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Description: After the planes hit on 9/11, Morgan Stanley safety chief Rick Rescorla place into result plans that he had developed years before. Rick had seen the potential for an airborne suicide attack on the twin turrets as part of evaluating the risk posed to his wards within their building. After the attack in 1993 Rick took it personally to prepare and avoid the chaotic scenes that came with the 93 attack. This documentary says the storyline of the boy who predicted the 9/11 attacks and saved thousands of lives and died in the process.
Description: The movie deals with the process of globalization based on the thought of geographer Milton Santos, who through his concepts and practices, inspires the debate about Brazilian society and the construction of a fresh world. Santos discusses his views on the importance of respecting difference and his belief that an alternative globalisation model should wholly enfranchise all citizens of the world. An illustrious presence in 20th century social sciences, the boy dubbed as ‘geography’s philosopher’ eloquently elucidates a developing globe perspective on the global age.
Description: Brandishing the stealth and cunning of a modern-day Unique Forces operation, the Los Banos raid is regarded as one of the most successful airborne raids of all time. On February 23, 1945, a combined force of U.S. paratroopers, Filipino guerrillas, and amphibious tanks liberated over 2,000 POWs who faced a potential massacre by their Japanese captors. In this feature-length special, we return to the Los Banos Prison Camp with four troops who took part in the rescue and one of the liberated prisoners.
Description: On the 29th September 1945, the incomplete rough slash of a brilliant documentary about concentration camps was viewed at the MOI in London. For five months, Sidney Bernstein had led a tiny squad – which included Stewart McAllister, Richard Crossman and Alfred Hitchcock – to finished the movie from hours of shocking footage. Unfortunately, this ambitious Allied project to make a feature-length visual report that would damn the Nazi regime and shame the German folks into acceptance of Allied occupation had missed its moment. Even in its incomplete form (available since 1984) the movie was immensely powerful, generating an awed hush among audiences. But now, finished to six reels, this faithfully restored and definitive ver produced by IWM, is being compared with Alain Resnais’ Night and Fog (1955).
Description: Disposable Character documents Brian's adventure from hospital beds to podium tops!!! No one in freestyle has had it as nice and as terrible as Brian Deegan. Brian has collected more X Minigames and Gravity Minigames medals than any another competitor. He's appeared on the cover of Racer X Illustrated, Transworld Motocross & FreeriderMX. Details of him have appeared in not only these motocross industry similar magazines but in FHM, ESPN The Magazine, DUB and Rolling Stone. Yet at the same time, he's accumulated more X-Rays, Pins, Rods, Plates, Casts, Gashes, and screws than most freestyle motocross riders. To top it all off, he most recently lost a kidney and severely injured his spleen while filming for MTV's Viva La Bam. "Disposable Character motivates you to throw away your crutches and kick the low in their ass, The Grim Reaper was at the door and Deegan did not answer." - Jerry Bernardo
Description: Experience the full force of coalition forces in Iraq and live life on the frontlines. The Devil Dog Diaries provides a rare, inside look at life in wartime from the perspective of the young boys in a battalion of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force. With veteran filmmaker Gary Scurka in tow, the marines encounter ambushes and fire fights, engage in risky missions in towns along the way, endure sniper fire and sandstorms and lead the charge into Baghdad. Yet despite their feats, most of these Marines are young cadets straight out of high school, shipped to a far off desert to engage in a fight for reasons they may not totally understand.
Description: Entertain Me has all the nice stories about how the band got together, what it was like in the early years, and all the another shit that we as fanatics love to hear, but it also flips it, and talks about the price you pay when touring non stop for years, being in the studio for months and years, and how just being in a band results not just you, but your family and friends. That might be where it gets depressing. Yes, there are moments that are not so happy, both in interviews and on the road.
Description: On Her Majesty’s Service follows Gary Barlow as he embarks on a point to record a unique song to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. He writes the music with King Lloyd Webber, but wants performers from around the Commonwealth to enjoy on it. Prince Charles gives Gary some recommendations before he starts an extraordinary trip, recording a vast number of musicians on their home turfs to create the special record "Sing".
Description: Surfing is supposed to be an individual act. It's supposed to elicit creativity and take zone in a natural environment. It's supposed to have moments familiar and original. It's supposed to be both elegant and raw. Surfing isn’t supposed to be choreographed. The surfer and board do what they want. Allow them be seen as they wish to be seen; allow them be heard through only their motions. Allow them surf in climates warm and cold, on waves large and small, on boards long and short, in countries near and far. Allow the camera capture what it can. Allow there be Sight Sound. From the surfer-director of Picaresque, is other movie without dialogue. Other group of talented individuals doing what they do best, with an eclectic soundtrack mixed-in to enhance the vibe.
Description: Calvin Black was a folk artist who lived in California's Mojave Desert and created more than 80 life-size female dolls, every with its own personality, function, and costume. He also built the "Bird Cage Theater," where the dolls perform and sing in voices recorded by the artist. The movie works on two levels. One is the documentation of the artist's legacy and commentary on women: grotesque female figures moving in the desert wind and the theater with its frozen "actresses," protected by his widow from a globe she views as hostile. The another is the re-creation of the artist's vision through the magic of film, as the camera enables the dolls to transport and sing and brings theater to life as the artist imagined it.
