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Description: The fascinating storyline of knighthood, said through the extraordinary life and times of William Marshal, whom many consider the world's best knight. From Europe's medieval castles to the holy town of Jerusalem, presenter Thomas Asbridge explores William's wonderful life, revealing a rip-roaring journey storyline in the spirit of Lord Arthur's Knights of the Round Table. In a career that spanned half a century, this English soldier and statesman served some of Christendom's best leaders, from Eleanor of Aquitaine to Richard the Lionheart. Marshal fought in wars across Europe, survived court intrigue and exile, place his seal to the Magna Carta and proved to be the greatest mate a lord should have, remaining loyal to those he served through disaster and victory. Then at the age of 70, despite all the odds, he saved England from a French invasion.
Description: A documentary about the legendary and notorious Starck Club in Dallas, TX. The Starck Club was globe renowned designer Philippe Starck's first major design in North America. In addition, it was ground zero for the popularization of the dance drug MDMA, aka ecstasy.
Description: The movie relates how a famous singer/songwriter from Ithaca, NY, Joe Crookston, came to meet a Holocaust survivor from Elmira, Dina Jacobson. After hearing Dina's stories of life in Eastern Europe and her experience at Auschwitz, Joe was inspired to write a deeply moving song on which the movie is based, "Blue Tattoo." The song is said from the perspective of Dina, newly emigrated to America, trying to explain the blue tattoo on her arm to her inquisitive four year old daughter, without destroying her child's sense of innocence.
Description: Only 11 Americans have ever been charged under the Espionage Act of 1917; eight of them since President Obama took office. James Spione returns to TFF with the wonderful private adventures of two members of that octet, Thomas Drake and John Kiriakou, along with accountability advocate, Jesselyn Radack, who helped bring their situations to light. With resonance in the post-Snowden era, Silenced catalogs the lengths to which the government has gone to hold its most damning secrets quiet, in an impassioned and thought-provoking defense of whistleblowers everywhere.
Description: Emerging from the Detroit melody stage of the 1970s in a flurry of long hair and sequins, Alice Cooper restored difficult rock with a sense of showmanship, while simultaneously striking fear into the hearts of Middle America with the chicken-slaughtering, dead-baby-eating theatrics that would cement his identity as a glam metal icon. Meticulously crafted from rare archival footage, Super Duper Alice Cooper says the storyline of the boy behind the makeup, Vincent Furnier, the son of a preacher, who got caught in the grip of his own monster.
Description: Before Lance Armstrong, there was Greg LeMond, who is actually the first and only American to victory the Tour de France. In this engrossing documentary, LeMond looks back at the pivotal 1986 Tour, and his increasingly vicious rivalry with friend, teammate, and mentor Bernard Hinault. The reigning Tour winner and brutal competitor known as “The Badger,” Hinault ‘promised’ to support LeMond to his first victory, in return for LeMond helping him in the previous year. But in a sport that purports to reward teamwork, it’s really each boy for himself.
Description: From a mind unlike any other, Biophilia Live chronicles the multidimensional concert centered on the eighth studio album of avant-garde Icelandic artist Björk. Nickname Fenton and Peter Strickland, special voices in their own right, movie Björk live in performance and punctuate her melody with evocative animation and science and nature footage. The infinitely constructive adventure presents a culmination of work that represents one of the most original musical endeavors of a generation.
Description: The movie shadows Justin Peck, wunderkind choreographer of the Fresh York Town Ballet, as he undertakes the Herculean task of creating the company’s 422nd original piece. Following the constructive process from its embryonic stages to its highly anticipated premiere, BALLET 422 is a strong celebration of the skill and endurance of Fresh York’s most talented dancers—as well as those who remain hidden in the wings.
Description: The iconic voice and noble philosophies proffered by Harry Dean Stanton punctuate this authentic look at life on the edge of wilderness. Follow the cowboys of Montana’s Fishtail Basin Ranch as they survive other calving season.
Description: Twenty years ago, Garnet Frost nearly lost his life hiking near Scotland’s Loch Arkaig. The near-death experience still haunts him to this day, and, in particular, a peculiar wooden stick he discovered serendipitously right before he was rescued. Believing the staff (as he calls it) is now a marker for a fortune hidden nearly 300 years ago, Garnet embarks on a treasure hunt to find for the lost riches. But beneath the find for gold lies a poignant pursuit for life’s meaning and inspiration.
Description: This documentary says two stories simultaneously: it's a profile of Bernard Tapie, a wealthy boy who rises and falls spectacularly in French society and may be on the rise again; and, it's a look at Marina Zenovich's fascination with Tapie, behaving oddly in spite of her awareness that she's being irrational. Politicians, athletes, friends, companions, and journalists comment on Bernard's charm, his rise to prominence in sports and politics, and his subsequent problem with the law. Zenovich becomes fixated on her need to interview Tapie, becoming virtually a stalker in her quest.
