A homophobic ex-basketball star is forced to face the reality that he himself is gay.
Errol Morris examines the incidents of abuse and torture of suspected terrorists at the hands of U.S. forces at the Abu Ghraib prison.
At a crossroads in his life, Doc Jennings goes home to celebrate his mother's birthday and uncovers dramatic family secrets. Lies, affairs and afflictions bubble to the surface of his seemingly perfect family. Can they come back together or is it too late?
Does someone remember that project of López Rega’s which, in 1975, thought up the construction of a Great Homeland Altar where all mythical figures of Argentine history could be in the same building? From San Martín to Perón on his pinto horse. From the Biiliken stamps of our childhood to Libertad Leblanc’s tits of our teenage years. All clichés of Argentine-ness gathered under one roof. But the construction delays. Workers entertain themselves with their own masturbatory drives. Or is it that Argentina is an impossibie construction? Always about to begin. always displaying great projects, great plans that never come to fruition. A second-rate country that hides its fundamental vacuity behind monuments. in Acha’s cinema, second-rateness is exposed, shown in all its lying pomposity.
A bored socialite finds fleeting romance with an artist.
The true story of a judge who lives a double life, and stays married to two women for more than 15 years.
Standard Gauge is an autobiographical film that examines Morgan Fisher’s work as an editor in the film industry. The film goes through scraps of rejected material along with commentary on the meaning of all the scrapped images. This film is an account and critique of the processes of meaning within film production through an examination of both materialism and the institution of film itself.
Standardized Patient offers insight into the work of Standardized Patients ("SP's")—professional actors who portray patients in a simulated clinical environment as part of medical students' training.
Experimental short where a camera turns over into a small apartment with a woman and a cat.
During the final days of the First World War, Officer Menis does his duty in defending the battle flag of the defeated Austro-Hungarian empire, while his fellow troops, a motley gang recruited from several different countries not loyal to the royal family, simply try to survive by any means possible.
A live action black-and-white prolog tells the story of how Walt Disney came to Hollywood with $300, was rejected by all the major studios, but went on to tremendous success, many awards, and a thriving studio. Titles then ask what this means to the Standard Oil Salesman, and a parade of Disney characters gives us the answer, featuring Mickey as drum major, Minnie carrying a banner, and the 7 Dwarfs carrying the letters "STANDARD" (Dopey gets stuck with the last two): Apparently the various ads for Standard will be featuring Disney characters in the coming year.
Yasiin Bey appears in a video demonstrating the Standard Operating Procedure for force-feeding prisoners on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay.
In late 2016, state lawmakers formally petitioned the DEA to loosen federal restrictions on cannabis for medical use. Without deliberating, the DEA rejected the petition, maintaining a decades-old prohibition alongside heroin and PCP. Enter THE GREEN STANDARD: a people's account of pot, prejudice, and the fight to end prohibition. Filmed for over a year throughout the US, the film looks at the men, women, and children on all sides of the issue and takes you inside their world of surprising highs and uncomfortable lows. From the refugee families of Colorado seeking treatment for their afflicted children to anti-legalization activists decrying the movement as greed-fueled hype, the film offers an unflinching view on our evolving perceptions of marijuana use, the untold costs of prohibition, and how legalization might (or might not) bring about relief. Moving, informative, and enlightening, THE GREEN STANDARD explores one of the most talked-about yet misunderstood issues in America today.
Tokyo concert from 1985, Keith Jarrett Trio
This is not a film about miniature horses... Rather, this documentary explores the idea of perfection as understood by The American Miniature Horse Association Standard of Perfection. The film questions the nature of such ideals as they are applied to the miniature horses of The Quicksilver Ranch in Solvang, CA .
Keith Jarrett Standards Vol.1
Keith Jarrett Standards Vol.2
90 minutes of things
A young boy is taught the wonder of standard unit of measurement by the world's greatest superhero: Measuring Man!
Standard Deviants is a series of edutainment videos produced in the United States dealing with educational subjects such as math, science, politics, English, social studies, foreign language, and SAT Test Prep created for elementary schoolers, middle schoolers, high schoolers, college students, and graduate school students in the U.S. Originally a Public Broadcasting Service Public television series, it blends essential information with Saturday Night Live-style humor. It is now a division of Cerebellum Corporation. The show is divided into many sections, using a humorous entrance to each one. An example of this is an Algebra subplot where Idaho Bones, based on Indiana Jones goes on a quest to find the Golden X. The Standard Deviants brand has two different branches: Standard Deviants for home use and Standard Deviants School for school or public use. Standard Deviants School products are accompanied by Public Performance Rights.
The Standard is a television series. Produced by BBC Scotland in 1978, it was shown on BBC1. The series dealt with an ailing Scottish newspaper - the eponymous Standard - and the attempts to reverse its declining fortunes by its team of journalists and administrators. Only one series of thirteen episodes was made. The series starred Patrick Malahide, Colette O'Neil, Tom Watson and Neil Stacy.
The Standard Snowboard Show is an American sports documentary television series airing on the Big Ten Network, Fox Sports Net, and various other members of the Fox Cable Networks. It is filmed at numerous snowboarding sites worldwide including Canada and New Zealand. Each action-fortified episode takes viewers into the most dangerous and spectacular locations where big mountain experts conquer avalanche-prone descents around the globe. A driving score matches stunning cinematography and an entertaining format, which mixes in compelling profiles and feature segments, all focusing on the exciting world of freestyle and big mountain snowboarding.
Emiru Yoshitsune is a 22-years-old who has just started working as a case worker to poor people needing public assistance. She has no knowledge about the social welfare system and struggles to carry out her work. One day, a man who she is assigned to help commits suicide. (Source: MDL)
Labor Standards Inspectors... are you aware of their existence? For the sake of the 52 million actively employed people across the nation, the government had set up this body to help ensure that there is safety at workplaces. Danda Rin, is an example of a very diligent and strict inspector. She doesn't compromise when it comes to the rules. The story opens with the transfer of Danda Rin to the new Labor Standards Inspector office. "She had caused her boss at her ex-office to go bald!!" is the rumor that accompanies her to her new office. Danda Rin is someone who doesn't do things in half measures, which is totally unlike the laidback male colleagues in the office. "Unpaid overtime", "Managers in name only", "Power harassment by managers"; these are all the things she fights against!