic. This is that story... a quest marked by failure, success, classified operations, and moral uncertainty. 90 years after the loss of over 1500 souls, the storyline continues to this day.
Description: 300 miles off the coast of North America, in the dark waters of the Atlantic Ocean, a group of ships have come together at the website of the Titanic. Experts from the United States, Nice Britain, Canada and France have convened with one goal, to conduct the first full-scale investigation of the Titanic Disaster.
Description: Documentary short movie intended to drum up help for the Fifth Fight Loan Campaign. It shows a satisfied family in the future of 1960 enjoying the prosperity and advantages made possible by the successful prosecution of the war, and how the sacrifices of 1944 have made the globe a better place. Edited down from The Shining Future (1944).
Description: During the Falklands War, a squad of Vulcan Bombers staged the longest bombing raid ever attempted. We say the nice storyline of the machines that undertook the near impossible point of bombing Port Stanley. The programme details archive footage spanning the Vulcan's whole dramatic history, including newsreels, amateur video and movie shot by the pilots themselves. We also create test of an enormous array of archival sources, including the plane's original design specification, and orders for construction from the Fight Office.
Description: American Meat is a solutions-oriented documentary chronicling the actual state of the U.S. meat industry. Featuring Joel Salatin, Chuck Wirtz, Fred Kirschenmann, Steve Ells, Paul Willis, and farmers across America, it takes an even-handed look at animal husbandry. First explaining how America arrived at our actual industrial system, the storyline shifts to the show day, showing the feedlots and confinement houses, not through hidden cameras but through the eyes of the farmers who live and work there. From there, the documentary introduces the revolution taking root in animal husbandry, led by the charismatic and passionate Joel Salatin. Stories are shared of farmers across the country who have changed their life to begin grass-based farms, and daily solutions highlight actions folks can create to help America's agriculture.
Description: Visual photos consist entirely of Indian miniature paintings, while an off-screen narrator traces the rise of this art form within the courts of Akbar (1542-1605), who united what is actually India and Pakistan, and his son Jahangir (1569-1627). Two schools of the miniature paintings, done by anonymous artists, flourished after Akbar established unity and peace across what had been many smaller states: the Moghul (Islamic) school and the Rajput (Hindu) school. The Moghul paintings record the happenings of the court, while the Rajput school connects physical beauty and, in particular, the longing of girls to the transcendent values of the spirit.
Description: In March 1939, Hitler's units marched into Prague, Czechoslovakia. Jan Bodon, a young captain in the Czech Units - who also happened to be blond-haired, blue-eyed and fluent in German - was "asked" to join the Nazis. He promptly fled and joined the Czech Resistance Movement instead. In this strong documentary directed by Jan's son, Jean Bodon uncovers the truth not only about Jan's wartime experiences, but also discovers that his father was secretly a Jew in a country which underwent one of the biggest extermination campaigns of the war.
Description: From feminist director and provocateur Monika Treut comes this eclectic collection of four short documentaries profiling unconventional women. One has Camille Paglia explaining her methods of thinking. One has Annie Sprinkle explaining her approach to performance art, which contains inviting audience members to view her cervix with a speculum. One interview investigates a professional woman's preoccupation with sadomasochism. The fourth documents the life adjustments of an F2M (female-to-male) sex change who looks like a risky biker, with slick black hair, a matching motorcycle jacket, and tattoos.
Description: Don Marshall follows three pals who fuel up their motorcycles in Denver and hit the nice highway for the journey of a lifetime.A street trip that takes them all the method to Panama. They don't have much cash, but these nomadic spirits still manage to receive their thrills while skiing, scuba diving and watching bullfights as they create their method from the States to Central America.
Description: The movie says the storyline of Laxenburg from 13th century, when it was used for hunting and fishing trips by the imperial Habsburg family, to modern day, a famous summer resort and a bustling international community. Today Laxenburg is also home to IIASA, the Austrian Movie Archive, and the International Anti-Corruption Academy. The movie will also detail these organizations, their history, and the necessary work they do in the field of research and diplomacy that goes far beyond Austria's borders.
Description: Many folks have heard of dogging but very several know what goes on in this secretive world. This intimate and compelling Real Stories movie provides an insight into why boys and girls engage in or watch sexual activity in front of strangers in public areas, under the cover of darkness. Dogging Tales is directed by award-winning photographer Leo Maguire - who made his critically-acclaimed debut in 2012 with Gypsy Blood: Real Stories. Interviews with doggers start in the 'real world' as their day draws to a close and they discuss their normal lives. As they go out they shed their daytime personas and Maguire accompanies them to lay-bys, woods and picnic spots around the UK that often double as dogging territories after dusk.
