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JABBED: LIFE, FEAR AND VACCINES

Привитые: любовь, страх и вакцины/JABBED: LIFE, FEAR AND VACCINES

DirectorSonya Pemberton

CountryAustralia

Year2013

Running80 min

suitable for16+ years

To vaccinate, or not? What would you do to protect the ones you love? Diseases that were largely eradicated forty years ago are returning. Across the world children are getting sick and dying from preventable conditions because nervous parents are skipping their children’s shots. And it’s not just kids: adults, too, are being hard hit. Yet the stories of vaccine reactions are frightening, with rare cases of people being damaged, even killed, by vaccines. How do we decide whether to vaccinate or not, and what are the real risks?

Björk: Biophilia Live

Бьорк. Биофилия Лайф/Björk: Biophilia Live

DirectorNick Fenton, Peter Strickland

CountryСША

Year2014

Running97 min

Biophilia Live – хроники удивительного концерта Бьорк, происходившего в многомерномпространстве, где новые технологии, наука и природа вступают в свое взаимодействие.

Highrises

DirectorKaterina Cizek

CountryCanada

Year2009-2014

The projects gathered in the space of InDocHouse are positioned on meeting point of cinema and internettechnologies.

Unspeak

Year2013

The projects gathered in the space of InDocHouse are positioned on meeting point of cinema and internet technologies.

Your Brain on Target

На прицеле ваш мозг/Your Brain on Target

DirectorFelix Sobolev, Viktor Olender

CountryUSSR

Year1985

Running60 min

suitable for12+ years

This popular-science film describes various methods of the consciousness manipulation. As an example it shows propaganda methods mainly used in the USA. The audience learns that an ordinary advertisement can influence people’s habits and form a particular set of values. And if using a simple substitution of terminology in the news, it becomes very easy to change the people’s attitude towards one or another event, especially when it concerns war conflicts.

The Blown up Dawn

Взорванный рассвет/The Blown up Dawn

DirectorFelix Sobolev

CountryUSSR

Year1965

Running17 min

suitable for12+ years

In the mid 60’s, the films of Felix Sobolev played to capacity audiences all over the country. To a large extent, his pioneer works had a remarkable effect on the nonfiction films’ development. «The Blown Up Dawn» is a film-requiem, film-alarm and film-warning. It warns that a lack of mankind’s common sense can lead to the destruction of the earth through a nuclear disaster, as it allegedly happened once to a planet in our solar system, according to a scientific hypothesis.

Language of Аnimals

Язык животных/Language of Аnimals

DirectorFelix Sobolev

CountryUSSR

Year1967

Running65 min

suitable for12+ years

For many years humans and animals inhabit our planet. They live together but know so little about each other. Scientists set as a goal to learn the language of animals, to find out how ants or bees communicate between themselves. How do fishes and birds talk? How (which way) does the leader monkey command his band (?) Why do dolphins like to socialize with people? Thank to unique micro- and underwater filming along with long (extensive) motion-picture observation one (we) can penetrate (plumb) into mysterious (unknown, unfamiliar) world of natural life.

Me and Оthers

Я и другие/Me and Оthers

DirectorFelix Sobolev

CountryUSSR

Year1971

Running54 min

suitable for12+ years

This film remained unseen for more than 20 years as it disclosed the secrets of the mass consciousness manipulation widely used by the system. How independent are we in our judgements? How much are we influenced by others? To be like everyone – is a natural wish of a child. Children are often easy to influence and they easily present the opinions of others as their own. But for a grown-up this leads to a loss of his individuality (personality…identity), time-serving, conformism, and a formation of a psychology of slave.

The Secret of the White Jailbreaker

Тайна белого беглеца/The Secret of the White Jailbreaker

DirectorVladimir Marin

CountryRussia

Year2011

Running39 min

suitable for12+ years

This film is about the fate of a white whale named Yegor. Yegor was the first white whale in Russia to perform in a dolphin show. After 17 years at the dolphinarium, he miraculously ran away to live wild in the White Sea. The story of Yegor inspired the film-makers to the theme of relationships between white whales and humans. A special underwater high-resolution video device was designed to film the white whales in the wild from over a 100 meter distance.

