About: The movie documents the conversion of young Greek Military Police (ESA) recruits into torturers and touches on the topics of the power of the institution to compel otherwise moral human beings to torture. The documentary examines the processes and ways of the military junta that ruled Greece from 1967 to 1974.
About: This is a storyline about how organic farmers like Santiago are using Bitcoins to reach their customers directly – with no fees and middlemen. Filmed in Argentina near Buenos Aires, the storyline shows how Bitcoin should be used to agree online payments for tiny businesses. Here, Santiago was able to sell organic vegetables from his farm by having a site set up to obtain orders and payments. That...
About: In 2016, videos showing the slaughter conditions of farm animals shocked the public opinion, who quickly forgot about them. With complicit gaze, Elsa Maury movies a young shepherd’s relationship of co-dependence with her flock of ewes, which she gotta learn to slaughter under the greatest possible conditions.
About: Air To Breathe is a movie about a group of militant workers inside the Opel vehicle plant in Bochum, Germany. The group was founded in 1972, initially with the support of revolutionaries from the 1968 movement. For over 40 years, the group fought for better working conditions inside the plant. Over time, their incessant rank-and-file activism made the workers in Bochum the most radical in the who...
About: C3 is an Evangelical church that opened in Toronto in 2013, quickly amassing a huge following amongst the city’s young, hip and tattooed. #BLESSED offers an intimate look inside this fast-growing millennial church and follows the process of selling salvation in the 21st century as Pastor Sam and his squad grow the church from two territories to three, living out their point to save as many Toronto...
About: A documentary that examines the 1968 student strike at Howard University in Washington, D.C. The movie looks at how the school’s disciplining of 39 students led to students occupying the Administration Building in protest over four days.
About: Bordalo II: A Life Of Waste is an Irish Movie Board Short Documentary that displays an intimate portrait of Portuguese road artist Artur Bordalo as he aims to highlight the extent of our wastefulness and the impact this has on our environment through his 'Trash Animals' sculptures.
About: Branko Crnogorac Kareli is one of the famous, though bizarre characters in pop culture of Ex Yugoslavia. Former circus and movie hero, known for his ability to digest almost anything, a superman from the plains today is a humble citizen. His former globe fame has replaced the retirement life in Vojvodina province. The memories of his adventurous past is still coming up and over them occasionally h...
About: A documentatry studying all things penile. The penis is the organ most central to a man's sense of self, and the quest for penile perfection has driven some boys to extraordinary lengths.
About: After newest political changes in Serbia, many roads in Belgrade called after persons and happenings of the Globe Fight II, changed their names. The movie depicts the work of the Road and Squares Commission, appointed by the town of Belgrade, as well as reactions of individuals and groups impacted by newest changes.
About: Black kites soar on thermals along the Kamo river in Kyoto. Flags billow. Cacti spin. Plum trees blossom. Pigeons create love atop a clock. Mates chat by the riverside. Filmed February/March 2019 on a single 40 year old cartridge of Kodachrome Super 8 and hand-developed in Caffenol. The movie was heavily fogged, but there are some (real) images.
About: Inspired by a newspaper article about the plight of monarch butterflies, using found footage from four various sources, I edited, optically-printed, superimposed, scratched on, bleached and otherwise altered the movie to highlight, lament and challenge the monarch butterflies’ dilemma. –Caryn Cline
About: The Philosophy of Horror is a seven-part abstract adaptation of Noël Carroll’s influential movie theoretical ebook of the same game (published in 1990), which is a close examination of the horror genre. Our movie uses hand painted and decayed 35mm movie strips of the classic slasher film A Nightmare on Elm Road (Wes Craven, 1984) and its sequel A Nightmare on Elm Road 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985).
About: A series of wordless actions performed in a Delta hotel room. With a handmade sweater inspired by a dream, a light-up motorized winter scene, a replica Princess Diana engagement ring, a replica Titanic necklace, a replica Blue Man cross stitch, the CN Tower, and a coffee table biography of the founder of the famous Sandals luxury resort chain.
About: Inclinations began as a moment of “crip” play. The ramp becomes a source of constructive movement. Dancers can transport in methods that they cannot transport on flat surfaces and the ramp itself becomes an artistic object, transformed albeit temporarily into an environment that reveals connection, trust, beauty, and desire. Choreographed, directed, and shot from disability perspectives, this danc...
About: Jellyfish is a cinematic novel; a meditative approach to talk about notions of gender by translating cognitive knowledge and literary elements into filmic narrative. The movie depicts two types of characters: inhabitants of the fictional planet of gender utopian society that are gender fluid, and true characters who search themselves outside of cisnormativity. It offers other method of seeing gend...
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Overall unbelievable movie about how much a single basketball competition affects the lives of everyone involved. Making nice test of an abundance of footage from minigames in the 1980's, 90's and 00's, Wah-Nee Pride is simply a work of art. It flows with the professionalism of an ESPN documentary, and has emotional interviews to accompany the basketball footage. As a former camper at Wah-Nee, I went in with some doubt that the documentary would be able to convey the emotion that is required. I was simply blown away, all my doubts had been place to rest. The director of this movie adequately captured the energy of Camp Wah-Nee, and depicted the raw emotion on a dynamic moving picture. The chronological progression of this movie, from the 1980's until newest years, with cut-ins showing the 2012 tournament, give the documentary a very intriguing feel. As easy as it is, the flow of this documentary is nothing another than perfection.
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