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Description: In the final months of Globe Fight II, American units discovered a top-secret facility in Germany with an advanced batwing-shaped jet fighter. If Nazi engineers had had more time, would this jet have ultimately changed the outcome of the war? In this National Geographic documentary they rebuild a jet discovered in a top-secret German facility during the final months of Globe Fight II - the Horten 229.
Description: Everyone has ideas. But what where do they come from? And what ensures they hold coming? How do you sort the genius concepts from the useless ones? Why invest all this hope and energy into making things in the first place? From Nothing, Something profiles constructive thinkers across a tons of disciplines and finds common methods, habits, mindsets and neuroses that support bring breakthrough concepts into being. This is a thoughtful, intimate, often funny look at the constructive process—straight from the brains of some of our culture's most accomplished and inspiring talents.
Description: A documentary that explores the life styles of different otakus in Japan. Different interviews are given to chosen otakus who express how interesting it is to be an otaku as oppose to not being one at all. Along with different shots of different Japanese town landscapes and the inside of an average otaku home from rooms filled with videos, models, and the recent in technology.
Description: The Movie "Kinshasa Symphony" shows how folks living in one of the most chaotic towns in the globe have managed to forge one of the most complex systems of human cooperation ever invented: a symphony orchestra. It is a movie about the Congo, about the folks of Kinshasa and about music.
Description: An industrial movie which shows the operations inside the Philips Radio plant: In a mêlée of activity, glassblowers create delicate glass bulbs. Machinery assists the bulb manufacture. A virtuoso glassblower starts a more complex tube used in radio broadcasting; it is then turned, fired, and sculpted. Conveyors carry partially finished units. Workers perform their different specific assembly-line tasks. Situations are manufactured and machined, wire harnesses are assembled, loudspeakers are produced. As radios near completion, they are run through a series of tests. Engineers and draughtsmen define future developments. In a closing stop-motion sequence, in a style reminiscent of Norman McLaren, a group of loudspeakers performs a playful dance. The movie overall is a poetic depiction of an industrial process.
Description: A German documentary studying ideas of hell developed over time in Christianity, Judaism and Islam, often overlapping -but not in Catholicism- with purgatory. Unique attention goes to 'physical' ways of torture in the afterlife, as in Dante's Inferno. Their inspiration stems partially from judicial torments, as used during the Inquisition to redeem 'Satanic' sinners, from witches and heretics to mere gay people. Also treated is hell's theological and 'educational' meaning.
Description: War Sounds is a documentary project about Hip-Hop DJ's, primarily those that participated in competitive wars soon to be known as Turntablists. Shot over a period of three years, ending in 1997, the project captured the grass root movement efforts of DJ culture at a pivotal moment in it’s evolution.
Description: Piotr Tymochowicz, media advisor to some of Poland's top politicians, claims that anybody can be molded into a charismatic leader. To prove it he's looking for a greenhorn that can be turned into a candidate. A call is place out for would-be participants, and hundreds apply. A tiny group is chosen and under go training. Polish master Marcel Lozinksi followed Tymochowicz and this project for three years, and this beautifully shot and edited work paints a compelling portrait of cynical (and quite familiar) demagogy and populism in action.
Description: As fresh parents can attest, kids develop so much in the first year of their life it's difficult to hold up. From the moment they draw their initial breath - itself an incredibly complicated biological feat - to their first steps, it's a year of remarkable development. In The Science of Babies, Nat Geo explores the nice biomechanical benchmarks achieved in the first 12 months of human life. Using CGI, fMRI and another tools, viewers can watch as a baby's lungs draw breath for the first time, and can witness the heart grow exponentially in order to power this wonderful developing creature. Perhaps even more fascinating is the manner in which the neurosynapses develop, creating the essence of what will become a fresh personality and intellect. This movie explores the nice mechanics behind the initial milestones in a human infant's life, and even compares them to babies of another species.
Description: Romuald Karmakar directs the actor Manfred Zapatka in performing the three-and-a-half hour speech originally declaimed before ninety-two SS generals by Heinrich Himmler on the 4th of October, 1943 in the Golden Hall of the Posen Palace.
Description: Kiss (1963) is an experimental movie directed by Andy Warhol, which runs 50 mins and details different couples -- boy and woman, girl and woman, boy and boy -- kissing for 3½ mins each. The movie details Naomi Levine, Gerard Malanga, Rufus Collins, and Ed Sanders. Kiss was followed by Eat (1963), Sleep (1963), and Blow Job (1964). This was one of the first movies Warhol made at The Factory in Fresh York City.
Description: This morbid, unusual, and critically acclaimed documentary was filmed in the most exotic territories all over the world. Of the Dead (Des Morts) deals with death, the later dead, and the living they leave behind. Our senses are shown no mercy as we witness the brutal execution of a Philippine Guerrilla. We are literally taken inside a cremation chamber while a human body melts and finally crumbles into nothingness. We witness-first hand- doctors trying to save a victim of multiple stab wounds, all close up, in graphic feature leaving nothing to the imagination. For those who think they have seen it all, Of the Dead, dares to be seen.
