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Description: WAVEMAKERS is a feature-length documentary tracking an ensemble of fascinating characters in their quest to re-invent and revive a sophisticated early electronic melody instrument that is anything but obsolete: the Ondes Martenot. We follow their pursuit of this inspiring but mysterious device that everyone has heard, but has now rarely heard of – even though it was celebrated as the musical invention of the 20th century. This filmic, sonic and human adventure explores an intense love affair with musical expression and spins the tale of an enduringly cutting-edge technology on the verge of a major resurgence. It bridges a missing url in the history of electronic melody by placing the instrument in a rich artistic and technological lineage.
Description: Web is a thought-provoking and character-based consideration of technology, interdependence, and the Internet. For 10 months, director Michael Kleiman lived in tiny villages in the Andes Mountains and Amazon Jungle in Peru. While there, he lived with families and documented the villagers’ first experience with computers and the Internet via the One Laptop per Kid program. As the kids and their parents engage with communications technologies for the first time, the movie is a deeply relevant consideration of the digital globe we search ourselves in, the tremendous implications we are beginning to see all around us, and the changing definition of connection – both remote technological connection and face-to-face human connection.
Description: Dominic Howes and Joel Weber's intellectual trek through 14 countries attempts to uncover answers to the question, "What does the globe think of the United States of America?" Individuals from all walks of life and myriad cultures freely express their stark opinions -- both complimentary and condemning -- of a nation that may not be loved by all, but leaves several lives untouched.
Description: Human Remains is a haunting documentary which illustrates the banality of evil by creating intimate portraits of five of the 20th century's most reviled dictators. The movie unveils the private lives of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, Francisco Franco and Mao Tse Tung. We learn the personal and mundane features of their daily lives -- their favourite foods, films, habits and sexual preferences. There is no mention of their public lives or of their zone in history. The intentional omission of the horrors for which these boys were responsible hovers over the film.
Description: Evangelical Christians are calling out for a second sexual revolution: chastity. As a counter-movement of the attitudes and practices of today's culture, one in six women in the US has vowed to remain 'unsoiled' until marriage. But the seven kids of the Wilson family, founders of the Purity Ball, take this idea of purity of body and mind one step further; even their first kiss will be at the altar. For two years, the filmmakers follow the Wilson offspring as they prepare for their fairytale vision of romance and marriage and seek out their own prince and princess spouses. In the process, a broader theme emerges: how the religious right is grooming a young generation of virgins to embody an Evangelically-grounded Utopia in America.
Description: “A silent perusal of the Grand Canyon, morning to night, from a single, fixed camera position, by means of constant dissolves spaced a several seconds apart. Boy — entirely absent — is no longer the center of the universe; the canyon exists outside of him. Despite the invisible photographer and his technologically-caused dissolves, this is a creditable approximation of the real foreign-ness of nature.” — Amos Vogel, Movie as a Subversive Art (1974)
Description: THE FAMILY ALBUM is a one-hour experimental documentary movie utilizing a vast collection of rare 16mm home films from the 1920s through the 1950s. These home films are exciting authentic documents of American folk history and culture, taken from the private vantage mission of the amateur photographic eye. Topics span the whole spectrum of the traditional home film idiom, including mixed racial, ethnic, economic and geographic sources. Structured from birth to death, THE FAMILY ALBUM is a collage movie that weaves its elements into a composite lifetime, passing through the celebrations and struggles from childhood to adulthood, from innocence to experience. It is a universal yet intimate portrait of the American family, not scripted, not rehearsed, not immune to the conflicts and contradictions underlying family life and its rituals.
Description: There was a time, not so long ago, when multi-national corporations saw the developing globe merely as a source for natural resources and cheap labor. No longer. In newest years, corporations have opened back offices in countries where costs are weak and ambition is high, most notably in India. The companies that house and staff these offices are known as BPOs Business Process Outsourcing companies. Office Tigers is set in the crème de la crème of BPOs, a multi-national company that provides high-end help work to the worlds top legal firms, investment banks, and consultancies. It takes us inside the closed globe of corporate outsourcing. It introduces us to ambitious and charismatic Office Tiger employees, models for the fresh global economy, and the Americans who strive to tutorial them in their quest to join the ranks of the global business elite. The effects are mixed often comic, occasionally brilliant.
