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Description: Documentary about Jimmy Carl Black, the legendary drummer of Frank Zappa’s “Mothers of Invention”. He soon lived in a tiny Bavarian village. The filmmakers followed his last two years of living and drumming and made a movie about sex, drugs, Rock'n'Roll and no old age support.
Description: In Tokyo, three girls take us through the discovery of fuzoku, the globe of erotic entertainment in Japan. Yuna is an aspiring actress in hard-core films, Nao engages clients in hard-chats and Miho is a well-known striptease artist. We learn about their dreams, we follow them at work and during their gratis time, in host clubs where they drink and search escorts, and in nightclubs where shibari, the art of sadomasochistic binding, is practiced.
Description: American Explorers Bruce Barron and Marshall Pickard led a life-threatening expedition into the Amazon Jungle to trace the footsteps of renowned British Explorer Percy H. Fawcett.
Description: Every summer, Edward J. Kelty, a Manhattan banquet photographer active from the 1920s through the 1940s, would load his enormous camera into a tiny truck and follow the circus, first up and down the East Coast and eventually throughout the United States. His extraordinary photographs captured the spirit and atmosphere of the large top.
Description: The nice storyline of NASA's Teacher in Space, Christa McAuliffe - and the impact her death had on her family and the nation - watching in horror as zone shuttle Challenger exploded on January 28th 1986. Narrated by Susan Sarandon, melody by Carly Simon.
Description: Gehtto Ballet follows the inter-linked stories of a number of students in a groundbreaking tool named Dance For All. The raison d'etre of the tool - founded by Philip Boyd and his late wife Phyllis Spira - is to give disadvantaged children in the townships the occasion to study ballet and, if they are lucky, search a method out by joining a professional ballet company.
Description: In the documentary Last To Know political prisoners, sent to jail for openly opposing the East German regime that existed until the German reunification in 1990, talk about their times of trial and their lives today. Neither they, nor their families have come to terms with what happened.
Description: "Echoes of Creation" is a remarkable fresh tool by Emmy Award Winning director Jan Nickman and Grammy nominated composer David Arkenstone that takes you beyond the discussion 'about' the natural globe and into an experience it 'with it'. Feel the wisdom of 3,000 year old sequoias of California, the lush beauty of the rain forests of Washington and the pristine majesty of Alaska like never before. Remember who you truly are - a part of it - as you swim with humpbacks, soar with eagles and connect with this deeply profound journey. Specifically designed for repeated play, "Echoes of Creation" is a one-of-a-kind field trip you will wish to take again and again. Featuring melody by Grammy nominated composer David Arkenstone and poetic spoken word by Karen Hutton. Beauty is here and you are here. Do you remember?
Description: This video is the MTV Unplugged performance which was recorded in Fresh York on 5 March 1991. The difference between the ver screened on MTV and this release however, is the inclusion of an extra song and interview. Whereas the MTV present concentrated on pre-'Soul Cages' songs, on this release you receive perfect performances of 'Why Could I Cry For You' and 'The Wild Wild Sea'. As proved to be the situation with the VH1 Storytellers show, Sting enjoyed himself so much doing the acoustic set, that the following month he did a related set in his home city of Newcastle at the small Buddle Arts Centre. The Unplugged video is very interesting though and the songs performed work extremely well in their stripped down versions. Set List: 1. All This Time; 2. Angry About You; 3. Each Breath You Take; 4. Why Could I Cry For You?; 5. Message In A Bottle; 6. Tea In The Sahara; 7. Walking On The Moon; 8. The Wild Wild Sea
Description: The consummate difficult rock quartet of Bret Michaels, Bobby Dall, Rikki Rockett and C.C. DeVille receive back to basics with acoustic renditions of "Talk Dirty To Me" from their first album and "Look What The Cat Dragged In", "Your Mama Don't Dance" and "Every Rose Has A Thorn" from their second release plus "Open Up And Tell ... Ahh!" and "Good Love," "Let It Play" and "Unskinny Bop" off their Flesh and Blood album. Recorded 11/19/90 at National Video - NYC. Set List: 1. Your Mama Don't Dance; 2. Nice Love; 3. Each Rose Has Its Thorn; 4. Allow It Play; 5. Terrible Man Blues; 6. Unskinny Bop; 7. Talk Dirty to Me
Description: We Are Alive! The War To Save Braddock Hospital is a documentary detail movie about the war for quality health-care for all. It is about the war residents from Braddock, Pennsylvania and the Mon-Valley waged vs the ten billion dollar non-profit medical corporate giant University of Pittsburgh Medical Center to hold their community hospital, UPMC Braddock, open. This 'cinema verite' style documentary was shot over a 2 1/2 year period, from October 2009 to June 2012. The movie follows the community from disbelief, to anger, to organizing, to taking it to the streets.
