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Description: Just as the original hobos of the early 20th century were scorned the mainstream of society, so too are today's train riders. FREELOAD is a dive into a beggar's existence. It is a ride through America's backyard. It is a musical endeavor that feels like a drama. It is a sociological examination of the ignored.
Description: The objective of "Viramundo" was to question why the Military Coup d' État in Brazil happened without any famous resistance or revolution or reaction of the society. "Viramundo" shows the saga of the northeastern migrants that arrive in São Paulo, beginning with a train arriving and ending with a train leaving São Paulo in a cycle repeated everyday. There is a comparison between specialized and non-specialized workers, with the parallel opinions of a qualified worker and a non-qualified worker. Then it shows some workers of the civil construction and from the industry. Later, it is presented the preachers and the "umbanda" (a Brazilian religion and sort of variation of voodooism and fetishism) and their followers. The charity and the opinion of Mr. Entrepreneur are also presented in this documentary that exposes wounds in Brazilian society.
Description: Call Me Malcolm is an nice storyline of the human spirit and God's spirit, and the liberating struggle to realize and express with confidence the marvelous gift of one's truest sense of self. As Malcolm shares his own storyline and through the stories of others we meet, Call Me Malcolm offers us a glimpse into the true lives of true folks who are transgender. But it is only a glimpse. There are many stories to be said and Malcolm supports us create connections to our own stories, encouraging us to share them. That can seem daunting in a culture which has done more to heap shame on persons who identify as transgender. The nice news of Malcolm's storyline is the method in which shame and fear are overcome by grace, compassion and knowledge. Viewers cannot support but come to a deeper understanding of faith, love, and gender identity, and by doing so, arrive at a deeper understanding of their own journey.
Description: Awake Zion explores the connections between Rasta, Reggae and Judaism, through one woman's beat-laden journey into the meaning of identity. All the method back to the alleged sultry affair between the Jewish Lord Solomon and the African Queen of Sheba, Jewish influence is evident in the spiritual history of Ethiopia - turning up subtly in Rastafarian lifestyle and then, inevitably, in reggae. Unravelling the storyline of this unlikely kinship, Awake Zion unites Jewish and Jamaican musicians, scholars, and historians in a celebration roots and culture - traveling from Crown Heights, Brooklyn, where Caribbean and Jewish cultures share a history of adversity - to Jamaica, the birthplace of reggae - and ultimately to Israel, where a sizzling reggae stage thrives today. Awake Zion examines the preconceptions of what it means to be Jewish, what it means to be Rasta, what it means to be white or black - and, most importantly, the universal find for what it means to be "home".
Description: Robert Mann has been a vital force in the globe of melody for more than seventy years. As founder and first violinist of the Julliard String Quartet, and as a soloist, composer, teacher, and conductor, Mann has brought a refreshing sense of journey and discovery to chamber melody performance, master classes, and orchestral performances worldwide. In Speak the Music, the 93-year-old Mann shares private anecdotes from his childhood and musical training. Director Allan Miller combines archival performance footage, candid interviews, and glimpses into Mann's personal lessons with today's most promising violinists to honor one of classical music's best living artists. (C) First Run
Description: Finland's most daring musician, the accordionist, composer, performer Kimmo Pohjonen, revolutionizes the accordion and shatters traditional musical standards. Extraordinary sounds burst from his custom built accordion and its bellows including electronic effects, accordion samples, voice, farm machines, animals and string quartet. Pohjonen bridges the gap between experimental, rock, folk and classic categories in fact creating an entirely fresh accordion melody world. His performances are reminiscent of the violence of Roman gladiators and the castigation of medieval monks. The movie is a adventure of an exceptional artist grounded in primary human truths. The Cinematography and drama reveal a distinctive Scandinavian viewpoint. From the startling opening - the character walks across an expanse of ice and drops through a hole into frigid water - right to the very end; a dramatic pace draws the viewer in, revealing the inner struggle of this iconoclast.
Description: Given that fascism is not limited to Golden Dawn but is also promulgated by politicians, entrepreneurs and publishers… Given that the crisis conditions that foster fascism are upon us, not past us… Given that the entire of Europe is sinking rapidly into the darkness of the far right…
Description: 100th Anniversary Airshow Russian Air Force Zhukovsky 2012 The Russian Air Force celebrated its 100th Anniversary at Zhukovsky near Moscow with the greatest air present that PlanesTV has ever attended. It was not just the content that made this present so unique - the weather was magnificent; clear air and some dramatic cloud formations and our camera positions delivered some breathtaking material. We recorded on website for 3 days - the general public was only permitted entry on the last day.
