"filmID","content_type","creator","title","date_of_publication","runtime","series_title","summary","associated_entity","geography","subject","genre" "kan1437836-437837","stream","","The visual language of Herbert Matter","","79 minutes","","Herbert Matter designed a series of cutting-edge Swiss travel posters that won international acclaim for the pioneering use of photo-montage combined with type. Always striking a balance between fine art projects and commercial work, the taciturn designer found his own unique language. He was inspired by Russian constructivists and taught by artists in Paris in the late 20s. With his photography he was adept in documenting the early furniture of Charles and Ray Eames, creating covers for Vogue, as well as documenting his artists like Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning and Alberto Giacometti. As a filmmaker, he directed a critically acclaimed film ""Works of Calder"" about his good friend Alexander Calder, with music composed by John Cage. Later in life he was a professor for photography and graphic design at Yale University. In today's commercialized and oversaturated world, this documentary lets luminaries such as Robert Frank, Massimo Vignelli, Alvin Eisenman, Steven Heller, Elaine Lustig Cohen and others explain why Matter still matters. Through never-before-seen footage, personal photography and stunning graphic design work, the film explores the social and cultural impact of his personal visual language that influenced a whole generation of designer and artists.","[u'Frank, Robert', u'Matter, Herbert', u'Caduff, Reto', u'Vignelli, Massimo']","[u'United States', u'Paris', u'Russia', u'Swaziland']","[u'life', u'art', u'language', u'series', u'photography', u'russian', u'posters', u'design', u'artists', u'swiss', u'music', u'travel', u'furniture']","[u'Documentary films']" "kan2193638-1193639","stream","","Sittwe","","20 minutes","","Banned in Burma (Myanmar), Sittwe is a story about two teenagers from opposing sides of deadly religious and ethnic conflict. The film gives voice to the youth in a deeply divided society, to create space for dialogue about reconciliation. Phyu Phyu Than is a Rohingya Muslim girl and Aung San Myint is a Buddhist boy. Both saw their homes burned down during communal violence in 2012. Five years later, Phyu Phyu Than is languishing in an apartheid style camp for Rohingyas with no access to education beyond the 8th grade. She dreams of being a teacher and educating all youth -- Muslim and Buddhist -- in her hometown of Sittwe. Filmed over two years, Sittwe explores the teenagers' perceptions about ""other"" communities, their aspirations for education, and the possibility of reconciliation between the Buddhists and the Rohingya, described as the most persecuted minority in the world.","[u'Hallacy, Jeanne', u'Truffaut, Fran\xe7ois']","[u'Sittwe', u'Myanmar']","[u'reconciliation', u'voice', u'space', u'apartheid', u'violence', u'teenagers', u'youth', u'buddhists', u'education', u'dreams']","[u'Documentary films']" "kan2132499-1132501","stream","","The Periwig maker","","16 minutes","","In this Oscar-nominated short, a man seals himself off in 17th Century plague-infested London to escape the danger of infection. When a little girl seeks his help his life is turned upside down.","[u'Branagh, Kenneth', u'Sch\xe4ffler, Steffen']","[u'Great Britain', u'London']","[u'life', u'seals', u'danger']","[u'Short films']" "kan1577873-577874","stream","","Hunting and gathering = Ensemble, c'est tout","","97 minutes","","Camille (Audrey Tautou. Amelie, The Da Vinci Code) works evenings as an office cleaning woman and makes graceful drawings in her free time while living in the attic of a Parisian apartment block. Philibert (Laurent Stocker) is a young, aristocratic history buff living - temporarily - in an apartment lower down, part of the estate of his late grandmother. He has let out part of it to up-and-coming cook, Franck (Guillaume Canet), a gruff young loner and womaniser with a genuine love for his frail grandmother, Paulette (Francoise Bertin). When Camille falls ill, Philibert insists she stay with the two of them so he can look after her. And even though she and Franck clash, the trio manage to live together and learn from each other.","[u'Tautou, Audrey', u'Berri, Claude', u'Stocker, Laurent', u'Canet, Guillaume', u'Gavalda, Anna']","[u'Anna', u'Russia', u'Ivory Coast', u'Man']","[u'time', u'love', u'cleaning', u'history']","[u'Feature films']" "kan2021150-1021151","stream","","The addictive brain. The psychology and neuroscience of reward. Episode 2,","","30 minutes","[u'The addictive brain']","Caffeine and nicotine are two of the most common psychoactive drugs in our society. How do they work? How dangerous are they? After reviewing how each of these drugs affects the brain - and why nicotine in particular is so addictive - Professor Polk offers several strategies to quit tobacco use.","[u'Polk, Thad A.']","","[u'nicotine', u'psychology', u'tobacco', u'drugs', u'brain', u'neuroscience']","[u'Filmed lectures']" "kan2021152-1021153","stream","","The addictive brain. How addiction hijacks the brain. Episode 3,","","30 minutes","[u'The addictive brain']","Caffeine and nicotine are two of the most common psychoactive drugs in our society. How do they work? How dangerous are they? After reviewing how each of these drugs affects the brain - and why nicotine in particular is so addictive - Professor Polk offers several strategies to quit tobacco use.","[u'Polk, Thad A.']","","[u'drugs', u'brain', u'nicotine', u'tobacco']","[u'Filmed lectures']" "kan2021158-1021159","stream","","The addictive brain. Why we crave coffee and cigarettes. Episode 6,","","30 minutes","[u'The addictive brain']","Caffeine and nicotine are two of the most common psychoactive drugs in our society. How do they work? How dangerous are they? After reviewing how each of these drugs affects the brain - and why nicotine in particular is so addictive - Professor Polk offers several strategies to quit tobacco use.","[u'Polk, Thad A.']","","[u'drugs', u'brain', u'coffee', u'nicotine', u'tobacco']","[u'Filmed lectures']" "kan1561828-561829","stream","","Lolita","","132 minutes","","An iconic adaptation of the Vladimir Nabokov Classic, starring Oscar Winner Jeremy Irons, Melanie Griffith and Dominique Swain, LOLITA tells a disturbing tale of tortured and forbidden love. Humber Humbert, a professor of French literature, travels to a small New England Town to take a teaching position, searching for lodging he visits the home of a single mother Charlotte and her 14 year old daughter Dolores (Lolita). Upon seeing Dolores, Humbert is immediately smitten. Knowing his desire is forbidden, he marries the clueless Charlotte in order to stay close to her daughter.","[u'Irons, Jeremy', u'Swain, Dominique', u'Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich', u'Griffith, Melanie', u'Lyne, Adrian']","[u'Charlotte', u'Maldives', u'Uruguay', u'Dolores', u'France', u'United States', u'Ivory Coast', u'Adrian', u'Male', u'Griffith', u'Man']","[u'desire', u'teaching', u'england', u'french', u'home']","[u'Feature films']" "kan1641515-641516","stream","","Do I have to take care of everything? : Pitääkö mun kaikki hoitaa?","","7 minutes","","This hilarious Finnish short film was a Nominee for Best Short Film, Live Action at 2014 Academy Awards. Sini wakes up in a panic: she has slept in and the family is late for a wedding. She wakes up her husband Jokke and daughters Ella and Kerttu. They start to prepare themselves in a hurry. Mother is going crazy since nobody else seems to be able to do anything right. Who has messed father's shirt, and hid the girls' dresses and the wedding gift?","[u'Vilhunen, Selma']","[u'United States', u'Selma', u'Finland']","[u'finnish', u'family', u'daughters']","[u'Short films']" "kan1518223-518224","stream","","Prison state","","84 minutes","","With this intimate, graphic film, award-winning director Dan Edge follows four residents of a housing project in Louisville, Ky., as they cycle in and out of the state's jails and prisons. More than two years in the making, the program uses deep access to the Louisville jail to offer raw firsthand accounts from prisoners, prison staff, and people whose lives are forever altered by this troubled system, and focuses on the efforts of Mark Bolton, the city's director of corrections, as he tries to move inmates back into the community. Under a reform act, Kentucky has allowed a number of nonviolent prisoners early release in order to save tax dollars. However, the prison system experiences a large number of inmates who are released only to be rearrested for violating terms of their parole. Mental illness and substance abuse are often the cause. According to some experts, the conditions for release, which require monthly payments, regular meetings with a parole officer, employment, and more, are very difficult to satisfy. There are roughly 2.3 million people behind bars in the U.S., with a disproportionate number coming from a few city neighborhoods. More than two years in the making, PRISON STATE takes an intimate look at the cycle of incarceration in America, and one state's effort to reverse the trend.","[u'Edge, Dan']","[u'United States', u'Louisville']","[u'illness', u'jails', u'prisoners', u'back', u'substance abuse', u'mental illness', u'meetings', u'abuse', u'prison', u'parole', u'housing']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "kan1561830-561831","stream","","The lover = L'amant","","116 minutes","","Nominated for Best Cinematography at the Academy Awards and Best Foreign Film at the Cesar Awards THE LOVER is an acclaimed period romantic drama. In 1929 French Indochina, a French teenage girl embarks on a reckless and forbidden romance with a wealthy, older Chinese man, each knowing that knowledge of their affair will bring drastic consequences to each other.","[u'March, Jane', u'Meininger, Fr\xe9d\xe9rique', u'Liang, Jiahui', u'Berri, Claude']","[u'March', u'France', u'Great Britain', u'China', u'Ivory Coast', u'Man']","[u'cinematography', u'awards', u'french', u'chinese']","[u'Feature films']" "kan1533002-533003","stream","","Germinal","","152 minutes","","During the Second Napoleonic Empire, Etienne Lantier finds employment as a coal miner in the northern French town of Montsou. He immediately encounters misery and degradation in the appalling conditions of the mine. There he meets men as unscrupulous as Chaval and, conversely, as generous as Maheu. In fact, a whole range of suffering humanity, laboring under the curse of capitalism.","[u'Renaud', u'Miou-Miou', u'Depardieu, G\xe9rard', u'Berri, Claude']","[u'France']","[u'coal', u'suffering', u'men', u'employment', u'french']","[u'Feature films']" "kan1946844-946845","stream","","Tickling giants","","111 minutes","","Dr. Bassem Youssef made a decision that's every mother's worst nightmare - he left his job as a heart surgeon to become a full-time comedian. Dubbed ""The Egyptian Jon Stewart,"" Bassem creates the most viewed television program in the Middle East. He has 30 million viewers per episode, compared to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart's 2 million viewers. In a country where free speech is not settled law, Bassem comes up with creative ways to non-violently challenge abuses of power. He endures physical threats, protests, and legal action - all because of his politically charged jokes. No unicorns or falafel were harmed in the making of this film.","[u'Taksler, Sara', u'Youssef, Bassem']","[u'Egypt']","[u'heart', u'television', u'speech', u'egyptian']","[u'Documentary films']" "kan2059734-1059735","stream","","The big history of civilizations. African kingdoms and trade. Episode 30,","","30 minutes","[u'The big history of civilizations']","Sub-Saharan Africa has often been overlooked by outside historians who are considering the rise of human civilization, yet nations such as Mali and Ghana and the Bantu and Swahili civilizations all have a rich and fascinating history. Survey the story of Africa with a special focus on sub-Saharan geography, people, and civilizations.","[u'Benjamin, Craig']","[u'Ghana', u'Mali']","[u'swahili', u'mali', u'africa', u'historians', u'african', u'history']","[u'Filmed lectures', u'Educational films']" "kan1885434-885436","stream","","3801 Lancaster : American tragedy","","57 minutes","","Six years ago, Dr. Kermit Gosnell was known in West Philadelphia as ""The Good Doctor."" Today, he sits behind bars, convicted of three counts of first degree murder. How did this beloved doctor become one of the most hated and controversial figures of the decade? In February of 2010, the Philadelphia Police Department and the FBI raided the offices of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, a respected physician and late-term abortion provider in West Philadelphia. The doctor was suspected of selling prescription drugs illegally. However, what investigators discovered upon entering the clinic was unthinkable. Through exclusive interviews with detectives, crime scene investigators, journalists, victims, and Dr. Gosnell himself, 3801 LANCASTER: AMERICAN TRAGEDY tells a story of violence, greed, and a coverup that shook the nation.","[u'Altrogge, David']","[u'United States', u'Lancaster', u'Panama', u'LANCASTER', u'David']","[u'selling', u'police', u'drugs', u'interviews', u'abortion', u'crime', u'american', u'offices', u'tragedy']","[u'Documentary films']" "kan1945889-945890","stream","","Call of cuteness","","4 minutes","","All that is outsourced and kept out of sight, gets back to us in this consumerist nightmare. On a global playground the cat's body is devoured. Objects are fetishized & subjects made into things. They are the natural resources of a luxury they'll never know. The bodies reveal the causes and effects of power, pleasure and hate.","[u'Lien, Brenda']","","[u'pleasure', u'natural resources', u'back']","[u'Animated films', u'Short films']" "kan1946929-946930","stream","","A single life","","3 minutes","","When playing a mysterious vinyl single, Pia is suddenly able to travel through her life.","[u'Roggeveen, Job']","","[u'travel']","[u'Animated films', u'Short films']" "kan1525717-525718","stream","","2 days in Paris","","101 minutes","","A European vacation intended to repair the tattered relationship between Jack, an American, and Marion, a French native, only dismantles further by the time they arrive in Paris to visit Marion's family. The city brings out aspects of Marion that only alienates the neurotic Jack further. From her in-your-face politics to the former boyfriends who seem to surface at every cafe they visit. The most romantic city in the world could possibly mean the end to this couple's romance.","[u'Br\xfchl, Daniel', u'Delpy, Julie', u'Goldberg, Adam']","[u'Paris', u'France', u'United States', u'Marion', u'Ivory Coast', u'Man']","[u'politics', u'european', u'french', u'time']","[u'Feature films']" "kan2485021-1485022","stream","","Memento","","113 minutes","","Three-time Oscar nominee Christopher Nolan (Interstellar, Inception) directs this critically acclaimed mystery. Leonard (Guy Pearce) is tracking down the man who raped and murdered his wife. The difficulty, however, of locating his wife's killer is compounded by the fact that he suffers from a rare, untreatable form of memory loss. Although he can recall details of life before his accident, Leonard cannot remember what happened fifteen minutes ago, where he's going, or why.","[u'Moss, Carrie-Anne,', u'Nolan, Jonathan', u'Nolan, Christopher', u'Pearce, Guy', u'Pantoliano, Joe']","[u'Norway', u'Moss']","[u'recall', u'life', u'memory']","[u'Drama', u'Film adaptations']" "kan1962554-962555","stream","","A letter to Momo = Momo e no tegami","","243 minutes","","From the creators of Ghost in the Shell comes a wonderfully expressive and beautifully hand-drawn animated tale that combines bursts of whimsy and kinetic humor with deeply felt emotion and drama. The last time Momo saw her father they had a fight - and now all she has left to remember him by is an incomplete letter, a blank piece of paper penned with the words ""Dear Momo,"" but nothing more. Moving with her mother to the remote Japanese island of Shio, Momo soon discovers three yokai living in her attic, a trio of mischievous spirit creatures that only she can see and who create mayhem in the tiny seaside community as she tries desperately to keep them hidden. But these funny monsters have a serious side and may hold the key to helping Momo discover what her father had been trying to tell her. A LETTER TO MOMO was seven years in the making, and the handmade animation is superb, from the painstakingly rendered serenity of the island's Shinto shrines to the climactic finale - a frantic chase featuring thousands of squirming, morphing ghosts and spirits that is the best cinematic flight of supernatural fancy in years.","[u'Okiura, Hiroyuki']","[u'Japan']","[u'flight', u'spirits', u'father', u'japanese', u'paper', u'supernatural', u'shinto', u'time', u'ghosts', u'monsters']","[u'Animated films', u'Fiction films', u'Feature films', u'Drama', u'Action and adventure films']" "kan2148885-1148886","stream","","The cow who wanted to be a hamburger","","6 minutes","","An award-winning animated children's fable about the power of advertising, the meaning of life and ultimately the test of a mother's love.","[u'Plympton, Bill']","","[u'life']","[u'Fiction films', u'Animated films', u'Short films', u'Experimental films']" "kan1110465-110466","stream","","American Jesus","","78 minutes","","AMERICAN JESUS is a vivid mosaic of personalities and conflicting points of view that emerges as a portrait of an America yearning for solace and meaning in the modern world. An exploration of Christianity in every faction of American life, from the bread line to the yoga studio, from the humble churches of snake handlers to the mega churches of the ex-urbs. Christian cowboys, bikers and musicians, comedians, surfers and cage-fighters, they are all doing it for Christ. Reviews: American Jesus is an important documentary that will redefine how the world looks at America and how we Americans look at ourselves... with a level of intuitive intelligence I've never seen before in a film on religion. - Huffington Post One of the best, if not, the best documentary on Christianity in the United States today, lift your arms in prayer and say Hallelujah for American Jesus.- Movie Shark An amazing film ... one of the best and most interesting documentaries on religion. - Todd Brown, Twitch","[u'Arriga, Aram']","[u'United States']","[u'yoga', u'intelligence', u'modern', u'prayer', u'surfers', u'united states', u'american', u'americans', u'churches', u'exploration', u'christianity', u'bread']","" "kan1137519-137520","stream","","Been rich all my life","","80 minutes","","""I'm going to dance, dance, dance til I can't dance no more!"" - Bertye Lou Wood (age 96). Meet the Silver Belles, five tap dancers who performed in 1930's Harlem at the famed Apollo and Cotton Club, with legendary band leaders like Cab Calloway and Duke Ellington. They have rich stories to tell about the history they made during the Harlem Renaissance, illuminated by a treasure trove of archival film and photos. Together again, after a few decades hiatus, they're dancing to standing ovations - as sassy as they ever were! ""THRILLING! The Silver Belles are bold, brash and gorgeous.""- Village Voice. ""MARVELOUS! A real treasure."" - The New Yorker. ""Fabulous heroines, extraordinary energy...they charm!"" - New York Daily News. ""TRULY ASTOUNDING, awe-inspiring and delightful!"" - New York Sun. "" ENCHANTING!"" - Kam Williams, BlackNews.com. ""Charming subjects & a fine sense of history. RECOMMENDED!"" - New York Magazine. ""Never mind the rockettes! See this beautiful movie."" - Savion Glover.","[u'MacDonald, Heather Lyn']","","[u'tap', u'dance', u'dancers', u'tap dancers', u'wood', u'history', u'silver', u'cotton']","[u'Documentary films']" "kan2149036-1149038","stream","","Patema inverted = Sakasama no Patema","","198 minutes","","From visionary director Yasuhiro Yoshiura (Time of Eve) comes PATEMA INVERTED, a perspective-twisting sci-fi adventure about two kids separated by opposite gravities. Patema lives in an underground world of tunnels, the long-abandoned ruins of a giant industrial complex. Though she is a princess, she is held back by the rules imposed by the elders of her clan. One day when she is exploring in a forbidden zone, she is startled by a strange bat-like creature and tumbles headlong into a void - and out into the wide open world above the surface, a place with reversed physics, where if she let go she would ""fall up"" into the sky and be lost forever. Age is a student on this surface world, a totalitarian society whose compliant population has been brainwashed against the ""sinners who fell into the sky."" When he spies Patema hanging upside-down from a tree, he pulls her down to safety, struggling with all his might to keep her earthbound as she grips on to him for dear life. Together their weights cancel each other out, and once they master the art of navigating competing gravitational forces, they set out to evade the leaders of Age's world and discover the secret that keeps their worlds apart.","[u'Yoshiura, Yasuhiro']","[u'Japan']","[u'art', u'age', u'back', u'spies', u'society', u'hanging', u'population']","[u'Animated films', u'Feature films']" "kan1618688-618689","stream","","Symphony of the soil","","104 minutes","","Drawing from ancient knowledge and cutting-edge science, SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL is an artistic exploration of the miraculous substance: soil. By understanding the elaborate relationships and mutuality between soil, water, the atmosphere, plants and animals, we come to appreciate the complex and dynamic nature of this precious resource. The film also examines our human relationship with soil, the use and misuse of soil in agriculture, deforestation and development, and the latest scientific research on soil's key role in ameliorating the most challenging environmental issues of our time. Filmed on four continents and featuring esteemed scientists and working farmers and ranchers, SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL is an intriguing presentation that highlights possibilities of healthy soil to create healthy plants for healthy humans who live on a healthy planet.","[u'Garcia, Deborah Koons']","","[u'plants', u'continents', u'nature', u'scientific research', u'farmers', u'research', u'deforestation', u'symphony', u'exploration', u'scientists', u'drawing']","[u'Documentary films']" "kan1490416-490417","stream","","Where soldiers come from","","92 minutes","","Winner of an Emmy and the Independent Spirit Award, WHERE SOLDIERS COME FROM is an intimate look at the young men who fight our wars and the families and town they come from. Returning to her hometown, Director Heather Courtney gains extraordinary access following these young men as they grow and change from teenagers stuck in their town, to National Guard soldiers looking for roadside bombs in Afghanistan, to 23-year-old veterans dealing with the silent war wounds of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and PTSD.","[u'Fredianelli, Dominic', u'Smith, Cole', u'Beaudoin, Matt', u'Courtney, Heather']","[u'United States', u'Afghanistan', u'Michigan']","[u'families', u'men', u'teenagers', u'brain', u'bombs', u'young men', u'war wounds', u'soldiers', u'veterans', u'war', u'change']","[u'Documentary films']" "kan2231209-1231210","stream","","Ishi's return","","30 minutes","","A short documentary about Ishi, billed in 1911 as the ""last wild Indian"" when he wandered out of the woods in Oroville, CA, and became a national sensation. When Ishi died, his brain was removed and sent to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Eighty years later, his descendants in California fight to have his remains repatriated to his ancestral home. Contrary to the master narrative that Indians would die off, the film shows how Native Americans managed to survive the darkest period of their history and reclaim parts of a fractured past.","[u'Ishi', u'Eyre, Chris']","[u'United States', u'Washington', u'India', u'Oroville']","[u'native americans', u'brain', u'indians', u'americans', u'history']","[u'Documentary films']" "kan1850960-850961","stream","","Othello","","204 minutes","","This production is part of a famous series produced by BBC of all of William Shakespeare's plays. The resulting films, renowned for their loyalty to the text, utilized the best theatrical and television directors and brought highly praised performances from leading contemporary actors. Jealousy in love is one of the most common of human emotions. In OTHELLO, Shakespeare combines this universal theme with perfectly structured scenes, a storyline that lingers in the memory and a prime example of a tragic hero, Othello himself. The result is perhaps his greatest triumph as a stage play. When the evil Iago plants the seeds of doubt in Othello's mind about Desdemona's fidelity, audiences around the world have been held spellbound.","[u'Hoskins, Bob', u'Hopkins, Anthony', u'Miller, Jonathan', u'Iago (Fictitious character)', u'Shakespeare, William', u'Othello (Fictitious character from Shakespeare)']","[u'United States', u'Italy', u'Hopkins']","[u'plants', u'television', u'love', u'jealousy', u'series', u'character', u'evil', u'directors', u'seeds', u'audiences', u'memory', u'performances']","[u'Film adaptations']" "kan1417483-417484","stream","","Summertime = La belle saison","","106 minutes","","Sensual and elegant, Catherine Corsini's SUMMERTIME follows Carole and Delphine as they fall in love against the backdrop of early feminist activism in 1971 France. After living in the city, Delphine is called home to help with her family farm in the countryside and is forced to choose between her responsibility to them and the life of love she had in Paris with Carole. An enlightening tale about the infatuation of first love and its universal themes.","[u'Iz\xefa', u'France, C\xe9cile de', u'Lvovsky, No\xe9mie', u'Corsini, Catherine']","[u'United States', u'Paris', u'Russia', u'Gay', u'France']","[u'life', u'love', u'family', u'activism', u'responsibility', u'infatuation', u'home']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3572382-marc","stream","","Portrait of Zubin Mehta","","40 minutes","","Filmed in Los Angeles and Bombay, Portrait of Zubin Mehta is a brilliant experiment in pure cinema verité. Features Mussorgsky's ""Pictures at an Exhibition"". Photographed by Erik Daarstad.","[u'Sanders, Terry', u'Mehta, Zubin']","[u'United States', u'Los Angeles']","[u'no terms']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572344-marc","stream","","Sing!","","35 minutes","","How do squeaky-voiced 8 year olds become amazing singers? This documentary about the Los Angeles Children's Chorus tells the story of how a community group, amid severe cutbacks in the arts, is able to develop a children's chorus that is one of the best in the country. An LACC special limited use.","[u'Sanders, Jessica', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u""Los Angeles Children's Chorus""]","","[u'no terms']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572342-marc","stream","","Bird by bird with Annie","","53 minutes","","A portrait of the best-selling author and laugh out-loud funny humorist Anne Lamott (Plan B, Bird by Bird, Traveling Mercies, Operating Instructions, Crooked Little Heart) and the inspiring story of a survivor — a recovering alcoholic and single mother who is a born-again Christian and liberal activist.","[u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Lamott, Anne']","[u'United States']","[u'no terms']","[u'Biographical films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3566402-marc","stream","","Violencia domestica & maltrato a personas mayores","","37 minutes","","La violencia doméstica y el abuso de las personas mayores pueden ocurrir en cualquier lugar en las grandes ciudades, pequeñas ciudades y los suburbios. Es un problema vergonzoso, pero por desgracia no es un único o nuevo. Incluye directrices específicas para los cuidadores en el hogar de salud.","[u'Davies, John', u'Tomlinson, Karen', u'Collazo, Joel']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3566372-marc","stream","","Derechos del cliente en hogar de salud","","24 minutes","","Respeto, dignidad , privacidad y confidencialidad son algunos de los derechos basicos garantizados bajo la ley para todos los individuos que reciven cuidado de salud. OBRA, OSHA, y JCAHO todos promueven los derechos de los clientes a atencion segura y cuidado con etica. Este programa le dara al personal la informacion necesaria para asegurar estos derechos en el cuidado de la casa del cliente.","[u'Hendricks, Robin']","[u'OBRA', u'India']","[u'no terms']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3566362-marc","stream","","Cultural diversity in healthcare. Assisted living","","35 minutes","[u'Cultural diversity in healthcare']","Culturally competent care adapts care interventions to the cultural needs and preferences (ethnic and religious beliefs, values, and practices) of diverse clients. This program provides practical and effective methods of recognizing and dealing with the special needs of different cultures. Developed for Assisted Living Facilities.","[u'Tomlinson, Karen']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3562433-marc","stream","","Daniel Deronda. Episode 3","","50 minutes","[u'Daniel Deronda']","Andrew Davies dramatisation of the George Eliot novel. This is part three of the four part adaptation, directed by Tom Hooper.","[u'Marks, Louis', u'Davies, Andrew', u'Eliot, George', u'Hooper, Tom']","[u'Marks', u'Russia', u'George', u'South Africa']","[u'no terms']","[u'Television adaptations', u'Television mini-series', u'Fiction television programs']" "asp3562407-marc","stream","","Bleak House. Episode 1","","52 minutes","[u'Bleak House']","Andrew Davies' adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic tale. Young orphan Esther Summerson is brought to the High Court of Chancery, where she is thrown together with two wards of the court, Richard Carstone and Ada Clare. Both are caught up in the infamous suit of Jarndyce and Jarndyce, which brings nothing but ruin and despair to all it touches. Esther, Richard and Ada are sent to live at Bleak House, where they receive a friendly welcome from their rich guardian John Jarndyce.","[u'Davies, Andrew', u'Chadwick, Justin', u'Stafford-Clark, Nigel', u'Dickens, Charles']","[u'Nigel', u'South Africa', u'Uruguay', u'Young', u'United States', u'Ada']","[u'no terms']","[u'Television adaptations', u'Television mini-series', u'Fiction television programs']" "asp3550607-marc","stream","","How to lose the presidency. Donald Trump moments","","3 minutes","[u'How to lose the presidency']","""How to Lose the Presidency"" features memorable moments from presidential campaigns that did not go as planned, from Howard Dean's infamous scream to Marco Rubio's poorly-timed sip of water. From what he thinks about Ted Cruz to how he could shoot people, the Teflon Don's campaign continues to survive his shocking jaw-dropping statements.","[u'Trump, Donald']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Nonfiction television programs']" "asp3550605-marc","stream","","How to lose the presidency. Dennis Kucinich sees UFO","","3 minutes","[u'How to lose the presidency']","""How to Lose the Presidency"" features memorable moments from presidential campaigns that did not go as planned, from Howard Dean's infamous scream to Marco Rubio's poorly-timed sip of water. Asked whether or not he stood by claims of seeing a UFO years earlier, his bizarre response is more worthy of the X-Files than a presidential debate.","[u'Kucinich, Dennis J.']