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Description: Across Fresh York City, a bold experiment in participatory democracy is underway. Since 2012, the town council has steadily increased investment in a process named “participatory budgeting”, wherein community members gain a role in deciding how to spend part of a public budget. Following the process over one year in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park—a multicultural neighborhood undergoing gentrification—this quietly observed, verité documentary asks what happens when community members come together to discuss and decide what development could look like in their neighborhood.
Description: Originally broadcast on PBS, the movie details the Barrios, a middle-class family both activated and fractured by the conflict. Instead of fleeing their country, the siblings are guided by a religious and socialist desire to support those most vulnerable and destitute, mostly peasants in the rural areas.
Description: A documentary that chronicles the newest years of the popular C.D. Guadalajara, a Mexican football club commonly known as 'Chivas', their ups and downs, victories and struggles.
Description: Documenting the real life storyline of Jake Korell, a 98 year old German born Russian immigrant American trapper, depicting a method of life that may be gone forever but which holds many life lessons in the struggle for survival that are still relevant today.
Description: Charles Santore, in an expansion of his discussion in “Oz: The American Fairyland” (1997) (V), says about his experience making an abridged storybook of “The Sorcerer of Oz”. He says of his inspirations, the tiny woman who modeled for Dorothy, the tin boy in folk art, and a left to right progression in a adventure of identity, with opposing forces pushing the movement in art back to the left.
Description: "The Undefeated Femininity" - a movie about Gun Grut Bergman. In September 1949 Ingmar Bergman left his wife and five children, and escaped to Paris with a fresh woman, Gun Grut. It was the beginning of a passionate love affair, an enduring jealousy drama and a fresh theme in Bergman's films. Actually their son, Ingmar Bergman Jr, walks in his parents' footsteps, from Paris to the home on Grev Turegatan 69 in Stockholm.
Description: Anindilyakwa man, Steve 'Bakala' Wurramara is afflicted with a profound hereditary neurodegenerative disorder. While modern medicine looks for answers, the stories of an ancient curse and black magic still permeate this remote Aboriginal community in far northern Australia. Bakala enlists the support of his daughter to find for a cure from the traditional bush medicines in the land, desperate to search an respond before she too is diagnosed. As his desperation grows and his disorder takes an ever greater hold, Bakala realises he gotta war this ancient curse to unblock the secrets of his Ancestors.
Description: Though very polite and British, this feature-length documentary about German filmmaker Wim Wenders offers the most penetrating insights and the greatest overall critique of his work that I have encountered anywhere. Paul Joyce, who directed it, has also made documentaries about Nicolas Roeg, David Cronenberg, Nagisa Oshima, and Dennis Hopper, and he knows the conventional format well enough to receive the most out of it. There are nice clips and interesting commentaries from the interviewed subjects, who contain Wenders himself, cinematographer Robby Muller, filmmaker Sam Fuller, novelist Patricia Highsmith, musician Ry Cooder, actors Harry Dean Stanton, Peter Falk, and Hanns Zischler, and critic Kraft Wetzel, who is especially provocative. A must-see for Wenders fans, highly suggested for everyone else. –Jonathan Rosenbaum, 1989
Description: Documentary movie recounting the travels of Captain Hassoldt Davis and his wife, Ruth Staudinger Davis, across the Ivory Coast. The Davises filmed their exploits, seeking out in particular evidence of the beginnings and native practices of witchcraft and sorcery, and culminating in a visit to the village of YHO, ostensibly a village of sorcerers.
Description: Filmmaker Diego Gutiérrez joins 'The Hut Syndicate', a mysterious group of hunters, during one hunting season and witnesses their longing to hold their vanishing globe alive.
Description: What happens in your childhood defines your life, according to artist Armando. His childhood was defined by one crucial incident; a man kills a German soldier in the woods during the Second Globe War. The storyline recurs in Armando’s work in many forms.: an ill-fated event, a victim that becomes a perpetrator, a guilty forest that witnessed everything but remains silent. Was Armando involved in the fateful happening or did he invent a tragedy of mythological proportions? Filmmakers Sjors Swierstra and Roelof Jan Minneboo go in find of answers.
Description: Short movie about an animal in captivity longing for the outside. An animal that, like us, dreams, is intelligent, curious, social and sensitive, and in whom we can clearly recognise a soul. The piglet in this film invites us to see the globe through his eyes, which will forever change our view on pigs.
Description: Human stem cells can be used to cure diseases. But are embryonic (baby) stem cells as effective as those from adults? What is the recent research on the topic? What could a Christian believe? In Cloning, Stem Cells, and the Value of Life Mike Riddle addresses the ethical problems surrounding embryonic and adult stem cell research, while deflating the myths and false reports given by the media. The value of human life is inescapable in his hard-hitting conclusion.
Description: Month after month the globe witnesses hurricanes, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, tsunamis and myriad another life-shattering events. It Is quite understandable, therefore, that boys and girls demand a logical respond to the question, "Why would a loving God let death and suffering?" That question is answered here. This unique, fresh DVD was shot on-location in the hurricane-ravaged community of Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Documentary footage complements the illustrated presentation of AiG's recent speaker, medical internist Dr. Tommy Mitchell.
Description: Tag Vashro travels by bike from Boston to San Diego through the southern regions of the United States. As he travels, he meets fascinating folks and asks them how they ended up where they are. He meets Dave, an alcoholic from Virginia who is trying to reach his family in North Carolina. A girl in Fresh Orleans who used to be an acclaimed designer in Fresh York but realized it wasn't the right life for her. A fisherman living in a self built, single room house in the marshes of Louisiana, wondering how the oil spill will affect his life. These folks along with nice experiences and scenery say a storyline of nice journey and human experience.
Description: This special presentation received a standing ovation at Creation 2003. Anatomist Dr. David Menton escorts you on a adventure into the marvelous intricacies of the human ear and eye, which both have the clear stamp of the Author and leaves skeptics speechless!
Description: By taking an interest in sign languages, Nurith Aviv invites us to expand our perception of the human langage. Three generations of deaf and hearing persons, as well as researchers from a specialised laboratory from the university of Haifa create us explore the languages, complex and diverse, that exist today in Israel.
Description: Circumcision is not a trivial act. For those parents, mostly "mixed" couples from various religious origins, a choice has to be made before the birth of their children, whether religion has a role in their lives or not.
Description: Documentary about the influence that master cello user Paul Katz has on four gifted cello users over the zone of few years. It explores how melody can influence and enhance the lives of both the teacher and his students.
Description: Boldly discussing a subject that many Christian leaders avoid, Ken Ham gives biblical answers to the normally divisive "race issue": - Did belief in Darwinian evolution fuel racism? - How has evolutionary teaching in schools had a devastating result on relations between various folks groups? - Why has skin "color" become an excuse for prejudice? - What does the Bible tell about "interracial marriage?
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