A porn addict is threatened by a hacker, who orders the guy to witness him commit suicide online.
The story follows Risa, a girl with zero experience in romance. Meanwhile, a boy named Yuugure is the most popular student in Risa's school year. Even though the two have had no contact with each other in the past, they find themselves at school at the same time one night.
A paradigm caught somewhere between memory and grief.
All part of a series called LOGICAL PROPOSITIONS. The simple aim of this series was to didactically select several elements of film naturalism, which work to create the illusion of representation on screen, and make each the subject of a self-descriptive film using that element as subject and demonstration. So Lip sync is about sync sound and the disruption of it, Deep Space is about camera stability and invisibility of the camera apparatus, and Lens Tissue is about clarity of the image and focus. Each of them works by disrupting the element and foregrounding the effect on film, and flattening the representation from image to projected filmstrip.
The extraordinary story of the 'Hitler Émigrés', the refugees - mainly Jewish who escaped the Nazi regime in the 1930s and found refuge in the UK - told through the portal of Austrian portrait photographer; Lotte Meitner-Graf.
This documentary takes an in-depth look at the influential career of iconic photographer Annie Leibovitz, from her earliest artistic efforts to her storied tenure at Rolling Stone and Vanity Fair magazines and beyond. Intimately filmed by Annie's sister Barbara Leibovitz, the program features interviews with the artist as she works at home, along with telling insights from many of the celebrities she has photographed, such as Mick Jagger.
Lens Hand Foot is part of the Light Occupations series, in which Gill Eatherley performs simple investigations of the filmic equipment, particularly the camera and the projector, in short films that are each three minutes in length – corresponding to the length of a 100-foot roll of film. In films like this one, she explores the relationship of her own body to the filmmaking apparatus, playfully attempting to overcome the unbridgeable distance between them.
Lens and Mirror Film is part of the Light Occupations series, in which Gill Eatherley performs simple investigations of the filmic equipment, particularly the camera and the projector, in short films that are each three minutes in length – corresponding to the length of a 100-foot roll of film.
[Looney Lens: Anamorphic People] (1927) is unreleased footage by Fox Newsreel cameraman Al Brick shot through distorting mirrors.
This documentary, set in the Lower East End of Vancouver's downtown core, is a pretty honest account of life on the streets in urban Canada. It is aimed at educating high school kids on the dangers of addiction to hard drugs and is the brainchild of a group of city police officers who videotape their interactions with local homeless personalities.
The warping lens used to photograph 10th Avenue seems to puzzle the filmmakers.
Set in the near future, public service privatization and increased mass unemployment figures have spurred years of strikes, riots, and widespread disruption. In response, government restrictions on Internet and social media sites have been implemented. Anthony, who has interrupted his studies at university to look after his younger sister Sam after the disappearance of their parents, lands a job working in a records room and begins to discover the untold story behind his parents' disappearance.
Len, a mildly autistic man, is having trouble with day-to-day life after his mother's death, until she sends him something quite unexpected to help him on his way.
'Through My Lens' tells the story of students producing their first films on democracy and human rights. Students all around Turkey set out to make their films in the small cities they live in. While making their films they tackle many obstacles. First, between themselves, they need to agree on what democracy really is. Later, they need to tackle countless obstacles to finalize their films. When they finally finish their films, they realize the reward is much bigger than they expected.
As Sir David Attenborough turns 90, this intimate film presents new interviews, eye-opening behind-the-scenes footage and extraordinary clips from some of his most recent films. The doc, which was made for the occasion of Attenborough’s 90th birthday, was shot over seven years and follows him as he travels to Borneo, Morocco and the Galapagos to shoot wildlife specials. Anthony Geffen, the CEO of Atlantic Productions, commented, “This is such a special Attenborough film because unusually he is the subject. As I look back over the last seven years, I never fail to be amazed by his extraordinary ambition and drive to use the very latest technology to communicate the natural world to audiences around the globe. This film gives audiences the chance to see what it’s like to be on the road with David.”
“O” - eau- is a film shot entirely with a lens made of a water drop. Tracing the memories of a water drop and a girl exceeding time and space, eventually the boundaries of human beings and water drops melt down, leaving the audience to experience the eternal and non-existent world called nostalgia.
National Geographic holds court in the pantheon of magazine journalism for many reasons, the biggest of which is its breathtaking photography. But what makes a picture perfect? What goes into its creation? By taking ten stills and examining the work that goes on behind the lens, this documentary lets you into the world of professional photography and shows you the glamour, grit and guts that go into capturing some of history's best moments.
Black & White, Short Film, United States, Silent.
Two men interacting before a distorted spherical mirror.
Directors Courtney Hayes and Tim Gallagher stay close to their Massachusetts roots for this fascinating documentary that explores the battle between New England's close-knit fishing communities and a coalition of environmental conservationists. Focusing on two women whose lives and livelihoods have revolved around the fishing business, the film illuminates the debate that pits the economic needs of a community against the health of our oceans.
This acclaimed Emmy Award-winning anthology series features documentaries and a limited number of fiction films united by the creative freedom, artistic achievement and unflinching visions of their independent producers and featuring unforgettable stories about a unique individual, community or moment in history.
The 25-year-old son of a respected police officer reluctantly joins the force as a traffic photographer after repeatedly failing to get into film school in this intriguing Czech crime drama series.
If you’re like Flavorwire, your memories of Election Day 2016 probably involve unopened bottles of champagne, very much open bottles of cheap booze, and a creeping feeling of existential dread that has never really gone away since. If you want to see how the rest of America reacted to Donald Trump’s, um, unexpected electoral college victory, then you can tune into Epix next Tuesday at 8pm for the new documentary Election Day: Lens Across America.
Explores the development of photography from its beginnings to more recent times.
Lenßen & Partner is a German television series.
The two anime adaptations of Lensman novels are the movie Lensman: Secret of The Lens and the TV series Galactic Patrol Lensman. Although these were produced with the knowledge and consent of Smith's estate, the executors were so displeased with the result that for several years they rejected any other suggestions of adaptation. Several dub-only releases of the movie opened in North America, and the first four episodes of the TV series were released in a heavily edited form by Harmony Gold USA. Despite sharing character and organization names, as well as central themes common to the books, artistic license produced a final product altogether different from the source material.