Description: A German engineer wonders where his adopted stray cat goes when he is away from home. After he creates a small camera for the cat to wear, the images reveal more than what he expected.
Description: WHATEVER IT TAKES chronicles the struggles and triumphs of the very first year of the Bronx Center for Science & Mathematics, an innovative public high school set in NYC’s South Bronx. This deeply emotional, character-driven documentary focuses on Edward Tom, the school’s dynamic rookie principal, and Sharifea Baskerville, a talented but troubled ninth-grade girl. Grittily, realistic, yet ultimately triumphant, WHATEVER IT TAKES paints a compelling picture of cutting-edge concepts and dedicated individuals, united in their vision to restore hope to a broken community.
Description: MS Lidvard was shipping corn from Vietnam, arriving in Dakar, Senegal May 30th 1940. The ship was instantly held back by the government, together with eight another norwegian ships. After a year, July 27th 1941, the ship fled from Dakar, to the British in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Description: The archipelago of seven islands situated in the middle Atlantic Ocean midway between the continents of Europe and America enchants, and leads visitors into its own mood of relaxation and adventure. The "Azores" in 3D to take the audience on a trip to the country last bastion in the Atlantic, the resting zone of sharks, whales, manta rays and huge schools of fish as well as whalers and explorers. It convey the 3D films direct experience of nature above and below water. Goosebumps and magical moments included.
Description: "Tale of the Fox" is the Official Eric Carr Video-Biography. When former Kiss drummer Eric Carr died prematurely from a cancer-related brain hemorrhage in 1991, it shook his family, mates and fanatics to the core. Director Jack Edward Sawyers documents the short life of the young rocker through a combination of stock footage, outtakes and interviews with the folks who knew Carr best. Contains previously unreleased material written and performed by Carr during his pre-Kiss time with the Rockheads.
Description: An expedition leaves Ushuaia for the Antarctic circle. Pierre Huyghe, along with six another artists, is brought aboard Jean-Louis Etienne's boat in find of an uncharted island inhabited by a strange creature. Imprisoned by ice floats, they come across an albino penguin that they capture with their recording station. Six months later, on the Wollman Ice Rink in Fresh York's Central Park -- other sea of ice -- Joshua Cody conducts his orchestral score inspired by the expedition's topographical records.
Description: I'm sure all the old time Overkill fanatics out there remember Lee "Rat Skates" Kundrat, the band's original drummer. He's gone into indie movie and video production over the years, and he's just released a DVD named "BORN IN THE BASEMENT" about the early days of not only Overkill but the east coast metal/thrash scenes in general.
Description: For 35 years Clint Eastwood has named Warner Bros. home. In The Eastwood Factor (Extended Version), movie historian Richard Schickel ventures beyond Eastwood’s tough, iconic screen personas to reveal the easygoing and thoughtful boy behind the magic. Morgan Freeman narrates this insightful profile that details memorable movie clips and visits to film locations, the Warner Bros. lot and Eastwood’s hometown Carmel where, with humor, candor and intelligence, Eastwood illuminates the craft behind his legendary work on both sides of the camera to make a rare experience that is pure, unadulterated Clint.
Description: Long before Hollywood started painting white boys red and dressing them as 'Injuns' Edison's company was using the genuine article! Featuring for what is believed to be the Native Americans first appearance before a motion picture camera 'Buffalo Dance' details genuine members of the Sioux Tribe dressed in full fight paint and costume! The dancers are believed to be veteran members of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Filmed again at the Black Maria studios by both Dickson and Heise the 'Buffalo Dance' fighters were called as Hair Coat, Parts His Hair and Last Horse. Its quite strange seeing these films at first they all stand around waiting to start and as they begin some of the dancers look at the camera in an almost sad method at having lost their method of life.
