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Description: A group of filmmakers travel to a Kolla community in Salta to movie their folkways. We see all aspects of their life: farming, herding, cooking, football, and making melody during a Pachamama festival. In the course of filming, the leader of the Kolla community changes the filmmakers' view of what the documentary could be, and at the end of their visit they are changed. "La vida se puede ir amasando, como el barro": As life goes along, it becomes more pliant, like clay. An announcement at the beginning of the movie states that this is neither fiction nor documentary, but I'd tell it's closer to documentary.
Description: The storyline of how Ayia Napa became the mecca for UK Garage in the late 90s. With never-before-seen footage and original interviews from key names from UKG’s golden age.
Description: Storyline of the singer who came out of the Texas dustbowl to become the lord of Honky Tonk. With his Fender Telecaster guitar, no-nonsense style, and lush sound, Owens started a revolution in country melody that produced such hits as "Act Naturally" and "Together Again". Despite the loss of his greatest mate and lead guitarist Don Rich to a motorcycle accident, Buck persevered and is actually in his sixth decade of performing.
Description: Ñaalec (Fabián Valdez) is a Moqoit college student disenchanted with formal methods of learning and embarrassed by his drunken classmates. He seeks to recover his people's culture by learning from elders who still remember the old ways. Ñaalec travels to the Nanaicalo Nqote ("eye of the dragon"), a sacred lake whose water gave folks the power of the gods. This docudrama is part of a series of community-created movies supported by CEFREC (led by Iván Sanjinés, son of legendary Bolivian filmmaker Jorge Sanjinés).
Description: Set on zone in Libya, Italy and Greece during 2015-2016 at the height of the Mediterranean migration crisis, Precarious Trajectories focuses on the perilous sea crossings that hundreds of thousands of refugees have undertaken in newest years in order to arrive at what they hope will be the safer shores of Europe through the eyes of Ruha from Syria and Ahmed from Somalia.
Description: Documentary about the history of Jornal do Brasil, founded on April 14, 1891. In 1965, the Jornal do Brasil marked its innovative and active position, as recorded in the documentary "A Seventv-Four- Year-Old Fellow" by the filmmaker Nelson Pereira dos Santos, and the storyline itself was in charge of confirming. In the following years, the newspaper would witness the most remarkable happenings of the second half of the twentieth century in Brazil and in the world. It would applaud the democratic struggles and independence of peoples, help social demonstrations vs oppression and justice at all levels. Tirelessly, he did not hesitate to report the truth of the facts, regardless of the circumstances in which they presented themselves.
Description: A rare surviving record of 1960s drag performance at Camden’s Black Cap pub. Drag queens Shane and Laurie Lee perform and discuss their craft in this home-made documentary by US-born filmmaker Richard Benner.
Description: Araf is an essayistic street film and diary of a ghostly character, Nayia, who travels between Srebrenica, Sarajevo, and Mostar in Bosnia. She has been in exile since the fight and returns for the 22nd memorial of the Srebrenica genocide. The movie is guided by her diary notes of the journey, which merge with the myth of Daedalus and Icarus – Icarus being the name given to the champion of a bridge diving tournament in her home country.
Description: Shot in a single uncut sequence, Cinema Olanda Movie connects an architectural location, a number of individuals, and past and show happenings through a momentary filmic reality.
Description: The 1971 Attica prison uprising is a signature moment of radical resistance for the American Civil Rights movement. The subsequent retaking of the prison is an launch wound. Evidence of the Evidence explores this tortured history through a granular interrogation of its archival materials. Utilizing rarely seen video recordings shot by a Fresh York State Trooper, the ﬁlm offers a visceral ground lvl acc of the happenings at Attica, but also chronicles the contemporaneous mediation and narrativization of these events.
Description: The urge to relieve a winter valley of permanent shadow and search gold in alluvial gravel is part of a long history of desire and extraction in the far Canadian north. Cancan dancers, curlers, smelters, former town officials, and a curious cliff-side mirrored disc congregate to form a city portrait. Shot on zone in Dawson City, Yukon Territory.
