"The actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method, as opposed to theories relating to it."
The description of Suwami Nogami's minimalistic line drawing piece, Imagination Practice, calls it an unending "thought loop". It depicts an artist sitting in front of a window with a self-portrait, like a miniature mirror image, on the desk in front of him. The window frame and the blue sky filled with moving clouds are in colour, but the figure of the artist is not coloured in. The soundtrack sounds like a skipping record that is punctuated by humourous springing noises (a la Bugs Bunny) as the image 'bounces' in an unending loop from the establishing shot into the "drawing." A philosophical piece, Imagination Practice considers the circular dialogue between an artist and his work.
5 friends on a fishing trip discover a hidden training camp for homegrown terrorists.
Judith is a maverick reporter who is also seeking a satisfying relationship with various men. She finds corruption and power-games everywhere.
A portrait of distraction, with sampled monologue from online video essay about the Roland 303 synthesizer read over collaged images on the studio desk. Intercut by the back of a porn DVD and the MGM logo.
By the director: "Ar.Co embodies each person’s geography, it escapes normalisation. Each individual’s experience is his own. This film is my experience, our experience. Pieced together from the school’s archive, from recordings of classes by Manuel Castro Caldas and from conversations at home."
Davy is a 28-year-old writer on a road trip to promote his unpublished collection of short stories. A random phone call in Davy's motel room from a mysterious, sexy woman named Nicole leads to a series of phone sex sessions that surprisingly over time become emotionally and sexually satisfying for the shy writer. Later, when he meets a former girlfriend, he must try to choose between them - but only if he can arrange a meeting with his reclusive phone mate.
A nervous, twelve-year-old Clint is having trouble enjoying his first date with Sally. For weeks, he has been practicing for his first kiss and now, the moment is almost upon him. He must make the right move or live a life of regrets and a missed opportunity.
This movie is about life of ordinary people who simply love, walk, talk, play...
Screen One movie that is a continuation of Andrew Davies' brilliant series A Very Peculiar Practice. Dr. Daker feels finally settled in his life in Poland with his new wife and son, but he soon find things to be just as tumultuous, not least because Bob Buzzard is still around. And is that those nuns again?
Radiating the radical simplicity of a Lumière actuality, THE MAYBERRY PRACTICE CALF shows an African-American cowboy roping a hunk of tire again and again. "Calf roping is a discipline," Kevin Jerome Everson told an interviewer. "People practice it, they know the language of it and they know how to do it." Everson's camera evinces a comparable degree of discipline, with a single long take functioning as a montage through the serial repetition of the cowboy's action. We may wonder if we're watching a loop but gradually our eyes are drawn to small variations. Practice makes perfect. - Max Goldberg
Go behind the scenes of the New York Piano Competition to learn what transforms a promising pianist into an exceptional artist. Through the stories of teenage contestants, this documentary explores the characteristics of outstanding musicians. Beyond dedication and skill, these true prodigies possess a passion for music and a drive for innovation that sets them apart from their peers and makes them truly shine on stage.
Permaculture in Practice
Eugene, an aging man, leads a double life – one real, the other in his dreams. He goes to see a psychoanalyst, who tries to interpret the meaning of his dreams. Eugene finds a way of entering his dream-world at will and finds out about his childhood and what really happened to his parents.
This record of exercise and tomfoolery on the River Hull at Stoneferry won praise from the Hull Daily Mail when it screened at The Circus variety theatre on Anlaby Road. The ladies present may have particularly enjoyed the mocked-up 'accident': one rower tumbles flamboyantly out of his skiff into the water and swims wildly to shore - his wry grin, wet t-shirt clinging to his chest, is priceless.
The first annual Storm Trooper Target Practice.
Jôrge is about to meet the man who will be his husband. But with so many guys to choose from, how will he know which one is his perfect match, and which ones are just practice? Meet Jôrge in the fast-paced independent comedy with a huge heart.
An instructional program that will improve your practice techniques for playing the drums.
Yoga Journal - the most trusted Yoga magazine in the world - is proud to present the Complete Home Practice 2 DVD set - it s your very own at-home yoga studio! Discover the joy of yoga through nine safe and easy-to-follow routines to improve your overall health. Taught by some of the world s most acclaimed instructors this collection is a convenient way to make yoga an integral part of your life...all from the comfort of your home.
Profiling poet, essayist and environmental activist Gary Snyder, this documentary explores the Pulitzer Prize winner's role in bringing about many of the changes that have shaped modern American society, including the introduction of Zen Buddhism. The film consists primarily of a conversation between Snyder and fellow poet and novelist Jim Harrison as they hike the California coast. Archival footage and commentary help paint a vivid portrait.
