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Description: The Rites of Magick is a detail length (90 minute) dramatic documentary on the rites, ceremonies and meditative practices of America’s oldest continually operating Magical tradition: The Order of the Temple of Astarte in Southern California. The O.T.A. is the religious-fraternal order of The Church of the Hermetic Sciences incorporated in 1971. This production was filmed and video-recorded in temples, outdoor henges, and retreats of the Order from 1974 to the 21st century. It is divided into six chapters: Hermetic Yoga, Pathworkings, Seasonal Ceremonies, The Magical Eucharist, Enochian Watchtowers, and -- as a unique premium detail -- a surrealist Alchemical Fantasy from the talented avant-garde filmmaker Eric Bossick.
Description: Armin Linke’s Alpi is the effect of seven years of research on contemporary perceptions of the landscape of the Alps, juxtaposing territories and cases across all eight bordering nations. Alpi shows the Alps as a key location, owing to its delicacy and environmental importance, where one can observe and study the complexity of social, economic, and political relationships. Even if the imagery of Alps is still that of a globe that is pre-modern, Alpi presents that special landscape as a laboratory of modernity and its illusions.
Description: Twenty years ago, a young American hiker called Chris McCandless, the accomplished son of successful middle class parents, was found dead in an abandoned bus in the Alaskan wilderness and became the topics of the best-selling ebook and film “Into the Wild.” Now, PBS retraces Chris McCandless’ steps to test to piece together why he severed all ties with his past, burnt or gave away all his money, changed his name and headed into the Denali Wilderness. McCandless' own letters, released for the first time, as well as fresh and surprising interviews, probe the mystery that still lies at the heart of a storyline that has become part of the American literary canon and compels so many to this day.
Description: After losing his job, a record-holding professional football user refuses to sacrifice his blindingly obsessive dreams of returning to the NFL in the face of his new, harsh realities.
Description: Dabbling in the occult is widespread and often thought of as harmless entertainment. But this video shows why it is risky to receive involved with spiritism, fortune telling, witchcraft, magic, and Satanism. The tool introduces the true life stories of those who have been involved in these activities and shows the method out based upon a Biblical perspective.
Description: Captivated details insights from media experts as well as private stories from individuals and families who have escaped media addiction and learned to create discerning and God-honoring choices about their test of media technology.
Description: In the 1980s, ruthless Colombian cocaine barons invaded Miami with a brand of violence unseen in this country since Prohibition-era Chicago. Cocaine Cowboys is the real storyline of how Miami became the drug, murder and money capital of the United States. But it isn't the entire storyline - Pulling from hundreds of hours of extra interviews and recently uncovered archival news footage, Cocaine Cowboys has been RELOADED: packed with footage and stories that have never been said about Griselda Blanco, the Medellín Cartel, and Miami's Cocaine Wars, with firsthand accounts by hit boy Jorge 'Rivi' Ayala, cocaine trafficker Jon Roberts, smuggler Mickey Munday, and others. Cocaine Cowboys: Reloaded recreates Miami's Cocaine Fights like you've never experienced it.
Description: Due to his video and interview based investigations of a top-secret, marginalized class of book-scanning workers on the campus of Google headquarters, Andrew Norman Wilson was fired from his job there as a video editor. Workers Leaving the Googleplex is the effect of these investigations.
Description: This documentary explores the universe of one of the last muleteer families in Colombia and follows the lives and mule train of two brothers, one forced by the disease of their mother to actually live in the city, the another still living in their mountain house, as they receive together for an epic mule driving adventure to the highest peaks of the Andes. The game means inside the mountain and is a metaphor of today's rural life in Colombia.
Description: Close to an Siberian industrial town stands a natural reserve made of rocks, birches and isbas. On this territory, folks search refuge in other world. In the nature, between the climbing and the parties, folks live and breath what never existed in Russia: freedom.
Description: Guided by the sheepbells of a flock and by the evocations of the lost, this movie is a voyage through storms; those of the mountains and winter, those of bodies and souls, those which remind us that which nature has not obtained from our reason, obtaining from our madness.
Description: Lolita hates to smile. Kévin doesn't know how to sell himself. Hamid doesn't like bosses. They are twenty. They have no qualifications. They are looking for work. Over six months, the coaches of an employment consultancy firm are going to teach them the attitudes and language needed to receive a job in today's market. Through this apprenticeship, the movie reveals the absurdity of these fresh guidelines of the game.
Description: This movie looks at Muses's whole career, and by using rare performance and interview footage of the band, contributions from their closest colleagues and from those who have witnessed and written about their journey, plus seldom seen photos, news reports, stage shoots and a range of another features, creates the finest documentary to date on this extraordinary band, the melody they create and the lives they lead.
Description: From the Sahara to Mellila, witnesses talk about how they narrowly escaped death, unlike their companions - all migrants who were literally and symbolically swallowed up by the frontier.
Description: Russian folks are passing before us during an unlimited train adventure in winter. We lose ourselves in their speeches, gestures, faces, eyes. Anecdotes turn into admissions. Memory invades the compartment and seizes the empty territories of the present. The train continues through the snow, cold and grey fog… An unlimited movie existing somewhere between the ephemeral and the eternal.