Description: The movie approaches the biographies of two girls whose personalities were forcibly hidden behind their roles as wives and homemakers. They remained invisible until they themselves became the aggressors.
Description: From the imposing mating call of the red deer and the flight of the buzzard to the hunt of the fox and the micro-ecosystem on a heavy oak: nature documentarist Luc Enting recorded it all for his stunning detail movie Wild Heart of Holland, produced by PVPictures. The effect of his efforts is an exciting, moving and often humorous film, revealing the beauty and diversity of this wild park in each season. We also watch the main characters grow up to adulthood, a path inevitably dogged with challenges. Enting: “To me, this park, in any season, has an almost un-Dutch beauty. It is the biggest continuous nature reserve in northwest Europe with an wonderful tons of landscapes and life. It has forests, heath, sand drifts, brooks and pushed moraines. With my film, I would like to give a fresh insight into its incredibly diverse nature.”
Description: The inhabitants trapped in Sarajevo during the Yugoslavian Fight made an amateur video calling for a time machine to receive them out of the city. Simultaneous translation is used to bring this call out of the past and into the present.
Description: The only movie by Yugoslavian-Brazilian journalist Vladimir Herzog, this cinéma verité short topics is the effect of a movie course taught by Swedish documentary filmmaker Arne Sucksdorf in Brazil, in 1962. A report about the so-called "Marimbás", who aren't exactly fishermen, even though they live of the sea, have their boats and do their fishing on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro. The movie briefly presents their stories, methods, and how they manage to sell their products to costumers right there on the same spot in which they fish.
Description: Snow, sweat, testosterone and the sound of chainsaws. Each four years, over a period of three months in winter, wood is being slash in a steep mountain, high above Lake Ägeri, and prepared for log rafting. Neither economic change nor technology has been able to replace this traditional and sustainable craft in Switzerland.
Description: Shot in a creaky, wooden-floored Parisian recording studio at an inaugural three-day “forum of ideas” focusing on the manifold chances of “Resistance”, the movie initially appears to be a structuralist document of a philosophical discussion in-the-round.
Description: PhoeniXXX is the storyline of two women, who had to reinvent and recalibrate themselves for others in order to escape poverty and reach their goals. In the end, both seem to receive what they want, but the erotic chat industry took its toll on of them.
Description: A confrontation and comparison of two church buildings, which should hardly be more different, but also a dialogue between different ideas of church and community: the Protestant Grundtvig’s Church in Copenhagen and the Catholic Cathedral in Orvieto.
Description: November 2016 : The United States of America are about to elect their fresh president. AMERICA is a deep dive into the heart of Arizona, meeting the inhabitants of a tiny city crossed by Street 66, the broken inheritors of the American Dream who deliver us their hopes and fears.
Description: From the April home opener to the glorious November win parade, this squad was bonded by a believe - a belief - dare we say: The Magic Inside. The team-first attitudes of veterans and newcomers alike blended with the positive style of manager Bruce Bochy to make a magnificent and sustaining chemistry. AT&T Park overflowed with waves of orange-and-black devotees throughout the year - hoping beyond hope that their Giants would bring them the first Globe Series game in San Francisco history. Often it was tortuous. But everytime it was magic.
Description: Paul Henreid, perhaps most popular for his roles in CASABLANCA and NOW, VOYAGER became a star at Warner Brothers during Globe Fight II, as the exotic lead with the European accent. After the war, his contract was cancelled and he was left to his own devices. He continued acting and also began producing and directing. In his choices, both as actor and director, his work evinces an increasing bitterness and cynicism. A private statement? Or a effect of the unceasing political shifts of the times?