Description: Beautifully Broken explores the life and work of renowned contemporary Toronto photographer Rafael Goldchain whose work has been exhibited at MOMA, the Canadian Centre for Contemporary Photography and around the world. Goldchain is fascinated by themes of identity and mortality. His unusual artistic interpretation of photographs of his ancestors is real performance art. As an artist and father, Goldchain struggles with his own Jewish identity and passing on this legacy to his son.
Description: Is it real what they tell in Spamalot (“You won’t create it on Broadway if you don’t have any Jews”)? Tracing Broadway’s Yiddish roots, and exploring back-stories behind many landmark shows from Showboat to Wicked, filmmaker Michael Kantor chronicles the special role of Jewish musicians in the creation of the modern American musical. This joyful and clever documentary details interviews with many theatre artists, rare archival footage and recordings from original Broadway productions, and unforgettable anecdotes (hearing about Ethel Merman’s irreverent behavior at a Passover Seder during the rehearsals for Gypsy will leave you in hysterics).
Description: In this hour, MSNBC goes inside the globe of Bryon Widner, a former skinhead "pit bull", as he undergoes painful treatments to remove the physical representation of the hate he had exhibited to the globe for more than half his life. Erasing Hate is produced by Bill Brummel Productions. MSNBC broadcast a forty-four-minute tv ver of the movie in 2011. A feature-length movie version, approximately ninety minutes, is accessible for theatrical, international broadcast, streaming and educational distribution.
Description: Samy Szlingerbaum made his movie Dakh-Brisel (Brussels-Transit) in 1980, thirty years after any Yiddish detail movie had been produced. Szlingerbaum felt that the only method he should relate the storyline of his family’s find for refuge after Globe Fight II was in Yiddish. This Belgian-based filmmaker, deeply impacted by Fresh York experimental cinema, gives us a masterful blend of strong drama and stark documentary to say the storyline of postwar European Jewry. Home, as it had been, no longer exists, and all that Samy’s family wants is a zone in which to sink fresh roots.
Description: In TJFF’s 21 years, we’ve rarely seen a movie quite like this one. Filmmaker Marc Halberstadt is trying to receive back the property that his parents lost to the Nazis and accumulate 65 years of back rent. But he realizes that the land his family fled to and settled on in America had been seized from Native Americans, to whom, in fairness, he actually owes 65 years of back rent. Then it hits him—why not allow the Native Americans accumulate directly from the Germans? Slash out the middleman! He is joined by four Native Americans and travels to Germany to see if anyone will accept with this novel idea.
Description: The Abayudaya are Ugandan Jews, who once numbered 5000; but due to casualties from Idi Amin’s regime of terror, only a tiny group remains. Living with lingering intolerance as well as collapsed coffee prices, struggling Jewish, Christian and Muslim coffee farmers place aside their differences and form the Delightful Peace Coffee Cooperative. What follows is an uplifting and inspiring story.
Description: In 1972, the globe was shocked to learn that members of the Israeli Olympic Squad had been taken hostage by Palestinian terrorists. In this documentary, seven survivors of the squad recall what they witnessed and how they escaped. The men’s reminiscences and commentaries are strong in their honesty and openness. Four decades later, we re-live their hopeful comeback at the games, the hostage drama, the failed rescue attempt and the memorial service.
Description: For most women, “fluchkes” (a Yiddish word referring to flabby underarms) are something to “kvetch” about. For the group of female seniors, between the ages of 72 and 82, creating and preparing for a dance performance, fluchkes are just other badge of honour in a life lived to the fullest. Comfortable in front of the camera, every of these girls speaks candidly about aging, sex, and relationships. Director Ofer Inov follows this group of energetic girls through a year of rehearsals—through moments of hardships and self-doubt as well as moments of camaraderie, inner-strength and success.
Description: This visually stunning movie is both a travelogue of the lush landscape of Cameroon and an exploration of the frustrations of bringing First Globe innovations to a Third Globe country. Israel, recognized as a leader in drip-irrigation technology, shares its expertise with countries around the world. Mickey Arbel, Israel’s ambassador to Cameroon, has made it his point to persuade the residents of rural villages to adopt this system that would finally resolve their irrigation difficulties. However, old methods die difficult in Cameroon and things do not everytime go as planned. Director Jonathan Paz (The Galilee Eskimos, TJFF 2009) follows Arbel on a adventure that is by turns surreal, funny and frustrating. For the charismatic Arbel, it is also a adventure of soul searching and self-discovery.