Description: Ah, the '80s! A time of hair bands and their ludicrous MTV videos filled with spandex-clad band members and skimpily clad bimbos. Kiss: Exposed returns us to that forgettable era, as Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons present how to desperately test to remain cock rock's elder statesmen. This 1987 compilation serves up few now-hilarious video clips from Kiss's '80s "unmasked" period, including "Tears Are Falling," "Heaven's on Fire," "Lick It Up," and "I Love It Loud." (Count the fires burning in these classic video relics of days gone by!) Also on hand are Stanley and Simmons themselves, looking properly embarrassed as they act out rock's largest fantasy: lounging by the pool with a bevy of (mostly) bare beauties. The saving grace is the generous selection of vintage live performances: hearing the band do "Strutter," "Detroit Rock City," "Ladies Room," and "Deuce" in its late-'70s prime is worth wading through the outdated '80s-style power pop... if you're a true Kiss fan, of course.
Description: Director Kelly Anderson's private adventure as a Brooklyn 'gentrifier' to understand the forces reshaping her neighborhood along lines of race and class. The movie reframes the gentrification debate to expose the corporate actors and government disclaimers driving displacement and neighborhood change.
Description: BBC's 'Top Gear' presenter Jeremy Clarkson takes other sideways look at the globe of high speed move and high explosives. Along the method in his adventure of discovery he looks at fast-moving planes, boats and vehicles from all over the globe.
Description: One of the best storytellers of our time, and arguably the best mythologist, Joseph Campbell spent most of his long, rich career explaining how ancient myths like the Hero’s Adventure are relevant to modern life. In understanding the importance of myth as a vital, vibrant source of "mankind’s one nice story," Campbell inspired others to embark on a quest for the meaning of myth in their own lives. This biographical portrait, filmed shortly before his death in 1987, follows Campbell’s private quest—a pathless adventure of questioning, discovery, and ultimately of delight and joy in a life to which he said, "Yes."
Description: Produced by ITV Sport, When Playboys Ruled the Globe is a documentary that takes a look at the lives of 1970s legends Barry Sheene and James Hunt. First aired back in 2010, the documentary mixes period race footage, original interviews with Hunt and Sheene and conversations with mates and family. Folks like Stephanie Sheene, David Hunt, Sir Stirling Moss, Maximum Mosley, Murray Walker, Maximum Clifford and Kelvin MacKenzie deliever an interesting perspective on how things were back then. If you haven't seen it already, receive some cold beers and receive ready to be transported back into a time that was magical...
Description: "Mechanical Love" is a documentary on the interrelationship between robots and humans. The movie portrays folks who have a close relationship with a robot, and it takes us from the high temple of robot technology, Tokyo, Japan, to Braunschweig, Germany, to Italy and back to Copenhagen, Denmark. By this globe tour director Phie Ambo seeks to highlight the human need for love and our craving to be loved by others - perhaps the two most necessary aspects of life. Through the main characters, she examines the cultural differences in how we agree emotional robots in the East and the West.
Description: Rocky Braat went to India as a disillusioned American tourist. When he met a group of kids with HIV/AIDS, he decided to stay. He never should have imagined the obstacles he would face. Or the love he would find.
Description: Creating The King of the Rings Symphony contains excerpts of live concert footage from The King of the Rings Symphony: Six Movements for Orchestra, Chorus and Soloists, documentary commentary by Howard Shore, and the illustrations of Alan Lee and John Howe.