Description: Fasting may serve as the solution to solve our epidemic of chronic illnesses today. However, most think of only one way of fasting when they hear the term ‘fasting.’ This documentary explores 7 various ways of fasting including Time-Restricted Feeding, Intermittent & Prolonged Fasting, Long-Term Water Fasting, Religious Fasting, Eating Disorders, Improvising or Fasting Unsafely, Fasting Mimicking Diet, and Juice Fasting. The movie interviews 54 folks including the world’s leading scientists and medical specialists on fasting, as well as individuals who used fasting to treat obesity, diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular problems, skin problems, high blood pressure, chronic headaches, joint pain, and many others. This detail motion picture is the most comprehensive and objective look at fasting on film.
Description: She was signed in 2006, released her debut album in 2008, and the follow-up in 2011. And the rest, as they say, is history. But Adele Adkins' history is one that deserves investigation, analysis, documentation and review. Using rare archival interviews (during which she speaks candidly about her life and career), live and studio performance footage, and contributions from collaborators and industry insiders, ADELE: THE ONLY WAY IS UP reveals just what it is that has transformed this seemingly ordinary woman from Croydon into the most successful musical icon of the third millennium.
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A documentary defending capitalism is welcomed. But this person is clearly confused about what USA capitalism is. He is a type and sympathetic person but his arguments are incomplete (and in some situations wrong).Socialism is not about keeping folks unemployed and giving them benefits; it's about giving each citizen a possibility by being healthy and educated. On the another hand capitalism in more effective in creating wealth but he fails to argue that properly because I think he deliberately avoids to mention the large corporations of the USA.I admire the Dalai Lama for not wishing to disappoint this boy (although he does mention that they need the support of westerners) but I can only give 5 begins to this movie.
The presenter sees what he wants to see and shows what he wants you to see.1947-1991 - he was apparently said by someone that India was a socialist country. Subsequently, in other country, he says someone "that isn't capitalism... that's cronyism". I never heard him tell "that isn't socialism... that's cronyism". Nobody said him that India has everytime been a country run by cronies. They opened up markets... sure. But the presenter does not talk about the value lost by the Indian rupee, and how poverty has just been redefined in India. Folks might tell that they earn more cash - but what is the worth of that cash ?He presents the slum in Bombay named Dharavi. Sure... they test each inch for tiny scale industry without the security standards. But did he take you to the villages outside each major town of India, where the residents are not allowed to test the water from their local water bodies because the water mafia has paid of the politicians so that they can exploit the water, move it in trucks to supply to the high rise buildings at a high price. Dharavi has been industrious even before 1991. The water mafia is a much more newest phenomenon because capitalism concentrates wealth in a several hands and brings more and more folks to the towns where a small part of that wealth hopefully trickles down.He goes on to smear Scandinavian countries. He shows us their conformist culture and mildly suggests that exceptional folks may not do well there. But he provides no evidence... just conjecture..Without taking away from the several folks who were genuinely being helped in this documentary, it was just the same old platitudes that capitalists never fail to dish out in their artificially soft voices.Yes - folks need purpose and dignity. Who ever told that Socialism doesn't strive to give folks that purpose and dignity ? And didn't capitalism deprive coal country of that purpose and dignity ? Of course, none of this is addressed in this pursuit of platitudes and hot air.
The filmmaker rightly points out that Capitalism can be very effective at creating wealth. Unfortunately the filmmaker fails to recognize that a blend of Socialism and Capitalism, depending upon the task at hand, can be more effective at supporting folks search self actualization. Ultimately I am left feeling that Mr. Brooks is a type man, that means well, but lacks the understanding that in territories such as health care, education, and law enforcement Capitalism simply doesn't work as well as Socialism This becomes glaringly apparent when the filmmakers note that Scandinavian societies, with their socialized education and health care, are the happiest on world , and even present idyllic scenes of Scandinavian life, and yet, spend fifteen mins dredging up each reason possible that 88% of everyone there is wrong and Scandinavia should, instead, be seeking methods to cater to the sliver of their society that still can't seem to search their place.
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