Freshman high-school student Melinda has refused to speak ever since she called the cops on a popular summer party. With her old friends snubbing her for being a rat, and her parents too busy to notice her troubles, she folds into herself, trying to hide her secret: that star senior Andy raped her at the party. But Melinda does manage to find solace in her art class headed by Mr. Freeman.
The courtroom and publicity battles between the superstar wrestler and the notorious website explode in a sensational trial all about the limits of the First Amendment and the new no holds barred nature of celebrity life in an internet dominated society.
Speak is an 11 minute animated film that was known for it's intense flicker/strobe effect when shown in London area psychedelic clubs. That being the case Latham thought Pink Floyd would be a good match for its soundtrack. Near the end of the 10/67 De Lane Lea sessions (which produced Jugband Blues, Remember a Day, Vegetable Man and Beechwoods) the Syd led Floyd set aside some time to take a stab at recording a soundtrack for the film. A recording was completed and submitted to Latham but he rejected it.*
About the fear of public speaking and chronicles several characters as they prepare for the World Championships of Public Speaking. One leaves behind a job and his wife and 6 kids on his quest to be the best. Another spends 6 weeks writing and rewriting his speech only to write it once more 72 hours before the contest. For another, it is a fight for life that gives her the strength to speak and tell her story while she still has time. They all want to share with the world their very personal stories of triumph over adversity. But only one will be named the World's Best Speaker.
A small TV crew make their way into the most haunted hotel in the US for the last program in their web series on the paranormal. With the help of a native-American medium, they perform ‘the speak’, a ceremony that brings forth more spirits and demons than the crew bargained for.
Nine women tell their stories about being married and coming out later in life and changing their lives.
A professor gets mixed up with chorus girls in a Broadway musical.
A group of friends are having a party on a boat. In the distance, a small town watches them in silence. Suddenly, one of them is seriously injured and the group approach the village for help. No one attends, the few inhabitants they find order them to be quiet and disappear into the darkness. The group split for help and strange and terrifying things start to happen, some of them are killed in terrible circumstances. Those who still live, increasingly terrified, discover the reason for all these murders. If they want to leave the village alive and the house where they are locked, they will have to survive in absolute silence.
A look at America's struggles with war, class, race and women's rights. based on Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States."
How a villager Hoovaiah, takes on an MNC and corrupt politicians who try to misguide villagers to acquire a village for mining?
An elderly woman who files endless complaints with the local office to right the wrongs around her forms an unlikely friendship with a junior civil servant when she begins learning English from him.
Recorded during her Speak Now World Tour in 2011, this live recording collects 18 performances from the country-pop starlet, including all songs from her 2010 studio outing Speak Now. It also features home movies and rehearsal footage for the show, which was an elaborate affair that utilized dancers, aerialists, numerous costume changes, and a mammoth, multi-stage setup that more closely resembled a high-profile Broadway musical than it did a country music concert.
The mayor of a village sees her son killed in a gun accident. A successful, dedicated bureuacrat, she must reconcile her desire to build a bridge - and the new housing that will come with it - with the reality of resistance from the townspeople and her own grief.
The movie focuses on our common identities : “woman” and “black”, whilst highlighting the diversity of Afropean diasporas. This documentary explores the intersections of discrimination, art and blackness.
Silvi's husband dies in an accident. For a period of time, she loses interest in life. However, life goes on, and Silvi recovers. She falls in love with Ardi, but discovers that he is an accomplice in a theft of state property. She is the only witness, so Ardi asks her to stay silent, which leads to Silvi falling into a moral dilemma.
If Sergio Colombo, a middle age man, doesn't want to lose his job, has to attend a full immersion English course in UK. So Sergio leave his wife and son and reaches a school full of terrible kids. Obviously he is the only adult and the worse student. Learning English hasn't been never so hard.
After the school ball, a boy dances with a girl. Everything goes fine until she asks his name...
High school friends TJ, Sarah, and Jenny reunite years after high school graduation to host the extravagant Nella's bachelorette party. When the seemingly timid evening ends in disaster and with the bride nowhere in sight, the girls, along with the future sister-in-law, must devise a plan to find Nella and reveal the truth. In Speak Now, loyalties are tested along with the ability to grow in a stagnant relationship. The girls are soon to learn when enough is enough.
Why is the English spoken by Maine lobstermen so different from thatscene from the broadcast spoken by cowboys in Texas? Does Spanish pose a threat to English as the dominant language in America? And what on earth do yins, wickety wack, ayuh, catty whompus, and stomping it clean mean? Robert MacNeil travels cross-country to answer these questions and examine the dynamic state of American English – a language rich with regional variety, strong global impact and cultural controversy.
Y Speak was a youth-oriented debate show that discusses on Philippine issues. Now on its seventh year, Studio 23's flagship show Y Speak is hosted by Bianca Gonzalez which airs every Saturday. To date, it is one of Studio 23's most awarded local shows. Aside from the CMMA victory as Best TV Talk Show, it is also a recipient of the UST Students' Choice Award for Best Public Affairs Talk Show, the Gandingan for Best Panel Discussion Show, the Anak TV Seal, and endorsements from the Department of Education and the National Youth Commission.
