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WATCH NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANEL

ON 27 MARCH 2017 AT  9PM

THE 43 MINUTE DOCUMENTARY TOOK THEM 6 MONTHS LONG TO MAKE
ON LORD SRI VENKATESWARA of THIRUMALA 

One of the world’s most iconic Indian temples and most visited Hindu pilgrimages on the planet, the Tirumala Tirupati temple opens its doors for the very first time to cameras of the National Geographic India. While most pilgrims will wait in line for hours for a fleeting glimpse of the god, this film will allow you to experience the temple and its surroundings like an insider would.

Why are we not making a bigger deal out of this episode? If it were up to me, I would have made a 30 minute documentary of ALL THE REUNIONS and produced CLIPS!, but I like backstories so
lol I did A THING!

feel free to add gifs in reblogs. I’ll reblog you. I would love seeing images of all of them from fetus days! Any reunions i missed?

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Famous For Being Famous is a 150 minute found footage compilation film comprised of clips from the internet (archive interviews, paparazzi clips) showcasing Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian’s meteoric rise to fame. In 2005, Paris Hilton was the most googled item in the world and defined what it means to be a celebrity in the new millennium. Today, Paris has launched her brand on an international level while Kim Kardashian has dominated US headlines and amassed 50 million Instagram followers. Our culture has always been fascinated with elite members of society, but with the power of social media and reality television, more people than ever can obtain fame. Why is our culture so obsessed with these figures? Are the Kardashians destined to fade into obscurity or will they be able to turn their 15 minutes of fame into 30?

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“Dan, at his core, is essentially a really good person. And I felt that that’s what Harry was. Harry has a goodness that you really can’t explain. You can only see it in someone’s eyes.” Chris Colombus

idc if red velvet isnt attending mama i better see a standing ovation and a 5 minute documentary on all their success when they win the best female group award thanks

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KTCA-TV aired The Minneapolis Sound in 1988, narrated and produced by Emily Goldberg. The 60-minute documentary spotlighted artists including Prince, the Time, the Replacements, Hüsker Dü, the Jets, Alexander O’Neal, and others, and it’s just emerged on YouTube.

“Right now, Minneapolis has become one of the major music centers in the country,” said Nelson George from Billboard, “in rock, pop, and R&B.”

The film includes short clips of Prince’s hit songs like “Kiss” and “Little Red Corvette” with commentary by Chris Moon from Moon Sound Studios and Owen Husney from American Artists reminiscing about when they first met Prince and how dynamic he was.

“He’s very very gifted,” says Robert Christgau from the Village Voice. “One of the most gifted pop musicians of the decade. Possibly the most gifted pop musician of the decade.” Not everyone loved Prince, though, even in his heyday. “Prince makes me wince,” says one music listener featured in the documentary.

The film also features a tour of Flyte Tyme Productions led by “Jimmy Jam” Harris — beginning with the “Hall of Fame,” as he calls it, featuring wall plaques that start with the Time and go all the way to Janet Jackson’s Control (1986).

“I say it’s a Prince sound,” said Harris, describing the Minneapolis Sound. “That’s where it all began. Everybody is taking different pieces of it and incorporating their own sound.”

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Born on this day: Humphrey Bogart (Dec 25, 1899 - Jan 14, 1957).

Watch: 35-Minute Documentary ‘Casablanca: An Unlikely Classic’ With Steven Spielberg, William Friedkin, More

anonymous asked:

twitter. com/exolsubs/status/840831693376376833 here you go! there's the full 3 hour show and a 40 minute documentary but there's no subs

kween !! omg thank u ive been luking everywhere i was gonna do my hw but….. now imma watch this

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2007 - Gifs from an 18-minute documentary on the Ssangyong Motors factory occupation, produced by militant railroad workers from Doro Chiba in Japan.

The Ssangyong strike and factory occupation in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, ended on August 5, 2009, having lasted 77 days. It began when 1700 workers seized the small auto plant on on May 22. Yet 976 workers were able to successfully defend it to the end – against repeated military assaults by riot cops, company-hired goons, and scabs.

The settlement, signed by Ssangyong court receivership management and the Korean Metal Workers’ Union local president, was a negotiated defeat for the workers; the surrender of the factory was followed by felony charges and heavy sentences against occupiers, as well a massive lawsuit against the KMWU.

Despite this, the workers fought valiantly and uncompromisingly for over 2 months, demonstrating a militancy and class consciousness sorely lacking in the world today. The Ssangyong struggle is an inspiration to workers everywhere – especially as the current crisis has been used as a pretext to further attack the working class. It’s about time we turned the class war back on its feet; the Ssangyong struggle offers many lessons for fighting back. [video] / [part 2]

anonymous asked:

Hi there! Can I have a matchup? I'm 5'3-ish and have long brown hair. I'm extremely sarcastic but pretty friendly if approached first, I'm not good at initiating the first conversation with people. I have tried a few different sports but badminton/volleyball are the ones that stuck. I like to game and read, and I am a complete space nerd and spend a lot of my free time watching those like 40 minute long documentaries. I'm pretty happy and bubbly usually but can get anxious at times. Thank you!(:

I ship you with Oikawa Tooru!


Oikawa is very protective of you so he’s always watching to see what kind of people are approaching you.  If he doesn’t like the way someone is talking to you he will immediately get them away from you.  While he loves it when you’re the happiest he’s always there for you whenever you’re feeling anxious.

He’s always trying to convince you to be his team’s manager, patricaly so he can spend that time with you and also since you already know a lot about volleyball.  Even if you don’t and play on the team he will be there supporting you during every match.  On the weekend he likes to have movie/documentary marathons with you, they’re almost always about space and aliens.

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2007 - Gifs from an 18-minute documentary on the Ssangyong Motors factory occupation, produced by militant railroad workers from Doro Chiba in Japan.

The Ssangyong strike and factory occupation in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, ended on August 5, 2009, having lasted 77 days. It began when 1700 workers seized the small auto plant on on May 22. Yet 976 workers were able to successfully defend it to the end – against repeated military assaults by riot cops, company-hired goons, and scabs.

The settlement, signed by Ssangyong court receivership management and the Korean Metal Workers’ Union local president, was a negotiated defeat for the workers; the surrender of the factory was followed by felony charges and heavy sentences against occupiers, as well a massive lawsuit against the KMWU.

Despite this, the workers fought valiantly and uncompromisingly for over 2 months, demonstrating a militancy and class consciousness sorely lacking in the world today. The Ssangyong struggle is an inspiration to workers everywhere – especially as the current crisis has been used as a pretext to further attack the working class. It’s about time we turned the class war back on its feet; the Ssangyong struggle offers many lessons for fighting back.
[part 1] / [video]