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Description: Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, documentarian Matt Embry takes viewers on a transnational adventure — from Italy to Canada, and from the lab to the home — in order to examine the politics of the condition.
Description: It was the 80s: Hardcore punk got too violent and started getting banned in clubs and venues, fresh wave died as well as the clothes and the first wave of metal became stale; we were looking for a fresh sound and a fresh look. Bored with what we knew, we ushered in Bands that lived harder and drank more than we did - bands like Hanoi Rocks, Guns N Roses, Jane's Addiction. It was freeing to be young and rock'n'roll - we changed the fashion and its rules, ran the town, set the stage and remade Melrose ave. our street. It was OUR time, Scenester's in Los Angeles. This 80 minute documentary goes back to the clubs, the scenester's, and the 'mover and shakers" of the time - the bands. A non-judgemental look at a musical movement that defined a generation and explained a culture.
Description: What are your dreams at 18 and what happens in the next 20 years? A tight-knit group of classmates from Bulgaria reveal their stories over a period of 20 years, spanning the transition from communist to democracy in their country.
Description: Very surprisingly from 1945 to 1989 - there have been 2201 atomic bombs dropped on the planet World - an astonishing number of atomic bombs implying large destruction and fall-out. The movie shows evidence of each bomb explosion documented with the nation responsible, the date and location, the force and the height about world or sea lvl in a relentless build up of accumulating destruction that is both awe-inspiring and dreadful in the real biblical sense of of the phrase - full of dread.
Description: Apocalipopótese documents a public art event organized by Rogério Duarte with Hélio Oiticica and Lygia Pape. Duarte coined the event’s game by fusing the words apotheosis, hypothesis, and apocalypse, in order to describe a series of artistic actions that distanced themselves from artistic institutions to approach the roads as the main stage. Apocalipopótese shows a find for the margins as constructive methodology.
Description: Suellyn thought the Department of Community Services (DOCS) would only remove kids in extreme cases, until her own grandchildren were taken in the middle of the night. Hazel decided to take on the DOCS system after her fourth grandchild was taken into state care. Jen Swan expected to continue to care for her grandchildren but DOCS deemed her unsuitable, a shock not just to her but to her sister, Deb, who was, at the time, a DOCS worker. The rate of Indigenous kid removal has now increased since Prime Minister Kevin Rudd delivered the apology to the ‘stolen generations’ in 2008. These four grandmothers search every another and begin a national movement to zone extended families as a key solution to the rising number of Aboriginal kids in out-of-home care. They are not only taking on the system; they are changing it…
Description: The hopes, fears, and aspirations of adolescence are expressed in the close friendship of two Afghan boys. As their acceptance of the filmmakers leads them to express their feelings more and more openly, the movie grows rich in fact and themes of universal concern. Filmed in the Balkh Province, an zone inhabited by Tajik and another Central Asian peoples. The city of Aq Kupruk is approximately 320 miles northwest of Kabul.
Description: A documentary exploring social life in Yaffa before 1948 through a miniature portrait of a Palestinian couple, Wadee’a Aghabi and Naim Azar, constructed through the oral histories presented by their daughters and relatives.
Description: This movie reconstructs the life of famed marine biologist and environmental pioneer Jacques Cousteau using a fascinating mix of wildlife footage, archive material and elaborate re-enactments.
Description: A password-protected love affair, a tiny vapor on Venus, and a horse with no name ride out in find of a better world. Vs the mounting darkness, a willing abduction offers a stab at tomorrow.
Description: NIXON'S NATIONAL CHAMPS is the storyline of how the 1969 college football national winner was crowned and the drama that surrounded it. Using rare footage of Nixon and his unexpected antagonist, Joe Paterno of Penn State, this movie captures the folly of the President as he waded through the hornet's nest of polls and regional rivalries.