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Nonfiction television programs']" "asp3550595-marc","stream","","How to lose the presidency. Dan Quayle misspells potato","","3 minutes","[u'How to lose the presidency']","""How to Lose the Presidency"" features memorable moments from presidential campaigns that did not go as planned, from Howard Dean's infamous scream to Marco Rubio's poorly-timed sip of water. After inaccurately correcting a 12-year-old during a 6th-grade spelling bee, the relentless media coverage of the goof ensures the VP never hears the end of it.","[u'Quayle, Dan']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Nonfiction television programs']" "asp3550585-marc","stream","","How to lose the presidency. Clint Eastwood talks to a chair","","3 minutes","[u'How to lose the presidency']","""How to Lose the Presidency"" features memorable moments from presidential campaigns that did not go as planned, from Howard Dean's infamous scream to Marco Rubio's poorly-timed sip of water. Clint Eastwood is invited to speak about Mitt Romney at the 2012 Republican Convention, but instead focuses on an imaginary Obama in a nearby chair.","[u'Eastwood, Clint']","[u'Eastwood', u'Japan', u'Great Britain', u'Obama']","[u'no terms']","[u'Nonfiction television programs']" "asp3550581-marc","stream","","How to lose the presidency. Bush no taxes","","3 minutes","[u'How to lose the presidency']","""How to Lose the Presidency"" features memorable moments from presidential campaigns that did not go as planned, from Howard Dean's infamous scream to Marco Rubio's poorly-timed sip of water. George H.W. Bush promises that, when he's president, there will be no new taxes. Very forcefully. Of course, there was no way to keep this promise.","[u'Bush, George']","[u'Turkey', u'Of', u'George', u'South Africa']","[u'no terms']","[u'Nonfiction television programs']" "asp3550567-marc","stream","","How to lose the presidency. Ben Carson misses his entrance","","3 minutes","[u'How to lose the presidency']","""How to Lose the Presidency"" features memorable moments from presidential campaigns that did not go as planned, from Howard Dean's infamous scream to Marco Rubio's poorly-timed sip of water. Ben Carson and Donald Trump both miss their cues to walk on stage at a GOP debate, awkwardly standing still while their opponents pass them by.","[u'Carson, Ben']","[u'United States', u'Carson']","[u'no terms']","[u'Nonfiction television programs']" "asp3550551-marc","stream","","How to lose the presidency. Al Gore kisses Tipper","","3 minutes","[u'How to lose the presidency']","""How to Lose the Presidency"" features memorable moments from presidential campaigns that did not go as planned, from Howard Dean's infamous scream to Marco Rubio's poorly-timed sip of water. Al Gore's passionate liplock at the 2000 Democratic convention caught his wife by surprise and riveted audiences, mainly because of how creepy it was.","[u'Gore, Al']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Nonfiction television programs']" "asp3372598-marc","stream","","New black. Ralph","","11 minutes","[u'New black']","For Maddie it will take more than just dreaming about the Karate Kid to survive school; it will take a friend.","[u'Mangum, Jessie', u'Mailman, Deborah']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Short films']" "asp3372594-marc","stream","","Bit of black business. Hush","","6 minutes","[u'Bit of black business']","Ethel and her friend Mary resort to an unlikely occupation at night to top up their pensions. Ethel's daughter is horrified when she discovers they are not really ""playing cards"".","[u'Shelper, Kath', u'Curtis, Dena']","[u'Turkmenistan', u'Mary']","[u'no terms']","[u'Short films']" "asp3372586-marc","stream","","Bit of black business. The turtle","","6 minutes","[u'Bit of black business']","Thirteen year old Jason is going through the changes to become a young man. His mother sends him to the only decent role model she can think of, his paternal grandfather, for a holiday in a small coastal town.","[u'Shelper, Kath', u'Cross, Kelli']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Short films']" "asp3372578-marc","stream","","Bit of black business. Days like these","","6 minutes","[u'Bit of black business']","Trying to find a job, Dan has to overcome social stereotypes.","[u'Adams, Martin', u'Shelper, Kath']","[u'Slovakia', u'Martin']","[u'no terms']","[u'Short films']" "asp3369397-marc","stream","","12th International Congress on Ericksonian Approaches to Psychotherapy. Core transformation","","55 minutes","[u'12th International Congress on Ericksonian Approaches to Psychotherapy']","An audience member will be selected with a real and workable problem. Participants will: 1. Learn how a problem or symptom can be used as the doorway to a profound experience of ""Peace"", ""Beingness"", or ""Presence"". 2. Learn how this uncovered experience (called a Core State) can then be utilized to naturally transform the problem or symptom. 3. Learn how to uncover ""intermediate outcomes"" related to the problem, so that the transformation is often more far-reaching than expected.","[u'Andreas, Connirae']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Conference papers and proceedings', u'Instructional films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3364785-marc","stream","","Quiet fight. The right to land Episode 5,","","29 minutes","[u'Quiet fight']","Norwegian documentary. Niila is reindeer herder and loves his reindeer. Now there are plans to start a new mine in the middle of his pastures. Niila think it will ruin his future. In Kiruna, Hammerfest, and Russia, we meet people who have opinions about who owns Lapland.","[u'Hilmo, Berte', u'Borchgrevink, Lise']","[u'Norway', u'Russia']","[u'no terms']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3253279-marc","stream","","Mayo Clinic Patient Education. Cheek, chin cheek implant lift","","5 minutes","[u'Mayo Clinic Patient Education']","This video, produced by the Mayo Clinic. is about cheek and chin implant and its procedures.","","","[u'no terms']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3253243-marc","stream","","Mayo Clinic Patient Education. A guide to your transplant journey at the Mayo Clinic Transplant Center.;Welcome to the Mayo Clinic Transplant Center","","19 minutes","[u'Mayo Clinic Patient Education. A guide to your transplant journey at the Mayo Clinic Transplant Center']","This video, produced by the Mayo Clinic, is an introduction and guide to your transplant journey at the Mayo Clinic Transplant Center.","[u'Mayo Clinic']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3240859-marc","stream","","Moderate or procedural sedation. ensuring safe recovery and discharge Patient assessment and monitoring ","","2 minutes","[u'Moderate or procedural sedation']","This video is about ensuring safe recovery and discharge of patients.","","","[u'no terms']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp3240851-marc","stream","","Moderate or procedural sedation. the sedation continuum Patient assessment and monitoring ","","3 minutes","[u'Moderate or procedural sedation']","This short video is about the Sedation Continuum and the risks involved.","","","[u'no terms']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp3240849-marc","stream","","Moderate or procedural sedation. preparing the procedure room Patient assessment and monitoring ","","2 minutes","[u'Moderate or procedural sedation']","This short video is about the preparation of the procedure room and the facilities needed for operation.","","","[u'no terms']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp3226999-marc","stream","","Food for thought","","2 minutes","","There will soon be seven billion humans on Earth, how does that number compare to other species on the planet?","[u'Holmes, Rowland']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3226969-marc","stream","","Jamestown","","3 minutes","","A story on discoveries at Jamestown, including the settlement fort, a graveyard, and artifacts. Archaeologist William Kelso discusses his findings.","","[u'United States', u'Jamestown']","[u'no terms']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3226915-marc","stream","","Waterspouts","","1 minute","","Waterspouts: Amateur video shows waterspouts in action. Resembling tornadoes, these waterspouts move over large bodies of water.","","","[u'no terms']","[u'Nature films']" "asp3176874-marc","stream","","Saved from the flames. Persuade me","","82 minutes","[u'Saved from the flames']","These films, compiled by Flicker Alley, include vintage promotional films, puppet animation, WWII-era shorts, election campaign films, election news, cartoons, and an FDR presidential campaign-promotion.","[u'Masino, Jeffery', u'Shepard, David']","[u'Panama', u'David']","[u'no terms']","[u'Promotional films', u'Propaganda films', u'Documentary films']" "asp2785082-hrmo","stream","","Making your case","1988","25 min","","This video presents aspects of public speaking.","[u'Robinson, Peter']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp2785079-hrmo","stream","","Selecting the perfect team","1993","24 min","","Dramatizes the pitfalls awaiting organizations that approach hiring and team-building from the wrong angle. Illustrates a successful process for assembling a team and then working effectively as a group.","[u'Garden, Graeme']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp2661075-hrmo","stream","","It's your choice selection skills for managers","1993","34 min","","To provide managers with all the necessary skills to conduct an effective recruitment interview.","[u'Cleese, John', u'Brooks, Ray', u'Laurie, Hugh', u'French, Dawn', u'Young, Robert']","[u'France', u'Young', u'Uruguay']","[u'no terms']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp2661073-hrmo","stream","","Managing problem people behavioural skills for leaders. Rulebound Reggie","1988","11 min","[u'Managing problem people']","Rulebound Reggie tells his manager that nothing can be done until the paperwork is in order. Encouraging Reggie's sense of belonging makes him much more amenable.","[u'Cleese, John', u'Crichton, Charles']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp2544498-marc","stream","","Black Journal. Black centennial","","28 minutes","[u'Black Journal']","On this episode of Tony Brown's Black Journal, Lillian Cosby and Edward Peters discuss the black presence, yesterday and today. They will take a look backwards at the psychic predictions about America's future from 1776 and a look forward at America and the world's future from 1976.","[u'Merdin, Jon', u'Brown, Tony']","[u'United States']","[u'no terms']","[u'Television interviews']" "asp1794299-marc","stream","Ravel, Maurice,1875-1937,composer","A night of rhythm and dance. La valse","","3 minutes","[u'A night of rhythm and dance']","","[u'Coles, Bob', u'Ravel, Maurice', u'Nagano, Kent', u'Hellthaler, Bernd']","[u'United States', u'Kent']","[u'no terms']","[u'Filmed performances', u'Waltzes (Music)']" "asp1794298-marc","stream","Ravel, Maurice,1875-1937,composer","A night of rhythm and dance. Suite Nr. 2 = suite no. 2 Daphnis et Chloé ","","16 minutes","[u'A night of rhythm and dance']","","[u'Coles, Bob', u'Nagano, Kent', u'Hellthaler, Bernd']","[u'United States', u'Kent']","[u'no terms']","[u'Suites', u'Ballets (Music)', u'Filmed performances']" "asp1794270-marc","stream","Matsushita, Isao,1951-composer","A night of rhythm and dance. Hi-ten-yu","","17 minutes","[u'A night of rhythm and dance']","","[u'Coles, Bob', u'Hayashi, Eitetsu', u'Hellthaler, Bernd', u'Nagano, Kent']","[u'United States', u'Kent']","[u'no terms']","[u'Filmed performances', u'Art music']" "asp1794264-marc","stream","Lincke, Paul,1866-1946,composer","A night of rhythm and dance. Berliner Luft","","4 minutes","[u'A night of rhythm and dance']","","[u'Coles, Bob', u'Nagano, Kent', u'Hellthaler, Bernd']","[u'United States', u'Kent']","[u'no terms']","[u'Marches (Music)', u'Operas', u'Filmed performances', u'Excerpts']" "asp1794242-marc","stream","Hayashi, Eitetsu,1952-composer,performer","A night of rhythm and dance. Utage","","6 minutes","[u'A night of rhythm and dance']","","[u'Coles, Bob', u'Hellthaler, Bernd']","","[u'no terms']","[u'Filmed performances', u'Art music']" "asp1794240-marc","stream","Gershwin, George,1898-1937,composer","A night of rhythm and dance. Someone to watch over me","","5 minutes","[u'A night of rhythm and dance']","","[u'Coles, Bob', u'Nagano, Kent', u'Hellthaler, Bernd', u'Graham, Susan']","[u'United States', u'Graham', u'Kent']","[u'no terms']","[u'Excerpts', u'Songs', u'Filmed performances', u'Musicals']" "asp1794237-marc","stream","Gershwin, George,1898-1937,composer","A night of rhythm and dance. I got rhythm","","6 minutes","[u'A night of rhythm and dance']","","[u'Coles, Bob', u'Nagano, Kent', u'Hellthaler, Bernd', u'Graham, Susan']","[u'United States', u'Graham', u'Kent']","[u'no terms']","[u'Excerpts', u'Songs', u'Filmed performances', u'Musicals']" "asp1794236-marc","stream","Gershwin, George,1898-1937,composer","A night of rhythm and dance. Fascinating rhythm","","3 minutes","[u'A night of rhythm and dance']","","[u'Coles, Bob', u'Nagano, Kent', u'Hellthaler, Bernd', u'Graham, Susan']","[u'United States', u'Graham', u'Kent']","[u'no terms']","[u'Excerpts', u'Songs', u'Filmed performances', u'Musicals']" "asp394168-daiv","stream","","Lonely town, lonely street","p1986.","27 min","","","[u'Van Nierop, Albert', u'Storer, Andrew', u'Price, Catherine', u'Poole, Robert', u'Bethune, Lucy', u'Baldwin, Mark', u'Grimm, Thomas', u'North, Robert', u'Withers, Bill', u'Evelyn, Mary', u'Walker, Diane B']","[u'Turkmenistan', u'Poole', u'United States', u'Great Britain', u'Walker', u'Baldwin', u'Mary']","[u'no terms']","" "asp388278-daiv","stream","","Troy game","p1989.","25 min","","","[u'LaMarche, David', u'North, Robert', u'Grimm, Thomas', u'Mitchell, Arthur', u'Downes, Bob']","[u'United States', u'Panama', u'Mitchell', u'Troy', u'David']","[u'no terms']","" "asp3654782-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. Fighting for nothing to happen","","48 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","After the volcanic eruption of Mount Rokatenda, the people of the island of Pulau Palue in east Indonesia are to be relocated. But are the planned relocation and the ""new"" life at the neighbouring Pulau Besar really promising? This film accompanies Father Cyrillus, priest and employee of a Christian NGO, in his efforts to promote and drive forward the relocation project. A worried host community, unclear land rights at the relocation site, a corrupt and disorganized government in the district capital as well as impatient refugees in temporary shelters are challenging the protagonists in their attempts to make the best of the situation.","[u'Wildenauer, Nora']","[u'Indonesia']","[u'life', u'government', u'indonesia', u'father', u'capital', u'refugees']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3593115-marc","stream","","Lads and jockeys","","99 minutes","","In a small village near Paris, 14-year-old boys and girls enter the training center for future lads and jockeys. For these young pupils, the transition between the family environment and this new world is brutal. Though sharing the world of teenagers -- flirting, cell phones and PlayStation -- they enter a world where the comfort of the horses comes before that of the human.","[u'Marquet, Benjamin']","[u'United States', u'Paris', u'France']","[u'horses', u'training', u'family', u'cell phones', u'girls', u'teenagers', u'environment', u'boys', u'jockeys']","[u'Sports films', u'Feature films']" "asp3593113-marc","stream","","Ida","","83 minutes","","From acclaimed director Pawel Pawlikowski (Last Resort, My Summer of Love) comes Ida, a moving and intimate drama about a young novitiate nun in 1960s Poland who, on the verge of taking her vows, makes a shocking discovery about her past.18-year old Anna (stunning newcomer Agata Trzebuchowska), a sheltered orphan raised in a convent, is preparing to become a nun when the Mother Superior insists she first visit her sole living relative. Naïve, innocent Anna soon finds herself in the presence of her aunt Wanda (Agata Kulesza), a worldly and cynical Communist Party insider, who shocks her with the declaration that her real name is Ida and her Jewish parents were murdered during the Nazi occupation. This revelation triggers a heart-wrenching journey into the countryside, to the family house and into the secrets of the repressed past, evoking the haunting legacy of the Holocaust and the realities of postwar Communism. In this beautifully directed film, Pawlikowski returns to his native Poland for the first time in his career to confront some of the more contentious issues in the history of his birthplace. Powerfully written and eloquently shot, Ida a masterly evocation of a time, a dilemma, and a defining historical moment; Ida is also personal, intimate, and human. The weight of history is everywhere, but the scale falls within the scope of a young woman learning about the secrets of her own past. This intersection of the personal with momentous historic events makes for what is surely one of the most powerful and affecting films of the year.","[u'Dzi\u0119cio\u0142, Piotr', u'Abraham, Eric', u'Puszczy\u0144ska, Ewa', u'Pawlikowski, Pawel', u'Lenkiewicz, Rebecca']","[u'Poland', u'Russia', u'Anna']","[u'summer', u'family', u'holocaust', u'drama', u'parents', u'learning', u'time', u'films', u'history']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films']" "asp3593111-marc","stream","","Hermano","","98 minutes","","Raised as brothers, intense teammates and competitors on the soccer field - the gregarious, swaggering Julio (Eliu Armas) and the wiry, focused Daniel/""Gato"" (Fernando Moreno) have remained virtually inseparable ever since the newborn Daniel was found abandoned in a trash heap in their La Ceniza slum. The opportunity of their lives arrives when a football scout invites them to try out for the city's top professional team, just as a tragic act of violence threatens to tear them apart and prevent them from achieving their dreams.","[u'Aular, Enrique', u'Jones, Rohan', u'Rasquin, Marcel']","[u'Netherlands', u'Best']","[u'soccer', u'violence', u'opportunity', u'football']","[u'Sports films', u'Feature films']" "asp3593109-marc","stream","","Happy Valley","","98 minutes","","Amir Bar-Lev's documentary Happy Valley takes an unflinching look at an iconic American institution in the wake of unthinkable scandal. Nestled in the idyllic area known as Happy Valley lies the town of State College and the home of Penn State University. For over 40 years, Joe Paterno was the celebrated head coach of the school's storied football team. Lauded not only for his program's success on the field, but also for students' achievements in the classroom, Paterno was a revered figure in a town where team loyalty approached nationalistic fervor. Then in November 2011 everything changed when longtime assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was charged with 40 counts of child sex abuse, setting off a firestorm of accusations about who failed to protect the children of Happy Valley. Filmed over the course of the year after Sandusky's arrest as key players agreed to share their stories, Happy Valley deconstructs the story we think we know to uncover a much more complicated and tragic tale. Director Bar-Lev creates an indelible portrait of a wounded community and an engrossing investigation into the role big time college football played in both the crimes and their aftermath.","[u'Koch, Jonathan', u'Michaels, Steven', u'Bar-Lev, Amir', u'Sandusky, Jerry', u'Pennsylvania State University', u'Paterno, Joe', u'Battsek, John']","[u'United States', u'State College', u'Sandusky']","[u'head', u'success', u'football', u'child', u'sex', u'arrest', u'american', u'time', u'home', u'children']","[u'Nonfiction films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3593107-marc","stream","","Happy people : a year in the Taiga","","95 minutes","","With Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, Werner Herzog takes viewers on yet another unforgettable journey into remote and extreme natural landscapes. The acclaimed filmmaker presents this visually stunning documentary about the people living in the heart of the Siberian Taiga. Deep in the wilderness, far away from civilization, 300 people inhabit the small village of Bakhtia at the river Yenisei. There are only two ways to reach this outpost: by helicopter or boat. There's no telephone, running water, or medical aid. The locals, whose daily routines have barely changed over the last centuries, live according to their own values and cultural traditions. With insightful commentary written and narrated by Herzog, Happy People: A Year in the Taiga follows one of the Siberian trappers through all four seasons of the year to tell the story of a culture virtually untouched by modernity.","[u'Woebcken, Charlie', u'Herzog, Werner', u'Raslan, Nick N.', u'Nickel, Thomas', u'Vasyukov, Dmitry', u'Fisser, Christoph', u'Perepelkin, Vladimir']","[u'Russia', u'Vladimir']","[u'heart', u'filmmaker', u'culture', u'running', u'values', u'seasons']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3593105-marc","stream","","Fifi howls from happiness","","103 minutes","","Mitra Farahani's lyrical documentary explores the enigma of provocative artist Bahman Mohassess, the so-called ""Persian Picasso,"" whose acclaimed paintings and sculptures dominated pre-revolutionary Iran. Irreverent and uncompromising, a gay man in a hostile world, Mohassess had a conflicted relationship with his homeland—revered by elites in the art scene and praised as a national icon, only to be censored later by an oppressive regime. Known for his iconoclastic art as well as his scathing declarations, Mohasses abandoned the country over 30 years ago for a simple, secluded life in Italy.While the new Iranian government destroyed many of his works, Mohassess himself obliterated even more-- in rage at man's inhumanity to man, environmental destruction, and the futility of idealism. Ranging from tender to playful to haunting to grotesque, these unforgettable pieces were as mercurial as the man himself, a chain-smoking recluse with the mouth of a sailor and the soul of a poet, touched by a mischievous spark and as likely to lapse into a political rant as a burst of eccentric laughter. Determined to interview Mohassess, fine artist/filmmaker Farahani discovers him living alone in a hotel room in Rome and begins to craft the perfect final biography, in his own words and on his terms. Along the way, the inimitable spirit of the man behind the image is laid bare—both painfully sensitive and crudely comical, ""condemned to paint,"" but unable to compel himself to leave anything behind as a legacy. When a pair of artist brothers and ardent fans of Mohassess commission him for an ambitious project, the elderly man is inspired with a renewed sense of purpose and returns to painting after decades of dormancy. A lasting tribute to an elusive artistic genius, Fifi Howls from Happiness affirms the power of creative freedom, the right of the artist to create and to destroy, and above all, to have no regrets.","[u'Farahani, Mitra', u'Firouz, Fereydoun', u'Mohassess, Bahman', u'Moghimi, Marjaneh']","[u'Italy', u'India', u'United States', u'Rome', u'Iran', u'Along']","[u'life', u'art', u'brothers', u'sculptures', u'fans', u'government', u'iranian', u'soul', u'elderly', u'living alone', u'mouth', u'interview', u'artist', u'painting', u'happiness', u'paintings']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3593103-marc","stream","","Eddie : the sleepwalking cannibal","","83 minutes","","Thure Lindhardt (Keep the Lights On) stars in this quirky horror-comedy as Lars, a former darling of the art scene slipping away into the land of has-beens and struggling with lack of inspiration. When Lars' art dealer Ronny arranges a teaching job in a small town as a ""therapeutic measure"" to stir up his creative juices, things don't quite turn out as planned. At first, life in the peaceful small town seems rosy, as he settles in and impresses beautiful fellow colleague Leslie by taking in the brawny, mute Eddie after the latter's caregiver passes away. But Lars soon discovers that the façade of serenity hides something unimaginable: Eddie suffers from a rare form of sleepwalking that transforms him from a docile, cereal-obsessed art student into a ravenous sleepwalking cannibal. Initially horrified by Eddie's dark secret, Lars becomes enthralled by the not-so-gentle giant: at long last, here's the muse he'd been searching for! Exceptional art comes at a very high price ... and how far is Lars willing to go for his next masterpiece? Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal is a fresh, clever satire about artistic inspiration that pushes boundaries with its unique blend of offbeat humor, twisted friendships, sweet-hearted romance, and the gory realities of sleepwalking cannibalism.","[u'Dobbin, Michael', u'Fridthjof, Ronnie', u'Rodriguez, Boris']","[u'Rodriguez', u'Philippines', u'Maldives', u'Male']","[u'life', u'art', u'sleepwalking', u'satire', u'boundaries', u'stars', u'teaching', u'inspiration']","[u'Feature films', u'Dark comedy films', u'Horror films']" "asp3593101-marc","stream","","Cloud 9","","100 minutes","","Cloud 9 is the groundbreaking and lyrical story of a 67-year old married woman who rediscovers passion and her sexuality when she falls in love with a 76-year old man. Cloud 9 won an Un Certain Regard Jury Prize at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, and the Best Director and Best Actress prizes at the 2009 German Film Awards.","[u'Dresen, Andreas', u'Rommel, Peter']","","[u'love', u'sexuality', u'jury']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3593099-marc","stream","","Bettie Page reveals all","","102 minutes","","Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Mark Mori's Bettie Page Reveals All is an intimate look at one of the world's most recognized sex symbols, told in her own words for the first time. In Mori's alluring documentary, the real Bettie Page emerges from the veil of myth and rumor via audio interviews taped a decade prior to her death in 2008. With earthy, razor sharp wit, Bettie tells her life story -- from humble beginnings as one of six children in an impoverished southern family, to high school salutatorian, to scandalous 50s pin-up model, to shocking retirement in 1957 at the peak of her modeling career. Sharing rare details about her short-lived first marriage and many torrid affairs, this keen insider's glimpse follows Bettie through decades of broken marriages, born-again Christianity, and bouts of mental illness, before her ultimate return to the public eye in the early 90's, unaware of her cult status. Ranked by Forbes in 2012 as one of the top ten posthumous celebrity earners, Bettie and her enduring legacy continue to flourish. With a stunning array of gorgeous photographs, unusual archival material, and playful movie footage, Bettie Page Reveals All shows how Bettie's unabashed sexual expression and provocative poses set the stage for the sexual revolution and ushered in a modern era in fashion. For stars like Katy Perry and Beyonce, as well as new generations of adoring fans around the world, Bettie remains an irresistible style icon and an empowering role model.","[u'Roesler, Mark', u'Schultz, Clifford', u'Page, Bettie', u'Mori, Mark']","[u'Japan', u'Mori']","[u'life', u'death', u'eye', u'interviews', u'modern', u'sex', u'fans', u'retirement', u'marriage', u'stars', u'high school', u'modeling', u'filmmaker', u'expression', u'children', u'generations', u'revolution']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3593097-marc","stream","","Anton Chekhov's The Duel","","95 minutes","","In Anton Chekhov's The Duel, escalating animosity between two men with opposing philosophies of life is played out against the backdrop of a decaying seaside resort along the Black Sea coast. Laevsky is a dissipated romantic given to gambling and flirtation. He has run off to the sea with beautiful, emotionally empty, Nadya, another man's wife. Laevsky has now grown tired of her, but two obstacles block his route to escape: he is broke, and he faces the absolute enmity of Von Koren, an arrogant zoologist and former friend who can no longer tolerate Laevsky's irresponsibility. Soon Laevsky confronts Von Koren, accusing him of meddling in his affairs, but Von Koren maneuvers a criticism Laevsky makes of their mutual friend, Dr. Samoylenko, into a challenge to a duel. Utterly discombobulated and honor bound, Laevsky agrees to this absurdity -- a duel it shall be! A duel as comically inadvertent as it is inevitable.","[u'Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich', u'Rosenfeld, Donald', u'Kosashvili, Dover', u'Bing, Mary']","[u'Chekhov', u'Turkmenistan', u'Russia', u'United States', u'Mary', u'Dover']","[u'criticism', u'gambling', u'life', u'men', u'honor']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3593095-marc","stream","","Viaggio sola","","83 minutes","","A Five Star Life is the sophisticated story of one woman's quest for personal and professional fulfillment set against some of the most stunning cities and opulent hotels of the world. Stylish and independent, Irene (Margherita Buy) is a single career woman in her forties with a job to die for. As a luxury hotel critic, she checks into the world's finest establishments incognito to assess their standards, meticulously judging every detail from the concierge's manners to the temperature of the food to the quality of the bedsheets. Her elegant, unattached lifestyle affords her the freedom to jet around the globe at a moment's notice to experience a world of luxury, but doesn't leave her with much of a personal life. On the rare occasions she's not working, Irene's world revolves around her absent-minded sister Silvia (Fabrizia Sacchi), two lively young nieces, and best friend--and former lover--Andrea (Stefano Accorsi). But when Silvia begins to deal with marital problems and Andrea faces an unexpected life change, Irene's small support network is fractured and she struggles to balance a glamorous career with the growing desire for something more. After a chance meeting shakes up her worldview even more, she's compelled to reexamine her choices and charts her own path to happiness despite the expectations of others.","[u'Botti, Donatella', u'Tognazzi, Maria Sole']","","[u'desire', u'life', u'temperature', u'food', u'freedom', u'chance', u'cities', u'happiness', u'hotels']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3593093-marc","stream","","100 bloody acres","","91 minutes","","In 100 Bloody Acres, brothers Reg and Lindsay Morgan are struggling to keep their organic blood and bone fertilizer business in motion. Their secret ""recipe"" for success (using dead car crash victims in their product) was a huge boon to business, but lately supply has been gravely low. Months have passed since their last find, and an important new customer is now waiting on a delivery. When junior partner Reg (Damon Herriman of Justified) stumbles upon 3 travelers stranded on a remote country road, he cooks up a radical solution to their problem, and a way of finally gaining the respect of his bossy big brother (Angus Sampson, featured in the upcoming Insidious: Chapter 2). But when Reg starts to fall for Sophie, one of the intended victims, things get complicated. A bloody good time, the Cairnes' brothers witty horror-comedy blends sly Australian humor, gory fun, and a clever storyline that gives ""recycling"" a whole new context.","[u'Cairnes, Cameron', u'Cairnes, Colin', u'Croser, Kate', u'Herriman, Damon', u'Ryan, Julie', u'Sampson, Angus']","[u'United States', u'Herriman', u'Australia']","[u'cooks', u'business', u'success', u'travelers', u'dead', u'blood', u'respect', u'australian', u'brothers']","[u'Feature films', u'Thrillers (Motion pictures)', u'Horror films']" "asp3590885-marc","stream","","The tower. Part 2","","91 minutes","[u'The tower']","A searing look at Communist East Germany in its final decade, The Tower reveals the intimate realities of life behind the Berlin Wall. Based on Uwe Tellkamp's acclaimed novel The Tower: Tales from a Vanished Land, which won the 2008 German Book Prize and was heralded by Die Zeit as ""one of the most important books of European post-War literature"", this riveting series introduces viewers to respected senior surgeon Richard Hoffmann, his wife Anne, their teenage son Christian, and their community of privileged intellectuals in suburban Dresden. Their story unfolds in 1982, when the cracks in the repressive police state's façade are beginning to surface. Despite the restrictions, the educated few still enjoy some advantages under the system. The Hoffmans gather often with family and friends for warm dinner parties rich with derisive political banter, live classical music, and spirited discussions, holding out for a better future. But even as Richard has high hopes and strict demands for studious Christian, he hides a passionate double life and shocking secrets that come back to haunt him. Against this tense climate of fear and mistrust, with the secret police lurking ominously in the background, choices are made and actions taken that have devastating repercussions. Starring Jan Josef Liefers (The Baader Meinhof Complex) and Claudia Michelsen (Fay Grim) in flawless performances, The Tower is an unflinching portrait of a pivotal time in modern German history.","[u'Adler, Matthias', u'Schwochow, Christian']","[u'Dresden', u'Germany', u'Russia', u'Adler']","[u'life', u'police', u'family', u'series', u'tales', u'modern', u'friends', u'climate', u'back', u'books', u'germany', u'time', u'intellectuals', u'fear', u'beginning', u'european']","[u'Feature films', u'Made-for-TV movies']" "asp3590883-marc","stream","","The tower. Part 1","","92 minutes","[u'The tower']","A searing look at Communist East Germany in its final decade, The Tower reveals the intimate realities of life behind the Berlin Wall. Based on Uwe Tellkamp's acclaimed novel The Tower: Tales from a Vanished Land, which won the 2008 German Book Prize and was heralded by Die Zeit as ""one of the most important books of European post-War literature"", this riveting series introduces viewers to respected senior surgeon Richard Hoffmann, his wife Anne, their teenage son Christian, and their community of privileged intellectuals in suburban Dresden. Their story unfolds in 1982, when the cracks in the repressive police state's façade are beginning to surface. Despite the restrictions, the educated few still enjoy some advantages under the system. The Hoffmans gather often with family and friends for warm dinner parties rich with derisive political banter, live classical music, and spirited discussions, holding out for a better future. But even as Richard has high hopes and strict demands for studious Christian, he hides a passionate double life and shocking secrets that come back to haunt him. Against this tense climate of fear and mistrust, with the secret police lurking ominously in the background, choices are made and actions taken that have devastating repercussions. Starring Jan Josef Liefers (The Baader Meinhof Complex) and Claudia Michelsen (Fay Grim) in flawless performances, The Tower is an unflinching portrait of a pivotal time in modern German history.","[u'Adler, Matthias', u'Schwochow, Christian']","[u'Dresden', u'Germany', u'Russia', u'Adler']","[u'life', u'police', u'family', u'series', u'tales', u'modern', u'friends', u'climate', u'back', u'books', u'germany', u'time', u'intellectuals', u'fear', u'beginning', u'european']","[u'Feature films', u'Made-for-TV movies']" "asp3590881-marc","stream","","Der Chinese = The man from Beijing","","186 minutes","","A mass murder, a female judge and diary entries from ages ago, surely now forgotten – judge Brigitta Roslin has to make a long and dangerous journey before she discovers that the background to this hideous crime lies in the distant past. The film adaptation of Henning Mankell's novel begins with the stunning murder of 19 people. The police believe a madman was behind the brutal act. Not only Brigitta Roslin's parents are among the dead; almost all the victims were related to her. Brigitta soon becomes convinced that the police are on the wrong track, and she starts to investigate on her own. Her search for the murderer of her entire family leads Brigitta to China, where she is confronted with the gruesome machinations of a millionaire businessman.","[u'Breinersdorfer, Fred', u'Ausserer, Boris', u'Keglevic, Peter', u'Breinersdorfer, L\xe9onie-Claire']","[u'Beijing', u'China']","[u'murder', u'police', u'chinese', u'family', u'crime', u'parents']","[u'Feature films', u'Crime films', u'Thrillers (Motion pictures)']" "asp3590879-marc","stream","","The last sentence","","126 minutes","","Oscar-nominated director Jan Troell, one of Sweden's most acclaimed filmmakers, directs the biopic The Last Sentence. Set against the backdrop of WWII, The Last Sentence is based on the life of crusading journalist Torgny Segerstedt, editor-in-chief of one of Sweden's leading newspapers, highlighting his one-man battle against Nazism and his country's policy of appeasement to Hitler. With Sweden caught between Nazi Germany and Stalin's Russia, the country's elites chose a policy of neutrality and compliance, with few daring to speak up against the evil around them. Among those who did, nobody was as loud and as uncompromising as Segerstedt (Danish star Jesper Christensen, Nymphomaniac: Volume 1, Melancholia), one of the most prominent Swedish journalists of the 20th century. In the eyes of many of his countrymen, his pen was far more dangerous than the Nazi sword. Amidst the political turmoil of the era, Segerstedt's own personal life took a dramatic and scandalous turn as he entered into a very public affair with Maja Forssman, the Jewish wife of his close friend, the newspaper's publisher. Maja Forssman is played by Pernilla August, winner of the Cannes Best Actress Award for Bille August's Best Intentions. Jan Troell is best known to US audiences for his critically acclaimed film Everlasting Moments (also starring Jesper Christensen), as well as The New Land and The Emigrants (1972), starring Max Von Sydow and Liv Ullman, which received 5 Oscars nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Screenplay and Best Foreign Language Film. Beautifully filmed in black-and-white, The Last Sentence is a gripping tale of a man who risked his life for his beliefs and refused to be silenced.","[u'Troell, Jan', u'Segerstedt, Torgny Karl', u'Suntinger, Francy']","[u'Sweden', u'Russia']","[u'life', u'journalists', u'language', u'evil', u'neutrality', u'audiences', u'germany']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3590877-marc","stream","","Ne le dis à personne = Tell no one","","132 minutes","","Tell No One is based on Harlan Coben's international best selling thriller about pediatrician Alexandre Beck who still grieves the murder of his beloved wife Margot Beck eight years earlier. When two bodies are found near the scene of the crime, the police reopen the case and Alex becomes a suspect again. The mystery deepens when Alex receives an anonymous e-mail with a link to a video clip that seems to suggest Margot is somehow still alive and a message to Tell No One.","[u'Lefebvre, Philippe', u'Canet, Guillaume']","","[u'murder', u'selling', u'police']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films', u'Thrillers (Motion pictures)']" "asp3590875-marc","stream","","Starlet","","104 minutes","","Starlet explores the unlikely friendship between 21 year-old aspiring actress Jane (Dree Hemingway) and elderly widow Sadie (Besedka Johnson) after their worlds collide in California's San Fernando Valley. Jane spends her time getting high with her dysfunctional roommates and taking care of her chihuahua Starlet, while Sadie passes her days alone, tending to her garden. After a confrontation at a yard sale, Jane finds something unexpected in a relic from Sadie's past. Her curiosity piqued, she tries to befriend the caustic older woman. Secrets emerge as their relationship grows, revealing that nothing is ever as it seems.Director Sean Baker continues in the naturalistic style of his previous films, the Spirit Award nominated Prince of Broadway and Take Out, capturing the rhythms of everyday life with a rare authenticity. Featuring exceptional debut performances by Dree Hemingway (great granddaughter of Ernest and daughter of Mariel) and 85 year-old Besedka Johnson, who received a Special Jury Recognition at SxSW, Starlet is at once provocative, haunting, unpredictable, and surprisingly sweet.","[u'Cunningham, Patrick', u'Bergoch, Chris', u'Maybach, Chris', u'Baker, Sean']","[u'Mariel', u'Cuba']","[u'life', u'jury', u'performances', u'elderly', u'roommates', u'time', u'friendship']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3590873-marc","stream","","Shepard & Dark","","89 minutes","","Sam Shepard and Johnny Dark met in Greenwich Village in the early 1960s and, despite leading very different lives, remained close friends ever since. Shepard became a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright (Buried Child) and an Academy Award-nominated actor (The Right Stuff), while Dark was a homebody who supported himself with odd jobs. Through the decades, they stayed bonded by family ties. Dark married an older woman named Scarlett and Shepard married her daughter. For years, the two couples lived together, until Shepard broke away for a relationship with Jessica Lange in 1983, leaving Johnny to help father his first son. Nevertheless, he and Dark continued writing to each other, amassing hundreds of letters. Director Treva Wurmfeld began filming the two friends in 2010 during a period of transition and reflection for Shepard. At the time, he had quietly ended his relationship with Lange and agreed to publish his correspondence with Dark. The task required them to meet and sift through years of their shared history, stirring memories both good and bad. Wurmfeld observes the two men over a period of 18 months and captures an indelible portrait of a complex male friendship rarely depicted on screen.","[u'Hobby, Amy', u'Wurmfeld, Treva', u'Dark, Johnny', u'Shepard, Sam']","[u'United States', u'Maldives', u'Male']","[u'male friendship', u'family', u'memories', u'men', u'friends', u'writing', u'couples', u'friendship', u'father']","[u'Biographical films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3590871-marc","stream","","Potiche","","103 minutes","","In Potiche, it's 1977 and women's liberation is in the air but Suzanne (Catherine Deneuve) is still the self-effacing, elegant housewife of wealthy industrialist Robert Pujol (Fabrice Luchini). Pujol oversees his umbrella factory with an iron fist and is equally tyrannical with his children and & trophy housewife; When the workers go on strike and take Robert hostage, Suzanne steps in to manage the factory. To everyone's surprise, she proves herself a competent and assertive woman of action. Her new role throws her back in touch with union leader Gerard Depardieu, a romantic fling from the past that still has sparks. When Robert returns from a restful cruise looking to reassert himself, things get complicated. Directed with superb style by François Ozon (""Swimming Pool"") and based on the popular 1970's French stage play by Pierre Barillet and Jean-Pierre Gredy (Cactus Flower).","[u'Altmayer, Nicolas', u'Deneuve, Catherine', u'Ozon, Fran\xe7ois', u'Altmayer, Eric', u'Depardieu, G\xe9rard']","[u'France']","[u'play', u'back', u'french', u'air', u'iron', u'touch', u'children']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films', u'Comedy films']" "asp3590869-marc","stream","","Mesrine : public enemy #1","","134 minutes","","Now back in France, Mesrine is finally in police custody and facing justice for his crimes. After escaping a courtroom and kidnapping the judge at gunpoint, Mesrine is declared Public Enemy Number 1 and is eventually condemned to a maximum-security prison where he writes his memoirs, establishing himself as a household name and the anti-hero across France. Mesrine stages another daring escape and disappears into the lawless underworld, taunting the police and reinventing himself as a celebrity criminal through his savvy manipulation of the media. After such a monumental rise, comes the inevitable fall as the police close in, bringing the life of Jacques Mesrine to full bloody circle.","[u'Rouleau, Andr\xe9', u'Richet, Jean-Fran\xe7ois', u'Langmann, Thomas', u'Mesrine, Jacques']","[u'France']","[u'life', u'kidnapping', u'police', u'justice', u'back', u'prison', u'criminal']","[u'Feature films', u'Biographical films']" "asp3590867-marc","stream","","Marina Abramovic : the artist is present","","106 minutes","","Seductive, fearless, and outrageous, Marina Abramovic has been redefining what art is for nearly forty years. Using her own body as a vehicle, pushing herself beyond her physical and mental limits –– and at times risking her life in the process –– she creates performances that challenge, shock, and move us. Through her and with her, boundaries are crossed, consciousness expanded, and art as we know it is reborn. She is, quite simply, one of the most compelling artists of our time.","[u'Dupre, Jeff', u'Akers, Matthew', u'Abramovi\u0107, Marina', u'Chermayeff, Maro']","[u'United States', u'Marina']","[u'life', u'art', u'consciousness', u'artist', u'performances', u'boundaries', u'artists', u'performance']","[u'Nonfiction films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3590865-marc","stream","","Play & language : the roots of literacy","","378 minutes","","Language, cognitive and social-emotional learning skills are all essential for literacy development and academic success. Research shows that play is the universal activity that blends cognitive, social, emotional, linguistic and motor components. Observing children's play provides information about their knowledge, views of the world and mastered skills.Join Dr. Westby as you learn about the vital relationship between the dimensions of play, social-emotional functioning, language and literacy. Learn firsthand, how to effectively use the Westby Play Scale—a tool that offers a way to evaluate all young children's (birth-5 years) symbolic play skills. Supported by 40 years of evidence-based research and organized by developmental level, this tool will breakdown the milestones children should be achieving with their play and language. You will also learn play practices and play strategies to improve language, cognitive and social-emotional skills, including:Higher-level thinking, problem-solving and creativityAdvancing language skills and text comprehensionAwareness of temporal, cause-effect and social relationshipsMotivation, self-regulation and empathyInterpreting and responding appropriately to the needs, desires, and roles of othersThese intervention activities will work for all young children, but special focus will be given to interventions for children with language learning disabilities, autism, socio-economic/cultural variations and ESL.","[u'Westby, Carol E.']","","[u'play', u'language', u'work', u'variations', u'research', u'learning', u'intervention', u'children', u'literacy']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590863-marc","stream","","Disruptive behavior disorders : accurately diagnose and treat children & adolescents","","360 minutes","","Gain confidence in your ability to diagnose and treat Conduct Disorder, ADHD, ODD & Bipolar. New Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder – DSM-5®. New strategies to help clients regulate emotions & behavior, Identify the role and limitations of medications, As clinicians, we are often faced with complicated cases where the child/ adolescent is displaying multiple behaviors and symptoms, and parents are desperately seeking answers or a diagnosis. Disruptive behavior disorders are typically easy to identify because they are characterized with temper tantrums, outbursts, aggression and defiant behavior. However, since symptomology can overlap, incorrectly identifying children and adolescents with the wrong diagnosis can be detrimental to their social, emotional, and cognitive development.","[u'Baer, Brooks']","","[u'ability', u'emotions', u'parents', u'diagnosis', u'behavior', u'adolescents', u'children']","[u'Filmed lectures', u'Educational films']" "asp3590856-marc","stream","","I am Diego Maradona (widespread condemnation to reduce a collective sense of guilt)","","86 minutes","","Two families become afflicted with a problem because of an unsuccessful marriage and while, the story goes on, we get to know when a mistake occurs, all are the family members, directly or indirectly, involved in. And everyone is able to compensate such mistake and makes the gaps closer. Such knowledge makes all closer to each other and reminds everyone's share in family management.","[u'Tavakoli, Bahram', u'Norouzbeigi, Javad']","[u'Iran']","[u'marriage', u'families', u'family']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films']" "asp3590602-marc","stream","","Executive function, ADHD and stress in the classroom","","366 minutes","","Join ADHD and Executive Function expert Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ACAC, for practical and effective TIPS, TOOLS and STRATEGIES to: Improve motivation to learn and engage, Ease stress and anxiety to help kids anticipate and prepare effectively, Strategies to help manage their homework and improve accountability, Decrease time spent off task and out of compliance. Do you need new strategies to get kids to pay attention and learn more effectively? Are you struggling with kids who can't get started, stay involved, or complete their class work? This seminar teaches techniques and tools for children who struggle to focus, cooperate, and perform to their potential. Take advantage of the latest brain research and evidence-based best practices to get kids motivated, focused, organized, and performing closer to their true potential. Empower students to take charge of their challenges and take responsibility for their own success in school and in life. Improve collaboration with parents who struggle to effectively help their children.This seminar draws on Cindy's clinical expertise of working with teachers other support professionals and parents as she brings to life how to bridge the gap between theory/research and actual implementation to address learning and behavior challenges in school. She will help you design subtle changes in the classroom to improve time management, working memory, motivation and emotional regulation that will benefit all children, not only those with ADHD. Walk away with new ideas, valuable handouts and important resources for teachers, parents, and students to manage homework, home/school communication, study-skills, behavior and more.","[u'Goodrich, Cindy']","","[u'brain', u'design', u'learning', u'tools', u'children', u'functions', u'research', u'parents', u'homework', u'life', u'students', u'attention', u'struggle', u'class', u'classroom', u'anxiety', u'success', u'responsibility', u'teachers', u'behavior', u'time', u'expertise']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590600-marc","stream","","Couple experiential 2016 : live clinical demonstrations with real couples","","700 minutes","","World renowned couple's therapist, Terry Real, works intensively with a group of five real couples, getting down to their most intimate issues and demonstrating powerful treatment techniques. His work with each couple is deep, highly emotional, incisive and often life changing. Using techniques drawn from the approach he created, Relational Life Therapy (RLT), each couple is led, with extraordinary quickness and precision, to their 'next step' toward unlocking their fullest potential. RLT leverages the concept of ""relational living"" in order to help people address relational and psychological health in relationships.The format could not be simpler, or more exciting, as you see firsthand, a respected leader in the field work with each couple, one after another, who are experiencing different issues and in need of their own treatment approach. Witness Terry address and treat key issues often found in Couples Therapy: Rage ♦ Control ♦ Infidelity ♦ Distance ♦ Lost Passion ♦ Trauma ♦ Addiction ♦ High Ambivalence How it Works: Each couple names their issues and identify their goals or wishes for the two-day treatment. Terry works with each couple, talking through their issues, articulating where the couple is stuck and where this relationship road block comes from. Watch and learn how Terry performs initial data gathering leading to a rich, precise and relational diagnosis and gain leverage by empowering a dis-empowered partner. Terry demonstrates powerful strategies to help the couple move forward, delve into deep trauma work, and actively teach new relational skills. Terry breaks and debriefs what you just witnessed, while the audience asks questions, and shares their observations and feelings.","[u'Real, Terrence']","","[u'field work', u'life', u'work', u'demonstrations', u'couples', u'wishes', u'health', u'treatment', u'diagnosis', u'names']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp3590585-marc","stream","","Wedlock","","82 minutes","","The Mahmoodis live in an old large house, having traditional values and beliefs. They have decided to renovate the building. Mrs Mahmoodi's niece arrives with her architect husband to take care of the renovation. Conflicts about renovating the house expand to their relations and connections. It is gradually revealed that the people in the house are torn between traditional and modern viewpoints and so are the guests.","[u'Hejazi, Seyed Rouhollah', u'Talebabadi, Ali', u'Davari, Mehdi']","","[u'modern', u'values']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films']" "asp3590581-marc","stream","","No entry for men","","102 minutes","","This charming romantic comedy takes place in an all girls' school. The Olympiad teacher is not able to teach anymore because of her pregnancy. Against her better judgement, the sternly protective spinster principal decides to break the school's rule for the first time ever and hire a male teacher. A hilarious battle of the sexes ensues.","[u'Sart\u012bp\u012b, \u02bbAl\u012b', u'Jav\u0101n, R\u0101mbad']","","[u'men', u'comedy', u'time']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films']" "asp3590571-marc","stream","","Bully proof your kids : strategies to create a safe environment for the classroom & community","","357 minutes","","Watch this seminar recording with Edie Raether, MS, CSP internationally renowned expert on bullying and author of Stop Bullying Now and leave this seminar with a practical understanding of what triggers and perpetuates the cycles of violence. Practice the most appropriate responses and effective action plans for each of the seven types of bullies. Through role playing and experiential learning, you will polish and perfect your skills in managing behavioral change. This seminar recording will teach you evidence-based approaches that create a safe environment where the coercion of power is not tolerated. This seminar recording will provide you with the research, resources and strategies to create a climate of calm, where teachers can teach and students will learn. It will empower you to improve interpersonal communications, build family relationships, and strengthen our communities. As Margaret Mead said about education and society: All social movements are founded by, guided by, motivated and seen through by the passion of individuals - Children must be taught how to think, not what to think. This is your opportunity to make a difference.","[u'Raether, Edie']","","[u'classroom', u'environment', u'climate', u'family', u'role playing', u'students', u'bullying', u'teachers', u'polish', u'education', u'opportunity', u'children', u'social movements']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590569-marc","stream","","Autism/Asperger's Conference with Dr. Temple Grandin","","363 minutes","","Dr. Temple Grandin has served as inspiration and role model to hundreds of thousands of families and persons with autism. In this unique presentation, Temple eloquently and candidly describes the challenges she has faced and offers no-nonsense ideas on how others dealing with autism can meet these obstacles and improve the quality of their lives. Backed by her personal experience and evidence-based research, Temple shares her valuable insights on a wide variety of topics, and offers useful do's and don'ts. Eustacia Cutler, the mother of Temple Grandin, will offer her view of autism through personal experience. Her daughter is now one of the most accomplished spokespersons on autism and animal behavior in the world. Eustacia will discuss observations from her award-winning documentaries on challenged and emotionally disquieted children. She has an impressively varied background, including having written A Thorn in My Pocket: Temple Grandin's Mother Tells the Family Story. A talented playwright, author, and actress, Eustacia is a graduate of Harvard University and has reared four children. Dr. Jim Ball, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, has been in the autism field for over twenty years providing educational, residential, and employment services to children and adults affected by autism. As President/CEO of JB Autism Consulting,he provides private consultation to organizations, schools, and families regarding staff training, parent training, home support services, classroom design/support, and behavior management/ assessment.","[u'Cutler, Eustacia', u'Grandin, Temple', u'Ball, Jim']","[u'United States', u'Temple', u'Cutler']","[u'classroom', u'animal behavior', u'families', u'children and adults', u'family', u'autism', u'behavior', u'home', u'employment', u'children', u'inspiration']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590567-marc","stream","","Behavior management skills for classroom success : strategies for mental health issues and challenging behaviors in the schools","","387 minutes","","Powerful, positive interventions for your most challenging students. Proven strategies for students with mental health conditions including ODD, ADHD, anxiety, depression and mood disorders. Specific intervention strategies for problem behavior in the classroom. Unique and critical strategies for students that have experienced trauma. It's guaranteed ... this seminar will provide you with solutions to your students' most challenging behaviors. You will leave with immediate tools for emotional regulation, successful strategies for out-of-control behaviors and long-term techniques to help these kids succeed both at school and at home. Let expert Scott Walls guide you through successful, clear evidence-based strategies and techniques for the most frustrating student behaviors including: Non-compliance, Impulsive behavior, Truancy, Self-harm/suicide,Threats of harm to others, Highly disruptive behaviors, Bullying, Mental health disorders: ODD, ADHD, anxiety & depression, Aggressive behaviors, Scott Walls has worked with the most challenging kids in both school and clinical settings and is eager to share his knowledge and expertise with you! You will leave this seminar with tools to use tomorrow to turn your most challenging kids around and create a classroom climate that encourages school success!","[u'Walls, Scott']","","[u'classroom', u'mental health', u'anxiety', u'success', u'students', u'climate', u'walls', u'management', u'health', u'behavior', u'schools', u'expertise', u'tools', u'depression', u'intervention']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590565-marc","stream","","Yoga and mindfulness in the classroom : tools to improve self-regulation, learning and classroom climate","","391 minutes","","67 simple, classroom-friendly yoga and mindfulness techniques to support self-awareness, self-regulation, social and emotional learning and resilience. Understand the neuroscience of stress, the symptoms and how it affects learning and behavior. 