A girl tries to 'move on' from a devastating break up with her ex, by practicing “7 Steps to Move On” with the help of her best friend.
A documentary that follows people from communities in the Southern United States in their various processes of becoming involved in social change.
A great documentary on the Move Organization and the repression they suffered from the racist and brutal policies of the Philidelphia police department and the US justice system
Part of BFI collection "London on the Move."
Hiromi & The Trio Project - MOVE: Live in Tokio Featuring Anthony Jackson and Simon Phillips 1. Move / 2. Endeavor / 3. Brand New Day / 4. Rainmaker / 5. Margarita! / 6. Suite Escapism "Reality" / 7. Suite Escapism "Fantasy" / 8. Suite Escapism "In Between" / 9. 11:49PM
The son of a famous street dancer tries to discover the truth about his father's tragic death 12 years prior. When he joins forces with his father's dance partner, he finds himself embroiled in a bitter rivalry that pushes him to his limit.
In the shadow of Africa's highest peaks, a new generation of Tanzanian girls struggles to overcome poverty and inequality. On the other side of the world, an all-female group of Australian teenagers sets out to raise money and awareness by taking on a challenge of new heights. What begins as a movement to offer a helping hand turns into a journey for two groups of young women that will climb together side by side to reach for the top of one of the highest mountains in Africa, Mount Meru (14,977 feet). Theirs is a touching story that reminds us that the efforts of working together can yield unimaginable results, and that by empowering girls today we ensure a brighter world for the women of tomorrow.
Michael Thomasson has devoted his life to video games. It's been his passion and his obsession for more than three decades. He owns over 11,000 unique game titles for more than 100 different systems. Why? Because there's something wrong in the back of my head, he says. His collection is so large, in fact, it's currently recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records. But there's one thing Michael loves more than his games: his family. The Last Move chronicles Michael's attempts to help his mother at an enormous personal cost to himself.
Superstar Nicole Kidman (Days of Thunder) stars in Room to Move, one of the star's earliest roles. Kidman is Carol Trig, a high school track star whose life changes dramatically when she meets and befriends Angie, a troubled dancer whose life directly affects Carol's. Pretty soon, Carol realizes her life has become more than she can handle, and she must learn to balance her time between running, the family she neglects, and her social life: particularly Angie. Originally intended to be one part of a larger miniseries, Room to Move features one of the world's biggest stars in one of her earliest roles. With its straightforward plot, this is a film everyone can enjoy!
Documentary on the occasion of 30 years anniversary of Pančevo refinery.
In this program that aims to sharpen your child's social, physical, cognitive, and emotional development through play, the kids get on their feet to learn all about movement. In addition to learning about the importance of warm-up stretching and getting a crash-course in the concept of dance, kids are introduced to the concepts of speed and size, move about to popular motion-based songs, rhymes, and games, and more.
A criminal plots a bank robbery hinging on doubles of the employees.
When her mother moves in, the life of a writer gets crowded.
Aerosmith's first official live DVD is a slickly produced affair that was originally made for and cablecast on the Arts & Entertainment network. The commercially released version is available in clean and parental advisory editions (for language) and also includes five bonus songs in a separate "extras" section not seen on the television version. By Hal Horowitz
One The Move - George, Trisha, Colin and Angela buckle up to present Road Safety as it’s never been seen before. On the Move, supported by the Federal Office of Road Safety, has all the magical Play School ingredients – songs, stories, craft and fun. Songs include many from the CD ‘Play School in the Car’ such as Six Little Ducks (with animation), Have You Ever Noticed Your Nose?, Animal Ride, Buckle Up, Driving Along, Carobics, How Much Further? and Traffic Lights.
Sheep's First Bike Ride: Bear and Sheep learn to build the word bike but it takes some perseverance for Sheep to learn how to ride this new WordThing! Duck at Bat: Duck loses the letter B from his baseball bat jut before the big game. He tries to build other words to hit the ball - Mat, Hat - but it's going to take a B to hit a homerun! Dog's Having a Party!: Dog and Duck want to throw a party at Dog's house. With the help of Sheep, they learn that H is the perfect party letter! They can make hotdogs, hats, horns and hula hoops. Hurray! Think in the Rink: Duck and Dog want to join Sheep and Frog in their ice skating show, but the enthusiastic duo gets carried away and breaks the ice skating rink. Will the WordFriends think up a good solution to the problem before the show begins?