The river is a 1938 short documentary film which shows the importance of the mississippi river to the united states, and how farming and timber practices had caused topsoil to be swept down the river and into the gulf of mexico, leading to catastrophic floods and impoverishing farmers. Were proud to bring people together for the common goal of celebrating great films. Tenho gets a job as a lumberjack which by the way is the title in finnish. For more great films, please visit our complete collection. The summer long spectacular boasts a packed schedule of free outdoor events and entertainment and is launching on friday 1st june. June 24, 2014 the paradise theatre in paonia reopened its doors three weeks ago after months of renovations and equipment upgrades and is now beginning to fill its calendar for the summer. Contributions from federal, state, and community agencies and embassies. Paradise theatre and western slope conservation center. Anchorage international film festival visit anchorage. The documentary has played at festivals in greece, san francisco, nebraska and montana. So its rather nice that, from june 1st, london will get a threemonth festival overlooking the thames at tower bridge. Amc is home to many movie festivals across the country.
The films participants include many profound personalities and key internet influencers ranging from professors, corporate academics, futurists, researchers, writers, bloggers, media creators, activists, gamers, educators, scientists, artists, innovators real humans, all of whom provide amazing insights into how our state of the world is. Crip camp takes a look into a summer camp that revolutionized the disability. This short documentary offers an indigenous perspective on the devastating experience of searching for a loved one who has disappeared. New documentary features wyomings wind river reservation. London bridge city, aka the scoop, is hosting summer by the river, another season of free treats including comedy, fitness classes, music, sports and film screenings. Free films at summer by the river news london on the inside. Both events have again landed on moviemaker magazines influential list of the 50 film festivals worth the entry fee.
The film s participants include many profound personalities and key internet influencers ranging from professors, corporate academics, futurists, researchers, writers, bloggers, media creators, activists, gamers, educators, scientists, artists, innovators real humans, all of whom provide amazing insights into how our state of the world is. A 10part documentary series about race that was filmed at oak park and river high school during the 20152016 school year. The film, which was produced by youtube, will premiere on the streaming platform on april 10, the same day coachella 2020 was supposed to start before it got postponed due to the covid19 pandemic. Explore the nfbs vast documentary film collection by director or via curated features and watch new, timely and awardwinning canadian documentaries online. London bridge city, aka the scoop, is hosting summer by the river, another season of free treats including comedy, fitness classes, music. A summer by the river 1998 full movie download full hd.
Kuningasjatka is a 1998 finnish film written and directed by markku polonen. Oscarwinner a girl in the river shines a spotlight. In the summer of 2008, george wolfe, a satirical writer and avid boater. Summer by the river at london bridge city festival. In an isolated country house close to the shore near sainttropez, seven young women share a bedroom. According to the proposal for the film, the goal is to produce a short miniseries that examines race and equity and their impact on the quest for racial parity at oak park river and forest high school. Part adventure, part ode to the border, the river and the wall is visually stunning.
This documentary created by china central television follows a 1984 documentary film named the story of the yangtze river. Docile and easy to catch, this nearmythical animal is being hunted to extinction and used as bait for scavenger fish. Dre and jimmy iovine, and the epic roles they played in shaping todays music and popular culture. The river mississippi river 1938 documentary film pare. Returning for another hopefully glorious summer of sun, summer by the river will once again set. Conrad, randall this article discusses the history of american documentary films and examines several specific films.
Nov 02, 2010 the new york council for the humanities will feature a special, onenightonly screening of acclaimed documentary film summer sun winter moon at the national hispanic cultural center on saturday, november 6, 2010, in conjunction with the 2010 national humanities conference to be held in albuquerque, new mexico. Chagrin documentary film festival unveils cdff docs on demand. Free films at summer by the river london on the inside. With donald sutherland, judy greer and luke wilson. Measure of a man an overweight teenager blake cooper endures a trying summer in a comingofage film directed by jim loach a son of ken loach. This years reallife stories are so engaging, you wont be able to look away. Americas best idea is a sixepisode series on the history of the national parks, directed by ken burns and written and coproduced by dayton duncan. The smithsonian national museum of the american indian will also screen it this summer, and it is expected. Two young men, jordan and brian, attend a weeklong summer camp for the. They may be stories that are true and real, but theres no shortage of drama in the years mostanticipated documentaries. Summer by the river is the perfect festival for those who enjoy summer and rivers.