5 critical steps to integrated self-regulation. Facilitate learning readiness, reduce impulsive behaviors and improve student achievement. Improve classroom management while supporting students individual needs, cultivating a positive, peaceful, productive classroom climate. Become a more effective educator as you lead and practice these tools with your students. Do you find yourself wondering what more you can do to help your easily distracted student? The one who has a hard time maintaining focus? What if you had the tools that would enhance focus and attention, ease anxiety, and improve confidence, self-esteem and academic performance? During this seminar, you will learn simple, developmentally appropriate yoga and mindfulness tools that can be immediately integrated into your daily curriculum. These skills are a proven and effective way to promote self-regulation ability, learning readiness and resilience while cultivating a positive, peaceful, productive classroom.Through the framework of - Noticing, Mindful Choice, Practice, Reflection, Integration – you will learn how to empower your students and yourself with increased self-awareness, the foundation for the development of self-regulation skills and cognitive control. Through 67 simple yoga and mindfulness-based activities designed to engage the whole child, you will help your students move from a state of anxiety and disregulation to a state of engagement, control and connectedness. All activities are specially chosen for their suitability for the typical classroom space and schedule and can be done standing beside or sitting at desks, while hands and bodies remain off the floor. Yoga 4 Classrooms is easy for teachers, students, and therapists to use, and helps to create a more harmonious, learning-friendly school day.This inspiring workshop will give you the tools to immediately integrate these critical life skills into your day, leaving you and your students feeling empowered, calm and ready to learn. Absolutely no yoga experience is required.","[u'Flynn, Lynn']","[u'United States', u'Lynn']","[u'classroom', u'classroom management', u'anxiety', u'yoga', u'lead', u'space', u'students', u'climate', u'life skills', u'life', u'classrooms', u'symptoms', u'management', u'learning', u'time', u'neuroscience', u'tools', u'self-esteem']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590563-marc","stream","","Integration of mindfulness in the classroom : tools to improve attention, self-regulation & learning while managing stress","","343 minutes","","As an educator do you often feel that you are just trying to ""get through the day""? That you are completely stressed out because you are spread too thin? Do you feel that your students are in a constant state of anxiety and dysregulation? This is how I felt too - until I implemented a simple mindfulness program in my classroom. Let me share with you my tools and techniques. In this seminar you will learn how to use mindfulness to reconnect your mind and body while at the same time improving attention and self-regulation in your students. Through the three-step framework of Pause – Shift – Be, you will learn how mindfulness is an effective intervention for both teachers and students. You will walk away with dozens of practical tools that you can integrate immediately in your classroom to decrease stress and promote self-regulation, learning readiness and a positive peaceful classroom environment. Throughout this interactive and experiential workshop, we will use sharing, pairs, small groups, games, mindfulness practices, interactive handouts, stories, and humor along with some didactic teaching to help deepen your understanding of mindfulness and how it can be integrated into your classroom. You will see how easy it is to create a more harmonious, learning friendly classroom!","[u'Metty, Renee']","","[u'classroom', u'anxiety', u'mind and body', u'students', u'attention', u'teachers', u'learning', u'time', u'teaching', u'tools', u'intervention']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590561-marc","stream","","Trauma-informed education : improving educational and emotional outcomes for your most challenging students","","343 minutes","","As an educator, you are expected to teach and engage children — even those with the most challenging behaviors. These are the students that no matter what you try, you just can't reach them. Like the boy with disruptive behaviors that keep him sitting in the principal's office. Or the student that struggles to focus and complete assignments. What about the girl who is completely withdrawn? Is she even more challenging than the boy with the aggressive outbursts? Join leading education expert Robert Hull, as he teaches you evidence-based trauma-informed education strategies that will reduce the achievement gap, decrease referrals for highly restrictive special education programs, as well as drastically improve: Emotional functioning, Acting out behaviors, Aggressive behaviors, Relationships, Student engagement, Using a trauma-informed approach will create an affiliation between teacher, student and family member that leads them to all work together for success rather than constantly being in conflict. It's a revolution in education that will help you connect with your most challenging students! All educators work with children who have experienced trauma. However, in many cases you may not know who these students are. Regardless of the student or the root of the trauma, you will benefit from gaining a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children and what you can do drastically to improve emotional functioning, relationships, student engagement and the acting out behavior of your students.","[u'Hull, Robert']","[u'Hull', u'Great Britain']","[u'special education', u'revolution', u'family', u'success', u'educators', u'students', u'work', u'acting', u'behavior', u'education', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590537-marc","stream","","Explosive, challenging & resistant kids : over 101 quick, creative techniques for children & adolescents","","327 minutes","","Billy has an explosive temper, throws tantrums, hits and spits at his mother when she tries to dress him, brush his teeth, feed him or put him to bed. Jenny often interrupts, doesn't listen, doesn't complete tasks, is often obstinate and threatens authority figures with little or no respect. At home, parents yell, scream, ground and then do it over again. Katie comes to therapy and will not talk or engage with her therapist. Do these clients sound familiar? In this seminar, you will discover new strategies to treat children and adolescents with explosive, challenging and resistant behaviors. Susan Epstein, LCSW, author of the best-selling book, Over 60 Techniques, Activities and Worksheets for Challenging Children & Adolescents, parent coach and behavior expert, will teach you new effective, non-medication techniques for your client's most challenging behaviors including: Power struggles, Talking back, Explosive behavior, Tantrums, Swearing, Running away, Yelling, Screaming, Non-engagement.","[u'Epstein, Susan P.']","","[u'sound', u'authority', u'running', u'parents', u'behavior', u'adolescents', u'children']","[u'Filmed lectures', u'Educational films']" "asp3590535-marc","stream","","Narrative intervention for building social-emotional skills and self-regulation in children and adolescents","","375 minutes","","Spend the day learning from internationally-renowned language and literacy expert, Carol Westby, PhD, CCC-SLP, as she teaches you the roles of autobiographical memory, personal narratives, fictional narratives and life stories in social interactions, self-regulation and academic performance. Dr. Westby will demonstrate a variety of assessment tools for documenting development of these different types of narratives in children from preschool through adolescence. Through videos and case examples you will learn interventions using fictional stories and biographies to develop personal narratives and life stories for children with a variety of language, literacy and behavioral disorders. You will leave the day with strategies to develop students' narrative skills to improve their social-emotional skills, self-regulation, self-identity and problem-solving. Strategies that will be taught include: reminiscing to promote autobiographical memory, vocabulary for mental state/emotion words and the syntactic patterns needed to express relationships between events and mental states/emotion, how settings influence characters and events in stories, building narrative plot show physical and psychological attributes of characters in stories affect their nature and behaviors, supporting students in making narrative inferences. Walk away with narrative interventions that will take you beyond the language and literacy work you do with children and adolescents to effectively develop their social-emotional, self-regulation and academic growth!","[u'Westby, Carol E.']","","[u'building', u'life', u'language', u'vocabulary', u'nature', u'students', u'adolescents', u'work', u'learning', u'intervention', u'tools', u'children', u'literacy']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590533-marc","stream","","Self-regulation in children : keeping the body, mind and emotions on task in children with autism, ADHD or sensory disorders","","385 minutes","","This workshop looks at the underlying factors of poor self-regulation and how they affect the child. Experienced presenter, Teresa Garland, MOT, OTR/l will teach you practical interventions and how to create simple, but effective programs in clinical, school and home settings: Sensory therapy techniques, Simple self-management and video modeling programs, Sensory lifestyle, First person stories, Energy regulation techniques, Emotional regulation techniques, Communication methods, Transition strategies, Behavioral strategies, Clinical programs such as Interactive Metronome® and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT™) will be discussed, as will timely topics such as medication vs. non-medication for ADHD and new insights from research into biomedical aspects of autism.","[u'Garland, Teresa']","[u'United States', u'Philippines', u'Teresa', u'Garland']","[u'poor', u'communication', u'energy', u'emotions', u'research', u'sensory disorders', u'freedom', u'home', u'modeling', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590531-marc","stream","","Motivational activities using everyday materials for children with special needs","","383 minutes","","Through hands-on activities, activity demonstrations, case studies, and video clips you will walk away with evidenced-based strategies and motivational activities that will facilitate your student's unique growth patterns in all areas of learning, at all skill levels. Learn how to integrate animal-assisted therapies (with a focus on hippotherapy) and iPad® technologies to promote engagement, communication, and motor skills. You will end the program with a collection of intervention tools that increase student engagement and motivation in order to promote therapeutic/ educational objectives as well as adaptations that make the activities accessible for children with physical disabilities. Because having fun is a critical aspect of all learning, be prepared for a multi-sensory experience that will activate your smile muscles. It is very rewarding and gratifying to know that you will be able to take these ideas back to the members of your team to implement and effectively serve children.","[u'Smith, Barbara A.']","","[u'back', u'materials', u'growth', u'tools', u'children', u'intervention']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590529-marc","stream","","The power of play : proven strategies for trauma and attachment in children & adolescents","","356 minutes","","Interactive day of case examples, videos and hands-on techniques. Rebuild trust in parent-child relationship, Create developmentally appropriate trauma narratives, Tools to decrease nightmares, flashbacks and intrusive thoughts. Play Therapy is a powerful tool for children who've experienced trauma. It is a safe space where they can feel in control, learn how to identify and manage distressing symptoms, and give language to what they are feeling within their body and mind. In this innovative day-long workshop, we will explore how trauma impacts the brain, the resulting impact on the parent-child relationship, as well as how to effectively treat and resolve trauma symptoms utilizing attachment-centered play therapy techniques. By giving children opportunities to work in a child-centered setting, you will observe and document how children: Utilize gradual exposure, Regulate affect, Gain knowledge of their traumatic experiences, Manage their experiences that can feel overwhelming or frightening. This trauma-anchored model teaches you powerful play therapy interventions. It deepens metaphor work by amplifying the child's ability to explore the material they externalize, and provides the child with a safe, predictable environment for processing interpersonal trauma. You will learn theory and techniques that values children's pacing, respects defensive strategies, and seeks to help children build alternative skills to cope with difficult thoughts, emotions and behaviors.","[u'Mellenthin, Clair']","[u'Belgium', u'Manage']","[u'environment', u'play', u'metaphor', u'ability', u'language', u'space', u'adolescents', u'work', u'emotions', u'symptoms', u'values', u'child', u'play therapy', u'trust', u'tools', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590527-marc","stream","","Play, play therapy, and games : engage children in therapy","","163 minutes","","This dynamic and engaging workshop is perfect for adding play therapy strategies and techniques to your repertoire. The strategies and techniques you will learn in this workshop are suitable for children with a wide variety of challenges, including anger, anxiety, depression, non-compliance, disruptive behavior, and social skill deficits. Dr. Yorke has over twenty-years of experience working with children through play therapy, story-telling, Bibliotherapy, and the use of games. A variety of games will be covered - from checkers and Candy Land, to games specifically developed for counseling and play therapy. You will learn practical strategies to use immediately for children with ADHD, depression, anxiety, ODD, and more. Dr. Yorke will also discuss strategies for working with preschoolers. A detailed course handbook will provide additional information about techniques and strategies discussed in this workshop, as well as additional resources.","[u'Yorke, Gary']","[u'United States', u'Gary']","[u'play', u'candy', u'games', u'play therapy', u'counseling', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590525-marc","stream","","50 mindfulness techniques for children & teens","","361 minutes","","Give kids tools to recognize and work with their difficult emotions and impulses. Promote mindfulness practice outside the clinical hour - Techniques to engage the most resistant and reluctant kids. Adapt mindfulness exercises to all kinds of minds. Use technology to support practice Mindfulness to complement play, CBT, expressive, dynamic and other therapies. Techniques for challenges at home, the classroom, performances and social situations. Discover proven techniques for depression, ADHD, anxiety, anger, acting out, trauma and more. Mood boosters for depression include movement such as mindful walking, mindful yoga, and mindful qi-gong. Proven practices for ADHD, executive function and impulse control disorders include ""urge surfing, STOP, SLOW, SIFT and more. Skills to soothe trauma and anxiety like seeking stillness, touchpoints, and four elements practices will be taught and practiced as a group. We will practice skills that build emotional and social intelligence, including mindfulness of music, listening and body awareness exercises. Mindfulness is more than just breathing, and so is this workshop. Participants should be prepared for an experiential day practicing a variety of mindfulness techniques including awareness, movement, games, play, and creative/expressive activities that can be practiced by young people and adults alike. Special attention will also be given to harnessing the power of technology and social media. Learning will take the form of lecture, video, case presentations, small group and dyad activities as well as experiential activities and ample time for question and answer and discussion with colleagues. Join author and psychologist Dr. Christopher Willard in this engaging day! He will share personal and professional anecdotes from his experience as a working psychologist from inner-city schools to college campuses, from Harvard Medical School to teen meditation retreats. This workshop inspires, but more importantly empowers you with the tools you need to offer mindfulness practices to young people in practical yet engaging ways.","[u'Willard, Christopher']","","[u'anxiety', u'listening', u'tools', u'discussion', u'attention', u'psychologist', u'emotions', u'schools', u'acting', u'performances', u'depression', u'learning', u'time', u'impulse control disorders', u'meditation', u'work', u'technology', u'children', u'awareness', u'movement']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3590523-marc","stream","","The duck hunter","","92 minutes","","It's 1942. In the countryside of Modena, in northern Italy, the story of four friends are intertwined, each of them with their own dream to realize. The story is set at time of second world war and the tragic events of this period will end by sweeping away everyone and everything. Only one of them will realize his dream.","[u'Veronesi, Egidio']","[u'Modena', u'Italy']","[u'world war', u'friends', u'war', u'time']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3590402-marc","stream","","Black ballerina","","54 minutes","","Black Ballerina is a story of passion, heartbreak and triumph of the human spirit. Set in the overwhelmingly white world of classical dance, it tells the stories of amazingly talented black ballerinas from several generations who face racism, exclusion and unequal opportunity while pursuing their dreams to dance. Interviews are combined with stunning archival ballet footage and photography to explore how the challenges of the past still exist in the ethereal world of ballet today.","[u'McElroy, Frances']","","[u'ballerinas', u'ballet', u'photography', u'face', u'american', u'generations', u'opportunity', u'interviews', u'dreams']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3590400-marc","stream","","The golden pomegranate","","103 minutes","","Noa, a popular Israeli singer of Yemenite descent, prepares for a concert in Jerusalem. She is interrupted by an old Arab man who claims to have been a close friend of her great grandmother. He tells her about Mazal, a Jewish child-bride from Yemen, who preserves her religion, culture, family and her unique art, surviving the harsh, violent conditions of Jerusalem and the Holy Land in the late 19th through the mid-20th centuries. She becomes the mother of two, a young widow, and the family's breadwinner through her skills as a jeweler in gold and silver. In time, a woman of property and an ardent patriot, she prevails through the unfolding bloody decades while living in the Old City of Jerusalem. She heads a family of extraordinary, unforgettable characters and grows old in strength and determination, remaining true to her traditions and ideals.","[u'Turgeman, Dan', u'Bleiweiss, Robert M.']","[u'Old City', u'Israel', u'Yemen', u'Jerusalem']","[u'arab', u'property', u'family', u'gold']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3590376-marc","stream","","Skyler","","83 minutes","","Ross Westmore battles his sexual addictions to save his relationship with the love of his life, Stephanie, and to rescue his life from the destructive path he has chosen. Ross struggles to overcome his demons in a world of temptation, placing him in some compromising situations and forcing him to lead a secret, double life as his alter-ego ""Skyler."" He attempts to change his ways through counseling, attending Stephanie's bible-study group and supporting her decision to stay a virgin. His efforts waiver and his addiction threatens to ruin his life and expose ""Skyler."" Ross swears he is going to turn his life around once and for all. He learns life does not always allow for another chance.","[u'Verdi-Rose, Clen\xe9t', u'Moras, Tony', u'Jacobs, Messiah']","","[u'addictions', u'life', u'love', u'lead', u'battles', u'change']","[u'Feature films']" "asp3590169-marc","stream","","Mindfulness with millennials","","29 minutes","","In this digital age, our brains have an insatiable urge for seeking new things. With the Internet and cell phones we have a limitless source of novelty at our fingertips. We can't stop pressing the search button, looking for another hit of dopamine. This can lead to anxiety, depression, OCD, addictions, and a loss of connection with ourselves and with our life. Mindfulness meditation is a technique we use for this. It is a kind of alert, relaxed openness where you are not thinking of anything in particular, but not striving to remove anything either. Mindfulness is used in therapy to help clients experience their emotions in the present. It helps them ground into their bodies. It creates exposure to their emotions and thoughts. We use mindfulness in therapy to strengthen new behaviors and positive mind-states. Emily Dailey meets with client, Melissa, who struggles with 'overthinking and anxiety'. In this instructional video, Emily demonstrates 3 mindfulness interventions including Rewiring the Brain, Clarifying Emotions, and Awareness Meditation.","[u'Dailey, Emily']","","[u'loss', u'lead', u'cell phones', u'emotions', u'internet', u'meditation', u'awareness']","[u'Instructional films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3590165-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. Youth group","","29 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","Set in the predominantly Asian ""ethnoburbs"" of Los Angeles County, this film follows a vibrant Buddhist youth group in a Chinese-American temple. Youth group members, most raised by immigrant Buddhist parents, attempt to define Buddhism on their own terms as they struggle to understand the rituals and beliefs of their parents' Buddhism. Interweaving the stories of teenagers in the midst of their identity formation, and young adults faced with the challenge of cultivating the next generation of Buddhist youth leaders, ""Youth Group"" paints a lighthearted and intimate portrait of a generational gap, hyphenated identities and flexible beliefs in Asian America.","[u'Lu, Wanwan']","","[u'youth', u'buddhism', u'struggle', u'teenagers', u'young adults']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3590163-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. Uzu","","28 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","Held every October in the city of Matsuyama, the Dogo Autumn Festival is one of the most violent religious festivals celebrated in Japan. Eight teams of men carrying massive portable wood shrines that can weigh up to a ton collide them together in a holy battle, leaving many injured and exhausted. ""Uzu"" is an immersive documentary film that focuses on the physical and spiritual experience of the festival from within. A thrilling ride into the violence as well as a penetrating insight into its meaning, ""Uzu"" propounds a unique cinematic experience, between sensory ethnography and ""war"" reporting.","[u'Kuentz, Gaspard']","[u'Japan', u'Matsuyama']","[u'insight', u'men', u'violence', u'autumn', u'wood', u'ethnography', u'festivals', u'religious festivals']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3590161-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. dress-scapes of Accra Unity ","","37 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","This is a film about African fashion in the capital of Ghana. African printed fabrics seem to making a comeback in the fashion system of Accra. While following Allan, a fashion designer and his wife Cynthia, this mosaic film shows the great diversity and hybridity of tailor-made fashion in the city, the variety of ways in which African clothing may be used and the cultural expression that is implicit in the wearing of African printed fabrics. The process of sewing a dress involves the marriage not only of fabric and design, and of tradition and creativity, but also of husband and wife.","[u'Visser, Mara Lin']","[u'Ghana', u'Accra']","[u'fashion', u'sewing', u'marriage', u'african', u'expression', u'capital']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3590159-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. Treasured moments","","34 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","This is the personal story of a boy who grew up mixed in every aspect of his life, his parents, where he was from, his race. The black kid who thought that he was white. The white kid who thought that he was black. The director, Ravi Hart, narrates the film along with interviews with his family. The film begins with Ravi's love of boats. Born on the island of Anguilla, British West Indies, he grew up sailing and fishing. A catastrophic hurricane hits the island in 1995 and the family leaves for the United States. The film goes on to articulate the mixed race experience in the US through themes of identity, displacement, educational inequalities and police harassment.","[u'Lloyd, Akio', u'Lloyd, Ravi Hart', u'Merrill, Heather']","[u'United States', u'Born', u'Netherlands', u'Anguilla']","[u'love', u'sailing', u'family', u'interviews', u'british', u'race', u'police']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3590157-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. The way we live now","","32 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","The Way We Live Now is an intimate portrait of the daily routines and rituals of the Hadza; modern-day hunter-gatherers living in the acacia-baobab woodlands surrounding Lake Eyasi in North-Central Tanzania. The film traces the daily rhythms of this small community while allowing them to reflect on how their way of life has changed. We are with them from dusk until dawn, where we get a glimpse of their world from their point of view: hunting for wild animals and honey, making food and poison, sitting around the fire with family and dancing under the stars.","[u'Smith, Sophia Hersi']","[u'Tanzania']","[u'life', u'animals', u'hunting', u'family', u'food', u'fire', u'wild animals']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3590155-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. The last lineage opera in Zhouguan village","","42 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","In the summer of 2006, I went as a student to Zhouguan, a Tunpu village in a multiethnic area of southwest China. Renowned for its performances of the Dixi exorcism operas, the village elders believe that they are descendants of ethnic Han military colonists in the early Ming Dynasty. When local businessmen and government officials began to take control of the staging of these plays, the elders told me that ""authentic"" performances were no longer possible. They therefore asked me to make a record of the Dixi opera which they planned to perform that year for the very last time.","[u'Xiong, Xun']","[u'China']","[u'summer', u'government', u'opera', u'performances', u'exorcism', u'colonists', u'businessmen', u'military']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3590153-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. Shepherds in the cave","","85 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","An international team of art restorers, archaeologists and volunteers begin work on the restoration of religious frescoes inside a network of ancient caves. Faced with local bureaucratic challenges and the systemic neglect of archaeological sites, the team encounters a community of shepherds and migrants who have used the caves for centuries and discover a living culture that is worth preserving most of all.","[u'Grieco, Anthony']","","[u'shepherds', u'volunteers', u'art', u'work', u'culture', u'caves', u'painting']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3590151-marc","stream","","Kutääy","","20 minutes","","Fili, a 22-year-old Mixe, makes ornamental paper hot air balloons. Since this is an important tradition in his community, Fili — an expert in the art — is recognized and accepted. Yet, he is rejected because he is also a skater. The balloons that Fili makes are a metaphor of the fusion between tradition and innovation. Not only he himself is a hybrid of traditions and external influences, but also he uses both traditional and digital techniques to make his balloons. Thanks to this, Fili has managed to build more sophisticated balloons, which he has taken to different competitions in festivals around the world. The documentary shows the sometimes head-spinning change produced by the interaction of a community's traditions with the world around it.","[u'Contreras, Isis']","[u'Fili', u'Russia']","[u'art', u'air', u'paper', u'metaphor', u'festivals', u'balloons', u'change']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3590149-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. the confluence of Agnack Kanraxël ","","52 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","Agnack is a place where both rivers and people converge in the most stunning of ways – a place where it is considered perfectly normal to speak a minimum of six languages. For the first time in history the people of Agnack - the Baïnounk people - allowed cameras to film as they prepare for an unforgettable event and capture the mystery surrounding their rituals. The Baïnounk culture is more threatened now than at any point in its long history due to abrupt changes brought by colonisation, conflict, globalisation and migration.","[u'Sowa, Remigiusz']","[u'Senegal']","[u'culture', u'cameras', u'rivers', u'time', u'history']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3590147-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. Ghetto PSA","","16 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","Jacob arrived in Italy alone from French Guinea when he was 11 years old. Today he is 27, and hip hop music is his whole world: it is his way to express dreams, hopes and frustrations, and to not feel part of the ""ghetto"" any longer. He lives on the outskirts of Turin, where, by day, together with other young migrants who are part of his band ""Ghetto PSA"", he writes songs and makes music. At night, he works as an educator in a centre for asylum seekers. This ""double life"" leads him to reflect on his own identity, as a young Italian who speaks three languages, but who does not forget who he is and where he has come from.","[u'Schillaci, Rossella']","[u'Italy', u'Turin']","[u'italy', u'french', u'music', u'hip hop', u'songs', u'italian']","[u'Short films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3590145-marc","stream","","Campo 9","","25 minutes","","Carlos, the director of the documentary, worked for four years with Abraham and his family of Mennonites who have lived in the Campeche region for over a decade. Abraham mainly worked cutting down trees to produce charcoal. The Mayan community, which does not agree with tree felling, finally put a stop to it. The Mennonites were once apprehensive and afraid of the Mayans, just as the Mayans were afraid of them. Today, these two very different cultures live in peace. This documentary portrays the Mennonites' way of life from the point of view of a Mayan director.","[u'Rivero Uicab, Carlos Renan']","[u'Campeche', u'Mexico']","[u'mennonites', u'life', u'abraham', u'family', u'trees']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3589897-marc","stream","","The plague at the Karatas Village","","86 minutes","","A new mayor discovers the macabre secret of a rural village in this absurdist black comedy.","[u'Abishev, Serik', u'Yerzhanov, Adilkhan', u'Khlasheva, Olga']","[u'Turkey', u'Kazakhstan', u'Serik']","[u'plague']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films', u'Dark comedy films']" "asp3589895-marc","stream","","Losing sight of shore","","92 minutes","","Losing Sight of Shore follows the extraordinary journey of four brave women known as the Coxless Crew that set out to row the Pacific Ocean from America to Australia unsupported. As they row over 8,000 miles during their nine months at sea, they face extreme mental and physical challenges they must overcome in order to go down in history. This is a story of perseverance, friendship, and the power of the human spirit. Everyone has a Pacific to cross.","[u'Moshman, Sarah']","[u'Australia']","[u'australia', u'face', u'ocean', u'women']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3585234-marc","stream","","Class of '27 : a new generation in three forgotten places","","54 minutes","","In Class of '27, three diverse filmmaking teams set out across rural America to explore the lives of our youngest citizens and tell the stories of families and communities coming together– against the odds— to guide their children into successful graduates of the Class of '27. ""A moving documentary which aims to expand the current narratives surrounding rural poverty in America.""