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Description: Armed with weak tech gear and high minded notions that penguin populations keep the key to human survival, Ron Naveen lays bare his 30 year love affair with the world's most pristine scientific laboratory: Antarctica. Famed as a zone that wants you dead, this movie follows a rag mark squad of field biologists to some of the harshest corners of the planet, where they track the impact of climate change and ocean health by counting penguin populations. From the hint of Argentina to the ominous Deception Island, 'The Penguin Counters' is a treacherous, heart warming adventure by a 21st century Dr. Doliitle who dreams of conserving this stunning but fragile region for future generations.
Description: In Japan, a million young boys have shut the door on true life. Almost one boy in ten in his late teens and early twenties is refusing to leave his home – many do not leave their bedrooms for years on end.
Description: Fayçal Hammoum recounts the 2014 presidential election through non-voting inhabitants of Algiers who, like him, are in their thirties. Be it Bilel, a grocer by default exposed to his customers’ political babbling, or the more politically-charged comments of Younes, a militant FM radio journalist opposed to President Bouteflika’s fourth term, the tons of conversational scenes in no method changes the determination not to vote for an old boy who has been invisible for almost two years. The rappers Omar and Brahim are as bereft of hope and voter’s cards as the Tellek webradio DJ, since “the match is fixed”. Moving away from his focus on this topics to movie their everyday life, the filmmaker draws the portrait of a generation who, as Bilal tells with poignant simplicity, “just wants to live
Description: A pig farm in Lety, South Bohemia would create an ideal monument to collaboration and indifference, tells writer and journalist Markus Pape. Most of those appearing in this documentary filmed in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, France, Germany and Croatia have private experience of the indifference to the genocide of the Roma. Many of them experienced the Holocaust as children, and their distorted memories have earned them distrust and ridicule. Continuing racism and anti-Roma sentiment is illustrated among another matters by how contemporary society looks after the territories where the murders occurred. However, this documentary movie essay focuses mainly on the survivors, who share with viewers their indelible traumas, their "hole in the head".
Description: The history of Bruguera, the most necessary comic publisher in Spain between the 1940s and the 1980s. How the characters created by nice writers and pencilers became Spanish archetypes and how their strips persist nowadays as a portrait of Spain and its people. The everyday life of the authors and the founding family, the Brugueras. The globe in which hundreds of vivid colourful paper beings lived and still live, in the memory of millions, in the smile of everyone.
Description: How are the sex scenes filmed? What tricks are used to fake the desire? How do the interpreters prepare and feel? Spanish actors and directors talk about the most intimate side of acting, about the tricks and work ways when narrating exposed sex. In Spain the general rule is that there are no rules. Every film, every interpreter, faces it in very various ways.
Description: This lurid documentary offers a revealing expose of different deviant activities being practiced in that seething hotbed of sin and hedonism known as Los Angeles. Among the topics shown herein are a young couple who are paid to have sex in front of leering voyeurs, a gang of rowdy bikers, a French artist who makes fancy designs out of women's pubic hair, a wild swinging Hollywood party, and an exclusive club of wealthy perverts.
Description: THE PEOPLE'S CLOUD is a web-based six-part documentary series that gets to the bottom of the internet; investigating the ecology and impact of cloud computing on the lives of those who test it, the territories it is physically located in and the folks who work to maintain it.
Description: On October 22nd, 1966, Jenny Sims returned to her home on 641 Muriel Court from a night of babysitting. Upon her return, she found her mother, father, and 12-year-old sister bound, gaged, shot, and stabbed in the back bedroom. That night marked an abrupt transition for the residents of Tallahassee, Florida: door locks were sold out, gun shops were emptied, and folks no longer felt secure or trusting of their neighbors. To date, no charges have been pressed for the murder of Helen, Robert, and Joy Sims. The 50-year investigation has uncovered a series of interesting suspects, none of which have been formally cleared. This movie covers all five, including a never-before-seen police interview with one suspect from 1987, and an interview with her ex-husband filmed in the summer of 2016.
Description: ACROSS STILL WATER is a short documentary about 32-year old John whose life is changed forever when he starts to lose his sight. Urged by those around him to create hard decisions he seeks solace night fishing in the heart of the city. Guided by his young mate Ben, John faces a adventure requiring true patience and fortitude.
Description: For two years, Anatoli and Svetlana have been living under bombardments in their village, Pesky, not far from Donetsk Airport. Aged 72, they spend a huge part of their days in the cellar of their house. They are the only ones that stayed in Pesky, which once had 3,000 inhabitants. They no longer have water, or gas, or electricity. But they resist and continue their activity as beekeepers.
Description: A look at the bizarre history of the defunct NHL team: The California Golden Seals. (1967-76) Popular for their white skates and losing record, the club tried desperately to compete, only to face an almost wonderful string of obstacles.
Description: This movie was photographed in the winter, much of it during an current snowstorm, and snow can be seen on the ground in all scenes. The topics is a group of men, clothed only in swimming trunks, who demonstrate their physical prowess by doing calisthenics, testing handball, and swimming during freezing weather.
Description: A 12 minute movie about the Evoluon [a symposium centre and former science museum erected by the electronics and electrical company Philips at Eindhoven in the Netherlands], of which is thought that it was made in 1969 by Bert Haanstra or Pim Heytman. British TV viewers will probably remember this movie, since the BBC used it for use transmissions. In those transmissions a number of movies was broadcast each day in the early seventies so technicians should adjust the fresh color TVs they installed at customers homes. —http://www.dse.nl/~evoluon/film-e.htm
Description: Jobless and with no prospects, "Niñato" (Kid) lives with his parents and does hip-hop music. He lives the life of the outskirts, it's the Madrid of the chronic crisis. But he is 34 years old and has 3 kids to bring up. Time goes by, the children are growing up and "Niñato" carries on, making melody and looking after the children, without worrying too much about his future. Oro, the smallest one, not too motivated at school, will demand more attention and drive "Niñato" to face his own conflicts.
Description: While labourers from Azerbaijan are working on the construction of a fresh high-speed train line intended to bring glory to future generations, in Armenia, a station master has spent 20 years awaiting the return of the trains beyond a closed border, in an abandoned depot.
Description: “The Mutan tree, well we tell tree, but originally it’s a liana that uses the tree to climb. And its grasp ends up killing the tree. That’s what is going to happen between us and the companies.” In Sarawak, one of the two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo, the Penan — who not that long ago were still nomads — are the first to be affected by deforestation.
Description: Chico has dedicated his entire life to CINE SAO PAULO. The building, inherited from his father, is actually badly deteriorated. Refurbish it, in order to create the old film theater receive back to work, becomes his nice obsession.
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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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