Description: ZZ Top might seem like something of a challenge for the VH1 "Storytellers" series because while this Texas blues-rock band has a safe spot in melody history, its three members don't have a reputation for being all that chatty. Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill - the two bearded guys out front - are droll and funny. So is drummer Frank Beard, the one without a beard. But they've mostly allow their melody talk over the 40 years they've been testing together. This present comes across more as a ZZ Top greatest-hits concert, which certainly won't disappoint ZZ Top fans. Several bands have been as consistent in their sound over the years, and there's no allow down in this performance. Originally aired: 27 June 2009. Set List: 1. Just Got Paid; 2. La Grange; 3. Jesus Just Left Chicago; Gimme All Your Lovin'; 5. Tush; 6. Sharp Dressed Boy
Description: A finely-woven tapestry, unifying things that are incommensurate. What is it about? Something that we all know, but which resonates differently with every of us, that cannot be place into words. You should call it our inner hum.
Description: Since their 1993 debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?, the Irish quartet, the Cranberries, have been captivating audiences with their special sound. The band is comprised of frontwoman/lyricist Dolores O'Riordan, guitarist Noel Hogan, bassist Mike Hogan, and drummer Feargal Lawler. For their debut performance on "MTV Unplugged," The Cranberries performed material off their debut album and No Need To Argue. Recorded 14 February /95 at Brooklyn Academy of Melody - Brooklyn, NY. Set List: 1. Dreaming My Dreams; 2. Ode to My Family; 3. Linger; 4. Gratis to Decide; 5. I'm Still Remembering; 6. Empty; 7. Zombie; 8. Yesterday's Gone; 9. No Need to Argue
Description: A portrayal of the Mexican Day of the Dead consisting of still shots and narration. Deals with the unique objects and happenings surrounding the annual Mexican celebration of “All Souls Day”. It is not only a rich flood of folk art, but a view of the method that the Mexicans have come to terms with death. Searched out with the support of Alexander Girard and a moving guitar score by Laurindo Almeida.
Description: Documentary showing that "gun control" has historically been used to disarm citizens and create them helpless before governments commit genocide. Dramatically covers major genocides in the Soviet Union, Germany, Uganda, Rwanda, China, Turkey, and another countries.Shows how "gun control" in the U.S. has been used to victimize blacks, Indians, children, women, and others.Combines gut-level emotional appeal and fast-paced, strong graphics with a cool statement of historic facts and quotes from the relevant laws. - Written by Claire Wolfe
Description: Lázaro Escarze, an 87 years old revolutionary Cuban man, lives in a tiny village and will have his smartphone installed for the first time in his life. To whom will he call?
Description: A movie about an aging men's field hockey squad from the Netherlands - average age: 70! - that has been testing together for over 50 years. They have decided to stop testing because they can't hold up with the 65-year olds… A portrait of a regional squad of mates who are growing old together… And they are about to enjoy their very last minigame together. Champion Audience Choice Award Art of Brooklyn Movie Festival 2014
Description: Held Hostage is the true and terrifying storyline of ordinary foreign workers who came face to face with Al Qaeda at the In Amenas gas plant in Algeria in January 2013. The attack left over 37 foreign hostages dead, including folks from the U.S., U.K., France, Japan, and Norway. As the horrific happenings unfolded over four days in the full glare of the world's media, Algerian unique forces and helicopter gunships attacked the website in an effort to end the crisis. Bringing together exclusive interviews with survivors and their families, expert analysis of the key events, and strong dramatic reconstruction of the terrifying four-day siege, this documentary raises many unanswered questions: How did a convoy of terrorists manage to travel undetected across hundreds of miles of desert and gain control of one of Algeria's most necessary and valuable gas facilities? And who was ultimately responsible for the security of the workers?
