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Description: The storyline of former teacher Mary Kay Letourneau, a Seattle grade school teacher, who stunned the globe when she fell in love with her 13-year-old former sixth grade student Vili Fualaau. Their subsequent relationship ultimately sent her to prison for more than seven years, isolating her from her kids and altering the course of her life forever.
Description: Some softened by age and sadness, others loud and angry, the voices of the survivors of Canada’s public service homosexual purge are actually united, and determined. They are torqued by decades of silence, years of being ignored. They demand justice, and they wish to be heard. Theirs is a storyline of betrayal that is both national and deeply personal. Boys and girls who dedicated their lives to public service, some signing oaths of allegiance and servitude; casualties of a political tapestry woven in the fibers of acute safety measures that somehow became normalized.
Description: Maria Irene Fornes is “America's Nice Unknown Playwright.” When she stops writing due to dementia, a friendship with a young writer reignites her visionary constructive spirit, triggering a movie collaboration that picks up where the pen left off.
Description: Documentary about the making of "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991). Presented as three short documentaries on the collector's edition DVD (MGM, January 2007), but first appeared in the 2005 European release.
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Description: In February 2016, rock 'n' roll trio Thelma & the Sleaze embarked on the world's first “Intra-City Tour”. They played 31 shows in 29 days and raffled off a promotional mini-van in the process, in an unprecedentedly absurd publicity stunt that raised the bar for independent artists everywhere. Exploring the furthest of reaches of Nashville’s melody scene, blazing fresh trails in its wake, the movie follows the twists and turns, triumphs and follies of all 29 days as Thelma & the Sleaze bring their raw rock 'n' roll fury through DIY spaces, art galleries, laundromats, screen printing shops, record stores, clothing shops, candy factories, roller rinks and even a McDonald’s.
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Description: This documentary takes viewers into the true globe of the Behavioral Science Unit of the FBI and the work they conduct to solve crimes, including interviews with agents about serial assassins and how it relates to the movie "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991).
Description: The movie is a real-crime documentary following the Scott family in their find to search their daughter, who went missing around the zone of the "Highway of Tears" in Canada in 2011.
Description: Hom Chhorn has a young family and a comfortable life in suburban Melbourne, yet remains wracked by childhood memories of the atrocities he witnessed as a boy. At age 6, he was imprisoned at a remote website in rural Cambodia. There are no records of the labour camp where Hom bore witness to a everyday succession of cruelty, starvation, illness and cold blooded executions. After 33 years, Hom returns to his former homeland to shed light on Camp 32. Hom crisscrosses the country searching for survivors and leads. Frustrated and no closer to finding Camp 32, he flags a taxi to take him to his father and brother's memorial stone. What happens next will change Hom's life forever.
Description: "Dracula - The real storyline of the vampire" - Reveals how the vampire myth came into being, when the first "vampire epidemic" broke out, and why Count Dracula has since conquered the world.
Description: A short pamphlet based on a text by Peter Weiss and on the contrapuntal test of the relation between photo and sound. The commercial activities and fantasies linked to tourism in Sweden are contradicted by the geopolitics of capitalist imperialism, in particular with the fight in Vietnam.
Description: Moroni Benally is running for the presidency of the Navajo Nation, the biggest Native American nation in the U.S. Young, gay, Mormon, and highly educated, he sets out to confront the political establishment in a homecoming that challenges what he both imagined home, and himself, to be.
Description: As the air at a football match in the Brazilian town of Salgueiro sizzles from the summer sun, so too does an intense heat blast over the radio waves – the strong alliterations and metaphors of the remarkable Fire Mouth, a seasoned commentator who truly brings the minigame alive.
Description: He was very satisfied in basic school, until he was moved to that boys-only school. Through his school memories, the son of the Argentinean painter Alicia Boffi, gives us other look over the paintings of his mother and the discovery of his zone out of the picture.
Description: The movie consists of two primary components: the melody of Charles Ives, 'The unanswered question', from 1907, and a letter written by an old girl who has lost her memory. Between these two elements, which are often repeated, a storyline like an abyss is built, in which notification is progressively reduced. The words become music, the melody becomes a rustle, the rustle turns into silence.
Description: The Name of the Minigame is a feature-length documentary about the squad up between the legendary arcade minigame designer, Eugene Jarvis, and the Finnish minigame developer, Housemarque. The end effect of the collaboration was the critically acclaimed PS4/PC game Nex Machina. The movie gives the audience an unprecedented access to the unpredictable and plain crazy globe of making a video minigame – uncensored.
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Edited from more than 200 hours of footage, "The Goal Shoots First" is a young production manager's chronicle of his two-year stint at Columbia House. Its technical merits and fabulous sense of humor earned it both the critics prize and the audience prize at the newest South by Southwest Movie Festival in Austin. The audience at the Aurora Picture Present in Houston (where I saw it tonight) was equally enthusiastic. The storyline starts in 1992, when Columbia House hires newest college graduate Christopher Wilcha as a marketing assistant. He brings his Hi8 to work each day to distance himself from the reality of the job, which turns out to be boring and hilariously out of touch with the famous melody scene. As his amount of responsibility increases, he supports design a new, more clever catalogue for the burgeoning alternative rock subculture. Readers love the fresh catalogue, and their letters of praise are encouraging for a while, but Chris's subversive attempts fail when the company manipulates them to suit its agenda. One of the pleasant surprises of Chris's approach is that while he's clearly disgusted with the corporate process at Columbia House, he retains a compassionate attitude toward his coworkers. The emergent tone is one of contemplative frustration with how the company siphons the individual constructive energy of its employees to further its own, less admirable goals. Interesting note: I used to receive the alternative catalogue in the mail, and I never expected to meet the guy responsible for it (six years later, in Houston).
Documentaries do not usually draw large crowds. But when I saw the movie at the Rotterdam Filmfestival it was a full house. And justly so!A very interesting - almost shocking - and hilariously funny insight into US email order CD shops. Shocking because you receive to learn about corporate intruige. Shocking because the head of marketing does not even know what she is selling.Remember Columbia/Warner is the largest reseller in the US! And frightening because these corporations are quick taking over Europe.And amidst all this, one lone fighter for the independent spirit wars himself out of the corporate noose to create this absolutely delicious documentary.Never condescending towards his colleagues. With tongue in cheek and without surplus commentary (remember you are almost watching a home movie) the movie maker won my respect and my heart. The posing for a 'picture with the rich and popular David Haselhoff' had me and my mates in stitches. I wonder where Chris Rocha go next?
Chris Wilcha has made a tiny home film with, it seems, deceit and bitterness as his guides. He paints a bunch of specialists who are minding their own business, trying to receive their jobs done the greatest they can, as a bunch of morons. The unintended effect is the depiction of Wilcha's insecurities, jealousy, and general sour grapes. What he doesn't understand is that not everyone in the corporate globe is a sell-out, and not everyone who can't create a living is a noble artist. Is it really possible that besides Wilcha's boss Rick Hunt (the only nice guy in the entire movie), no one at the company has both a brain AND a heart? Columbia House allowed Wilcha to aim his camera at the company each day, so it seems to me that they had nothing to hide. Wilcha obviously does, but wasn't successful.
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