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Description: A friend's death triggers the tale about those of us who search community outside of society's norms. About the struggle to enjoy the part of an adult in a globe impossible to adjust to for many. Jussi's last text message states, 'This globe is not for me.' Who exactly is this globe for?
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Description: A movie about longstanding relationships, family, and the deep consequences of falling in love. While exploring themes of love in music, poetry and art, the filmmaker reflects on his life and the adventures on which love has taken him. Now, a fresh adventure will use him again, an intercontinental exodus to hold his family together. A true and intimate portrait about the complexity of love.
Description: The entire family is supporting with preparations for Danuta and Maciej’s golden wedding anniversary party. Danuta knows exactly what she wants and delegates her wishes to those around her. Her German niece Alexandra, the maker of this film, has travelled to Warsaw to take part. Barely has she sat down at the kitchen table when a heated discussion ensues. Be it abortion or migration, it later dawns on Alexandra that her view of the globe should not be more various from that of her right-wing conservative relatives in Poland. Alone in her ‘liberal’ view Alexandra is mocked as a victim of western propaganda… Filmmaker Alexandra Wesolowski uses a family gathering as an occasion to portray her own family and allows us intimate insight into Polish society and the populist national-conservative Europe of today.
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Description: The movie says of the Armand Denis/Lewis Cotlow expedition that had the two boys cover 22,000 miles through Tanganyika, Belgian Congo, and British East Africa. The high points of their ten-month trip are an impressive elephant hunt by the Pygmies of Belgian Congo, the crowning of Lord Mbofe Mabiashe and the capture of a rhino.
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Description: Algiers, Bab el Oued, 2016. 16-year-old Habib dreams of becoming a veterinary. But as he didn't study, he decided to train a ram called 'El Bouq' to become a sheep war champion. Samir, 42, doesn't have dreams anymore, another than surviving the hardships of his everyday life by selling sheep and test to create some money. As the Eid celebration approaches, Samir has the special occasion to maximize his profits, as the entire country will purchase a sheep to be slaughtered. But for Habib, it's other story. Will 'El Bouq » become a champion? Or will he face a more tragic destiny?
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Leaving the politics out of it, the makers of this are claiming to show a balanced view. It is typical of American rhetoric and the creation of propaganda disguised as fact. Emotional response (and I do empathize with many of the traumatized folks that helped make this "documentary") is the most frequently used software in this movie to show opinion, and any facts are only skewed to represent one side of the discussion.One-sided political rhetoric, which persistently portrays opposition as ignorant, is one of the reasons there is a strong ultra-right movement. Powerful enough perhaps to take control of all our government.The movie does not give equal time, nor give credence, to any opposing viewpoint. It portrays all gun owners as a shill for a political lobby and demonizes, yes, you guessed it, commerce.If you are an anti-gun activist, you will walk away from this statement feeling warm and fuzzy. If you trust in gun ownership, you may sprain an ankle getting to the smartphone to call the NRA membership line.There was no balance, very tiny fact, no clever debate. This will only polarize two already polarized groups. It would have been interesting to see balanced. This wasn't interesting.
Poster's Note: This is an edited for content mail received from Phillip VanCleave,President of the Virginia Citizens Defense League. I have permission to test such."Creative" editing by Katie Couric, has intentionally and significantly changed the response of VCDL members in a fresh video named "Under the Gun" - and I have PROOF.VCDL APPROACHED TO BE PART OF A "DOCUMENTARY" I received an mail in March of 2015 from Kristin Lazure, a producer for Atlas Films, asking if VCDL would be part of "a documentary about the gun violence prevention movement in America." In the email, Kristin said, "Some of the storyline lines we're exploring contain the legislative process on the federal and state level, how the Second Amendment has been interpreted in the wake of the Supreme Court's Heller ruling, and what impact mass shootings like Aurora and Sandy Hook have on gun reform legislation." She continued, "In order to totally understand the complexities of this hot button subject and speak to an audience with varied viewpoints, Ms. Couric is very eager to contain all perspectives in this discussion." As is VCDL's general privacy with the media, we do our greatest to accommodate their requests, as it gives us a possibility to receive our message out to the public. It is a privacy that has worked well for as long as VCDL has been around, with the exception of four times, and this was to be one of those exceptions.THE "DOCUMENTARY" TURNS OUT TO BE AN "INFOMERCIAL" FOR GUN CONTROL While the film claims to be a documentary, it's clear after watching it that it was never intended to be a balanced presentation of the issues.People from another gun groups were also interviewed, but in the end the video dedicated a mere fifteen mins or so to the pro-self-defense side (of which VCDL had only about four minutes), while giving an hour and a half to the antis.CREATIVE EDITING BY KATIE COURIC CHANGES THE VCDL GROUP'S ANSWER TO A KEY QUESTION Katie apparently wasn't getting anything from either the group or me that she should test to further her pro-gun-control arguments. In fact my whole two-hour interview was left on the cutting room floor, but some of the group interview made it into the final film. However, one of the question/answer responses was altered - and therein lies the problem.Watching the video, you hear Katie ask, "If there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorist from walking into, say, a licensed gun dealer and buying a gun?" The camera then shows the group members TOTALLY SILENT FOR EIGHT SECONDS. The camera zooms in on one member, who looks down.The clear implication is that none of the group had an respond for that question and was being evasive and avoiding eye contact.The truth is, and as you will hear in the audio, below, that the group responded to Katie immediately, with answers to her question! Yet the video shows no one responding. Clearly, when Katie didn't receive the answer(s) she wanted, she changed the group's answers by replacing them with another video of the group sitting around quietly between questions.Unbelievable. And extremely unprofessional. In essence Katie lied about the VCDL members' answers. If she so cavalierly lied in this instance, what another things did she alter in this film or any of her previous reporting to advance her own private agendas? While I am used to our side being given less time in the press than the antis are given, I'm not used to having our words changed. That is a large journalistic "no no." Back in 1993, Dateline faked an accidental explosion of a truck to present that model truck was risky if involved in a collision. Dateline couldn't now make an explosion by ruining cars into the truck, so they ultimately, and shamefully, planted incendiary devices on the truck to force it to blow up.What Katie did is similar.Speaking of cheerleading for gun control, at the end of the infomercial the names of eight anti-self-defense groups that participated in the project are prominently listed under the game of "Join Those Already Making a Difference," with viewers encouraged to contact them for more information. Not one single pro-self-defense group, including VCDL, is listed as a source of information.The audio of the full group interview is here, skip to the 36 minute and 43 second tag to hear the question on felons and the answers the group provided. There is no silence, but Katie required something to present gun owners are unreasonable in their opposition to universal background checks, so she provided eight seconds of silence for us: http://vcdl.org:80/resources/Media/katiecouricinterview06182015.mp3As an FYI, my full interview (raw) can be heard here: http://vcdl.org:80/resources/Media/PVCInterview_1.mp3
Stephanie Soechtig got caught. LOL.I guess the documentary was so terrible that she required to 'spice it up' by adding some fiction to the film.Just find "audio shows Katie Couric gun documentary deceptively edited interview pro gun activists" and you'll see how this 'film' represents the worst of the documentary genre.Stephanie you have a responsibility to at least pretend to represent the storyline in a minimally truthful manner. Just how many another edits did you create to spice things up?When did it become OK to release a 'documentary' that was as much fantasy as fact? It reminds me of the '80's when NBC used model rocket engines to set fire to a vehicle so they should prove the mission of their story, that the vehicle was a fire hazard.Good luck on your future films. Actually any documentary you create will be suspect.
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