– The Atlantic ""These unforgettable films, drawn from across the United States, show a side of America that is rarely seen — the daily struggles and triumphs of children and their families in rural low-income communities.""– Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Professor, NYU.","[u'Craig, Dustinn', u'Alvarez, Nina', u'Rutenbeck, James']","[u'United States']","[u'families', u'class', u'american', u'poverty', u'filmmaking', u'communities', u'children']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3584888-marc","stream","","Pioneers. the bomb that shook the world Roy Glauber ","","48 minutes","[u'Pioneers']","Roy Glauber (born in 1925) – an eminent American theoretical physicist, researcher of the interaction of light and matter, co-winner of the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics. Glauber was a child of the Great Depression and a prodigy. At the age of 16 he became a student at Harvard University. Two years later he was enlisted as one of the youngest scientists of the Manhattan Project whose objective was to create the first nuclear weapons. He later worked at the Institute for Advanced Study and at the California Institute of Technology. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.The Bomb that Shook the World, On July 16, 1945, in the New Mexico desert, in a flash ""brighter than a thousand suns"" the post-war order was established. The Trinity test had a handful of eyewitnesses and of those just a few took part in the creation of the weapons which less than a month later would destroy Hiroshima and Nagasaki. One of them was Roy Glauber. This film is the result of many hours of conversations with him, an erudite scientist blessed with a memory as sharp as a razor. The film presents an extraordinary and deeply personal account of those crucial events. The director, Karol Jałochowski, a science journalist at POLITYKA weekly and Outreach Fellow of the National University of Singapore, in this film combines the skills of journalism and filmmaking. The documentary was shot at the locations of Los Alamos (where scientists worked on the creation of the atomic bomb), Alamogordo (the Trinity test site) and Santa Fe. Recently declassified footage and photographs from the archives of the Los Alamos National Laboratory are a vital addition to the film.","[u'Zmelonek, Piotr', u'Ekert, Artur K.', u'Jalochowski, Karol', u'Glauber, Roy J.']","[u'Cambridge', u'Singapore', u'Santa Fe', u'United States', u'Alamogordo', u'Japan']","[u'photographs', u'memory', u'child', u'creation', u'mexico', u'addition', u'science', u'age', u'scientists', u'journalism', u'outreach', u'weapons', u'american', u'archives', u'light', u'depression']","[u'Documentary films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3584884-marc","stream","","How to work with children. A sensory approach Part 1,","","63 minutes","[u'How to work with children']","Successfully deliver sensory strategies, Eliminate control battles, while keeping the child regulated. Design sensory add-ons to classwork, homework and therapy. This workshop focuses on the art of working with a child. Using the ""10 core elements of good sensory interventions"" as our guide, we will discuss strategies for therapists, educators and caregivers to deliver sensory interventions. Topics include: grading activities, for the just-right challenge; making the child an ally and partner in interventions; keeping the child regulated; ensuring the child's safety, and setting up the environment. We will also discuss ways to seamlessly incorporate sensory input into the day.","[u'Garland, Teresa']","[u'United States', u'Philippines', u'Teresa', u'Garland']","[u'art', u'educators', u'work', u'caregivers', u'design', u'child', u'homework']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584882-marc","stream","","Self regulation : 15 solutions for children 3-15","","111 minutes","","This engaging two-hour training provides cognitive and motor activities to help children acquire and utilize better self-regulation strategies. This workshop demonstrates hands-on activities for the office, home and classroom, integrating evidence-based research from neuroscience, kinesiology and positive psychology. Activities are explored in an ages and stages progression and divided into three categories: Cognitive, limbic and kinetic for ease of clinical application and utility.","[u'Kenney, Lynne']","","[u'home', u'training', u'kinesiology', u'children', u'research']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584880-marc","stream","","Brain-based strategies to improve behavior in children","","117 minutes","","This engaging two-hour training provides collaborative strategies for clinicians who treat children with a variety of challenges such as ADHD, EFD, SPD, anxiety and depression. Dr. Lynne Kenney, one of the Top 100 Docs to ""listen to"" on Twitter, will demonstrate activities that you can use with parents and kids immediately. These brain-based activities will help clinicians, teachers and parents to move from damage control to skillful living.","[u'Kenney, Lynne']","","[u'training', u'anxiety', u'parents', u'teachers', u'behavior', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584878-marc","stream","","Tantrums, meltdowns & showdowns","","87 minutes","","Working with parents around children and adolescent behaviors can be challenging. Parents ask, ""Why can't s/he just listen?"", ""Why is there always a power struggle?"", ""What can't my kid just behave? "", ""I lose it all the time myself, I feel inadequate."" ""We've tried everything; nothing works for us."" The problem is that parents and authority figures often respond to kids in the same mode. ""How many times have I told you?"", ""If you don't ... You'll be grounded!"", ""That's the last straw- I've had it. Go to your room!"" This type of communication will inflame most kids and especially kids that have ADHD, ODD, ASD and other resistant behaviors. Join Susan Epstein, LCSW, child behavior expert and author of the bestselling book, Over 60 Techniques, Activities & Worksheets for Challenging Children & Adolescents, and learn how to use mindfulness to reduce and even eliminate tantrums, meltdowns and showdowns. Discover creative strategies to help children transition from one activity to the next. You will leave this seminar with specific strategies to block negative behaviors and increase the positive behaviors without meltdowns or showdowns.","[u'Epstein, Susan P.']","","[u'communication', u'child', u'authority', u'parents', u'behavior', u'time', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584876-marc","stream","","Visual tools for children with autism","","93 minutes","","This workshop demonstrates how to create and use visual tools for working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We start with creating simple tools such as visual schedules and first-then boards, and then look at inexpensive commercial apps that provide similar functionality. Next, we discuss how to make picture stories, as well as stories that teach both rules and lessons. This is followed by a review of commercial apps for authoring stories for children with ASD. Finally, we look at four different methods of utilizing video as a way to increase functional and positive behavior skills. We cover the entire process of making each of these types of videos, using pre-taped video clips as examples.","[u'Garland, Teresa']","[u'United States', u'Philippines', u'Teresa', u'Garland']","[u'tools', u'children', u'behavior', u'autism']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584874-marc","stream","","Defiant children","","90 minutes","","Dr. Greene and Dr. Barkley will converse and question each other, as well as share similarities and differences in their models and programs. You will discover the most current and practical strategies to work with your most challenging kids, to help reinforce positive change. Take away proven tools to understand the causes of noncompliant, defiant, and oppositional behavior and be able to implement them immediately at home and/or school.","[u'Barkley, Russell A.', u'Greene, Ross W.']","","[u'home', u'work', u'tools', u'children', u'behavior']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584872-marc","stream","","Executive dysfunction : effective strategies & interventions for children and adolescents","","122 minutes","","Proven strategies, skill building and treatment interventions for the child/adolescent who has difficulty getting organized at home and school, can't understand or recall directions, does not appear to live up to his or her potential, can't monitor behavior and is inconsistent from day to day, needs time management skills, can't finish homework or projects. The frontal lobes of the brain, which are largely responsible for the adequate performance of executive functions, are the last to fully mature in childhood development. Children with inattention, poor planning and organizational skills, memory deficits, emotional instability and poor self-monitoring are at risk for academic underachievement and socialization/behavioral difficulties. They may be deemed ""lazy"", ""forgetful"", ""confused"" and ""inconsistent"". Their learning often suffers from behaviorally-based actions that can be shared and developed in and out of the classroom. Children and adolescents with executive dysfunction are frequently brighter than their academic performance suggests. Through the use of case studies and interactive discussion of executive functioning, Dr. Susan Fralick-Ball will provide you with practical, effective and easily adaptable skill building techniques for children and adolescents with executive dysfunction. You will learn the latest evidence-based treatment strategies for behavioral and academic achievement. Learn how you can intervene and help overcome fear and anxiety when homework is missing, late, incomplete, or just way off-base. Discover how to guide initiation and follow through with assignments and projects. Help your students work through problems with a sequential, logical method. Leave this seminar with classroom strategies to help children and adolescents achieve their full academic and social potentials. This seminar addresses: the focusing, attention, organizational and self-monitoring difficulties of students with executive dysfunction, Offers Strategies to help children achieve their full academic and social potentials, Skills for improved flexibility, confidence and time management, Utilizes The latest, evidence-based treatment strategies for behavioral and academic achievement, A humanistic approach to a frustrating set of dysfunctional problems, Practical, effective and easily adaptable skill building for students with executive dysfunction. OBJECTIVES: Explain the neurobiological basis of executive dysfunctions. Describe the process of mental control necessary for student success. Summarize the 10 primary executive functions. Recognize classroom and social manifestations of difficulty with executive dysfunction. Identify conditions associated with problems of executive dysfunction. Accept and utilize practical guidelines for setting realistic expectations for children with executive dysfunction. Add strategies and skill building to your tool chest.","[u'Fralick-Ball, Susan']","","[u'frontal lobes', u'planning', u'learning', u'home', u'fear', u'children', u'functions', u'management', u'discussion', u'time management', u'treatment', u'memory', u'performance', u'homework', u'poor', u'classroom', u'risk', u'students', u'building', u'anxiety', u'recall', u'work', u'behavior', u'time', u'adolescents', u'childhood']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584870-marc","stream","","10 classroom activities to enhance executive function and improve task completion","","103 minutes","","We're back to school and soon children will be bringing home loads of homework. For many children academic tasks such as worksheets, projects and homework can feel overwhelming! In Dr. Lynne Kenney's new book, 70 Play Activities for Better Thinking, Self-regulation, Learning and Behavior (2016), she shares over 40 executive function skills. Teachers, clinicians and parents can easily implement these activities to improve sequencing, initiation, execution, task management, attention and memory skills. Dr. Kenney will provide you with key research findings relevant to your everyday work, and transform that research into practical activities and worksheets to help your students: Improve pacing and memory, Learn encoding and retrieval Improve motivation and attention, Learn preview and planning, Maximize homework approach, initiation and execution. OBJECTIVES: Describe the cognitive science behind learning and memory in a practical, activity-based manner, Explain how to become a ""Cognitive Detective"" to better see what executive functions might be road blocks to a specific student's achievement, Model how to have ""Cognitive Conversations"" with students to help them move from feel distressed about their learning to feeling like empowered thinkers, Show how to fill your tool-box with 10 activities that will immediately transform your students' learning.","[u'Kenney, Lynne']","","[u'back', u'classroom', u'functions', u'behavior', u'students', u'science', u'attention', u'play', u'research', u'cognitive science', u'parents', u'learning', u'memory', u'home', u'children', u'homework']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584868-marc","stream","","10 brain-based strategies : help children overcome anxiety and promote resilience","","92 minutes","","In this ninety-minute video, best-selling author Dr. Tina Payne Bryson (co-author with Dan Siegel of The Whole-Brain Child and No-Drama Discipline) discusses the primary ways she brings the brain into her work with the children, adolescents, and parents who visit her office each week. Focusing on both the latest research and clinical application, Dr. Bryson will explain how she helps her young clients better understand themselves and their own brains, thus helping them overcome anxiety and develop resilience within themselves. Using stories and case examples, Dr. Bryson explains ten simple, scientifically-grounded strategies that can help psychotherapists better understand the brains of the kids they work with, and communicate that understanding to parents and the children themselves so that kids can feel less anxious and more in control of their bodies and emotions. 10 Brain-Based Approaches for Children - Connection between body, brain, and emotions, and what produces feelings of nervousness and fear. Learn to recognize anxiety and other negative emotions as messages sent by the body and brain. Use strategies and effective responses that ""work for your brain and body."" Understand neural plasticity and how kids can affect their brains by understanding and responding to their anxiety. Describe the brain as an association machine, by understanding mental and neural associations, kids can more effectively respond to what they're feeling. Help kids understand that the brain's job is to get a need met, and recognize their anxiety as a signal that the brain needs some sort of shift. Demonstrate how nervous system arousal works, and how resilience is about remaining in the optimal window for well being and happiness. Show how discipline and learning are guided by nervous system arousal, and how we determine at what point anxiety impairs this process. Introduce kids to the role mindfulness plays in addressing fear and anxiety.Teach tools of the mind and tools of the body, which allow children to overcome anxiety and build skills that help them control their anxious emotions and make good and healthy decisions.","[u'Bryson, Tina Payne']","","[u'discipline', u'anxiety', u'plays', u'plasticity', u'psychotherapists', u'work', u'emotions', u'research', u'brain', u'parents', u'learning', u'child', u'fear', u'nervous system', u'tools', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584866-marc","stream","","10 brain-based strategies : help children in the classroom improve emotional, academic & social skills for back to school","","91 minutes","","Bridging the Gap Between What Experts Know and What Happens at Home & School. In this 90-minute video, best-selling author Dr. Tina Payne Bryson (co-author with Dan Siegel of The Whole-Brain Child) discusses the challenges she most frequently addresses with parents, students, educators, and professionals when it comes to kids in the classroom. At school, many children have emotional, academic, and social hurdles to overcome. This special video will discuss how to create new associations with learning and the school environment, and how to help kids build skills and become resilient. Using stories, case examples, and plenty of humor, Dr. Bryson explains 10 simple, scientifically grounded strategies that will help children transition back to school, be confident students, and have a successful academic year. Attendees will be exposed to the most important and frequent perspectives and strategies Dr. Bryson teaches parents, educators, and mental health professionals in her office as a pediatric and adolescent psychologist, and as the school counselor at St. Mark's School in Altadena, California. ABOUT THE SPEAKER -Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. (TinaBryson.com) is a psychotherapist at Pediatric and Adolescent Psychology Associates in Arcadia, California, where she sees children and adolescents, as well as provides parenting consultations. In addition to writing and lecturing to parents, educators, and mental health professionals all across the country, she serves as the director of parenting education and development for the Mindsight Institute, focusing on how to understand relationships in the context of the changing brain. Dr. Bryson earned her Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, where her research explored attachment science, childrearing theory, and the emerging field of interpersonal neurobiology. Her book, The Whole-Brain Child (Random House, 2011, co-authored with Dr. Dan Siegel) has been featured/reviewed in numerous national publications, like The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, and Deepak Chopra's official website, where he lists it as what he's ""Currently Reading"". Dr. Bryson has written for a large number of publications, most recently the PBS series ""This Emotional Life"". She is the co-host of the online parenting show ""The Intentional Parent"".","[u'Bryson, Tina Payne']","[u'United States', u'Arcadia', u'Altadena', u'University']","[u'classroom', u'mental health', u'psychology', u'adolescent psychology', u'addition', u'series', u'social skills', u'back', u'lists', u'writing', u'parenting', u'health', u'learning', u'child', u'home', u'education', u'children', u'research']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584864-marc","stream","","10 brain-based strategies to help children handle their emotions","","92 minutes","","In this video, best-selling author Tina Payne Bryson (co-author with Dan Siegel of The Whole-Brain Child) discusses how to increase the effectiveness of your treatment by working with parents to reduce the backwards steps taken when a child leaves the therapy office or classroom. Using stories, case examples, and plenty of humor, Dr. Bryson explains ten simple, scientifically-grounded strategies that will help children handle their emotions and make better decisions - even in high-stress moments. You will learn how to accurately assess a child's temperament and the key questions to provide a great understanding of family dynamics and parenting styles. Walk away from this video with the tools to improve outcomes by working more effectively with the entire family as part of the process.","[u'Bryson, Tina Payne']","","[u'family', u'child', u'emotions', u'parenting', u'parents', u'treatment', u'temperament', u'dynamics', u'tools', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584862-marc","stream","","10 activites to enhance social-emotional literacy in the classroom : transform student behavior from chaos to calm","","105 minutes","","Imagine a classroom that is calm, well-managed and centered on learning, not behavior management. Join us for a practical program introducing research-based activities from Dr. Kenney's most recent works Bloom Your Room and 70 Play Activities To Enhance Thinking, Self-Regulation, Learning and Behavior. Discover simple activities to enhance competence, confidence, communication and collaboration. Get ahead of misbehavior by teaching with the brain in mind! OBJECTIVES: Establish a new social-emotional literacy tool for classrooms called Bloom Your Room, created as a 50-piece art collection with research-based strategies, tools and activities build into it. Kids will enjoy the art, talking about the characters and learning social skills, kindness and empathy without any resistance. Show how to fill your tool-box with words and activities to help your students on a healthy path to good behavior and top-notch learning. Describe exactly what to say to encourage students to be prosocial, kind and caring with one another, allowing you more time to do what you love, teach.","[u'Kenney, Lynne']","","[u'classroom', u'caring', u'play', u'empathy', u'art', u'behavior', u'students', u'communication', u'classrooms', u'brain', u'learning', u'time', u'teaching', u'kindness', u'tools', u'literacy']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584860-marc","stream","","The narcissism epidemic : consequences and treatment techniques","","57 minutes","","Narcissism is a destructive but often misunderstood personality trait. In this 90 minute webcast, noted author and narcissism expert, Dr. Jean Twenge, will begin by describing narcissism through correlated behaviors, its relationship to self-esteem, its genetic roots, and its environmental and cultural causes such as parenting styles, media influences, and new technology. Next, Dr. Twenge will focus on practical strategies for helping narcissists and those around them. These include helping narcissists recognize how their behavior undermines their success and relationships, and slowly moving toward seeing how their behavior affects others. Strategies for those affected by others' narcissism include avoidance, flattery, reframing, and documenting your own contribution.","[u'Twenge, Jean']","","[u'narcissism', u'narcissists', u'success', u'parenting', u'treatment', u'behavior', u'personality']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584858-marc","stream","","OCD : ten best treatment strategies for children and adolescents","","123 minutes","","Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can be one of the most challenging illnesses to treat successfully, and it is made more challenging when working with children and adolescents! Join OCD experts Kimberly Morrow, LCSW, and Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, LCSW-C, in this engaging presentation you will learn creative and proven strategies to educate and treat kids with OCD, including the use of puppets, games, and technology. You will also learn concrete strategies to help families and schools become a part of the journey to wellness.","[u'Spencer, Elizabeth DuPont', u'Morrow, Kimberly']","","[u'families', u'concrete', u'treatment', u'schools', u'adolescents', u'children']","[u'Educational films', u'Filmed lectures']" "asp3584856-marc","stream","","Couples therapy : advances and challenges in couples therapy today","","102 minutes","","In this Forum, each participant will respond to the question ""What's the most important new idea or discovery shaping your practice with couples today?"" Each presenter offers a 20-minute presentation in the compelling TED Talk style followed by the opportunity for further exchange and exploration with the audience.","[u'Hunt, Helen', u'Real, Terrence', u'Hendrix, Harville', u'Love, Patricia']","","[u'couples', u'exploration', u'opportunity', u'couples therapy']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3584854-marc","stream","","Being present with pain","","70 minutes","","As long as we're alive, we experience pain. Unfortunately, many of our hard-wired responses to both physical and emotional pain multiply our miseries, trapping us in viscous cycles of suffering. This class will focus on ways to be present with pain that interrupt these cycles, freeing us from unnecessary suffering. Therapeutic presence arises from a clinician and clients' increased willingness to relate to pain with flexibility versus control and avoidance.","[u'Siegel, Ronald D.']","","[u'pain', u'class']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3584852-marc","stream","","The science of mindfulness and compassionate presence","","85 minutes","","Mindful and compassionate presence are not just trendy ideas, but have a deep history, as well as a powerful underlying physiology and neuroscience to explain them. What's more, the research and evidence are overwhelming. In this extended segment, you will discover the fascinating neuroscience behind contemplative practice, as well as simple ways to share the science with your clients. We will also explore and practice multiple techniques that you can use yourself or with clients in and out of the therapy hour.","[u'Willard, Christopher']","","[u'science', u'neuroscience', u'evidence', u'physiology', u'research']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3584850-marc","stream","","Cultivating presence through mindfulness and compassion","","59 minutes","","Self-compassion is a state of warm, connected presence during difficult moments in our lives. It is an inner strength that can be cultivated inside or outside the consultation office. During therapy, self-compassion can help a therapist to recognize and ""be with"" difficult emotions within themselves and thereby stay in connection with their clients - a key component of therapeutic presence, and a core ingredient of skillful management of the therapeutic encounter. A simple self-compassion practice will be taught to help therapists maintain compassionate presence in therapy.","[u'Germer, Christopher K.']","","[u'compassion', u'management', u'emotions']","[u'Educational films']" "asp3584848-marc","stream","","Working with somatic components to overcome trauma related fears of feeling good","","79 minutes","","""M"" is a 45-year-old woman who feels ready for a relationship but paralyzed by an inability to express positive feelings. Years of talking therapy have given her insight into this pattern as a legacy of early childhood trauma — without resolving it. During the session, client and therapist notice M's shoulder twitching each time something positive is mentioned. Assuming that the shoulder is communicating specific beliefs or fears that can be addressed through internal dialogue, we 'befriend' the shoulder and explore the fears it warns her about. M experiences a relaxation in her guardedness — until a clinical