“This is an absolutely new and extraordinary subject. A juggler takes in succession about a dozen eggs out of his servant's mouth. He breaks all the eggs into a hat, and after having beaten them up after the manner of a cook, he extracts an egg as large as the hat itself. As soon as he sets this egg on the table there appears a tiny dancing girl, full of life, as big as a baby's doll, and who performs on the table some beautiful stage dances. All of a sudden she increases to the size of a ordinary woman, and jumping on the floor she delights the audience with her turns. The juggler and the dancing girl disappear in the most extraordinary way.” (Méliès Catalog)
As its title indicates, the subject in Production Stills is a series of production stills of a film that was never made, and that at the same time is the film we are watching. A perfectly enclosed narrative of its own production: the image is one long take (11 minutes) of a wall on which a hand sequentially pins a number of Polaroids, one after the other. The Polaroids depict the crew making the film; the synchronous sound allows us to hear in ‘real time’, their chatter and the hum of the still camera, so that we can anticipate the photos and assign faces to the voices we hear. - Artefact Festival
This film is a documentary based on three location scouts, who in the summer of 2010 went missing while on location.
In a film production office before an all-night shoot, Jane, the Coordinator, packs up to go home after a long day. But the phone rings, and a chain reaction of events and misadventures are set into motion that force her to stay, and stay, and stay, all night. From missing props and wardrobe to a missing actor, from angry power struggles to sexual misconduct, Jane and her faithful assistant, Justy, manage to navigate these messy, often political waters while keeping their heads up with bawdy humor, off color language, and professional solidarity.
Olive Oyl, a regular Rosie the Riveter, receives a blow to the head from a swinging grappling hook, sending her into a sleepwalking state. Popeye and Bluto, two rival factory workers, fight each other for privilege of saving her life.
Production No3 is a 2014 Kannada film directed by Om Saiprakash. The film stars Shivaraj Kumar and Radhika Kumaraswamy in lead roles.
"The cinematic mechanism cannot be completely deconstructed without resort to other means of mechanical image reproduction; a double system of representation is required; the apparent naturalness of the cinematic sign must be put into question by other indexical signs." —Thom Andersen
This documentary follows the production of Shinhwa's 12th album, "We", its promotional activities, and filming of the music video for their song, "Sniper."
Academy Award - winning filmmaker Peter Jackson invites you behind the scenes of his latest movie to witness the birth of King Kong.
A multiple exposure of multitasking.
Based on an acient Shaolin Temple legend, a cast of 20 ordained Kung Fu soldier monks display their tremendous physical skills on stage in the ultimate display of theatre and physical prowess.
Here is the challenge of media democracy: to change the way information flows, the way we interact with the mass media, the way meaning is produced in our society. This DVD – a collection of television spots and video clips produced over the years by regular culture jammers – is proof that anyone can seize the media reins and begin producing real meaning.
A teenaged boy named Elliot struggles to make friends and relationships while dealing with depression and self harm.
"A Pennybridge Production" takes fans of Millencolin inside the making of "Pennybridge Pioneers" with never before seen archival footage, interviews with the band and live performances.
A Norwegian Odyssey interspersed with adventures from around the globe. Follow Max and his friends as they tackle the gnar from the glaciers of Norway to the jungles of Madagascar. Jam packed full of action and humour; narrated by television's own Tony Bilbow.
Production material overview of what was used in Avatar
When former Video Production & Performing Arts alumni reunite, they embark on their last wild adventure; to save a 9th grade student from her brother, herself... and them.
A short documentary about the making of 'Good Morning, Vietnam'.
A 15 part series on how movies are (generally) made and who does what job and when.
Wendover Productions is all about explaining how our world works. From travel, to economics, to geography, to marketing and more, every video will leave you with a little better understanding of our world. New videos go out every other Tuesday.
Great Productions is a Pinewood Studios-based film production company, specialising in feature films and documentaries. Their current project is filming the 40-part documentary series Great West End Theatres. In their review of the series, the British Theatre Guide said "This film is as close as one can get to standing on the stage taking an ovation. This series is beautifully filmed and gets the balance exactly right between classy camera work, history, reminiscence and gossip." The Daily Telegraph, in its review, stated the "lovely documentary series is made by the director Marc Sinden. Its star, and – it transpires – the best documentary frontman of all time, is his actor-father: Sir Donald Sinden, 90 years old next month. Sir Donald has been let loose, offering anecdotes and memories apparently as they occur to him and the effect is enchanting beyond belief. It is also, at times, incredibly funny. One has the sense of a lifetime spent in this world, being poured out for our delight like glasses of vintage champagne. Great West End Theatres is financed privately, in order that artistic control can be maintained and this shows in every loving, angle-free moment. More money is now in the process of being raised from investors. It seems to me rather important that the series should be completed: this is popular history at its best."
Rabbit Ears Productions is a children's series that aired from 1984-1995 on PBS. The series features famous actors such as Robin Williams, Raul Julia, Laura Dern, Denzel Washington, Danny Glover, and others narrating classic children's classics either well known in the United States or from around the world. The series was featured in limited animation where the images move from one scene and disappear in the next scene. Rabbit Ears Productions has also won numerous awards, including Parents' Choice Awards and Grammy Awards.
Wabbit is an animated series starring Bugs Bunny. The series features many other Looney Tunes characters including Wile E. Coyote, Yosemite Sam, and the Tasmanian Devil.
Super Junior Mini-Drama, also called Super Junior Drama Series or Super Junior Productions, was a variety game show hosted by the Korean boy band Super Junior where they would write, produce and star in their own drama series. It first aired on August 16, 2006 on M-Net. Before each drama episode, the members will play games to determine which of two teams Prince Team or Pearl Blue Team they will be part of. The winning team will get a bonus feature for their drama. Their performances are judged and rated online, and at the end whichever team gets the most points receives a vacation to Japan.