Ethan Hawke directs this intimate documentary portrait of classical pianist, composer, author, teacher and sage Seymour Bernstein.
The Introduction is the original 20-minute prologue video that highlights the action in the days before the story in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas begins.
A writer with a writer's block is tormented by his lack of inspiration. His girlfriend shows up and talks to him about his writing and her father. After she leaves, her father, an ex officer of the military and ex communist party member, rings the doorbell. After a tense introduction, the father starts to retell his life in order to try to explain why he did things that his daughter hates him for. It is not clear if writer's girlfriend and her father are part of writer's fiction, memories or reality.
An aging actor, trying to make a comeback on Broadway, is surprised when his estranged daughter shows up. It seems that she is an actress and is also trying to make it on Broadway. He tries to re-establish his relationship with her while also trying to hide the fact that she is his daughter from the press.
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In this video, Vision Éternel presents their 2018 boxed set "An Anthology Of Past Misfortunes", released through Abridged Pause Recordings. The band sits down in the Laurentian Mountains forest to discuss how the release was conceptualized and what's included in the package.
This is a small, intense film based on Schoenberg’s opus of the same name with the subtitle “danger, fear, catastrophe”. It deals with emerging fascism and the persecution of Jews, as well as with their historical continuities.
Couldn't the impossibility to communicate be compensated by the ability to feel?
Set entirely against a green screen, performance artist Shia LaBeouf recites dialogue submitted by the graduating class of Fine Art BA, with each monologue presented with intense dramatic range in a captivating episodic, artistic format.
Geoff Lawton takes you into the world of Permaculture and explains the basic concepts for beginners.
"Eleven P.M.: An Introduction" reunites with Charles Musser for a brief discussion of the Richard Maurice film.
Film scholar Jan-Christopher Horak discusses Pabst's 1931 film
Sum 41’s DVD Introduction to Destruction captures the band early in their career. In addition to a concert it includes a lot of footage the band shot themselves, both just goofing around and also trying to make “films”. Sum 41 has changed in the years following this DVD release, so it gives you a look back at how they used to be.
My first year Humanities class at the San Francisco Art Institute steps before the camera and introduces itself one by one. This film is an appropriate complement to NEAR THE BIG CHAKRA and should be shown immediately after.
A boy from Leningrad has his world turned upside down by his parent's separation and World War II. He leaves town amidst the fighting and returns to find a friend in his step-brother. The war is seen through the eyes of children and told in flashback form. The film was a special prize winner at the Venice Film Festival.
A half-baked, but tenderized world view offered up for the new arrivals. An abstracted experimental narrative based on three images: face, figure, and crowd. A collage film of representational images of the human figure without being portraiture or performance.
Soufferance presents the 2013 boxed set "Travels". The band is seen casually seated in an office and discusses the new release and plans for 2013.
Filmed in Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), An Introduction to Scientology is the only televised interview given by L. Ron Hubbard. In this interview, LRH explains the history of Scientology, its status as a religion and its benefits on human society.
Film scholar Jan-Christopher Horak discusses Pabst's 1930 film "Westfront 1918".
Based on Dogen’s Mountains and Rivers Sutra, written in 13th century Japan. Here are a few words of introduction spoken by the artist. Direct-to-camera address in an alternating light current, an establishing shot of language. How should we begin?
TV legend David Letterman teams up with fascinating global figures for in-depth interviews and curiosity-fueled excursions in this monthly talk show.
Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish, also known simply as Destinos, is an educational television program created by Bill VanPatten, who was, at the time, Professor of Spanish and Second Language Acquisition at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. The show, designed to introduce viewers to the basics of Spanish, had two seasons, beginning in 1992. Its 52 episodes are often used for educational purposes in schools and are still broadcast regularly on many PBS stations, as well as many local channels. Destinos was produced by WGBH Boston and funded by the Annenberg/CPB Project, with additional funding by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.