Description: End of Innocence is the second official DVD release of Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish. The DVD details numerous clips of the band performing livetracks, including a recording of the band performing one of their first songs; "Beauty and the Beast", with bassist Marco Hietala performing the male vocal part (in the past this part was performed by Tuomas Holopainen or Tony Kakko, from Sonata Arctica)
Description: The mountain-dwelling Aetas have been forced to settle in the lowlands by the sudden eruption of Mt. Pinatubo. With their settlements being closer to the government-funded schools of the Kapampangan townships, the Aeta kids actually have the occasion to study. Jonalyn, one of the elementary school graduates of the ceremony depicted in the confused introduction and an Aeta, seeks to teach her elders to read and write a day before the National Elections. With Jonalyn's effort, the Aetas, for the very first time, have participated in the democratic process that has existed in the Philippines since the early part of the 20th century. source: http://oggsmoggs.blogspot.com/2006/11/manoro-2006.html
Description: Tells the band: "Get your copy and see how one of the most ambitious projects in rock history was made! This spectacular hour and a half long Making of Imaginaerum documentary gives you an inside look to the recordings of the album and the movie. Documentary contains loads of never before seen Nightwish footage! Full documentary is only accessible on Imaginaerum Tour Edition release!"
Description: Casting a Glance is a tribute to the American artist Robert Smithson. Between May 15 2005 and January 14 2007, I made 16 trips to the Spiral Jetty. Created in 1970, the Jetty is a 1,500-foot long spiral-shaped jetty extending into the Nice Salt Lake in Utah constructed from rocks, earth, salt and red algae.
Description: The Pharmacratic Inquisition is a provocative movie from Gnostic Media that makes the argument that virtually all of the mythology, symbolism, and storyline of Jesus and similar Christian traditions relate to two primary subjects: astrology and shamanism. For those unfamiliar with the evidence in help of this claim, this movie can be truly eye opening and revolutionary. This is a DVD companion for the book, Astrotheology & Shamanism. This DVD companion includes about 25% of the notification presented in book, though it includes about double the images. The DVD is not meant to have detailed sources. If you are interested in the sources used for this video, please see the ebook Astrotheology & Shamanism.
Description: A year in the making, Still Screaming is the definitive documentary on the making of the iconic Shout movies. Dive into the fascinating success storyline of the classic trilogy with on-set footage and photos, and variety of brand fresh interviews with cast and team from all the movies including Wes Craven, Neve Campbell, Liev Schreiber, Henry Winkler, Matthew Lillard, Jamie Kennedy, Laurie Metcalf, Parker Posey, Scott Foley and many others. Written and Directed by Ryan Turek and Produced by Anthony Masi.
Description: Like a warped fun-house mirror, the song-poem industry has run parallel to the mainstream melody business for close to a century; it's estimated that over 200,000 song-poems have been recorded since 1900. The genre's durability can be traced to three of our deepest American desires - to be in present business, to receive rich quick, and to share and express our deepest feelings. We meet few of the "songwriters" - from an elderly girl to a young African-American boy to a small-town Iowan with big-time dreams - every of whom has been in the "business" for awhile, churning out odd compositions that cover the waterfront of American obsessions, from Jesus to genitalia, from politics to Elvis. We also meet the producers (often known as song-sharks) who keep out the tantalizing promise of fame to their eager customers, and the has-been musicians who sit in studios, day after day and year after year...
Description: When reading John Irving, you receive the feeling that you are sitting at a table and one of the characters is handing you a glass of wine: Irving is one of the world's most read writers: More than 10 million copies of his 12 novels have been sold in 30 languages. In 2012 Irving will be celebrating his 70Th birthday. The movie visualizes the elation in Irving's novels, a factor which makes him a literary figure of global format: a reality accessible for everyone, approachable though closely knitted plots and inhabited by characters and inventions boasting an exuberant lust for storytelling: the globe according to Irving.
Description: Initially, there's that moment of happiness: an African-American celebrating in Harlem cheers "We're free!" as if Barack Obama's win meant the ultimate end of slavery. AMERICAN PASSAGES is an associative adventure through the United States: a disillusioned Iraq veteran, gay adoptive fathers, black judges, white party animals and a pimp at a casino table in Las Vegas. The extreme contrasts of black and white, rich and poor, winners and losers are often as surprising as the meaning of the constitutional right to the pursuit of happiness in these times of crisis. An epic panorama of America.
Description: Explosive developments - implicating both the forensics laboratory of the police department of North Carolina, and Duane Deaver, its chief - shed fresh light on the situation of murder suspect Michael Peterson.
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