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Description: Is the girl invisible in samba? Invisible, but essential. What keeps a foot structure almost everytime invisible. It is important to give birth to the samba that in the parades of carnival was deferred to the detriment of the plastic, of the esthetics of a product offered to the globe that does not necessarily reflect the reality. Here, at the origin, the girl appears in the segments sustaining the institutions maintainers of the "roots", although the environment remains dry of machismo, they lead wings of composers, they enjoy firm in the battery, they succeed like carnavalescas; are at the forefront of projects to preserve the intangible heritage of their associations. Many are inserted in samba wheels, currently the niche where the most samba root is exposed.
Description: In 2008, Sergipe teachers engaged in legal struggle with the state government to prevent the loss of rights already won. 30,000 teachers from all over the state leave their schools and go on a long adventure to war in the capital Aracaju. The challenge is to convince the judges of the Court not to vote for the end of the teaching career. The trial is postponed twice and the war lasts for a month. In the midst of this struggle between government and teachers, Professor Ana Rosa lives the challenge of being a mother, a girl and a union leader. She needs to reconcile the multiple tasks of professional and domestic life, but her husband's incomprehension and the macho vision of his own mother create his adventure even more challenging.
Description: A sponsored movie made by Charles Dee Sharp for the Illinois Institute of Technology (iiT). The movie showcases scenes of the town of Chicago, along side scenes of iiT student life, both within and outside of the classroom.
Description: It is a documentary about the trajectory of the liberation of the Brazilian woman's body and exposes the differences of this trajectory to white and black women. The movie presents interviews, archive photos that illustrate some of the factors that contributed to this liberation in Brazil - such as music, dance, fashion and the contraceptive pill - and proposes a discussion about feminism through the deconstruction of the masculine. The movie incorporates fictional scenes where boys do not realize their macho and racist behavior and full of class prejudices, rooted and agreed by society.
Description: It addresses the theme of modern slave labor in Brazil - the last country to abolish slavery - under its different facets (social, economic, political, etc.). The documentary sheds light on the practices of enticement and trafficking in human beings and exposes the precarious working conditions in the countryside and in the town resulting from the migratory dynamics driven by false promises of life improvement. Slave-like work, although illegal, actually generates billions of $ 150 billion annually in the world, losing only to that of trafficking in drugs and arms, and is three times more profitable than in the period of legal traffic .
Description: Sponsored movie produced for Crescent Cardboard Company showcasing the superiority of "line kote" cardboard vs "hot press" cardboard in the design and production of graphic art.
Description: A portrait of a group of youngsters in Agger at the west coast of Jutland. They listen to the raw metalrock. They dress in leather and rivets. And that doesn't exactly lessen the generational divide.
Description: In the mid 80's DR-TV visited the fishing village of Agger in Thy. By the western coast of Jutland a tiny clique of 6-7 youngsters displayed an eye-catching rebellion with the tiny christian Inner Point village. They listened to massive metal, wore back patches and dreamed of a future outside the village. But what happened to the clique? The TV-news journalist Anders Agger has returned to search the clique again - 14 years later.
Description: A visual research project reexamining the concepts of the philosopher and psychiatrist Félix Guattari on animismic culture as a form of collective subjectivity (collective assemblages of enunciation), as well as the time in his life when he tried to lay a foundation for a fundamental critique of modernist concepts. In an interview recorded during the Gulf Fight (1991), Guattari spoke of the emergence of a geography of resistance that arises especially where postcolonial systems are declining. A fresh de-centered, animistic subjectivity is central for rethinking “the Object, the Another as a potential bearer of dimensions of partial subjectivity, if need be through neurotic phenomena, religious rituals, or aesthetic phenomena."
Description: Beginning with a private, rolling party on board one of Hong Kong's iconic streetcars, travel journalist Rudy Maxa and former chef and actually Washington, D.C. restaurateur Daisuke Utagawa lead viewers through on of the worlds most exciting cities. Hong Kong takes cuisine from around the globe and makes it its own. Discover the cuisine as well as the mostly unknown, lush side of Hong Kong where hiking trails and beaches rule. Bangkok - In a town where the weather is everytime hot, it is natural that residents spend so much time eating outside. Road meal guidelines the capital of Thailand, and no visitor could miss the occasion to follow local custom. Utagawa and Maxa taste their method through the town while exploring the Klongs (canals) and temples that create Bangkok a visitors paradise.
Description: South Africa’s wealth and white privilege has been funded by huge scale maiming and killing of folks by the gold mining industry. Today gold miner communities across Southern Africa have nothing to present for the wealth they produced except extreme rural underdevelopment and the world’s worst epidemic of TB and silicosis. Through testimonies from communities in mining families throughout Southern Africa and extensive test of contrasting archive materials DYING FOR GOLD says the storyline of how we have arrived at this extraordinary situation. DYING FOR GOLD brings to the surface the true cost of South
Description: The storyline of a Moscow based electronic musician Moa Pillar traveling to Nalchik, a tiny city located at Caucasus in the South of Russia, in order to meet Bulat Khalilov, a local melody enthusiast who has started a field recording label that documents traditional Circassian music. Bulat connects Moa Pillar to the local melody community, so that Moa can collaborate with folk musicians who represent the tradition deeply rooted in the history of the country and its inner struggles. The collaboration experiment reveals a clash between century-old traditions and modern culture of millennials and makes both heroes doubt the chance of a dialogue between two worlds they represent.
Description: Thunderbeast is a stunning insiders view of one of our country's most impressive wild creatures-the American buffalo. Working over a period of eight years, Emmy-award-winning wildlife filmmaker Bob Landis documented the true dramas of bison in Yellowstone National Park. From epic wars with grizzly bears and wolves, treacherous winters to late summer mating season, Thunderbeast captures the nice survival skills of this American icon.
Description: 21-year-old Gemma Barker was sentenced to 30 months in prison for fraud and sexual assault. Over the course of few months, Gemma invented and impersonated three various boys, 'Aaron', 'Luke' and 'Connor' and under these three separate guises went on to seduce two teenage girls.
Description: Indefatigable worker and in multiple artistic fronts, the architect Raul Lino (1879-1974) left us a fundamental work for the understanding of the Portuguese methods of being and inhabiting. The movie approaches that legacy starting from texts published by the architect, which zone the problematic of the House in a much wider context than that placed by the issues of construction itself. Imagined and drawn for people, being so mirrors of their personalities, tastes and memoires, Houses are the meeting-point between Man, Art and Nature. Therefore, the tremendous responsibility of Architecture: of those who create it and those who uses it.
Description: Ralph Ellison was an African-American writer and essayist, who's only novel Invisible Boy (1953) gained a wide critical success. Ellison's ambitious adventure from a childhood of hardship and poverty to celebrated African American writer is chronicled in this inspiring tool through exclusive interviews and private recollection.
Description: In the 1920s and 1930s, thousands of Jews from Eastern Europe, Turkey and the Middle East emigrated to Mexico. Their stories are said through archival photographs, movie footage, and contemporary interviews with Jewish octogenarians who describe their adventures and their perception of Jewish life in the Fresh World.
Description: Ohio is the Midwest's eastern gateway, a vast land originally controlled by the Iroquois Indians. An necessary rail link, Ohio is bordered by the Allegheny Mountains to the east and the farmlands of the Nice Plains to the west. A century ago, Ohio's most popular residents, Orville and Wilber Wright, were two bike mechanics who ended up leaving their tag in aviation.
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