A prominent reverend balances his duty to the church with family woes as his 21-year-old daughter tries to put her life back together.
Sandra Bland was a bright, energetic activist whose life was cut short when a traffic stop resulted in a mysterious jail cell death just three days later.
Recorded live in 1978, Never Say Die is a defining moment in Black Sabbath's history. This unique concert is one of Sabbath's final performances with the original line-up of Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward.
An aspiring songwriter from a small steel town, Betty Mabry Davis arrived on the scene to break boundaries for women with her daring personality, iconic fashion style and outrageous funk. She befriended Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone, wrote songs for the Chambers Brothers and The Commodores and married Miles Davis - turning him from jazz to funk and then went on to ignite stages in the 70s with her sassy sexed up mix of hard rock and bluesy funk, inspiring artists from prince to Erykah Badu to Karen 0 and Peaches. Then she vanished...
John Pinette has been cracking up audiences around the world for more than 15 years. He was named Stand-Up Comedian of the Year by the American Comedy Awards in 1999 and he received a Gemini Award nomination for his superb televised performance at The Montreal Comedy Festival in 2000.
Bob Hope is being stalked by a predatory widow who is a widow of wealthy husbands many times over. Martha Raye is a Texan heiress who wants to marry her boyfriend Andy Devine, but her father is determined that she marry into royalty. To solve both their problems, Martha Raye and Bob Hope decide to marry, but will they ever find love together?
Three young women were sentenced to death in the infamous Manson murder case, but when the death penalty was lifted, their sentence became life imprisonment. One young graduate student was sent in to teach them - and through her we witness their transformations as they face the reality of their horrific crimes.
A father and son learn that their favorite movie ("Star Wars") is about to become Hollywood's latest remake, so they enlist the help of some friends to try and stop this madness.
Rostam, Roslan dan Rosdin are fired from their jobs for being too preoccupied with music. They fall in love with Salina, Sarina and Safina respectively. The three girls do not reciprocate and try everything possible to ward off their advances. But Rostam and his friends are adamant and finally the girls give in and agree to marry them subject to certain conditions. However, none of the conditions are fulfilled and all three marriages go on the rocks.
An heiress decides to pass out anonymous gifts in a small town.
The Chinese police visit head-teacher Chen at home. Her daughter, a dissident filmmaker living in Hong Kong, plans yet another critical film about China's colonization of the small autonomous territory. The authorities demand that Chen travel to her daughter to stop the film project. What they do not take into account is that Chen and her daughter lost contact long ago.
In the office of Mr. Lee, a talent agent, Zeppo bursts through the door, proclaiming to be a great musical actor. He gives a terrible impression of Maurice Chevallier. Chico arrives, also proclaiming to be a great musical talent, and gives an even worse impression of the same musical act. This is followed by Groucho and finally Harpo, all adding to the growing confusion in the office.
A look at the life and work of legendary film producer Richard D. Zanuck.
A story of encounters and partings interwoven between people; this is a human drama with feelings that touch one's heart gradually, which everyone has experienced at least once.
Three guys tell a friend the stories of how they met the loves of their lives, and how they managed to completely screw up the relationships.
Documentary on modern black gospel music, focusing on the pioneering Rev. Thomas Dorsey and Mother Willie Mae Ford Smith
A lowly office clerk angers his fiancee and future mother-in-law by spending money intended for marriage furniture on a statue of a pretty girl, which he refuses to part with at any cost.
The world's first human-android acting duo, called Android Theater Project, is the collaborative brainchild of noted Japanese playwright Oriza Hirata and the leading robotics scientist Hiroshi Ishiguro. "Sayonara" is a remakable android play and has been adapted to feature film by the acclaimed filmmaker Koji Fukada (Hospitalité, Au revoir l’été). In this film project the setting of the story is largely expanded, depicting time and space in a way which can only be achieved in film, examining life and death though the communication between dying human and immortal android.
A recently widowed research doctor is convinced by a colleague to join him in an inner-city clinic. Susan Hayward's final film.
A pollster stumbles on a family of small-town killers.
Pangako Sa ’Yo is a primetime soap opera series produced and broadcast by the Philippine media network ABS-CBN. It is dubbed the first "teleserye" on Philippine television.
What The Papers Say is a BBC radio programme that originally ran for many years on British television. Its first incarnation was the second longest-running programme on British television after Panorama. Each edition, presented by a different prominent journalist, was a wry look at how British broadsheets and tabloids had covered the week's news stories. On 17 February 2010, the BBC announced What the Papers Say would be revived on BBC Radio 4, with 12 editions being broadcast under the working title "What the Election Papers Say" in the run-up to the 2010 general election. The 12-part revival was regarded a success by former Radio 4 controller Mark Damazer, who commissioned the programme as a permanent addition to the station's schedule at 10.45pm on Sundays.
Just Say Julie is an American combination comedy/music video show starring and created by comedian and singer Julie Brown. The series aired from 1989 to 1992 on MTV in the United States, where it aired on Friday nights during its run.
Say It with Music was an early Australian television series. It aired on Sydney station TCN-9 from 21 February 1957 to 15 April 1958. Hosted by pianist Frank Lawrence, the series was a variety show. The half-hour series featured entertainers such as singers, dancers, instrumentalists, and jugglers and was intended for "late evening relaxation". It is not known if any of the episodes are still extant as kinescope recordings.
Have Your Say was a weekly discussion-based television programme, produced by the BBC and broadcast on international news channel BBC World News and BBC World Service radio. Its last broadcast was on 20 April 2008. The programme linked to the Have your say section of the BBC News website, BBC News Online, which also maintains its own topics for contributors to voice their opinions on. The main presenter of the television programme was Bridget Kendall, Diplomatic Correspondent for the BBC.
Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years is a 1999 American television movie directed by Lynne Littman. The film is an adaptation of the 1993 New York Times bestselling oral history written by Sarah L. Delany, A. Elizabeth Delany, and journalist Amy Hill Hearth. The telefilm adaptation was written by Emily Mann, who also adapted the book to the Broadway stage. The film first aired on CBS on April 18, 1999, just three months after Sadie died. The daughters of a former slave who became the first Black person elected Bishop in the Episcopal Church in the United States, the sisters were Civil Rights pioneers but were unknown until journalist Amy Hill Hearth interviewed them for a feature story in The New York Times in 1991. The sisters were then 100 and 102 years old. Sadie, the older of the sisters, was the first Black person permitted to teach Domestic Science at the high school level in the New York City public schools. Bessie was the second black woman licensed to practice dentistry in New York State. The biopic deals with the trials and tribulations they faced during a century of life. The sisters share their stories with Ms. Hearth, the journalist. Pivotal scenes are re-enacted through flashbacks.