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Description: BRAVE NEW WILD is an offbeat chronicle of America’s Golden Age of rock climbing before and after the controversial ascent of the Dawn Wall in 1970. Some forty years later, Oakley Anderson-Moore, the daughter of a pioneering climber, stumbles upon her father's old hi8 tapes, and sets out to respond the question: why climb when there's nothing to gain -- and everything to lose? Wry humor and an eclectic original soundtrack punctuate the delinquent antics of the Vulgarians in the ‘Gunks, the larger-than-life rivalry of Yosemite’s rock gods, and the fruit tramping, freight train hopping hobodom of her dad’s climbing life. This movie is quintessential viewing for those who long for adventure.
Description: California, the lord of craft beer. In the most epic of street trips, follow along as we learn about California's nice beer culture, history and influence from many of the leaders in the industry, including Sierra Nevada, Stone, Lagunitas, Ballast Mission and Anchor Steam. 80 breweries. 1 month. This is Craft: The California Beer Documentary.
Description: A remarkable movie from the National Geographic's daring EXPLORER series, ICELAND RIVER CHALLENGE follows twelve modern-day pioneers on a treacherous expedition down a remote Icelandic river. Ruin through waterfalls and glide through sparkling glacial tunnels on this breathtaking journey. Using kayaks, inflatable rafts, and ultralight aircraft, the adventurers adventure through the beauty and isolation of this risky waterway. Come discover a river that has, until now, defied exploration; witness the heart-stopping power of nature in all its glory with ICELAND RIVER CHALLENGE.
Description: The "caminante" refers to a hobo who roams the countryside, a nomenclature preferred by Carlos, who once traveled all over Uruguay before becoming a homeless vagabond, or "bichiome", in the town of Montevideo. The movie presents a portrait of society through the life of one marginalized individual.
Description: Nana and her co-workers realize that their repeated weekends at work and overtime is wrong. They decide to do something fun instead of working overtime and they begin to knit. They break down a worn out shirt to test as thread and color the city. They create a plan to 'terrorize the city' at night when everyone's asleep but it's not that easy. Nana thinks of a method to bring change to their lives and thinks of making a social company labor board.
Description: Anita, Rita, Ricardo and Andrés have been attending a school for kids with Down syndrome for 40 years. After all this time, they are starting to tire of this safe, familiar environment. Actually over 45 years old, some of them feel that working in the school bakery is no longer a challenge. They also yearn for freedom on a more private level. Anita and Andrés are in love but still live with their families. They dream of finding a quiet zone to be alone together, and they wish to receive married and raise a family. Sadly, the society they live in is not equipped to cater to their desire for more independence. In spite of the training they obtain on becoming “responsible adults,” all four of them remain dependent on others to create decisions for them, much to their frustration.
Description: Drones. These unmanned flying robots–some as huge as jumbo jets, others as tiny as birds–do things straight out of science fiction. Much of what it takes to receive these robotic airplanes to fly, sense, and slay has remained secret. But now, with rare access to drone engineers and those who fly them for the U.S. military, NOVA reveals the nice technologies that create drones so strong as we see how a remotely-piloted drone strike looks and feels from inside the command center. From cameras that can capture each feature of an whole town at a glance to swarming robots that can create decisions on their own to giant air frames that can stay aloft for days on end, drones are changing our relationship to war, surveillance, and every other. And it's just the beginning. Explore the cutting edge technologies that are propelling us toward a fresh chapter in aviation history as NOVA gets ready for "Rise of the Drones."
Description: This is a 1995 video shot in a room decorated for Christmas (there's a large decorated tree, presents, decorations, the entire 9 yards). Joannie is the only excerciser and she does it all to Christmas music. The intention of the tape, according to the box and Joannie's intro is to give you a fun workout to do between Thanksgiving and Christmas to hold your stress lvl down and hold you from gaining weight. […] Joannie is perky and slighlty grating at certain parts, but she is obviously trying to be upbeat and praise you for working out during this hectic time (one of the moves she talks about is to mimic holding vacation meal trays!). But the melody is great! There is certainly something to be told for working out to Rudolph in the August heat and humidity. — videofitness.com
Description: Nowhere to Hide follows the medic and father Nori Sharif through five years of dramatic change after the American retreat from Iraq in 2011. While filming stories of survivors, he finds himself trapped between ISIS and the various Iraqi Militias. In trying to save his own family, he is later forced to turn the camera towards himself.