The Heart Master

Сердечных дел мастер/The Heart Master

DirectorLiliya Vyugina

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running44 min

suitable for12+ years

The film is about a distinguished Russian heart surgeon Vladimir Burakovskiy who specialized in children's congenital heart disorders. For many years Burakovsky was the head of the Bakulev Cardiovascular Surgery Institute, where he founded a team of specialists, who performed a few thousand heart and vascular surgeries a year, as well as his own scientific school. He brought up a generation of cardiologists which continue his methods, and some of his students share their memories of him in the film. One of the interviewed is a patient who was operated on by Burakovsky himself.

Blood

Кровь/Blood

DirectorAlina Rudnitskaya

CountryРоссия

Year2013

Running59 min

suitable for18+ years

Everyday working routine of the mobile blood transfusion unit in Russia. A minibus with health workers and equipment for donated blood collection travels around the country, making stops in villages and small industrial towns, where long queues of people gather to get a chance to give their blood. Everyone is truly willing to become a blood donor although their motivation is a financial compensation they can use to buy food, and not to help people. One can earn about 850 rubles for 500 ml of blood, and this money is a big help for the unemployed, or those with salaries of 3000 a month.

Putorana Plateau People

Люди Плато Путорана/Putorana Plateau People

DirectorAlexander Sveshnikov

CountryRussia

Year2014

Running104 min

suitable for12+ years

A two hundred thousand square meter lava plateau lies beyond the Arctic Circle, to the East of the industrial city Norilsk. It is a place with hard to reach areas where no human has ever set foot before. There are three characters in the movie: a photographer from Moscow – Vladimir Koval, and 2 hunters – Viktor Sheresh and Boris Chevychelov. The characters are very different, and all ended up at the Putorana Plateau because of various personal circumstances, but their love of nature and their true desire to understand the sense of the human condition unite them dramatically.

100-Year-Old Man: Rules of Life

Правила жизни столетнего человека/100-Year-Old Man: Rules of Life

DirectorIlya Yakovlev

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running100 min

suitable for12+ years

There are places of power and healthy longevity on our planet, areas with a record concentration of long-lived people. What is the secret of these unique regions? How do they defeat age? Is it possible to live till 100 and stay healthy and productive? To answer these questions the «Science 2.0» TV channel film-team, together with a group of russian scientists, organize an expedition to study the territories inhabited by those who live longer than usual, and then, based on their research, find the ideal formula of longevity, or to put it another way; a 100-year-old man’s code of rules.

Chemists

Химики/Chemists

DirectorDmitry Zavilgelskiy

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running44 min

suitable for12+ years

Two friends – graduates of the chemical department at Moscow State University meet after a long separation. Both were very promising students, and one of them, Alexei Bobrovsky, is now a successful scientist and a glossy magazine celebrity. The other, Alexei Nikitin nicknamed “Doctor”, began a promising career, but later gave up science and stopped communicating with the outside world, until the day he watched a TV program where Alexei Bobrovsky was featured. This prompted him to make a phone call to his friend. Bobrovsky is thrilled to disclose the main mystery of “Doctor”: what made him give up science?

Happiness 2.0

Счастье 2.0/Happiness 2.0

DirectorIrina Vasilyeva

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running35 min

suitable for12+ years

The topic of happiness has preoccupied humans’ minds for centuries. People dedicate poems to happiness, argue about it, chase it, don’t believe in it, refuse it, but nevertheless, keep looking for it…and will continue to keep looking. So what is happiness? The filmmakers made an attempt to answer this challenging question. A special casting was announced for this purpose. The two main criteria for auditioning participants were: people who were going to speak about happiness must consider themselves happy, and their friends and relatives must agree with them.

The Revolution

Революция/The Revolution

DirectorRob Stewart

CountryКанада, США

Year2012

Running103 min

suitable for12+ years

Revolution is a film about changing the world. The true-life adventure of Rob Stewart, this follow-up to his acclaimed Sharkwater documentary continues his remarkable journey; one that will take him through 15 countries over four years, and where he'll discover that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger – it's humanity itself. In an effort to uncover the truth and find the secret to saving the ecosystems we depend on for survival, Stewart embarks on a life-threatening adventure. From the coral reefs in Papua New Guinea and deforestation in Madagascar.