Description: Escaping the Russian Revolution and Globe Fight II, two couples immigrate to Brazil and share the same house in São Paulo. A series of romantic complications tag the family’s history, which registers the marriage of two identical twins with the same boy and another unusual situations, showing how reality often outdoes fiction.
Description: In the spring of 1945, a Japanese balloon bomb claimed the lives of the only folks killed on the continental U.S. as the effect of opponent action during WWII. Forty years later, the decision to fold a thousand paper cranes would unite the Japanese and American civilians who were involved in and affected by this incident. “On Paper Wings“ is the storyline of four Japanese girls who worked on balloon bombs, the families of those killed in the U.S., and the boy whose actions brought them all together forty years after WWII, and the balloon bomb project.
Description: During the last forty years, the photographer Sebastião Salgado has been travelling through the continents, in the footsteps of an ever changing humanity. He has witnessed the major happenings of our newest history ; international conflicts, starvations and exodus… He is actually embarking on the discovery of pristine territories, of the wild fauna and flora, of grandiose landscapes : a large photographic project which is a tribute to the planet's beauty. Sebastião's Salgado's life and work are revealed to us by his son, Juliano, who went with him during his last journeys, and by Wim Wenders, a photographer himself.
Description: 'Do you feel cheaper?' We are filming young Lithuanian boys working in Sweden. They do not wish to be caught on camera, they do not wish to participate in creating yet other media photo of guilt and pity. They movie us. We empty a bottle of moonshine, we dance on their porch. They might allow us movie them tomorrow. Second Class is a time document about class, respect, the value of work and human being.
Description: A documentary that follows the life of photographer Daido Moriyama in the present, which has never been revealed before. Even though his charismatic presence has reigned over the globe of photography since the late 60’s, his real persona had been hidden behind a veil of mystery, since he had refused any major appearances in front of any media in the past. Follow the charismatic photographer Daido Moriyama as he takes his first digital images and observe his style of fast snapshots without looking in the finder. His stark and contrasting black and white photos symbolize his fervent lifestyle.
Description: Hijos de la Guerra ("Children of the War") is a feature-length documentary movie about the world's biggest and most violent road gang: the Mara Salvatrucha, also known as MS-13. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has declared the MS-13 the fastest growing and most violent road gang in the United States. Through a series of over 80 interviews (including gang members across few countries, the gang's founders, experts and academics) and strong footage inside jails in El Salvador, gang-infested neighborhoods of Los Angeles, and Salvadoran communities across the East Coast of the United States, the movie sheds light on the root private reasons for gang membership, the ensuing explosion of fratricidal violence as well as the complex role of social and government privacy in both containing and aggravating gang proliferation.
Description: In the 1986 Globe Cup, Diego Maradona, the world's best football player, reached his apotheosis, redefining what is possible for one boy to accomplish on a football pitch. His ability to take control of the ball -- the minigame -- an whole competition -- split the globe in two. It was both illuminating and an affront, beguiling and an outrage, and the fervor that surrounded him was unprecedented, bordering on the religious. Constructed from archive material, "Maradona '86" is an ode to this ultimate footballing idol, basking in the operatic intensity of his performance in Mexico as he wrote his name on football history forever.
Description: Summer is coming to Nicaragua and Maycol and Bryan will begin to learn their families' trade, shark hunting. In a zone where traditional trades disappear in favor of drug trafficking, these two man select their future. A coming of age movie set in the forgotten Caribbean coast of Nicaragua.
Description: Rain on a window pane, a fire truck, a tomcat with innumerable offspring: it is an intentionally unintentional gaze that allows for possibility encounters, for stories and memories - leads that Ruth Beckermann follows across Europe and the Mediterranean. Nigerian asylum seekers in Sicily, an Arab musician in Galilee, nationalists drunk on beer in Vienna, the Capitoline Wolf, and three veiled young girls trying for mins to cross a busy street in Alexandria. Threads, cloth and textiles pop up like ebook marks in a fabric of movement, of traveling or seeking refuge.
Description: From the lower St. Lawrence, a picture of whale hunting that looks more like a round-up, with a corral, whale-boys and all. In 1534, when he stopped at the island he called l'Île-aux-Coudres, Jacques Cartier saw how the Indians captured the tiny white beluga whales by setting a fence of saplings into off-shore mud. In the film, the islanders present that the old way still works, thanks to the trusting 'sea-pigs,' the same old tide, and a tiny magic.
