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Description: 1989, South Africa. The apartheid regime is teetering. A final push is given to the Afrikaner monolith by it's own kids who demand the right to select peace over war. Through the test of archive and contemporary material, the movie centers on the controversial two month melody tour that burned a swathe through the country, but also deals with the build up and motivations of these young Afrikaners to distance themselves from the sins of their forefathers through the medium of song.
Description: "How can I live in this strange land" - This lyric is from a song by James Phillips, who died age 36 on the 31st July 1995. He was a composer, musician, bandleader and the voice and conscience of a generation of white South Africans. His melody was born at the same time as the Soweto Riots and then fused in a strangely comfortable method with the punk musical explosion. His songwriting bloomed through the apartheid regime's darkest years and into the dawning of The Fresh South Africa. James was a complex person, selfish whilst showing extraordinary selflessness, giving time and often what tiny cash he had to those in need. He drew folks in, everyone was a mate of James. He lived too the rock & roll lifestyle, his capacity for the jol as legendary and abstention foreign to his nature. But despite his often arrogant and undisciplined ways, the legacy he leaves is that of one of the most aware, articulate and passionate artists to have been produced by this strange land.
Description: Gombrowicz or seduction rebuilds, from the margins of the official film, the figure of Witold Gombrowicz. Peripheral par excellence, at the end of the 30's the renowned creator of Ferdydurke and transatlantic came to stop the Argentina and stayed here for thirty years. Inevitably fragmentary, given the personality on the run of the own Gombrowicz (and the own Fischerman, In short)
Description: Ivor Browne has been a central figure in Irish mental health for many decades. Some folks want he wasn’t. Yet many folks owe their lives to him. Browne somehow managed to be part of the establishment while still being one of its best critics. His pioneering and often controversial lifelong work on behalf of the many who cannot speak for themselves is notable. Alan Gilsenan’s fresh movie captures the essence of this extraordinary human being. In a quirky and challenging cinematic portrait we meet a man, actually in his late-eighties, who is still full of energy, nice humour and compassion, and who remains a deeply-informed, startlingly innovative thinker. His special attributes continue to search vital expression and offer true hope in an increasingly bewildering world. With contributions from Tommy Tiernan, Tom Murphy, Mary Coughlan, Sebastian Barry, Nell McCafferty and others.
Description: Lola lives in a public nursing home where everything is shared: the clothes, the showers, the only coffin and the endings. Her only private belonging is the memory of her two nice loves: her mother and husband. Thanks to them Lola has something to do each day, going to the main door’s window to check on her husband who lives across the road and to the phone, where she tries to call her mother. Both died long ago, but they are Lola’s only strength to reach her end in a globe that, otherwise, is very impersonal for her.
Description: China keeps claiming sovereignty over Taiwan. The USA believes the Tech industry of the island nation needs to be protected. Prominent international experts from both sides, China vs. USA, Empires At Fight explores all the problems that should lead to war.
Description: Roel Cabato, a Baguio-based Ilocano-Ifugao artist-environmentalist who creates artwork from rummaged materials and showcases them in his home and art space, Hanan’chi. Through his creations, he conveys his spiritual connection with his Ifugao background, as well as his campaign for environmentalism and recycling.
Description: The life of Swedish explorer Rolf Blomberg: his ebooks and his films, his photographs and his illustrations. Blomberg explored Ecuador as several others have done and created this vast and exciting work. He arrived in 1934 to study the Galapagos Islands and returned many times to film, write and photograph the natives and the fishermen, the towns and the rainforest. This movie explores the explorer through his work. Developed exclusively based on the enormous visual legacy of Blomberg, we travel to a various time and search a view that, despite the passage of time, remains intact. Today, viewing his work, we see how the whole self-identity of the country might have been very different.
Description: At the 2016 European Championships, violent clashes between Russian and English supporters in Marseille place the spotlight on Russian hooliganism. Russian hooligans injured over 100 English supporters, beating two into a coma, and it raised serious concerns ahead of Russia hosting the 2018 Globe Cup. Filmmaker Alex Stockley von Statzer travels to Russia to experience the country's football fanatic culture first hand. Featuring footage filmed in Marseille in 2016, rare interviews with members of some of the most feared firms like the Spartak Gladiators and Orel Butchers, and fresh footage of an organised war for wannabe recruits, this present uncovers a globe where brutal violence has become a tag of honour and a symbol of newly resurgent Russian masculinity.
Description: A documentary that says the history of Grêmio Football Porto-Alegrense from its foundation in 1903 to the triumph of the 1997 Copa do Brasil. In addition to providing the historical panorama of the achievements of the club, the documentary explores the relationship between club and supporter through testimonies of players, coaching staff, former presidents and fans.
Description: DIE GABE ZU HEILEN says the stories of five folks with unique abilities who treat and heal their patients in an unconventional way. These charismatic healers from Germany, Austria and Switzerland are the topics of this documentary which sets out to present how their old-school, arcane ways can serve as an addition to conventional, academic medicine.
