The true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years.
Disgusted by life and uninterested in earthly subjects, Lovecraft intentionally avoided reality when writing, veering into the unknown and inspiring the fear that lurks in nightmares. But, how do you portray the indefinable mythology that gave birth to Dragon, or the mysterious Cthulhu, or the uniquely strange Necronomicon? Directors Patrick Mario Bernard and Pierre Trividic asked themselves this question before responding with this unorthodox documentary that re-creates the atmosphere of claustrophobia, anxiety, and madness of Lovecraft s life and work.
After being struck and killed by lightning, a young man recounts the way he blackmailed his fellow classmates into contributing to his literary magazine.
When her wild younger sister Ashley, who suffers from bipolar disorder and drug addiction, goes missing, Libba Phillips pours all her time and energy into finding Ashley and bringing her home. As the years go by, Libba refuses to give up hope, and, at the expense of her marriage and career, Libba finds her calling in life: creating a much-needed resource center for other families whose missing loved ones have fallen through the cracks.
A comedy about a Halloween-obsessed high school senior who doesn’t think childhood passions should have an expiration date.
A collection of out of print videos and TV footage 1987-1998
Computer animation from the second part of '1984 Part One'.
Join Henry Phillips as he performs his first ever Stand-Up Comedy Special at the Lyric Theatre in Los Angeles. This is a special evening that includes standup, music, and special guests, all tied together with Phillips' own unique brand of humor.
Feature length documentary examining the troubled life and tragic death of college football standout and talented NFL running back Lawrence Phillips, whose scars of childhood abuse and abandonment haunted him throughout his career.
Short video art work by Canadian artist Mark Lewis, featuring figure skaters in a park at night.
The tragedy of Phillips’ death is that it came just as he was hitting his stride.. He was already the voice from the void; he was James the Boptist, a hard-partying rock ‘n’ roller that pioneered a new genre of Afrikaans rock music (despite being English) that sparked and fired a revolution. He was working with heavy-hitters William Kentridge and Warrick Sony on Faustus in Africa, staged in Grahamstown in 1995. This is a rollicking musical ride through all these incarnations, with frank insights from 80’s and 90’s musicians and leftie luminaries – from Johannes Kerkorrel to Lloyd Ross, Pieter-Dirk Uys to Zapiro by way of the Radio Rats’ Jonathan Handley and Vusi Mahlasela. It’s an intimate portrait of a wildly talented poet painted by those who knew him best.
Rocker Shawn Phillips -- whose genre-defying excursions into folk, jazz and progressive rock made him one of the most intriguing musicians of the 1970s -- delivers a career-spanning concert at Cape Town, South Africa's Kirstenbosch Gardens. Playing before an exuberant crowd, Phillips performs "American Child," "Radio," "Burning Fingers," "Calico and Rainbows," "Song for Sagittarians," "Ballad for Casey Deiss," "Moonshine" and more.
Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On is an American Reality series that debuted on November 27, 2011 on TVGN. The series follow the 90's supergroup Wilson Phillips and their attempt to make a comeback with their 5th studio album Dedicated.
Phillip's Wish is a television programme aimed at children, broadcast on the BBC, produced for BBC Kids World & The Britt Allcroft Company by Hibbert Ralph Entertainment.