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Description: One should describe Lost as a family documentary in the first person; but also as a movie that goes through a nice part of the history of Mexican cinema. Viviana García Besné says how it was that her family, ‘the Calderóns’, played an essential role in the production, distribution and exhibition of that primitive “other Hollywood”. Lost in Time is a touching movie because of those surprises the director finds every time she comes across with that invaluable family footage, which was more forgotten than lost; or when her relatives say stories she thought to be hilarious and made up, and which she soon finds out to be real (like a shattered romance between her grandmother and Ricardo Montalbán, for instance). García Besné makes the most out of the contrasts that surface between the various visual formats she uses and all that found footage she finds. Lost in Time is a master class of cinema, any method you look at it.
Description: In a fishing community of Nicaragua divers are getting sick. They descended to the sea looking for lobster and they returned to the surface with their bodies paralyzed. There is no explanation for a illness never before seen in the community, the old and wise boys spoke out to alert that divers had raised the wrath of the mermaid.
Description: This documentary is about living with Alzheimer's, seen exclusively through the eyes of folks who suffer from it. Eight of them live together under constant supervision and care. They are all in the first phase of the disease: bouts of lucidity, forgetfulness and falling into oblivion constantly alternate. The patients live their lives, as long as they're capable. The movie is a 'tranche de vie': a portrait of the everyday coming and going of folks in that particular and ditto state. It is also the portrait of a brutal illness that irreversible expropriates the memory from the characters. Eventually the characters will have changed. Because of their illness, they may have been disappeared completely, physically or mentally.
Description: The Radiant explores the aftermath of March 11, 2011, when the Tohoku earthquake triggered a tsunami that killed many thousands and caused the partial meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on the east coast of Japan. Burdened by the hard task of representing the invisible aftermath of nuclear fallout, The Radiant travels through time and zone to invoke the historical promises of nuclear energy and the threats of radiation that converge in Japan in the months instantly following the disaster.
Description: "2010 has generally been a wonderful year, but looking back it's the sad loss of my nice mate and musical collaborator Steve Reid back in April that is one of the main things that comes into my mind. As a tribute and also so that he can be remembered I wanted to receive some more of his storyline out there by arranging with the folks at Domino Records to have this unreleased movie from 2006 about the making of our album Tongues released online. The movie shows footage from the studio sessions for the album but also contains live footage from the touring we did that year as well as interviews with folks we worked with such as Gilles Peterson and Nigel Godrich. As you'll see in the movie Steve was an nice human... an wonderful spirit and a strong and soulful musician."
Description: Documentary about two young Spanish filmmakers who challenge Jean Luc Godard to a tennis match, and in the method to the game, they will visit his colleagues, and mates in order to know him, and offer a fresh approach to his work and his personality.
Description: When the graves of former slaves are bulldozed in Mississippi, a native son returns to protect the community they settled - a zone actually threatened by urban sprawl, hurricanes and an unprecedented man-made disaster.
Description: The documentary movie “Šarūnas Bartas: An Units of One” by Guillaume Coudray is a subjective portrait of the popular Lithuanian filmmaker. Coudray first met Bartas ten years ago, when he, then a young French producer, came to Vilnius to work on Bartas’ movie “Freedom” (Laisvė, 2000). Fascinated by the director’s cinematographic work, he wanted to explore what made him and his movies so exceptional. The movie combines interviews of Bartas, talking about his films, his constructive intentions, reminiscing about the beginning of his career as a filmmaker, and Coudray’s private opinion on the director. Including archival footage from shooting sets, the movie offers a rare occasion to know more about the constructive process and personality of the acclaimed filmmaker.
Description: Nocturnal life in the partly deserted dock zone of Amsterdam. Director Marjoleine Boonstra encounters lone wolves, leading secluded lives in makeshift shelters, and folks that work as pilots, night watchmen or skippers. According to a young pilot `it was now like a dream', working by the IJ river at night. And this is what it looks like: a dream world. Between interviews, Boonstra makes her camera glide through the area, along the quay, across the water, along cranes, containers and sea-going vessels. A globe of lamps, reflections and shadows. In this landscape of stone and metal, an extraordinary group of individuals lives and works. For example, an English girl cleans up a submarine for a party, a refugee from former Yugoslavia has created a zone for himself and a night watchman has to `see to it that that boat stays where it is'. Peaceful melody emphasises the relative quiet, in which the interviewees reflect on their lives and the harbour.