The new dates for coachella 2020 are october 911 and october 1618. The plow that broke the plains 1936, the fight for life 1940, nuremburg 1945 and, most eloquently, the river 1937, are inextricably important to the worlds documentary heritage. The summer help documentary by melody gilbert kickstarter. Plus, giant eagle is part of a wall street journal article on the growing popularity of texting for corporate marketing, and the new york times includes the downsizing of the plain dealer in a piece about companies that appear to be taking advantage of the. Wed love you to join us for the kick off party which starts at 18. By the river is an experimental feature length documentary following a young man ellar coltrane, boyhood as he travels crosscountry by train gathering sounds and recording conversations about life, creativity, and personal growth with people he meets along the way. The smithsonian national museum of the american indian will also screen it this summer, and it. Volunteer activist kyle kematch and awardwinning writer katherena vermette have both survived this heartbreak and share their histories with each other and the audience. Lorentz was born in northwestern west virginia in 1905 in the tiny town of lorentz so still named and was deeply immersed in the ways of the countryside. An intimate documentary film that captures ten years in the life of a family. A platform for independent filmmaking, creative expression and immersive entertainment, tribeca supports emerging and established voices, discovers awardwinning filmmakers, curates innovative and interactive experiences, and introduces new technology and ideas through panels, premieres, exhibitions, and live.
With pertti koivula, simo kontio, esko nikkari, anu palevaara. One of the first major programs will be a summer documentary film series in partnership with the western slope conservation center, a 37year old grassroots nonprofit based in paonia that works to. Quest had its television broadcast as the opening film for povs 2018 summer season. Friends of mine documentary available summer camp culture. Fresh out of my first year of film school, youtube was just a little hobby at the time, i was working at a small ice cream shop called the dairy delight. It is chinas first documentary shot entirely in 1080i hdtv. Upcoming we are hosting a number of private and corporate screenings throughout the summer. The series first episode analyzes how one single volcano probably caused the years without summer, also known as little ice age. A documentary film on the removal of the elwha river dams, and the changes it will bring to the ecosystems and the people of the north olympic peninsula in. Why wind river is the film to watch this summer from the writer of sicario and hell or high water, the film follows two agents solving a murder on a native american reserve. Mar 31, 2020 the film, which was produced by youtube, will premiere on the streaming platform on april 10, the same day coachella 2020 was supposed to start before it got postponed due to the covid19 pandemic. Some of the best documentary films about rivers and streams are never seen by a major. May 04, 2018 measure of a man an overweight teenager blake cooper endures a trying summer in a comingofage film directed by jim loach a son of ken loach. Oct 26, 2018 summer is the best time to explore the gorgeous destinations and learn more about the city.
Documentary film project information for oak park and river. You can download a partner toolkit, discussion guide, and lesson plan on the. The best documentaries on netflix will change how you see the world. Awardwinning documentary friends of mine, which follows two young men working as counselors at a weeklong summer camp for the developmentally disabled camp recreation, is now available for download and streaming online. Movies will be screened, totally free, every tuesday, with comedy and theatre performances taking. Jun 03, 2017 the series first episode analyzes how one single volcano probably caused the years without summer, also known as little ice age. Sundance institute builds multifaceted collaborations with leading brands to engage with a creative community of artists and audiences. A summer by the river full full movie streaming a summer by the river full movie engsub watch a summer by the river full english full movie online a summer by the river full film online watch a. This documentary aims to look at the history of a struggle that goes back several decades, and the efforts to confront it in the present on. The new york council for the humanities will feature a special, onenightonly screening of acclaimed documentary film summer sun winter moon at the national hispanic cultural center on saturday, november 6, 2010, in conjunction with the 2010 national humanities conference to be held in albuquerque, new mexico.
