Cheeky comic Craig Ferguson keeps it casual as he discusses '70s porn, Japanese toilets and his mildly crime-filled days as a talk show host.
Comedian and Emmy-winning television host Craig Ferguson brings equal parts satire and silliness to the stage in his second comedy special for EPIX. Performing on stage at the historic Town Hall in New York City, Ferguson offers hilarious insights on religion, aging, and of course the big three: sex, drugs and rock & roll—including his own delightfully surreal experiences with Mick Jagger and Kenny G.
Carlo Padial, writer and film director, responsible for cult films such as "Mi Loco Erasmus", dares to direct a "Venga Monjas". To that end he organized "The Ferguson Party", a descent to the collective hell of the barcelonese party and extreme kitxi Summertime fucking about. Padial falls by accident in the darkest side of bohemia.
A foreword warns against the peril of yellow journalism, and the story illustrates it by following events in the upstate New York town of Cornwall after prominant financier George Ferguson is killed. Two types of New York City journalists descend on Cornwall, one interested in facts, the other in getting sensational "news". Mrs. Ferguson is known to have been friendly with a local banker. The Fergusons quarrel the evening he is killed (by "burglers", his wife tells the police later), and she is arrested, spurred on by the "bad" journalists, who also manage to badger the banker's wife into the hospital. Meanwhile, young Bruce Foster runs the Cornwall Courier, and shows the big city reporters how to dig out real news while they attempt to subvert justice for their own ends.
Craig Ferguson, the Scotland-born host of the Emmy-nominated "The Late Late Show," takes the stage at Boston's Wilbur Theatre for this performance captured during the East Coast leg of his 2008 stand-up tour. Known for his amusing observations and wry humor, the newly anointed United States citizen takes a swing at a variety of pop culture topics.
Maynard touched the lives of musicians around the world in a way that cannot be explained, but celebrated. Trumpet player, friend and personal manager, Steve Schankman worked with Maynard's family and alumni musicians to develop a one of a kind tribute - a true labor of love and a celebration of Maynard's life as one of the greats in jazz history. Held September 20, 2006 at the University of Missouri-St. Louis Touhill Performing Arts Center in St. Louis, this tribute Concert brought together more than 30 alumni artists from Maynard's fifty plus years of entertaining audiences around the world. In a manner of words, the tribute was the ultimate symphony dedicated to a man they called "The Boss". His dedication to education and his pure love of sound made Maynard the kind of performer these musicians strive to be today. He is a beloved hero, entertainer, bandleader, mentor and friend whose legend will live on in every trumpet note.
Frances Ferguson, the eponymous character at the center of Bob Byington’s new film, is discontent. Like a lot of us, she does a bit of “acting out” and pays the price —an arrest, a trial, incarceration. And then a new identity, one that’s not terribly comfortable. Nick Offerman narrates this deviant comedy, based on actual events.
Craig Ferguson unleashes his trademark stream-of-consciousness comedy before a sold-out crowd, riffing on fatherhood, Helen of Troy and shark penises. His show's not safe for kids -- or the easily offended.
If you only know Craig Ferguson as host of The Late Late Show or as Drew Carey's sitcom boss, you're missing out. The gloriously ribald Scot takes to the stage in this all-new comedy special for a night of jokes and storytelling peppered with the kinds of words he's not allowed to say on network TV. Before a hootin' and hollerin' Nashville audience, Ferguson tackles every topic from celebrity sex scandals to booze to his own hilarious heavy metal past - all in an accent that makes him sound downright refined.
Verbatim: The Ferguson Case dramatizes and juxtaposes the grand jury transcripts of two key witnesses in the shooting of the unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, MO.
Beneath the fury of Ferguson unrest, an affable professor dedicates his life to actionable, peaceful change while attempting the grueling triple crown of ultra-marathon swimming.
UFC 216: Ferguson vs. Lee is a mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship held on October 7, 2017 at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, part of the Las Vegas metropolitan area.
On August 9, 2014, Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black teenager, was killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. The outrage over the killing mobilized Ferguson’s black community and it also sparked massive protests throughout the US. How could a tiny suburb that no one had heard about before serve as the epicentre for the new civil rights movement?
In the Fusion documentary Ferguson: A Report from Occupied Territory, we turn to the residents of St. Louis County to tell us what it’s like to be racially profiled and under siege.
A look at Sir Alex Ferguson's guide to succeed at leading after his 26 year career as Manchester United's manager.
This film captures an emerging generation of black activists who, in the wake of the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, were able to mobilize international opinion in favor of the protests in America. Although France is confronted with similar problems, the victims of French police brutality have not benefited from the same media attention. Not Yo Mama’s Movement explores the similarities and differences between the racial situations in the United States and France and how today’s activists navigate building movements for change.
Ferguson has appeared on the Tonight Show, Comedy Central, Comics Unleashed and ABC’s Family Channel. He was the Winner of the Seattle International Comedy Competition, Three time semi-finalist at the Boston Comedy Festival, Finalist in the San Francisco International Comedy Competition and named ‘Best of Fest” at the Detroit, Lucky Eagle and San Luis Obispo Comedy Festivals.
Maynard Ferguson with his orchestra performs his most memorable songs and he amazes the fans with his stratospheric trumpet playing. Songs include: MacArthur Park, Chameleon, La Fiest, I Can't Get Started, Gospel John, and Got the Spirit.
The Ultimate Fighter Latin America 3 Finale: dos Anjos vs. Ferguson (also known as UFC Fight Night 98) is a mixed martial arts event held on November 5, 2016 at Arena Ciudad de México in Mexico City, Mexico.
Happy family in the suburbs have unusual zest for life. Their secret? They're cannibals.
Featuring comedian Craig Ferguson debating provocative and timely topics in his unorthodox and iconoclastic manner. Each episode features a panel of guests which will include celebrities, comedians and experts, as well as the American public through social media. History is back on the History Channel.