Rich cousins marry after they are both bankrupted.
Directed by Luis César Amadori.
Business failure Ernest Todd is advised by his friend, Billy Breese, to enlist his wife's charms as a means of winning customers.
David Barton reveals America’s forgotten history and heroes in a very interesting and entertaining way. It explores some of the leading educators of the last 400 years and how they understood clearly that to educate a man’s mind but not his heart, as Theodore Roosevelt said, often produces an educated barbarian.
Generations of American children sat in dark classrooms and absorbed wisdom in the form of 16mm educational and social guidance 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. Now just as you remember them, Fantoma presents this collection of social etiquette films. Discover how to fit in, keep clean, choose between right and wrong, and behave yourself in the cafeteria. Films include: Lunchroom Manners, Soapy the Germ Fighter, The Outsider, Why Doesn't Cathy Eat Breakfast? & Shy Guy.
This short film introduces some of the fundamentals of Waldorf education. Originally produced for the Steiner Schools Fellowship.
From the makers of Class In Session, Bump Films brings you the newest DVD to help you improve your wakeboarding way! Higher Education teaches you every aspect of wakeboarding. The best pro riders and instructors in the sport give you the skills you need to be up and ripping in no time. Instructors break down each trick for you and you get to see slow motion footage of top pros from different angles performing the tricks.
Farocki revisits the executive trainer from his earlier "Die Schulung" (Indoctrination, 1987), this time holding a seminar with ex-GDR employees of a West German construction company.
.A young middle-class upstart Lin Ching Yi reluctantly takes on the task as understudy for her sick father who's a dedicated teacher to a band of mischievous working-class 3rd graders that initially proved to be much more than she can handle. Yet it is the matronly bond that is formed with her little urchin flock and her gradual understanding of the their poverty-stricken home lives outside of the classroom that raises the stakes for her as a teacher. It doesn't hurt that her empathetic male colleague Kit Chang provides support for her dilemmas also provide her a prospect as love interest. With growing ties with her students and school, Lin finds herself accepting the challenge for education of her community with her own education of love.
A young man in a leotard leads a group of animals in a sumo wrestling match. The bear is the final victor of all the animals, but then loses when he must face Kintaro.
Full film record explores a pre-Columbian tradition of folk therapy known as in northern Peru. Based on seven years of ethnographic research by Douglas Sharon, the footage documents the activities of Eduardo Calderon, a Peruvian fisherman, ceramacist and (healer). Scenes of the healer in various daily interactions with members of his family and local community illustrate the impact of Eduardo's charismatic personality and serve to underscore the importance which a specific cultural context has upon the diagnostic and healing process. Also explored is the importance of the local pre-Columbian ceramic art and iconography to Eduardo's healing practice; the use of herbs (including the San Pedro cactus), divination with the use of a live guinea pig, and the various ritual manipulations of the healer on his (table). Featured are scenes from a number of "seances" or curing ceremonies. The edited film EDUARDO THE HEALER was produced from this footage.
A young boy is taken from his cozy existence in the city to live with his grandfather in the wild countryside of Central Asia.
Directed by Ido Sela.
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.
Generations of American children sat in dark classrooms and absorbed wisdom in the form of 16mm educational and social guidance 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. Now just as you remember them, Fantoma presents this collection of social etiquette films.