This short film consists of a crazy old colonel being asked to entertain party guests about his exploits of daring. However, being a totally insane old coot, he runs amok acting out his war-time heroics--smashing and throwing everything in the room!
Police find that everyone had a motive for the murder of a wealthy woman.
Louder Than 11 in association with Traversi Entertainment present “The Swiss Account”. A documentary film about the lives of three American friends bouldering in Switzerland during the fall of 2010.
A crime film directed by Leslie Howard Gordon...
Behind the scenes in a 1940s animation studio, showing the making of a Chevrolet advertising cartoon.
A wife try to exorcise an evil spirit from her husband. With the help of a cult guide, she kill, cut off, take out organs, and so on... (based on an actual case). - jhmd.jp
In 1985, three major uprisings rocked Britain, in Brixton, Handsworth and Tottenham. The most explosive was the latter, on the Broadwater Farm housing estate, which resulted in the death of PC Keith Blakelock as well as in hundreds of arrests and a number of prison sentences. The uprisings in both Brixton and Tottenham were sparked by police shootings of innocent black mothers. The People's Accoung was shot during and after the Tottenham uprising. Made by the Ceddo Film and Video Workshop, it was commissioned by Channel 4, but was never shown as the broadcaster objected to its accusations of police racism.
In this self-produced special, Joe Pontillo assesses his comedy career while also discussing his family, relationships, and the constant state of fear and chaos that we’re all required to live in.
Bouldering in Switzerland.
The young girl, Antónia Margarida Castelo Branco, is handed over by her mother to Brás Telles de Meneses because of the obscure interests between rural aristocratic families in the North. Brás is a ruined man, a bohemian with a reputation for violence and erratic behaviour. Antonia’s fortune is the first sacrifice made by the young wife. Fascinated by the man who humiliates and ill-treats her, she follows him in a pilgrimage to increasingly barren lands, to increasingly less hospitable houses.
Early film by Eiichi Kudô.
Herr Müller needs to travel across town, but he runs into difficulties because he cannot understand English.
The hero, a young contractor, is mistaken by the heroine for a laborer, while he thinks she is the maid although she is the daughter of the manor. The hero continues to represent himself as a laborer in order to see the maid. The daughter, in order to continue her impersonation, borrows the maid's clothes. At the end the two main characters are brought together in their true light with the blessing of their respective mothers.
A short comic film in which the Count has found a bride, namely Mr. Krapaan’s extravagant daughter. A tramp then steals his clothes, and goes to the wedding in the Count’s place. Krapaan wants his extravagant daughter to marry Count De Bluffe, whom he believes to be wealthy. When De Bluffe is taking a bath, his clothes are stolen by a tramp. The tramp then pretends to the Krapaan family that he is the Count, but is unmasked by the real De Bluffe. But when the tramp, peeking through the window, sees that the bride is actually ugly and bald, he is glad that he is off the hook. After the wedding, the tramp puts on the bride’s wig, which causes De Bluffe to experience great regret.
As a math savant uncooks the books for a new client, the Treasury Department closes in on his activities and the body count starts to rise.
Bloody Account of Jirocho: Duel at Fujimi Pass
Early film by Eiichi Kudô.
Dirk de Villiers -An English woman dares to defy the might of the British Empire and champions the cause of the Boers during the Anglo-Boer War, battling to alleviate the suffering of women and children in concentration camps. - Veronica Lang, Terence Alexander, Jenny Runacre
British sitcom about a role reversed married couple.
Current Account was a BBC Television current affairs series of the 1970s and 80s shown in Scotland. Among its various presenters were Donald MacCormick, George Reid and Kenneth Roy. Transmitted weekly on a Thursday at 20.30 it consisted of a one subject filmed or studio report. Its editor was Matthew Spicer. During the run up to the 1979 Scottish devolution referendum it had a sister programme dealing only with politics called Public Account.