А Simphony of Summits: The Alps from above

Симфония вершин/А Simphony of Summits: The Alps from above

DirectorPeter Bardehle

CountryГермания

Year2013

Running94 min

suitable for12+ years

The Cineflex camera, developed by US secret services, bring razor sharp aerial close-ups and breathtaking panoramic images to life. Filmed exclusively with aerial shots, the is a unique cinematic expedition, from the peaks of Mont Blanc over the Dolomites to mountain landscapes we discover the history and geography of the magnificent Alps.

Virunga

Вирунга/Virunga

DirectorOrlando von Einsiedel

CountryАнглия, Конго

Year2014

Running90 min

suitable for12+ years

In the forested depths of eastern Congo lies Virunga National Park, one of the most bio-diverse places in the world and home to the last of the mountain gorillas. In this wild, but enchanted environment, a small and embattled team of park rangers - including an ex-child soldier turned ranger, a carer of orphan gorillas and a Belgian conservationist - protect this UNESCO world heritage site from armed militia, poachers and the dark forces struggling to control Congo's rich natural resources. When the newly formed M23 rebel group declares war in May 2012, a new conflict threatens the lives and stability of everyone and everything they've worked so hard to protect.

Plastic Planet

Пластиковая планета/Plastic Planet

DirectorWerner Boote

CountryАвстрия

Year2009

Running95 min

suitable for12+ years

Werner Boote presents an up-close and personal view of the controversial and fascinating material that has found its way into every facet of our daily lives: plastic. He takes us on a journey around the globe, following plastic through its 100 years of «glorious triumph» and showing us what an unexpected impact plastic has on our world.

Russian national parks. Oksky Natural Reserve

Заповедная Россия. Окский заповедник/Russian national parks. Oksky Natural Reserve

DirectorMihail Kopylov

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running26 min

In floodplains of the Oka River there is a unique natural territory famous for its diversity called Meshera and that is where the Natural Reserve is located: the home and salvation for bisons, muskrats and Siberian cranes.

Russian national parks. Alania National Park

Заповедная Россия. Национальный парк «Алания»/Russian national parks. Alania National Park

DirectorIldar Izmaylov

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running26 min

The Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, The Digorsk Canyon, here three million years ago а glacier was formed and it became the most southern point of the planet glaciation. The Alania Park territory feels like a part of Antarctica – the glacier formed a unique ecosystem and a microclimate here that are changing dramatically.

Russian national parks. Daursky Nature Reserve

Заповедная Россия. Даурский заповедник/Russian national parks. Daursky Nature Reserve

DirectorMihail Kopylov

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running26 min

A characteristic peculiarity of The Daursky Dry steppes in Transbailkal is the diversity and variability of its plant forms and animals on a comparatively small area. You can find Tarbagan marmots, Asian antelopes procapras, larks and cranes. 99 percent of our steppes are tilled into fields but it is not the case for the Daursky dry steppes that are still being kept untouched.

Russian national parks. Taganay

Заповедная Россия. Таганай/Russian national parks. Taganay

DirectorMihail Kopylov

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running26 min

In The Southern Ural there are The Ilmensky Nature Reserve (the only mineralogical reserve in the world) and The Taganay National Park. Blue-green aquamarine, blue sapphire, red garnet, jacinth, phenacite, topaz and more than 200 other minerals are being reserved and studied here. The Ilmensky Mountains are known to be a unique geological place on Earth however it has been merely studied so far.

Russian national parks. Kedrovaya Pad Nature Reserve

Заповедная Россия. Кедровая падь/Russian national parks. Kedrovaya Pad Nature Reserve

DirectorIldar Izmaylov

CountryRussia

Year2013

Running26 min

Kedrovaya Pad Nature Reserve in Primorsky Krai is an untouched piece of Ussuri Taiga. Wild boars and sika deers that always lived here guaranteed the wild cats to survive in Primorsky Kray. However in XX century the industrial development of this region began, the forests were being cut down for the railroad to be built. The natural habitat of leopards and tigers began to decrease in area dramatically. The Reserve became their only salvation.

Is the man who is tall happy?

Счастлив ли высокий человек?/Is the man who is tall happy?

DirectorMichel Gondry

CountryФранция

Year2013

Running88 min

suitable for12+ years

Through a series of interviews, Michel Gondry illustrates Noam Chomsky’s theories in an animated documentary, where Gondry’s creativity and imagination serve Chomsky’s intellectual rigour. Chomsky has a memory, a knowledge of siences and history, a logic that are both unrivaled and overwhelming, but that are revealed to us by the means of Gondry’s naive yet complex animation drawings.

