Hans suffers from insomnia. But there is help available! A self-appointed specialist guides us through this absurd study of sleep.
Humourous interpretation of the poems and writings of Soviet dadaist Daniil Charms. These are organized into a sequence, suggesting a storyline, about a poor Russian poet who lives in Vienna, falls in love and has several bizarre adventures.
Comedian John Bunny on a train all confused.
A short drama directed by Lennart Ruff.
A quadriplegic man is given a trained monkey help him with every day activities, until the little monkey begins to develop feelings, and rage, against its new master and those who get too close to him.
Depressed James and his friendgroup of idiots peruse town chased by a local hoodlums.
Film by Ray L. Birdwhistell produced by the Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute
Bicky is a normal boy, he is in a relationship with a girl named Mohona. One day they meet at a park, the story starts from here as time passes by Bicky faced three incidents.
Since 1950, there have been 32 nuclear weapon accidents, known as "Broken Arrows." A Broken Arrow is defined as an unexpected event involving nuclear weapons that result in the accidental launching, firing, detonating, theft or loss of the weapon. To date, six nuclear weapons have been lost and never recovered.Now, recently declassified documents reveal the history and secrecy surrounding the events known as "Broken Arrows". There have been 32 nuclear weapon accidents since 1950. Six of these nuclear weapons have been lost and never recovered. What does this say about our defense system? What does this mean to our threatened environment? What do we do to rectify these monumental "mistakes"? Using spectacular special effects, newly uncovered and recently declassified footage, filmmaker Peter Kuran explores the accidents, incidents and exercises in the secret world of nuclear weapons.
The flow of time and unseen human relationships are exposed at public amusement facilities in four California towns.
OMG! A Top 50 Countdown of the craziest moments in ECW history as told by the ECW Legends themselves!
A portrait of Southend-on-Sea, a town along England's Thames estuary, that includes everyday streets, people, birds, water, mud and sky.
If ever a film was in need of some narration this was it. Screened in four parts, lasting a total of approximately twelve minutes, it shows a bunch of old boys, some in full military regalia, others in top hats and suits travelling by boat from one dock to another. From there they make up part of a parade as they travel to a hotel. The men are Russian and Japanese envoys gathered by President Teddy Roosevelt to hammer out a peace deal to bring the Russo-Japanese war to an end.
The year 2037. Rugged soldier Max and weary sculptress Nicky try to sustain a relationship in a bleak totalitarian future plagued by war, nuclear fall-out, and overpopulation. Flashbacks show Max and Nicky's doomed romance throughout the years as things get worse and the world deteriorates all around them.
This film explosives the inherently dangerous occupation of astronauts and cosmonauts, who in the face of an unforgiving hostile environment, and relentless life threatening pressures, endured almost certain death in the pursuit to conquer the unknown.
OMG! It’s back, and this time with by far the craziest moments to date, as ECW rears its extreme head on this series. ECW knew no limits, so there is no shortage of OMG! moments throughout its history. Hear exclusive interviews from ECW Legends, including Tommy Dreamer, Tazz, Raven, Joey Styles, and many more as they tell stories behind some of the craziest moments in ECW history!
The WWE takes a look at the 50 most incredible and outrageous moments in its history.
OMG Volume 2 is the Top 50 Incidents in WCW. Volume one focused on WWE and Volume two will be just WCW history. Relive iconic moments such as Hulk Hogan joining the n.W.o., Magnum T.A. and Tully Blanchard s infamous I Quit Match , the Horsemen assaulting Dusty Rhodes and dozens of others in this countdown. Hear stories from the men who lived these moments......Tony Schiavone, Booker T, Vince Russo, Big Show, DDP, Dusty Rhodes, Kevin Nash and more.
Around the film hang fascinating questions about border politics, which I’ll touch on in an introduction before the screening. One of Eugene Buck’s motivations for making the film may have been his rough cross-examination during his kidnappers’ first trials, in October 1913, when defense attorneys cast him as a confused and unreliable witness against idealistic freedom fighters. On film he could reproduce the pursuit, the shootouts, his kidnapping, and his friend’s murder just as he had testified. Reenacting the crime on film may have been the best revenge—and a way to honor the sacrifice of Deputy Ortiz, a twenty-year police veteran and, for the era, a rare Mexican American lawman.
Vassar College's Department of Child Study produced this training film for nursery school staff, one of a series on "Preschool Incidents." Unstaged playground scenes of two to five-year-olds in conflict are shown, then repeated for further analysis and discussion. We learn how to "size-up situations," differentiating between "playful attacks" the kids can adequately handle themselves and truly aggressive behavior (as when "a child has gone on a rampage") that requires immediate adult intervention.