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Description: The movie chronicles the history and development of "Critical Mass", the leaderless, grassroots bike movement from its 1992 beginnings in San Francisco to its spread across the world to over 200 towns in 14 countries. With traffic congestion, pollution, and street rage on the rise, cyclists are advocating for transportation alternatives. Critical Mass is at the cutting edge of this mindset.
Description: In "Motorbendes Onder Vuur", crime reporter John van den Heuvel follows the rise and development of the biggest motorcycle club in the Netherlands, No Surrender. In follow-up to the earlier crime unique "The Difficult Reality Behind No Surrender" from 2013, Van den Heuvel gives the viewer a revealing look behind the scenes of the government hunt for motorcycle gangs. He speaks with all those directly involved, both with the police and the judiciary, as well as with members of No Surrender about the crimes within their club. Van den Heuvel follows few police actions, in which a rough picture is presented of how the judicial authorities are trying to stop these motorcycle gangs and test to come to a ban.
Description: Marija grew up in a family that lives Yugoslav ideals even today. Given that Marija and her family are of Serbian origin, who continued to live in Croatia, regardless of the pressures of the newest war, the Yugoslav identity is the one they felt closest to. She had everytime felt that her family's ideals were her own, until her life path turned her in a various direction. When she founded her own family with her husband, she began to question her parents' and grandparents' values, as well as her own, and if that was the environment in which she wanted to raise her son. Within a adventure through the family history, Marija opts for a "new beginning" in a fully various environment and sets up a fresh home - in Sweden. This movie is a storyline about growing up, separation from the nest, and accepting one's own value system, and how to receive there, in the atmosphere of a stable and loving family.
Description: This documentary sheds fresh light on the audacious escape of Allied airmen from a Nazi P.O.W. camp during Globe Fight II. On March 24, 1944, in the heart of Nazi Germany, 76 British, Canadian, Norwegian and French pilots who were held in Stalag Luft III, a prison camp of the Luftwaffe, escaped. The tunnel used for their flight, masterminded by RAF Squadron Leader Roger Bushell, was constructed in the best secrecy, under the nose of the German jailers. In fact, the POWs had dug three tunnels nicknamed Tom, Dick and Harry, some 30 feet deep and extending 300 feet into the woods outside the camp. Stalag Luft III was created in Sagan, Poland in 1932. The camp was told to be impossible to escape. Special testimony from the last survivors, recreations and today's digital photos bring this riveting tale to viewers. At the centerpiece of the tool is 99-year-old Jack Lyon, who was a Flight Lieutenant in the RAF during Globe Fight II and was one of the escapees.
Description: Torgny Anderberg goes back to the Peruvian rain forest after 17 years, to meet again with the Ashaninka people. They say of their actual situation, and the struggles they face.
Description: A documentary about director Torgny Anderberg who made movies about and who fought for the rights of the indigenous folks of Peru. It shows Torgny finished his last adventure to the jungle to meet with the Ashaninka people. Torgny died shortly after; his colleague Helgi Felixson helped finishing the film.
Description: Shot on 16mm movie over the course of three years, this movie documents hiking trips taken alone in the highlands of Iceland. The movie explores the boundaries of individual and private space, vs the launch territories of nature, which belong to no one.
Description: A tree is like a boy is an attempt to touch the otherworld through its edges. Shot on 16 mm in the Colombian Amazon, the movie serves as private witness to shaman Don William's lifetime relationship to Ayahuasca and another plant medicines that are native to the jungle. With the rainforest a rich labyrinthine background, this portrait is at once intimate and spare, opening up to alternate realities as dense as the jungle itself, with kaleidoscopic multiplicities in both the natural and the spiritual realms.
Description: Buffalo consists of a several handheld, almost still shots, that bring up questions concerning the border of reality and fiction, presence and past in memory reconstructed.
