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Description: From a shack in Pozo del Tio Raimundo, that neighborhood of Madrid built vertiginously in the 50s with mud and tin houses that grew as "moon flowers" erected during the night, Father Llanos, "the red priest", instilled the immigrants their passion for justice and freedom. They were years of solidarity, of rebellion to forge a fresh identity and to dream that, from the neighborhood, the globe should be changed.
Description: Europe, the rule of law and host countries? Look elsewhere denounces what is event in many European towns by taking the example of Calais. From the expulsion from the "jungle" in October 2016 to the case there a year later, Arthur shared moments of life with boys and girls of Sudanese, Afghan, Ethiopian, Eritrean and local descent of Calais. By highlighting the gap between the field and the official speeches, this movie shows us the tactic place in zone to dissuade the exiles from staying. With original filming ways and his civic gaze, the director has managed to movie the state harassment, the media staging, but also the strength and humor of the exiles.
Description: When the lights of the town go out, from the outskirts of Buenos Aries, a train arrives in which men, girls and kids who are excluded from the system travel, who earn their living by collecting what others throw away. The cardboard workers, as they are called, gotta war day by day vs indifference and loneliness. The documentary is introduced in the internal conflict that occurs in them who, despite the social cases they go through, seek the dignity that identifies them as men.
Description: Fists of Freedom examines one of the 20th century’s most memorable moments — the dramatic “Black Power” demonstration of American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos on the win stand at the 1968 Summer minigames in Mexico City. Using rare footage, archival images and interviews with key figures from the era, revisit a pivotal happening in American history.
Description: "Voices in the Clouds" is an intimate exploration of one man's quest to understand his heritage. At the heart of the movie lies the celebration of family and cultural preservation. Through his journey, the movie hopes to encourage viewers to carve their own path toward self-discovery.World Journal - "An ordinary Taiwanese American's root-searching journey..an extraordinary message to the world."
Description: The film, directed by Walter McConnelly and released May 25, 1984, details large wave surfers Tag Richards, Michael Ho, Tommy Carroll, Sam George, Rabbit Bartholomew, Peter Townend, Cheyne Horan, Willie Morris, Martin Potter, and others riding large waves on the North Shore of Oahu and Maui.
Description: MY FRIEND FELA is unlike any previous narrative about the Nigerian musical genius Fela Kuti. Most often portrayed as an eccentric African pop idol of the ghetto, Fela is rarely presented as the powerful political leader he was. Through the eyes his close mate and official biographer, the African-Cuban intellectual Carlos Moore, this documentary is devoted to unravel the complexity of Fela’s life. As the storyline unfolds, it reveals the glories and tragedies that shaped the lives of the pan-African generation as well as Fela's.
Description: A documentary about finding an alternative to falling victim to the rising cost of living. It is an attempt to search out if one can live this way, without what most trust as the necessities of a zone they call home. What do his friends, family and movie colleagues think of Garth's decision? What are the logistics? How is he going to manage after 34 years of having access to all primary needs? Is he crazy? Casting these questions and judgments aside, Garth decides to search out for himself if it is possible to live in a van. Not only is he confronted by the difficulties of showering, cooking and the general limitations that living in a van requires, Garth has some hazardous encounters with vehicle thieves and junkies. Garth also meets another van dwellers and shares their stories of van ethics, survival and purpose.
Description: A singer, dancer, and bandleader, Cab led one of the most famous African American large bands during the jazz and swing eras of the 1930s-40s, with Harlem’s popular Cotton Club as his home stage. Greatest known for his “Hi de hi de hi de ho” refrain from signature song “Minnie the Moocher,” portrayal of Sportin’ Life in Porgy and Bess (1952), and role in The Blues Brothers (1980), Cab influenced countless performers, including Michael and Janet Jackson, and many of today’s hip-hop artists.
Description: Explore the storyline of Chef Jacques Pépin (b. December 18, 1935), a young immigrant with movie-star looks, a charming Gallic accent, and a mastery of cooking and teaching so breathtaking he became an early meal icon—joining James Beard and Julia Kid among the handful of Americans who transformed the method the country views the meal world.
Description: Thrust into the limelight for discovering the secret of life at age 25 with Francis Crick, influential Nobel Prize-winning scientist James Watson has thrived on making headlines ever since. His discovery of DNA’s structure, the double helix, revolutionized human understanding of how life works. He was a relentless and sometimes ruthless visionary who led the Human Genome project and turned Harvard University and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory into powerhouses of molecular biology. With unprecedented access to Watson, his wife Elizabeth and sons Rufus and Duncan over the course of a year, American Masters explores Watson’s evolution from socially awkward postdoc to notorious scientific genius to discredited nonagenarian, also interviewing his friends, his colleagues, scientists and historians.
Description: Preservationist, naturalist, author, explorer, activist, scientist, farmer, John Muir (4/21/1838 – 12/24/1914) was all these things and more. Nearly a century after his death, this Scottish American is remembered and revered as the father of the environmental movement and the founder of the Sierra Club, the oldest and biggest grassroots environmental organization in the United States.
Description: Zora Neale Hurston, path-breaking novelist, pioneering anthropologist and one of the first black girls to enter the American literary canon (Their Eyes Were Watching God), established the African American vernacular as one of the most vital, inventive voices in American literature. This definitive movie biography, eighteen years in the making, portrays Zora in all her complexity: gifted, flamboyant, and controversial but everytime fiercely original.
Description: Six women, born between 1907 and 1925, look back on „their“ century. Based on a specific catalogue of questions, the female directors discover the subjective experiences of their protagonists…
Description: Documentary exploring the life of GG Allin, the controversial Rock ‘n' Roll singer whose outrageous onstage antics shocked the world. The storyline follows his impoverished childhood ruled by a tyrannical father to an adult life marked by drugs, violence and prison. Twenty years after his passing, GG's mother Arleta and brother Merle are still dealing with grief and GG's lasting influence on his fanatics - every in their own ways.
Description: Viewers are provided a visit to Ken Maynard's personal circus; Bette Davis poses for her portrait; Frank McHugh plays with his children; a visit to the West Side Tennis Club affords glimpses of many stars.
Description: Romantic Comedy is a detail documentary by British writer, musician and actor Elizabeth Sankey that goes beneath the surface of our favorite films, seeking to better understand the method we view love, relationships and romance.
Description: It's the end of the summer of 2007 and a fire destroys my house days before I left to study at the university. Without photographs, without my cuddly toys and without recollections, I started a trip to the territories where I grew up to rebuild that missing memory. A trip that begins in the Chilean desert and end in an island of the south. Tiny by little, the memory of Karin Eitel emerges, a girl arrested, tortured and interrogated on public tv during the dictatorship, and to whom I owe my name. I'm looking for clues, I talk to my parents, but there is a layer of their history that I'm not allowed to go through. A secret that unites them despite being separated brings me closer to Karin Eitel’s story. In the background the photo of a country that with the return of democracy was built omitting its own history.
Description: Chèche Lavi is a lyrical portrait of two Haitian migrants, Robens and James, who search themselves stranded at the US-Mexico border with no method forward and no one to depend on but every other.
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