Description: The twins Eden and Léandro were born severely premature. Once out of the belly of their mother, Laurence, they search themselves propelled into the hostile and worrying globe of the hospital, full of the sounds of machines and of doctors in white coats. As the weeks pass in the neonatal service, mother and kids war for survival. Haemorrhages, respiratory problems… Surrounded by the medical team, Laurence lives to the rhythm of the twins, caught between the hope for improvement, fatigue, the ever-present chance that things will go wrong and the fear they will die. The bond between mother and kids is organic, vital. Together, they war fiercely for life.
Description: An approach to a living myth of dance, Alicia Alonso, from the viewpoint of her passion, tenacity and devotion to art. It contains fragments of the ballet Giselle, choreographed by her, based on the original by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot, and of La Diva, choreographed by Alberto Méndez.
Description: Documentary on Alicia Alonso, considered by many critics to be the prima ballerina among all the nice contemporary ballerinas. Alicia discusses her history in ballet, we glimpse her early life and see her dancing in "Giselle", "The Black Swan", the "Grand Pas de Quatre", and "Carmen". We experience her triumph over blindness, the acclaim she has received from audiences worldwide and, above all, her continuing artistry and exhilarating verve.
Description: Tim Laman a photographer for National Geographic and ornithologist Ed Scholes have been traveling to some of the most remote jungles the globe has to offer in find of observing and photographing all 39 species of tropical bird. This particular group of birds are entitled as the “Birds of Paradise” and can be found in some of the last truly wild territories of Fresh Guinea.
Description: Shakespeare’s World is a movie offering an intimate look at the working life of a special theatrical institution. It charts a vivid adventure from the reconstruction in London of the sixteenth-century open-air playhouse to the establishment of a centre housing the theatre, a permanent exhibition and an unrivalled education programme. The movie explores a day in the life of this remarkable enterprise: behind-the-scenes preparations, rehearsals, backstage drama and performance extracts from a production of Romeo and Juliet, together with glimpses into World Education workshops and activities, the exhibition and tours. Actors, musicians, directors, World Education Practitioners and another experts reveal their knowledge of the original playhouse and its practices, and explain how the modern-day theatre continues to enthral and challenge audiences.
Description: In 1975, a seven-months pregnant Vietnamese refugee, Giap, escapes Saigon in a boat and, within weeks, finds herself working on an assembly line in Seymour, Indiana. 35 years later, her aspiring filmmaker son, Tony, decides to document her final day of work at the last ironing board factory in America.
Description: A living room, two video cameras, an armchair, two televisions and a mirror: domestic everyday life in which colleagues, family and mates come together to decipher the life, personality and artistic trajectory of one of the most necessary actresses of Venezuelan Cinema: Hilda Vera
Description: Amidst the famous uprising vs the Syrian regime that began in 2011, a group of former Lebanese detainees decides to break their long-held silence about the horrific years they spent imprisoned in Tadmor (Palmyra), one of the Assad regime's most dreadful prisons. They decide to testify publicly about the systematic torture and humiliation they experienced. To reclaim and overcome this dark chapter in their lives, they rebuild Tadmor in an abandoned school near Beirut. By testing the role of both "victim" and "victimizer," they will relive their survival.
Description: ‘Get Better – A Movie About Frank Turner’ was directed by mate Ben Morse, and follows Frank Turner and his band The Sleeping Souls for a year on the road, but the band swiftly came off the street – and Frank came off the rails before recovery.
Description: Florence Foster Jenkins is known as "the worst singer of all times" and yet she is a cult figure whose recordings still outsell many contemporary singers. Opera superstar Joyce DiDonato interprets the flamboyant "queen of dissonance". The involvement of the celebrated virtuoso makes it possible to contrast two various musical perspectives and gives viewers a vivid impression of the film's key conflict between inner delusion and external reality.
