The black-and-white, silent short, Museum of Wax (1981-1987), is the more classically structured of Ludlam’s recovered films. Fluently adopting a silent-era cinematic language, the vaudevillian narrative follows an escaped prisoner (Ludlam) who seeks refuge in a Coney Island wax museum. The set-up is a clever ploy to involve the rows of wax puppets (and boxes of celebrity heads) in a whimsical deracination of gender conventions.
Director Laura Hyppönen takes the viewer to a surreal museum where mannequins dressed in sequined dresses come to life.
An extraordinary voyage of discovery to see the most impressive collection of works of art built up over two thousand years of history. VATICAN MUSEUMS 3D, a SKY production in collaboration with the Vatican Museums Directorate, for the very first time brings Ultra HD 4K/3D film cameras inside the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, to show the masterpieces in these collections as they have never been seen before.
Manhattan Mouse Museum takes a glimpse into the world of American Pop Art icon Claes Oldenburg as he tends to an assembly of small curios, objects, and artworks.
One night a year, a museum opens it's doors to exhibit a collection of cursed artifacts... But something hideous is roaming these halls, feasting on the flesh of the innocent. A cannibalistic horror is alive! The hunger is spreading, and the only escape is through the hordes of the damned.
While the Iraq war continues, a day’s sightseeing and the features of a German hotel provoke a stream of thoughts about events large and small.
A tour of the place will prove that sometimes one painting is not enough.
OPM duo MYMP (Make Your Momma Proud) performs live at the Music Museum.
For the world famous newspaper, the «Sunday Times», an English team of museum specialists determined the ten best museums of this world - Austria's Natural History Museum of Vienna was within the top ten.
Unreleased silent Super 8 film, shot in the mid 1990s; an early precursor to Museum Hours.
A MUSEUM ~30th single collection live~ is a concert DVD from Hamasaki Ayumi. it features a wide variety of her songs from early in her career, up to her latest releases (at the time). It also features a collection of unique costumes including a dress made of roses and a wedding dress with a very long veil.
The film juxtaposes/compares two museums: The Museum of Art, Ein Harod, Israel, which Samuel Bickels (1909-1975) built there in 1948, and The Menil Collection in Houston, Texas, built by Renzo Piano (b. 1937) 1986 . The method of natural lighting in Bickels‘s construction was the direct model for Piano, who adopted for his construction at the request of its patroness Dominique de Menil.
Documentation of the artist being hypnotized, wandering around in an immaginary art museum and describing what he sees there. Keller took lessons from a professional hypnotist to prepare for the piece Visiting a Contemporary Art Museum under Hypnosis (2006), let himself be hypnotized, and he also hypnotized others. The two-part video depicts a hypnosis session in which Keller repairs to the corridor of an imaginary museum hypnotized and describes the works which he sees there.
Toby works as a janitor in a museum and has his own way of handling the artifacts in the exhibition.
A Columbia Krazy Kat cartoon released September 29, 1933.
A short animated film by Tadanari Okamoto.
Originally produced in 1997 on the threshold of the Third Millennium of the Christian Era, and in celebration of the Jubilee of the Year of Our Lord 2000, The Vatican Museums was the culmination of three years of research and filming, the collaboration of thirty-two scholars and historians from around the world, a crew of forty directors of photography, operators, and lighting technicians, state-of-the-art digital cinematography, lighting, animation, and computerized editing, and the work of a famous composer with original performances by master musicians. Now available on DVD for the first time, this historic three-disc collection features seven hours of magnificent documentary film that illuminates and chronicles the great journey of the human spirit. Here then is the world's most spectacular and sacred repository of art, history, and faith.
Platinum-selling duo MYMP (Make Your Momma Proud) pack their first major concert with many of their hit songs as well as a few surprises. Vocalist Julie Iris "Juris" Fernandez and guitarist Jacques "Chin" Alcantara rocketed to the top of the charts with their hit single "A Little Bit," garnering them scores of fans. Other songs performed include "Waiting in Vain," "Every Little Thing," "Too Many Walls" and "Inseparable."
At the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center in Queens, New York, Dr. Janos Martin helps treat patients with severe mental illness by encouraging them to express themselves through art, whether in paint, sculpture, or collage. In vivid imagery, brilliant close-ups, and delicate conversations, director Jessica Yu presents the intricate, often visionary, work of these nontraditional artists, allowing the patients to describe their approaches and processes in their own, sometimes tangled, words. With patience and calm resilience, Dr. Martin offers feedback and ideas for best methods to the individual artists, who sometimes scream or are in tears, as he helps them displace their frustrations, and demons, onto canvas. Seen as a collective, these works illustrate the fine line between creativity and distress and illuminate the healing power of expression.