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Description: If a dance is not danced, it vanishes. If the Dancer Dances follows a group of Fresh York City's top modern dancers as they reconstruct an iconic and mysterious work by the legendary Merce Cunningham, revealing what it takes to hold a dance alive. Timed to coincide with Cunningham's centennial, the movie confronts one of the most urgent problems facing the dance globe today: how do we prevent the loss of masterworks to time?
Description: “The Nice Ebook Robbery,” a fim by Benny Brunner (it comes to us courtesy of the Al Jazeera’s news magazine “Witness”). The movie documents the theft of tens of thousands of Palestinian ebooks and manuscripts by Jewish officials after ethnic cleansing operations by Israeli forces in 1948-49. 750,000 Palestinians became refugees during the fight for Palestine and hundreds of their villages were destroyed. Their ebooks and manuscripts—labeled “Abandoned Property”—were systematically looted by Jewish librarians and others who followed in the wake of conquering Jewish soldiers. Most were deposited in Israel’s National Library. If you are interested in a detailed expose of this act of cultural genocide, please read “Overdue Books: Returning Palestine’s ‘Abandoned Property’ of 1948” by Adalah-NY activist and school librarian Hannah Mermelstein.
Description: A Russian producer, with his directing wife, will create a documentary in Sweden about Scandinavian mentality. Maybe the project can save their marriage. The wife and daughter arrive in Sweden, but the producer does not present up and this is not the first time. He is still in Moscow, drunk and happy.
Description: Based on the bestselling book, this urgent detail documentary from celebrated director Michelle Latimer will take viewers on a adventure into the mind of one of the world’s foremost Indigenous intellectuals, and one of our best storytellers: Thomas King.
Description: In April 1999, one of Britain’s most celebrated and loved tv presenters and newsreaders, Jill Dando, known for her work on the Six O'Clock News, Crimewatch and Holiday, was shot and killed on the doorstep of her home in the middle of the day. It was a crime that reverberated across the country, from the millions of tv viewers used to seeing Jill in their living rooms, all the method up to the heart of government - even the Queen commented on Jill’s death. Now, ahead of the 20th anniversary of her murder, this movie says the full storyline behind one of Britain’s most high-profile unsolved killings, as said by the folks at the heart of the case.
Description: An avant-garde movie presented as part of an exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art. From MoMA's catalog: "For the monumental installation Enjoy Dead; True Time, (director Douglas) Gordon arranged for a circus elephant to be transported to Gagosian Gallery, in Fresh York City, where he filmed it obeying a series of commands (repeatedly lying down and then awkwardly struggling to rise). Like many of Gordon's protagonists, the elephant is topics to greater forces, beyond its controL Simultaneously presenting few various versions of the scene, in front and rear projections and on a monitor, the work depicts the happening from a range of perspectives rather than from a single static viewpoint."
Description: In Peru, Sergio García Locatelli visits both those territories where human life is fragile and private fate is uncertain and those where death reigns, territories where everything is already lost, where appeal is not possible. A walk in find of the meaning of death that is now a celebration of life and the living.
Description: In full-on investigative mode, reporters from The Fresh York Times, The Wall Road Journal and Hollywood Reporter doggedly pursue the storyline of US $3.5 billion missing from a Malaysian wealth fund. They trace the dirty money, via true estate deals and film financing, back to the top tiers of the Malaysian government. Incredibly (but oh, how fitting!), the audacious swindlers chose to back the 2014 blockbuster The Wolf of Wall Street. Hollywood A-listers, including Leonardo DiCaprio, attended lavish parties hosted to open the film. The embezzlement was orchestrated by a flamboyant fancier, Jho Low, and Riza Aziz, the stepson of the then-Malaysian Prime Minister. As the truth finally comes to light, assets are frozen and the fall-out begins.
Description: The James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement of 1975, hailed by governments as a model for future land claims and self-government settlements - is considered Canada's first "modern Treaty." 15 years later, Robert Bourassa's dream of northern hydro-electric power has become a nightmare for the James Bay Cree. In FLOODING JOB'S GARDEN, Boyce Richardson revisits communities he first filmed in the 1970s, before Hydro Quebec began its work, documenting 20 years of heavy change in Cree country. As Bourassa and Hydro Quebec prepare for Phase 2, the Crees are mounting an international campaign to protect the environment and ensure responsible development.
