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Description: To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the surreal art movement, comedian Jim Moir (a.k.a. Vic Reeves) presents this documentary exploring the history of Dadism and the lasting influence it has had on himself and others.
Description: "What's Happening?", an irreverent portrait of America of the 60s seen through the experiences of artists of the Beat Generation and Pop Art. The America of the Vietnam war, ploughed by contradictions and explosive social tensions but potentially saturated with expectations for the future. With: Andy Warhol, Allen Ginsberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Gregory Corso, Fred Mogubgub, Marie Benois and Leon Kraushar.
Description: An expanded ver of a 13-minute short screened in 1991, Beyond Outcasts has since been labeled "counterrevolutionary" by the Cuban government. It is a shocking critique of Cuba's AIDS policy.
Description: The first movie produced in IMAX DOME 3D, this movie shows how photosynthesis converts sunlight into stored energy in plants, which subsequently deliever energy to animals and boy
Description: Freya Deichmann's life undergoes a radical change when she meets Helmuth James von Moltke at the age of 18. "I saw him and my heart stood still." He is the love of her live, a love which starts in the summer of 1929 and has to withstand the Third Reich. The dramatic climax is Helmuth's arrest. It is a time torn between hope and parting. Each day should be the last. Her nice happiness: almost daily they write every another letters, smuggled by the prison chaplain Harald Poelchau. A love in resistance, one which doesn't end with the execution of the beloved.
Description: The director’s father who did not know how to test a pc left her an autobiography via e-mail. It has his entire life through many notable happenings such as the Korean War, the Vietnam War, 88’s Seoul Olympics, Fresh City Development, etc. The director reflects life and generation of a boy who lived as the name of ‘Father’.
Description: BBC producer/director David Thompson follows a group of admirers of the movie A Canterbury Tale (1944) on their annual zone walk in 2005. As this was the year of the centenary of the birth of director Michael Powell the zone walk included visits to a lot of the territories around Canterbury where Powell grew up. The documentary contains interviews with walk organizers Paul Tritton and Steve Crook as well as with different another folks there. Some of the scenes from the movie are re-created with folks on the walk reading out the lines from scenes filmed at those territories 60+ years ago.
Description: Lesbian motherhood through artificial insemination is the topics of this supportive tape about a controversial subject. Alternative Conceptions makes sense of the medical, social and legal problems surrounding insemination: Is it hard to become pregnant using this method? Does a sperm donor have any legal rights to the child? How do the mothers explain the "facts of life" to their children?
Description: Take a culinary adventure through the Abruzzo region of Italy, known as the “greenest region of Europe,” with two of Detroit’s finest chefs. When Luciano DelSignore of Southfield’s Bacco Ristorante returns home for his cousin’s wedding and to cook for his family, he recalls what made him fall in love with the farm-to-table simplicity of Abruzzo culture. Along for the ride is James Rigato, DelSignore’s mentee and chef at renowned eateries The Root and Mabel Gray.
Description: Edwin’s Restaurant is determined to become one of America’s top French restaurants, with a staff unlike any another in the country. Brandon Edwin Chrostowski prepares to launch his Cleveland, Ohio fine dining establishment with a staff composed nearly entirely of recently released prisoners in find of an occasion to receive their lives back on track. They sign up for a classical French meal boot camp to learn the ins and outs of fine wine, sauces, and more. Inspiring and engaging, this documentary emphasizes the enriching and fundamental power of meal to bring folks together, regardless of circumstance or background.
Description: This video interview details KURONEKO director Kaneto Shindo discussing his diverse body of work. The interview was conducted for the Directors Clan of Japan on April 24, 1998, by Shindo’s former assistant director Seijiro Koyama
Description: Conor McGregor is the largest star in the history of Mixed Martial Arts. Filmed over the course of 4 years, Notorious is the exclusive, all-access acc of Conor’s meteoric rise from claiming benefits and living in his parents' spare room in Dublin to claiming multiple championship UFC belts and seven figure pay-packets in Las Vegas.
Description: A memory-using zone movie of a stay with a uranium mining community. Using a kaleidoscopic array of experimental techniques, this movie explores uranium mining in Canada and its destructive results on both the environment and the girls working in the mines. A plethora of photos ranging from the girls at work to spine-chilling representations of cancerous bodies are accompanied by unnerving industrial sounds and straightforward notification from some of the women.
Description: 'Alaska Far Away' says the storyline of the Matanuska Colonization Project of 1935, a constructive and controversial Fresh Deal tool that relocated 202 families devastated by the Nice Depression, taking them from the upper Midwest to the Matanuska Valley in Alaska to begin an experimental farming colony. It generated a whirlwind of publicity and controversy at the time, not only as a federally-funded social experiment, but also as one of the last pioneer movements in America. The Matanuska Colony isn't just a fascinating footnote to the history of Alaska. It encompasses the despair of the Depression, the constructive energy of the Fresh Deal, the journey of pioneering in Alaska, and the greatest and worst of our government and ordinary citizens in facing those extraordinary challenges.
Description: Terry Jones' Barbarians is a 4-part TV documentary series first broadcast on BBC 2 in 2006. It was written and presented by Terry Jones, and it challenges the received Roman and Roman Catholic notion of the barbarian. Professor Barry Cunliffe of the University of Oxford acted as consultant for the series.
Description: Where we come from shapes who we are, and how others see us. Home gives us a sense of belonging and stability. It’s so much more than just a physical structure. It’s our safety, our refuge, our open pad. Yet, so many folks in the U.S. face housing instability and homelessness. A shocking 76% of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck. They are just one accident or injury away from losing everything. Losing a zone to call their own. Our Adventure Home explores how home shapes us and challenges our perceptions about folks in need of public housing. The movie examines the role we all enjoy in helping those who struggle in having a stable zone from where they can grow and dream.
Description: A making-of documentary featuring interviews with director Michael Haneke, actor Juliette Binoche, and producer Marin Karmitz, as well as on-set footage of cast and team of "Code Unknown".
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This is a movie that required to be made decades ago. It remains to be seen how much it owes to the nice C.H. Douglas, but it is clearly on the right track. Oscar Wilde once told that work is the curse of the drinking classes, yep, so true. For most of history, most of mankind has struggled for survival. Now, in the 21st Century, we have fresh technologies that can erase that struggle and deliver to all of us a standard of living such as even the pharaohs should not have dreamed of. Indeed, in some methods the ordinary working class household has already achieved that; Henry VIII may have lived in a palace and been king of all he surveyed, but he couldn't receive out of bed in London on Monday morning and go to bed in Fresh York the same night. He didn't have the news, weather and unlimited entertainment on his desktop, and be you Lord of England or lord of the world, you didn't wish to go down with appendicitis before the era of modern medicine, nor to break a leg, nor even to suffer toothache. The large trouble is of course and to some extent everytime has been not how to make wealth, but how to distribute it. The perceived wisdom is by the dubious privilege of earning a living, but technology is rapidly destroying all manner of unskilled jobs. The next generation of computers, robots and the truly wondrous 3-D printer will destroy most of the rest. And the large question is, are we going to resort to a fresh Luddism, make work for the sake of it, or are we going to restructure society so that gainful employment becomes a thing of the past? This two hour plus documentary explores this and a lot more, including the perhaps surprising fact that in certain professions, financial rewards above a certain magnitude are counterproductive, far better to give the guys and gals gratis time to do their own thing.
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