Description: A look at the sex trade throughout western Europe in the wake of the sexual revolution, Innocents Abroad allows deRenzy's camera to investigate live sex shows, prostitution, and more, while contrasting the Europe of old with the progressive attitudes of the early 70s.
Description: A biography of Puerto Rican baseball star Orlando Cepeda, who started his career in the 60's and had to contend with racism inside and outside the ballpark. In San Francisco, he quickly became a fanatic favorite, which led to animosity with legend and fellow squad member Willie Mays. He garnered many awards including Rookie of the Year, MVP, and won the Globe Series with the St. Louis Cardinals. After his retirement, he was arrested for drug smuggling and sentenced to a year in jail. He then turned his life around and became a Buddhist. In 1999, he was bestowed the best achievement any baseball user can obtain -- induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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There is a way to Zappa's madness. One thing a lot of folks haven't picked up on in reviewing this movie is that there are two soundtracks testing simultaneously throughout. Sometimes it's a delay of roughly ten seconds. Another times it's a entire another soundtrack entirely. To really play the film, one gotta ignore the soundtrack that corresponds with the images. Of course, that's like saying you not to think of a pink elephant. I watched this with headphones on. Like listening to any nice album, headphones are the method to go with UNCLE MEAT - be it the album or the movie.One thing folks have pointed out is that Frank reportedly wasn't on drugs when he directed this. However, it's apparent from watching it (and another Zappa films) that many of those who worked with Frank were. He merely turned his cameras on them. Andy Warhol did the same thing with his group. So was Frank exploiting them? Was Andy? Maybe the reason there was a rivalry between the two camps has to do with how related these two artists were in there approach to film-making. By contrast, Warhol was far more minimalist in his approach while Zappa was all about sensory overload. So there are times while watching a Zappa movie one wishes he was a tad more minimalist and where Andy was concerned, the opposite is true.One gotta also realize there's not only two soundtracks testing here, but two movies as well. One is the documentary about the movie and the another is the movie itself. So there is more than merely a nod to the Maysles' GIMME SHELTER in UNCLE MEAT with all the cuts to the editing room.I reiterate, if only Zappa had paid more attention to Warhol's movies and learned to bring things to a minimum at times, this movie might be more accessible. But then that's like suggesting if only Stan Brakhage had used sound more often or Jean-Luc Goddard fewer jump cuts. To every filmmaker his own, in another words. If you are a fanatic of Zappa's, don't miss this one. It makes a fine prequel to 200 MOTELS even though it was finished later.
As I have been a long time fanatic of Frank Zappa's music, I figured he would approach movie with the same satirical sense of humour that often accompanies his music. Boy, was I right! This trippy film, which was started in 1967 as a weak (no)budget Science Fiction movie (with concert sequences by Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention) quickly turned into a cinema verite gratis for all (i.e. the plot was tossed into the dustbin and became a cinematic stream of consciness affair). The movie seems to be divided up into a series of episodes, featuring different members of the Mothers in various roles. This movie should be confusing to the first timer that is fresh to Zappa (it was filmed over a 20 year period,and the entire blob was converted to video format,for home video consumption). Anyone who bought the original soundtrack record album in 1969 will recognize some of the melody that was written for the movie (tho,not all of the melody on the record was used---in fact,a nice block of the melody is not used). Worth seeking out for the difficult core Zappa fan.
If you are a fanatic of the original Mothers of Invention this movie is a gotta see. Frank Zappa takes us back to the early days of the Mothers using private archive footage of himself and the band on the road. This movie is a prequel to Zappa's Masterpiece 200 Motels. Highlights of this film are a Home film montage of Electric Aunt Jemima and a live performance of Frank and the Mothers at the Royal Albert Hall in London England plus the fun side of being on the street and of course Don Preston as the Monster. I want the Zappa Family Believe would release this Film on a DVD because this Movie is a gotta for any Mothers of Invention Fan....Mary Peterpuffer March 16 2008.
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