Description: The Chinese global machine has been invited to revitalise the ailing Swedish city of Kalmar. The town's mayor has invited a Chinese company to build a trade centre and 300 homes, but all does not go to plan. An amusing and deeply relevant film, which shows the fault lines that emerge when the tigers of the developing globe test to expand into Europe.
Description: The right to freedom of speech is an essential element to democracy. In our so-called democratic countries, is there zone for a concrete exercise of such inviolable right? Or is its guarantee a utopian Constitutional ideal? In 2002, pirate local TV stations started to spread throughout Italy, as an respond to the lack of public access tv and a statement vs the oligarchic control over the most influential medium. INTERFERENZE explores the intriguing storyline of what became known as the Telestreet network through the private experience of the members of Orfeo TV, the pirate station who initiated the movement. —Zoe D'Amaro
Description: The border between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland has meandered across rural Irish farmlands since its creation in 1922. Throughout this time movie teams and journalists have descended upon the border, attempting to understand its absurdities and contradictions – and the turmoil it can cause. At yet other crucial moment in its history, Border Country: When Ireland Was Divided brings almost 100 years of archival footage together with the stories of folks whose lives have been affected by the border.
Description: An avant-garde meditation on obsolete technology. The movie is of a 1930s Rheinmetall typewriter owned by the director. The movie itself is projected by a 1960s-era Victoria 8 projector. This exhibit was displayed at the Museum of Modern Art.
Description: The death of Michael Brown, shot by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer in 2014, was national news after protests erupted there. But the history of Ferguson, a formerly whites-only "sundown town,” and the neighboring black city of Kinloch, actually semi-abandoned, is not well known. Incorporating reflections of residents of Kinloch and Ferguson (including Gillooly, who grew up in Ferguson), this movie explores the relationship between these two towns. Beginning with a 1960s roadblock that divided then-white Ferguson from black Kinloch, the movie depicts a micro-history of race relations in America.
Description: Three billion miles away a grand-piano-sized spacecraft is speeding through the outer solar system at nearly 1,000 miles per minute. After nearly a decade in space, the Fresh Horizons zone probe will have just 86 seconds to finished its basic mission: Explore the planet Pluto. This time-sensitive unique will showcase the first quality pictures of Pluto that the probe will capture.
Description: Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Film Theater chronicles one of the most prominent struggles that took zone in the heart of Istanbul between 2010-2013 and paved the method to the Gezi Resistance.
Description: Here is the “lower-risk consumption room”, the drug injection room that opened in October 2016 in a building at Lariboisière Hospital in Paris. A zone that the movie never quits, except for a several seconds out on a stretch of pavement, as the credits open. One or two shots are enough to establish the exterior and remind us of the hostility of some nearby residents – the glimpse of a board tied to a window: “No to the drug injection room”.
Description: The planets, stars, and everything you can see are less than 5 percent of the universe. What is the another 95 percent? Dark Universe examines the invisible dark matter underlying galaxies that, together with dark energy, accounts for that another 95 percent of the universe’s total energy and mass. Narrated by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Description: A documentary of a gay couple's determination to be parents despite considerable legal and cultural limitations. Prevented from adopting a child, or accessing IVF facilities or commercial surrogacy in Australia, Tony Wood and Lee Matthews embarked on an international surrogacy arrangement that takes them to Iowa for the birth of their son.
Description: In 1968, at the ripe age of 26, Peter Kalikow was certain he should build a better vehicle than anyone else. He took the cash he made in construction and place it all on the line to take on the automotive establishment. Three years soon his vehicle graced the cover of Street & Track magazine and debuted to critical acclaim at The Fresh York International Auto Show. Then fate struck and the vehicle known as The Momo Mirage became just that- a looming vision on the horizon, weighing heavily Peter for more than 40 years.
Description: Released in 1995, Paul Verhoeven's Showgirls was met by critics and audiences with near universal derision. You Don't Nomi traces the film's redemptive adventure from notorious flop to cult classic, and maybe even masterpiece.
Description: Cinematographer Dieter Plage follows Bat Conservation International founder Merlin Tuttle across five continents, capturing all aspects of bat behaviour with slow-motion photography. You'll see bats courting, rearing their young, and hunting prey. You'll witness the symbiosis between bats and desert cacti, tropical rain forest trees and the African baobab "tree of life." You'll meet bat conservationists the globe over, from Thai monks to Australia's "bat mums."
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