Description: Documentary about Down's syndrome and the ethics of pregnancy screening, fronted by Sally Phillips. This movie explores the science and thinking around the proposed fresh screening use for Down's syndrome and its possible availability on the NHS. Driven by the experience of raising her son Olly, who has Down's syndrome, Sally explores some of the ethical implications of our national screening policy. By talking to experts in the Down's syndrome community, the world's top scientists and including folks with Down's syndrome in the debate, Sally investigates a thorny topics that begs questions relevant to us all: what sort of globe do we wish to live in and who do we wish in it?
Description: Freelance female fight reporter Alex Quade covers U.S. Unique Operations Forces (SOF) on highly classified combat missions. Since 2001, she has embedded with elite SOF, including the U.S. Units Unique Forces or Green Berets, Units Rangers, Navy Seals, and CIA clandestine operatives to say their stories from the front lines. "Danger Close" follows Alex as she lives alongside these highly trained forces on some of the most daring missions ever documented in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Description: The storyline of the Echo communications satellite program, developed by Bell Laboratories, that eventually resulted in telephone calls being able to be made through satellites.
Description: First concert is from the TV Present 'Guitar, Guitar' hosted by Laura Weber in 1969. Next is 'In Concert at the Freight & Salvage, 1996'. Last is 'An Informal Interview (1996)'.
Description: In 2011 Ed March posted his particularly tiny motorcycle to the another side of the globe with the aim of riding it home. There was no plan, no script, no backup team and no-one to say him what a stupid concept it was. Over the next 8 months, Ed and his trusty motorbike Ninety travelled through 17 countries, including Malaysia, Thailand, India and Iran. In Vietnam he got very drunk with a tiny old lady and in Bangkok there were wedding bells. Where will he sleep tonight? What happens when you bribe a Cambodian units weapons shop with £200? Can you receive to Everest Base Camp in a pair of trainers? These are all questions that Ed March didn’t even know required answering. Join Ed as he shows you what the globe is really like when you have a large smile, a tiny bicycle and an even smaller budget.
Description: Over 60,000 years ago, the first modern humans left their African homeland and entered Europe, then a bleak and inhospitable continent in the grip of the Ice Age. But when they arrived, they were not alone: the stocky, powerfully built Neanderthals had already been living there for hundreds of thousands of years. So what happened when the first modern humans encountered the Neanderthals? Did they create love or war?
Description: 43 years ago Jane Pittman, a promising basketball star at her tiny city High School, ran off the court never to return ... until now. When Jane stumbles across the Nova United Senior Women's Basketball League, old passions are reignited. Vowing to receive into the greatest shape of her life, she is determined to enjoy competitive ball again. What she never expected to search on this adventure is a passionate group of seniors who have decided to 'wear out, before we rust out'. Selecting basketball over bingo, these girls come together for much more than sports. 'Coming Back To The Hoop' is a movie about the transforming power of basketball and the healing it brings when you connect with something larger than yourself and give yourself over to the squad
Description: A portrait of Highlights Magazine following the creation of the cultural phenomenon's 70th Anniversary issue, from the first editorial meeting to its comeback in homes, and introducing the quirky folks who passionately produce the monthly publication for "the world's most necessary people,"...children. Along the way, a rich and tragic history is revealed, the state of childhood, technology, and education is explored, and the future of print media is questioned.
Description: María is an Amorúa girl; an indigenous group that traveled the savannas of Orinoquía as nomads. She lives with her grandmother Matilde, her sister diana and her cousins in Puerto Carreño, in the Colombia-Venezuela border. The amorúa are considered wild and are not literate. Matilde wants her granddaughters to learn to write and read to live better in this city of "rational whites" as they call us. The director follows María's life for 8 years from her childhood to her adolescence and invites her to travel the territories her grandma did as a nomad.
Description: 1917-1933. The Bolshevik Revolution – Holodomor. The best Utopia mankind has ever known. An Utopia that shocked the globe and was buried in mass graves along with millions of victims. The movie narrates the global influence of the Revolution, the establishment of variety of Communist Parties, the hopes created in millions of folks around the globe and this so full of promise yet tragic course of “The Nice Utopia.” The movie is a tribute to the centenary of the October Revolution (1917-2017)
Description: Set in an abandoned coalmine at the Turkish border, Kani Shingal? weaves together the dramatic stories of Yezidi refugees following ISIS attacks and the kidnapping of more than 3000 girls and children. The storyline is said in raw cinematography from the parallel perspective of 3 generations of Yezidis.
Description: A 60-minute documentary about Ray Dennis Steckler's unsung former leading lady (and former wife), Carolyn Brandt. This video, along with few another volumes about the director and his movies were self distributed on Steckler's own label Mascot Video.
Description: Thirty years after the begin of the internal fight in Peru and ten years after publication of the Report of the Commission on Truth, the documentary inquires about the fate of the 16,000 disappeared persons resulting from actions of the Peruvian government and Shining Path in the Peruvian Andes. It narrates the storyline of three persons who travel from various cities to the Public Prosecutor’s office in the town of Huamanga, in Ayacucho, where they expect to obtain the remains of their relatives and to arrange for a proper burial. During this process, they say us about the violence and the pain they experienced, their life stories and their incessant struggle to survive in those times.
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