SELECTION documents a KISZ (Hungarian Young Communist League) chapter at an oil refinery that is interested in hiring a musical act as entertainment for young workers. The documentary shows the group discussing their criteria for the band, as well as their interviews with the individual bands. It is quickly apparent that the group isn’t interested in any sort of musical talent or the potential audiences’ interest. Rather, they are focused on ideological or moral issues that may be perceived as negative, such as groupies or outfits that are seen as too trendy. They settle on the musical group that is potentially the easiest to control, the youngest band. SELECTION works as a larger metaphor for what censorship was like in Socialist Hungary and was banned from being publicly screened until 1982.
Tyler is a young man who is desperately seeking direction from a world that seems to have abandoned him. Searching for answers he looks to his new friend Indrid who appears to have it all figured out.
When a dutiful, albeit barren Christian housewife discovers that her devout husband has suffered a stroke at a sperm bank where he's been secretly donating his seed for the past 25 years, she leaves her sheltered world and starts off on a journey to find his eldest biological son - a mullet-headed, foul-mouthed ex-con with whom she develops an odd but meaningful relationship.
Arjang and Roya are getting married..
Software programmer Ben Braden has it all: beautiful wife, cute kid, dream house, sports car, great job. Then one day the doorbell rings and he finds himself standing eye to eye with Alex Connelly, every inch his double and hell-bent on getting Ben's material features as well...
This stunning European documentary made available for the first time in the US, reveals several harsh consequences of genetic engineering worldwide. A failed GM cotton crop prompts farmer suicides in India. Windborne GM canola contaminates organic and conventional farms in Canada. One farmer fights Monsanto in the Supreme Court. A company seeks approval for giant GM salmon that may threaten the survival of the natural species.GM pigs are born with ghastly mutations. And experts reveal how inadequate testing and regulations put us at risk.
A journey through Emily Dickinson's tortured life of psycho sexual frenzy or a satire of short films
Two filmmakers clash creatively in mid-production, resulting in a meta-film duel of genres as they write the story they are living. Both will stop at nothing to preserve their own vision for the film. As the battle grows, they discover that their imagination is the limit for their arsenal, and find themselves in lethal combat, where only one can emerge triumphant.
Mater-Sergeant Karpenko just got a new squad... Now he must teach the rookies how to become a good soldiers and a good men.
The movie opens with the title card "bushland symphony", followed by sounds and vision of the Australian bush. The subsequent action involves a series of various subplots centered around a "selection" in South West Queensland owned by Dad Rudd.
A series of gruesome and bizarre murders leads P.R.O.B.E. to investigate a secret government project from the seventies.
Pro Players from around the world train relentlessly for one reason: to win the championship. What does it take? Natural Selection not only takes you into the action, but also to the drive, the pain, and the emotion of tournament paintball. BONUS: “SHORT BUS” episode 2
On Our Selection is a 1920 Australian silent film directed by Raymond Longford based on the Dad and Dave stories by Steele Rudd.
Various life performances by Japanese Noise acts: Aube - Low Spin Drift / Incapacitants - Live At 20000V / Dislocation - Writing And Masturbation / Masonna - Live At Bears And La Mama / Seed Mouth - Twilight City / Violent Onsen Geisha - Night Of Unlcean Water / Solmania - Live At Living Room / Merzbow - Piss For Yves Klein / C.C.C.C. - Loud Sounds Dopa / Hijokaidan - Live At La Mama.
George Baker Selection - Greatest Hits
Guy Bourdin was a groundbreaking image-maker who had a profoundly influential impact on fashion photography. His fashion editorial and advertising was published principally in French Vogue from the mid-1950s through to the late 1980s, where it had its greatest impact in the decade of the 1970s.
An anthology of Dave Allen's finest, funniest and most irreverent material, compiled from his time at the BBC from 1971 to 1986.
Peter does a great job arresting shop robbers, bus ruins his self-pictures. When Dr. Curt Connors injects himself with lizard DNA to regenerate his arm, that works. Actually, too well: he soon transforms into a dino-like monster, whose instinct spares nobody, except his son Billy. Peter's uncomfortable secret-identity-handicap now spills from bully-abuse at school to utter injustice in his lab job.
Learn the survival priorities and how to meet them! What is the rule of threes? You learn the heat loss mechanisms, site selection, pine log shelters, the Firebed, and more incredible Woodsmaster Tips, Lore and Techniques. This tape is a stunner!
In this immersive living history series, the training programme of one of World War Two's most covert organisations, the Special Operations Executive or SEO, is resurrected.
Pushing themselves to the limit, 30 civilians undergo extreme training and assessment exercises.
The Selection Box was a talent search reality TV show produced by Adare Productions for RTÉ. It was directed by Brian Reddin and Brian Graham. It was broadcast on Network 2 in 2001. It was produced to find a new presenter for a new Network 2 show called The Fame Game. Caroline Morahan was the eventual winner who went on to present The Fame Game, while in 2007 the runner up, Karen Koster, began working on TV3's Xposé. The Selection Box hosted an open audition in the RDS in 2001 in a search for a new TV presenter. A selection of these would-be presenters would then be sent on to a judging panel who would then bring them on to bootcamp. 2001 saw a wide range of reality TV shows in production. This was RTÉ's second talent search show having produced Popstars one year earlier. It had had success with its other reality task based TV show Treasure Island.
Edawakare is the driver of Sentaxi, a marvellous vehicle which is able to take a passenger back to his or her “life’s turning point”. His cool appearance is at odds with his talkative, meddlesome, sweet-toothed character. He gives advice to passengers who are flustered after failing in their life’s choice.