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Climbing Everest with a Mountain on My Back: The Sherpa's Story
Every year, over a thousand climbers try to reach the summit of Mount Everest, with the annual record for successful attempts currently standing at 633. But of that number, nearly half were Sherpas - the mountain's unsung heroes. Yet the Sherpa community has remained secretive about their nation, culture and experiences living in the shadow of the world's highest mountain. Now, for the first time, they open the door into their world. Without the expertise of the Sherpas, only the hardiest and most skilful climbers would succeed. Every day they risk their lives for the safety of others, yet they seek neither glory nor reward, preferring to stay in the background. Following the stories of four such Sherpas - Phurba, Ngima, Ngima Tenji and Gelu - this film reveals the reality of their daily lives, not just up the mountain, but with their families after they return home.
A Boy Like Her: A Personal Story About an Unavoidable Journey
The documentary "A boy like her" is about the Icelandic boy Halldor who believed from a young age that he was a girl. When he came to realize that his gender would not change even if he prayed and wished he soon realized that he only had two options in life - to take his own life or to undergo a sex-change. As a teenager he went through terrible periods and people around him started to ask questions about what was wrong. He did not dare to tell his parents, family and friends that he was girl. He decided to move abroad and live as a girl in foreign countries. At the age of twenty he realized he had to return home and face his past. With the population of only 320,000 people, returning home was not easy. Only about 20 Icelanders had undergone a sex-change and he wanted to become of of them
If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front
Filmmaker Marshall Curry explores the inner workings of the Earth Liberation Front, a revolutionary movement devoted to crippling facilities involved in deforestation, while simultaneously offering a profile of Oregon ELF member Daniel McGowan, who was brought up on terrorism charges for his involvement with the radical group.
Let Them Know: The Story of Youth Brigade and BYO Records
A lasting tribute and testament to over 25 years of BYO, Youth Brigade and the DIY spirit that has inspired and continues to inspire so many to change the world... Told through interviews and rare footage of the explosive LA punk rock scene from the 80's until now, Let Them Know: The Story of Youth Brigade and BYO Records is a full length documentary feature film that looks at the last 25 years of the influential L.A. Punk band Youth Brigade and BYO Records. This movie documents the early L.A. punk and D.I.Y. scene. Riots, harrassment from the law, amazing bands, crazy stories, and best of all, The Sterns Family's earnest desire to change the world through punk rock are captured in this moving documentary.
Batman and Me: A Devotion to Destiny, the Bob Kane Story
A look at the life of Bob Kane, the creator of Batman.
Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos
In the 1970s the North American Soccer League marked the first attempt to introduce soccer to American sports fans. While most teams had only limited success at best, one managed to break through to genuine mainstream popularity - the New York Cosmos. The brainchild of Steve Ross (Major executive at Warner Communications) and the Ertegun brothers (Founders of Atlantic Records), the Cosmos got off to a rocky start in 1971, but things changed in 1975 when the world's most celebrated soccer star, the Brazilian champion Pele, signed with the Cosmos for a five-million-dollar payday. With the arrival of Pele, the Cosmos became a hit and the players became the toast of the town, earning their own private table at Studio 54. A number of other international soccer stars were soon lured to the Cosmos, including Franz Beckenbauer, Rodney Marsh, and Carlos Alberto, but with the turn of the decade, the team began losing favor with fans and folded in 1985.
Touching the Game: The Story of the Cape Cod Baseball League
A unique and insightful documentary following the experiences of college baseball players as they compete in one of the most prestigious amateur leagues in the country, The Cape Cod Baseball League (CCBL). There are currently over 200 MLB players that have spent time in the Cape Cod League. Filmed over the summer of 2003, Touching The Game takes viewers behind the scenes of the CCBL, from host families and hot dog vendors, to fans and former players, now household names through their own Major League careers. Featuring extensive interviews, incredible aerial footage, and a local soundtrack, Touching The Game shows baseball in its purest form.
Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony
The story of Elizabeth Stanton and Susan B. Anthony and their life long fight to bring equal rights to women.
Path to Paradise: The Untold Story of the World Trade Center Bombing
The incredible story of the events leading up to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York and the capture of the terrorists.
The Most Dangerous Band In The World: The Story of Guns N’ Roses
Never-before-seen video footage of Guns N' Roses in their formative years, and how they climbed the charts from the gutters of Hollywood's Sunset Strip. The film tells the story of how the band came from playing bars on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles to stadiums across the world and has been compiled from a host of exclusive interviews and the early footage of GNR fan and friend Marc Canter. Interview subjects include Slash, drummer Steven Adler, former manager Vicky Hamilton, Whisky A Go Go owner Mario Maglieri. Marc Canter has also said there is a full-cinema biopic (with actors) in the works.
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