Description: A documentary that captures fragments of the lives of the Egyptian Jewish community in the first half of the twentieth century until their second grand exodus after the tripartite attack of 1956. An attempt to understand the change in the identity of the Egyptian society that turned from a society full of tolerance and acceptance of one other to a rejection of the minorities. How did the Jews of Egypt turn in the eyes of Egyptians from partners in the same country to enemies?
Description: Forty years before WikiLeaks and the NSA scandal, there was Media, Pennsylvania. In 1971, eight activists plotted an intricate break-in to the local FBI offices to leak stolen documents and expose the illegal surveillance of ordinary Americans in an era of anti-war activism. In this riveting heist story, the perpetrators reveal themselves for the first time, reflecting on their actions and raising broader questions surrounding safety leaks in activism today.
Description: When Khosrow Vaziri became the Globe Wrestling Federations Iron Sheik and camel-clutched his method to fame in the 1980s, he achieved the American Dream by personifying a foreign villain. Losing his globe championship belt to Hulk Hogan became a defining moment in professional wrestling. These days, the Sheiks smackdowns are on Twitter, where hes gained a fresh following. Once an Olympic hopeful, bodyguard to Irans Shah and pop culture icon, we witness Vaziri struggling with addiction and despair as a family man. But with the support of Torontos Magen brothers, the Sheik starts a street to redemption and renewed status as a public figure. Showcasing his strong past and at times painful present, this is an insightful look at one of wrestlings largest stars, but also a strong storyline of private sacrifice that, in the Sheiks own words, will create you humble.
Description: They experienced perhaps the best crimes vs humanity the globe has ever seen. Yet what do we know about the Holocaust survivors who made Britain their home? Britain's Holocaust Survivors takes a special approach to recording the experiences of the last generation to have living memories of the Holocaust. The movie takes viewers into the homes of a tiny group of extraordinary survivors, saying their stories with sensitivity, humour and compassion. A compelling cast of characters are revealed as they gradually reveal the horror of their past and how those experiences have shaped their lives.
Description: Shot while he was preparing Un Flic, Melville carefully leads Labarthe through the trajectory of his career, from his daring debut The Silence of the Sea to his nice successes of the 1960s, Le Samourai and Le cercle rouge. Labarthe also features the development of the Melville “myth: the dark glasses, the trenchcoats, the Ford Mustang, and his general tough-guy demeanor. This documentary first appeared as an episode on the French tv series "Cinéastes de notres temps".
Description: Made for "Cinéma, de notre temps" series. Interview with Georges Franju (1912-1987), a figure of immense importance in the history of French cinema, not primarily for his movies (exceptional though many of these are) but for being the co-founder, with Henri Langlois, of the Cinémathèque Française in 1936, France's most popular and necessary movie archive.
Description: Second attempt to make a detail movie out of the 200,000-plus feet of movie which Soviet film-maker Sergei Eisenstein shot during 1931-32 in Mexico for American socialist creator Upton Sinclair, his wife and a tiny company of investors. The projected film, to be named "Que Viva Mexico", was never finished due to exhaustion of funds and Stalin's demand that Eisenstein return to the USSR (he had been absent since 1929). The first attempt at editing the footage, in the USA, resulted in "Thunder Over Mexico", released in 1934. In 1940, Marie Seton, from the UK, acquired some of the footage from the Sinclairs in an attempt to create a better cutting according to Eisenstein's skeletal outline for the proposed film. This movie has apparently been lost.
Description: Made for "Cinéma, de notre temps" series. In a peaceful residence near the Loire River, Chabrol raised his favourite characters : monsters. In this documentary, we can see him actively working on the adaptation of Simenon's novel "Betty", and answering the questions posed by Jean Douchet (his former colleagues at the magazine "Cahiers du Cinéma"). Excerpts from The Butcher (Le Boucher), Violette Nozière, The Hatter's Ghost (Les Fantômes du chapelier) and Masks (Masques) will punctuate their meaningful and witty conversation.
Description: Once again in this documentary Franju depicts a distressing scenario, other of those corners of society hidden from daily eyes: the tale of an abandoned dog finally taken to the pound, where a sad fate awaits it.
Description: This Government-commissioned documentary was intended to reflect the modernisation of French industry. However, in Franju’s hands it became an ode to fire and a fascinating portrayal of industrial architecture.
Description: A flickering dance of intriguing imagery brings to light the chances of ordinary movements from the daily which appear, evolve and freeze before your eyes. Made entirely from archive photographs and footage from the earliest days of moving image, All This Can Happen (2012) follows the footsteps of the protagonist from the short storyline 'The Walk' by Robert Walser. Juxtapositions, various speeds and split frame techniques convey the walker's state of mind as he encounters a globe of hilarity, despair and ceaseless variety.
Description: Some folks consider them the greatest part of the film going experience - the Film Trailer. Take a look at the evolution of the "coming attractions" from easy silent movie splices, through the template style of the Golden Age of Hollywood, through Auteurs and finally into the Blockbuster era.
