Sisters are kidnapped at gunpoint, tortured and interrogated. What happens next will make you think twice about your own daily decisions.
Three actors learn that their respective performances in the film "Home for Purim," a drama set in the mid-1940s American South, are generating award-season buzz.
Jake is a self-professed 'artist and filmmaker' who can't quite keep life together in the face of other people's success. However his life changes when small-time thief Jojo breaks into his car and steals his briefcase containing a book on screen-writing and Jake's filofax of 'contacts'. Jojo's new script ensures he quickly becomes the talk of the town.
After winning best supporting actress at the SAG Awards, Golden Globes and Critics Choice, ANNE HATHAWAY reminds the Academy, one last time, why she must (and will) win at the 85th Academy Awards.
Laurent's fate is to be a soccer superstar. But he happens to fall in love with a Fabienne, 40. He is only 18, and his career is about to fall apart...
Devastation in two parts.
A teen tutors a boy who is convinced he is a literary construct.
Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones (2002) is the fifth of seven films in Kaganof's The Suprematist Compositions. These compositions are concerned with the nature of deity and are Kaganof's own personal favorites of his voluminous work, clearly inspired by the work of Kandinsky and Malevich. Synopsis: A slowly evolving re-mix experiment that seeks to fuse sound and image so that the eye hears and the ear sees. Featuring music by: Kraftwerk, Air, Underground Resistance, Thomas Heckmann, Ryoji Ikeda
Adapting its title and theme from Thomas De Quincey's murder text, this long-overdue return to narrative cinema by the great British filmmaker Peter Whitehead is based around a mesmerizing psycho-geographical exploration of modern day Vienna. The film incorporates a record of the subversive underbelly of the city into a poetic meditation on conspiracy theory, ecoterrorism, time and cinema, retracing the story of The Third Man. Adapted from a trilogy of Whitehead's own Nohzone novels, the objective and subjective becomes blurred as the film director merges with the fictional detective in a journey into the murky activities of covert counter-insurgency groups. Kaleidoscopic in intent, the film mixes Noh theatre, Victorian novels, Vienna after the war, opium, domain names and Jacob's ladder "pitched twixt Heaven and Charring Cross".
The powerful tales of seven diverse African-American women are woven together in this 1982 performance of Ntozake Shange's Obie Award-winning landmark play. A breakthrough portrayal of black women's experiences in America, the story combines music, poetry and dance to celebrate their unique culture while painting a poignant portrait of their terrible struggles.
On crowded Milan streets, two men execute a split-second payroll heist-in broad daylight-then begin a lightning-paced getaway, via every conveyance available. But after all, when a tough guy's returning to France (where he's been sentenced to death in absentia) after holing up in Italy for nearly a decade, he's got to have some startup money--particularly if he's going back with the wife and kids.
About existence from the perspective of 20 nameless black females. Each of the women portray one of the characters represented in the collection of twenty poems, revealing different issues that impact women in general and women of color in particular.
Consider Your Verdict is an Australian television series made by Crawford Productions for the Seven Network originally screening from February 1961 through to June 1964. It was based on a radio series with the same name broadcast on 3DB in Melbourne from 1958 to 1960. The television series was recorded at the HSV-7 Fitzroy tele-theatre in Melbourne. There were 163 one hour episodes. The series made use of a revolving cast to portray various court cases. The actors were given the details of a given case and instructed to improvise their performances to give the series a more authentic, immediate feel. It won a Logie Award in 1961 for Best Australian Drama Series