uma iniciativa da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian uma produção da Vende-se Filmes em co-produção com RTP
Uma proposta para a história do corpo a partir do percurso de uma das maiores companhias de dança portuguesas do século XX. O documentário de Marco Martins caminha a par do desenvolvimento da dança em Portugal e da história política, económica e sociocultural do país. UM CORPO QUE DANÇA é a história da vivência de um novo corpo, em transformação, que se liberta do fascismo, e de uma sociedade em mudança que se abre ao mundo exterior. A partir de imagens de arquivo inéditas e entrevistas a vários criadores e bailarinos acompanhamos o trajeto de uma companhia extraordinária, através dos movimentos e das palavras dos seus protagonistas, da sua génese no início dos anos 60 até à extinção em 2005.
Patagonia Films presents: Treeline. Follow a group of skiers, snowboarders, scientists and healers to the birch forests of Japan, the red cedars of British Columbia and the bristlecones of Nevada, as they explore an ancient story written in rings.
Directed by Jordan Manley
Producers: Laura Yale, Monika McClure
Executive Producers: Alex Lowther, Jimmy Hopper, Josh Nielsen
Cinematography, editing, principal sound design: Jordan Manley
Additional Cinematography: Scott Secco
Associate Producers: Garrett Grove, Lisa Ida, Soichiro Uchino, Mie Sawatari
Editorial Advisors: Daniel Irvine, Chad Manley
Motion Graphics: Daniel Irvine
Additional Sound Design and Mix: Jeff Yellen / Ridgeline Sound
Cast & Athletes
Taro Tamai Hidehiko Wajima Kazushi “Orange Man” Yamauchi Yuki Miyazaki Alex Yoder Leah Evans Carston Oliver Laura Yale Connie Millar Diane Delaney Michael Cohen Deb MacKillop Suzanne Simard Akihiko Tamaki Konami Tsukamoto
Still Photographer: Garrett Grove
Additional Audio Recordings: Travis Rummel / Felt Soul Media
Assistant Camera: Ryan Christiansen
Assistant Editor: Bill Hawley
Additional Footage: Nick Leboe
Japan Field Producer: Yuki Miyazaki
Translators: Yuki Miyazaki, Yuko Yoshikawa, Yosh Haggerty, Young-kil Jung, ￼Lisa Ida
In 1971at the world premiere of Death in Venice in London, Italian director Luchino Visconti proclaimed Björn Andrésen, the teen star of his latest film, "The most beautiful boy in the world.” This is the story of a boy who was thrust to international stardom for his iconic looks and lived a life of glamour. 50 years later, Björn looks back.
“Beethoven’s Ninth” is a music documentary on the occasion of the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven. To this day, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is one of the most popular pieces of classical music around the world. In this 90-minute film, you will discover new interpretations of the famous Ninth, performed by passionate musicians.
Watch as Greek conductor Teodor Currentzis works on Beethoven’s Ninth with his ensemble, MusicAeterna. Or observe Chinese composer and Oscar winner Tan Dun as he creates a new composition inspired by the great Beethoven symphony. Experience first-hand the Orchestre Symphonique Kimbanguiste in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as they interpret the Ninth, in part using instruments built by the musicians themselves. Visit a favela in Brazil, where Beethovens’s music helps people get off the streets. Be amazed as a choir of 10,000 in Japan sings the “Ode to Joy,” the final chorus of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, with great enthusiasm. Learn how Paul Whittaker helps make Beethoven, who himself became deaf, accessible for deaf people. And find out how British DJ Gabriel Prokofiev performs a symphonic remix of Beethoven’s Ninth.
At the end of this musical journey, you will see that in every country on the globe, people dream of a better world in which human beings can live as brothers and sisters. In playing and singing Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, this dream becomes true, if only for a moment.
A breathtaking documentary about the greatest symphony of all times.
No momento em que têm início as comemorações do centenário de Clarice Lispector, a TV Cultura exibe um programa especial sobre a obra da escritora. O programa inclui entrevistas com o biógrafo de Clarice, Benjamim Moser, e com o editor de seus livros na Editora Rocco, Pedro Vasquez. Também foram resgatados trechos de entrevista que ela concedeu ao repórter Julio Lerner, da TV Cultura, que foi exibida no programa Panorama, em 1977.
From director Todd Douglas Miller (Dinosaur 13) comes a cinematic event fifty years in the making. Crafted from a newly discovered trove of 65mm footage, and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, Apollo 11 takes us straight to the heart of NASA’s most celebrated mission—the one that first put men on the moon, and forever made Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin into household names. Immersed in the perspectives of the astronauts, the team in Mission Control, and the millions of spectators on the ground, we vividly experience those momentous days and hours in 1969 when humankind took a giant leap into the future.
Before empires and royalty, before pottery and writing, before metal tools and weapons – there was cheese. As early as 8000 BCE, Neolithic farmers began a legacy of cheesemaking almost as old as civilization. Today, the world produces roughly 22 billion kilograms of cheese a year, shipped and consumed around the globe. Paul Kindstedt shares the history of one of our oldest and most beloved foods. Lesson by Paul S. Kindstedt, directed by Charlotte Cambon.