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Description: The Glorious Storyline of Castles Carriers of myths and legends, castles strongly tag our imaginations, appearing most often as the pivot of a dark and barbaric period. Reality is different. They are full of mystery and grandeur, emblematic abstractions of the Middle Ages, they testify to medieval civilization.
Description: This three-channel video installation by James Benning shows three scenes from David Wark Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation (1915). The two-minute-long screen arrangement of imperceptibly moving photos alludes to the beginning of racism. The three screens every present a solider in the American Civil War, black slaves picking cotton in the field, and imposing KKK.
Description: Casa Loma was the unfinished dream mansion of Canadian industrial magnate Henry Pellatt. A self-made millionaire, Pellatt was derided by fellow aristocrats for nouveau-riche pretentions: the house and its décor considered by many an ornate fake. Its original contents were sold at Pellatt’s bankruptcy auction in 1924. Today the building is a museum. The film has three sections—the first in a cellar tunnel, the next in a first-story workroom near the stables, the third in the tower’s summit.
Description: Twelve years after they went to school together, six kids from Berlin with and without disabilities are interviewed on the subject of inclusion in the German school system.
Description: A walk by American writer Paul Auster’s world, his past —his family, his youth, his work—, and his present, which is the publication of his novel “4321” in January 2017, an exploration of human identity and a glimpse to the soul of Fresh York, a town that Auster has depicted as nobody has ever done.
Description: "The Worthing Station is some distance from the shore, and whenever there is a wreck the life-boat is dragged to the stage on a large truck drawn by eight horses. Our picture shows the life-boat responding to an alarm. The horses begin out from the station at a gallop, and the members of the team run beside the boat. This negative is unusually fine photographically."
Description: "An interesting picture of the nice inter-collegiate eight-oared boat race of 1899. The picture is taken from the judge's boat, and shows the begin and first part of the race."
Description: "A superb picture of the launching of the 'Oceanic,' which up to that time was the biggest vessel ever floated. The view is taken from a pier out over the water; the vessel coming stern on towards the camera and passing it by. A tremendous wave is thrown among the spectators crowded at the side of the pier, and the nice excitement prevailing is very evident in the picture."
Description: "This is the last ceremonious public appearance of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria. The picture was taken in Phoenix Park, Dublin, April 4th, 1900, and shows the Queen in an launch carriage, being cheered by thousands of people, as she passes through an arch of welcome."
Description: Vs the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-1960s, a young San Francisco Chinatown resident armed with a 16mm camera and leftover movie scraps from a local TV station, turned his lens onto his community. Totaling more than 20,000 feet of movie (10 hours), Harry Chuck's exquisite unreleased footage has captured a divided community's struggles for self-determination. Chinatown Rising is a documentary movie about the Asian-American Movement from the perspective of the young residents on the front lines of their historic neighborhood in transition. Through publicly challenging the conservative views of their elders, their demonstrations and protests of the 1960s-1980s rattled the once quiet roads during the community’s shift in power. Forty-five years later, in intimate interviews these activists recall their roles and experiences in response to the need for social change.
Description: This movie documents the adventure of actress Jane Fonda and her husband – future California state senator Tom Hayden – through North and South Viet Nam in 1974. They travel from villages to cities talking with ordinary Vietnamese about their lives and the results of the fight on their lives, families, and communities.
Description: Close shot of 4.7" naval gun pointing to the left with group of British naval ratings standing around it. The gun fires and the boys run up to reload, the start to pull the gun forward.
Description: Ambulances and British units crossing the Tugela River over the pontoon bridge near Trichardt's Drift, during the British retreat from Spion Kop in the Boer War, 25 January 1900.
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Description: Haydee has been fighting for justice for the victims of Human Rights violations for actually 40 years, but today she faces her most intimate battle: the end of a long trial that condemns her torturers, the murderers of the son she carried in her womb.
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The Warriors: The Beginning (2005) *** 1/2 (out of 4)This here is an exceptionally entertaining look at the making of Walter Hill's THE WARRIORS, which clocks in at a total of 62-minutes and is broken into four various parts: The Beginning, Battleground, The Method Home and The Phenomenon. THE BEGINNING talks about, as you'd guess, the begin of the production as the concept for the film took off after one of the producers came across the book. From here we receive into the territories being picked as well as the cast coming on board. BATTLEGROUND takes a closer look at the filming of the film and we receive a lot more technical background including the cinematography. THE WAY HOME takes a look at the costumes, the sets and different plot features about the gang trying to create it back home. Finally, THE PHENOMENON goes over the end of filming, the editing and the effects at the box office.If you're a fanatic of THE WARRIORS then you're going to really play this documentary, which covers each aspect of the production and has interviews with most of the main cast members, the producers, editors and of course Hill himself. There are a lot of nice stories said about the production of the film and we also receive to see an alternate opening sequence. The cast members say some very nice stories about their memories of the movie as well as their thoughts on the fact that the movie has still got a large following.
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