An Indonesian love story of a young couple separated by indigenous traditions, the culture Minangkabau, Padang and Culture Bugis, Makassar in questions of wealth and social status to end in death. Based on a Bestseller Tenggelamnya Kapal Van Der Wijck By Prof. Dr. Hamka, 1939. The true story novel criticizes some native traditions that are not in accordance of the basic vogue nor the right state of mind.
After a loving wife murders a blackmailer to protect her husbands flourishing law career, she must watch as he prosecutes another for her crime.
Ronnie, Wal, Andy and Vic are four bored, unemployed teens in dreary, rainy Glasgow. Ronnie comes up with a great idea. He has noticed that stainless steel sinks are worth a lot of money and comes up with a complicated scheme: to steal sinks from a warehouse dressed as girls and using a stop-motion-potion.
Winsor McCay recreates the sinking of the ocean liner Lusitania by a German U-boat in this propaganda piece designed to stir up anti-German sentiment during World War I.
The story of a couple, Jimah and Pabi, whose marriage turns into violence and abuse when Jimah becomes disfigured in a domestic accident.
A funny adventures of a two young boys who are trying to rebuild the ship called "Emma" for their friend - the old captain.
Titania, a clumsy adolescent, sits in the tub, on the top of the plug-hole, the entrance to a murky world full of filth, bugs and hazards, which connects her to all the ass-holes in the world. Elements of this world now hover like Ghosts on the surrounding tiles, while Mimi Minus ruminates on the impossibility of love.
Minamo is a patient at a mental institute who keeps having the same dream. In the dream, there’s a small lake with a big bright moon shinning over it. Minamo sees herself in a boat on the lake. Her eyes are filled with tears of blood, and the boat is sinking slowly into the lake. The moon becomes red and she hears a voice calling her, Kagari… Kagari…
From acclaimed graphic novelist Dash Shaw (New School) comes an audacious debut that is equal parts disaster cinema, high school comedy and blockbuster satire, told through a dream-like mixed media animation style that incorporates drawings, paintings and collage. Dash (Jason Schwartzman) and his best friend Assaf (Reggie Watts) are preparing for another year at Tides High School muckraking on behalf of their widely-distributed but little-read school newspaper, edited by their friend Verti (Maya Rudolph). But just when a blossoming relationship between Assaf and Verti threatens to destroy the boys' friendship, Dash learns of the administration's cover-up that puts all the students in danger. Hailed as "the most original animated film of the year" and "John Hughes for the Adult Swim generation", the film's everyday concerns of friendships, cliques and young love remind us how the high school experience continues to shape who we become, even in the most unusual of circumstances.
The final phase of the war in the Pacific saw the sinking of the largest battleship ever built: the Japanese warship Yamato. Altogether, more than 2,700 men went down with the vessel, which was blown apart in a massive air strike. "Nova" joins an international team exploring the ship's watery grave in the East China Sea and offers interviews with two survivors of the sinking and an American pilot who took part in the attack.
Sailing a Sinking Sea is a feature-length experimental documentary exploring the culture of the Moken people of Burma and Thailand. The Moken are seafaring people and one of the smallest ethnic minority groups in Asia. Wholly reliant upon the sea, their entire belief system, education, and economic and physical development revolve around water. Sailing a Sinking Sea illuminates the Moken lifestyle through recorded traditional music, folklore and conversations with the Moken people. Through intimate and dynamic cinematography and audio recordings, Sailing a Sinking Sea weaves a visual and aural tapestry of Moken mythologies and present-day practices.
A docudrama that dives into the political and economic factors of 1912 that lead to the TITANIC disaster and appalling loss of life.
This is a film about love, ten bottles of vodka and a town that must sink. Because when hope is gone, Miracle is the last resort.
During the Falklands war England's attack on the ARA Belgrano outside of the conflict zone is reviewed 20 years later by a team of National Geographic hoping to find the ship and shed more light into what happened that night.
With no job and no relationship -- and no prospects for either -- twentysomething Webster (Maclain Nelson) opts to start over. He heads to his childhood home and climbs up a tree, where he plans to stay the entire summer in a house of his own creation. Not surprisingly, Webster captures the attention of his neighbors, who soon find that they have a stake in his mission as well. Jacob and Michael Hamblin helm this quirky comedy.
The Sinking of USS Princeton combines contemporary interviews with survivors and archival footage to tell the story of two ships, the USS Princeton (CVL-23) and USS Birmingham (CL-62). Hit by a Japanese bomb, Princeton would sink - but in trying to save the ship, Birmingham would take more casualties. find out how the last American Fleet Carrier sank in World War II.
Rats are glorious deserters and we must admire them. Rats don't want to be captains trying to keep the cause afloat. But swim on open water.
Bass takes over the upstairs Kanter-McCormick Gallery at the Art Center, expanding the territory of her gothic world in a new work The Latest Sun is Sinking Fast, an immersive, multi-channel installation incorporating 16mm film/video, sound, architecture, and featuring performances by Sarah Stambaugh, Bryan Saner, and Matthew Goulish. The solo exhibition features a spatial narrative installation that delves, through movement, texture, sound, and gesture, into the psychology of a recurring figure in Bass' previous films; while also introducing two new characters, blending the past into the present. Bass has designed the installation by altering the gallery, leading the viewer through a evocative memory of place, embedding us in a timeless society of lost souls in a haunted landscape. -Allison Peters Quinn, Exhibition Director, Hyde Park Art Center
STV and History channel documentary to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the sinking of the HMS Royal Oak at Scapa Flo Scotland. With harrowing eye witness accounts from survivors. Narrated by Alex Norton