error by the therapist triggers her at the very end of the session.","[u'Fisher, Janina']","","[u'shoulder', u'error', u'insight', u'time', u'relaxation', u'childhood']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp3584846-marc","stream","","Trauma and relationships : when intimacy feels unsafe","","92 minutes","","""J"" and ""S"" are a couple in their 40s. In their two years together, health problems have undermined S's functioning, increasing pressure on J. to be the breadwinner and caregiver. In this session, the couple is asked to mindfully notice their interaction: he speaks glowingly of his hopes for their future; she pulls away; he feels crushed and withdraws. Both feel alone and unhappy. In this session, they are asked to attend to their physical and emotional responses to each other without attributing blame. When they can stay connected to their bodies and focused on describing their own experience, the emotional walls come down, and they feel closer to one another.","[u'Fisher, Janina']","","[u'pressure', u'walls', u'health']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp3584844-marc","stream","","Steps toward healing traumatic attachment & borderline personality disorder","","96 minutes","","""KW,"" a 22-year-old mother of two, diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, wants to work on stabilizing a volatile relationship to the father of her children and learn to manage her rage and impulsivity. Adopted at 18 months after being removed from her abusive parents' care, she has always exhibited classic signs of traumatic attachment: separation anxiety, fear of abandonment, rejection sensitivity, fight and flight responses to disappointment or betrayal—and equal difficulty tolerating distance and closeness. In this session, healthy attachment to her children is used as a resource to help her gain insight, develop control over impulsive behavior, and facilitate internal compassion and self-soothing.","[u'Fisher, Janina']","","[u'flight', u'compassion', u'work', u'father', u'borderline personality disorder', u'healing', u'fear', u'children', u'personality']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp3584842-marc","stream","","Overcoming suicidality, addictive and unsafe behavior","","101 minutes","","""CP,"" a client with Dissociative Identity Disorder, is working on changing her relationship to chronic suicidal ideation and impulsivity. In this session, she is helped to re-frame the wish to die as an expression of a suicidal part of her personality trying to control flashbacks and overwhelming emotions. This helps her more clearly differentiate the wish to live despite the self-destructive impulses. She speaks frankly about the shame evoked by traditional approaches to suicidality and how it fuels the suicidal part to desperate measures. By understanding the suicidal ideation as a communication from the suicidal part, she reports a growing ability to keep herself safe, no matter how intense the suicidal impulses.","[u'Fisher, Janina']","","[u'ability', u'communication', u'shame', u'behavior', u'expression', u'personality']","[u'Instructional films']" "asp3584677-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. launeddas in tempus di crisi Nodas ","","30 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","Dating back 3000 years to the Nuragic civilisation on Sardinia, 'launeddas' are wind instruments that testify to contacts from across the Mediterranean. Although they nearly vanished in the 1960s, in today's ""time of crisis"", launeddas have been associated with levels of virtuoso performance that only a few decades ago seemed no longer attainable. This documentary portrays five talented young launeddas players, exploring through their eyes the interstitial spaces between folklore and ethnicity, tradition and experimentation, identity and globalization. In doing so, it offers a harsh overview of an entire generation of Sardinian life.","[u'Mura, Andrea', u'Cao, Umberto']","","[u'performance', u'back', u'folklore']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3584675-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. Travel","","64 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","Joy left Nigeria to help her family after her father's death. She knew that she was going to sell sex in France, but she was unaware of the degree of exploitation that she would face. With the help of an association she obtains asylum, but to help her family and live her life, she continues selling sex. This documentary ethnofiction was co-written by Nicola Mai and 8 Nigerian women with experiences of migration, sex work and trafficking. Joy is one of several fictional characters embodying their individual and collective experiences. In order to protect their identities these roles are played by non-professional actresses including some of the film's co-authors.","[u'Mai, Nicola']","[u'Nigeria', u'France']","[u'actresses', u'selling', u'family', u'joy', u'travel', u'work', u'sex', u'exploitation', u'nigerian', u'women']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3584673-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. Vom Flössen am Ägerisee","","30 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","Aegeri, in a remote part of Switzerland, is one of the few lakes in Central Europe where professional log rafters can still be found. This film is based on the gentle observation of the work of a group of these rafters who follow a unique tradition that has not been impacted by modern technology. Adopting a respectful approach to woodland management, the film offers a deep insight into the work that takes place in the forest, including wood cutting as well as log rafting.","[u'Horat, Thomas']","[u'Switzerland']","[u'europe', u'work', u'insight', u'modern', u'lakes', u'wood']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3584671-marc","stream","","RAI Film Festival 2017. land of Udehe Udehe Boa =","","27 minutes","[u'RAI Film Festival 2017']","This film takes us into the world of Udehe – indigenous people of the Far East of Russia. According to the census of 2010, their population dropped to 1,490 souls.","[u'Golovnev, Ivan']","[u'Russia']","[u'population']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3584667-marc","stream","","Messages musicaux : le Sénégal en transformation","","76 minutes","","The traditional musicians in Senegal were in charge of retaining the history of their ethnic group, along with ways of thinking and behaving. Their aim was to conserve the society. Nowadays the griots have lost much of their importance. Their world is vanishing, but not their methods. Awadi, one of the first and best known rappers in Western Africa, picked up the method of the griots to launch his message to the people. But unlike the griots, his aim is to change society. Awadi is fighting Pan-Africanism, a movement which can't be understood without having colonialism and its still lasting after-effects in mind. This films offers an insight into contemporary Senegalese society, reflecting its ethnic, linguistic, religious and musical diversity.","[u'Strasser, Cornelia', u'Schmid, Rolf']","[u'Senegal']","[u'colonialism', u'insight', u'senegalese', u'musicians', u'films', u'griots', u'movement', u'change', u'history']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3584665-marc","stream","","Boya Boya (Shine Shine)","","19 minutes","","A portrait of Syrian refugee Mohammed, a 12-year-old shoe shine boy, Boya Boya (Shine Shine) looks at the reality of the growing population of urban refugees from a child's point of view. While supporting the women and children of his family, Mohammed still smiles and sings his way through his long working day cleaning shoes around the city of Irbid. With song and laughter, he touches the hearts of his clients, but for how long will he be able to keep finding and creating these moments of joy while carrying the burden of such responsibility and sadness?","[u'Boswall, Karen', u'Al Akash, Ruba']","[u'Syria', u'Jordan', u'Irbid']","[u'shoes', u'joy', u'refugee', u'reality', u'responsibility', u'cleaning', u'women', u'refugees', u'children', u'population']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3584663-marc","stream","","Entre memorias","","33 minutes","","Eudosia is still searching for her husband's remains in the highlands of Ayacucho; Lucero has been in prison for 25 years now for the crime of terrorism against the Peruvian state; since 2009 the commandos of the counterinsurgency unit Chavin de Huantar recreate and commemorate their heroic military actions to save a nation from the threat of terrorism. Twelve years after the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission published its final report about the atrocities committed during the internal armed conflict (1980-2000), memories of this period seem more contested than ever. This film explores the complex legacies of twenty years of violence and war in Peru through practices of remembering. In three audio-visual pieces made in collaboration with relatives of the disappeared, insurgents of the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) and members of the Armed Forces, this documentary aims to create an on-screen dialogue between memories, which in practice remains elusive.","[u'Dietrich, Martha-Cecilia', u'Sendero Luminoso (Guerrilla group)']","[u'Ayacucho', u'Peru']","[u'counterinsurgency', u'reconciliation', u'truth and reconciliation commission', u'peruvian', u'memories', u'violence', u'atrocities', u'truth', u'prison', u'military', u'terrorism', u'crime', u'war', u'movement']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3584661-marc","stream","","Agave is life","","60 minutes","","Agave is Life is a documentary film about mankind's 10,000 year-long symbiotic alliance with the marvelous agave plant, from which tequila, Mexico's iconic distilled spirit, is derived. The documentary takes viewers back to a time when hunter-gatherers relied on the agave plant as a source of food, drink, shelter and fiber while roaming desert regions of Mexico and the American Southwest. With the advent of early agriculture, and later, the development of more complex civilizations, agave played a role in the longevity, success, and ritual life of ancient cultures in these regions. Only recently have archaeologists realized how important the agave plant was to pre-Columbian people living in what may seem like marginal environments. It is through their investigations that the story unfolds, starting with feasting rituals and practices among hunter-gatherers and early agave farmers, and ending with current day environmental concerns. Along the way we learn how this unique desert plant, and its products, once integral to human survival, community gatherings, and religious rites, has become embedded in identity, mythology, art, and cultural traditions. After the Spanish Conquest, the once sacred agave was transformed into an economic commodity with meteoric increases in fiber, pulque, and distilled spirit production. In recent decades, however, competition with beer has all but eliminated Mexico's once flourishing pulque market while synthetics have severely curtailed the agave fiber industry. Tequila and mezcal producers, the survivors of agave's early commercial success in Mexico, are threatened today by climate change, water scarcity, and the lack of biological diversity in their fields. While biologists and producers struggle to reverse this negative trend, the multi-purpose agave plant rides through another transition for 21st century consumers. Hope for the plant's future may one day rely upon more traditional agricultural methods and, as in the past, the use of its many products --- from fuel to musical instruments.","[u'Olmos, Edward James', u'Dreiss, Meredith L.', u'Brown, David O.']","[u'Along', u'India', u'Tequila', u'Mexico']","[u'survivors', u'life', u'success', u'mexico', u'biologists', u'ritual', u'climate', u'competition', u'back', u'water', u'beer', u'spanish', u'struggle', u'investigations', u'time', u'fuel', u'american', u'desert', u'hope']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3573877-marc","stream","","The heir apparent : Largo Winch","","109 minutes","","When billionaire financier Nerio Winch (Miki Manojlovic) and head of the W Group is murdered, his second in command (Kristin Scott Thomas) must locate his only heir -- a heretofore unknown adopted son, Largo (Tomer Sisley). But first the heir -- a twentysomething adventurer -- must overcome an onslaught of drug traffickers, assassins, corporate raiders and double-dealing insiders to fulfill his destiny in this twisty, fast-paced corporate thriller.","[u'Francq, Philippe', u'Gastaldo, Nathalie', u'Hamme, Jean van', u'Salle, J\xe9r\xf4me']","[u'Belgium', u'United States', u'Largo', u'Hamme']","[u'head', u'drug']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films', u'Action and adventure films']" "asp3573875-marc","stream","","Snowman's land","","99 minutes","","In this wry German dark comedy, Walter (Jürgen Rissmann) is a professional hitman who has just botched a job. Forced to leave the city, he reluctantly takes up an offer from eccentric crime boss Berger (Reiner Schöne) to protect his house (and young, pretty, free-spirited wife Sybille) in a remote region of the Carpathian Mountains. At Walter's side is Micky (Thomas Wodianka), his chatty, thrill-seeking old friend. After a freak accident, what seemed to be a nice, easy holiday job for the hapless pair soon becomes a comically nightmarish fight for survival. Stunning cinematography of the deceptively idyllic snowy landscapes and hardboiled, clever plot twists make Snowman's Land an unmissable genre classic.","[u'Michalski, Boris', u'Thomson, Tomasz']","[u'Germany']","[u'cinematography', u'landscapes', u'crime']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films', u'Dark comedy films']" "asp3573873-marc","stream","","Nordwand","","126 minutes","","Based on a true story, North Face is a suspenseful adventure film about a competition to climb the most dangerous rock face in the Alps. Set in 1936, as Nazi propaganda urges the nation's Alpinists to conquer the unclimbed north face of the Swiss massif – the Eiger – two reluctant German climbers begin their daring ascent.","[u'Krausz, Danny', u'St\xf6lzl, Philipp', u'Sch\xf6nfelder, Boris']","[u'Switzerland', u'Germany', u'Swaziland']","[u'nazi propaganda', u'swiss', u'propaganda', u'competition', u'face']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films', u'Action and adventure films']" "asp3573871-marc","stream","","Nannerl, la sœur de Mozart","","120 minutes","","Mozart's Sister is a re-imagined account of the early life of Maria Anna 'Nannerl' Mozart, five years older than Wolfgang and a musical prodigy in her own right. Once the featured performer, Nannerl has given way to Wolfgang as the main attraction, as their strict but loving father Leopold tours his talented offspring in front of the royal courts of pre-French Revolution Europe. Approaching marriageable age and now forbidden to play the violin or compose, Nannerl chafes at the limitations imposed on her gender. But a friendship with the son and daughter of Louis XV offers her ways to challenge the established sexual and social order.","[u'Berchtold zu Sonnenburg, Maria Anna Mozart', u'F\xe9ret, Fabienne', u'Mozart family', u'Feret, Ren\xe9']","","[u'life', u'revolution', u'age', u'father', u'play', u'courts', u'violin', u'friendship']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films']" "asp3573869-marc","stream","","Monsieur Lazhar","","95 minutes","","Nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, Monsieur Lazhar tells the poignant story of a Montreal middle school class shaken by the death of their well-liked teacher. Bachir Lazhar (Fellag), a 55-year-old Algerian immigrant, offers the school his services as a substitute teacher and is quickly hired. As he helps the children heal, he also learns to accept his own painful past. This moving film features exquisite performances by Fellag and a stunning ensemble of child actors.","[u'McCraw, Kim', u'La Cheneli\xe8re, Evelyne de', u'Falardeau, Philippe', u'Dery, Luc']","[u'Algeria']","[u'death', u'language', u'performances', u'class', u'child', u'children']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films']" "asp3573867-marc","stream","","Bride flight","","130 minutes","","Bride Flight is a lavish romantic drama that charts the lives of three women who escape the gloom of post-WWII Holland for what they hope will be a better life in New Zealand. Ada, the shy but sensual farm girl, Marjorie, who dreams of a big family, and Esther, a Holocaust survivor who aspires to be a fashion designer, become fast friends during the long flight taking them to their waiting husbands, who have already settled in Christchurch.","[u'Niens, Hanneke', u'Smit, Anton', u'Sombogaart, Ben']","[u'United States', u'New Zealand', u'Christchurch', u'Ada']","[u'life', u'fashion', u'flight', u'holocaust', u'drama', u'dreams', u'friends', u'hope', u'women']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films']" "asp3573865-marc","stream","","Where do you stand? : stories from an American mill","","61 minutes","","After a quarter century of struggle, mill workers in Kannapolis, North Carolina won the single largest industrial union victory in the history of the South. Like most other industries in the South, Cannon Mills was sharply segregated until the 1960s and employment opportunities for African-Americans were limited to janitorial positions and other maintenance-type tasks outside the mills. As well, municipal services, the newspaper and even the police department were controlled by Charlie Cannon, the same man who owned the town and doled out the jobs. An employee who was arrested for drunken and disorderly conduct might find himself without a job, and a suspected union organizer could count on being run out of town. Cynthia Hanes, a third-generation employee, remembers that her grandfather nearly lost both his job and his home simply for housing his brother, a union leader, during the General Strike of 1934. In this atmosphere of intimidation, Cynthia and others explain, workers tended to submit more or less willingly to sub-standard working conditions, paltry pensions and, at times, outright harassment from company managers. For many of the film's main characters, the degradation experienced by their parents and grandparents was an important catalyst - one that would eventually prompt them to action. Where Do You Stand? Stories From An American Mill is a haunting documentary about the rise and fall of an American town and the epic struggle of the people who live there. In the process it tells the story of dramatic changes in labor and demographics, in the nature of corporations, the rise of multinationals, and changes in the American South in the post-industrial age.","[u'Lescaze, Alexandra']","[u'United States', u'Kannapolis']","[u'industries', u'atmosphere', u'police', u'nature', u'grandparents', u'housing', u'pensions', u'labor', u'american', u'parents', u'struggle', u'home', u'harassment', u'disorderly conduct', u'employment', u'employment opportunities', u'history']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3573863-marc","stream","","The manuscripts of Timbuktu","","52 minutes","","One of the definitions for Timbuktu in the Oxford Dictionary is ""any distant or remote place"". Featuring the knowledgeable commentary by African scholars, rich reenactments, and an original musical score by Vieux Farka Touré, the essential documentary The Manuscripts of Timbuktu critiques this limited view by firmly demonstrating that Timbuktu was once thriving and home to an advanced civilization. It was a leading cultural, economic, scientific and religious center that made a significant and lasting impact on Africa and the entire world. The film successfully documents that Africa had vibrant scholarly institutions and written cultures long before European intervention. It establishes the importance of preserving the thousands of manuscripts from long ago as an exciting and empowering legacy for African scholarship today. Timbuktu was founded in the 11th century as a major city in the Mali Empire and its prominence lasted until the 18th century. During that époque, the area was often called, as it is in the film, (Western) Sudan, not to be confused with the contemporary nation located below Egypt. Timbuktu was a hub for the traders of goods from various locales south of the Sahara to the Mediterranean, as well as the Arab and Muslim worlds. Enslaved persons, salt, gold and other precious metals passed through and many cultures converged there. Religious centers were founded there so that the traveling merchants could practice their faith. These mosques also became sites for the serious study of sacred texts. The relationship between religious institutions and intellectual life mirrored similar developments between the Church and universities in Europe. People learned Arabic to study the Koran and for commerce with Egypt and other lands. To indicate the breadth of connections between Timbuktu and different parts of the medieval world, the 14th century Emperor of the Mali Empire, Kankan Musa had the famous Djingereber Mosque built from the designs of an architect from Moorish Andalusia. This mosque is now designated a World Heritage site as is the Sankoré Mosque. The Sankoré Mosque also laid the groundwork for Sankoré University, which became the most famous university in sub-Saharan Africa. Literacy among men, women and children was high in Timbuktu. Educational institutions generated what became known as the ""Manuscripts of Timbuktu."" Among the Manuscripts were prayer books, writings on Mohammed's moral teachings, texts in many languages (Arabic, Greek, Latin), essays, correspondence, poetry, literature, mathematics, astronomy and other sciences. Emerging out of this milieu of intellectual inquiry was the legendary Ahmed Baba (portrayed by charismatic actor Eriq Ebouaney who played the title role in the feature film, Lumumba) a leading scholar and educator of the 16th and 17th centuries. When Morocco invaded Timbuktu to advance that country's regional hegemony, Baba was among the intellectuals who were arrested for protesting the occupation. He and his family were deported to Morocco and Baba was placed under house arrest. Yet, so great was his knowledge that he impressed the king and locals went to Baba's home to attend classes. When the king's son ascended to the throne, he released Baba and allowed him to return to Timbuktu. Upon his return, however, Baba found a Timbuktu in decline. Was the Moroccan occupation the cause of the decline or was it the shift in commerce after Europe ""discovers"" the Americas? Or both? Previously, Timbuktu was a stopping point in the over land trade, but now much of the trade was being done by sea. Subsequent invasions by Fulanis, the Tuaregs and finally the French, had their deleterious impacts. Over the centuries, the famous Manuscripts survived. It is important to note that most African scholars were not writing in Arabic, but rather used the Arabic alphabet to phonetically spell the Songhai languages. This is why the translation of the Manuscripts is that much more difficult.","[u'Maseko, Zola', u'Brown, David Max']","[u'Sudan', u'Timbuktu', u'Egypt', u'University', u'Mali', u'France', u'United States', u'Morocco', u'Greece']","[u'family', u'egypt', u'intellectual life', u'mosques', u'africa', u'metals', u'trade', u'prayer', u'home', u'children', u'merchants', u'gold', u'religious institutions', u'alphabet', u'writing', u'women', u'european', u'europe', u'life', u'tuaregs', u'invasions', u'african', u'arab', u'moroccan', u'astronomy', u'manuscripts', u'scholars', u'literacy', u'commerce', u'songhai', u'koran', u'morocco', u'mali', u'intellectuals']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3573861-marc","stream","","Lumumba, la mort du prophète","","70 minutes","","Lumumba: la mort du Prophete offers a unique opportunity to reconsider the life and legacy of one of the legendary figures of modern African history. Like Malcolm X, Patrice Lumumba is remembered less for his lasting achievements than as an enduring symbol of the struggle for self-determination. This deeply personal reflection by acclaimed filmmaker Raoul Peck on the events of Lumumba's brief twelve month rise and fall is a moving memorial to a man described as a giant, a prophet, a devil, ""a mystic of freedom,"" and ""the Elvis Presley of African politics."" If Lumumba: la mort du Prophete is a film about remembering, it is even more a film about forgetting. It is not so much a conventional biography as a study of how Lumumba's legacy has been manipulated by politicians, the media and time itself. Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck meditates on his own memories as the privileged son of an agricultural expert working for the regime which displaced Lumumba. He examines home movies, photographs, old newsreels and contemporary interviews with Belgian journalists and Lumumba's own daughter to try to piece together the tragic events and betrayals of 1960. A film essay in the tradition of Night and Fog or The Sorrow and the Pity, Lumumba: la mort du Prophete explores how any image inevitably represses the multiple stories surrounding it, how the past as preserved by the media is always in a sense the hostage of history's winners. Therefore present-day Europe figures as prominently in Lumumba as the Congo in 1960, because Europe was the unseen hand behind the camera and the events leading to Lumumba's assassination. Peck presents an unfamiliar Europe seen through the eyes of a visitor from the Third World - cold, affluent, a guilty present trying to forget its past. Yet, as this film testifies, Lumumba's prophecy will not be silenced until Africa achieves its second independence where the promises of the first can be fulfilled.","[u'Honegger, Andreas', u'Lumumba, Patrice', u'Hoffer, Frank', u'Peck, Raoul']","[u'Belgium', u'Haiti']","[u'europe', u'essay', u'life', u'journalists', u'african', u'memories', u'interviews', u'modern', u'africa', u'newsreels', u'hand', u'struggle', u'time', u'home', u'filmmaker', u'opportunity', u'haitian', u'biography', u'independence']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films', u'Biographical films']" "asp3573859-marc","stream","","Homegoings","","57 minutes","","Through the eyes of funeral director Isaiah Owens, the beauty and grace of African American funerals are brought to life. Filmed at the Owens Funeral Home in Harlem and the rural South, director Christine Turner's Homegoings takes an up-close look at the rarely seen world of undertaking in the black community, where funeral rites draw on a rich palette of tradition, history and celebration. It reveals the special status of undertakers in the community; borne out of their permanence, their economic stability, and the necessities of the segregation period. Combining cinéma vérité with intimate interviews and archival photographs, featuring an evocative score by Daniel Roumain, the film paints a portrait of the dearly departed, their grieving families and a man who sends loved ones ""home."" African American funeral traditions developed over many decades under the restrictions of slavery and segregation. They encompass the retention of certain West African belief systems and represent a desire to bid a dignified farewell to loved ones. Funerals take on a special meaning, for while death is a time of loss and grief, it is also a time for celebrating the lives of the departed as their spirit goes on to eternal life in the Christian tradition or, ""joins the ancestors"". Death, then could be interpreted as a form of release from oppression and pain.Undertakers came to occupy a special position in African American communities as the organizers of these important ceremonies. Their funeral homes, often family run businesses with a loyal clientele, became rare, economically independent institutions of means in the segregated South. They frequently became a lifeline for the community. In Homegoings, Isaiah Owens recounts from his childhood in rural South Carolina that, ""Whenever somebody got sick, they would call Mr. Bird at the funeral home, and then he would ride out in the country to tell my mother, ""Such and such one is real sick in Philadelphia, and your sister called."" Owens, is well-known, highly respected and appreciated for his funeral business in the Harlem community. He also has a funeral home in his South Carolina home town partly staffed by his still vibrant nonagenarian mother. As those closest to him in his family acknowledge, Owens was ""called"" to do this work. It is more than a business to him but a craft to which he is dedicated. He understands very well the needs of his clients as illustrated by his very detailed meeting with a jovial woman purchasing a pre-planned funeral, how he counsels a family on having a multicultural funeral and how he commiserates with a grandson faced with planning a double funeral for his grandparents. Homegoings examines how the traditions are being forced to adapt to our lean economic times, as families opt for cremation, instead of the more costly burials and as smaller ""Mom and Pop"" funeral homes close. Homegoings will resonate with those familiar with the traditions as well as move and inform the uninitiated who want to understand how specific cultures deal with death and mourning. It will be a compelling resource for classes in African American Studies, Psychology, Anthropology, Sociology, Social Work, and the health professions.Homegoings is a co-production of Peralta Pictures Inc; American Documentary | POV and the Diverse Voices Project; and Independent Television Service (ITVS), with funding provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).","[u'Turner, Christine', u'Owens, Isaiah']","[u'United States', u'Uzbekistan', u'Philadelphia', u'Pop']","[u'family', u'planning', u'west african', u'home', u'funeral homes', u'death', u'beauty', u'interviews', u'health', u'sick', u'life', u'families', u'business', u'public broadcasting', u'oppression', u'african', u'segregation', u'communities', u'african american', u'funerals', u'desire', u'loss', u'television', u'cin\xe3\xa9ma v\xe3\xa9rit\xe3\xa9', u'slavery', u'american', u'broadcasting', u'time', u'childhood', u'history']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3573857-marc","stream","","Faces of the enemy","","58 minutes","","As relevant