Description: When photographer Eran Barak moves into an apartment in Haifa, he spends his days observing the neighbourhood: three high-rise residential buildings under construction, forever changing the neighbourhood; a photograph of two eternally smiling teenagers killed in a vehicle accident, taped to a tiny monument; an aging Nazi hunter looking for recognition. As he absorbs it all, these seemingly unrelated elements enter his apartment in the form of photographs that line his walls. Reminiscent of the work of Chris Marker, Barak’s Hunting Time is a poetic and moving meditation on memories and remembrance, history and documentation, reality and imagination.
Description: In this startling investigative piece, Canadian-Greek journalist George Gedeon, though not Jewish himself, focuses his camera on the historic and actual climate of attitudes among Greeks towards Jews. The Jewish population in Greece went from 70,000 prior to the Holocaust, to 5,000 today. During few visits to Greece and through interviews with Jewish leaders, Holocaust survivors and academics, Gedeon exposes the misinformed and intolerant views propagated by Greek mass media, church sermons and the general public.
Description: Director Chris Marker starts by recounting his childhood dream of visiting the town of Peking - a town he was once only able to admire in books. The viewer is taken on a adventure through this city, as if experiencing it from the mind and through the eyes of Marker. His thoughts and observations about the traditions, history, and banalities of daily life in Peking are woven together in elegant fashion.
Description: A vast, well-constructed collage of personal home films from the early 1930s to the mid 1970s that reveals the history of the Jewish state in methods that you have never seen before. Rescued from oblivion in drawers, basements and attics, this footage shows everyday family life unfolding alongside happenings that would shape the country. “The entire concept here is there is no one Israeli narrative,” told producer Arik Bernstein in an interview, “This is no official history. It’s not a left-wing look at history, or a right-wing look. These are private histories — tiny moments that create up a entire and present something of who we are.”
Description: Iranian-American filmmaker Mehrnaz Saeedvafa traces her adventure from growing up as young woman in Tehran to adjusting to life in America, while she reflects on how the movies of Jerry Lewis spoke to her as an outsider in both countries. Peppered with clips from Lewis’ films, as well as another Hollywood classics, that have been dubbed into Farsi, this short documentary is “an invaluable cross-cultural lesson,” told esteemed movie critic Jonathan Rosenbaum, who named Jerry and Me one of the greatest movies of 2012.
Description: Shot at Coney Island, Fresh York's legendary amusement park, over two years from 1974-1976, this pretty landmark of American experimental movie languished in semi-obscurity for three decades after its 1980 debut. Restoration was a complex process involving algorithmic pc programming deployed to synchronise sound with photos originally recorded (on monochrome Super 8mm film!) at the unusually slow rate of 18 frames per second. The effect is cinema as a miraculous time-travel machine, a city-poem which transports us to hidden corners that only a real Coney-Islander would know: a native like writer, director, producer and editor Paula Gladstone. She also arranged the soundtrack, featuring melody that ranges from Duke Ellington to the Drifters ("under the board-walk, down by sea...") and, most stirringly, LaBelle.
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I saw this film at the Boston international movie festival and had the pleasure of speaking with the Producer and Director after wards.Jeremy Irons narrated and his strong accent and recognizable voice leads weight to the story.The film was very well made and tracks the history of the Czechoslovak government post Globe Fight II.It made intelligent test of archive footage, dramatization with actors and current interviews with many of the major participants including the first post Communist Czech President and leading dissident playwright Vaclav Havel.The movie is broken down basically by decades.The 40's post WWII elections won by the communists and eventual communist takeover of government.The 50's Communist control.The 60's easing of communist repression of dissident voices followed by the violent Soviet invasion and crackdown in what is known as Prague Spring.The 70's and the general atmosphere of fear and distrust.The 80's introduction of 'Glasnost and Perestroika'. Student leaders in the late 80's sought to commemorate the death of a student protester vs the Nazi occupation were granted permission by the communists to keep a rally on Nov. 17 1989. The students conspired to lead a march from their designated rally mission into the symbolic center of Czech government, Wenceslas square. However, the government learned of the plan and cordoned off the zone with unique forces and riot police. Cordoned off and surrounded the 80,000 powerful students sat and attempted to wait out the police. Unfortunately, the police attacked and in the melee one student died (oh the irony!).The Czech government, run by aging hardliners, bumbled through the next several days expecting some guidance from Moscow. Moscow was silent on the topics and increasingly heavy and peaceful demonstrations which eventually filled the Wenceslas square with 200,000 and soon 500,000 demonstrators led to the ultimate collapse of the Communists.Interviews of the folks involved were nicely spaced out throughout the film supporting to fill out the decade by decade time-lines with realism. Emotions of fear, defiance and tearful relief are felt throughout the movie.A very nice movie and I suggest it.
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