Description: "You who enter, leave all your hope behind." Själö was Finland's first mental hospital. The hospital opened in 1622. Intended for those suffering leprosy. But Själö hospital also had a secret ward. A house for the insane. The ungodly and mentally ill were deposited here forever and their property fell to the church. In 1889 Själö became a storage zone for girls with "unbearable insanity".
Description: Julita expressed her three best wishes shortly after getting married: lots of children, a monkey and a castle she can call her own. That all of these wishes have become a reality is probably down to the immense stubbornness of this charismatic and equally hilarious matriarch who has a weakness for collecting crazy objects. When financial circumstances force the family to sell their castle, her adult kids are left sifting through a lifetime of peculiarities in find of a several lost bones… Spanish actor and neo director Gustavo Salmerón paints a deliciously absurd family portrait that just happens to reveal a lot about Spain, Catholicism and the economic crisis.
Description: Santa Claus lives on the fourth floor of an apartment block. Santa owns seven dogs, six cats, two rabbits, one crow, one pigeon, one chinchilla, one guinea pig, ten degus and some fish.
Description: Rubiks’ Street is a bike path built in the 1980s and called after Alfreds Rubiks, leader of the Latvian Communist party at the time. One of the most ferocious opposers to Latvia’s independence in the early 1990s and soon elected to the European Parliament.
Description: Brat Camps are an extreme youth disciplinary idea that's firmly embedded in American culture. Each year thousands of American kids are transported to one of over 1000 personal facilities dotted across the United States. In the USA today it's estimated the kid intervention industry is worth over $2 billion, as parents send their children away to residential programmes - often vs their will - in an attempt to change their behaviour. This Real Stories documentary aims to shed light on the globe of behavioural modification camps and another kid intervention programmes, illuminating the beliefs and ambitions that underpin this controversial industry, many of which contrast starkly with British norms. While these programmes appear well-run and organised with some form of regulation, there are concerns about the standards of another camps and the chance of abuse, particularly when there is no federal body to regulate and monitor the quality of care in the kid intervention ...
Description: Mixing non-fiction and fiction, Endless Women follows Fearless explorations and conversations: wondering why girls gotta everytime lead double lives, being feminist but not telling they are. If feminism changes the method we live, then do we change the meaning of feminism as we live it? Fearless returns to the feminist chat-room peopled by talkative feminist ladies who become her friend, to probe and argue and ask and constantly question what she sees and feels. In the end does she lose or confirm her ambivalence? Does she decide to own the label "Feminist" or does she decide it is irrelevant in these post-modern times?
Description: Follow two Canadians, Bob Lush and Mike Birch, aboard their yachts during the 1980 Observer Singlehanded Transatlantic Race. More than a record of this prestigious international sailing event, the resulting movie is the starting mission for an epic of challenge and determination.
Description: Narrated by William Shatner, Return to the Forest is the heartfelt storyline of the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation and its point to return captive Asian elephants back to the wild in Thailand to save them from extinction.
Description: In 2008, an anonymous idealist published a paper under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto which described a digital currency or online payment system; the system was introduced as open-source tool in 2009. Four years later, the value of all bitcoins was in the billions of dollars. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks; the management of transactions and the issuance of bitcoins is carried out collectively by the network. Because bitcoin is public by design, it is not owned or controlled by any government or bank.
Description: Artist Mindy Alper has spent almost all of her 56 years combating severe depression and anxiety, using medication, electroconvulsive therapy and psychiatry to support her. Art has everytime been her most effective outlet, with drawing and sculpture offering her the softwares to give voice to her fears and mental battles.
Description: A&E doctor Javid Abdelmoneim is on a point to search out the truth about alcohol, including why the government slash the suggested weekly limit for boys by a third in January.
