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Description: Director Wang Bing casts an understanding and non-judgmental eye on the inmates of a decrepit Chinese mental hospital in this eloquent and emotionally impactful documentary.
Description: Working primarily in the arena of nonfiction, Marker rejected conventional narrative techniques, instead staking out a deeply political terrain defined by the test of still images, atmospheric soundtracks, and literate commentary. In Description d’un Combat, Marker’s idiosyncratic style, combining zone footage with archival material, builds a complex and private portrayal. Israel’s demography is explored, from the kibbutzim to the Arab minorities, the orthodox Jews, and the tourists. The “battle” of the game does not refer to the tank-and-artillery variety, but to the inner struggle of Israeli citizens to adapt to a fresh view of themselves, in a fresh country.
Description: A fictional documentary that portrays the town of Dakar, Senegal, as we hear the conversation between a Senegalese boy (the director, Djibril Diop Mambéty) and a French woman, Inge Hirschnitz. As we travel through the town in a picturesque horse drawn wagon, we chaotically rush into this and that famous neighborhood of the capital, discovering contrast after contrast: A tiny African community waiting at the Church's door, Muslims praying on the sidewalk, the Rococo architecture of the Government buildings, the modest shops of the craftsmen near the main market.
Description: Forget martinis and Austin Powers. This documentary is an unflinching portrait of the realities of "swinging," and it's not exactly a shaggadelic picture; in fact, the swingers we meet in the movie are older, often lonely people. Most of them are simply looking to break out of their conventional, well-ordered lives by adopting "the lifestyle." Birds and bees may not do it, but we learn that monkeys do -- as well as 3 million Americans.
Description: How did Hollywood pitch films about gays and lesbians between 1956 and 1977? Here are theatrical trailers for 27 mainstream and art-house films, presented chronologically from "Tea and Sympathy" to "Outrageous!" More than half are movies released between 1968 and 1972. Half are dramas and half are comedies, with farce dominating the movies released after 1971. At least three advertise X-rated films: "The Killing of Sister George," "Midnight Cowboy," and Visconti's "The Damned." There's no voice-over commentary for this compilation, but it does contain adverts for snacks and one warning vs public displays of affection aimed at "her" to control "him."
Description: Juan Carlos Rulfo, the son of the acclaimed Mexican writer and photographer Juan Rulfo, travels to the plains of Jalisco in find of notification on his father. What begins as a tribute to a nice artist, however, becomes a meditation on aging and how it's affecting the history of a generation of nice Mexican literature.
Description: Fresh Yorkers watch as Norman McLaren's animated promotional movie for Canadian tourism plays on the giant pixelboard overlooking Times Square. The caption below the board reads: "Canada... Unbelievable Globe At Your Doorstep". McLaren himself is a member of the crowd.
Description: The terrible may everytime have been with us, but attitudes towards them have changed. Beginning in the Neolithic Age, Ben Lewis's movie takes us through the changing globe of poverty. You go to sleep, you dream, you become terrible through the ages. And when you awake, what can you tell about poverty now? There are still very terrible people, to be sure, but the fresh poverty has more to do with inequality...
Description: Following their triumph with Manufactured Landscapes, photographer Edward Burtynsky and filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal reunite to discover the methods in which humanity has shaped, manipulated and depleted one of its most vital and compromised resources: water.
Description: An upcoming documentary by noted filmmaker Leslie Iwerks, "The Imagineering Story" explores the past, show and future of Walt Disney Imagineering by noted filmmaker Leslie Iwerks. Ms. Iwerks comes from a family with deep Disney history — her grandfather was an early Disney animator and her father is a former Imagineer — and her previous work contains profiles of Pixar Animation Studios and visual results house Industrial Light & Magic.
