Nick, is a young Scottish soccer player living in the big city. He meets Karen, and the two fall in love and move in together. Soon after, Nick exhibits signs of serious illness. As his body slowly succumbs to multiple sclerosis, he experiences a wide sweep of jagged emotions, and in the process gives himself and those who love him the strength to carry on.
On a remote, isolated, unnamed Lebanese village inhabited by both Muslims and Christians. The village is surrounded by land mines and only reachable by a small bridge. As civil strife engulfed the country, the women in the village learn of this fact and try, by various means and to varying success, to keep their men in the dark, sabotaging the village radio, then destroying the village TV.
A girl dying of leukemia compiles a list of things she'd like to do before passing away. Topping the list is her desire to lose her virginity.
A professional thief is sprung from prison with the assistance of a new partner who what's to know where he's hid his loot.
"Summer is gone" and throughout the forest, squirrels are working hard gathering acorns for the long cold winter ahead. But one young squirrel has a better idea...winning acorns by shooting dice. His father disapproves of the plan but can't make his son stop gambling. Winter comes and the father sends the son to the First Nutional Bank to retrieve the family acorn savings. On the way back, the son meets up with a mysterious squirrel intent on teaching him the evils of gambling...
Val is 23 years old and full of dreams. She travels to New York to become an actress. She is lonely in a strange country, in a strange city, with little money and no friends. In her path, she meets weird people who they, also, seek their dreams but everyday life gets in the way. Tired and hungry she sits on the corner of a building. Across the street a writer whose fantasy has dry out. In an instant she becomes his muse... At the Oscar's night she will be the one with the Golden Globe in her hands.
I Had Nowhere To Go is based on Jonas Mekas’s diary. It’s been over 70 years since he left his village in Lithuania to escape Nazi persecution. He was 22 years old. Today he is one of the last surviving members of a displaced generation and one of the greatest documenters of the human experience.
Saar is an HIV positive gay man living in London, where he found refuge from the religious kibbutz where he grew up in Israel. Ever since he was diagnosed with HIV, Saar has craved his family's love, while they struggle with fears and prejudices.
A Caribbean version of the old children's story of Hansel and Gretel. Two children disobey their mother and go into the forest where a "Cocoya" lives. The wicked witch invites them into her house because "little boys taste so nice." Based on the book by Lynette Comissiong.
A rebellious teen threatened with expulsion from school is offered an alternative: an experimental program in which she would counsel troubled children. Initially rebelling from the concept, she finds that her involvement lets her confront her own angers and eventually her family including a loving grandmother. With the help of a new friend, she eventually turns away from her trouble-making boyfriend and makes a new life.
A surreal encounter at Père Lachaise cemetery between a brightly coloured jelly pudding, tomb stones and Mickey Mouse.
Armed with a camera and eighteen clean pairs of underwear, Josefien Hendriks hitchhikes The Netherlands and askes passengers questions about faith, friendship, love and death.
Mike discovers that being the top-ranking laugh collector at Monsters, Inc. has it's benefits - in particular, earning enough money to buy a six-wheel-drive car that's loaded with gadgets. That new-car smell doesn't last long enough, however, as Sulley jump-starts an ill-fated road test that teaches Mike the true meaning of buyer's remorse.
On the morning of 31st December at a Belgrade market, Spic and Djosa are selling baby pigs and Christmas trees. The European mad cow madness is doing harm to their profit, mostly because Lister, an upstart with shallow past, is persuading people not to buy pork. The locals are waiting for a New Year's Eve with the sound of trumpets and popular songs of the past century.
NOWHERE TO GO is the portrait of Hisato YOSHIMURA, a young musician on the streets of Tokyo's Shibuya ward. What could have moved this young woman to be a street performer, what are her dreams? After initial success, Hisato is diagnosed with schizophrenia and has to return to her family home. 8 years later, the film crew decides to meet her again.
Hoping to bring his family closer together and to recreate his childhood vacation for his own kids, a grown up Rusty Griswold takes his wife and their two sons on a cross-country road trip to the coolest theme park in America, Walley World. Needless to say, things don't go quite as planned.
Due to psychological issues with performing his secret mission the undercover detective visits a private psychiatrist and tells her about the reason for his visit. When she thinks the detective is just another ordinary patient with a need for a "cathartic" conversation and discussing his heady action detective experience, she realizes he's a much more complicated case, a case she might not be able to take in her stride.
Sent into a drunken tailspin when his entire unit is killed by a gang of thrill-seeking punks, disgraced Hong Kong police inspector Wing (Jackie Chan) needs help from his new rookie partner, with a troubled past of his own, to climb out of the bottle and track down the gang and its ruthless leader.
Go Now is a 1995 television film directed by Michael Winterbottom and starring Robert Carlyle as an MS-afflicted soccer player/construction worker struggling with the onset of multiple sclerosis. It had a limited theatrical release in the United Kingdom and United States. It won the Prix Europa Television Programme of the Year 1995.
Boldly Going Nowhere was a proposed American television show for Fox. Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, and Charlie Day, the producers and stars of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, created the show along with their Always Sunny writers' assistant Adam Stein. While they did not plan to star in the show, they were the executive producers.
Going Nowhere Slowly is a South African cult travel-orientated television series directed by David Moore. It follows a number of off beat travellers as they cruise across Southern Africa, in an old American muscle car. Along the way, the characters share their thoughts and experiences, many times ending up in sticky situations, such as running out of gas, falling out of moving cars and with the occasional injury they move through the least travelled spots to find the unique and crazy people who bring the magic to those destinations. The show is completely unscripted. They travelled a total of 150 000 km in 176 episodes through the following countries, South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania and Madagascar This show managed to launch some of the characters careers as comedians, the well remembered characters include Vivienne Vermaak, Stuart Taylor, Marc Lottering, Ian Roberts and Fiona Coyne It has aired on SABC3 since 2005, when the first 13-episode season was shown. It was renewed by the SABC for an additional 153 Episodes over 6 more Seasons, the Series ended in 2009 after airing 176 episodes in 7 Seasons . In the United States, it is syndicated for broadcast on The Africa Channel. A book for the second season, Red Car Diaries, was published in 2006. This hit show syndicated across the planet, has become the most successful travel documentary out of Africa.
How We Got To Now with Steven Johnson is a six part documentary series that reveals the story behind the remarkable ideas that made modern life possible; the unsung heroes that brought them into the world – and the unexpected and bizarre consequences each of these innovations has triggered.