Baldessari progresses from simple, static images, such as a rock in an empty room, to complex narrative scenes, like a woman eavesdropping on her next-door neighbor. Through the gradual integration of cinematic techniques—motion, color, sound, acting, editing and arc—the artist inverts the traditional Hollywood model, stressing structure over narrative coherence.
Directed by Mustapha Derkaoui.
This charming comedy by Koji Fukada (Harmonium) presents an awkward interaction between a wife, her husband and his lover that reaches an absurd climax. -JAPAN CUTS: Festival of New Japanese Film
A young fella's chance encounter with a girl on the street that didn't have a romantic epilogue.
A political satire in which an animated man with a drum is waiting for his cue.
Set to a bebop jazz beat, this documentary brings to life the extraordinary work of graphic designer Saul Bass, whose groundbreaking title sequences for Hitchcock's films transformed the art of movie titles. Through interviews with directors such as Martin Scorsese and Guillermo del Toro, this film reveals why Bass is still considered the medium's greatest artist.
When we lived in the house it was surrounded by forest, with a long unpaved driveway leading through the woods to the school bus stop. Growing up, my sisters and I heard voices, saw lights and dreamed of other beings. My mother and I shared a recurring dream of strangers on the driveway, where stonewalls marked the old main road through town. Our dreams and our memories converged into one experience, the experience of living in a haunted house. After the sale of the property in 2001, my recurring dreams returned and the question emerged - were we the ones now haunting the house? When I ask my father about the past, he answers with the Theory of Relativity, the Laws of Thermodynamics, and the speed of light. He dreams of being on a distant star, with a telescope powerful enough to show him how things used to be. Just as we perceive the moon, as it was 1.2 seconds ago and the sun, as it existed 8 minutes ago, great distances allow us an opportunity to look back in time.
In Toronto, Canada, a troubled police detective investigates fixed betting and corruption in the world of heavyweight boxing. He uncovers a plot by a crime boss to use computerised data to rig fights. Everything is resolved during an explosive finale, set during a world heavyweight championship bout
On the last day of his deadline, a struggling screenwriter must overcome writer's block to finish his screenplay. Meanwhile, his angry boss is coming to see him.
An champion light-heavyweight boxer batters a young challenger so severely that the youthful pugilist suffers brain damage. Remorseful, the champion decides to rig a rematch in a small gym and allow the punch drunk fighter the chance to achieve his dream of winning a boxing "title".
73 BC pre-Columbian New World. A humble soldier rises unexpectedly as the protector of a young republic. Now Chief Captain of a war-weary nation, Moroni defends his country with revolutionary prowess, but his greatest struggle will be uniting a beleaguered people.
SCANDAL's sold out March 2012 concert at the Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. This is SCANDAL's fifth video and third concert release.
World Title Classic was a wrestling event promoted by Ring of Honor. It took place on June 12, 2004 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Dayton, Ohio.
While researching an ordinary real estate transaction, title examiner Leah Farrell uncovers the mystery of a missing woman. When she is threatened by hoods for snooping around, she turns for help to Assistant District Attorney Paul Shaughnessy. As Paul tries to protect Leah from danger that looms from all sides, romance blooms.
For Andrew Kayo, life is a blank page. He is a struggling, chain-smoking, agoraphobic writer whose life has become so, pathetic that he can't even fathom a title for his latest screenplay. But when his typewriter actually takes control, Andrew's ineffectual existence becomes one of terror. In the end, Andrew will learn the hard way that words are hard to come by.
A hitchiker accepts a ride from a conspicuous driver and begins to have feelings of regret.
A man suffering from allegrophobia, the fear of being late, is late to work.
The Kostabi Show, formerly known as Title This, Name That Painting And Paint That Naming, is a television game show where art critics and celebrities compete to title paintings by Mark Kostabi for cash awards. Participants have included Ornette Coleman, Glen Matlock, Tommy Ramone, Lala Brooks, May Pang, Michel Gondry, Tony Middleton, Mark Bego, Randy Jones, Taylor Mead, Sylvia Miles, Ron Saint-Germain, Gary Indiana, Nicole Eisenman, Walter Robinson, Lee Klein, and Victor Bockris. The Kostabi Show has also featured guest musical performances by Ornette Coleman, Glen Matlock, Uncle Monk, Randy Jones, Derek Storm, Tony Middleton, The Willowz, The She Wolves and Glint. From Lisa Paul Streitfeld's review in NY Arts of Thomas McEvilley's new book: The Triumph of Anti-Art: Conceptual and Performance Art in the Formation of Postmodernism: "...Mark Kostabi's cynical conceptual art performance piece on his Manhattan cable television show where he invites critics to title his non-art objects. Those who once had a crucial role as adversary are now participants in the celebrity-obsessed shadow that has swallowed up authenticity in art. Kostabi has taken out a full-page ad in Art Forum as proof of this public triumph of the inauthentic. Is this public undermining of the critical apparatus the logical conclusion of Anti-Art?"
Straight Title Robot Anime is a CG anime that first aired on February 6, 2013 in Japan. The anime is created with the MikuMikuDance animation software, and is the first MMD-based program to air on TV.
A family of crooks assume the identity of an upper-middle-class suburban clan in the Deep South.
The Imaginatively Titled Punt & Dennis Show, known simply as Punt and Dennis throughout its second series, is a British stand-up and sketch show written by and starring comedians Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. The first series of 6 episodes was broadcast between 7 July and 11 August 1994. The second series, also of 6 episodes, was broadcast between 29 July and 8 September 1995.