Photographer Robert Kincaid wanders into the life of housewife Francesca Johnson for four days in the 1960s.
A disgraced NYPD detective after being thrust into a citywide manhunt for a cop killer, is given a shot at redemption.
A fading country music star (Keith) returns to his hometown, where he reunites with his childhood sweetheart and also meets his 16-year-old daughter for the first time.
A naval aviator is assigned to bomb a group of heavily defended bridges during the Korean War.
An aging couple hire a young actor to temporarily take the place of their deceased daughter.
Babysitter Elizabeth removes her infant charge from the home during a dangerous situation, but starts to wonder if she should return him... or keep him.
The true story of Ruby Bridges, an African-American girl who, in 1960 at age 6, helped to integrate the all-white schools of New Orleans. Although she was the only black girl to come to the school she was sent to, (and since all the white mothers pulled their children out of class, she was the only one there, period), and though she faced a crowd of angry white citizens every day, she emerged unscathed, physically or emotionally. Encouraged by her teacher, a white woman from the North named Barbara Henry, and her mother, Lucille, and with her own quiet strength, she eventually broke down a century-old barrier forever, a pivotal moment in the civil-rights movement
The plot of film is constructed on the basis of memoirs of the son and mother. They were divided with border between northern and southern Azerbaijan.
Puentes Amarillos: Aznar Plays the Music of Spinetta is the 7th live album of Argentinean musician Pedro Aznar, recorded on a free concert in Plaza Italia, Buenos Aires, Argentina on April 29, 2012 with over 50,000 people as a tribute to Luis Alberto Spinetta, who passed on February 8, 2012. Aznar covered Spinetta's career in 26 songs, interpreting both, songs from his former bands as well as a soloist, and a joint composition (Alas de la Mañana), and a previously unreleased song (Lenny Blues).
Two barge skippers fall in love with the same woman.
Famed Swiss architect and artist Robert Maillart was renowned for his concrete bridges; this documentary examines the elegant design of his engineering masterpieces, which, the film argues, embrace both functionality and aesthetics. Instead of following a traditional journalistic structure, director Heinz Emigholz's spellbinding film reads more like ethereal visual poetry, allowing the beauty of Maillart's work to speak for itself.
Comedy superstar Kevin Bridges returns to the stage in 2018 with his sell out new show -- The Brand New Tour. The show was filmed as part of Kevin’s UK and Ireland tour and his 19 night residency at the Glasgow Hydro. It’s written and performed by a comedian at the top of his game with Kevin giving his take on the modern world, social media, anxiety, religion, conversations with his dog and having Barack Obama as his support act. This is by far Kevin’s best show to date and really is a stand up masterclass.
Kevin Bridges: The Story Continues... sees Kevin return to The SECC to perform a record-breaking run of ten sold out nights to over 75,000 ecstatic fans. Recorded on a Saturday night in Glasgow, Kevin is in his element, as this home town gig shows off his no nonsense approach to comedy. He cuts through the niceties with his Glaswegian man in the street charm to the next chapter of his epic comedic journey.
Top Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges hosts this very special night of comedy live from Glasgow's legendary Theatre Royal to celebrate the Commonwealth Games coming to the city. Kevin takes to the stage in front of a live theatre audience to present four internationally-renowned comics from the Commonwealth countries. Appearing on stage are Canada's finest Katherine Ryan, top South African comedian Trevor Noah, Scotland's own Danny Bhoy and English comic Simon Evans.
York City's various bridges transform into an urban jungle (jazz version) or an alien landscape (electro-acoustic version).
“It all begins with how you feel on a bridge… You see how other people are busy and how you experience it yourself and so it becomes something about people.” The artist Marian Plug speaks to filmmakers Stansfield/Hooykaas while composing her large and intricate silkscreen “The Bridge.” After filming the many different types of bridges around Amsterdam, they interview workers who clean, paint and repair the bridges. Anchored by a buoyant electronic soundtrack by British composer Delia Derbyshire (known for her groundbreaking work with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop), the filmmakers brought Derbyshire to Amsterdam for the shoot, so that they might create ideas together and so that she could experience the rhythms of the city. The film explores different ideas of work, connection and positioning: a bridge means something different to a builder, an architect or someone walking over it.
Tashi, a man in his early thirties is forced to come back to his village in the remote northeast region of india after eight years when he loses his job in the city. As he stays in the village waiting for news of any new job in the city to go back to, he begins to experience the life and culture of his native place and his people. He gradually begins rediscovering his roots, which he had never paid attention to earlier. He meet and falls in love with a girl, Anila, a school teacher in the village who helps him in the process. The experience in the village begins to slowly change him and he decides to finally stay back in the village and not go back even after he gets the news that he has found himself a new job in the city.
t's 1915 and World War I rages as England sends the flower of its youth to the killing fields of France and Belgium. Two underage -- albeit patriotic -- boys (Mark Bint and David Harrison) decide to enlist, and the recruiting officer chooses to ignore their ages, allowing them to defend king and country. Will the boys return home to see their loved ones again?
Eugenia is a former pop singer who is bedridden and dying of cancer. She is cared for by her daughter, Helena, who dreams of traveling the world and wishes she could be a glamorous pop star like her mother was. Helena’s younger brother Sebastian's dreams are simple and he merely wants to move to the beach. Helena is smart and pretty but she has no friends, male or female and is totally devoted to her mother's care and is also on the verge of initiating an incestuous relationship with Sebastian. Sebastian however, is falling in love with a boy at school named Juan who is the school roughneck and the son of a single father who owns a little bar. Juan is the nemesis of the school preppy named Ismael who comes from such a wealthy home that he has his own chauffeur and bodyguards. Ismael's ping-pong obsessed girlfriend Aurora rents a room at Helena and Sebastian's house where Ismael discovers he is also attracted to Sebastian.
Nash Bridges is an American television police drama created by Carlton Cuse. The show starred Don Johnson and Cheech Marin as two Inspectors with the San Francisco Police Department's Special Investigations Unit. The show ran for six seasons on CBS from March 29, 1996 to May 4, 2001 with a total of 122 episodes being produced. The show has aired in over 70 countries. It currently airs in the Middle East on MBC's newly launched Action block MBC Action, DR2 in Denmark, Crime & Investigation Network, WGN America, Universal HD in the United States, TV1 in Australia, 13th Street in The Netherlands and Universal Channel in Serbia.