Spanky & Alfalfa fake a toothache to get out of school.
Leelee Sobieski is brash, abrasive and vulnerable as a teenage child of divorce who hides her pain behind a mask of hard-edged gothic rebellion. Albert Brooks plays a man who is her total opposite, a precise and well-ordered menswear store owner of forty-nine who manages limited expectations and protects lonely secrets with pleasant ritual and quiet, ironic reserve. These two total opposites collide in conflict then come together in a surprising alliance, changing each other's lives forever.
A young woman who wants to marry an earl's son wants to refine the habits of their parents, people from a village that has been enriched in the overnight by selling their land.
Ski film maker Eric Iberg is back with one goal: To bring style back to a sport that is being taken over by Evel Knievel robots. Super star skiers Phil Casabon and Henrik Harlaut team up with skiing icon Tanner Hall to educate the world on their perspectives of style. Title: The Education of Style Length: 32 minutes Release Date: August 14th 2012 Producer: Inspired Media Concepts Director: Eric Iberg Editor: Shane Nelson Filmed: Mike McLeod-North End Collective and more Athletes: Tanner Hall, Phil Casabon and Henrik Harlaut Presented By: Armada Supported By: Oakley, Dakine, Monster, Downdays.eu, Newschoolers.com, D-Structure Pro Shop, mammoth Mountain, Whistler/Blackcomb, Mt Hood Timberline, Boreal Resort
In this documentary, a variety of directors and actors, many of them well known, give answers to questions the viewer never hears -- answers which, on the face of it, call into question the validity of the whole filmmaking enterprise and the culture which spawned it. The narration asserts that the theme is "art versus enterprise," but critics objected that the film is not sufficiently focused to back up that claim. It does, however, reveal a strong anti-Hollywood bias.
Lulu answers wrong on a history quiz after cheating off of Tubby. While sitting in the corner and wearing a dunce cap Lulu falls asleep and dreams of chasing Tubby through history to get back at him.
A math teacher is hired to teach on a school with serious disciplinary issues. He will face the bullying that a group of student suffer.The feeling of impotence for the unjustified practices will take Jorge to corrupt he's own moral.
Amalia and Eduardo prepare for their date, the only problem is that they live in different centuries. They will defy the laws of the time through the assembly and they will arrive at the right time to see their own movie. Thanks to the cinema, 100 years ago in Argentina there are no impossible loves.
Ask any parents and the most common problem being faced by them in the current times will bring out the real picture of the educational institutes functioning in our present social system. Fast moving towards the extreme commercialism of this noble profession, the schools and colleges of every major city are no-where less than any corporate business houses running with the sole motive of profits. Have they forgotten their actual task of imparting education to the future generation and Have they completely given up the nobleness of the profession….are the questions raised by this well intended project aptly titled "Paathshaala".
A 2003 documentary study of mainstream Cyberpunk films of the 1980s created by director Andrew J. Holden. The film uses the structure of literary theorist Northrop Frye to describe the common, repeating stories in Western culture, and how Cyberpunk can be defined and understood according to that analysis, with a focus toward American film industry portrayal of race, gender, and government.
Edurinti Mogudu Pakkinti Pellam
Generations of American children sat in dark classrooms and absorbed wisdom in the form of 16mm educational films. Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Fantoma presents this collection of patriotic films and Cold War classics. Revel in the American way of life, get a glimpse at vintage Homeland Security and learn what you can do for your country in such films as: Day of Thanksgiving, Duck & Cover, Red Nightmare, and You Can Change The World (featuring Bob Hope & Jack Benny!)
Generations of American children sat in dark classrooms and absorbed wisdom in the form of 16mm educational films. Through the flicker of dim projector bulbs and the warble of optical soundtracks a blueprint for better living in the Atomic Age was spelled out in no uncertain terms. Fantoma presents this collection of religious films and Sunday School favorites. No nuns with rulers here, just good old-time cinematic religion. Learn about the wages of sin, the secret to getting into heaven and find out why God likes nuclear power so much with such films as: Door to Heaven, Atomic Energy Can Be A Blessing (with Fred MacMurray), and Of Heaven and Home.
In the heart of the most closed and secretive state on Earth sits a university paid for and run by the West, which attempts to open the minds of its pupils.
Part of BFI collection "Shadows of Progress."
A troubled boy, who is angered by everything; but it's the little things that make all the difference.
An overview of waldorf education from the Sacramento Waldorf School.