Description: Hosted by one-time M*A*S*H guest star Shelley Long, “Memories of M*A*S*H” included brand-new interviews with the cast as well as producers, authors and guest-stars. The 90-minute retrospective aired on November 25th, 1991 on CBS as part of its “Classic Weekend II,” which also included “The Bob Newhart 19th Anniversary Special” and “The Greatest of Ed Sullivan II.” Variety of clips from over over sixty various episodes were shown. It was the brain-child of Michael Hirsh (also responsible for “Making M*A*S*H”) and coincided with the 20th anniversary of M*A*S*H.
Description: In this movie I was interested in making territories that were far apart in physical distance appear next to every another in cinematic time. Every shot is an independent stage from a separate zone and I animated objects and materials found in these places. The optical soundtrack is mixed low, so that the sound of the static electricity on the track mixes with the recorded soundtrack.
Description: The projection Cine-scope is a looped animation in which a piece of celluloid is penetrated on a quasi-microscopic level, such that the scratches and dust on the movie come to resemble a forest brushing by the viewer. This work speaks to the trance-like state that may occur with the prolonged viewing of an uneventful movie (such as Andy Warhol’s Empire), where texture comes to replace a lack of any true narrative content.
Description: In 1965, Swedish composer/musician Jan Bark proposed an experiment for a fresh type of 'music for black-and-white TV'. Bark's mate Erkki Kurenniemi programmed the animations. The original ver was lost: this reconstruction was made with the support of Bark's diaries, laboratory notes and reminiscences from folks involved.
Description: Made in 1953, Study in Optical Rhythm is an examination of the visual functions of rhythm. His greatest known film, it was drawn and painted directly onto the movie stock at intervals of 4, 8, 12, 16 and 24 frames to search concurrence with a predetermined musical accompaniment. The movie was intended to be screened both with and without melody to discover differing audiovisual relationships. Technically Study in Optical Rhythm is thus reminiscent of the animations of Norman McLaren, Len Lye and Oscar Fischinger.
Description: Behind-the-scenes documentary on the making of the 2008 science ficiton/horror film, Daybreakers featuring interviews with members of the cast and team and delving into each aspect of the detail including early development, pre-production, production and post-production.
Description: This movie was inspired by a discarded movie fragment I found in a dustbin, a relic from a time before the advent of computer-programmed TV. In 1978, Nobel Science Prize winners Pjotr Kapitsa, Arno Penzias, Hamilton O. Smith, Peter D. Mitchell and Werner Arber were filmed in a Stockholm TV studio talking with Bengt Feldreich about fossil fuels, nuclear reactors, genetics, the nature of time and symmetry. My ver is a flicker movie comprised solely of the Finnish subtitles that were played during the original broadcast. The movie runs in a rapid loop, emulating the result of a Tibetan prayer wheel.
Description: Climate scenario where temperature rise causes hallucinogenic heat-stroke resulting in tropical mirages and double vision. The main focus in the videoworks ‘Level’, ‘Temperature Rising’ and ‘Bloomberg’ has been photo and sound as equal units. This means that I’m trying not to place sound to photo or photo to sound but to work with the two in a parallel process where a motion can begin in a picture and end up moving through sound. My interest in movements travelling through time in photo and sound developed during my studies in visual art and electro-acoustic music.
Description: Inststamatic pictures − sewn in and reversed. These photos were all very ordinary with typical scenes from a family album: vacations, trips abroad, family gatherings etc. The sewing threads in the pictures − coast sewn to ocean, clouds to sky or folks sewn to every another − marks a method of codifying the emotional structures and relations in the images, thus controlling an interpretation of them and highlighting (while at the same time trying to bridge) the gap between photo and reality.
Description: The movie is made up of news images and short dramatised fragments which Ruutsalo once again manipulated by painting. One of the best details of Teddy is the electronic score composed by Osmo Lindeman which was performed on Dico, an instrument designed by Erkki Kurenniemi.
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