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Michael #Moore Presents: Planet of the #Humans | Full #Documentary | Directed by Jeff #Gibbs


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🤭 No fue fácil pero... entre las más de 1300 películas recibidas... 🤗

3️⃣2️⃣1️⃣... Del 23 de Abril al 2 de Mayo, Persoas S.A. formará parte de la selección oficial del Festival FilmÓptico, que se podrá ver en Viridiana TV sin limitaciones geográficas.

From April 23rd to May 2nd, Persoas S.A. (Persons Inc) will be part of the Festival FilmÓptico official selection and available on Viridiana TV (with english subtitles)


🎬🎟 con Arelas, asociación de familias de menores trans ;)
#documental #documentary #cuir #queer🤭 No fue fácil pero... entre las más de 1300 películas recibidas... 🤗
 


Bananas!*


Bananas!* is a suspenseful court room drama that examines the intricacies and injustices of the global politics of food.

Focusing on a landmark and highly controversial legal case pitting a dozen Nicaraguan banana plantation workers against Dole Food Corporation, Bananas!* uncovers the alleged usage of a banned pesticide and its probable link to generations of sterilized workers.

Central to both the film and case is Juan “Accidentes” Dominguez, a Los Angeles-based personal injury attorney who, although iconic within the Latino community for his ubiquitous billboard ads, is unquestionably facing the biggest case and challenge of his career.

At stake in the classic David vs. Goliath story are the futures of generations of workers and their families, as well as the culture of global, multinational business. If successful, the case could rock the economic foundations of Dole, and would open the US courts to other global victims, representing a new day in international justice.

#Bananas!* #documentary #film #food #politics #oppression #corporate #greed #justice #banana #plantation #JuanDominguez #Nicaragua #Oscilloscope #docu-films

Vimeo: Watch Bananas!* Online | Vimeo On Demand (Oscilloscope Laboratories)

 
"History Documentary Nerd *" https://youtube.com/c/HistoryDocumentaryNerd

There are so many good documentaries here I just linked to the channel page.
Tags: #dandelíon #video #documentary #history #world #learn #youtube

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"History Documentary Nerd *" https://youtube.com/c/HistoryDocumentaryNerd

There are so many good documentaries here I just linked to the channel page.
Tags: #dandelíon #video #documentary #history #world #learn #youtube

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You Weren't There (Full Punk Documentary)




#punk #documentary #70s #music #movie
 

The First 100 Years of the Bicycle: A 1915 Documentary Shows How the Bike Went from Its Clunky Birth in 1818, to Its Enduring Design in 1890


https://youtu.be/WI6lgUlEUFU

#bicycle #bike #history #documentary
The First 100 Years of the Bicycle: A 1915 Documentary Shows How the Bike Went from Its Clunky Birth in 1818, to Its Enduring Design in 1890

Open Culture: The First 100 Years of the Bicycle: A 1915 Documentary Shows How the Bike Went from Its Clunky Birth in 1818, to Its Enduring Design in 1890 (OC)

 
"I think there was an enormous amount of really thoughtful people — men and women, boys and girls — who were sitting on the curb making this sort of scene something that was more connected than most people realize. #Detroit rock city, right?" #Music #Punk #Hardcore #Rock #ClassicRock #Cinema #Documentary 🎶👍😁
 
"I think there was an enormous amount of really thoughtful people — men and women, boys and girls — who were sitting on the curb making this sort of scene something that was more connected than most people realize. #Detroit rock city, right?" #Music #Punk #Hardcore #Rock #ClassicRock #Cinema #Documentary 🎶👍😁
 

The Cure - Untitled Documentary Film Series Part 1/4




#music #documentary
 


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Motherload


Searching for freedom and connection in a gas-powered, digital and divided world.

Motherload is a crowdsourced documentary about a new mother’s quest to understand the increasing isolation and disconnection of the digital age, its planetary impact, and how cargo bikes could be an antidote.

