The true story of how The Boston Globe uncovered the massive scandal of child abuse and the cover-up within the local Catholic Archdiocese, shaking the entire Catholic Church to its core.
Independent animation by Tsukioka Sadao.
A short, one shot horror film about four young girls who play a game of 'Spotlight' in the forest.
Isabelle is an inspired dancer, but when her sister and a classmate make her doubt herself, she's motivated by a ballerina to find her own way to shine. Stars Erin Pitt & Grace Davidson.
Taking part in The Voice Kids is already quite something, but for 11-year-old Merna it’s really something special. Her parents had to flee Iraq because they are part of the Christian minority, and IS was threatening to kidnap Merna. They now live in Lebanon, where one in three people is a refugee. The family has been waiting for two years for permission to move on. FaceTiming with her older sister, who stayed behind in Iraq, and cooking her favorite dishes with her mother make the situation more bearable. But what also really helps is singing – this calms Merna and makes her less afraid. She used to sing only in church, but since The Voice her beautiful, melancholy voice touches everyone. Because of her status as a refugee, Merna isn’t allowed to attend the foreign performances with the other finalists, but she’s now a national celebrity in Lebanon.
They're the international ambassadors of cartoon comedy. They're the fabulously funny friends you grew up with. And now, 28 of the very best animated shorts starring the very wackiest Warner Bros. cartoon characters have been rounded up on DVD for the first time ever in "The Looney Tunes Premiere Collection." Just barely contained in two special edition discs, each specially selected short has been brilliantly restored and remastered to its original anvil-dropping, laughter-inducing glory! It's an unprecedented animation celebration for cartoon lovers eager to relive the heady, hilarious, golden age of Warner Bros. animation.
Thirty more cartoons from the vaults of Warner Bros. to spotlight the inimitable Looney Tunes characters
Lizzie Stokes, an obscure and colorless actress, is elevated to stardom through publicity and better coaching from Daniel Hoffman, a theatrical producer. As Olga Rostova, an exotic Russian, she meets Norman Brooke, whose infatuation turns to love. Hoffman suggests that Norman could never care for Lizzie and proves his point. Heartbroken, Lizzie decides to see no more of him. On closing night, when he proposes to her in her dressing room and she refuses, Norman declares he must believe all the lurid details of her past; in desperation, she bares her true identity, only to find it is not her glamorous image but rather her real self that he loves.
A down-on-his luck actor teams up with a singing barber to do a vaudeville act. Its success eventually leads them to Broadway, but things start to go awry.
An abstracted nightclub performance, its constituent parts—stand-up comedy, a capella, a laconic bass-and-drum rock duo, a slapstick mime—wrenched apart and recombined.
The Looney Tunes Guide to Fairy Tales: In a storybook setting, Looney Tunes characters share with kids the necessary ingredients for a proper fairy tale
An old count hides just before he dies to annoy his heirs. The heirs search a manor for the count's body and are killed off one by one. Jean-Marie, his fiancée Micheline, and Edwige investigate the deaths and search for the count's body.
That's right, go ahead and laugh at them. The silliness picks up where it never left off in Vol. 4 of the Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection, more classic animated shorts from the Warner Bros. vaults -- all fully remastered and uncut. Two discs. Twenty eight cartoons. Plus certifiably Looney extras. On Disc 1 were talking lots of hare, yes it's Bugs as only Bugs can be (including 1958's Oscar-winning Best Cartoon Short Subject Knighty Knight Bugs) and you'll tawt you taw a puddy tat and more with Disc 2's Cat antics
Once again the moving beam of "Spotlight" swings across the city of today to pinpoint a new story for the screen audience of tomorrow. This time we start from an office building in London, late on a summer evening, when the timeclocks have rung in the evening's freedom for London's daytime workers.
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The following 112 shorts were directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio in Hollywood, California. All shorts were released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer between 1940 – 1958. The original MGM Hanna-Barbera classics are a total of 114 shorts. Volume 1.
Vol. 3 completes the Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry cartoons, save for Mouse Cleaning and Casanova Cat. According to a Warner Home Video press release, these cartoons were omitted from the set for racial stereotyping. (These cartoons are presented uncut on the European PAL DVD set Tom and Jerry: Classic Collection, with Mouse Cleaning appearing on Vol. 2 and Casanova Cat appearing on Vol. 3 of this series.)
A superscripted one ( 1 ) denotes cartoons in the standard Academy ratio presented in newly remastered versions. A superscripted two ( 2 ) denotes cartoons presented in the CinemaScope aspect ratio using a new anamorphic widescreen transfer. Volume 2.