Having left behind Seattle Grace Hospital, renowned surgeon Addison Forbes Montgomery moves to Los Angeles for sunnier weather and happier possibilities. She reunites with her friends from medical school, joining them at their chic, co-op, Oceanside Wellness Center in Santa Monica.
Peak Practice is a British drama series about a GP surgery in Cardale — a small fictional town in the Derbyshire Peak District — and the doctors who worked there. It ran on ITV from 10 May 1993 to 30 January 2002 and was one of their most successful series at the time. It originally starred Kevin Whately as Dr Jack Kerruish, Amanda Burton as Dr Beth Glover and Simon Shepherd as Dr Will Preston, though the roster of doctors would change many times over the course of the series. The series was axed on 30 January 2002 and ended on a literal cliffhanger when two of the series' main characters plunged off a cliff. Viewers wrote to ITV in their thousands and a petition for one last episode was set up by website Peak Practice Online. However, all pleas were unsuccessful and ITV said they would not make any more episodes. Cardale was based on the Staffordshire village of Longnor for the final series, but was previously based in the Derbyshire village of Crich, although certain scenes were filmed at other nearby Derbyshire towns and villages, most notably Matlock, Belper and Ashover.
The Practice is an American legal drama created by David E. Kelley centering on the partners and associates at a Boston law firm. Running for eight seasons on ABC from 1997 to 2004, the show won the Emmy in 1998 and 1999 for Best Drama Series, and spawned the successful and lighter spin-off series Boston Legal, which ran for five more seasons, from 2004 to 2008. The Practice focused on the law firm of Robert Donnell and Associates. Plots typically featured the firm's involvement in various high-profile criminal and civil cases that often mirror current events. Conflict between legal ethics and personal morality was a recurring theme. Some episodes contained light comedy. Kelley claimed that he conceived the show as something of a rebuttal to L.A. Law and its romanticized treatment of the American legal system and legal proceedings.
A Country Practice was an Australian television drama series. At its inception, one of the longest-running of its kind, produced by James Davern of JNP Productions, who had wrote the pilot episode and entered a script contest for the network in 1979, coming third and winning a merit award. It ran on the Seven Network for 1,058 episodes from 18 November 1981 to 22 November 1993. It was produced in ATN-7's production facility at Epping, Sydney. After its lengthy run on the seven network it was picked up by network ten with a mainly new cast from April to November 1994 for 30 episodes, although the ten series was not as successful as its predecessor . The Channel Seven series was also filmed on location in Pitt Town, while, the Channel Ten series was filmed on location in Emerald, Victoria.
Comedy centering on Dr. George Coleman, a top veterinarian with an impressive list of famous animal patients at the Crane Animal Hospital - a bustling New York City veterinary practice where it often seems as if the patients are running the place. Despite his unorthodox style, George has an undeniable gift with animals of all kinds - except the human kind. Much to his chagrin, George recently learned that his ex-girlfriend, Dorothy Crane, has inherited the family business and is now George's boss. Whip-smart and ambitious, Dorothy shakes up the hospital as she brings order to the chaos and butts heads with George's animal-friendly administration.
Out of Practice is an American situation comedy that was produced by Paramount Network Television and originally broadcast on sister company CBS from September 19, 2005 to March 29, 2006. With producers Joe Keenan and Christopher Lloyd at the helm, the show was about a family of five doctors who had little in common and usually did not get along. CBS officially cancelled it on May 17, 2006, at its upfront presentation.
Harry's Practice was an Australian lifestyle television program that broadcast on the Seven Network between 1997 and 2003. It is currently repeating on 7TWO at 7pm week nights. The show was hosted by vet Dr Harry Cooper, who provided advice for pet care. The show also featured Dr Katrina Warren and Dr Chris Brown as presenters.
The Practice was a 1985 British television soap opera produced for ITV by Granada Television, which aired for two series in 1985 and 1986. The series was first introduced as a twice-weekly medical drama in January 1985, becoming Granada's second regular networked soap opera along with Coronation Street, with the idea being that its hard-hitting storylines would be a competitor with the BBC's EastEnders which started airing the following month. The Practice was set in a GP's surgery in the fictional Manchester suburb of Castlehulme and had an initial run of 34 episodes airing for 30 minutes in an early evening slot on Friday and Sunday evenings throughout the Winter and Spring of 1985. However, the series did not perform as well as had been hoped and it disappeared from screens in May 1985. It returned for a second run of 13 one hour episodes between May and August 1986, this time airing in a 9pm slot on Friday evenings. After series two ended no further episodes were made.
A Very Peculiar Practice is a BBC comedy-drama series, which ran for two series in 1986 and 1988. It was the first major success for screenwriter Andrew Davies, and was inspired by his experiences as a lecturer at the University of Warwick.