Follow twin sisters and first-time filmmakers Meaghan and Marie Wright, and indigenous activist Joseph Huyer as they set out to learn more about using business as a force for good. The trio drives across the country sharing stories of citizens and business owners adding a different type of value to the world through social enterprise. Hilarious, informative and heartfelt, this is a journey that will leave viewers ready to contribute to making the world a more inclusive and sustainable place.
Say hi to the new generation of protest. Protest has changed. Between the first UK student protests in November 2010 and the global uprising in the spring of 2011, a new radicalism, fuelled by modern technology, has hit the streets. Over 6 months of government cuts, a collective of filmmakers has had exclusive access to the backroom meetings of a group of London students as they hacked software, occupied universities and shut down banks. In the process, they've helped build the movement currently sending ripples across the globe. The Real Social Network captures the passion, the anger and the technology that has forever changed the game between those in power and us. With exclusive access to the backroom meetings of a group of London students, The Real Social Network follows them as they hack software, occupy universities and shut down banks on the way to building a movement that has sent ripples across the globe.
Small-town barber Max Haber ( Adolphe Menjou ), is the pride of his father, Johann, who owns an antiquated barbershop. Max adores Kitty Laverne ( Louise Brooks ), the manicurist, who loves him but is ambitious to be a dancer, so she heads for New York, hoping that he will follow in pursuit of better things. Mrs. Jackson-Greer, a New York society matron, has occasion to note Max styling the hair of a town girl and induces him to come to New York and pose as a French count. There he meets April, Mrs. King's niece, and loses his heart to her, as well as to Kitty, now a showgirl. At the theater where Kitty is appearing Max is the best-dressed man in April's party, but later at a nightclub Kitty exposes him, and he is deserted by his society friends. Disillusioned, Max returns home at the request of his father. Soon Kitty follows, realizing that he is miserable without her.
A Social Life is a short film about a career driven woman who's living the life she always dreamed of - online.
Noble Prize Winner Richard Ernst brought us MRI's through his pure research. It is technology that saves millions of lives and enhances the quality of life. He has a beautiful Tibetan Art collection, believes in positivity and is a nice guy.
In this provocative documentary, filmmaker Jaci Judelson follows renowned American photographer Tina Barney as she journeys to Europe to record the rarified lives of the continent's well-heeled gentry. As she captures aristocrats at home and play in ornate city apartments and grand country estates, Barney -- herself a child of high pedigree -- also offers insights into the nature of wealth, privilege and class.
Instructed teaching of social dances for the new millennium in dancing school Urska in Ljubljana.
Dispatches goes undercover in the secretive world of the people who decide what can and can't be posted on Facebook, exploring how their decisions are made and the impact they have on users.
A short documentary about Alejandro Jodorowsky's therapeutic practice of psychomagic.
A psychologist interviews the members of a therapy group for people with sexual issues as to why they're in the group.
Documentary about Brooklyn, New York's Rod & Gun Club.
BET Awards 2018 Live Stream : https://is.gd/LFCNHY The best and worst of social media are celebrated.
Generations of American children sat in dark classrooms and absorbed wisdom in the form of 16mm educational and social guidance films. Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Now just as you remember them, Fantoma presents this collection of social etiquette films. Discover how to fit in, keep clean, choose between right and wrong, and behave yourself in the cafeteria. Films include: Lunchroom Manners, Soapy the Germ Fighter, The Outsider, Why Doesn't Cathy Eat Breakfast? & Shy Guy.
Generations of American children sat in dark classrooms and absorbed wisdom in the form of 16mm educational and social guidance films. Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Now just as you remember them, Fantoma presents this collection of social etiquette films. For extra credit take home this second volume of 16mm behavior modification, because you can never be too polite or too popular. Films include: Skipper Learns A Lesson, What To Do On A Date, Social Acceptability, Your Junior High Days & Kitty Cleans Up.
In this gripping tale about the way social media impacts youth culture, a group of students discover how social media affects their friendships, relationships, and almost every aspect of their lives.
Live in Guitar Center, Hollywood CA 2011-08-06
Using real cases, this documentary demonstrates the extent to which violent criminals can use social media to locate and manipulate victims.