Description: Each year, thousands of commercials are made that never reach our TV screens, deemed too shocking to see. In order to create it onto the screen, they gotta clear all manner of obstacles, from fussy clients to obsessive regulators and restrictive rights issues. X-Rated takes a look at these outlawed pieces of advertising, revealing the most explicit, controversial and shocking adverts never seen. These are adverts that break all manner of taboos, from sex, violence, blasphemy, homosexuality, animal cruelty, rapping pensioners, swearing children, suicidal toys and naked athletes to Kylie in her undies on a bucking bronco. Amongst the contributors are advertising executives, producers and censors. The programme also takes a look at the embarrassing globe of western celebrities in Japanese ads.
Description: "One Last Hug" chronicles a three day summer camp for kids learning to cope with the death of a loved one. With the guidance of trained professionals, grieving kids as young as seven years old learn that their feelings are normal, and that by talking about them they can start to heal. A testament to the healing power of shared sorrow, One Last Hug shows the often-unseen and particular experience of children's grief.
Description: Bermuda Triangle Exposed’ explores the most deadly and unexplained marine graveyard on Earth. It spans from Bermuda to Miami to Puerto Rico; from 8,500 metres below the surface of the sea to 8,500 metres into the sky. For decades it has held us baffled as it defies explanation. Some 2000 boats and 75 planes have disappeared without a trace here. Freak waves, magnetic anomalies, giant whirlpools and strange fireballs have all been blamed for the unusual disappearances. See whether we will ever determine truth behind the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle as this programme investigates what is beneath the infamous stretch of ocean.
Description: As a effect of the Holocaust and later, AIDS, the male homosexual community has sustained bitter losses and, according to Praunheim, lesbian girls have actually placed themselves at the head of the so-called queer movement. The female protagonists in the movie represent two various generations; they also incorporate the past and show status of homosexuals in society.
Description: Satyajit Ray's poetic documentary was commissioned by the Chogyal (King) of Sikkim at a time when he felt the sovereignty of Sikkim was under threat from both China and India. Ray's documentary is about the sovereignty of Sikkim. The movie was banned by the government of India when Sikkim merged with India in 1975. The ban was finally lifted by the Ministry of External Affairs in September 2010.
Description: Diana Mariscal reached a moment of fame in the sixties, when at just 18 years of age she was the lead actress of the film Fando and Lis by Alejandro Jodorowsky. The moment seemed to trigger a promising career, but her public photo faded tiny by tiny until disappearing. Forty years soon the traces of her existence have not been entirely erased.
Description: At the beginning of 2012 the so named fight vs crime, led by the Mexican Federal Government brought, as consequence, a number of nearly 50,000 casualties and a social climate of violence and distrust. How was this experienced by the boys and girls who war this violence from the trenches of science? To the End of Reckoning says through the eyes of the Jalisco Forensics Institute the development of this engagement, in one of the most violent states in the Country.
Description: In an unfair country girls work day and night far from home while their kids learn to survive between loneliness and emptiness. They grow to become teenagers, locked down in one of many weak income neighborhoods made up of identical tiny houses, outlined by overcrowding and scarcity. Their mothers, mostly workers in transnational factories, go in and out in buses that take them to a work zone where they carry out twelve hour shifts two hours away from home, while their kids muddle through their upbringing in small houses of 40 square meters. In spite of everything, they look for a method to transport ahead and chase their illusions. This is a storyline full of youthful aspirations set in a context of difficulties and shortages.
Description: A motorcycle expedition on uncharted streets across the Himalayan state of Arunachal Pradesh, situated in North-east India. But more than an expedition, it's a movie on friendship, camaraderie and the "never tell die" attitude of five motorcyclists in the face of unforgiving terrain. Shot in the same format as "Riding Solo To The Top Of The World" with no back-up car or movie crew, in parts of India hardly seen, filmed or explored, the documentary captures the interactions and experiences of the riders who are trying to chart a route, which according to everyone does not exist.
Description: Academy Award Winning Director, Daniel Junge (Saving Face) and director Bryan Storkel (Holy Rollers: The Real Storyline of Card Counting Christians) squad up with producers Eben Kostbar and Joseph McKelheer (The Hammer) for a detail documentary about the confluence of Christianity and mixed martial arts, including ministries which train fighters. The movie follows few pastors and famous warriors in their quest to reconcile their faith with a sport that many consider violent and barbaric. Faith is tried and questions are raised. Can you really love your neighbor as yourself and then punch him in the face?
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