Description: An Amtrak train pulls out of Penn Station in Fresh York Town on a cold, sunny February morning. The train moves forward as the landscape changes—the East Coast giving method to the Midwest. Passengers fill their roles, the snow starts to fall and the next train station is announced, all while the light continues shifting, bouncing, swelling and slouching into eventual darkness.
Description: Exploring the life and impact of the best spiritual and legal philosopher in Islamic history, this movie examines Ghazali's existential crisis of faith that arose from his rejection of religious dogmatism, and reveals profound parallels with our own times. Ghazali became known as the Proof of Islam and his path of love and spiritual excellence overcame the pitfalls of the organised religion of his day. His path was largely abandoned by early 20th century Muslim reformers for the more strident and less tolerant school of Ibn Taymiyya. Combining drama with documentary, this movie argues that Ghazali's Islam is the antidote for today's terror.
Description: With Reconversão (Reconversion), Thom Andersen opens other fascinating chapter of his ongoing investigation of architectural landscapes, their filmic representation, and their relation to history, by focusing on 17 buildings and projects by the often-controversial Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura—winner of the 2011 Pritzker Prize. Echoing Dziga Vertov’s ideas and Eadweard Muybridge’s techniques (shooting only one or two frames per second), Andersen masterfully brings forward what makes Souto de Moura an original: the incorporation of the passing of time into architectural designs, positing them within a history fraught with class struggle and societal changes, in a continuum with ruins—from which they may originate, and to which they will return—and with nature—which they frame, and by which they are framed.
Description: After Mobutu, Lord of Zaire and Congo River, the Belgian director Thierry Michel pursues his exploration of Central Africa. His fresh documentary, entitled Katanga Business, is a type of political economic thriller, which takes zone in this south-eastern province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, one of the world’s richest regions in mining resources. While the inhabitants of Katanga continue to live in extreme poverty, multinationals are rivalled by China, newly arrived with its billions of dollars.
Description: In 1940, the Kilgore College Rangerettes became the first dancing drill squad in the nation. They have been performing at half-time shows during college football minigames ever since.
Description: The printing press was the world's first mass-production machine. Its invention in the 1450s changed the globe as dramatically as splitting the atom or sending boys into space, sparking a cultural revolution which shaped the modern age.
Description: A GIRL LIKE HER is the true storyline of 'sex and the single girl'. It reveals the hidden history of over a million young girls who became pregnant in the 1950s and 60s and were banished to maternity homes to give birth and surrender their babies for adoption. They were said to hold their secret, transport on and forget. But, does a girl forget her child? Hear what they have to tell actually about the long-term impact of surrender and silence on their lives.
Description: A hysterical documentary which uses footage of Ed Wood's film to say the storyline of his life. It may not be a deep analysis, but shows distinctly how Ed's life strongly influenced his own films.
Description: Recorded on October 27, 1966, less than two months before his death, Walt Disney made a 25-minute movie about his plans for the Florida Project, then dubbed "Disney World". In the film, Walt himself explains briefly how the Florida property will be utilized and how his EPCOT idea will work with the another aspects of Disney World. Disney made this movie primarily to persuade and encourage American industry and different corporations to opt in and support Walt Disney Productions in the creation and running of EPCOT. Disney also encouraged the industrial companies to come up with their greatest concepts in technology, so that those concepts should be continuously demonstrated in the city. - from Wikipedia
Description: After finally achieving his childhood dream, being one of the top professional wrestlers in the world, Nigel McGuinness painfully travels the globe for one last tour, battling to understand his zone in the business he spent his life pursuing, after his career was slash mysteriously short.
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Loved it when 'You Don't Own Me' closed out the final stage of The First Wives' Club and tremendously satisfied to hear it launch this homage to our tentative, first, first approach to the critical mass finally, finally breaking through the barriers of sexism. My method - I'd have thousand of sound trucks blasting it through the roads of each bastion of sexism from London and Paris to Shanghai and Beijing and have each radio and TV station in America launch their morning news with it, with the caption, 'This is who we are, this is America. Celebrate who you are - native born or emigrant.'Personally, 'You Don't Own Me' came out just as I was becoming a teenager and reflected the attitudes I encountered among many of my female classmates, much to my pleasure. My interest was in women with a powerful sense of their individual identities who knew what, and whom, they liked.All that had fizzled by 1972 when everybody ran screaming back to Fifties; I've been waiting ever since for Feminism to re-ignite. Which it has been, slowly, individual by individual, from the grass roots spreading over two generations, to that critical mass. Which is what this present documents.The present itself is simply a number of girls talking about their experiences, about supporting to make that critical mass by being themselves and refusing to knuckle under, learning all the method and keeping their eyes on the prize and celebrating the icons who have preceded them. A plenitude in the West and America in particular, since well before the Revolution.The cumulative result of their stories makes me trust that we may finally be reaching that critical mass and I highly suggest spending an hour listening to them.
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