Description: In 1926 the remains of two ships built by the Emperor Caligula were found at the bottom of Lake Nemi, near Rome. Mussolini had the lake drained and established a museum as a celebration of the imperial origins of Fascism, but the museum and ships were destroyed by fleeing Nazis in 1944. The movie commemorates these events. - MoMA
Description: The last representatives of Mixteco culture inhabit a village in the Sierra Madre. Deprived of their identity by modern civilization, they are facing an even bigger threat: a landslide that may destroy the village during the next torrential rains. The mayor tries to prevent the disaster. He wants to invite a geologist, so that the approaching danger can be officially confirmed. But no support is coming and the inhabitants gotta simply wait for the disaster.
Description: Made for Cinéastes de notre temps series. In 1964, few French Fresh Wave auteurs discuss the success and crisis of the wave. Featuring Claude Chabrol, François Truffaut, Jacques Rivette, Jean-Luc Godard, Jacques Rozier, Jacques Demy, Agnès Varda, Jean Rouch, and many others.
Description: This black-and-white movie is a loving portrait of Santiago de Cuba and its people. It provides a view of Cuba as a picturesque country, the product of an earthy mix of black and criollo cultures. The movie uses historical photos which portray the end of the eighteenth century when Haitian slave owners fled with their slaves to Cuba after the Haitian Revolution.
Description: Documentary movie that takes a visual and anthropological adventure through man's spirit across the thin line dividing excessive faith in religious believes and the passion with which he devotes himself to worldly pleasures in a town that coexists in harmony with its double standards. Religion, faith, politics, violence and death are intimately bound in this social portrait.
Description: 'Coffea arábiga' was sponsored as a propaganda documentary to present how to sow coffee around Havana. In fact, Guillén Landrián made a movie critical of Castro, exhibited but banned as later as the coffee plan collapsed.
Description: Working from archives of personal movie footage from a trip to India by the upper class of the late 1920s, a period of powerful anti-colonial outbreak, Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi deconstruct the photos and analyze the attitude and behavior of Westerners in the East.
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We went to the Fresh Jersey Liberty Science Center on Thursday for the premiere of the Imax film, Volcanoes of the Deep Sea, a production conceived by Rich Lutz, a Rutgers University marine biologist. For more than a decade, Dr. Lutz has been working thousands of feet under the ocean, studying life unexpectedly discovered in the late 1970s, down in the deepest abysses of the ocean. These hitherto unknown life forms are growing in the most poisonous atmosphere in the world, the zone around hypothermal vents--the volcanoes of the deep sea. Scientists actually trust that these life forms keep the secret of the origins of life on earth. The scenery is awe-inspiring, never before seen by anyone as it is in the film, since even the researchers have never before been able to flood territories the size of a football field with intense illumination, as director Stephen Low's team did for the film, by attaching lights to the deep sea explorer Alvin. Animations of the current volcanic explosions were so nice and so well integrated into the movie that it was difficult to say if they were true or not. The deep sea monsters themselves are as marvelously bizarre in their appearance as they are in their biology. This is the most impressive, spectacular, absolutely wonderful Imax movie I've ever seen. Forget The Matrix and Slay Bill. Volcanoes of the Deep Sea is the most thrilling movie ever made.
This was the worst IMAX film I have seen to date. The script was fragmented and didn't totally explain much about the things we were witnessing. I expected to see a present about volcanoes and got a present about hot water organisms which was never totally explained or explored. The topics matter was broad and superficial, with a fully unnecessary glossing of the large bang theory and the formation of the universe. I admit the current footage of the underwater structures/creatures was amazing, but those shots were spliced with animated/fictional segments which were not introduced as being fake and would mislead or confuse most people. All the nice shots were repeatedly obscured by the faces of the explores being superimposed on a porthole so that we should share in the expression of their poorly acted surprise. When I see an IMAX I expect a tightly focused exploration of a unique subject and a minimal test of fake graphics, and this one didn't have either. Save your money.
"Volcanoes of the Deep Sea" is an American IMAX documentary from almost 15 years ago and even if director and writer Stephen Weak (co-wrote it with his brother(?) Alex) is fairly experience in terms of documentary filmmaking, the star here is clearly producer James Cameron. And maybe to a lesser extent narrator Ed Harris. Well, the subject is already in the title, but I cannot tell I was well-entertained really. I don't have the largest interest in the subject, but I still felt that this documentary was too dry (no pun intended) and too scientific for the most part. There were certainly some interesting sequences, for example about shrimps burning off their extremities on the hot rocks in order to eat, but it really wasn't enough, not even for such a short movie of only 40 minutes, as usual for IMAX. The ending was also kinda great with a more private approach to the protagonist (and his marriage) but it should not save everything before that. Quite a shame as I usually like nature documentaries and I also like Ed Harris, but this is certainly among the weaker IMAX items I have seen. Sadly, Cameron is often style over substance and not a nice story-teller and this is other example. Not recommended.
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