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Description: Chris Petit & Iain Sinclair's liminal, laminal tribute to underground filmmaker Peter Whitehead, featuring photo manipulation by Dave Mckean & reminiscences from different countercultural characters. A fitting epitaph for an English margin walker.
Description: In the spirit of "American Movie" and "Be Type Rewind," Double Digits introduces us to inspiring, fifty-year-old YouTuber Richard Miller as he directs himself and his cast of dolls and action figures in the weirdest zero-budget detail movies you've never seen. His threshold for success? More than nine views.
Description: From 1942 to 1944, Henri Storck composed his Symphonie paysanne, in which he describes the day to day life and rituals of the farmers on the rhythm of the seasons. The movie is a poem to nature, a lyrical masterpiece on life and death, on animals and plants, on boy and his labour.
Description: Winnipeg, like most North American cities, has been shaped by the automobile. Town planners designed the urban environment around the concept of mobility, and the social and work life of the population followed. The vehicle became a necessity rather than a luxury; our environment demanded that we drive. So what does it mean, living in a car-based society, to create a conscious choice not to drive? In this fresh film, a number of Winnipeggers speak of this choice and the result it has had on their lives. From mothers with young kids to social activists, from artists to human rights workers, they share their reasons for selecting not to drive and the practical consequences in terms of work and social relationships.
Description: Popular for its Heavenly Hots (pancakes topped with fruit compote), Ina’s was a Chicago breakfast institution. Each customer received a warm welcome from proprietor and chef Ina Pinkney, the “Breakfast Queen.” After 33 years in the restaurant business, Pinkney retired in 2013. Following the restaurant’s final month, Breakfast at Ina’s celebrates a beloved Chicago eatery and a girl who achieved her dream vs the odds.
Description: Her ex-wife won’t meet her. Her daughter rejects her. Her mother still calls her “son.” As Marianna transitions from male to female, she is abandoned by her loved ones, alone in a globe unwilling to agree her real self. This multi-award-winning documentary is an intensely sympathetic and strong acc of one individual’s struggle to gain acceptance—even in the midst of profound physical hardship.
Description: This documentary deals with the Maoist insurgency in India. It focuses on the Maoists in Bastar, Chhattisgarh fighting vs industrialists in Niyamgiri, Odisha, and protesters acting in memory of the Leftist revolutionary Bhagat Singh in Punjab.
Description: Evoking a cinema verite feel not found in most sports documentaries, Quick Break examines the 1977 Portland Trailblazers basketball squad in a surprisingly private and compelling fashion. Inter-cutting excerpts from the 1977 playoff / championship season, the movie steps outside of the basketball court, and into the daily lives of the Trailblazers, as well as their coach Jack Ramsey. Whether it’s biking the Oregon coast with star center Bill Walton, hosting a children basketball camp with Dave Twardzik, or joking with Maurice Lucas at the pool – Quick Break lets the users speak for themselves: about basketball, life and testing in Portland. Quick Break, a movie documentary about Bill Walton and the Portland Trail Blazers winning the 1976-77 NBA game and the aftermath of their accomplishment, is the best film I have ever seen on the topics of professional squad sports, basketball as a metaphor for life, and the excellent practice of Zen Buddhism in American society.
Description: Since the late 1970s, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs wrote the future of computers with a war between the Mac and the PC on the main stage. Their rivalry was so spectacular that it almost embodies the whole digital revolution. Both boys dropped out of college and changed the globe with their ideas, and even though they were adversaries, they everytime retained a high lvl of respect for every other.
Description: Every society has certain guidelines on how men and women could be. We expect men act like men and women act like girls. However, not everyone fits into this gender trap. Some hide their natural identity and test to match it with nice expectations of others, out of fear of negative consequences. There is only a tiny group of transgender folks who openly dare to live their real identity. This movie presents some thoughts of professionals on gender, like Charlotte Rivero, founder of the queer tango school (Tangoverkstan in Stockholm), biologist Evelyn Peyre of the CNRS Institute (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and the popular lawyer Stephen Whittle, who is a transsexual person himself, an active member of the United Kingdom Trans activist organization Press for Change and Professor of the Law School at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Description: Documentary about life in the Welsh Guards regiment's Prince of Wales Company, led by Major Crispin Black. Filmmaker Molly Dineen gains special access to the company as they protect an RUC police station during a tour of Northern Ireland in the mid '90s.
