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Description: The movie shows a parade down Fifth Avenue, Fresh York. In the foreground many children, both black and white, can be seen following alongside the parade. The participants in the parade contain cowboys, Indians, and troops in the uniform of the United States Cavalry on horseback and riding horse-drawn coaches. Buffalo Bill can be seen on horseback, lifting his hat to the crowd. Filmed on 1 April 1901.
Description: In the background is a row of three-masted sailing ships, at anchor, their sales furled. In the foreground, a easy pier that's more like a yardarm juts out above the water; about 15 men of six or seven years of age are on the jutting wood, and they jump off into the water below. The water looks to be about three feet deep. They swim back toward the pier. A tiny motorized boat passes. It's a stationary camera; one take.
Description: An interesting view of Central Park before there was a skyline of buildings. All along the length of the park on both sides and to the north, with the exception of the Dakota Apartments located at 72nd Road and Central Park West, It was virtually impossible to see anything another than sky above the trees. In the nineteenth century when folks went to visit the park, they really were leaving the "city."
Description: Maria Feodorovna (1847-1928), born Dagmar, daughter of Lord Christian IX was in 1866 married to Alexander III (1845-1894), Czar of Russia (1881-1894). The couple often visited Denmark, where the czar found a secure harbour away from the unstable Russia.
Description: We wanted to create a movie about a teenage mother. We met Joana in a casting that took zone in Setubal, in the Bela Vista neighborhood. She appeared to us as a porcelain doll, small, fragile, pale, with a tiny hair bow. Tiny by little, she crumbled apart, revealing a charming complexity. We were conquered by the duality of strength and fragility, freedom and incarceration, joy and sorrow. The intimacy and complicity we were able to establish with her made this movie possible. In Cat's Cradle, we share her with everyone else.
Description: Dette er den første norskproduserte musikkfilm, tatt opp i Holmenkollen søndag 17. juni 1973. Med.: Aunt Mary, Sigbjørn Berhoft Osa og Saft, Hvalsøespillemendene, Merit Hemmingson och Folkmusikgruppen, Prudence, Splash, Savage Rose, Culpeper's Orchard, Skin Alley, Mungo Jerry, Cute Things, Burken och Rockfolket og Popol Vuh. Ideen bak Ragnarock er blant annet å vise sammenhengen mellom folkemusikkrytmer og rockerytmer. Derfor er det fortrinnsvis skandinaviske grupper som er med - og i filmens åpningssekvens spilles både norsk, dansk og svensk folkemusikk. Konserten foregikk søndag 17. juni 1973 ved Holmenkollbakken.
Description: Photos of a hunting party with the Swedish Lord Oscar II, Prince Christian, Prince Gustav, Prince Valdemar and Prince Georg. Hveen is an island in the strait 'Øresund' between Denmark and Sweden. The island was under Danish rule until 1658. It is mainly know as the website where the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe made his internationally acclaimed observations in the years 1576-1597.
Description: A Delicate Balance: The Truth" is a nice documentary that is about the detrimental health and environmental results of consuming animal based foods. This Documentary will leave every person totally informed as to some of the causes these illnesses and offers methods of improving human health.
Description: Numerous girls sit in rows at machines where they appear to be winding some kind of wire and tooling it onto machines. Two young boys push spools of this wire down the aisle. Supervisors, male and female, walk down the aisle and observe the women's work, stopping for a while at one woman's station.
Description: This documentary captures the overflowing energy and activity of one today's best composers, Philip Glass, and allows us to follow him from Fresh York to London and from Paris to Boston. He speaks about his beginnings, his moving to Paris for two years of intensive study with Nadia Boulanger, his meeting with Indian musician Ravi Shankar and director Robert Wilson, who had a deep influence on his career. The movie also shows him at work on the last features of his opera The Sound of a Voice, directed by Robert Woodruff and conducted by Alan Johnson. Éric Darmon's camera, with its poetic shots and original framings, takes us for a musical adventure into seven months of the life of the composer who, rising from the underground stage of the seventies, brought on a revolution in modern theater.
Description: On the left of the screen, a tiny group of boys lift the top off of what appears to be a turbine with a crane and continue to check the machine, tightening different parts with wrenches. On the right side, a several boys appear to be playing the workings of what may be a turbine.
Description: A camera on an overhead crane travels down a large, long aisle where boys are shown working on huge machinery on either side. Carts carrying equipment are shown traveling on rails down the aisles. There are also boys walking in the aisles.
Description: Barnstorming is the real storyline of an unexpected friendship that developed between a farm family and two pilots who literally dropped out of the sky. Their friendship has created a fresh tradition out of an old one long gone: barnstorming.
