A documentary about two friends travelling around the world with only basic things, a sailing boat and a school bus. On their way they are trying to gather and record the music of every country they visit.
The history of New York City's Apollo Theater in Harlem is given the full treatment.
The story of Indonesian composer Nyoman Wenten who spent 40 years teaching gamelan across America and gave performances all over the world.
After a routine partial hip replacement operation leaves his mother in a coma with permanent brain damage, what starts as a son's video diary becomes a citizen's investigation into the future of American health care.
Get ready to fall in deep, deep puppy love as we follow a litter of adorable puppies as they play, nap, tumble, eat and play some more. Featuring the worlds cutest and most loved and treasured breeds including Pugs, Labradors, Dachshunds and Pekingese – these furry pups will have you laughing, crying, swooning and barking for more as we watch them discover their new world.
The origin story behind one of Broadway's most beloved musicals, Fiddler on The Roof, and its creative roots in early 1960s New York, when "tradition" was on the wane as gender roles, sexuality, race relations and religion were evolving.
The feature-length documentary based on the life of former AFL star and passionate advocate for Indigenous causes, Adam Goodes.
"Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock n Roll" bolita la turbulenta leyenda de la asiento de Asbury Park, y cómo el habilidad de la canción puede ampliar a una concejo dividida. Asbury Park, el que exterior un histórico arduo ribereño, estalló en llamas durante un estío de vibración secular, paralizando la plaza durante los siguientes 45 años y reduciéndola a un importante estado de decadencia retén. En una pueblo literalmente dividida por las vías del ferrocarril, las revueltas destruyeron la legendaria atmósfera de jazz y blues del Westside. No obstante, de las llamas de la pueblo emergió el icónico sonido de Jersey.
Marie, Arthur, Emine, and Christian are ten years old. They live in Berlin. Strolling through the city with them, we experience their freedom as well as first notions of opposition.
Claudia, a trans-Chilean midwife, remembers the hardest and most difficult moments she had to face in order to live her identity. The documentary tells her history, her struggles and the constant abuses she had to live on a society that still excludes those that are considered "different".
A couple visits the property of their origins where the houses of the relatives living abroad are now standing. These relatives visit once a year for five days. They are the only visitors of these houses during the year.
A feature-length documentary on local video game stores and the final days of physical media.
Película documental sobre el tango en Querétaro, México.
A high-rise roof somewhere in Berlin. From the rooftop you can see the whole city. It is summer. On the roof is a group of refugees from Syria. The depth below reminds them of the depth of the sea. Above them is only sky. On this roof, they feel like they are back on their journey across the Mediterranean - lost on a small rubber boat. They begin to reenact the most dramatic situation they have survived during their flight: crossing the Mediterranean between Turkey and Greece. They try several times but the Turkish Coast Guard prevents them. During an attempt, water begins to swamp the boat - the refugees save themselves by swimming for hours.
Documentary about Asbury Park.
Brought to life through archival material and the reflections of over 40 colleagues, friends and fans, BLOOD & FLESH is much more than the story of a moviemaking life most unusual. It beautifully captures the worlds of outsider filmmaker communities that existed in California in the ’70s, and the weird ways they intersected with Hollywood mainstream and union indies. On Adamson shoots, regular Orson Welles crew and cinematographers like Gary Graver, Vilmos Szigmond and Lazlo Kovaks worked alongside Bud Cardos — and at one point, Charles Manson! Director David Gregory (founder of Severin Films, director of LOST SOUL: THE DOOMED JOURNEY OF RICHARD STANLEY’S ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU) spent years making this film, speaking to everyone down to the cops who investigated Adamson’s murder, vividly encapsulating both a bold life and tragic demise, with alien conspiracies, go-go dancers and Colonel Sanders coming in along the way. If you’ve got even a passing interest in cinema, you want to see this
A documentary focused on rock 'n' roll super fans Dennis and Lois and their journey over 40 years.