An independent career woman who wants a family without a husband and a man who has no interest in a family of his own, one day go through something unexpected and become a family...
As every day of Donald Trump's presidential campaign seemingly generates new headlines, this two-hour special examines the increasingly polarizing candidate's past. Included is rarely seen footage from Trump's interviews with Phil Donahue and his comments about politics from the floor of the 1988 Republican convention. Additionally, celebrities, politicians, and people described as "close to The Donald" weigh in, including former US Senator Al D'Amato (R-N.Y.), former Atlantic City mayor Jim Whelen, boxer Mike Tyson, and notorious "Apprentice" contestant Omarosa.
A love letter to film history, Sickies Making Films looks at our urge to censor movies and asks, Why? By focusing on the Maryland Board of Censors, the nation's longest lasting censor board, we discover reasons both absurd and surprisingly understandable.
In the early 1950's Ingmar Bergman made a series of imaginative commercials for the soap brand "Bris".
Shot entirely in Welsh, Endaf Emlyn's wry and gentle film captures the magic and innocence of a young boy's imaginative world as he grapples with demons that haunt his family life. Set against the wild, windswept backdrop of the Welsh coast, The Making of Maps charts Griff's journey into adolescence and his attempts to cope with the strife with in his own family. Pulled in different directions by his philandering father, reclusive mother and unloved sister, he tries to learn the secret that eats away at the fabric of his family life. His mother ran a dance academy, but during a picnic the school's star pupil, the beautiful, ethereal Alis, vanished. Afterward, Griff's mother took to her bed, fearful of leaving her darkened room. Griff's way of dealing with his life is to draw maps outlining his own attempts to comprehend a situation that everyone seems to want to forget. -Piers Handling
Pilo is a 10-year-old boy who lives with his mother in a small house on an asteroid near a giant blue planet. Every night Pilo stares at the stars from his balcony. According to his grandfather, there is a machine that generates stars every night, and if one day it goes off and the stars go blue, a member of his family will be the one to repair the machine. Pilo daydreams about the legend and looks forward to the day he can join his grandpa in repairing the machine. He doesn't suspect that when it happens, he will be on his own. Pilo will experience a great adventure on his way to repairing the machine, so that the stars can go back to the ad infinitum. This trip will change him completely and for good, confronting the family destiny, becoming man and hero. An unusual blend of 3D animation and sci-fi film for the whole family.
Documentary about the making of the 1996 horror-comedy.
Viewers will get a look at Parker and Stone's thought process as they approach a new episode and the 24/7 grind they subject themselves to each time the show is in production. The documentary also includes in-depth interviews with Parker and Stone about their working partnership and reflections on highlights from their careers.
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Alien,” the terrifying classic about a spaceship crew trapped with a hideous monster that's hunting them one by one.
Suburbia interrupted! Paul and Amy (Tommy Pistol and Mercedes Carrera) are a typical married couple raising a rebellious millennial daughter confused about her sexuality (Gia Paige). When Paul gets demoted from his high paying job, panic ensues and Amy decides she needs to get a job to help out. After discovering that the mother of her daughter's lesbian girlfriend is a sex worker, Amy jumps in with both feet to save the family. Scorching hot sex and sharp comedy blend perfectly in "Making Ends Meet."
Tracking the journey from conception to completion, this 30 minute film goes behind the scenes with the studio.
A coming of age comedy.
Ever wonder how they ever managed to make a movie like Star Wars? Well, bickering droid duo C-3PO and R2-D2 host this tour of the mind of creator George Lucas and what inspired him to make the movie. Even interviewed are the cast and crew, even features scenes of when C-3PO, R2-D2, and Darth Vader planted their footprints (or in R2's case, tread-prints) into cement. Also discussed is Star Wars mania, how fans loved the movie, collected the merchandise and danced the disco music. Also shown are behind-the-scenes looks at the movie, as well as how difficult each effect was in doing since they didn't have the convenience of computer animation back then.
A documentary on the making of one of the greatest films ever made. Filled with trivia, interviews from cast and crew and some never before seen footage.
A perfect typical LA couple find their happily-ever-after life broken when Zach confronts his long-repressed attraction for other men.
The Making of the Trilogy
From a small garage in Redmond, WA to the furthest corners of the earth, Funko's story is one that is centered around the fans and the global community that arose from their unique passion - a story that spans twenty years, full of joy, ambition, adversity, and...well...toys.
A swindler scams a journalist to get some money and then applies for a job at his newspaper.
Ever since she broke up with Nigel, Lena soldiers on through life as best she can with her two kids. She valiantly overcomes the obstacles put in her way. But she has yet to confront the worst of them: Her unstoppable family has decided, by any means necessary, to make her happy.
A min-series that focuses on infertility treatments , surrogate parenting and the technological advances in discovering genetic diseases in embryos .
Making the Grade was a short-lived American sitcom which aired on CBS from April 5 until May 10, 1982. It starred James Naughton, Graham Jarvis, Alley Mills, Steven Peterman, and boasted the first TV series roles for Philip Charles MacKenzie and George Wendt. It was set at Franklin High School in St. Louis, and aired as a part of CBS' Monday night comedy lineup. Among those shown were Harry Barnes, the Dean of Boys, Assistant Principal Jack Felspar, Drama teacher Sara Conover, and Physical education teacher Gus Bertoia.
Making News: Texas Style was a TV Guide Network reality series based in the Odessa/Midland, Texas Metro area, following the work lives of the anchors and reporters at KOSA-TV, the market's local CBS affiliate. The show aired on Monday nights at 8/7C on the TV Guide Network. The program was taped at KOSA's studio at Music City Mall, which is owned by KOSA's parent company and is located in Odessa, contrary to the title sequence. The series featured stories from Odessa and Midland as well as Goldsmith and Pecos. Sometimes, news anchors at rival station KWES-TV were followed, but not as frequent.
Making News: Savannah Style was a reality program set at the duopoly of WJCL and WTGS in Savannah, Georgia. It followed the daily activities of the lowest-rated news department in the Savannah television market. The show was the second in the Making News series, following Making News: Texas Style, which aired during Summer 2007. The first season of Making News was the TV Guide Network's highest-rated original series. Making News: Savannah Style started taping in December 2007. The show also mentioned competing stations WTOC and WSAV.
Eight ordinary people from one of Australia's most miserable areas embark on a search for happiness. Over eight weeks they work with an elite team of experts to see if we really can learn to be happier.
Can a team of elite psychologists help four Australian families to overcome their deep-seated difficulties and conflicts, and move forward as a cohesive, thriving family unit?
The Making of Me is a 60 minute miniseries on the British Broadcasting Corporation, the first season was in 2008. As of 1 September, 2008, there have been three episodes.