A spy learns the top secrets of a company.
Leslie Iwerks' documentary takes audiences behind the scenes at ILM with in depth interviews with some of the company's top talent and showcases never before seen footage highlighting many of their pioneering milestones. From creating the first ever computer generated character in a feature film to the latest advancements in visual effects for film franchises like Transformers and Iron Man, ILM has created some of the most memorable movie moments in recent history.
An animated view of the human body as an industrial manufacturing center.
Grierson set out to make "propaganda," and this film--with it's voice-over proclaiming the great value of the British industrial worker, without a hint of ambiguity or doubt--fits that category well. The authoritatarian narrator feels out-of-date and unsophisticated, but the footage is well shot and interesting, and the transparency of the propaganda aspect is almost a reflief at a time when so many films have hidden agendas.
Music is produced by different objects in an industrial and desolate landscape.
A wannabe porn director finds a sex slave to do with as he wishes. But he'd best beware, she's not what she seems and the ultimate humiliation may be his own!
The Ave Valley is, for more than a century, a territory seized by an imposing industry. Amongst ruins and operating factories, we descend the river on a journey alongside the banks of the present, unveiling the marks of the past.
After a life of richness, a conservative industrialist blames himself for abandoning his youth's left values. In existential misery, he keeps looking for a possible personal redemption after a foreign company buys his business. His life breaks into pieces.
Experimental film responding to the controversial Industrial Relations Bill of 1971.
This DVD is a 3 hour compilation of 40 full videoclips with bands such as Clock DVA, Foetus, Pigface, Killing Joke, Chrome, Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV, Christian Death, Eva O Halo Experience and many others. This DVD contains material from the 3 VHS's Industrial Revolution 1, Industrial Revolution 2, and Gothic Industrial Alternative Visuals.
Short designed to encourage the use of Technicolor for instructional and advertising films.
Through newly restored and remastered shorts, features, forgotten industrial films, promotional films, commercials, live television appearances and out-takes, Industrial Strength Keaton reveals the continuing artistry of Hollywood's greatest laugh maker, paying homage to a career spanning nearly every form of recorded visual media from 1917 until his final work in 1965.
A high school student really likes his shop class… perhaps a bit too much!
The global economy is in crisis. Our biosphere's inability to absorb human activity, combined with the exhaustion of natural resources, declining productivity, slow growth, rising unemployment, and steep inequality, forces us to rethink our economic models. Where do we go from here? In this compelling feature-length documentary, social and economic theorist Jeremy Rifkin lays out a road map to usher in a new era of sustainable development. A Third Industrial Revolution will unfold when three technologies emerge and converge: new communication, new sources of energy, and new modes of mobility. But, in the context of climate change, it needs to happen fast. Change of this magnitude requires political will and a profound ideological shift.
After her boyfriend ends their relationship, the dreamself of a heartbroken woman floats through the air over an industrial wasteland singing ballads of love.
The true story of punks, queers & criminals on a ride with two men who accidentally changed music along the way.
For his latest video, Industrial Revolutions, Danny MacAskill heads to an old ironworks and railway yard in the Scottish countryside where he makes the most of the crumbling masonry and train carriages with a blinding display of skill and balance.
Explores the importance of music-making in the life of a pulp mill worker in rural Maine.
This year's movie Industrial Strength is about teamwork. It's those behind the glory that tell the story of what it takes to compete. The crew again adapts a classic sports-journalism style. We mic the tire guys, engine guys, suspension technicians, mechanics and team managers who are the strength behind riders such as Ricky Carmichael, Ryan Villopoto and Davi Millsaps. Often overlooked, they are the integral piece behind the makings of a champion. A focus on each team is the framework for this year's movie. Nine teams are highlighted and their stories inter-woven in a sixty minute saga. Of course there is no shortage of high-speed action and slo-mo cinematography that has been the trademark of the TGO series. This ever-evolving series continues to deliver a fly-on-the wall perspective of what goes on before, during and after the motos.
Industrial Revelations is a Documentary show showing the connections between related industrial advances. The show's presenter has changed several times since the first series in 2002 hosted by Mark Williams.
Industrial Junkie is a British documentary television series. The series premiered on 1 October 2009 on Quest in the United Kingdom. Each episode sees engineering enthusiast Jonny Smith experiencing the processes of a particular industry.
Seven Wonders of the Industrial World is a 7-part British documentary/docudrama television miniseries that originally aired from 4 September 2003 to 16 October 2003 on BBC. The programme examines seven engineering feats that occurred during the Industrial Revolution.
What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us is a BBC documentary series produced in conjunction with the Open University that examines the impact of the Industrial Revolution on modern society. It was originally broadcast on BBC Two in autumn 2003.