Spotlight is the BBC's regional news programme for the southwest of England, covering Cornwall, Devon, southern and western Somerset, western Dorset and the Channel Islands. There is also a special version of the programme for viewers in the Channel Islands. The main version of the programme broadcasts between 18:30 and 18:58 on weekdays, with shorter bulletins at other times. The programme can be viewed anywhere in the UK on Sky channel 967/968 on the BBC UK regional TV on satellite service. Its main competitors are ITV West Country's main evening programme ITV News West Country in Cornwall, Devon, southern Somerset and western Dorset and ITV Channel Television's main evening programme ITV News Channel TV in the Channel Islands. Spotlight is broadcast from BBC Broadcasting House in Seymour Road, Plymouth - this is the main headquarters for all BBC South West programming, on TV, radio and online. There are also smaller studios in Barnstaple, Exeter, Paignton, Taunton and Truro.
Spotlight revolves around a girl who has overcome all odds to become a big Bollywood star but is unlucky in her quest to find true love.
Spotlight is the name given to a BBC Northern Ireland weekly current affairs programme. The programme is aired on BBC1 Northern Ireland at 10.35pm on Tuesday evenings, with a repeat on BBC2. It is available to UK viewers outside of Northern Ireland on BBC iPlayer for a week after the programme. The format usually consists of a half hour report presented on a rotating basis by a small number of reporter/presenters. At present these are Brian Hollywood, Stephen Walker, Darragh MacIntyre and Bobby Friedman. Occasionally the programme consists of a studio format with various reports and panel discussions. Spotlight is well known for its hard-hitting investigations and recently won an Royal Television Society award for Mandy McAuley's dog-fighting investigation. It has launched the careers of a number of high-profile broadcasters, including Jeremy Paxman and Gavin Esler.
Spotlight is the title of a program that airs on Canadian music television station, MuchMusic. The program focuses on a specific individual music artist or a music group and features their earliest music videos, concerts, interviews and TV clips to the artist's most recent works.
Spotlight was a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television in 1975.
What does it take to succeed in the tough world of broadcast news? Seo Woo Jin joins the bustling city desk of a major broadcast network, along with the other new reporters, Lee Sun Chul and Yang Myung Eun. Serving as their mentor and trainer is Oh Tae Suk, the veteran journalist who chases down every lead until he gets the story. When Tae Suk sees potential in Woo Jin, he takes a special interest in her career development. As they work closely to exposes the injustices in society, will their relationship deepen into something more?
Prairie Spotlight is a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television in 1964.
Manhattan Spotlight was an early American television program broadcast on the now defunct DuMont Television Network.
Entertainment Spotlight was an English-language entertainment news program on CTV in Quebec that aired on Sundays. The program was hosted on location in trendy locations in Montreal, and focused on movies and leisure in-and-around the city. It featured interviews with movie stars. Entertainment Spotlight was hosted by Mose Persico and Natasha Hall. The fresh and talented TV Host, Jeremy Szafron was also a host on the show. Shot on location, Entertainment Spotlight was a fast paced movie entertainment magazine show, designed to inform the audience about the various forms of leisure in and around Montreal. The half hour production also featured Hollywood celebrity interviews, Fashion Profiles, local Music news and interviews and a look at the city's hottest restaurant spots and trends. Entertainment Spotlight aired right after CTV News, Montreal’s number 1 English newscast! The program attracted a viewership of well over 225, 000 and targets a comprehensive and far reaching audience coveted by every show and every network. Hollywood movies and interviews with your favorite film celebrities, Fashion, Music and what’s cooking in the kitchen of some of Montreal’s finest eateries, were just some of the topics featured each week on Entertainment Spotlight!!
Spotlight on Film was a Canadian film informational television series which aired on CBC Television in 1969.
Choreographer Laurieann Gibson and her team at BoomKack Worldwide shape and steer the creative narrative of such clients as Sean "Puffy" Combs, Fantasia Barrino, Tamar Braxton and French Montana.
ESPNU College Coaches Spotlight is a television program that showcases live college football coaches press conferences from around the country. The program airs every Tuesday for three hours from 12pm ET to 4pm ET on ESPNU during the college football season. Since debuting on September 12, 2006, the host was ESPNU signature anchor Mike Hall along with analysis from ESPN's Scout's Inc. analysts Tom Luginbill and Todd McShay. Luginbill also appears on ESPNU Recruiting Insider, McShay also appears on ESPNU Inside the Polls and Hall appears on both as host. Also starring on the show is Jim Donnan, who was the Offensive Coordinator at the University of Oklahoma from 1985-1989. From 1985-1988, he coached under Barry Switzer, a member of the College Football Hall of Fame and Super Bowl winning coach. Donnan coached the legendary Oklahoma Sooner Wishbone Offense, a formation that was perfected by Switzer in 1971 when it shattered the NCAA record for total offense per game and eventually led the Sooners to national championships in 1974 and 1975. Under Donnan, the Wishbone helped the Sooners to impressive 11-1 seasons from 1985–1987, including a national championship in 1985. In 1986, the Sooners scored 508 points, which at the time was the second highest point total in school history, trailing only the 1971 NCAA record setting offense.
A Contemporary talk show hosted by Award-winning Entertainer, Recording Artist, Zaina Juliette, featuring celebrity guests and upcoming talent.