The lively, sometimes intricated, often touching and always very humane dialogue with Chomsky is depicted naturally by the stream of Gondry’s subjective animation. Using animated drawings, Michel Gondry brings to light Noam Chomsky both as an eminent professor and as a man.

The Immortalists

В поисках бессмертия/The Immortalists

DirectorDavid Alvarado, Jason Sussberg

CountryСША

Year2013

Running80 min

suitable for16+ years

The Immortalists is the story of two eccentric scientists struggling to create eternal youth with medical breakthroughs in a world they call “blind to the tragedy of old age.” Bill Andrews is a lab biologist and famed long-distance runner racing against the ultimate clock. Aubrey de Grey is a genius theoretical biologist who conducts his research with a beer in hand. They differ in style and substance, but are united in their common crusade: cure aging or die trying. They publicly brawl with the old guard of biology who argue that curing aging is neither possible nor desirable. As Andrews and de Grey battle their own aging and suffer the losses of loved ones, their journeys toward life without end ultimately become personal.

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz

Интернет-мальчик: история Аарона Шварца/The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz

DirectorBrian Knappenberger

CountryСША

Year2014

Running83 min

suitable for12+ years

The story of programming prodigy and information activist Aaron Swartz. From Swartz's help in the development of the basic internet protocol RSS to his co-founding of Reddit, his fingerprints are all over the internet. But it was Swartz's groundbreaking work in social justice and political organizing combined with his aggressive approach to information access that ensnared him in a two year legal battle with the Federal government. It was a battle that ended with the taking of his own life at the age of 26. Aaron's story touched a nerve with people far beyond the online communities in which he was a celebrity. This film is a personal story about what we lose when we are tone deaf about technology and its relationship to our civil liberties.

An Honest Liar

Честный лжец/An Honest Liar

DirectorJustin Weinstein, Tyler Measom

CountryСША

Year2014

Running92 min

suitable for16+ years

AN HONEST LIAR is a feature documentary about deception and the life of world-famous magician, escape artist and master skeptic, James ‘The Amazing’ Randi. The film brings to life Randi’s intricate investigations that publicly exposed psychics, faith healers, and con artists with quasi-religious fervor. A master deceiver who came out of the closet at the age of 81, Randi created fictional characters, fake psychics, and even turned his partner of 25 years, the artist Jose Alvarez, into a sham guru named Carlos. But when a shocking revelation in Randi’s personal life is discovered, it isn’t clear whether Randi is still the deceiver – or the deceived.

How I came to hate math

Как я возненавидел математику/How I came to hate math

DirectorOlivier Peyon

CountryФранция

Year2013

Running102 min

So math has always bored you, you’ve always accepted you were bad at it. In short, you’ve always hated math! It would be laughable if math hadn’t become of such paramount importance in our world: Apple, Google, Goldman Sachs are all based on algorithms and mathematical formulas. How is it that mathematics still holds such disfavor even as it now runs the world? Taking us on a journey around the world to meet the greatest mathematicians, notably Cédric Villani (2010 Fields Medal award), How I Came to Hate Math tells the story of how mathematics has changed our world for the better... and sometimes for the worse.

Waiting for the Superman

В ожидании супермена/Waiting for the Superman

DirectorDavis Guggenheim

CountryИрландия

Year2010

Running111 min

suitable for12+ years

Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim reminds us that education «statistics» have names: Anthony, Francisco, Bianca, Daisy, and Emily, whose stories make up the engrossing foundation of WAITING FOR SUPERMAN. As he follows a handful of promising kids through a system that inhibits, rather than encourages, academic growth, Guggenheim undertakes an exhaustive review of public education, surveying «drop-out factories» and «academic sinkholes,» methodically dissecting the system and its seemingly intractable problems.

Ivory Tower

Башня из слоновой кости/Ivory Tower

DirectorAndrew Rossi

CountryUSA

Year2014

Running90 min

suitable for12+ years

The documentary questions the cost and value of higher education in the United States. While the cost of education keeps increasing dramatically, as college graduates struggle to find jobs and have to work as janitors and waiters, the cost of education for the next 10 years will reach to around $184 billion. Director Andrew Rossi believes that the American business model became obsolete, and opens a discussion about alternative options.

