Mateho (Jake Stormoen), an officer of the Inquisition and rational man of science, visits a remote monastery to investigate a bizarre murder of a monk. And you guessed it: something evil is afoot. But is the terror man-made or the result of witchcraft?
A young man disappears amid talk of violence and demagoguery, leaving behind an obscure cache of letters, postcards, and notebooks.
The appearance is a satirical comedy that mocks the small Quebec people and its excessive religiosity.
Joanne Kilbourn, ex-detective turned university lecturer, is still haunted by the unsolved murder of her politician husband,
With Der Auftritt Farocki once again takes us into the world of advertising, following Image und Umsatz oder wie kann man einen Schuh darstellen? (1989). An advertising agency has to pitch a marketing concept to an optician's consortium, represented by the manager who is the first to see the campaign. The logo submitted, ‚Eyedentity', is examined from every angle: it must simultaneously express both the company's dynamism and its reliability! A fascinating, dispassionate glimpse behind closed doors, where every detail is dramatised to win that lucrative contract.
“Women watch themselves being looked at.” –John Berger
Soil resounding, then the echo of dripping water submerged and muted in a river’s flow. A young filmmaker floats between old polaroids. Flickers. The recollected and the photographic become the canvas of a colorful intervention. The roughness of splashes seem an obvious reaction to years passing by in two minutes.
Old short about the importance of good platform posture and how we can improve it through the simple knee test.
In 1997 strange lights were witnessed flying over the Phoenix sky, and in their wake a "man" appeared. Jimmy and Father Michael feel their lives affected by this stranger. What Father Michael discovers defies his beliefs.
Sailor Moon - Decisive Battle / Transylvania's Forest (Kessen / Transylvania no Mori) was the second installment of the Dracul Musical Arc.
An image of early twentieth century Germany rises from a collage of family photographs and landscapes. Meter used the photo albums of her parents, who had to flee Hitler's Germany. The shots alternately exude warmth and detachment.
A DVD featuring a previously unreleased live recording of "Where Opposites Meet" and a DVD of Sky's 1979 BBC TV appearances. MUSICAL CHAIRS BBC TV – 7TH MARCH 1979 1. INTERVIEW / DANZA 2. CANNONBALL 3. CARILLON PEBBLE MILL AT ONE BBC TV – 22ND MAY 1979 4. CANNONBALL (PROMOTIONAL FILM) OLD GREY WHISTLE TEST – 22ND MAY 1979 5. DANZA 6. CARILLION VAL DOONICAN MUSIC SHOW – 26TH MAY 1979 7. WHERE OPPOSITES MEET (PARTS 4 & 5) (LIVE) Recorded at "The Year of the Child” UNICEF Concert, Wembley Arena, London in November 1979 Broadcast by BBC TV on 1st December 1979
A silent movie by Yasujirô Shimazu.
Roger Waters Appearences Breathe-DVD-028 NTSC - 4/3 & 16/9 Running Time : 105 min 15 sec 01. 1991/10/18 - Guitar Legend Festival, Sevilla, Spain (Pro Shot) . In The Flesh . The Happiest Days Of Our Lives . Another Birck In The Wall - Part 2 . Brain Damage . Eclispe . Comfortably Numb 02. 2002/10/08 - Timothy White Tribute, New York City, USA (Audience) . Wish You Were Here . Flickering Flame . Comfortably Numb 03. 2002/06/30 - Glastonburry Festival, Glastonbury, England (Pro Shot) . Shine On You Crazy Diamond . Wish You Were Here . Time . Breathe (Reprise) . Money . Comfortably Numb 04. 2005/01/15 - Tsunami Aid, BBC Studios, London, UK (Pro Shot) . Wish You Were Here (Rehearsals) . Wish You Were Here
Keeping Up Appearances is a British sitcom created and written by Roy Clarke for the BBC. Centred on the life of eccentric, social-climbing snob Hyacinth Bucket, the sitcom follows her obsessive and determined attempts to impress in middle class society and portray herself as more affluent than she truly is. The show stars Patricia Routledge, who received two BAFTA nominations for her performance as Hyacinth. Broadcast between 1990 and 1995 on BBC One, the sitcom spawned five series and 44 episodes—4 of which are Christmas specials. Keeping Up Appearances was a great success in the UK and also captivated a large audience in the US, Canada, and Australia, but production ceased in 1995 when Routledge wanted to move on to other projects. Since its original release, all five series—including Christmas specials—are available on DVD. In 2004, the sitcom was ranked 12th in the countdown of Britain's Best Sitcom. It is regularly repeated worldwide.