Filmmaker Liz Canning cycled everywhere until she had twins in 2008. Hauling babies via car was not only unsustainable but took the freedom and adventure out of life, and Liz felt trapped. She Googled “family bike” and uncovered a global movement of people replacing cars with cargo bikes: long-frame bicycles designed for carrying passengers and heavy loads. Liz set out to learn more, and Motherload was born.

In the joy and dedication of the cargo bike community Liz saw that the choice to live by bike, instead of by car, has powerful positive repercussions. These people make sustainability looking really fun! Motherload asks why this is so and what it can teach us about mainstream culture.

Through her research Liz learns how the bicycle transformed society faster and more effectively than any other invention, facilitating women’s fight for the vote and giving the poor mobility for the first time in history. In 1896 Maria Ward wrote in Bicycling for Ladies:
“Riding the wheel, our own powers are revealed to us, a new sense is seemingly created… You have conquered a new world, and exultingly, you take possession of it.”
This all makes sense when Liz finds that humans are genetically hardwired to crave outdoor sensory experiences like riding a bicycle.

We feel this most urgently today, as our hunter-gatherer instincts are drowned out by the clamor of the digital age, and Americans spend 95% of our time indoors.

#Motherload #crowdsourced #documentary #film #bike #cycling #bikes #bicycles #freedom #adventure #movement #life #motherloadmovie #LizCanning #docu-films
 


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Motherload


Searching for freedom and connection in a gas-powered, digital and divided world.

Motherload is a crowdsourced documentary about a new mother’s quest to understand the increasing isolation and disconnection of the digital age, its planetary impact, and how cargo bikes could be an antidote.

Filmmaker Liz Canning cycled everywhere until she had twins in 2008. Hauling babies via car was not only unsustainable but took the freedom and adventure out of life, and Liz felt trapped. She Googled “family bike” and uncovered a global movement of people replacing cars with cargo bikes: long-frame bicycles designed for carrying passengers and heavy loads. Liz set out to learn more, and Motherload was born.

In the joy and dedication of the cargo bike community Liz saw that the choice to live by bike, instead of by car, has powerful positive repercussions. These people make sustainability looking really fun! Motherload asks why this is so and what it can teach us about mainstream culture.

Through her research Liz learns how the bicycle transformed society faster and more effectively than any other invention, facilitating women’s fight for the vote and giving the poor mobility for the first time in history. In 1896 Maria Ward wrote in Bicycling for Ladies:
“Riding the wheel, our own powers are revealed to us, a new sense is seemingly created… You have conquered a new world, and exultingly, you take possession of it.”
This all makes sense when Liz finds that humans are genetically hardwired to crave outdoor sensory experiences like riding a bicycle.

We feel this most urgently today, as our hunter-gatherer instincts are drowned out by the clamor of the digital age, and Americans spend 95% of our time indoors.

#Motherload #crowdsourced #documentary #film #bike #cycling #bikes #bicycles #freedom #adventure #movement #life #motherloadmovie #LizCanning #docu-films
 

When Did Rock Stop Being Pop?


Guess I'll watch more vids made by this guy. Oh and in my humble opinion Rock did not "die", it just waits until all these mass media victims listening to recycable conformistic canned idiot music made by EMI / Warner / Disney robots start to develop brain & taste. Oh and who the heck does listen to chart music anyway? :P



#music #documentary #history #sortof
 

TOP OF THE POPS - THE STORY OF 1980




#music #documentary #1980 #history
 

Top of the Pops - The Story of 1979




#music #history #1979 #documentary
 

Bernstein - 'The unanswered question' series, 1 of 6


"An overview of musical development in turns of vocabulary"


#music #theory #documentary
 

Bernstein Young People Concerts - What is a Melody?