Description: Pittsburgh was the center of the sports globe in 1979, home to the Super Bowl winner Steelers and the Globe Series winner Pirates. The Pirates and their rallying cry of “We Are Family” brought a renewed sense of pride to the city. But as it turned out, the family was dangerously dysfunctional, with many members succumbing to the temptation of cocaine and dragging baseball into a nationwide scandal. This movie revisits that era and paints a picture of how, by 1985, simple drugs and quick nights brought the national pastime from the diamond to a federal courtroom.
Description: Copenhagen’s “8 House,” an ultramodern loop of apartments created by architect Bjarke Ingels, reinvents the idea of “home.” Its 500 residents can traverse all nine floors by bicycle while their children attend kindergarten on the ground floor. This exuberant documentary profiles the (mostly) satisfied residents, including a group of kids who experience the greatest scavenger hunt ever, offering a hopeful, inspired picture of communal living by design.
Description: “Lives start and end, but everything goes back to the earth.” A tour-de-force of cinematography and sound design, this captivating, award-winning documentary looks at three generations of sheepherders in the Carpathian Mountains. While father and son take their flock on their annual adventure through the highlands, the 82-year-old widower Vasyl reflects on his past back home. A sublime look at the cycles of life and the waning of tradition.
Description: This captivating documentary follows tough-as-nails lawyer (and former Mrs. Wisconsin) Kimberley Motley, the only American allowed to practice law in Afghanistan. Motley defends US and European citizens caught in the country’s legal and political quagmire, even as she finds herself under threat of assassination. While Motley brazenly chastises Afghani judges on behalf of her clients, she gotta also balance the needs of her family a globe away.
Description: Elvis Presley was arguably the most famous and influential pop singer of the 20th Century, but while his adult life was a litany of constructive and commercial successes, his death was a shocking and unexpected happening which exposed many ugly secrets about "The King" and recommended to millions that this character was, in many ways, a very lonely man. Elvis Presley: The Last 24 Hours is a documentary which offers a look at the final day of Presley's life, featuring interviews with few members of his private entourage, "the Memphis Mafia," including Sonny West, Lamar Fike, Joe Esposito, Larry Geller, Jerry Schilling, and Marty Lacker.
Description: Seven volunteer English teachers from Australia gradually confront the colonial implications of their work in rural Thailand. Over the course of six months, they contend with their inexperience as teachers, the omnipresence of Westernisation, and the ambiguity of their purpose. Directed by one of the volunteers, 'Six Months to Salvation' is a self-reflexive documentary about language, landscape and idealism lost. u16.co/6m2s
Description: Documentary about Finnish movie theaters - about their past, disappearance and future. And at the same time universal storyline how cinema is undeniably connected with life.
Description: Like many, Michael Mosley wants to receive fitter and healthier but can't face hours on the treadmill or trips to the gym. Support may be at hand. He uncovers the surprising fresh research which suggests many of us should benefit from just three mins of high intensity exercise a week. He discovers the hidden power of easy activities like walking and fidgeting, and finds out why some of us don't reply to exercise at all. Using himself as a guinea pig, Michael uncovers the surprising fresh research about exercise that has the power to create us all live longer and healthier lives
Description: In 1900, a storm blew a boatload of sponge divers off course and forced them to take shelter by the small Mediterranean island of Antikythera. Diving the next day, they discovered a 2,000 year-old Greek shipwreck. Among the ship's cargo they hauled up was an unimpressive green lump of corroded bronze. Rusted remnants of gear wheels should be seen on its surface, suggesting some type of intricate mechanism. The first X-ray studies confirmed that idea, but how it worked and what it was for puzzled scientists for decades. Recently, hi-tech imaging has revealed the extraordinary truth: this special clockwork machine was the world's first computer.
Description: Since 2000, there has been a revival of interest for wrestling "made in France". Who are today’s wrestlers? What is their profile? Are they high-level sportsmen, actors, showmen? This documentary also takes us into the universe of feminine wrestling.
Description: In Turkmen language, Atlan means "mount a horse and depart". Horse is the most necessary element in the life of Iranian Turkmen. That's why courses are some of the most significant social happenings in their land, Turkmen Sahara. Turkmen Sahara is a region in north eastern Iran and is homeland to Iranian Turkmen. Ali is a Turkman with his life, like many of his peers', intertwined with courses. Actually his wedding depends on his success in courses. This documentary movie is about Iranian horses.
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