Two guys fall in love, and then deal with the fallout of their love. The music video was originally released as three separate music videos.
Mohammed El Kurd is a Palestinian boy growing up in the neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah in the heart of East Jerusalem. When Mohammed turns 11, his family is forced to give up part of their home to Israeli settlers, who are leading a campaign of court-sanctioned evictions to guarantee Jewish control of the area. Shortly after their displacement, Mohammed’s family and other residents begin peacefully protesting against the evictions, determined not to lose their homes for good. In a surprising turn, they are quickly joined by scores of Israeli supporters who are horrified to see what is being done in their name. Among them is Jewish West Jerusalem resident Zvi Benninga and his sister Sara, who develop a strong relationship with Mohammed and his family as they take on a leading role in organizing the protests.
Shot across three continents, in New York, São Paulo and Cape Town, this documentary chronicles the intergenerational experiences of spatial violence and its correlation to apartheid spatial planning and its modern incarnation, gentrification.
Directed by Houssam El-Din Mustafa.
With her familiar greeting of "Welcome possums!" Dame Edna uses her purple possum picker to find three contestants from the all-female audience of her hit game show. The unprepared contestants find a camera crew poised in front of one of their homes ready to invade her bedroom, bathroom and her drawers and cabinets for all the world to see.
What if you woke up one morning and your neighbourhood had been overrun by baboons? Would you go Bananas?
An in depth look at the making of The 'Burbs, from High Rising Productions. This feature-length documentary includes interviews with director Joe Dante, actors Corey Feldman, Courtney Gains and Wendy Schaal, director of photography Robert M. Stevens and production designer James H. Spencer.
A short documentary of filmmaker Patricio Guzmán interviewing local astronomers.
Japanese softcore erotic movie
Neighbourhood is a Malaysian Chinese drama co-produced by ntv7 and mm2 Entertainment. It was filmed in 2009 and aired on ntv7 starting 2 May 2012, at 1:30pm.
Shirl's Neighbourhood was an Australian afternoon children's television series aired on the Seven Network between 1979 and 1983. The half-hour show featured former Skyhooks frontman Graeme "Shirley" Strachan and co-host Liz Rule alongside a cast of characters including Norm The Kangaroo, Ol' Possum, Claude The Crow, Stanley The Snake, Greenfinger the Garden Gnome, Yippee the Bunyip, Bartholomew the Sheep and a band of monkeys. Franciscus Henri appeared in the show as a regular, both as himself presenting musical segments and as "Professor Henri" in comical sketches. He left the show in October 1980. Norm the Kangaroo was played by Don Bridges. The other characters were puppets created and brought to life by Ron Mueck.
Neighbourhood Watched is a British reality television programme focusing on the lives of Housing Officers and their tenants.
Documentary series following the work of groundbreaking police teams as they confront the problems of troubled communities.
Million Dollar Neighbourhood is a Canadian documentary television series on the Oprah Winfrey Network. The series debuted on January 22, 2012.
Dame Edna's Neighbourhood Watch was a comic game show created by Barry Humphries for ITV.
The life of 4-year-old Daniel Tiger and his friends as they learn fun and practical strategies and skills necessary for growing and learning.