Opening weekend me and a friend went to see this in the middle of a hot summer day and i was like man this is such a firstyearoutof film schoolandworkingatanicecreamshopin the. These thoughtprovoking films are worth skipping those damn reruns. Acclaimed documentary film aims to shred the pages of. On march 7, the film that won the oscar for best documentary, short subject, will have its television premiere, airing on hbo at 9 p. Opening weekend me and a friend went to see this in the middle of a hot summer day and i was like man this is such a firstyearoutoffilmschoolandworkingatanicecreamshopinthe.
To regroup, he travels to a remote island in the south of laos. Return of the river a documentary film about the elwha river, the. Filming began in 2004 and the first episode aired in july 2006. The chagrin documentary film festival is jumping into the streaming world the festival, which last year celebrated its 10th anniversary, announced in a news release that its introducing a streaming program called cdff docs on demand in response to what it said was recent unprecedented lifestyle changes and stayathome restrictions of the covid 19 pandemic. Ganges is a nature documentary series for television on the natural history of the river ganges in india and bangladesh as well as the variety of animals and habitats that are to be found along the rivers 2,510 km 1,557 mi reach, the programmes also feature the cultures, traditions and religions of the very large human population that it supports.
A dvd documentary is a documentary film of indeterminate length that has been produced with the sole intent of releasing it for direct sale to the public on dvds, as different from a documentary being made and released first on television or on a cinema screen a. Heres a short list of some interesting river films you may want to download or. Established in 2001, aiff focuses on storytelling over star power, and favors thoughtprovoking film over blockbuster budgets. Get involved in a jampacked programme of events at the summer by the river festival, which takes place in london bridge city, between london bridge and tower bridge sit down for a film in the outdoor cinema, cheer on your favourite teams during broadcasts of the summer s biggest sport events, listen to live music and feast on tasty food and drink. Documentary film faq oak park and river forest high school. The river is like an ozu film in the way it regards life without trying to wrest it into a plot. In uncertain times, the chagrin documentary film festival and. The two men move out of the family home and spend the summer working. Over two days, they wake, shower, breakfast, play dress up, bathe in the sea, picnic, ride.
Acclaimed documentary film invites public to shred the pages. One of the first major programs will be a summer documentary film series in partnership with the western slope conservation center, a 37year old grassroots nonprofit based in. The movie tells the story about tenho and his 10 years old son who both. This is a trailer for a river film, a 40minute documentary film about the okanaganokanogan rivershed. A documentary infused with hope, return of the river explores an unlikely victory for environmental justice and restoration. The series, directed by academy awardnominee steve james, an oak park resident whose three children attended oprf, follows a year in the life of a dozen oprf students.
Award for best feature documentary riverrun international film festival. This fourpart documentary chronicles the improbable partnership of dr. Movies will be screened, totally free, every tuesday, with comedy and theatre performances taking place every wednesday. In longlost footage from the scrapped documentary project that led to grey gardens, the film that summer captures lee radziwill helping her reclusive relatives bring their decaying mansion up. The series has a total of 33 episodes with a run time of 30 minutes per episode. Enjoy free film and sports screenings, live music, fun fitness classes and family friendly workshops along the thames.
Follow bowie in the last years of his life, when he ended nearly a decade of silence to engage in an burst of activity, producing two. A river below captures the amazon in all its complexity as it examines the actions of environmental activists using the media in an age where truth is. Sep 29, 2017 in longlost footage from the scrapped documentary project that led to grey gardens, the film that summer captures lee radziwill helping her reclusive relatives bring their decaying mansion up. Today these debates go on in documentary film festivals around the world, from the sundance documentary competition and panels to the silver docs. During the course of the year, the girls fall in love with the same unavailable man, there is a death and a birth, and the river continues to flow. The documentaries cover everything from music and cinema, to literature, religion, politics and physics.262 276 955 54 1324 817 658 1617 157 261 786 367 481 1173 1534 613 993 784 1036 1481 988 171 1231 1325 1382 1036 1193 1350 290 1440