A montage of images meant to contrast the natural world with the manmade.
There is always more than one way to look at anything.
Rachel Dolezal became infamous when she was unmasked as a white woman passing for black so thoroughly that she had become the head of her local N.A.A.C.P. chapter. This portrait cuts through the very public controversy to reveal Dolezal’s motivations.
A farmer tries to convince a girl to leave her life on a canal boat to live with him on his farm.
Successful movie director John L. Sullivan, convinced he won't be able to film his ambitious masterpiece until he has suffered, dons a hobo disguise and sets off on a journey, aiming to "know trouble" first-hand. When all he finds is a train ride back to Hollywood and a beautiful blonde companion, he redoubles his efforts, managing to land himself in more trouble than he bargained for when he loses his memory and ends up a prisoner on a chain gang.
Gabriel, a cop who seeks justice by his own hand, begins in a relationship with Raquel, the daughter of a corrupt police implicated in the death of his parents.
Contrast is the 2009 dvd release from Nimbus Independent. Contrast shows four different skiers that have a very different style of skiing from the rest of the world.
A visit to Cairo is included in the FitzPatrick Traveltalk series, originally seen in theaters between 1934 and 1938. Enjoy a brief background view of the city's beauty, culture, and history. It reminds us that camels were not natives of Cairo and lets us admire several horse troops on parade.
This brand new release displays the brilliant virtuosity of Kaori Muraji and the stunning photography from award winning director Joan Riedweg. Filmed at various locations in Spain including Aranjuez Palace and featuring the Symphonic Orchestra of Comunidad de Madrid and conductor Jose Encinar.
Directed by Irving Browning.
Directed by Frank Miller and H.B. Parkinson.
A fictional documentary that portrays the city of Dakar, Senegal, as we hear the conversation between a Senegalese man (the director, Djibril Diop Mambéty) and a French woman, Inge Hirschnitz. As we travel through the city in a picturesque horse drawn wagon, we chaotically rush into this and that popular neighborhood of the capital, discovering contrast after contrast: A small African community waiting at the Church's door, Muslims praying on the sidewalk, the Rococo architecture of the Government buildings, the modest stores of the craftsmen near the main market.
B.Skow cast four all natural fair skinned blonde beauties and matched them up to create a visually arousing movie called Contrast. Piper Perri, Iris Rose, Hoilie Mack, and Tiffany Watson.