Description: In 1976 Niki Lauda survived one of the most popular crashes in Formula One history. Using previously unseen footage, LAUDA: THE UNTOLD STORY explains what happened on that fateful, and near fatal day at the Nurburgring, then follows Lauda’s courageous adventure to recovery culminating in a miraculous arrival in Monza just weeks later. The movie also investigates the impact that his ruin had not just on his own life but on the sport as a whole, looking at the security developments from the 1900s to the show day. Featuring exclusive access to Mercedes HQ and interviews with Lauda, his family, and motorsports legends past and show including Sir Jackie Stewart, David Coulthard, Tag Webber, Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Jochen Mass. LAUDA: THE UNTOLD STORY is a must-see for all motorsport fans.
Description: In 1975, his graduation year at the Movie Academy, director Gerrit van Elst captured his relationship with his father and mother and how they opposed their only child’s decision to go and study in faraway Amsterdam. Twenty-nine years later, he and his camera team are back at his - actually seriously infirm - parents. For this film, Van Elst cross-edited the footage of then and now. A revealing observation of growing old and approaching death.
Description: Aluminum is booming and found its method into each facet of our lives: deodorants, sun lotions, vaccines or filtered drinking water. But what do we now know about the side results of our everyday companions? The light metal comes with massive consequences. Recent research urls it to the increase in Alzheimer's, breast cancer and meal allergies. The complicated mining of aluminum is also an ecological issue.
Description: By reputation, the Nice White Shark is considered to be the most fierce and formidable predator on earth. But, the Nice White is now a superlative predator driven by the urge to endure in a globe of drastically diminished occasions for survival.
Description: It is a storyline of a special family in the world; A documentary on how a former political imprisoned revolutionary in a religious closed society like Iran, turned his house in to an launch Movie School and pave to method for his family to became globe class movie maker and top International award winners , including Cannes Venice , Berlin, San Sebastian , Locarno and many.
Description: A group of kids says to the camera how they torture different animals, such as lizards, cats or mice. One of them says how last summer, after attacking a cat with his friends, he saw something that made him reflect on what they did.
Description: The movie narrates the process in which two female forensic doctors, responsible for the Office of Identification of Legal Medical Institute of Santiago, fail to determine the identity of bodies that presumed are prisoners, detained and disappeared during the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973- 1990).
Description: Goldie, the godfather of drum and bass takes us on a roller coaster ride through his frenetic life. A adventure that takes us from Wolver Hampton to Tokyo, Miami to Hong Kong; through his years in council care and his life as a musician and international pop star. Along the method we meet his family, his collaborators and his celebrated friends, David Bowie and Noel Gallagher.
Description: Docu-film directed by Carlo and Luca Verdone realized on 2013 in opportunity of the tenth anniversary from the actor’s death happened on 24th February 2003. Through this documentary Verdone’s brothers with deep respect towards the Roman actor trace an affectionate and sincere portrait not only about an Artist but, above all, about a boy with his habits, his ideas, his tics, his vices and his virtues. And for the first time Mrs Aurelia – Alberto Sordi’s sister who is dedicated the documentary – opens the doors of the pretty house of Via Druso where the actor has lived since 1958. In this method we are led by Carlo Verdone (a sort of Virgilio whose Dante Alighieri wrote about but we are not in the Hell but in the Seven Heaven where there is the source of the Italian Cinema) and on the hints and staying in silence we can go into the rooms of this unbelievable house which reveals the true, authentic hero of Alberto Sordi.
Description: Journeying through cities, suburbs, plains and deserts, Lawn and Order is a fun, hilarious and touching documentary which reveals the zany and obsessive fascination North Americans have with their front yard.
Description: Documentary on the design and choreography of Oskar Schlemmer (1888-1943), an artist and teacher associated with the Bauhaus. After a discussion of his artistic philosophy and goals, illustrated by his drawings, reconstructions of his choreographic works are seen in action, every with a brief introduction.
Description: Twenty-five years after the globe wide web was created, it is actually caught in the best controversy of its existence - surveillance. With many concerned that governments and corporations can monitor our each move, Horizon meets the hackers and scientists whose technology is fighting back. It is a controversial technology, and some law enforcement officers trust it is leading to risk-free crime on the dark web - a zone where almost anything can be bought, from guns and drugs to credit card details.
Description: Life and death – the large questions: where do we come from, where are we going, and what is the purpose of our existence here on earth... Questions that have been asked since our early existence. However, throughout history we have apparently never recognized the many signs we encountered on our path, and which should have provided answers. Why? The respond is... we ourselves are the problem! We limit ourselves by our limited method of thinking. And if we than do explore certain directives, we begin to distort these so that practically nothing of these remain. It is also the reason why prophets and nice oracles, when they revealed their knowledge and wisdom, were misinterpreted by our own limited method of thinking. Yet... answers and explanations are closer than we would surmise. The only thing we have to do is expand our method of thinking, after which we come to the conclusion that our universe and our consciousness consist of many layers.