Description: Indigenous villages at risk is an ethnographic documentary whose central purpose is to present the direct testimonies of folks from nine indigenous villages, who have lived directly transformations of their cultures, some accepted upon by their communities, but many others without consensus. The statements contained in this documentary shows many facets of daily life, culture and the issues faced by indigenous people, and bring out their strengths and their joy of life while showing, with clear evidence, the difficulties that arise for cultural strengthening of their communities. The video is divided into three parts and every details three various villages: Identity, Zone and Integrity.
Description: Tina Modotti was the most necessary photographer of the twenties from last century in Mexico. Born in Udine in northeastern Italy, at age 16 emigrated, like millions of Italians to America. Ther she worked as a model and actress, but when renowned photographer Edward Weston chose Mexico as his home, Tina learned from him the craft and it was here where she made his photographic work. The crosslinking of art, activism, love and tragedy in her life, are the topics of this documentary.
Description: How did a terrible Mexican scuba diver receive to marry an American top model? What was she looking for when she drove a convertible from Fresh York to Acapulco with her 3 year old son? What happened to that white freckly man who grew up in a globe that reminded him daily that he was a foreigner? Using a legendary shark hunt in the late seventies as our story’s core, we will meet the Martinez Sidney family and explore the secrets of their peculiar past. They will also present us a various view of the Mexican-American experience.
Description: ON JUNE 4th 1989, CHINA WAS CHANGED FOREVER. Beijing, May, 1989. the globe watched as a hundred students became a thousand, as thousands became a million - and a nation starved of freedom, cried out for a taste of democracy. In this compelling film, director Michael Apted (Nell, Gorillas in the Mist), captures the power and passion of the Tiananmen Square uprising through a special combination of newsreel footage, dramatic re-enactments and extensive input from the current student leaders. Exploring their private histories, reflections and thoughts on the future. MOVING THE MOUNTAIN paints a portrait of courage, conviction, and commitment that the NEW YORK POST calls, "A soaring - and sobering - tribute to the human spirit."
Description: Two thousand years after the last Egyptian mummies were crafted, ancient practice was revived in Russia and a ‘modern mummy’ was created in 1924. Russia’s Modern Mummies reveals how Russia’s best communist leader, Vladmir Lenin was mummified. The preserved corpse of Vladmir Lenin was the effect of a seventy year long experiment conducted secretly in a Moscow laboratory – his body still rests in Red Square today. We unblock the scientific secrets of modern mummification and outline the legacy and private history of the Bolshevik leader who liberated Russia from the age of Tsarist oppression.
Description: North Americas Nice Lakes are the biggest system of gratis new water on earth, wielding large influence on the continent. Over 34 million folks live by their shores in some of best towns in the world. This groundbreaking tv tool pulls a virtual plug on the large lakes, using computer-generated imagery to reveal hidden secrets of their human history and changing geological past.
Description: The history of Portugal since the Republican revolution of 1910 to the revolutionary period following the military coup of April 24, 1974, recounted with a marxist perspective, using historic sound and movie documents. The game refers to a trilogy of values proclaimed by Salazar, prime minister of Portugal in 1936.
Description: At first glance Brazil appears to be an alluring playground of exciting carnivals, sultry samba, divine football and a vibrantly diverse people. But behind this dazzling facade lies a disturbing storyline of history’s largest-ever slave population. Astonishingly Brazil, a Portuguese colony, received ten-times more African slaves than the numbers transported to North America. This programme looks at those estimated 4 million folks with whose blood, sweat and tears Brazil was built. Without them none of Brazil’s present-day success and appeal would exist. Using contemporary testimonies, this movie takes a difficult look at Brazil s dark history through the eyes of those slaves. They lived in squalid conditions on remote plantations or in teeming towns harboring fatal diseases. Most Africans survived only seven years in this ‘New World’.
Description: Over the last several years, our understanding of Genetic Engineering has increased significantly, even so we are only beginning to observe the detrimental effects. Genetic Engineering of plants has been shown through scientific study disruptive to whole cellular mechanisms of plants, animals and humans, along with severe negative impact on the environment. The Large Ag companies; Monsanto, DuPont, Syngenta--are dead set that the world's populations remain in the dark, ignorant about the devastating health and environmental risks, and argue their manipulation of genes is safe, yet increasing study shows the opposite. To counter the lies, other award winning documentary hits back with the truth.