#music #classic #documentary
 

True Facts: Killer Surfing Snails




#documentary #funny
 
We'll be streaming a new film every week.
April 7 to April 14: Rams
#Documentary by filmmaker Gary Hustwit (Helvetica) about legendary designer #Dieter #Rams


 


Commons

Reclaiming What Is Ours


The Commons is a documentary film about communities re-asserting sustainable futures using consensus, equity and shared resources – ancient Commons principles. The film shares the increasing privatization and destruction of commons, primarily in the United States, and shows how many activists are re-taking commons, re-establishing communities controlling heir own commons: maker spaces, land trusts, cooperatives, local food production and distribution, shared housing, free education, community centers – all as Commoners stewarding what they share.

During the making of the film, we found a re-awakening in progress. Tired of waiting for government, many Commoners are taking action to push back the tide of un-just privatization or the destruction of shared resources. People are working democratically, money is being re-imagined, new schools starting, co-operatives launching. Many – most – with the new idea of ‘Open Source’ deeply embedded in their planning. People are asking for sustainability, not destruction, sharing not privatization, and justice – not brutality.

We made this film because people needed to know that action was already underway, and much more was possible, to reclaim sovereignty over their Commons: the shared spaces and places, the wealth of the land, oceans and atmosphere, the internet and the ideas that are the heritage of life itself. People needed to know that it is both possible and successful to have a new kind of ‘Commons’ democracy, a self-governance based on consensus, justice, sharing, sustainability and goodwill.

We found there are already laws protecting the rights of Commoners. Many of these laws are the underpinning of our legal system itself…

But something deeper is happening

Everyone is restless – especially young people. Something inside us is calling for a better future – and people are unwilling to settle for the bleak future many fear. They understand deeply that the shared resources of the world are a human right, owned by all, not just a few – and that these resources are in peril.

We found that commons-based inspiration flows through people, especially young people, telling them not to settle for less than what they know is possible: to make that incredible future they see just ahead of humanity: vitality, goodwill, sharing – what Dr. Andreas Weber describes as ‘Enlivenment’

In many forms, people can see that vision of an amazing future for humanity – surrounded by the life of the planet.

Nine years in the making, we listened as 49 communities in the #Americas, #Europe, #Africa and south #Asia told us what has made their Commons work over the centuries.

#TheCommons #CommonsFilm #documentary #film #Commons #community #communities #local #food #food-growing #food-sharing #education #housing #sharing #resources #principles #shared-resources #open #coop #co-op #open-coop #opencoop #open-source #ideas #commons-based #inspiration #democracy #activism #advocacy #awakening #sovereignty #goodwill #enlivenment #sustainability #resilience #OpenCo-opCommons #KevinHansen #BunkerFilms #docu-films
 


Commons

Reclaiming What Is Ours


The Commons is a documentary film about communities re-asserting sustainable futures using consensus, equity and shared resources – ancient Commons principles. The film shares the increasing privatization and destruction of commons, primarily in the United States, and shows how many activists are re-taking commons, re-establishing communities controlling heir own commons: maker spaces, land trusts, cooperatives, local food production and distribution, shared housing, free education, community centers – all as Commoners stewarding what they share.

During the making of the film, we found a re-awakening in progress. Tired of waiting for government, many Commoners are taking action to push back the tide of un-just privatization or the destruction of shared resources. People are working democratically, money is being re-imagined, new schools starting, co-operatives launching. Many – most – with the new idea of ‘Open Source’ deeply embedded in their planning. People are asking for sustainability, not destruction, sharing not privatization, and justice – not brutality.

We made this film because people needed to know that action was already underway, and much more was possible, to reclaim sovereignty over their Commons: the shared spaces and places, the wealth of the land, oceans and atmosphere, the internet and the ideas that are the heritage of life itself. People needed to know that it is both possible and successful to have a new kind of ‘Commons’ democracy, a self-governance based on consensus, justice, sharing, sustainability and goodwill.

We found there are already laws protecting the rights of Commoners. Many of these laws are the underpinning of our legal system itself…

But something deeper is happening

Everyone is restless – especially young people. Something inside us is calling for a better future – and people are unwilling to settle for the bleak future many fear. They understand deeply that the shared resources of the world are a human right, owned by all, not just a few – and that these resources are in peril.