Description: This detail documentary takes us back to April 20, 2001, as Quebec Town prepares to host the 3-day Summit of the Americas. A 4-kilometre fence has been erected, cutting off the Upper City from the rest of the city. Thirty-four heads of state from the Americas will meet behind closed doors to discuss agreements for a Gratis Trade Zone of the Americas (FTAA). Those opposed to the FTAA are mobilizing and gathering in Quebec City, too. Few thousand delegates have come to participate in the People's Summit, and tens of thousands will march in protest. Six thousand police officers fill the roads and it looks as if the historic Quebec capital is under siege. The local population fears the worst. Will the Quebec capital become a battleground? Shot in cinéma vérité style by 7 of Quebec's greatest documentary filmmakers, View from the Summit vividly portrays what happens when passionate and constructive protesters clash with the ideologies of those in power.
Description: Leila Khaled was the first girl to hijack a plane. In 1969, she showed her grenades to the terrified passengers by order of the Che Guevara commando unit of the Famous Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Through the ensuing media bombardment, she place the Palestinian nation on the global map. The cute 24-year-old Leila became a character to many Palestinians, including the Swedish/Palestinian teenager Lina Makboul, who is actually a filmmaker. At least Leila dared to do something, Lina thought at the time. She visits Leila 35 years soon with a camera, and finds a girl who does not regret anything.
Description: Filming began instantly after the destruction of Jenin Refugee Camp by Israeli forces. The devastation of a desperate folks is poignantly portrayed. Photos of a harsh reality are prominent - mass burial pits and piles of rubble where homes, businesses and villages once stood. Contains photos from Nablus and another West Bank cities invaded by Israel in early 2002.
Description: Dean Wilson may be Canada’s most strong junkie. He shoots heroin in Vancouver’s downtown Eastside and strategizes with federal health privacy advisors. He is the president of a network of street-level drug players demanding that Vancouver launch North America’s first secure injection website – the most controversial step of a daring fresh drug strategy. Users, residents, activists and police clash while Dean struggles to shake his addiction and discovers an unlikely ally in Vancouver’s conservative mayor.
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Two Hours from London is a brilliant, passionate polemic about the fight in the former Yugoslavia. The final movie by Jill Craigie, it outlines the role played by Serbian nationalism in Yugoslavia's break-up, and how the opportunism of Serbia's president Slobodan Milosevic led to the worst genocide in Europe since the end of the Second Globe War.When Two Hours from London was made in the mid-1990s, the prevalent view in the west, and certainly among the media and political class in the UK, was that the fights in the former Yugoslavia were the effect of ancient ethnic hatreds. What the movie shows is that the predominant cause of the conflict was the drive for 'Greater Serbia'. Far from being a civil war, the fight in the former Yugoslav republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina was an invasion by Serbia, which wanted to carve up huge parts of Bosnia's zone for itself. If Two Hours from London has a fault, it is that it is too lenient on Croatia and its then president Franjo Tudjman. Tudjman's own drive for 'Greater Croatia' was also the cause of nice bloodshed, including the Muslim-Croat fight of 1993-4 - the one part of the Bosnian conflict that should justifiably be described as a civil war. But on almost each another count, Jill Craigie's movie is a magnificent piece of documentary.Its views may have been controversial at the time of its release, but they are actually widely agreed - not least by the United Nations, which actually views the Bosnian fight as an international rather than a civil conflict.
This documentary about the Balkans conflict takes its name from the fact it takes two hours to travel from London to the Balkans by aircraft . This sums up with what`s wrong with the documentary - It does indeed take two hours to travel that distance by aircraft but it takes considerably longer to travel there via rail url , longer still by vehicle and far far longer by walking . Can you see the mission I`m making ? A fact is a fact , a fact is correct but it doesn`t necassarily present the entire picture when another facts are omitted or ignored And that`s the trouble here where facts about the Balkans are ignored or misrepresented , one being that Slobodan Milosevic is a "Fascist " . No he`s not , and I`m not trying to stick up for him but read any ebook by diverse historians from Misha Glenny to Tag Almond and they all accept with one thing : Milosevic was a hardline communist opportunist who switched to a geo-nationalist agenda in order to stay in power . Croat leader of the time Franjo Tudjman was other hardline communist ( Who spent the fight fighting in the communist partizans and had many members of his family murdered by the Croat Nazi ustasha ) who also played the nationalist ticket to stay in power but TWO HOURS FROM LONDON doesn`t bring this mission up nor does it mission out the fact that this was a three sided civil fight where the Bosnians were fighting vs Croats trying to build a greater Croatia and Serbs trying to build a greater Serbia . Instead we`re treated to the opinions of the director`s husband British veteran left wing politician Michael Foot offering his flawed and dodgy opinions on the conflict . Let`s not confuse opinions with fact
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