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Description: Uses over 30 movie clips and interviews about the tough guys and the femme fatales to illustrate the aspects of the movie noir genre. Jeffrey Wells discusses Large Sleep, The (1946), Ο άρχων του τρόμου (1958), Kiss Me Deadly (1955), D.O.A. (1950), Out of the Past (1947), Vs All Odds, Laura (1944), and Kiss of Death (1947). Movie noir is Hollywood's truly original vision of the shadowy, smoky underworld populated by pretty dames and the regular Joes who fell for them. In movies from the early 1940s to the show day, they entertain us with intrigue, conflict, and lust.
Description: This movie is a playful depiction of the festivities around the performance If All Trains of the Globe by Alex Mlynárčik on June 12, 1971. Deň radosti shows Hanák using the 'inter-genre' style of documentary which made his detail movie Obrazy stareho sveta (1971) a masterpiece. Still photography, live action, interviews, old etchings and archive footage of old train adventures are skilfully blended to make a sympathetic and humorous portrait of the romance of an old steam train and the joy of artists and the general public in participating in this children's minigame for adults. Once again, the avant-garde is imaginatively used to eulogise over traditional values and the past. Deň radosti is necessary not just for the considerable pleasure it brings; it is the first of a series of movies in which artists test movie to document happenings. (http://www.ce-review.org/kinoeye/kinoeye3old.html)
Description: A picture of politicians under pressure, shot during the 1966 elections in Britain. The camera goes to meetings up and down the land, with an eye on mad audience excitement. The result, dramatically and cogently edited, suggests the heat, rather than the light of a campaign. It is crammed with offbeat observation and fascinating sidelights on the techniques of leading politicians in combating commotion
Description: Imagine beach scenes so lifelike you'll swear you can smell tanning oil and feel the soothing breeze off the ocean. HD Moods: Beaches details few various live beach scenes from around the globe, from warm and sunny Mexico to the majestic grandeur of the Oregon Coast. Relax and play a non-invasive form of entertainment that is excellent for winding down, cocktail parties, or just showing off that superior photo that a Bluray user coupled to a hi def flat screen TV can produce.
Description: "A movie about musicologists who can’t dance, nonetheless dancing in, and (not) talking about, a landscape they cannot see, not because they are blind, but because they; like Neville Chamberlain – whose grimly baffling lack of insight they bring to mind: are entirely out of touch with both the ontology and epistemology of the harsh South African reality they waltz in and out of."
Description: A fast-paced collage of Ontario life. Highlights contain a rollercoaster ride, a hair-raising speedboat skim along Ottawa's Rideau Canal, a downhill ski run through the trees on a Thunder Bay trail, and the sleek beauty of a tiny fleet of ice boats whistling over a gleaming lake.
Description: Documentary exploring one of Japan's largest train crashes in modern history, caused when a driver tried to catch up with a delay of just 80 seconds. It's a cautionary tale of what happens when punctuality, protocol and efficiency are taken to the extreme. On Monday April 25th 2005, a West Japan Railway commuter train ruined into an apartment building and killed 107 people. Just what pressures made the driver risk so much for such a minimal delay? Piecing together private accounts of those affected by the train crash, with insights from experts and former train drivers, the movie poses a question for a society that equates speed with progress. It offers a fascinating insight into the railway's role in Japan's post-war economic boom and the dangers of corner-cutting in the prolonged economic stagnation that followed. Through the lens of this catastrophic train crash, Brakeless considers the ultimate cost efficiency.
Description: 'HeartChild' is a documentary movie about the 28 year Crys Worley, who is the mother of a nine year old autistic child, Sasha. It is a remarkable storyline about a mother's struggles, not only with her own health, but the well being of her son. Committing to Sasha that she will never give up on him and inspired by the challenges parents of autistic kids face, she started a non-profit organization, named A.Skate - Autism. Skating with Children through Acceptance, Therapy, and Education. This movie documents her extraordinary story.
Description: El Pueblo Del Sol captures not only the visual delights of Mexico today, but also grasps the day-to-day life of a folks in a land filled with future promise. One is mesmerized by rich photos of such natural beauties as the Isla Contoy in the Caribbean, Copper Canyon in the Chihuahua Sierra, the Paricutin Volcano, and Ensenada's Bay. Short IMAX documentary.
Description: A behind the scenes look at the making of the film M*A*S*H. The documentary reveals all of the chaos, politics, and conflict that was going on behind the scenes during production of the film through fresh interviews done with director Robert Altman as well as Richard Zanuck, who was head of production for 20th Century Fox at the time, and others.
Description: This documentary shows efforts by Canadian wildlife professionals to preserve and nurture the monsters that remain in our wilderness areas, species such as the whooping crane, prairie falcons, bighorn sheep, bison, polar bears and grizzlies.