At Berkeley

В Беркли/At Berkeley

DirectorFrederick Wiseman

CountryСША

Year2013

Running244 min

suitable for12+ years

The University of California at Berkeley, the oldest and most prestigious member of a ten campus public education system, is also one of the finest research and teaching facilities in the world. The film, At Berkeley, shows the major aspects of university life, its intellectual and social mission, its obligation to the state and to larger ideas of higher education, as well as illustrates how decisions are made and implemented by the administration in collaboration with its various constituencies.

Alphabet

Алфавит/Alphabet

DirectorErwin Wagenhofer

CountryGermany, Austria

Year2013

Running113 min

suitable for12+ years

We’re living in times of sweeping changes, crises and disori- entation. The financial system, energy, climate change: All the problems in these areas have one thing in common, they were created by humans. Many were created by humans educated at the world’s best universities and institutions. Is this mess a side effect of their education, or the underlying attitudes and approach? A documentary that analyzes the modern educational system and argues that it squelches children's capacity for imagination, creativity, and independent thought.

Alive Inside

Живые внутри/Alive Inside

DirectorMichael Rossato-Bennett

CountryUSA

Year2014

Running74 min

suitable for12+ years

As dementia continues to affect millions of elderly Americans, Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory reveals a remarkable, music-based breakthrough that has already transformed lives. Through revealing conversations with renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks and musician Bobby McFerrin, as well as powerful firsthand experiments conducted by the filmmaker and innovative social worker, Dan Cohen, this emotionally groundbreaking documentary demonstrates how music can awaken every soul.

Love & Engineering

Любовь и инженеры/Love & Engineering

DirectorTonislav Hristov

CountryFinland

Year2014

Running84 min

suitable for12+ years

Our modern life is largely designed by engineers. They like to invent and structure things and they are more at ease with figures and natural science than in relations with opposite sex. Atanas, a Bulgarian computer engineer claims to have hacked love, but can he help lonely and shy engineers find real love and real happiness? As he is trying to develop a scientific formula for the finding of a perfect wife, he uses other engineers as his guinea pigs; lectures them his ideas and sends them out to test them in the real world. He guides with them with wireless during their set up meetings with potential candidates: beautiful young women. Are the rules of attraction, sex and love scientific and if they are, do we really want to know them?

Sleepless in New York

Неспящие в Нью-Йорке/Sleepless in New York

DirectorChristian Frei

CountryCanada

Year2014

Running90 min

suitable for12+ years

Paralyzing, tormenting and overwhelming... Often laughed off as nothing more than an affliction of adolescence, lovesickness is the topic of a new, sensitive and compelling documentary film. Oscar nominated director Christian Frei and award-winning cinematographer Peter Indergand dive into the frenzied nights of three newly rejected. Nights full of pain and tears, yet also with wakefulness and creativity. Renowned anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher reveals the astounding and profound processes that unfold in the brain of the lovesick. She says: "The game of love matters. It matters big time." Exploring the difficult path out of self- destructive obsessive behavior, toward a new self, "SLEEPLESS IN NEW YORK" is a film for those in love, out of love or looking for love.

Population Boom

Перенаселение/Population Boom

DirectorWerner Boote

CountryAustria

Year2013

Running91 min

suitable for12+ years

A well-known nightmarish vision of the future: The Earth’s population reaches seven billion. Dwindling resources, mountains of toxic waste, hunger and climate change - the results of overpopulation? Who says that the world’s overpopulated? And who’s one too many? After the box-office success of “Plastic Planet,” in POPULATION BOOM curious documentary filmmaker Werner Boote travels the globe and examines a stubborn view of the world that has existed for decades. But he sees a completely different question: Who or what is driving this catastrophic vision?

Tim's Vermeer

Вермеер Тима/Tim's Vermeer

DirectorRaymond Joseph Teller

CountryUSA

Year2013

Running80 min

suitable for12+ years

Inventor Tim Jenison seeks to understand one of the most complicated mysteries of history of art: how could Johannes Vermeer, a Dutch painter, create paintings so realistic? His research and the discovery he makes are astonishing. In order to find answers to his questions, Jenison travels through Holland, where Vermeer was creating his masterpieces, wonders around the Northern Coast of Yorkshire, meets painter David Hockney and comes to Buckingham Palace to see the works of the master.