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What is This Movie Named Love? takes the viewer on a flamboyant, colourful, iconoclastic adventure of three days through Mexico Town – or three days inside the head of its creator, quirkily comical movie connoisseur, Tag Cousins.There's much sleight of hand, including changing gender and raising Eisenstein from the dead. But it's all done (quite remarkably, beautifully, and in near HD) on a tiny Flip camera costing a hundred quid. It's inventive and mesmerising, cunningly shot, heavily edited, wittily scripted and charms us into finding easy acts such as a boy getting on and off a bus rather mesmerising.To achieve this, Cousins uses his well-trodden alter-ego of an adolescent on a Kerouac-style ramble. He constantly makes the ordinary sound interesting and, for at least half of the film I held my breath to see what was going to come next. Every shot is exquisitely composed, often with rather boyish self-congratulation, such as when he compares his 'typical' camera angles with those of the nice Eisenstein. But, if you have glanced through Cousins' wonderfully erudite yet readable book, The Storyline of Film, and hoped to gain some insights into the work of the nice Sergei Eisenstein (a pioneering Russian filmmaker from about 100 years ago) you'll be disappointed. The closest we perhaps receive is to view the delicious montage techniques in Cousins' movie as a tribute to Eisenstein's work. But the 'influence' should be named superficial: Eisenstein used montage to create a point, whereas Cousins just wants to have fun. But when the amusingly egotistical Cousins carries a image of Eisenstein around Mexico Town talking to it, or goes running naked through the American desert, we are inclined to forgive the ladishness of such name-dropping.Eisenstein is the main another 'character,' but Cousins doesn't stop there. When he tips that his style is based on Virginia Woolf's stream-of-consciousness technique, the humour reminds me more of Sascha Baron Cohen. A bit like telling a Madras-flavour pot-noodle is based on the fine Indian cuisine. Unfortunately, we sense that beneath it all Cousins is taking himself seriously. Residents of Stuttgart might be equally unimpressed with his throwaway, factual inaccuracies about the philosopher, Hegel. It is someone who is genuinely an expert in one zone (cinema) posing as an intellectual in another, and trying to brush it off with false modesty.In some methods it is still forgivable. Think of poetry, and this movie resembles poetry. Think of song lyrics – that most unaccountable sort of poetry. And think of Bob Dylan who (by his own account) chosen names and phrases from a prestigious shelf of ebooks he had never read. Who cares? Highway 61 Revisited was still an inspiring set of songs, and What is This Movie Named Love should be equally inspiring to the right young mindset. Jack Kerouac for the iPhone age. Except the movie hasn't the depth or weight of Kerouc. The wittering about ecstasy has one of the most insightful moments of the movie - pondering the etymology – ex stasis, hence a 'going away from' the state of standing still. Yet it feels like a Christian rock band singing of the joys of sex and drugs. There's a mission where the creator surely has to live the dream before inviting us in, and a bottle of Mexican beer plus a several veiled references to drugs is hardly a William Rice Burroughs friendly war with the devil.PJ Harvey's almost funereal 'To Bring You My Love' explodes two-thirds of the method through the film and does recommend we might receive some depth or seriousness, but the promise quickly fades as it goes back to laconic meandering and sleight of hand in the dialogue (his gender change merely being one of viewpoint). What some will play (and others search infuriating) is the stylishness of technique. Almost each shot is like a picture essay on how to frame or test the camera inventively. The dialogue is self-referentially Brechtian in fresh and exciting ways. Delivery and timing is impeccable – rather like his illustrated lecture (on Cinema and Creativity) in Edinburgh, where it turns out that the movie made in Edinburgh wasn't made in Edinburgh at all. Like the pop-science writer Jonah Lehrer (who Cousins speaks of almost as if he were a guru), Cousins can be inspiring, his enthusiasm contagious; even if some of his features don't seem to stand up well to scrutiny. But if you are enjoying the ride enough, this shouldn't bother you.There were two main flaws in this film for me. One was of my own making, that of expectation. To think that Tag Cousins, whose ebook I loved, would have something worth-while to tell about (for instance) Eisenstein. The second is its near absence of plot. Even a semi-documentary needs some sort of mission to hang it on, and this has very tiny – beyond being quite enjoyable while it lasts.
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