We found that commons-based inspiration flows through people, especially young people, telling them not to settle for less than what they know is possible: to make that incredible future they see just ahead of humanity: vitality, goodwill, sharing – what Dr. Andreas Weber describes as ‘Enlivenment’

In many forms, people can see that vision of an amazing future for humanity – surrounded by the life of the planet.

Nine years in the making, we listened as 49 communities in the #Americas, #Europe, #Africa and south #Asia told us what has made their Commons work over the centuries.

#TheCommons #CommonsFilm #documentary #film #Commons #community #communities #local #food #food-growing #food-sharing #education #housing #sharing #resources #principles #shared-resources #open #coop #co-op #open-coop #opencoop #open-source #ideas #commons-based #inspiration #democracy #activism #advocacy #awakening #sovereignty #goodwill #enlivenment #sustainability #resilience #OpenCo-opCommons #KevinHansen #BunkerFilms #docu-films
 

You See Me Laughin': The Last Of The Hill Country Bluesmen


(Mississippi Blues Documentary 2002)



#music #documentary #blues
 

The Complete and Utter History of Britain - Part 1




#history #documentary #monty #python
 

Life before the Flying Circus


A documentary discovering what life was like before the Flying Circus


#documentary
 
#WeekendViewing We are blessed to have had Tibetan Buddhist teacher #GelekRimpoche in my hometown for many decades. #AmericanRimpoche is a magnificent documentary of his journey. His humorous nature belies the hardships he endured. A lesson for all. #Tibet #Buddhism #Religion #Spirituality #Documentary #Film #Cinema
 
#WeekendViewing We are blessed to have had Tibetan Buddhist teacher #GelekRimpoche in my hometown for many decades. #AmericanRimpoche is a magnificent documentary of his journey. His humorous nature belies the hardships he endured. A lesson for all. #Tibet #Buddhism #Religion #Spirituality #Documentary #Film #Cinema
 

The medium is the message


https://youtu.be/t1axnba_Ueg

A Documentary of 1960’s - Marshall McLuhan: The Medium is the Message
The medium is the message" is a phrase coined by Marshall McLuhan introduced in McLuhan’s book Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, published in 1964. McLuhan proposes that a medium itself, not the content it carries, should be the focus of study. He said that a medium affects the society in which it plays a role not only by the content delivered over the medium, but also by the characteristics of the medium itself.
McLuhan wrote:“The title “The Medium Is the Massage” is a teaser—a way of getting attention. There’s a wonderful sign hanging in a Toronto junkyard which reads, ‘Help Beautify Junkyards. Throw Something Lovely Away Today.’ This is a very effective way of getting people to notice a lot of things. And so the title is intended to draw attention to the fact that a medium is not something neutral—it does something to people. It takes hold of them. It rubs them off, it massages them and bumps them around, chiropractically, as it were, and the general roughing up that any new society gets from a medium, especially a new medium, is what is intended in that title”
It means that the nature of a medium (the channel through which a message is transmitted) is more important than the meaning or content of the message. McLuhan tells us that a “message” is, “the change of scale or pace or pattern” that a new invention or innovation "introduces into human affair
#Documentary #sociology #McLuhan
 