Description: Punk activist collective Positive Force emerged in 1985, rising from the ashes of Revolution Summer. This feature-length movie by Robin Bell skillfully mixes rare archival footage (including electrifying live performances from Fugazi, Bikini Kill, Nation of Ulysses, Anti-Flag, and more) with fresh interviews with key PF activists like co-founder Tag Andersen and supporters such as Ian MacKaye, Ted Leo, and Riot Grrrl co-founder Allison Wolfe. Covering a span of 25 years, More Than A Witness documents PF's Reagan-era origins, the creation of its communal house, FBI harassment, and the rise of a vibrant underground that explode into the mainstream amidst controversy over both the means and the ends of the movement. In the greatest punk fashion, PF volunteers have applied constructive DIY strategies and radical critiques to problems of homelessness, racism, corporate globalization, sexism, and fight while struggling to constructively address conflicting dynamics and visions within the group itself.
Description: Take a front seat ride and experience what it takes to create a first ascent on one of the world's largest alpine faces in 2011. The movie joins top British alpinists Jon Bracey and Matt Helliker as they honor their late mate Jules Cartwright by following his original vision of making a stunning and formidable fresh line on Mt Hunter's wonderful north buttress; The Moonflower. Climbing the steepest and coldest section of the buttress; marvel at the dogged determination of the globe class climbers as they approach exhaustion in an effort to finished the line before the increasingly freezing conditions irrevocably turn vs them. The fruits of their efforts effect in 'The Cartwright Connection' Ca 6000ft, Alaskan grade 6 (M6, AI6, 5.8, A2).
Description: James Castrission and Justin Jones, dare to not only tackle the perilous adventure across Antarctica to the South Pole and return, but to do it fully unassisted – no sled dogs, no wind kites, just two boys dragging their food, their shelter and themselves across 1140 kilometres of barren ice. And back again. As they war frostbite, hypothermia, crevasses and starvation over three months of torture in the harshest zone on Earth, Cas and Jonesy explore their limits, the nature of sportsmanship and the boundaries of the human spirit.
Description: In the spring of 1985, Sports Illustrated profiled the recent prospect of the Fresh York Mets farm system: Sidd Finch, a Harvard dropout who spoke 10 languages, played the French horn, wore one hiking boot … and threw 168 mph. If it sounds too nice to be true, that’s because it was. Finch was an elaborate hoax constructed by the late George Plimpton for SI’s April 1 issue. Unhittable brings back all of the folks who made this hoax possible, including Joe Berton, the bespectacled middle school teacher who truly brought Sidd to life.
Description: The heroes, heroines and villains of Bollywood cinema act out their parts in the hand-painted, one-of-a-kind film posters that Sheikh Rehman still makes for an old Hindi film palace in Mumbai. But modernity is taking over and the audiences that have come in for generations for refuge and entertainment are dwindling. With the theatre facing potential demolition, marketing has turned to more plastic film posters to lure in more people, replacing the need for Rehman’s original work. But Rehman is still king and master over his workshop, ignoring the theatre managers’ instructions and bossing around his assistants so that he can paint the excellent film scene.
Description: Donte Clark's poetic voice was honed on the violent road corners of a struggling city. Yet rather than succumb to the pressures of Richmond, CA, Clark uses his artistic perspective to support save his town from itself.
Description: The storyline of a major art collection of the Louis-Dreyfus family to be sold to make an endowment for education of African American children in the Harlem Children's Zone. It is the storyline of actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus discovering how her father William's passions for art, justice and education connect in a single act of generosity.
Description: The adventure of 12 folks who share the common bond of losing 100 pounds on average and then embarking on one of the largest challenges of their lives - the 200 mile mega distance Ragnar Relay Race.
Description: Under the Rubble is the filmmakers’ harrowing attempt to say the true storyline behind the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon as it took zone in Beirut—a traumatizing experience for the town and its people. This moving and informative documentary won the Unique Jury Award at the Valencia Movie Festival.
Description: “The High Price of Freedom – PFC Harold B. McCarn” is a chronicle of a young boy who fought and died, his final resting zone Henri Chapelle cemetery, in Belgium, on the continent of Europe where he drew his last breath. Harold’s storyline is emotional and gripping, and is emblematic of so many another brave Americans who gave their life in Globe Fight II. The sacrifice of troops like Harold could never be forgotten. This film, written and produced by Harold’s family without Hollywood actors, preserves that history so that future generations will never forget the sacrifices of that generation.
