A group of documentary filmmakers chronicle the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
Recorded live on 12 February 1990 at Birmingham Town Hall, this archive film showcases Fairport Convention at their very best. Setlist: 'The Eynsham Poacher', 'On the Floor', 'Honour and Praise', 'Bird from the Mountain', 'Portmeirion', 'Red and Gold', 'London River', 'From a Distance', 'Matty / The Rutland Reel / Sack the Juggler', and 'Meet On the Ledge'.
As Hakim is waiting for the bus after class, he is caught in a vendetta between teenagers. He is not exactly keen to get into a fight, but how can he possibly avoid an awaited confrontation?
The Convention is about the annual Esprit conference that happens in Port Angeles, Washington, every year.
A cabaret hostess is broken-hearted because she loves a gambler who does not love her.
The story of Sport and Spoon - two young hustlers who attend the eponymous convention, only to get tangled up in a financial disagreement that leads to a shootout, police chase and finishes with Sport on death row, weighing up what it all means. Taking its title from the album, the film blends archive photos with interviews and uses unique animated sequences set to the album. It portrays Hustlers Convention in its wider social context and Jalal's personal story as one of rap's undisputed pioneers.
Extra-marital fun and games at a convention of the Honeywell Rubber Company in Atlantic City.
Convention Girls is an adult romp set at a beach-side convention of the fictitious American Association of Doll Manufacturers. This Florida-made exploitation movie contains enough frank, realistic, at times mean-spirited dialogue and adult situations to make one think of the films of the great director Robert Altman (or John Cassavetes).
Members of the photographic convention carrying tripods and cameras file past a waiting room on the deck of the Clyde steamer “Lady Rowena”. Members of party include Craig Annan, Mr. Harold Baker, Mrs. W. Baker and Mrs. Ralph Robinson.
Stressed out hotel employee Aaron is called into work on his day off to help staff a horror convention only to walk into a murderous frenzy.
An in-depth look at the fans and celebrities who attend Horror, Sci-Fi, Pop Culture, and Comic Book Conventions.
A 2 Disc 3 concert live DVD - filmed at the 2007 Marillion Convention titled. It features the whole of 'This Strange Engine' performed live, plus the Saturday and Sunday nights as released on the live CD's 'Friends' and 'Family'.
The British Invasion continues! Fairport Convention, the British counterpart to Jefferson Airplane, began their musical journey in 1967, and it continues today. Each year, the band hosts a folk music festival in Cropredy, England, where new and original band members come together to commemorate the folk spirit of yore and the folk tunes of today. See the band perform favorites such as "Who Knows Where the Time Goes" and "Meet on the Ledge."
A crazed killer is on the loose knocking off guests at a hotel hosting The Cinema Wasteland horror convention. Part 2 is picking up right where the original left off.
The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science presents a DVD collection of 9 speakers from the Atheist Alliance International 2007 Convention (AtheistAlliance.org) held in Washington, D.C. Hear from some of the world's leading rationalists on a variety of subjects including suicide terrorism (Thomson), the Intelligent Deign movement (Scott), Islam (Hirsi Ali), church/state separation (Tabash), "The OUT Campaign" and the labeling of children (Dawkins), atheism, religion and much more. Q&A sessions follow most of the talks.
Filmed live at the Anvil Theatre in Basingstoke, England, this 2002 concert showcases one of the best British folk-rock bands of the late 1960s performing for an enthusiastic audience. Songs include "Walk Awhile," "Banks of the Sweet Primroses," "Happy Man," "The Crowd," "Crazy Man Michael," "The Wood and the Wire," "Light of Day," "My Love Is in America" and many more. Bonus features include an interview with the band members.
Live recording, filmed in concert at the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, 22.02.2003
The Velvet Underground's first public appearance, filmed in Super 8 at a Psychiatrist's Convention, at the Delmonico Hotel, New York, January 14, 1966. Andy Warhol was invited to speak at the annual banquet of the New York Society for Clinical Psychiatry. He brought along the Velvets and other factory regulars.
Documentary following English folk-rock pioneers Fairport Convention as they celebrate their 45th anniversary in 2012. Fairport's iconic 1969 album Liege and Lief featured some of folk music's biggest names - including singer Sandy Denny, guitarist Richard Thompson and fiddler Dave Swarbrick - and was voted by Radio 2 listeners as the most influential folk album of all time.
The Convention Crasher is the title of a documentary originally broadcast in the United Kingdom on 25 January 2007 on Channel 4. The one-off documentary followed Justin Lee Collins as he entered the world of celebrity lookalikes and attempted to become one himself before visiting a convention for them. The show returned on 17 January 2008 for a series with Justin Lee Collins this time crashing three conventions, each on magic, ventriloquism and clowning.
The Conventioneers was a television program on Bite TV. The series was hosted by Jason Agnew, and Matt Chin. The series originally began as a simple interview style program set in various conventions across Toronto and Mississauga. Since the shows inception in 2006, The Conventioneers has undergone periods of formatting changes. They no longer were exclusive to conventions as they showcased in the "Calgary Adventure" episodes. Since that episode the Conventioneers were known to visit events such as Wakestock, and The Festival of Beer. The Conventioneers is one of the staples of the Bite TV rotation, as it receives constant repeat airings.