today as when it was first released, Faces of the Enemy follows social psychologist Sam Keen as he unmasks how individuals and nations dehumanize their enemies to justify the inhumanity of war. Using archival news footage, public service announcements, and editorial cartoons, Keen unveils the same frightening pattern in conflict after conflict - World War II, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, Islamic and Christian Fundamentalism - and prefigures the current War on Terrorism. First we identify ourselves as victims. Then we blame, demonize and finally dehumanize our adversaries, rationalizing our murder of other human beings. Faces of the Enemy contends that before a drop of blood is spilled we must 'think each other to death.' It is a story replayed on the nightly news, in Islamic Fundamentalists' characterization of the West as the 'Great Satan' and our own stereotyping of Muslims as terrorists. In a revealing examination of the images and iconography of war Keen interviews the nation's leading editorial cartoonists. They discuss how they use an almost universal language of stereotypes and prejudices to tap into readers' most visceral emotions. In a chilling example of the psychological roots of enmity, we meet David Rice, an unemployed welder now an inmate on Death Row. Influenced by far-right propaganda, Rice decided communism was responsible for his personal problems. He bludgeoned to death a family of four whom he (mistakenly) thought were communists. He remains without remorse regarding them as 'collateral damage' in a war against the Evil Empire. The Christian Fundamentalist leaders who inspired Rice are only too happy to explain that they are in a holy war against communists and any non-believers. By contrast, William Broyles, a Vietnam veteran and author, returned after the war to personalize the individuals who had been his enemies to humanize the abstractions. He explains how racist terms and images can be used to turn human beings into monsters. These epithets and images extend the circumstances of war into terrible brutality. But he also explains how we can move beyond these dehumanizing thoughts and seek out the humanity of others. Psychologists Robert Lifton and Steven Kull explain how war and artificial enemies provide people with the moral and mental certainties they crave, giving them a sense of purpose in a sometimes-ambiguous world. Mythologist Joseph Campbell, providing a note of hope, suggests that underneath the mask of the enemy we ultimately recognize ourselves. This, Campbell further contends, may be the origin of compassion, brotherhood and altruism, in other words the inverse of war. California Newsreel is proud to re-release this important film for the first time on video with special commentary by Bill Jersey and Sam Keen. Particularly relevant is a complimentary supplement (available only on DVD to those purchasing an institutional version), illuminating complexities in the media and military worlds of today's conflicts in the Middle East. Also available on videocassette, this is a film whose urgent message needs to be heard now more than ever.","[u'Keen, Sam', u'Friedman, Jeffrey', u'Jersey, Bill']","[u'United States', u'Campbell', u'Vietnam', u'Jersey']","[u'tap', u'family', u'fundamentalism', u'cold', u'enemies', u'communists', u'communism', u'interviews', u'vietnam', u'remorse', u'human beings', u'rice', u'war', u'murder', u'unemployed', u'prejudices', u'psychologist', u'death', u'blood', u'evil', u'world war', u'stereotypes', u'psychologists', u'language', u'muslims', u'time', u'military']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3573855-marc","stream","","Collision course","","48 minutes","","Collision Course traces the dramatic rise and fall of workplace cooperation at Eastern Airlines. In so doing, the film uncovers the deep-seated assumptions which underlie our culture of industrial relations and prevent us from breaking out of our industrial impasse. Collision Course begins in 1983 with Eastern hurtling towards bankruptcy, beset by years of labor-management hostility, high wage cuts, and a poor service record. An informative history traces this adversarial relationship back to the dawn of the wage system and the rise of scientific management. When Eastern once again demanded wage cuts, the machinist union responded with a bold counter-proposal reconceiving the traditional ""wage bargain"" by giving workers both a 25% ownership stake and an unprecedented say in the company. It was the most profound change in labor-management relations in any major American Company. The results were stunning. Autonomous work teams took over the shop floor. Wage increases were tied to productivity improvements. Encouraged to use their brains, newly motivated ""cost teams"" invented ways to save the airline {dollar}100 million. Yet when competitive pressures re-emerged, the innovative agreement was pulled apart by the very people who put it together. In 1986, Eastern was sold to Frank Lorenzo's notoriously anti-union Texas Air and soon thereafter went down in flames. Eastern's rise and fall provides a vital case study of the do's, don'ts, and maybe's of workplace cooperation.","[u'Gibney, Alex', u'Eastern Air Lines']","","[u'poor', u'industrial relations', u'work', u'back', u'air', u'culture', u'american', u'cooperation', u'change', u'history']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3573853-marc","stream","","Clockwork","","25 minutes","","One hundred years ago American management faced many of the problems it confronts today - poor productivity, rapid technological change, and heightened competition. Clockwork shows how Frederick Taylor and his followers attempted to meet these challenges through ""scientific management,"" a radical program to organize every aspect of production under a regime of quantitative measures and systematic planning. Clockwork is the only film on Taylor's work and its continuing influence on the modern workplace. The film includes original historical footage which Taylor and his contemporaries, the Gilbreths, shot for the pioneering time-motion studies which paved the way for the modern automated assembly line and unskilled factory worker. Clockwork shows how even the latest computer assisted design and manufacturing systems unwittingly incorporate Taylor's theories of production management. Today, many organizational theorists argue we must urgently challenge Taylor's legacy if America is to develop the participative workplace needed for the high value-added production of today's global economy.","[u'Breitbart, Eric', u'Taylor, Frederick Winslow']","[u'United States', u'Taylor']","[u'poor', u'management', u'work', u'modern', u'american', u'design']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3573851-marc","stream","","Daniel K. Inouye : an American story","","57 minutes","","A one-hour documentary about the life and times of U.S. Senator, Daniel Inouye. It is not only a biography of the influential Senator, but it is also the story of a generation that molded Hawai'i in the second half of the 20th century.","[u'Giugni, Heather Haunani', u'Inouye, Daniel K.']","[u'United States']","[u'life', u'american', u'biography']","[u'Biographical films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3573849-marc","stream","","Damiana Kryygi","","93 minutes","","Paraguay, 1986. A 3-year old Ache girl is captured after the massacre of a group of indigenous people in the jungle. 100 years later her remains are found in Argentina and Germany and returned to the Aché in 2012. The film tries to restore a history and a name to the small captive who died of tuberculosis at the age of 14, in a mental institution.","[u'Fern\xc3\xa1ndez Mouj\xc3\xa1n, Alejandro', u'Ju\xc3\xa1rez Allen, Gema']","[u'Paraguay', u'United States', u'Argentina', u'Germany', u'Allen']","[u'argentina', u'germany', u'age', u'tuberculosis', u'history']","[u'Nonfiction films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3573621-marc","stream","","Hawai'i cradled in myth","","32 minutes","","A 30-minute video presenting the performance of Kumu Hula Mark Kealiʻi Hoʻomalu. Na Mele Hula ʻOhana ""Hoʻike ʻ98"" in San Francisco, CA, 1998. This is a 1998 dance performance with ancient hula and meles (Hawaiian chants) performed in Hawaiian by respected dance halau (Hawaiian dance troop).","[u'Ho\xca\xbbomalu, Mark Keali\xca\xbbi']","[u'Ghana', u'United States', u'Ho', u'San Francisco']","[u'dance', u'performance']","[u'Documentary films', u'Filmed performances']" "asp3573619-marc","stream","","Reflections of Lana'i","","56 minutes","","Fifty six minute program about the history of the island of Lana'i told from the perspective of local residents. Featuring three generations of Native Hawaiian, Japanese, and Filipino families. Using archival film footage, photographs, and oral histories, the history, myths and recent concerns of the residents of the island of Lana'i unfold.","[u'Giugni, Heather Haunani', u'Figueroa, Esther']","[u'Japan', u'Philippines']","[u'filipino', u'perspective', u'generations', u'history']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3573617-marc","stream","","Ho'ala awakening (Hawai'I sovereignty)","","17 minutes","","A 17 minutes capsulated history of the Hawaiian people from pre-PaÊ»ao to the overthrow of Queen LiliÊ»uokalani establishing the motivation and need for the struggle for Hawaiian rights.","[u'McGregor, Lurline Wailana', u'Giugni, Heather Haunani']","[u'Ghana', u'Ho']","[u'struggle', u'history']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3573615-marc","stream","","Art of community","","31 minutes","","A half-hour program about a group of communication artists from the Caribbean, the Pacific and Southern United States who came together at the Rockefeller Center in Bellagio, Italy, and collaborated on a performance piece about building a sustainable community through communication arts.","[u'Figueroa, Esther']","[u'Italy']","[u'performance', u'communication', u'building', u'united states', u'artists']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3573611-marc","stream","","Fausto también","","69 minutes","","The decision of an autistic young man to be admitted into college poses great challenges to the educational community of Argentina. Fausto takes the admission course accompanied by his therapists, family and teachers, who seek the best way to integrate him, in a process full of obstacles.","[u'Repetto, Juan Manuel']","[u'Argentina']","[u'family']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3573575-marc","stream","","First dance","","95 minutes","","Sun-min and Lauren are a lesbian couple from Boston, USA. They decide to get married in June 2012. They hold their wedding on a beach in Provincetown, a vacation town that is well known for its queer culture, surrounded by friends and family who love them. Lauren and Sun-min talk about marriage, issues with coming out, love and the support they have, and their future together as a normal family.","[u'Jeong, So-hee']","[u'United States', u'Boston', u'Tanzania', u'Same']","[u'dance', u'friends', u'love', u'lesbian', u'family']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3573551-marc","stream","","The second shepherds' play","","46 minutes","","The Second Shepherds' Play was written in the fifteenth century by a playwright known to scholars today as the Wakefield Master. The comic-drama focuses on Col, the nominal leader of three shepherds and their encounter with Mak, the local thief. In the middle of the night, Mak casts a spell over the three and makes off with a lamb. Arriving home, Mak's wife Gil disguises the lamb as a baby, so that when the shepherds come knocking, they are at first fooled before discovering the deception. Exacting their revenge, they retrieve their sheep to return to the flock. That night they are visited by an angel who allows these shepherds to travel back in time to witness the birth of Christ and give him presents, making the journey from the profane dark comedy of the beginning to the sublime divine of a miracle play.","[u'Jesus Christ', u'Estes, Heide', u'Wakefield Master', u'Morse, Douglas']","[u'United States', u'Heide', u'Germany', u'Douglas']","[u'sheep', u'shepherds', u'play', u'travel', u'back', u'birth', u'time', u'comedy', u'beginning', u'scholars']","[u'Fiction films', u'Feature films', u'Film adaptations', u'Mystery and miracle plays']" "asp3573547-marc","stream","","Detroit unleaded","","92 minutes","","A fresh take on boy-meets-girl comedy set in Detroit. Sami (E.J. Assi) runs his immigrant family's gas station with his cousin Mike (Mike Batayeh, ""Breaking Bad""), a charismatic hustler with dreams of expanding into an unleaded empire. More than just a pit stop for late-night gas and rolling papers, their station is where a steady stream of unforgettable and often hilarious customers flow through. When a gorgeous ""up-do girl"" named Najlah (Nada Shouhayib) comes to deliver cheap long-distance phone cards, Sami quickly falls for her from behind the bulletproof glass. Afraid her overprotective brother Fadi (Steven Soro) will disapprove, Najlah begins an under-the-counter romance with Sami, making his shift anything but routine. ​​Made and cast in Detroit, the film stars first-time feature actors EJ Assi and Nada Shouhayib, along with Actor/Comedian Mike Batayeh (Breaking Bad, You Don't Mess with the Zohan), Mary Assel, Steven Soro, and Lebanese film and television Star Akram El-Ahmar.","[u'Nashef, Rola', u'Toomey, Leon']","[u'United States', u'Lebanon', u'Detroit']","[u'lebanese', u'television', u'gas', u'actors', u'stars', u'comedy', u'dreams']","[u'Feature films', u'Romance films']" "asp3573162-marc","stream","","Reinventing Cuba","","54 minutes","","In Cuba, more than 50-years of isolation & restrictions have created a society where people have learned to be creative & inventive and adapt to the lack of goods & restrictions. In this film we meet some of these creative & inventive people and gain an amazing insight into how they have overcome many hardships. Cuba is a world leader in affordable health care and many of their medical inventions have been adopted worldwide. We meet the doctors, the inventors of vaccines & the recipients of free health care. Despite the lack of materials, their artists and designers are finding ways of creating amazing new stuff and gaining international recognition. We meet some of these artists and tap into their eternal optimism. With little access to the internet, clandestine publications have been created to let the population know about the latest news, music and movies – all distributed on hard-drives around the island nation. We meet the man who created ""The Package"" – the weekly ""underground publication"" that informs most Cubans of the latest news. And despite turning out some of the best baseball players in the world, from a young age Cubans are unable to play with a real baseball as they either can't afford one or it's not available. We meet the little leaguers and a teenager on the verge of stardom. Despite all of these issues, Cuba is changing, opening, reinventing itself.","[u'White, Scott Ryan']","[u'Cuba']","[u'cubans', u'play', u'designers', u'baseball', u'insight', u'age', u'artists', u'baseball players', u'vaccines', u'tap', u'health care', u'health', u'inventions', u'society', u'music', u'cuba', u'population', u'inventors']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572839-marc","stream","","Mission Pluto","","44 minutes","","Meet the elite team of space scientists at mission control and learn the incredible odds behind New Horizons' historic voyage to Pluto.","[u'Silva, Jason', u'Young, Nic', u'New Horizons (Spacecraft)']","[u'Young', u'Uruguay']","[u'space', u'scientists']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3572837-marc","stream","","Mars. Crossroads","","46 minutes","[u'Mars']","In 2037, a devastating tragedy in the colony forces everyone to question the mission. In the present, SpaceX attempts another pioneering launch.","[u'Gout, Everardo Valerio', u'SpaceX (Firm)', u'Mason, Ben Young', u'Brown, Emelia']","[u'United States', u'Mason']","[u'tragedy']","[u'Documentary-style television programs', u'Science fiction television programs', u'Action and adventure television programs']" "asp3572835-marc","stream","","Mars. Darkest days","","46 minutes","[u'Mars']","In 2037, psychological pressure takes its toll as the crew is trapped in the habitat. In reality, scientists study the effects of extreme isolation.","[u'Gout, Everardo Valerio', u'Mason, Ben Young', u'Arvidson, Taimi']","[u'United States', u'Mason']","[u'pressure', u'scientists']","[u'Documentary-style television programs', u'Science fiction television programs', u'Action and adventure television programs']" "asp3572833-marc","stream","","Mars. Power","","46 minutes","[u'Mars']","In 2037, four years after Mars colonization, a storm threatens the outpost. In reality, Antarctica serves as a site for a simulated human settlement.","[u'Gout, Everardo Valerio', u'Mason, Ben Young', u'Arvidson, Taimi']","[u'United States', u'Antarctica', u'Mason']","[u'antarctica']","[u'Documentary-style television programs', u'Science fiction television programs', u'Action and adventure television programs']" "asp3572831-marc","stream","","Mars. Pressure drop","","46 minutes","[u'Mars']","In 2033, the Daedalus crew struggles to find permanent shelter. Currently, the European Space Agency and Roscosmos partner to launch an orbiter.","[u'Gout, Everardo Valerio', u'Mason, Ben Young', u'Arvidson, Taimi']","[u'United States', u'Mason']","[u'pressure', u'european', u'space']","[u'Documentary-style television programs', u'Science fiction television programs', u'Action and adventure television programs']" "asp3572829-marc","stream","","Mars. Grounded","","46 minutes","[u'Mars']","The Daedalus crew battles harsh Martian terrain to reach base camp. NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly undergoes a mission on the International Space Station.","[u'Gout, Everardo Valerio', u'International Space Station', u'Mason, Ben Young']","[u'United States', u'Mason']","[u'terrain', u'battles', u'space']","[u'Documentary-style television programs', u'Science fiction television programs', u'Action and adventure television programs']" "asp3572827-marc","stream","","Mars. Novo mundo","","46 minutes","[u'Mars']","In 2033, the first human mission to Mars enters its atmosphere, while currently, SpaceX attempts to land the world's first reusable rocket.","[u'Gout, Everardo Valerio', u'Mason, Ben Young']","[u'United States', u'Mason']","[u'flight']","[u'Documentary-style television programs', u'Science fiction television programs', u'Action and adventure television programs']" "asp3572825-marc","stream","","Genius by Stephen Hawking. Can we time travel?","","44 minutes","[u'Genius by Stephen Hawking']","Professor Stephen Hawking is going to help you think like a genius, reveal your true potential and change what you know about time travel.","[u'Hawking, Stephen', u'Ismailpour, Faran', u'Sayers, Jane']","","[u'genius', u'change', u'time']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3572823-marc","stream","","Genius by Stephen Hawking. Where did the universe come from?","","44 minutes","[u'Genius by Stephen Hawking']","Professor Stephen Hawking is going to help you think like a genius, reveal your true potential and explore the origins of the universe.","[u'Hawking, Stephen', u'Woods, Pete', u'Sayers, Jane']","","[u'universe', u'genius']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3572821-marc","stream","","Genius by Stephen Hawking. Why are we here?","","44 minutes","[u'Genius by Stephen Hawking']","Professor Stephen Hawking is going to help you think like a genius, reveal your true potential and explore the meaning of life.","[u'Hawking, Stephen', u'Riddick, Iain', u'Sayers, Jane']","","[u'genius']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3572819-marc","stream","","Genius by Stephen Hawking. Are we alone?","","44 minutes","[u'Genius by Stephen Hawking']","Professor Stephen Hawking is going to help you think like a genius, decipher the vast and complex nature of the universe, and discover the origin of the cosmos.","[u'Hawking, Stephen', u'Ridout, Lucie', u'Riddick, Iain', u'Sayers, Jane']","","[u'genius', u'nature']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3572817-marc","stream","","Genius by Stephen Hawking. What am I?","","44 minutes","[u'Genius by Stephen Hawking']","Professor Stephen Hawking is going to help you think like a genius, reveal your true potential and answer some big questions about the nature of life itself.","[u'Hawking, Stephen', u'Ridout, Lucie', u'Bowie, Ben', u'Sayers, Jane']","[u'United States', u'Bowie']","[u'genius', u'life', u'nature']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3572815-marc","stream","","Genius by Stephen Hawking. Where are we?","","44 minutes","[u'Genius by Stephen Hawking']","Professor Stephen Hawking is going to help you think like a genius, reveal your true potential and answer some big questions about the world around us.","[u'Hawking, Stephen', u'Ridout, Lucie', u'Bowie, Ben', u'Sayers, Jane']","[u'United States', u'Bowie']","[u'genius']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3572813-marc","stream","","Gender revolution : a journey with Katie Couric","","92 minutes","","Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric. Katie Couric sets out to explore the rapidly evolving complexities of gender identity.","[u'Bina, Emily', u'Couric, Katie']","","[u'gender', u'revolution']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3572811-marc","stream","","Before the flood","","96 minutes","","Follow Leonardo DiCaprio as he travels around the globe to witness first hand the devastating effects of climate change and what can be done to solve the climate crisis.","[u'Stevens, Fisher', u'DiCaprio, Leonardo']","","[u'climate change', u'climate', u'leonardo', u'change', u'hand']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3572809-marc","stream","","Fluid boundaries","","88 minutes","","Three filmmakers from Singapore, Indonesia and Korea corresponded with each other with video letters. They observe and document commonalities of various people whose lives are affected by borders.","[u'Todorovic, Vladimir', u'Mun, Jeong-hyun', u'Haryanto, Daniel Rudi']","[u'Indonesia', u'Russia', u'Vladimir', u'Singapore']","[u'boundaries', u'indonesia']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3572785-marc","stream","","G-Dog","","93 minutes","","G-Dog is a story about second changes - about the charismatic visionary Greg Boyle, a Jesuit priest who rescues kids from gangs by launching the nation's largest, most successful gang intervention and rehab program, Homeboy Industries, now aninternational model. The film tells teh entertaining, often hilarious story of how Father Boyle, called G-Dog by homies, became a gang expert using a powerful idea: ""Nothing Stops a Bullet Like a Job."" By providing job training, tattoo removal, counseling, yoga, fatherhood and substance abuse classes - all free, Homebody in Los Angeles has a 70% success rate at saving kids at risk from gang life, rescuing thousands of former gang members. It's the one place in the 'hood that turns live around and builds a productive future for young men and women. It's a place of hope and kinship, a community where Father Boyle says, ""no matter what, thte day won't ever come where I withdraw or withhold, or cut you off ... that day won't ever come.""","[u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Boyle, Greg']","[u'United States', u'Los Angeles']","[u'work', u'risk', u'success', u'men', u'father', u'substance abuse', u'american', u'abuse', u'fatherhood', u'young men', u'intervention', u'rescues', u'hope', u'gangs']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3572783-marc","stream","","Sing China!","","71 minutes","","Sing China!, a sequel to the Oscar-nomiated film Sing!, tells the moving often funny story of how children can be a force in diplomacy as they build bridges between China and the United States through the power of music.","[u'Mock, Freida Lee', u""Los Angeles Children's Chorus""]","[u'United States', u'China']","[u'united states', u'bridges', u'china', u'children', u'diplomacy']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572388-marc","stream","","To be a musician. To be a composer","","25 minutes","[u'To be a musician']","""To Be A Musician"" is a series of 3 films made in 1970 for High School and Junior High Education. They are portraits of the artists 42 years ago as they were just starting out on their careers. ""To Be a Composer"" portraits composer Lalo Schifrin.","[u'Sanders, Terry', u'Schifrin, Lalo']","","[u'portraits', u'series', u'high school', u'films', u'artists']","[u'Short films', u'Biographical films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572386-marc","stream","","Copland portrait","","29 minutes","","Aaron Copland is considered by many to be America's premier composer. His musical works range from ballet and orchestra to choral music and movie scores. ""Copland Portrait"" is a rare intimate portrait of a man and his music. Filmed at Copland's home in Peekskill, N.Y., at Tanglewood, and in Washington D.C., this award winning film is a must for all lovers of American classical music.","[u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry', u'Copland, Aaron']","[u'United States', u'Peekskill']","[u'ballet', u'choral music', u'orchestra', u'american', u'music', u'home']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572384-marc","stream","","To be a musician. To be a conductor","","26 minutes","[u'To be a musician']","""To Be A Musician"" is a series of 3 films made in 1970 for High School and Junior High Education. They are portraits of the artists 42 years ago as they were just starting out on their careers. ""To Be a Conductor"" portraits conductor Michael Tilson Thomas.","[u'Tilson Thomas, Michael', u'Sanders, Terry']","","[u'portraits', u'series', u'high school', u'films', u'artists']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572380-marc","stream","","To be a musician. To be a performer","","26 minutes","[u'To be a musician']","""To Be A Musician"" is a series of 3 films made in 1970 for High School and Junior High Education. They are portraits of the artists 42 years ago as they were just starting out on their careers. ""To Be a Performer"" has a rare and great 6 minute sequence with famed cellist Gregor Piatigorski teaching his Master Class at USC. ""To Be a Performer"" portraits cellist Jeffrey Solow.","[u'Sanders, Terry', u'Solow, Jeffrey']","","[u'series', u'artists', u'high school', u'portraits', u'films', u'teaching', u'class']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572378-marc","stream","","A time out of war","","22 minutes","","Oscar-winning dramatic short film based on the Robert W. Chambers story, ""Pickets."" It is about Civil War soldiers on two sides of a river who decide to call a cease-fire for a few hours -- creating a ""time out of war."" ""A Time Out of War"" named to National Film Registry. A Time Out of War, the Oscar-winning Civil War short story film produced by Denis and Terry Sanders in 1954, was among 25 films named, December 27, 2006, to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. Congress created the Registry in 1989 to preserve films of ""cultural, historical and artistic significance."" The List now numbers 450.","[u'Sanders, Denis', u'Sanders, Terry']","[u'United States']","[u'films', u'soldiers', u'war', u'civil war', u'time']","[u'Short films', u'Historical films']" "asp3572376-marc","stream","","Never give up : the 20th century odyssey of Herbert Zipper","","40 minutes","","The extraordinary story of Vienna born musician and conductor Herbert Zipper who survived Dachau, Buchenwald, and a Japanese concentration camp to become one of the great music educators of the world, continuing at 92 to bring music to the inner city schools of America. In Dachau, Zipper organized secret concerts using makeshift instruments. He learned the lesson that music and the arts are essential to the very existence of life. For the last half of the 20th century, Zipper has pioneered in bringing professional orchestras into America's inner city schools.","[u'Zipper, Herbert', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry']","[u'United States', u'Japan', u'Germany', u'Dachau', u'Vienna']","[u'arts', u'concentration camp', u'educators', u'japanese', u'music', u'schools', u'concerts']","[u'Biographical films', u'Documentary films', u'Feature films']" "asp3572374-marc","stream","","Rose Kennedy : a life to remember","","20 minutes","","A moving portrait chronicling the life, the times, the joys and sorrows of Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. The film honors her work in the field of mental retardation.","[u'Kennedy, Rose Fitzgerald', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Kennedy, Edward M', u'Sanders, Terry']","","[u'life', u'work']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3572372-marc","stream","","Word into image. Eleanor Perry Screenwriter ","","28 minutes","[u'Word into image']","Eleanor Perry represents one of the most outspoken and articulate screenwriters of her time. Her work reflects a range of serious contemporary themes, but she is most noted for dealing with the issues of human disintegration and mental illness. Eleanor Perry selected filmography: David and Lisa, Ladybug, Ladybug, The Swimmer, Last Summer, Diary of a Mad Housewife.","[u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry', u'Perry, Eleanor']","[u'Panama', u'David']","[u'work', u'screenwriters']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3572370-marc","stream","","Word into image. Carl Foreman Screenwriter ","","28 minutes","[u'Word into image']","Carl Foreman, known internationally as a filmmaker, is primarily a screenwriter. His screenplays concern the struggle of the individual against the often hostile pressures of the environment. In this film, Foreman speaks candidly about being blacklisted in Hollywood for being an ""uncooperative"" witness before the House Un-American Activities Committee. Carl Foreman selected filmography: High Noon, The Guns of Navaronne, The Men, The Victors, Champion, Young Winston.","[u'Foreman, Carl', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry']","[u'United States', u'Hollywood']","[u'struggle']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3572368-marc","stream","","Word into image. Paul