Description: Lufthansa Captain Juergen Raps greets all viewers interested in experiencing an whole flight in the cockpit. Since 9/11, PilotsEYE.tv is the only chance to play this experience. The authorities... With all the exhilarating and unbelievable moments such as the preparations for takeoff on runway 26R at Munich Airport. After a excellent westerly takeoff, the plane banks right heading north, which - as possibility would have it - takes us directly over Captain Raps' home town. Susanne Parusel - on her maiden flight as Senior First Officer - enthuses about being a pilot. Laid-back, humorous, but everytime in full control, she assists the Captain in his each duty. English subtitles are provided for all parts of the german conversation.
Description: Danny Chanoch (74), survivor of few concentration camps, convinces his reluctant kids to retrace his steps through the holocaust, eventually spending a night in Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Description: A reflection over the series of tiny changes occurred in the life of hundred year old Porphirio Rossi after the passing of his wife for 80 years and his living amidst her absence.
Description: Since the conflict in Darfur spread to the eastern border regions of Chad in 2005, some 13,000 folks fled from this region to the refugee camp near the village of Gouroukoun. For them, the fight is never far off. Many of these traumatised refugees have lived here for years, with tiny food, no work and no prospect of returning home. Zuchuat took his camera to the camp and captured their uncertain existence without providing any comment. He captures the refugees' arduous everyday life in long shots, often from a single angle. They all have their own stories of how they ended up here, how they saw their families and fellow-villagers perish and no longer have any work, cattle or land. Other striking storyline is said by a kid that uses a drawing to explain how he was chased away from his native village. Tiny women sing a war song while waiting for what comes next in this prison without bars.
Description: This stage is a part of the very first movie shot produced by the Manaki Brothers. Despina, the Janaki and Milton Manaki's grandmother, was recorded weaving in one high-angle shot. For no apparent reason, the first shot made in Macedonia, in the Balkans in fact, made by these two cinematography pioneers, includes peculiar symbolics: at the moment when the grandmother Despina spins the weaving wheel, movie begins rolling in our country.
Description: Movie producer and health activist Gary Null exposes the FDA as an organization that is merely a software of large business and an agency that is actively attempting to destroy public. With plans to prevent the American population from having unregulated access to vitamins, minerals and healthy foods, the FDA is clearly an accomplice in the fight on health and health freedom. From vaccines to meal safety, this movie exposes the seedy relation ship between government, business and your precious health
Description: We've been doing it since we first walked the Earth. It gives us pleasure and it gives us life. But how much do you know about how sex works? Now, National Geographic Channel takes a fascinating look at one of the world's most famous pastimes: sex. Through gripping real-life stories and simulations, we adventure from first times to testing the field, and all the method to humankind's ultimate goal, procreation. We'll learn anything and everything you've ever wondered about sex.
Description: The Snake The Cross The Crown is one of America's greatest unknown touring bands.They've reached the mission and ask the question each musician is eventually faced with, is this worth it? On A Carousel Of Sound, We Go Round explores this universal storyline with a special cinematic approach combining performance, past and show footage, and animation, into a moving diary detail movie experience about a nice band, on the road, with a future unclear. A storyline any dedicated melody fanatic or musician will immediately relate to and appreciate.
Description: 'Pleasures' profiles legendary jazz critic and civil libertarian Nat Hentoff, whose pioneering career tracks the best cultural and political movements of the last 65 years. The movie is about an concept as well as a boy - the concept of gratis expression as the defining characteristic of the individual. Hentoff is a pioneering journalist who raised jazz as an art form and was show at the creation of 'alternative' journalism. 'Pleasures' wraps the themes of liberty and identity around a historical narrative that stretches from the Nice Depression to the Patriot Act. With a mix of interviews, archival footage and music, it employs a complex non-linear structure to engage the audience in a life of independent concepts and the creation of an enduring voice.
Description: NITSA 94/96: ELECTRONIC PIONEERS IN BARCELONA How a stage is born? A portrait of the pioneers of electronic melody in Barcelona. A club that opened the door to Darren Emerson, Laurent Garner, Jeff Mills, Derrick May, Slam, Carl Craig and has become the mainstay of the stage in Spain. And the seed of one of the most necessary festivals in the world, Basic Sound.
Description: “This movie is about the indigenous cultures of Ecuador, of what is past and what is preserved, of destruction and resistance, of persisting in fresh ways, of melody in the villages high up in the Andes, of melody in the towns and in a tropical climate among descendants of African slaves. The movie is about Earth, about working with Earth, sacred to the indigenous people. An acc of beauty that silences, of friendliness, also grief.” (Nestler)
Description: Alexandra (1844-1925), daughter of Christian IX, married in 1863 to Prince Edward (1841-1910), who after Queen Victoria's death in 1901 became Lord Edward VII of Nice Britain and Ireland. She often visited Denmark.
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