Description: February 2013, Allahabad, India. Over the next 55 days, nearly a hundred million folks will come here, to the Nice Kumbh Mela. This wonderful and awe-inspiring celebration of the world's oldest religion happens each 12 years at the zone where Hindus trust two sacred rivers meet. For many Hindus this is their most necessary pilgrimage, and it happens at one of the most holy websites in India. Hindus come to cleanse themselves in the sacred waters of the river Ganges, to pray and emerge purified and renewed. This follows British pilgrims as they embark on a once-in-a-lifetime spiritual journey. A adventure that will take them into the heart of Hinduism - its philosophy, its beliefs and its traditions. A adventure that will culminate in the biggest ever gathering of humans in one place.
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I had the pleasure of attending the globe premiere of "The White Stripes: Under Nice White Northern Lights" last night at the Toronto International Movie Festival, and it was a wonderful event. The guests of honour included Jack White, Meg White, and Director Emmett Malloy, who watched the movie alongside their fanatics (which made it difficult to concentrate on the film, I might add). Malloy's pretty movie takes the audience on a adventure with the White Stripes as they finished their 2007 Canadian-wide melody tour that included at least one stop in each province and zone in Canada. The movie pays unique attention to Jack and Meg's popular gratis side-shows that occurred in a wide tons of wonderful settings, from a town bus in Winnipeg to the Arva Flour Mill outside London. Audiences are treated to intimate back-stage interviews with the band, comedic interactions between Jack, Meg, and their fans, and never-before-seen coverage of some of the most action-packed, breathlessly nice concerts ever to come to Canada.Malloy seems to have had a knack of everytime being there with a camera at the exact right second, as stage after stage reveals the most beautiful, emotional, exciting, and downright bad-ass moments of the White Stripes ever caught on film. Fanatics will have a new-found appreciation for the White Stripes, as the passion and enthusiasm that Jack and Meg convey throughout the movie are impossible to miss.While this is an perfect choice for fanatics of the band, especially for those who were lucky enough to attend one of their concerts or shows, the movie may be poorly received by others who do not have a full appreciation for Jack and Meg. But if you ARE a fan, receive ready for the most electrifying, moving movie of your life- you won't regret it.III
Im a large white stripes fanatic and sat through this whole movie with a large smile on my face! It was simply an nice experience, the moments captured in this documentary are priceless along with the the many unusual and interesting setting and venues that they played! Strong live versions of the songs, nice moments with Jack and Meg that create you love them both even more! I should hardly sit still during this film, due to the many wonderful songs being played in versions that create them even better than the recorded ones. The camera work, the editing, the test of black and white and another filters, all made this an absolute joy to watch. Jack & Meg, you are such cool cats! =) I walked away from this movie feeling inspired and uplifted!
"Under Nice White Northern Lights" is half concert film, half behind the scenes look at one of the nice American bands of the modern era, The White Stripes. After failing to truly tour Canada throughout the majority of their 10 year existence as a band, the Stripes decided to go all out with a tour that saw them enjoy in each single Canadian province. As part of their fun, they brought along melody video director Emmett Malloy to movie the experience and give the fanatics a glance behind the curtain.Let me lvl with you by telling I'm a White Stripes disciple. What front boy Jack White does with each album, each song, each line, I consider to be finished genius. He is perhaps the most talented boy in the globe right now, a guy who is sickeningly nice at cute much everything he puts his mind to. Anytime I see an expose on Jack, I come away thinking that whatever talent of his that he considers to be the 38th greatest thing that he does, would be better than my number one greatest skill. So I am far from unbiased when I tell that "UGWNL" is an outstanding example of what a concert film/band documentary should and could be. Malloy gives us an insight into the minds of the Jack and Meg without giving them too much leeway to present the negative side of artistry. At the same time, he gives us snippets of present footage without letting the entire thing turn into a glorified recorded concert. It's a brilliant mix that keeps the audience zoned in on what's event while showing off just how unique this band really is. Malloy also chooses the songs he uses very carefully without relying on the band's more well-known hits and thereby displays the versatility and diversity of the Stripes.Jack and Meg, meanwhile, keep up their part of the bargain by delivering in each single scene, be it concert or interview segment. The raw energy and intensity they bring to the scene is matched only in the method they (Jack especially) think and work on their sound off of it. Everything about the Stripes is a paradox of sorts. They take the scene without a set list yet place more thought into what they will enjoy than just about any another band. Their sound is often raw and sometimes unrefined and yet at the same time it is so much more advanced than what you receive from most rock artists. Everything about the band is both complex and easy all at once and that same dynamic works in the off scene dynamic between Jack and Meg, a relationship that "UGWNL" so graciously gives us a glimpse of. This is a must-see for any Stripes fanatic and a should-see for anyone who wants to better understand the mind of a genius.The Soap Box Office: www.thesoapboxoffice.blogspot.com
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