Dinosaur 13

Динозавр 13/Dinosaur 13

DirectorTodd Douglas Miller

CountryUSA

Year2014

Running95 min

suitable for12+ years

When Paleontologist Peter Larson and his team from the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research made the world's greatest dinosaur discovery in 1990, they knew it was the find of a lifetime; the largest, most complete T. Rex ever found. But during a ten-year battle with the U.S. government, powerful museums, Native American tribes, and competing paleontologists, they found themselves not only fighting to keep their dinosaur but fighting for their freedom as well.

Web Junkie

Сетевой Торчок/Web Junkie

DirectorHilla Medalia, Shosh Shlam

CountryIsrael

Year2013

Running76 min

suitable for12+ years

China is the first country to label internet addiction a clinical disorder. With extraordinary access, WEB JUNKIE investigates a Beijing rehabilitation center where Chinese teenagers are “deprogrammed,” focusing on three teens, their parents and the health professionals determined to help them kick their habit.

TPB AFK: The Pirat Bay Away From the Key Board

Пиратская бухта: отошли на минуточку/TPB AFK: The Pirat Bay Away From the Key Board

DirectorSimon Klose

CountrySweden, Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands

Year2013

Running98 min

suitable for12+ years

It’s the day before the trial starts. Fredrik packs a computer into a rusty old Volvo. Along with his Pirate Bay co-founders, he faces $13 million in damage claims to Hollywood in a copyright infringement case. Fredrik is on his way to install a new computer in the secret server hall. This is where the world’s largest file sharing site is hidden. When the hacker prodigy Gottfrid, the internet activist Peter and the network nerd Fredrik are found guilty, they are confronted with the reality of life offline – away from keyboard. But deep down in dark data centres, clandestine computers quietly continue to duplicate files.

Energized

Под напряжением/Energized

DirectorHubert Canaval

CountryGermany, France

Year2014

Running90 min

suitable for12+ years

Nuclear disasters, wars over oil and gas, climate change and ever-increasing energy consumption: We have reached an important crossroads. To keep on going like this is not an option. But how can we meet our energy needs without destroying our own existence? Is there such a thing as clean energy and efficient technology? And if so, why aren’t we using it?

See no Evil

Не вижу Зла/See no Evil

DirectorJos de Putter

CountryBelgium, The Netherlands

Year2014

Running75 min

suitable for12+ years

SEE NO EVIL portrays the daily life of three famous elderly apes who spend their days in retirement homes; a movie-star, a scientist and a crippled. We have watched and taught them for many years, as they have watched us. A sometimes bitter, poetic recapture of the intriguing relationship between Chimp and Man, as ‘remembered’ by the protagonists.

Basement Satellite

Спутник из подвала/Basement Satellite

DirectorKIM Hyoungju

CountrySouth Korea

Year2013

Running108 min

suitable for12+ years

South Korean artist SONG Hojun dreams of building a satellite and launching it up into space. In his underground art studio in Mangwon-dong, Seoul, he establishes OSSI (Open Source Satellite Initiative) and devises a plan to become the world’s first private citizen to successfully launch a satellite. He signs a contract with a French company called NovaNano which provides an adapter to install his satellite on a Russian Soyuz rocket. He also launches an effort to sell 10,000 OSSI T-shirts to raise the 100 million won (US$96,000) budget, but things get complicated. Online sales take a lot of work, the launch date keeps being delayed, and the technical challenge of constructing a satellite also drives him into a tight corner. Travelling through France, Russia, Argentina and the U.S., SONG finally heads for Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Can SONG's dream be realized?

Focus on Infinity

Фокус в бесконечность/Focus on Infinity

DirectorJoerg Burger

CountryAustria, USA

Year2014

Running79 min

Focus on Infinity is a cinematic journey to the places, people and machines that are involved in exploring the origin of our cosmos and of our existence. It is a very personal and intuitive investigation into the roots and boundaries of our imagination dominated by sensual perception. Not unlike an adventure, the film dares to voyage into the unknown, to the structures of our intellectual capacity and drive to explore. It focuses on the restlessness that characterizes the natural sciences, which drives research with increasing technological advancement and financial resources, and underpins the never-ending human ambition to fully understand our world.

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