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Description: Jerusalem can rightfully be named the hat capital of the world. Whereas the rest of the globe has allowed its hats to gather dust in the closet since the 1950s, Jerusalem still teems with hats and caps. From soldier to monk, everyone is identifiable by his hat. Director Nati Adler, who is neither religious nor a hat-wearer, explored the how and the why of the hats of Jerusalem. His colorful and private trip takes us along the diverse headdresses of the three religions populating the city. What starts as an innocent exercise by a curious documentary filmmaker develops as it were into a Pandora's box full of stories and history lessons. Each respond evokes fresh questions. Why do folks in Jerusalem wear so many hats, what is a shtreimel, why don't Armenian Christians test their Turkish hats in their ceremonies, and why do girls now have to cover their heads?
Description: In 1985, a strong fresh type of pc was born. It was 10 years ahead of its time, and ready to take on Microsoft, IBM and Apple for control of the PC market. The Amiga pc revolutionized video, multimedia and digital art, with Andy Warhol being a large advocate. It was also known for being a wonderful video minigames machine. Despite the computer's manufacturer going bankrupt in early 1990's, the Amiga has a large cult following worldwide to this day. This movie documents the rise and fall of the Amiga in the marketplace, and gives an inside look at the passionate and eccentric community that surrounds it.
Description: Born from the simplest rules, the ancient minigame of Go is the most complex and elegant minigame ever discovered. For thousands of years, masters and disciples have passed the minigame down as a window to the human mind. Now, for the first time, a group of Americans enter the ring, in find of a prodigy who will change the minigame forever.
Description: This short documentary is a moving tribute to Richard Cardinal, a Métis adolescent who committed suicide in 1984. Taken from his home at the age of 4 due to family problems, he spent the rest of his 17 short years moving in and out of 28 foster homes, group homes and shelters in Alberta. A sensitive, articulate young man, Richard Cardinal left behind a diary upon which this movie is based.
Description: The military dictatorships, which held power in El Salvador, instituted a method of governing the country that became unsustainable. Electoral frauds were evident, and despite all this, the military continued to perpetuate themselves in power. Tiny by little, the gap between social classes began to widen, aggravating differences, while inequality grew disproportionally. Due to the lack of occasion to improve the quality of life of Salvadorans via a political path, guerrilla organizations as well as an armed conflict emerged.
Description: The most finished record ever accessible of this historic mission. This documentary chronicles America's "one giant leap for mankind" from open to landing with comprehensive footage from the movie and videotape records of Apollo 11, the landmark happening of man's achievement in the 20th Century. Details all TV transmissions, all 16mm on-board film, multi-angle views of the open and lunar landing, and multiple audio tracks.
Description: The Coup of 1979 was the "straw that broke the camel's back". The most influential sectors in the country, both from the Left and the Right, radicalized and decided to rebel vs a power they considered unjust and unbearable. From this decision to rebel emerged three Revolutionary Juntas made up by civilians and the military.
Description: 30+ interviews in 10 U.S. states with authors, collectors, journalists, professors, bloggers, students, artists, inventors and repairmen (and women) who meet up for ‘Type-In’ gatherings to both celebrate and test their decidedly lo-tech typewriters in a plugged-in world.
Description: NHK documentary about the renowned Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama, with unique focus and interview of Takuma Nakahira - the founder of avant-garde magazine "Provoke" in the late 60s.
Description: Join Carnival Maestro Todd Robbins and award-winning filmmaker, Nickname Basile, on a adventure into a globe of circus freaks, fire eaters, human blockheads, contortionists, professional lunatics and much, much more.
Description: With the War of the Aisne grinding to a halt as trench warfare gradually set in, both the German and Allied commanders realised the dominance of the defensive, established by fast firing artillery and the machinegun, meaning that casualties in frontal attacks on a dug-in opponent were enormously heavy. Consequently, the armies sought to outflank the opposition by heading north in a set of manoeuvres known as the Race to the Sea. During this phase Field Marshal French insisted on redeploying the British Expeditionary Force to the Allied left, nearer the Chanel ports.
Description: The final oral exam in history and social studies at one of Warsaw's high schools. The movie illustrates the theatre of social life in Soviet Poland where one tells various things on the scene and other behind the scenes.
Description: Having dedicated nearly four decades to chronicling the lives of Canada's First Nations, Alanis Obomsawin returns to the village where she was raised to say her own people's history of prosperity, displacement, endurance, and revitalization.
Description: PROJEKT A is a documentary that resists the common clichés about anarchism to instead present anarchist concepts of a society in which no one shall have the power to control knowledge, natural resources, land, soil or another people. After inspiring over 25,000 German cinema-goers, this award-winning documentary about anarchism and anarchist projects in Europe is actually accessible on VoD! “Projekt A stirs up the audience and is grippingly shot, getting close to the kinds of tenacious folks who are so vital to change in our society.” (kinokino) “…a cinematic portrait, not of anarchy, but of anarchists. A story, not of possibilities, necessities or even failure, but a depiction of achievements, initiative, action, ideas, as well as success.” (kino-zeit.de) Audience Award Filmfest Munich
Description: Up until Henry Ford created the Model T, the only choice for private transportation was a horse. Then Mr. Ford created his machine that would change the world. But, compared to another vehicles of the time, the T was a piece of junk. The T was a kind writer to the Bentley laptops of the time. Crude, bare, uncomfortable. But, it was cheap, and better than a horse. A cheap vehicle is better than no car, and to prove this point, we take 2 cheap vehicles and one Ford Model T across 819 miles of dusty, rocky, steep, ruthless Utah desert. No amount of rocks, scrapes, crashes, leaked fluids or lost wires will stand in our way. We think.