Mazursky Screenwriter ","","28 minutes","[u'Word into image']","Paul Mazursky has established himself as one of the most important and perceptive filmmakers in America. Mazursky has an ability to elicit memorable, resonant characterizations from actors in both his writing and his directing. Paul Mazursky selected filmography: An Unmarried Woman, Blume in Love, Harry and Tonto (with Josh Greenfeld), Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice (with Larry Tucker).","[u'Mazursky, Paul', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry']","[u'United States', u'Carol', u'Alice']","[u'actors', u'ability', u'writing']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3572366-marc","stream","","Word into image. Robert Towne Screenwriter ","","28 minutes","[u'Word into image']","In creating a character, Robert Towne says, ""You must ask what it is he or she is really afraid of. It's my best way of getting into a character."" Towne thinks the writer has more control over his art than the director. ""When I write,"" he says, ""the only limits are my imagination and my ability to do it."" Robert Towne selected filmography: Chinatown, Personal Best, The Last Detail, Shampoo.","[u'Towne, Robert', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry']","","[u'imagination', u'art', u'ability']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3572364-marc","stream","","Word into image. Neil Simon Screenwriter ","","28 minutes","[u'Word into image']","Humor at its best is only a twist away from tragedy, and it is along that boundary that Neil Simon, the most successful writer of comedy for stage and screen today, works. He believes that the best humor arises in careful observation of credible, recognizable characters. Neil Simon Selected filmography: The Odd Couple, The Goodbye Girl, The Sunshine Boys, Chapter Two, Plaza Suite, The Out of Towners, Barefoot in the Park.","[u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Simon, Neil', u'Sanders, Terry']","[u'United States']","[u'sunshine', u'comedy']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3572362-marc","stream","","Word into image. William Goldman Screenwriter","","28 minutes","[u'Word into image']","Because he is a writer and not a director or actor, many people outside the movie industry do not know the name William Goldman. But to those within the industry, he is ""the most observant, knowledgeable and intuitive screenwriter in the business."" Not only has he written some of the most memorable and loved screenplays to date (such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid), but his numerous books on the screen trade have offered a passionate and brutally honest view of the motion picture industry. William Goldman Selected Filmography: Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, Harper, All the President's Men, Marathon Man, A Bridge Too Far.","[u'Goldman, William', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry']","","[u'motion', u'industry', u'books', u'trade']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films', u'Filmed interviews']" "asp3572360-marc","stream","","Into the future : on the preservation of knowledge in the electronic age","","57 minutes","","Into the Future explores the hidden crisis of the digital information age. Will digitally stored information and knowledge survive into the future? Will humans twenty, fifty, one hundred years from now have access to the electronically recorded history of our time? A sequel to the award-winning Slow Fires: On the Preservation of the Human Record, it features such icons of the Information Age as Peter Norton (Norton Utilities) and Tim Berners-Lee (father of the World Wide Web).","[u'Sanders, Terry']","","[u'age', u'icons', u'recorded history', u'history']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572358-marc","stream","","Slow fires : on the preservation of the human record","","57 minutes","","This award-winning documentary tells the unforgettable story of the deterioration and destruction of our world's intellectual heritage and the global crisis in preserving library materials. Sponsored by the Council on Library and Information Resources. Millions of pages of paper in books, photographs, drawings, and maps are disintegrating and turning to dust. This remarkable film provides a comprehensive assessment of the worldwide situation, demonstrates methods of restoration and preservation and suggests ways to prevent new documents from facing ultimate destruction.","[u'Maddow, Ben', u'Sanders, Terry']","","[u'maps', u'fires', u'paper']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572356-marc","stream","","Fighting for life","","89 minutes","","Fighting for Life is a powerful, sobering and emotional feature documentary portrait of American military medicine interweaving three stories: Fighting for Life. Military doctors, nurses and medics, working with skill, compassion and dedication amidst the vortex of the Iraq War. Wounded soldiers and marines reacting with courage, dignity and determination to survive and to heal. Students at USU, the ""West Point"" of military medicine, on their journey toward becoming career military physicians. The film follows 21 year-old Army Specialist Crystal Davis, from Iraq to Germany to Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC, as she fights to recover and ""bounce back"" from the loss of a leg. The filmmakers had extraordinary access to combat support hospitals in Iraq, medevac flights with wounded soldiers, and military hospitals in Germany and the United States.","[u'United States', u'Sanders, Terry']","[u'United States', u'Iraq', u'Germany']","[u'loss', u'life', u'combat', u'army', u'students', u'american', u'compassion', u'nurses', u'germany', u'military', u'medicine', u'soldiers', u'marines', u'iraq', u'hospitals', u'military hospitals']","[u'War films', u'Documentary films', u'Feature films']" "asp3572354-marc","stream","","Anita : speaking truth to power","","77 minutes","","An entire country watched as a poised, beautiful African-American woman sat before a Senate committee of 14 white men and with a clear, unwavering voice recounted the repeated acts of sexual harassment she had endured while working with U.S. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas. Anita Hill's graphic testimony was a turning point for gender equality in the U.S. and ignited a political firestorm about sexual harassment and power in the workplace that resonated still today. Against a backdrop of sex, politics, and race, Anita: Speaking Truth to Power reveals the story of a woman who has empowered millions to stand up for equality and justice.","[u'Hill, Anita', u'Mock, Freida Lee']","","[u'equality', u'gender', u'men', u'supreme court', u'sexual harassment', u'american', u'truth', u'harassment', u'voice', u'women']","[u'Biographical films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572352-marc","stream","","Lt. Watada : a matter of conscience","","62 minutes","","Lt. Watada tells a David and Goliath story about a young army officer willing to face court-martial and eight years in prison rather than be a party to war crimes. Lt. Watada is the first military officer to refuse to deploy to Iraq and to speak out that the war is illegal and a violation of his oath to the Constitution. The film is a cliffhanger as it dramatizes what it means for a lone soldier to publicly challenge Presidential war policy in order to fulfill his duty as an officer, to follow the rule of law and to honor his Oath.","[u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Watada, Ehren', u'Sheen, Martin']","[u'Panama', u'Iraq', u'Slovakia', u'Martin', u'David']","[u'law', u'face', u'army', u'rule of law', u'honor', u'prison', u'military', u'iraq', u'war']","[u'Biographical films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572350-marc","stream","","Wrestling with angels : playwright Tony Kushner","","99 minutes","","David Ansen (Newsweek) praises Kushner's ""humor, ambition, vision and dazzling braininess"" and David Courier (Sundance Festival) writes ""one of our greatest living playwrights, Pulitzer and Tony Award winner Tony Kushner (Angels in America, Caroline, or Change, Munich) is a consummate artist and indomitable political activist committed to equality and social justice ... watching Marcia Gay Harden as Laura Bush in a scene from Kushner's new play is worth the price of admission ... hearing Meryl Streep read a prayer that Kushner wrote asking - no, demanding God to cure AIDS will tear your heart out."" In the film, Tony Kushner takes us from his childhood home in small-town Louisiana to his development as a writer, politically active gay man, and endlessly quotable globe-trotting force for a more literate and compassionate universe. Featuring Meryl Streep, Marcia Gay Harden, Tonya Pinkins, Maurice Sendak, George C. Wolfe, Oskar Eustis, Frank Rich and others.","[u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Kushner, Tony']","[u'United States', u'Germany', u'Munich']","[u'heart', u'play', u'equality', u'aids', u'justice', u'god', u'artist', u'social justice', u'hearing', u'prayer', u'home', u'childhood', u'vision']","[u'Feature films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572348-marc","stream","Ash, Peter,composer","Sing opera! : the opera ""Keepers of the night""","","94 minutes","","Keepers of the Night, an original family opera that had its world premiere in Los Angeles in 2007, follows the adventures of four children who camp out on the edge of a forest on Midsummer's Night. As darkness falls, they come under the magical spell of the moon Selene, who seeks revenge on her former lover, Ozalid the owl. Ozalid presides over the forest creatures' annual song contest, in which the clash between democracy and aristocracy, nature and city, and group and individual all interplay. As this whimsical story of mistaken identity and vocal showmanship unfolds, the notions of ""winning"" and ""losing"" are held up to gentle comic scrutiny. Featuring a case of 65 children singers from the world-renowns Los Angeles Children's Chorus, Keepers of the Night also includes Soprano Lynette Tapia, Baritone Malcolm MacKenzie, Mezzo Soprano Suzanna Guzman and Soprano Lauren Libaw.","[u'Madden, Corey']","[u'United States', u'Los Angeles']","[u'mistaken identity', u'family', u'democracy', u'nature', u'opera', u'revenge', u'moon', u'singers', u'children']","[u'Filmed operas']" "asp3572346-marc","stream","","Sing opera! : the documentary","","26 minutes","","In Sing Opera!, a sequel to the 2002 Academy Award-nominated film Sing!, sixty-five intrepid singers of Los Angeles Children's Chorus strive to hone their vocal talents for the 2007 world premiere of the family opera Keeps of the Night, by Peter Ash and Donald Sturrock. From early rehearsals to opening night, the children work alongside professional artists and such renowned opera singers as soprano Lynette Tapia, baritone Malcolm MacKenzie, mezzo-soprano Suzanna Guzman, soprano Lauren Libaw, as well as director Corey Madden, and conductor Grant Gershon, learning what it takes to stage a production that's bigger, grander, and more technical than anything they've ever known.","[u'Sanders, Jessica', u""Los Angeles Children's Chorus""]","","[u'family', u'opera singers', u'opera', u'work', u'learning', u'artists', u'singers', u'children']","[u'Short films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3572340-marc","stream","","Return with honor","","104 minutes","","Return with Honor tells the gripping story of American fighter pilots shot down over North Vietnam and the challenges to survive with honor as POWs for up to eight and a half years. The film includes astounding, never-before-seen footage from the archives of Vietnam and contains riveting first person accounts of the hidden war behind prison walls. It is an inspiring testament to faith, brotherhood and the resilience of the human spirit.","[u'Wiser, Christine Zurbach', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry']","[u'United States', u'Vietnam']","[u'honor', u'american', u'vietnam', u'archives', u'prison', u'fighter pilots', u'pilots', u'war']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3572338-marc","stream","","Maya Lin : a strong clear vision","","83 minutes","","The Academy Award-winning documentary is about sculptor and architect Maya Lin who, at age 21, designed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. The film tells the gripping story behind the Vietnam Memorial and explores a decade of her creative work. Maya Lin's design of the Civil Rights Memorial, the Yale Women's Table, and the Juniata Peace Chapel reveals her ability to address major issues of our times through the healing power of art.","[u'Lin, Maya Ying', u'Mock, Freida Lee', u'Sanders, Terry']","[u'United States', u'Washington']","[u'maya', u'ability', u'civil rights', u'peace', u'american', u'vietnam', u'design', u'healing', u'veterans', u'age', u'vision']","[u'Biographical films', u'Documentary films', u'Feature films']" "asp3571457-marc","stream","","Angkor awakens","","50 minutes","","""Angkor Awakens: A Portrait of Cambodia"" is an eye-opening snapshot of a nation poised at a political and cultural tipping point. Viewing the present through the lens of the country's tangled history, the film follows the people of Cambodia as they fight to recover their culture and history in the wake of the Khmer Rouge genocide (1975-1979).Though the legacy of past violence and present-day repression lives on, it is counterbalanced by the hopes and aspirations of Cambodia's new generation. ""Angkor Awakens"" is built around intimate interviews— including an unprecedented appearance by Cambodia's Strongman/Prime Minister Hun Sen. Containing stunning footage of the country, this film provides a window into the lives of one of Asia's youngest populations as it seeks to leave behind its brutal past.The film examines Nixon and Kissinger's secret bombing of Cambodia which set the stage for the rise of the Khmer Rouge.""Angkor Awakens"" is directed by Robert H. Lieberman. He is a bestselling novelist, award winning filmmaker (""They call it Myanmar,"" ""Last Stop Kew Gardens""), and a long-time member of the Cornell University Physics faculty. It is Lieberman's background as a child of the Holocaust that has led him to explore the effects of the genocide on today's young Cambodians. Director's Statement. A personal message from Robert:As a child of the Holocaust, I was initially drawn to Cambodia because I was curious to see if there were any lingering effects of the Khmer Rouge genocide in today's young people. I was determined not to make a doom and gloom movie. Rather, I wanted to provide a sweeping portrait of the country, its people and history, its politics and psychology. Of course there was no way to avoid Cambodia's darkest period. I got lucky and got a two-hour, eyeball-to-eyeball interview with Hun Sen, Cambodia's strongman/prime minister who never gives interviews. Rather than using a crew in Cambodia, I shot the 149 interviews recording the sound by myself and using only available lighting. It allowed people to be comfortable enough to share their most intimate thoughts. My intention is that this be a story of hope and recovery told through the Cambodian people— the young and old, artists and teachers, politicians and just plain ordinary people. Having lived through the Vietnam war, I was forced to come to grips with Nixon and Kissinger's secret bombing and incursion into this neutral country that helped set the stage for the rise of the Khmer Rouge. It strikes me that in the present political climate the film has an immediacy that makes the story today as relevant as ever. Our production team's hope is that this film will build on the major success of our previous film They Call It Myanmar.","[u'Lieberman, Robert', u'Hoard, Deborah C.']","[u'Turkey', u'Myanmar', u'Of', u'Philippines', u'Cambodia', u'Vietnam', u'Asia']","[u'culture', u'cambodian', u'artists', u'politics', u'interviews', u'cambodia', u'intention', u'politicians', u'interview', u'hope', u'khmer', u'filmmaker', u'child', u'sound', u'climate', u'success', u'violence', u'holocaust', u'vietnam', u'genocide', u'physics', u'history']","[u'Nonfiction films', u'Documentary films']" "asp3571455-marc","stream","","Zona intangible","","77 minutes","","Zona Intangible shows how a single act of generosity can ripple forward and backward through time, improving health and well-being in a community founded on nothing but resilience and hope. Refugees fleeing the Shining Path terrorists build a new city called Manchay on the edge of Lima, Peru. A gift from an American family funds construction of the city's first modern health clinic, inspiring other donors to send medical supplies. Against great odds, the clinic has thrived for 13 years. Award-winning writer-director Ann Hedreen traces the unlikely connection between the people of this asentamiento humano (human settlement), and her great-uncle, a Swedish-American pioneer of the Peruvian fishing industry. The film introduces a network of teachers, volunteers, medical professionals– and one very determined priest– who help these refugees carve a new life from an abandoned gravel pit in one of the world's most sprawling mega cities. With an estimated one-sixth of the world's population now living in settlements like Manchay, Zona Intangible portrays the challenges facing one such community, and the complex ties between their future and a benefactor they never met.","[u'Hedreen, Ann', u'Thompson, Rustin']","[u'United States', u'Lima', u'Peru']","[u'life', u'family', u'terrorists', u'peruvian', u'modern', u'generosity', u'american', u'construction', u'health', u'fishing', u'well-being', u'refugees', u'population']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3571445-marc","stream","","Nunatsiaq : the good land","","13 minutes","","The film describes the changes in the Inuit way of life in and around Frobisher Bay, N.W.T., and at the same time it attempts to explain the historical and legal justification of Native land claims.","","","[u'life', u'inuit', u'time']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3571443-marc","stream","","Qaggiq. Current affairs special (The National Capital Commission's unveiling of the NWT legislature banners)","","28 minutes","[u'Qaggiq']","This video has been provided by Canada's Inuit Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) from its Inuit Film and Video Archives (IFVA). This video highlights the unveiling of the Northwest Territories legislative banners by the National Capital Commission.","","[u'Canada']","[u'broadcasting', u'inuit', u'archives', u'capital']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3571441-marc","stream","","Qaggiq Special. museum in London Living Arctic ","","27 minutes","[u'Qaggiq Special']","This video has been provided by Canada's Inuit Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) from its Inuit Film and Video Archives (IFVA). The earliest videos in the IFVA collection date from the early 1970s. This video is about the opening of a museum exhibit in London.","[u'Davidee, Elisapee']","[u'Canada', u'Great Britain', u'London']","[u'broadcasting', u'inuit', u'archives']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3571439-marc","stream","","Qanuqtuurniq : finding the balance. I am young, and I am proud Episode 2,","","121 minutes","[u'Qanuqtuurniq :']","Qanuqtuurniq - Finding the Balance brings together information, success stories and interesting research about Inuit health and wellness. The three, two hour programs were broadcast and webcast live across northern regions on May 11, 12 & 13, 2009. The series involved a project team of health promotion experts, researchers, Inuit organizations, community members and northern broadcasters, as well as working groups and focus groups from across the North. ""Qanuqtuurniq - Finding the Balance"" was an International Polar Year outreach project co-ordinated by Inuit Tuttarvingat, the Inuit-specific centre of the National Aboriginal Health Organization.This episode includes a discussion between a panel of youth and the viewers about young people's opinions, thoughts and experiences. We show you examples of some motivating youth programs and activities.These activities are helping to build self-worth, self-reliance, cultural pride, skills, knowledge and hope for the future in Inuit youth.","[u'Fry, Kath Clarida', u'Aariak, Karliin']","","[u'health promotion', u'success', u'series', u'discussion', u'outreach', u'research', u'youth', u'inuit', u'health', u'hope']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3571437-marc","stream","","Qanuqtuurniq : finding the balance. Birth, a joyous community event Episode 3,","","121 minutes","[u'Qanuqtuurniq :']","Qanuqtuurniq - Finding the Balance brings together information, success stories and interesting research about Inuit health and wellness. The three, two hour programs were broadcast and webcast live across northern regions on May 11, 12 & 13, 2009. The series involved a project team of health promotion experts, researchers, Inuit organizations, community members and northern broadcasters, as well as working groups and focus groups from across the North. ""Qanuqtuurniq - Finding the Balance"" was an International Polar Year outreach project co-ordinated by Inuit Tuttarvingat, the Inuit-specific centre of the National Aboriginal Health Organization. This episode includes a discussion with a panel of experts and callers on successful maternity care and midwifery programs in Inuit communities.","[u'Fry, Kath Clarida', u'Aariak, Karliin']","","[u'health promotion', u'success', u'series', u'discussion', u'outreach', u'research', u'midwifery', u'inuit', u'health']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3571435-marc","stream","","Qanuqtuurniq : finding the balance. How are we as men? Episode 1,","","118 minutes","[u'Qanuqtuurniq :']","Qanuqtuurniq - Finding the Balance brings together information, success stories and interesting research about Inuit health and wellness. The three, two hour programs were broadcast and webcast live across northern regions on May 11, 12 & 13, 2009. The series involved a project team of health promotion experts, researchers, Inuit organizations, community members and northern broadcasters, as well as working groups and focus groups from across the North. ""Qanuqtuurniq - Finding the Balance"" was an International Polar Year outreach project co-ordinated by Inuit Tuttarvingat, the Inuit-specific centre of the National Aboriginal Health Organization. This episode includes a discussion between our panel – made up of people who work in the area of health and wellness – a studio audience and the viewers. They will talk about men's roles today, education, employment, tradition and culture, and other issues of importance to men.","[u'Fry, Kath Clarida', u'Aariak, Karliin']","","[u'health promotion', u'success', u'series', u'discussion', u'work', u'outreach', u'research', u'inuit', u'health']","[u'Documentary television programs']" "asp3571433-marc","stream","","The mystery of Arqioq","","48 minutes","","The fate of the arctic expedition by German geologist Hans Krüger, his assistant Age Rose Bjare and their Greenland Inuk guide Arqioq, which vanished somewhere in the frozen wilderness to the west of Ellsmere and Axel Heiberg islands in 1930, has obsessed travelers in Canada's north for 70 years. Filmmakers Henry Naulaq and Ole Gjerstad discover a dramatic new twist to the story. Naulaq, behind and in front of the camera, sets out on a search that take us from Greenland to Alaska and southern Canada to discover the truth about Aqioq, uncovering clues to substantiate rumours that Arqioq survived the expedition.","[u'Kruger, Hans', u'Gjerstad, Ole', u'DeWolf, Charlotte', u'Naulag, Henry']","[u'Canada', u'United States', u'Greenland', u'Germany', u'Charlotte']","[u'islands', u'age', u'alaska', u'truth', u'travelers']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3571431-marc","stream","","E1-472 Kikkik","","90 minutes","","During the 1950's famine in the Canadian Arctic, Kikkik, an Inuk woman, killed a man in self-defense and then found herself in the position of having to leave two of her five children on the tundra. She was tried for murder and criminal negligence and subsequently aquitted. Her daughter, Elisapee Karetak lives in Arviat, Nunavut and has spend many years tracing the events of her family's story. Elisapee's brothers and sisters as well as many members of the Inuit community who lived through the ordeal have wanted and needed to reveal their memories.","[u'Kikkik', u'Kreelak, Martin', u'Gjerstad, Ole']","[u'Slovakia', u'Martin']","[u'murder', u'brothers and sisters', u'canadian', u'ordeal', u'negligence', u'self-defense', u'inuit', u'sisters', u'criminal', u'children', u'brothers']","[u'Documentary films']" "asp3571429-marc","stream","","Nunavut elders. The elders comment","","13 minutes","[u'Nunavut elders']","Life on the land was given up in the 1950s and 60s. Today's elders lived through the difficult beginnings of community life, witnessed the coming of modern communications and air travel and participated in the creation of Nunavut. Now they are seeing the young people of Nunavut take their place in the global village.","[u'Arreak, Jolene']","","[u'travel', u'creation', u'modern', u'air travel', u'air']","[u'Short films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3571427-marc","stream","","Nunavut elders. Looking forward","","24 minutes","[u'Nunavut elders']","Featured Community: Iqaluit. When Akeeshoo Joamie was a boy the city of Iqaluit didn't exist. The site was his family's summer fishing camp. Akeeshoo now lives in the big and booming capital city. His eyesight is failing and he can no longer travel on the land. The split between generations is very apparent in the Joamie family - an example of the culture and language barrier between young and old that now exists in Nunavut.","[u'Arreak, Jolene']","","[u'summer', u'language', u'family', u'travel', u'culture', u'fishing', u'capital', u'generations']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3571425-marc","stream","","Nunavut elders. Midwife and mentor","","24 minutes","[u'Nunavut elders']","Until she was forty years old, Bessie Ashevak lived in igloos and tents, cooked with qulliqs, sewed her family's skin clothing and raised her children. Bessie was a midwife and routinely delivered babies in tents, igloos, on boats - wherever the family happened to be when the time came. Bessies' grand-niece, Violet, a high-school student who has just had her first baby, seeks advice on raising her new infant.","[u'Tucktoo, Linda']","[u'United States', u'Linda']","[u'time', u'babies', u'family', u'skin']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3571423-marc","stream","","Nunavut elders. Healing for life","","25 minutes","[u'Nunavut elders']","Featured Community: Baker Lake --- Kudsiak was a young mother at the time - her husband and young son died. Kudsiak and the other survivors were airlifted to the community of Baker Lake, including a child named Mary Kreelak. In the summer of 2004, the elder Kudsiak and Mary, now a middle-aged woman, return to their traditional lands. It is an emotional trip back to the place they hastily departed over 50 years ago before they had a chance to say goodbye to their loved ones.","[u'Kreelak, Martin']","[u'Martin', u'Slovakia', u'Turkmenistan', u'Mary']","[u'summer', u'life', u'child', u'back', u'survivors', u'chance', u'healing', u'time']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3571421-marc","stream","","Nunavut elders. Shadow spirits","","25 minutes","[u'Nunavut elders']","It's common knowledge in Clyde River that Naujarlak Tassugat has spent much of his life travelling between our world and the spirit world. He first travelled to the other world as a young man and later married a spirit woman - together they had a spirit daughter. Naujarlak can't visit the spirit world anymore. He was asked to leave because of the growing skepticism toward the shadow spirit people, even in his own community, which meant leaving his spirit family behind.","[u'Poisey, David']","[u'Panama', u'David']","[u'life', u'spirits', u'family']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3571419-marc","stream","","Nunavut elders. Outpost camp","","24 minutes","[u'Nunavut elders']","Since the 1970s, Lypa Pitsiolak and his wife Annie have lived in an outpost camp 130 kilometers from the community of Pangnirtung. Lypa and Annie raised four children at the camp and only travel to town a few times each year. Their daughter Malia is nineteen and grew up on the land. Malia was home schooled by her parents and is learning to be a hunter from her father.","[u'Poisey, David']","[u'Panama', u'David']","[u'home', u'travel', u'parents', u'children', u'learning']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3571417-marc","stream","","Nunavut elders. Words of wisdom","","24 minutes","[u'Nunavut elders']","This episode's director Jolene Arreak was raised by her grandparents in Pond Inlet and has been away from home for more than ten years. She was not able to return home when her grandmother passed away a few years ago. This trip home is a chance for Jolene to reacquaint herself with her aging grandfather Joanasie Arreak and to contemplate the lessons about life she learned from her elders.","[u'Arreak, Jolene']","","[u'aging', u'life', u'grandparents', u'wisdom', u'chance', u'home']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']" "asp3571415-marc","stream","","Kitikmeot Inuit Association","","27 minutes","","This video has been provided by Canada's Inuit Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) from its Inuit Film and Video Archives (IFVA). The earliest videos in the IFVA collection date from the early 1970s. Inuit videographers have captured the transition from dog teams to digital phones; they have chronicled the division of the territories, the creation of key national Inuit organizations, the concept and signing of the Inuit land claims, the creation of Nunavut, and the evolution of a new political, socio-cultural environment -- their priceless archived work represents a period that is absolutely unique in history. This video is about the Kitikmeot Inuit Association.","[u'Kitikmeot Inuit Association', u'Panioyak, James']","[u'Canada']","[u'division', u'evolution', u'creation', u'work', u'environment', u'broadcasting', u'inuit', u'archives']","[u'Documentary films', u'Ethnographic films']"