A mysterious condition compels a young man to run at night in a state of euphoria, creating a rift in his family.
CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS is the New Zealand equivalent of Bunuel and Dali's landmark avant-garde film UN CHIEN ANDALOU (1928). Made up of a series of sequences scripted from dreams CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS attempts to bypass the conscious mind to explore the subconscious. The film opens on shots of a man driving car along a multi-lane highway. Following a car crash the film goes into the man's mind as a flash of consciousness and emotions, complete with exclamatory intertitles such as, "Most mirrors are homosexual," dreamlike imagery and an electronic soundtrack by the New Zealand composer Ross Harris. Toward the end of the film we hear the sound of a woman panting in birth labour. As the images fade to white we hear the actual birth of a child and its bark like cry as it comes to consciousness of the world.
As drummer, songwriter and cofounder of Tourniquet since its inception in 1990, Ted's agressive, musical, and often unorthodox approach to the drums has been recognized by thousands. See where he gets his inspiration and how he transfers that passion to the drums - enter the drumming world of Ted Kirkpatrick.
Rhythm of Life is a Singaporean Chinese modern family drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 5 May 2008 and ended on 30 May 2008. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9:00 pm.
Rhythm Pals is a Canadian music television series which aired on CBC Television in 1956.
Rhythm City is a South African drama series that premiered on the country's free-to-air television channel e.tv on 9 July 2007 as a replacement to the now-defunct youth-targeted soap opera, Backstage, on weekdays in the competitive 18:30 time slot. Its storyline revolves around the trials and tribulations of those who are trying to break into the music industry and the infidelity, backstabbing, abortion, homosexuality, love and drug addictions of those who have made it in the business. According to the weekly primetime TV Viewing Figures, Rhythm City is proving to be a winner and the success of the show is an ongoing surprise in that its format is not that different from Backstage. Garnering an average audience rating of more than two-million viewers, the series often surpasses long-running rivals, 7de Laan and Isidingo, which air in the same time slot on SABC 2 and SABC 3, respectively. The series also airs in Ghana and is made for e.tv by Curious Pictures. Original cast members included Peter Se-Puma, Lucia Mthiyane, Jamie Bartlett, KB, Connie Chiume, Lungile Radu, Pam Andrews, Mmabatho Montsho, Setlhabi Taunyane, Mpho Molepo, Mduduzi Mabaso, Robert Hobbs, Wandile Molebatsi, Zenzo Ngqobe, Nokuthula Ledwaba, Kelly Khumalo and Wright Ngubeni. Original main credits included Rolisizwe Nikiwe, Beatmaker, Neil McCarthy, Andre Odendaal, Heather Gordon, and Ziggy Hofmeyr, Anthony Shaw, Anthony Akerman, Rosalind Butler, and Richard Beynon as well as Makgano Mamabolo, Lodi Matsetela, Justine Loots, and Zamo Mkhwanazi.
Rhythm Rodeo was a short-lived American television series which aired on the DuMont Television Network from August 6, 1950 to January 7, 1951. Each 30-minute episode was broadcast live. Despite its name, it featured many different types of popular music, although the original premise of the show was to showcase country and western music. The series starred noted singer Art Jarrett, and also featured Paula Wray and the Star Noters. The series aired on Sunday nights at 8 pm EST opposite the popular The Ed Sullivan Show on CBS and The Colgate Comedy Hour on NBC, and was cancelled after the January 7 broadcast.
Rhythm & Blues is a short-lived 1992 American sitcom that aired on NBC for only five weeks from September 24, 1992 to October 22, 1992 with an additional left over episode airing on February 19, 1993. The show stars Roger Kabler, Anna Maria Horsford, Ron Glass, Troy Curvey Jr., Vanessa Bell Calloway, Miguel A. Nunez, Jr., and Christopher Babers. The premise of the show stars Kabler as Bobby Soul, a white man who gets hired on a black radio station after being initially mistaken as a black man. Despite being listed among NBC's Must See TV Thursday night lineup after A Different World at 8:00 and before Cheers at 9:00, the show was cancelled after only five weeks due to low ratings. The show was heavily criticized for relying on traditional black stereotypes for its humor. TV Guide said that: "What makes a show built on white jokes any better than a show built on black jokes?"
Flight to Rhythm, also known as The Delora Bueno Show, was an early American television program which aired on the DuMont Television Network, and was produced by Bob Loewi, son of DuMont executive Mortimer Loewi .
In the Four Islands Archipelago, people can use Grav-Shoes to fly around! This is the story of Asuka Kurashina, a transfer student that arrives at Kunahama Academy from outside the Four Islands. After seeing the ability of wearers to soar in the sky, she quickly develops an interest in flying with the Grav-Shoes and also joins the school's FC (Flying Circus) club to further her passion.
Caribbean Rhythms was a music video program that formerly aired on BET. It was hosted by Rachel Stuart, who went by her first name only, "Rachel".