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Description: This detail documentary about education explores the mid-century state of learning in the classrooms of North America. Fresh approaches to learning and the emerging technologies that facilitate them are explored, including the fresh roles of the computer, tape recorder and television. Directed by Quebec cinema giant Claude Jutra (Mon Oncle Antoine), the movie was produced with the collaboration of researchers studying all forms of education, from infancy to adulthood.
Description: This detail documentary takes a look at how the Halifax/Dartmouth community in Nova Scotia was stimulated by a week-long session held by a panel of professionals from various fields who met with members of this urban community to consider the future of the zone and the responsibility of the citizens and government in planning the future.
Description: Based on her book, this Globe Premiere movie follows Simone Biles through the sacrifices and difficult work that led her to victory 19 Olympic and Globe Championship medals.
Description: Elvis thought of himself as just a country boy, and maybe it was that innocent quality combined with a wonderful energy lvl that made him so special. From his first recordings on the Sun record label, folks recognized that this is what legends are made of. In his private appearances, all his magic was fulfilled. Elvis had moves on scene that were special to him alone. The wonderful success Elvis achieved in his chart breaking record career and his followup private appearance tours were just the hint of the iceberg. Hollywood beckoned, and stardom was immediate. Lines of admirers wrapped themselves around the block waiting to receive into the local film house just to see him, and in this retrospective, we look at these "Elvis starring vehicles" and instantly know why. This special tool encompasses all phases of this remarkable entertainer. You will see rare footage, movie clips, stills, and notification that will delight each trivia lover.
Description: On October 12, 1956, 53 surveyors and 1,300 armed police rushed the gathered union and Zen Gaku Ren (the All Japan Federation of Self-Governing Students Associations) members who then formed a scrum to protect themselves. 278 folks from both sides were injured. On the 13th, at the protest’s peak, 5,000 workers and Zen Gaku Ren members had been mobilized when the police attacked the demonstrators’ picket lines. 844 protesters and 80 police were injured. Public opinion erupted vs the the violence of the armed police and the government’s lack of a policy, and on the 14th, the radio suddenly announced that the government would stop its survey. Sunagawa overflowed with joy and excitement, and a win demo was held. On the 15th, a National People’s Rally was held to celebrate the win of Sunagawa’s war vs the base, and protesters who had sustained grave injuries came from the hospital to address the meeting.
Description: A celebration and collage of lesbians, including footage of the Women's International Day march in SF and joyous dancing from the last night of the second Lesbian Symposium where Family of Girl played; as well as photos of girls doing all types of traditional "men's" work.
Description: Description by Ken Jacobs: Receive Up and Go is a glimpse given dimension. No day is finished without a visit to Chinatown and on this day my film camera caught a girl rising from a bench. That’s all (the obvious influence is James Joyce's Ulysses). Malcolm Goldstein’s violin takes us to the edge.
Description: Description by Ken Jacobs: A Spin Through Night Town gets many visual elements spinning. Only daughter Nisi working at our pc knows how hard it is to receive both foreground—rain on the cab window—and background -the town streets—in focus at the same time. The picture we see is deep but the pictorial source remains a single plane.
Description: Following his four-month sabbatical in Cambodia, we search Johnny broke and couch-surfing in Brooklyn, musing on his experience in the Far East, where he gambled away almost all of his cash and found himself stranded in Phnom Penh, forced to claim destitution at the U.S. Embassy, with suicidal visions of leaping off of a bridge into the Mekong River. NOTES FROM THE DUMPSTER is the continuing saga of this oddball's journey.
Description: It's a portrait of my mate Renate, who was born in Berlin and spent her early childhood testing in the rubble after WW2. She says stories and recites entries from her diary in both English and German, evoking history, trauma and lost loves. Shot in long verite-like takes, in Super 8 sound, with few color hand processed scenes.
Description: Description by Ken Jacobs: Shelley Duvall is Olive Oyl is the fourth in a series of shorts (Popeye Sees 3D; Pappy Sees 3D, Too; Sweepea’s Favourite Eternalisms. We’re crazy about both the original Popeye and the Robert Altman movie but the mission in evoking the one-eyed sailor was to bring attention to single-eye depth perception. The Eternalism is my name for moving screen-images that not only appear in depth on 2D monitors but can continue in zone with no begin and no repeat mission forever, defying time as we know it but also with their impossible depths accessible to even a single eye. Time’n’space time’n’space, transformed by cinema! The unthinkable accessible as the fresh electronic greeting card.
Description: At a moment in time, when humanity is obsessed with meal - photographing each dish, worshipping cooks and flaunting trophy meals on social media, this documentary goes under the surface and offers an in-depth, honest and relevant view into the globe and each day of Michelin chefs and restaurants. Saying tales from a grand menu of culinary temples as well as digging into the greatness and flaws of Tutorial Michelin in this golden age of gastronomy. Because we share a nice love for the industry that also contains a realistic understanding of things behind the picturesque scenes of the--perhaps--greatest, most constructive and dynamic industry in the world.
Description: Description by Ken Jacobs: Along the Elevated is an expanse of town architecture in delightful depth (depth is not only what things exist in, its ins and outs speak to us). We follow a speedy lunch wagon (fast food) until it turns in other direction. With such near-nothing incidents do I hold my mind off this wicked presidency.
Description: For the members of the student fraternity "Corps Germania" it is a living democracy and a school for life - for outsiders, it is a claustrophobic, hierarchical microcosm with strict guidelines and strange rituals. What are these young boys searching for?
Description: Paulistas and Soledade are two rural regions located in the state of Goiás. In the early nineties the rural exodus was intensified with the expansion of monoculture farming and exploitation of water resources. Since 2014, there is no more young folks living in the region. It's July, holiday time. Time when the kids visit their parents.
Description: A wily 87-year-old Fresh Yorker, Judith Godwin is one of very several girls of the Abstract Expressionist Movement. A constructive awakening in college led her to produce the brilliant, gestural paintings for which she is renowned.
Description: When most folks hear the name Elvis Presley they instantly think of either the swivel-hipped rock 'n' roller of the 1950s or the jump-suited dynamo of the Las Vegas years but Elvis Presley was far more than just the Lord of Rock 'n' Roll; he was a full-fledged film star who did more than 30 movies in his long career, every one of them a box office success. He was also the first star in history to create over one million dollars a movie, and even saved an whole studio from bankruptcy with one film. We will everytime remember Elvis the rebellious rock superstar, but we gotta also remember Elvis the Hollywood megastar, who continues to entertain his legions of fanatics to this day with his movie roles. Elvis at the Films is a look back at the man, the star, and the movies that made Elvis Presley one of the largest names in film history.
Description: Band of Bearded Brothers is narrated by former Red Sox first baseman and 2004 Globe Series winner Kevin Millar. With exclusive, behind another scenes footage and never-before-seen highlights, the movie showcases how the 2013 Boston Red Sox overcame adversities and developed into a personality-driven, resilient team. This 81-minute movie - produced by Major League Baseball Productions in association with NESN, the official network of the Boston Red Sox - provides untold stories that formed this team's special identity and helped restore the faith of Red Sox Nation.
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