The medium is the message


https://youtu.be/t1axnba_Ueg

A Documentary of 1960’s - Marshall McLuhan: The Medium is the Message
The medium is the message" is a phrase coined by Marshall McLuhan introduced in McLuhan’s book Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, published in 1964. McLuhan proposes that a medium itself, not the content it carries, should be the focus of study. He said that a medium affects the society in which it plays a role not only by the content delivered over the medium, but also by the characteristics of the medium itself.
McLuhan wrote:“The title “The Medium Is the Massage” is a teaser—a way of getting attention. There’s a wonderful sign hanging in a Toronto junkyard which reads, ‘Help Beautify Junkyards. Throw Something Lovely Away Today.’ This is a very effective way of getting people to notice a lot of things. And so the title is intended to draw attention to the fact that a medium is not something neutral—it does something to people. It takes hold of them. It rubs them off, it massages them and bumps them around, chiropractically, as it were, and the general roughing up that any new society gets from a medium, especially a new medium, is what is intended in that title”
It means that the nature of a medium (the channel through which a message is transmitted) is more important than the meaning or content of the message. McLuhan tells us that a “message” is, “the change of scale or pace or pattern” that a new invention or innovation "introduces into human affair
#Documentary #sociology #McLuhan
 


Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project


Marion Stokes was secretly recording television twenty-four hours a day for thirty years. It started in 1979 with the Iranian Hostage Crisis at the dawn of the twenty-four hour news cycle. It ended on December 14, 2012 while the Sandy Hook massacre played on television as Marion passed away. In between, Marion recorded on 70,000 VHS tapes, capturing revolutions, lies, wars, triumphs, catastrophes, bloopers, talk shows, and commercials that tell us who we were, and show how television shaped the world of today.

Before “fake news” Marion was fighting to protect the truth by archiving everything that was said and shown on television. The public didn’t know it, but the networks were disposing their archives for decades into the trashcan of history. Remarkably Marion saved it, and now the Internet Archive will digitize her tapes and we’ll be able to search them online for free.

This is a mystery in the form of a time capsule. It’s about a radical Communist activist, who became a fabulously wealthy recluse archivist. Her work was crazy but it was also genius, and she would pay a profound price for dedicating her life to this visionary and maddening project.

#TheMarionStokesProject #RecorderTheMarionStokesProject #documentary #film #MarionStokes #truth #television #news #mainstream #media #deception #MattWolf #InternetArchive #ElectricChinolandProduction #C41Media #EndCue #docu-films
 


Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project


Marion Stokes was secretly recording television twenty-four hours a day for thirty years. It started in 1979 with the Iranian Hostage Crisis at the dawn of the twenty-four hour news cycle. It ended on December 14, 2012 while the Sandy Hook massacre played on television as Marion passed away. In between, Marion recorded on 70,000 VHS tapes, capturing revolutions, lies, wars, triumphs, catastrophes, bloopers, talk shows, and commercials that tell us who we were, and show how television shaped the world of today.

Before “fake news” Marion was fighting to protect the truth by archiving everything that was said and shown on television. The public didn’t know it, but the networks were disposing their archives for decades into the trashcan of history. Remarkably Marion saved it, and now the Internet Archive will digitize her tapes and we’ll be able to search them online for free.

This is a mystery in the form of a time capsule. It’s about a radical Communist activist, who became a fabulously wealthy recluse archivist. Her work was crazy but it was also genius, and she would pay a profound price for dedicating her life to this visionary and maddening project.

#TheMarionStokesProject #RecorderTheMarionStokesProject #documentary #film #MarionStokes #truth #television #news #mainstream #media #deception #MattWolf #InternetArchive #ElectricChinolandProduction #C41Media #EndCue #docu-films
 


Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project


Marion Stokes was secretly recording television twenty-four hours a day for thirty years. It started in 1979 with the Iranian Hostage Crisis at the dawn of the twenty-four hour news cycle. It ended on December 14, 2012 while the Sandy Hook massacre played on television as Marion passed away. In between, Marion recorded on 70,000 VHS tapes, capturing revolutions, lies, wars, triumphs, catastrophes, bloopers, talk shows, and commercials that tell us who we were, and show how television shaped the world of today.

Before “fake news” Marion was fighting to protect the truth by archiving everything that was said and shown on television. The public didn’t know it, but the networks were disposing their archives for decades into the trashcan of history. Remarkably Marion saved it, and now the Internet Archive will digitize her tapes and we’ll be able to search them online for free.