Description: […] Though the highs and lows of human experience are all here, it's often the gimcrack set design and fashion chops in these vintage clunkers that really wow – the pot-holder sweater vests, ponytails decorated with yarn, hippies with crumb-catching moustaches, banana-seat bicycles and a difficult rain of Quaaludes and amphetamines to illustrate the dangers of drug addiction. It is difficult to trust anyone would purchase the goofball cause-and-effect of that pill-popper's weather pattern in "Drugs Are Like That". Co-produced by the Miami Junior League and narrated by Anita Bryant in this cheery tiny hand-slapper, a child stealing cookies from a cookie jar is implied to be headed down a terrible street to Bowery bum rolls and LSD parties. (from: http://clatl.com/atlanta/av-geeks-greatest-hits-lessons-learned/Content?oid=1268313)
Description: Four kids wish to invite their mates to a picnic, but they don't know how to test the telephone. Suddenly, the room goes dark and the smartphone becomes huge enough for them to climb into. They walk through a tunnel and meet a boy called Telly, who takes them into the globe of Telezonia, where they are shown different kinds of telephones. They meet few costumed characters, such as Question Mark, who teaches them how to respond the phone; Q and Z, who present them how to test the smartphone book; and Exclamation Point, who teaches them how to zone a call. By the time they leave Telezonia, they are full-fledged telephone users.
Description: After the End’ is a documentary movie about the result of loss in every of our lives. Following the stories of folks who have every experienced the death of a loved one, the movie explores what it means to lose someone without losing ourselves in the process. Guided by Andrew Morgan, who lost his father in a cycling accident, the filmmakers adventure across America speaking with families who have recently experienced a loss, sharing their heartfelt stories about working through the experience. Through interviews with hospice coordinators, bereavement professionals and experts on grief counseling, including Alan D. Wolfelt (author, educator and founder of Center For Loss & Life Transition), Rev. David M. Smith and Elisabeth Kubler-Ross (via archival video), the creator of the seminal work on grief issues, “On Death and Dying,” we are reminded that by sharing our pain, we let ourselves to heal.
Description: French archive photos of the Second Globe Fight pass in a dizzying tempo. The pace slows when we see photos of the liberation. We see happy, liberated citizens, but slowly a cruel stage becomes visible. Girls who are alleged to have had a relationship with the Germans are publicly insulted, shaved and beaten.
Description: Kåre Morten is a Norwegian boy with Down Syndrome. Without commenting or interfering, director Sandberg observes his everyday life. The fly-on-the-wall photos deliever a remarkable glimpse into the emotional life of a unique person and his instant surroundings.
Description: Brooklyn, 4 July 2004. Jenny Perlin spends her whole Independence Day filming her neighbourhood supermarket. Although the front of the building is dilapidated and the sign is so old you can barely read it, this store has everything a larger supermarket has, "and sometimes even more," according to its proud owner Mr. Leem. He and his brother work 14-hour days in the supermarket. In an off-screen interview, he says about the shop's history and about his favorite music: Johnny Money and Najwa Karam. Each two hours, Perlin grabbed her 16 mm Bolex camera to shoot two and a half mins of movie (the time it takes for the spool to unwind). This "arbitrary" style of filmmaking emphasises not the action, but the rhythm. The beauty of the store is not in the extraordinary happenings taking zone there, but in the fixed patterns of plodding and rummaging.
Description: Zelal is a documentary that's an invitation to delve into the globe of psychiatry and "madness" in Egypt. It meets the ordinary madmen and girls banished to mental institutions by Egyptian society and offers more than just a adventure into their globe of shadows. The hospitals end up becoming the only zone patients can conceive, not because they are truly "crazy", but because they fear the outside world. The movie forces viewers to place their own preconceptions and interpretations to the test, reminding us that freedom is precarious in a society that does not tolerate any differences.
Description: Town of God – 10 Years Soon investigates what happened to the actors who took part in the award-winning movie directed by Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund. This documentary shows what Town of God’s worldwide success meant to their lives. Were the actors prepared for the film’s success? Did the social background of some of them prove stronger than the occasion that came their way?
Description: The storyline of Miguel Moreira and Ruben Furtado, two Cape Verdean immigrant descendants who live in Portugal but have no legal documents. They are torn between the desire to be a full Portuguese citizen and the obstacles they search in their day to day. Proud of being who they are they hold on dreaming of their future reflecting their wishes for a better life. Above all, Michael and Ruben lead us to one question: What type of identity has a stateless person?
