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Description: Narrated by Liam Neeson, the award winning movie 'Love Thy Nature' vividly illustrates how we've lost touch with nature and presents a compelling situation that reconnecting with the natural globe is the key to both nice health and to solving our environmental crises. Traversing the globe, the movie celebrates the dazzling natural spectacles of our planet while also revealing how a deep connection with nature can transform every of us and inspire us to restore endangered ecosystems, as well as our human family.
Description: Phil Shaffart was not hired by Conor Oberst to create the movie "One of My Kind." He was hired to create sure the guitars stayed in tune. But Phil had a video camera with him as the Mystic Valley Band came together for the first time at Valle Mistico in Tepoztlan, Mexico in January of 2008 and so he started filming what he sensed was something special."When I started filming, none of us had the intentions of turning what was being shot into a film," tells Phil, "but the things we were seeing, feeling and capturing with the melody proved to be inspiring in methods we were not prepared for."
Description: In 458 BCE, Aeschylus staged the Orthasty trilogy. The tragedy culminates in the trial of Orestes, who killed his own mother to avenge his father's death. His acquittal by the Athenian jury place an end to the eye for an eye, tooth for tooth and converted from the Erinias, goddesses of revenge, in Eumenides, as defenders of the democracy, a civilizing landmark in the western culture.
Description: Set in 20th Century Japan the documentary explores the role and power of Central Banks and how they can be used to change a country's economic political and social structures A documentary adaption off the ebook by Professor Richard Werner.
Description: A walk through the cinema of Luis García Berlanga, this is neither a documentary nor a film, but a tribute to one of the best directors of Spanish cinematography. Anything can happen. Their actors don't intervene, but their characters. There are no interviews, but greetings; a mosaic of entrances and exits. It is an invitation to the spectators, a Berlanguiana, an anthology, an allegorical religious play, a verbena.
Description: This is your window into the universe… Hubble was launched in April 1990 on board Zone Shuttle Discovery. Its release into orbit over 500km above the World marked the birth of one of humanity’s largest dreams; to zone a telescope into space, high above the obscuring results of the atmosphere, to gain the clearest view of the cosmos we should hope to see. But in the months which followed it was clear that the dream had turned into a nightmare, as Hubble’s mirror was found to have a flaw. Three years of heartache and large human resolve followed, to mount a rescue point to fix the flaw. The effects were breath taking and produced the most finished view of the Universe we’ve ever had. This is the storyline of the boys and girls who conceived, built, fixed and operated Hubble – the most celebrated science instrument in history.
Description: Overfed and Undernourished examines a global epidemic and our modern lifestyles through one boy's inspiring and private adventure to regain his health from the inside out.
Description: A California family filmed strange occurrences in their home. we investigated to receive the full storyline and never before seen footage of the first documented spirit entity ever captured on film.
Description: In the Netherlands, the final year of elementary school means turmoil for the pupils and their parents. There is no escape from the pressure on kids to score as high as possible on tests to receive into the greatest secondary schools. Parents who can afford it pay for as many personal lessons as possible; another parents place pressure on the teachers. This documentary shows pupils and parents from very various backgrounds going through this process. They struggle anxiously for the same goal: the greatest possible begin in life.
Description: Filmmaker Jan Willem van Dam made a movie in Georgia, following the Revolution of the Roses in 2003, on the borderline of fiction and documentary. The movie is based on 'the life and dreams' of Nini Sardlishvili, a sixteen-year-old Georgian girl. Nini says about her life and dreams, speaks with two elderly girls about past and future and walks among the ruins of a huge, burnt-out Soviet archive. She plays herself in the film, just like the another protagonist, Domestic Intelligence agent Gocha Ovashvili. He travels across the country in response to a remarkable appeal by a Georgian minister (appearing in a newscast), to ask folks if they are criminals. During this futile and absurd quest, he meets mainly aged Georgians, including a shepherd and two monks, and admires the scenery.
Description: Whatever Comes Next is a documentary about the curious and dynamic life of Annemarie Mahler-Ettinger. The movie portrays the painter and scholar, Annemarie Mahler. Born in Vienna in 1926, Mahler fled by herself as a twelve-year kid to the United States and has since 1955 has lived in Bloomington, IN, and in the summers in Woods Hole, MA. The documentary portrays the artist's outer and inner lives, which bridge two centuries and two continents.
Description: Opening with shots of the Basque region, this movie collects the performances of the children's dance group Elai Alai and the Eresoinka chorus. They performed throughout France in order to bring awareness to the reality of the Basque Country and to raise funds to support refugees from the Spanish Civil War.
Description: Only metres above sea level, the nation of Kiribati is on the front line of climate change. Maria Tiimon, a Kiribati girl living in Sydney, is passionate about her homeland and, despite her shyness, is determined to raise the world's awareness of its predicament.
