Fringe Party is a documentary film exploring the struggles of small parties in Canadian politics during the lead-up to the 2015 federal election. As the candidates prepare for the political fight of their lives, they discuss and debate issues such as the role of government, the legalization of marijuana, religion in politics, electoral and systematic reform, and why they have the best plan for the future of Canada.
Famous for combining extremely simple line drawings with biting humour she lays bare the frustrations encountered by ordinary women in their daily lives. Candy Guard once disarmingly described her job as "writing funny stories and then drawing pictures to go with them", which goes some way towards explaining her success as both an animator and newspaper cartoonist.
The story of a mute hermit who lost his voice (or chooses not to speak) after a traumatic combat experience. He has a complicated relationship with his criminal brother and a stray girl, and there are certain problems they bring along to his almost autistic life.
Corruption in Southeast Asia does not always need to be fictionally invented, and Prachachon Nork is a case in point - it is based on real-life events played out on the lower echelons of society. When a farmer in a small village suffers the tragic death of his son because he could not afford medical help, he leaves the village for work in the city - and more suffering for himself as he joins the union, goes out on strike, and faces the consequences from the angered employers. Meanwhile, a student arrives in the village and tries to help out the farmers, only to step on the toes of the middlemen who want their profits for selling the produce. The student also suffers a terrible fate as his ideals and the reality of the cut-throat middlemen clash.
A TV version of the stage show originally performed at the Edinburgh Fringe (August 1962) and in London (Fortune Theatre, May 1961) and Broadway (October 1962).
The story of an Aboriginal family's attempts to forge a new life for themselves within the segregated society. At the urging of headstrong teenager Trilby, the Comeaways relocate from their family camp, to a house in the main town.
On 3 August 2014 Scroobius Pip released his first Live DVD Words, a 2 disc special released on his own Speech Development Records. The DVD features his spoken word show Words live at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013. Words was first premiered at Latitude Festival to a crowd of over 4000 festival goers. Scroobius Pip then made his debut appearance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a 19-show run of Words. The show sold out every night and garnered huge critical acclaim, with The Scotsman declaring it: ‘A bewitching mixture of too-cool-for-school nonchalance and laser-like intensity.
New historical documentary on the largely unknown period of South African B-movies, and the later cinematic identity of the nation that was established under the apartheid regime.
Documentarian Paula Weiman-Kelman tells stories of young Jews’ spiritual innovation in Israel and North America. From the Secular Yeshiva in Jerusalem to the Ghetto Shul in Montreal, Canada, and the Stony Lonesome Organic Farm in Virginia, these inspiring portraits show a cutting-edge Judaism for the 21st century.
A hilarious late-night lampoon of reality TV filmed live over two performances during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham, brilliant but formerly institutionalized scientist Walter Bishop and his scheming, reluctant son Peter uncover a deadly mystery involving a series of unbelievable events and realize they may be a part of a larger, more disturbing pattern that blurs the line between science fiction and technology.
On the Fringe 2011 is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 2 August 2011 and ended on 29 August 2011. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9.00 pm. This drama is the first Singaporean drama to be rated PG due to semi-realistic portrayals of teenage delinquency and gangsterism. It also marks the return of Li Nanxing after a 2-year hiatus and plays an ex-gangster recently released from prison who vows to start life anew. Li was previously known for playing reformed ex-prisoners and similar antiheroes such as in the original 1987 series of the same name and in The Vagrant.
On The Fringe is a popular Pakistani television show on Indus Music. It is hosted and scripted by the eccentric television host and music critic, Fasi Zaka and directed by Zeeshan Pervez. The show gained popularity and a bit of notoriety because of the way it conducts itself, i.e. by parodying the formulaic structure of most mainstream shows and asking questions about social and political matters from pop stars. When explaining the format and concept of the show, Zaka has said that people like Nadeem F. Paracha have caused shows like On The Fringe to have come about.
On the Fringe 1987 is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 18 Apr 1988. This drama serial consists of 25 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9.00 pm.
Tasai, Mitsushima and Ango are all married, but they want to have a girlfriend. They know that is not right, but they still want a girlfriend because they are not happy with their marriage life. Their problem is that they don't know how to find a girlfriend. Mitsushima then brings Ibuse Masumi who teaches men how to make girlfriends. Ibuse Masumi first had a girlfriend at the age of 22 and healso has experience having 11 girlfriends at the same time. ~~ Based on the manga series "Furinji Man" by Aoki Uhei.