Description: A biographical movie looking back at the life, work and significance of the genius of globe cinema. It reveals the inspiration sources of his work and looks into the kitchen of the movie tricks pioneer. As an absolute solitaire in his field, he created his own globe based purely on his imagination. He was a finished autodidact and is therefore not easy classifiable into any movie wave or direction. This extremely hardworking, resourceful boy and a perfectionist, yet everytime preserving the ability to see the globe from a child's perspective is without any doubt one of the most successful and celebrated Czech filmmakers in the world. Thanks to their inner poetry and sincerity, his movies do not age.
Description: In this short documentary we learn the back storyline of the Buddha – the religion he founded and how it is manifested today. Travel through Southeast Asia to India, Burma, Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon), Thailand, Japan, China and many another countries to explore the history and concepts behind Buddhism.
Description: Jacob Nossell (24) is intelligent, but hardly fits the picture of a dream child: he suffers from a paralysis of the brain, a congenital physical handicap. It affects not only his powers of speech, but also causes cramps and stiffness. When he speaks, his words cluster together, and when he walks it is with difficulty. With a normal intelligence in a weakened body Jacob is the embodiment of the trouble ‘what is normality’: he is too much of an invalid to be totally agreed by society and too ordinary for him to be able to agree his own fate.
Description: «Around the World» now includes three sections. First is what seems to be a basically finished ver of the «Around the Beatles» TV broadcast from England. Next is the promotion advertisement for theater showings of the first U.S. Washington D.C. concert program, and then the tool straight through until the abrupt slash during the next-to-last song. Third segment is the 1966 Tokyo «light suits» concert.
Description: That the Cold Fight did not end in blood and tears was Radio Gratis Europe’s ultimate victory. “To Russia with Love” says how it won the hearts and minds of the folks behind the Iron Curtain and brought down the Communist rule over Eastern Europe. The storyline of Radio Gratis Europe has not been said on movie so far. The documentary retells the storyline of Radio Gratis Europe from the mission of view of the RFE journalists and their audience. It addresses subject like: What did it mean for a dissident to broadcast to the country they still named home, to war vs a government, which had forced them to leave? How much was their daily life ruled by fear for the family members they had left behind, knowing that their own actions should possibly threaten their relatives in the East? “To Russia with Love” also pictures how communist regimes fought the station.
Description: A documentary movie about three situations of rape, that contains the stories of two American high school students, Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman. At the time of the sexual assaults, Pott was 15 and Coleman was 14 years old. After the assaults, the victims and their families were subjected to abuse and cyberbullying.
Description: Going deeper than fine fabrics and silk linings, Suited takes a modern, evolved look at gender through the conduit of clothing and elucidates the personal and emotional experience surrounding it. With heart and optimism, the movie documents a cultural shift that is creating a fresh demand—and response—for every person’s right to go out into the globe with confidence.
Description: At three years old, a chatty, energetic tiny man called Owen Suskind ceased to speak, disappearing into autism with apparently no method out. Almost four years passed and the only stimuli that engaged Owen were Disney films. Then one day, his father donned a puppet—Iago, the wisecracking parrot from Aladdin—and asked “what’s it like to be you?” And poof! Owen replied, with dialogue from the movie. Life, Animated says the remarkable storyline of how Owen found in Disney animation a pathway to language and a framework for making sense of the world.
Description: This short documentary takes us to St. John's Cathedral Boys' School, at Selkirk, Manitoba, one of the most demanding outdoor schools in North America. As the school can’t accommodate each student wishing to enroll, men of 13 to 15 years old are place through an initiation tougher than they have ever faced. They paddle canoes through some 500 kilometers of wilderness in 2 weeks, portaging and camping all the way, thereby learning vital outdoor lore, cooperation and self-confidence.
Description: From 2011 to 2013, hundreds of regulations were passed restricting access to abortion in America. Reproductive rights advocates refer to these as “TRAP” laws, or Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers. TRAP laws have swept across the country, especially the South, where most clinics are in a desperate war for survival. In the trenches of this fight on women’s rights are the doctors, clinic owners, and resolute staff who refuse to give up. Trapped interweaves the private stories of a fearless physician who crisscrosses the country assuring that medical services are available, the stalwart girls and boys who run the clinics, the lawyers leading the charge to eradicate these laws, and ultimately to the girls they are all determined to support
Description: The real storyline of John Romulus Brinkley, a small-town Kansas doctor who discovers in 1917 that he can cure impotence by transplanting goat testicles into men. And that’s just the tipping mission in this stranger-than-fiction tale. With the balls of a P.T. Barnum, the gonads of goats, and the wishful dreams of flaccid men, Brinkley amassed a fortune, was almost elected Governor of Kansas, invented junk email and the infomercial, and built the world’s most strong radio station. By the time all of the twists and turns of Brinkley’s storyline are revealed, Nuts! certainly earns its title.
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