Description: Featuring rare archive and strong testimony from former Red Guards and Rebels, CHINA’S 3DREAMS takes us directly to the perspectives of China’s people, in stories that develop over eleven years. It explores, through their eyes, how China's disclaimers affect the lives and the happiness of its people, especially the common dreams that drive their values and actions.
Description: India. No another country presents so many contrasts. Ethnical, religious and economic.The challenges of today however, are economic growth at any price – rapid population growth – and ecological balance.The list of endangered species at home in India is long.
Description: 'You can receive it if you really want.' If this sentence applies to anyone, then it most definitely applies to Florian Burkhardt. He achieved nearly everything he wanted. Except the one thing that was most necessary to him: escaping himself.
Description: A short movie produced during a photographic expedition of the Svalbard Archipelago. It takes the natural highlights of the expedition and contains Bråsvellbreen, Storøya, Alkefjellet, polar bears, walrus, and phenomenal seabird colonies.
Description: Mitch is an artist, Mitch is schizophrenic. That’s what he claims, facing the camera. And Mitch is his self-portrait, showing a boy of 40 who uses the camera and movie as a form of therapy. So (a decisive gesture here) this is about reversing perspectives, in order to follow in his footsteps.
Description: This is a movie about Christopher Kirk, an American IT guy who moves to Colombia after reading about Pablo Escobar’s hippopotamuses. It is also a movie about the storyline of V., a storyline that Kirk obsessively says and retells about his infatuation with a mysterious Japanese-columbian woman. A storyline that may or may not have to do with his arrest in 2009 in Brazil for international drug trafficking. Moreover, it is also a movie about two directors.
Description: The docu-fiction GARUDA POWER is the final effect of many years of research about Indonesian Action Films - or what's still left of it. It focuses on Action Films from the first Chinese-influenced martial arts films of the 1930s, the James Bond copies of the swinging 1960s, the Bruce Lee-alikes and super character comic ebook adaptations of the 1970s, the golden age of the 1980s up to newest worldwide success of the two RAID movies.
Description: 'Chasing after the wind' is a portrait of Gustavo, a marginal hero whose intimacy opens a window to the social and cultural fabric of a neighborhood at the peak of change. Gustavo is a wild boy living at a nostalgic zone yearning for the lost essence of its past. Each night, Gethsemane becomes Gustavo's scene, while he slips into the dark corners of the neighborhood. This movie is a contemplation of a shared impermanence, where Gethsemane's debris bears witness of the end of a community, but also of a human being.
Description: What does a rural city in South Carolina have to do with China? Americans consume nearly twenty billion fresh stuff of clothing every year, and at least one billion of them are made in China. Cotton Street uncovers the transnational movement of cotton and says the stories of workers lives in a conventional cotton supply chain. From rural farms in South Carolina to factory towns in China, we span the world to encounter the industrial processes behind our rapacious consumption of cheap clothing and textile products. Are we connected to one other through the things we consume? Cotton Street explores a contemporary landscape of globalized labor through human stories and provides an occasion to reflect on the methods our consumption impacts others and drives a global economy.
Description: Black and white photos shot at night. A camera roams the roads of Montreal in find of sounds, smells and sensations. From the first frame, NIGHTS stakes its ground as a poetic, nomadic experience, an open-ended essay about the countless inner worlds that inhabit the big-city night. Testimonials and confessions gradually emerge, from a photographer to a truck driver, from a baker to a blind girl who had to learn to “see” the globe differently. Their experiences overlap, but are unalike. We have the feeling of living various lives, vs the grain of normality, and we are not alone in this. Diane Poitras achieves nothing less than the reconstitution of a parallel community.
Description: The movie traces modern-day slavery in Cambodia by disclosing the fate of this young girl and following, in parallel, the everyday lives of two human traffickers, a local recruiter and the head of an agency. Cambodian folks call these traffickers Mey Kechol: The Storm Makers.
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This documentary exposes the truth about how journalists are in danger for exposing crimes and corruption committed by the Sri Lankan state. Sinhalese are not exempt from the wrath of the government for speaking out vs corruption, or speaking out vs atrocities committed vs Tamils on the island nation.If Sinhalese journalists are being targeted by the state for dissent, how much worse would Tamils have been treated during and after the ethnic conflict by Sri Lankan government forces?I highly suggest this movie lovers of human rights and justice. However, viewer discretion is advised due to disturbing content...
Sri Lanka may not be Syria, Libya, or Egypt, to receive the Media attention on the lack of Media Freedom, due to GoSL intelligent strategies. Nevertheless this documentary by Norwegian Director Beate Arnestead, got chosen in Movie festivals and reveals brave journalism. This movie with another factors raises few questions...The Sinhalese Journalist Lasantha Wickramatunga, wrote in editorial before he was killed by the Govt. 'Then they came for me'Fortunately the exiled Journalists from this film have a siteAlso Media freedom is addressed in the Award-winning British Channel 4 documentary: Sri Lanka Killing Fields
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