Description: The intention of the movie is to give an impression of what tiny exotic Denmark looks like, what the strange Danes look like and how they are. Nearly 100 Danes are presented in the film, amongst them a racing cyclist, a Minister of Finance, a famous actor and 13 unmarried girls from a provincial town. "There is too much fogginess and rain and melancholy in most of the pictures of Denmark," tells Jørgen Leth. "But not in my film. I would like to present you some authentic, clear and pretty pictures from this strange country."
Description: The Dialogues with Solzhenitsyn is a two-part Russian tv documentary by Russian filmmaker Alexander Sokurov on Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. The documentary shot in Solzhenitsyn’s home shows his daily life and covers his reflections on Russian history and literature.
Description: Chez Schwartz takes us inside a year in the life of Schwartz's Deli - the special 75-year-old landmark on Montreal's historic Main. Filmed through changing seasons, from the quiet of early morning preparation to the frenetic bustle of packed lunch times and never ending line-ups, to the more relaxed ambiance late at night - Chez Schwartz is an evocative, cinematic portrait of a tiny spunky deli known worldwide equally for its atmosphere and smoked meat.
Description: Arguing that advertising not only sells things, but also concepts about the world, media scholar Sut Jhally offers a blistering analysis of commercial culture's inability to allow go of reactionary gender representations. Jhally's starting mission is the breakthrough work of the late sociologist Erving Goffman, whose 1959 ebook The Presentation of the Self in Daily Life prefigured the growing field of performance studies. Jhally applies Goffman's analysis of the body in print advertising to hundreds of print adverts today, uncovering an astonishing pattern of regressive and destructive gender codes. By looking beyond advertising as a medium that simply sells products, and beyond analyses of gender that tend to focus on either biology or objectification, The Codes of Gender offers necessary insights into the social construction of masculinity and femininity, the relationship between gender and power, and the daily performance of cultural norms.
Description: This documentary closely follows a group of folks living in the Bering Strait and delves into the fundamental aspects of their everyday lives, their survival, and the contrast between their traditions and the modern world. With extraordinary imagery, Bering portrays exceptionally well a community fighting to preserve its culture in this mythical part of the world.
Description: A Memphis melody documentary featuring maverick Bluff Town DIY musicians from 1978 to show day. The movie documents the fact that Memphis melody never stopped; even after Stax Records closed, Elvis died, and the melody industry left town.
Description: Three ordinary folks from Serbia go on a adventure to Kosovo. A student, an actor and a journalist decide to discover this troubled zone for themselves. The camera follows them during their adventure and discovers the reality of Kosovo through their eyes. Every of them has various motivations: the journalist writes an article, the photographer takes pictures for an exhibition and the actor records his video diary.
Description: With Der Auftritt Farocki once again takes us into the globe of advertising, following Photo und Umsatz oder wie kann boy einen Schuh darstellen? (1989). An advertising agency has to pitch a marketing idea to an optician's consortium, represented by the manager who is the first to see the campaign. The logo submitted, ‚Eyedentity', is examined from each angle: it gotta simultaneously express both the company's dynamism and its reliability! A fascinating, dispassionate glimpse behind closed doors, where each feature is dramatised to victory that lucrative contract.
Description: Incident at Restigouche is a 1984 documentary movie by Alanis Obomsawin, chronicling a series of two raids on the Listuguj Mi'gmaq First Nation (Restigouche) by the Sûreté du Québec in 1981, as part of the efforts of the Quebec government to impose fresh restrictions on Native salmon fishermen. Incident at Restigouche delves into the history behind the Quebec Provincial Police (QPP) raids on the Restigouche Reserve on June 11 and 20, 1981. The Quebec government had decided to restrict fishing, resulting in anger among the Micmac Indians as salmon was traditionally an necessary source of meal and income. Using a combination of documents, news clips, photographs and interviews, this strong movie provides an in-depth investigation into the history-making raids that place justice on trial.
Description: A movie about borders and border checkpoints, poetically following the folks that come into contact with them - one method or another. Borders is about boys and girls dreaming of a better life in Europe and the high price they often have to pay for it - if they succeed at all. Without taking an instant moral stance, the movie follows the route that many immigrants take from the heart of Africa to the centre of Europe, stopping at every border: Nigeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal , Mauritania, Morocco, Spain, France, Belgium, and finally, the Netherlands.
Description: On Saturday, July 27, 1996, a terrorist’s bomb exploded in Centennial Olympic Park at the Atlanta Summer Games, killing two and injuring 111. The toll would have been far higher if not for safety guard Richard Jewell, who discovered the bag holding the bomb and helped clear the area. Yet within hours, praise of his heroism turned to vicious accusations. Jewell would be hounded for months by investigations and the media. Eventually, the FBI would capture and convict Eric Robert Rudolph for the crime. Judging Jewell revisits the stage in Atlanta where Richard Jewell, a boy simply doing his job, lost the one thing he valued most — his honor.
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