Description: 'In ten years I'm gonna be cruising the coast. Drinking my pop. I'm gonna be kissing all the girls; I'm gonna be singing all the rock.' This swaggering prediction came from ten year old Travis Roberts, aka 'The Human Skab,' at the height of his early melody career. Tiny should he know that in ten years he would now be on the front lines of the Fight on Terror, and that it would be twenty-three years before he would be able to fulfill his dream. Part punk rockumentary, part band ethnography, part fight veteran story, this movie portrays the saga of Travis as he and few another characters embark on a reunion tour, reclaiming the musical phenomenon that was so famous in its original inception.
Description: Carefully composed portrait of prominent modern composer Elliott Carter (1908-1912). Scheffer depicts both the person and the development in his melody and the musical tradition it grew out of, as well as the time in which the American Carter grew up. The result: historical photos of the town of Fresh York, old movie footage, cinematographic finds to illustrate the melody and statements by conspicuous fellow-composers and musicians, including Pierre Boulez and Daniel Barenboim.
Description: In the eighties, the bachelors of the remote Spanish village of Plan in the Pyrenees followed the example of an American Western: in an advertisement, they named on marriageable girls in the ages from twenty to forty to come to their village. The appeal led to piles of reactions and a convoy of eager women. The impressive three-day party yielded a several marriages, but the frivolous action should not deliver Plan from the worrying exodus. The tough farm work still appeals to only a several women, no matter how imposing the view on the inaccessible Pyrenees may be, both in summer and winter. Director Carin Goeijers filmed the inhabitants during their everyday activities at home and on the land and asked them about their loves and lives. She alternates the show with pretty historical footage of the legendary women's convoy.
Description: In okay bye-bye, so called for what Cambodian kids shouted to the U.S. ambassador in 1975 as he took the last helicopter out of Phnom Phenh in advance of the Khmer Rouge, Rebecca Baron explores the relationship of history to memory. She questions whether, "image and memory can occupy the same space." Building on excerpts from letters, found super-8 footage of an unidentified Cambodian man, iconographic photographs from the Vietnam Fight and another partial images, Baron combines epistolary narrative, memoir, journalism, and official histories to question whether something as monumental as the genocidal slaughter of Cambodians during the Pol Pot regime can be examined effectively with traditional methodologies.
Description: American Reflexxx is a short movie documenting a social experiment that took zone in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Alli Coates filmed performance artist Signe Pierce as she strutted down a busy oceanside road in stripper garb and a reflective mask. The pair accepted not to communicate until the experiment was completed, but never anticipated the horror that would unfold in under an hour. The effect is a heart wrenching technicolor spectacle that raises questions about gender stereotypes, mob mentality, and violence in America.
Description: In the male dominated society of Iran, Farahnaz Shiri, the first female bus driver in Tehran, has made her own tiny society in her bus. In Iran there are various sections for boys and girls on public buses. Girls could enter buses from the back door, which is separated from men’s entrance, and could sit or stay in a limited territory at the end of the buses which is separated from men’s zone. But in Mrs. Shiri’s bus everything is vice-versa. She is the governor and the only law maker of her own tiny society. In her bus, boys gotta enter from the backdoor entrance and gotta sit or stay in the limited territory at the end of the bus. Mrs. Shiri is struggling to prove herself in this society and resisting a series of injustices that she faces as a girl in the Iranian society.
Description: From the kids who will inherit the planet comes a collection of songs, activism, and heartfelt hints for protecting the earth. SAVING MY TOMORROW celebrates the wonders of the natural globe and is a call from children to children to support take care of the environment. - Written by HBO
Description: Liu Na’ou’s The Boy with a Film Camera is comprised of five episodes, shot in four towns across national boundaries: Tainan, Canton, Shenyang, and Tokyo. It displays impressionistic road spectacle and photos of quotidian life, as well as excursions by train and ship, unfolding as a personal visual journal and a sort of souvenir, but with refined framing, camera movement, and rhythmic editing. With his own perspective and artistic sensitivity embedded in this film, struggling between being a Japanese colonial topics and a Taiwanese/Chinese litterateur, Liu attempts to transcend geological, national, racial/ethnic, linguistic and medial boundaries, to establish a depoliticized, internationalist, cosmopolitan cinematic utopia, a pure cinema, and a fluid and contested identity.
Description: For a gay filmmaker, filming in Saudi Arabia presents two serious challenges: filming is forbidden in the country and homosexuality is punishable by death. For filmmaker Parvez Sharma, however, these were risks he had to assume as he embarked on his Hajj pilgrimage, a adventure considered the best accomplishment and aspiration within Islam, his religion. On his adventure Parvez aims to look beyond 21st-century Islam’s crises of religious extremism, commercialism and sectarian battles. He brings back the storyline of the religion like it has never been said before, having endured the largest jihad there is: the struggle with the self.
Description: Award-winning documentary about how one Uruguayan leftist survived solitary confinement during the dirty war. The storyline of former Tupamaro guerilla fighter, Henry Engler, whose prolonged confinement and torture during the Uruguayan dictatorship led to a mental breakdown. Today Dr. Engler is a Swedish citizen and a scientist renowned for his research into Alzheimer’s disease. In this impressive documentary, the scientist visits the territories of his painful past, painting an intimate and disturbing portrait of prison life under the dictatorship.
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