Description: EQUALITY U is a feature-length documentary following 34 young activists on the Soulforce Equality Ride. At some stops they're welcomed with launch arms, at others they're arrested for trespassing or for simply attempting to launch up a dialog. At each stop though, they're connecting with young folks who've often never met an openly gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender person who is comfortable with who they are. Written by Dave O'Brien
Description: The True Power of Prayer is a compelling and exciting look through the folks with real faith which reveal how the result of fervent prayer. The skeptics will be convinced once they explore the wonders behind the power of prayer that produces effects and changes lives. Acts of faith and consecration brought to light, proving the undeniable ability of prayer to bring hope, salvation and love for those in need.
Description: The march of time claims other casualty. Sack Barrow documents (and laments) the out-dated, but functioning, technology of a family-owned electroplating factory in the weeks around its closure — its old methods actually unsustainable in the modern world.
Description: Commissioned by the heads of the 2000 Cannes Movie Festival to create an opening-night short commemorating cinema as it enters its second full century, Godard instead offers up a 17-minute barrage of re-edited footage of fights and Nazi atrocities, interspersed with clips of Maurice Chevalier in "Gigi" and Godard's own "À bout de souffle."
Description: A series of 32 short scenes, uniformly set in West German instructional and training classes, that present different tasks among the citizenry being done solely as the effect of exhaustive preparation - everything from girls preparing to give birth, to strippers stripping, to policemen making arrests. Farocki uses the material to savagely dissect the West German mode of life. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
Description: The Darkhad and Soyon Uriyanghai peoples live in a vast valley in Northern Mongolia, much as their ancestors have for centuries. "Taiga" is the record of a long period spent by the German filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger among these people.
Description: Weak Film (How To Quit Smoking) follows the whole career of the iconic band Weak and their relationship with director Philip Harder. For twenty years they made melody videos and short movies together, filming on ice, in railroad yards, and in rapidly disintegrating rooms. Weak formed in 1993.
Description: Amidst the tranquility of the deep woods in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, a young boy who goes on a everyday dive in a contaminated river to catch fish for his lover goes missing. He is unable to come back to a loved one who eagerly waits for his return.
Description: Portrait of Costa da Morte (coast region in Galicia, Spain) from an ethnographic and landscape level, exploring also the collective imagination associated with the area. A region marked by powerful oceanic feeling dominated by the historical conception of world's end and with tragic shipwrecks. Fragmentary movie that approaches to the anthropological from its protagonists: sailors, shellfish, loggers, farmers ... A selection of characters representative of the traditional work carried out in the countryside in the region, allowing us to reflect on the influence of the environment on people.
Description: Commissioned by Philips, Europa Radio celebrates the company’s experimental PCJJ shortwave radio station in Eindhoven that went on air in 1927 and broadcasted to Europe as well as the rest of the globe in different languages. Hans Richter’s movie covers one day from morning to night, showing the range and scope of the everyday radio tools – from stock store news and sports happenings to live concerts and a speech by Albert Einstein. (via: impakt.nl)
Description: With his grainy women's portraits, Gerard Fieret (1924-2009) managed to antagonize the whole late sixties establishment. In his mouse-infested studio he photographed his semi-or wholly undressed models as well as himself. His photographic work is increasingly recognised by collectors and museums. This documentary movie by Frank van den Engel was shot during the final two years of his life. The camera shows Fieret alternately lucid and confused, stubborn and cooperative, accusing all and bemoaning his physical decline. (Summary from WorldCat)
Description: 28 year old Enea is looking for love - physical love that is. But as the autist he is, living in Italy, this is anything but easy. So he and his greatest mates Carlo and Alex set out on a adventure through Europe and eventually search a lot more than they are looking for.
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