This is a mystery in the form of a time capsule. It’s about a radical Communist activist, who became a fabulously wealthy recluse archivist. Her work was crazy but it was also genius, and she would pay a profound price for dedicating her life to this visionary and maddening project.

#TheMarionStokesProject #RecorderTheMarionStokesProject #documentary #film #MarionStokes #truth #television #news #mainstream #media #deception #MattWolf #InternetArchive #ElectricChinolandProduction #C41Media #EndCue #docu-films
 


Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project


Marion Stokes was secretly recording television twenty-four hours a day for thirty years. It started in 1979 with the Iranian Hostage Crisis at the dawn of the twenty-four hour news cycle. It ended on December 14, 2012 while the Sandy Hook massacre played on television as Marion passed away. In between, Marion recorded on 70,000 VHS tapes, capturing revolutions, lies, wars, triumphs, catastrophes, bloopers, talk shows, and commercials that tell us who we were, and show how television shaped the world of today.

Before “fake news” Marion was fighting to protect the truth by archiving everything that was said and shown on television. The public didn’t know it, but the networks were disposing their archives for decades into the trashcan of history. Remarkably Marion saved it, and now the Internet Archive will digitize her tapes and we’ll be able to search them online for free.

This is a mystery in the form of a time capsule. It’s about a radical Communist activist, who became a fabulously wealthy recluse archivist. Her work was crazy but it was also genius, and she would pay a profound price for dedicating her life to this visionary and maddening project.

#TheMarionStokesProject #RecorderTheMarionStokesProject #documentary #film #MarionStokes #truth #television #news #mainstream #media #deception #MattWolf #InternetArchive #ElectricChinolandProduction #C41Media #EndCue #docu-films
 
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Le financement participatif du documentaire "Disappear" se poursuit sur Leetchi jusqu'au 30 décembre 2019


"Disappear (Cover your online tracks)" est la suite de l'excellent documentaire "Nothing to hide". Beaucoup de travail a déjà été accompli depuis un an, mais l'équipe compte toujours sur le soutien financier du public pour boucler le travail de production et de post-production.

Teaser + appel à financement lancé par le réalisateur et la productrice :

Site initial du financement participatif (contient le lien vers la cagnotte Leetchi) : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1587081065/disappear-the-documentary

#Disappear #MarcMeillassoux #crowdfunding #financement #NothingToHide #surveillance #internet #documentaire #documentary #CreativeCommons #AutoDéfense #SelfDefense #VPN #Tor #LogicielsLibres #chiffrement
 




Fools & Dreamers: Regenerating a Native Forest


Fools & Dreamers is a 30-minute documentary telling the story of Hinewai Nature Reserve, on Canterbury’s Banks Peninsula, and its kaitiaki/manager of 30 years, botanist Hugh Wilson. We learn about the commitment of Hugh and the Maurice White Native Forest Trust to regenerate marginal, hilly farmland into native forest, using a minimal interference method that allows nature to do the work, giving life to over 1500 hectares of native forest, waterways, and the creatures that live within them.

When, in 1987, Hugh let the local community know about his plans to allow gorse to grow as a nurse canopy for self-sown native trees, the response was sceptical at best and outright angry and disparaging for the most part – one farmer stating the plan was the sort to be expected only of “fools and dreamers”. Now considered a local hero by town and country folk alike, Hugh’s home at Hinewai overlooks a valley resplendent in native forest canopy, where birds and other wildlife are abundant and 47 known waterfalls are in permanent flow.

An inspiring, charismatic personality, Hugh’s passion and enthusiasm for his life’s project come through in every sentence he speaks. A dreamer who has made his dream come true, Hugh has proven without doubt that nature knows best – and that he is no fool.

#FoolsAndDreamers #documentary #film #HughWilson #nature #forests #trees #waterways #tree-planting #stewardship #forest-building #protection #restoration #conservation #local #community #people #initiative #advocacy #HinewaiNatureReserve #Hinewai #MauriceWhiteNativeForestTrust #HappenFilms
 
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