Description: A short documentary that explores a blue-collar community’s growing unease with the Vietnam War. It was produced in response to President Nixon’s popular November, 1969 speech when he contrasted the unlawful and vocal anti-war protesters to the respectful “silent majority” who were in favor of remaining in Vietnam to war communism. This movie explores the thoughts and opinions of the “silent majority” represented by the people living in the Garfield Ridge neighborhood on the southwest side of Chicago.
Description: Mary of Nazarene is one of the most famous female figures of our world's history. When feminist filmmaker and non-believer Nouchka van Brakel saw a painting of Mary, on which she was said that she would give birth to the Messiah, she was struck by Mary's rather reserved expression. Instead of happiness or humble devotion, the look on her face was doubtful. This fascinated Nouchka van Brakel, and led her to create AVE MARIA, a documentary on the one hand about this mythical, particularly beloved girl and on the another hand about her worshippers who create her Queen of Heaven. AVE MARIA portrays the untameable longing of mankind for the Mother of all mothers; from Virgin Mary, to Mother of the Son of God, to Lady of All Nations, to Queen of Heaven. What strong emotions drive those devoted to Mary? Adventures to Turkey, Poland, Spain and The Netherlands gradually reveal the mystery.... A fascinating quest.
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The American heartland of tolerance proves to be tolerant only to its own beliefs.What could have been just other election time political talk turned to be an insight into the democratic values of USA.The producers take their time to build up our knowledge of the students and the community involved, and it is a nice thing. This moves the focus away from Moore and into the happenings that transpired before (and after) his arrival. Nice time is spent on the students themselves and their views, as well as the major figure representing the conservative residents. Both sides receive a fair balance.What comes out of the movie is how shockingly weak are the democratic values many US citizens hold. In a country which prides itself about being an example of democracy, a leader of the "Free World" there is just as much intolerance as anywhere else. The part where the conservative personality gives a talk is unpleasant to watch for any supporter of democracy.This documentary could strike the average US American as a wake up call about how complacent democratic citizens can be when it comes to their political ideas. Everyone likes to thing they are upstanding democratic citizens, until M.Moore comes to town! The real use of democracy is being willing to listen to points of view opposite to your own and not outright dismiss them as wrong or even evil. This tiny movie painfully depicts that (at least) the Utah community failed this use miserably.On the another hand I'm sure that many Utah citizens didn't have a trouble with M.Moore coming to town. Unfortunately either the movie fails to represent them or I am mistaken and the movie is right in giving the impression that most of Utah accepted with the extreme undemocratic views expressed from their prominent(?) citizen.Is this the nature of politics? To be divisive? Would M.Moore speaking in a Fresh York University have made such a show? Unlikely. Then I guess it gotta have been something about this Utah community. That should have been an zone that the documentary should have explored. In doing so it would have be digging deeper into the heart of politics (and rational thought at that). Stil, even with its more narrow scope this tiny gem does very well. Very well indeed.
I live in Utah and sadly, this movie portrays the typical mindset here. We tend to be xenophobic, intolerant, and hateful of anything various yet it is cloaked in a message of "love thy neighbor." This movie does a unbelievable job of portraying the all-too-common view that Utahns are unable to handle outside concepts and any kind of diversity. In looking at the anger spewing out of the mouths of putative Christians, in particular Mr. Bryson, I am reminded of the looks of white southerners in the 50's when the schools were about to be integrated. The seething fury and irrationalism of these folks is shown all too well by the filmmaker. I suggest seeing this perfect movie and if it makes you avoid visiting or moving to Utah (especially the Provo/Orem zone south of Salt Lake City) it will have served a nice purpose.
I saw this movie and it's amazing. It's about the failure of civil discourse in America and it shows the actual divisive nature of politics. Whether you accept with Michael Moore or not, you'll accept that the crazy folks who tried to stop him from speaking overreacted immensely and made Utah look like some foreign country. Additionally, I think the movie was unbiased and showed an honest portrayal or the happenings without skewing the facts or taking things out of context.I don't understand why some folks gave this movie a "1" rating. They either gotta hate movies about positive messages, have never seen the film, or are just jealous that it's so bloody good. I give it a "10" across the board. See this film! You'll learn something!
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