Bringing audiences inside the work of one man who has truly seen it all in his 25 years on the job – Graham Hetrick. A seasoned coroner in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, this eight part series features an inside look at shocking murder cases and complex forensic investigations: while detectives search for clues among the living, Hetrick uncovers the secrets of the dead.
Let's Speak English was a Canadian language instruction television series which aired on CBC Television from 1961 to 1962.
July 1962. Christine Beauval, star speaker of the RTF, is a fulfilled woman who leads her life as a wife and mother, as well as an ambitious professional career. But in the spotlight, when she should speak, her body suddenly falls, bloody. A few days earlier, her husband Pierre was appointed head of Mondovision by his friend Eric Jauffret, Minister of Information.
Poverty Campaign: Speak Up is a society show on Hong Kong's TVB sponsored by general manager Stephen Chan. The title literally means "The story of a million people" as the show allows the poor to speak out about their poverty experience. Most complaints are against the way the Hong Kong government and major corporations treat them unfairly. Much of the theme is about the increasing gap between the rich and the poor.
Trained dancer Vandana Hart travels the world to learn traditional and urban dance styles from the local experts who know them best.
Martha Speaks is a Canadian/American animated children's television series based on the 1992 children's book of the same name by Susan Meddaugh, about a talking dog named Martha, who is owned by ten-year-old Helen Lorraine. When Helen feeds Martha some alphabet soup, the soup travels to her brain instead of her stomach, resulting in her ability to speak. The show focuses on synonyms and vocabulary, with each episode featuring an underlying theme illustrated with key words. The show takes place in the fictional town of Wagstaff City, a parody of Flagstaff, Arizona. The show is produced by WGBH in Boston, along with Vancouver based animation studio DHX Media Vancouver, and debuted on September 1, 2008 on PBS Kids and PBS Kids Go! stations across the United States. Some episodes of this TV series were available for limited theatrical release on January 3, 2009. The second season began airing on September 14, 2009. The third season of Martha Speaks premiered on PBS Kids on October 11, 2010, and the fourth season began airing on February 20, 2012. In May 2013, PBS Kids renewed Martha Speaks for a fifth and sixth season of 8 new episodes each. The fifth season premiered on June 24, 2013.
SPEAKOUT is a debate show that airs Sundays on TFC after The Buzz. The show is billed as the first Filipino American town hall program where Filipinos of all ages can come together and discuss the topics of the day and have them aired on international television.
Relatively Speaking was an American TV game show that aired in syndication from September 5, 1988 to June 23, 1989. The series was hosted by comedian John Byner, with John Harlan announcing. The object of the game was for four celebrities to identify a famous person who is related to an in-studio contestant. Playing on Byner's comedic skills, before each day's first game began, a video clip was shown of Byner impersonating a famous character or person while explaining the rules of the game.
Speakers' Corner is a television series that aired weekly on Citytv and A stations in Canada, later CTV Two), featuring numerous short segments on a variety of topics as recorded by members of the general public in the form of rants, big-ups, shoutouts, jokes, music performances, etc. After the video was complete, it was edited for television. The show was an example of Citytv founder Moses Znaimer's philosophy of interactive broadcasting. Rogers Media, owners of Citytv stations since 2007 from CHUM Limited, announced the cancellation of the series on August 31, 2008, citing the emergence of other interactive media.
Real convicted killers face the camera and describe their crimes in full detail.
The Speaker is a 2009 British television series, broadcast on BBC Two. It is a talent show type series that aimed to find the best young speaker in the United Kingdom. The show is narrated by Jane Horrocks. The three judges are stand-up comedian Jo Brand, former American basketball player and political activist John Amaechi and Jeremy Stockwell. Regional auditions were held in London, Glasgow, Cardiff and Manchester. 160 young people were invited to auditions after sending in videos of themselves speaking. The participants had to be aged between 14 to 18. Only 5 participants are allowed through to the next round for each region in episodes 1 & 2. Then the 20 who get through are reduced to 8 after a number of challenges in episode 3.
Speaking Freely is a public television show by the First Amendment Center hosted by Ken Paulsen. Recent guests have included Jim Bouton of Ball Four fame and Lewis Black of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Strictly Speaking is an Australian television series which began airing on 29 September 2010. The show is hosted by Andrew Hansen and is currently being aired on ABC1. After only 5 episodes, Strictly Speaking was removed from ABC's schedule after failing to attract viewers. On 5 June 2011, the show returned to ABC1 in a new Sunday timeslot.
Geographically Speaking was an American travel series that debuted on June 9, 1946 on NBC, and aired Sundays at 8:15 pm EST immediately following the game show Face to Face. The weekly 15-minute program was one of the first TV shows to have a regular sponsor, Bristol-Myers. The show consisted of hostess Mrs. Carveth Wells narrating her 16mm home movies of her trips with her husband to unusual and exotic places. When she ran out of home movies, the series ended in October 1947. Mrs. Wells later appeared as a contestant on Groucho Marx's You Bet Your Life, on TV and radio, in February 1958.