As a young couple fights for survival in the harsh California desert, they confront the choices that brought them to a crossroads in their relationship.
In an attempt to reconcile the problems in their relationship, Myra and James venture to an isolated cabin in the mountains. It is there they encounter an ancient evil that haunts the landscape, capable of turning people into deformed monsters. Not only will they be fighting for their relationship, they will be fighting for their lives.
The story of a teenage boy named Yu, who falls for Yoko, a girl he runs into while working as an `up-skirt' photographer in an offshoot of the porn industry. His attempts to woo her are complicated by a spot of cross-dressing - which convinces Yoko that she is lesbian - dalliances with kung-fu and crime, and a constant struggle with the guilt that's a legacy of his Catholic upbringing.
A young couple sneaks into an abandoned old house, where they use their cell phone to take some pics, capturing something more than selfies.
Following a sexy photo shoot, she goes to her darkroom to develop the pictures, soon to find out she's not alone.
A naive young girl travels to South Beach to become a model, only to find that everything is not as it seems. Her worst nightmares are confirmed as she enters the dark side of the industry and models begin to disappear.
A photographer's life becomes dangerous when one of his models is murdered.
We follow Sheriff Deputy Eric Weston in the wake of a Apocalypse as he struggles to survive the undead known as lurkers and put the pieces together to find his wife.
In the 16 mm film Exposure, an object reminiscent of a modern sculpture is depicted through a camera that revolves constantly around the object inside an industrial building. While the shots gradually move closer to the object, the film turns slowly from figurative to abstract and makes apparent the synchronized movement and interdependence of the rotating camera and the light source that is illuminating the object. The depicted object is a reconstruction of a sundial that was used in the 17th century.
Exposure is an experimental documentary that explores issues of race, sexuality and cultural identity. A dialogue between two lesbians of colour (Japanese-Canadian and Afro-Caribbean women) is intercut with photographs, texts, paintings and voice-over.
Claire, a young, workaholic, assistant in a contemporary art gallery, is determined to have the work of Mathew, a promising photographer, as the centerpiece of the first exhibition she will curate. Even though Mathew says he isn't interested, a romance develops between the two, but when the romance falls apart, Claire finds a solution for her exhibition in the journey she went through with Mathew.
A reporter runs into a pretty young girl who has inherited her father's failing business. She wants to give it up, but he tries to convince her to make a go of it.
Rookie film – plum, because looks like a popular movie star Ice was invited “Bana” crew became Ice avatars, crew seemingly calm, but in reality each person heist: salty director, producer wretched, mother shot makeup artist …… everyone with their own personal way of demonstration plums What is a “host”, “an off fame” and “hidden rules”! Under immense pressure, plum, it is often seen as a Grudge white woman appeared in the night, and this bloody white woman even others can not see.
Triple Exposure is a landscape film created with cinematic accelerations, a cluster of distorted visual impressions from the nature, a dynamic trip through the forest of the region of La Selva, Girona. The approach to the figurative elements (branches, leaves, trees, bushes, birches, heaven) are transformed by different optical effects to stand between the lyrical and the abstract.
TV producer CLAIR ARCHER, charged with the murder of her co-producer, hires top attorney Simon Mitchell to defend her. Though happily married, Simon falls for Clair's seductive wiles and then, in the middle of the trial and the torrid affair, discovers that Clair is guilty. Simon's associate, Lane, finds incriminating evidence against Clair. Simon tries to end the affair. But Clair cleverly sets up Lane so that when Clair kills Simon, Simon's wife suspects Lane -- and shoots her. Clair Archer is judged "not guilty" and walks away free.
When Clancy (Westley Scott) has a major problem with the mob because he can't pay a gambling debt, his friends help him out. Brittany (Tammy Parks), Megan (Ashlie Rhey) and Heather (Andrea Suzzane) pull together their friends to re-decorate an old building and make plans to have a wet tee-shirt contest. They have problems with parents, permits and pushy collectors, but the show must go on.
It's the dead of winter, and Daffy Duck is starving. A fox and a weasel invite him into their cabin and feed him beans. But they have an ulterior motive--namely eating Daffy.
A photographer for a men's magazine is haunted by disturbing dreams, in which he slaughters his models. When he learns that these models are dying in real life as they did in his dreams, he begins to go insane.
Camille, an assistant at an art gallery, hosts Masato Kimura, a Japanese video game designer who has come to France to promote his latest creation. Indifferent to his world, Camille finds the man inscrutable until Masato asks to use her face in his next game.
A photographer returns from an assignment in Mexico, only to find that she unwittingly smuggled cocaine into the country. Her model friend, who she suspects as being behind the drugs, is soon found murdered. It's now up to the photographer and the ex-cop in her employ to discover who killed the model before she herself falls victim.
After receiving a scholarship from the state, a recent Columbia University medical school graduate is required to set up his practice in an eccentric Alaskan town.
Northern Exposure was a supplementary video blog for the Northern Scotland edition of the regional news programme, STV News at Six. The first blog was produced on Tuesday June 19, 2007 and as of June 30, 2009, 180 episodes had been made available The blog was presented and produced by Norman Macleod, Andrea Brymer, Kirstin Gove, Chris Harvey and Louise Steel from STV North's studios in West Tullos, Aberdeen on a regular basis.
The Hairy Bikers head north on a big Baltic adventure in search of new cuisines to explore, travelling from Germany to Sweden via Poland, Russia, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.