Quality Control consists of a series of 16mm single take shots filmed in the summer of 2010,over a two day period, in a dry cleaners facility in Pritchard, Alabama, near Mobile, Quality Control exhibits the acts as well the conditions around labor and showcases, in Everson's words "the fine folks of Alabama producing a superior product." It is similar stylistically, in form and rhythm, to certain scenarios in Everson's award-winning and critically acclaimed previous films, including Erie (IFFR 2010) and in thematic concerns to several other short form works which follow the daily, quotidian tasks of workers in rest and in motion, and is an oblique sequel, ten years hence, to Everson's Creative Capital granted project A Week in the Hole (2001), which focused on an employee's adjustment to materials, time, space and personnel. - Written by Madeleine Molyneaux, producer
Remote Control is a TV game show that ran on MTV for five seasons from 1987 until 1990. It was MTV's first original non-musical program. New episodes were made for first-run syndication from 1989 until 1990 which were distributed by Viacom. Three contestants answered trivia questions on movies, music, and television, many of which were presented in skit format. The series was developed by producers Joe Davola and Michael Duggan, and directed by Dana Calderwood.
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Parental Control is a heavily scripted "pseudo-reality" program produced by MTV. The two directors, Brendon Carter and Bruce Klassen, have also created other MTV shows. In Asia, this show was aired on Channel V in the period of 2007-2009.
Give Out Girls is a British television comedy series created by Tony MacMurray and stand up comedienne Hatty Ashdown.
Tokyo Control is a 2011 Japanese television drama series that is produced by Sony and Fuji Television. It is the first television series in 3D made in Japan.This television series revolves around air traffic control, and it stars Ayako Kawahara and Saburo Tokito as air traffic controllers. Tokyo Control premiered on Sky PerfecTV! HD, a subscription-based channel on the Fuji Television network, on January 19, 2012. It was aired in both 2D and 3D formats, and it has a total of 10 episodes. This television series has been well received by viewers.
Damage Control is a reality TV series produced by MTV. Hosted by Simple Plan frontman Pierre Bouvier, and directed by Sebastian Doggart, the show was a real-life version of the movie Risky Business. It first aired on MTV on March 6, 2005. The last episode was broadcast on April 24, 2005.
Crisis Control is a BBC children's television series. The show is presented by 'The Commander', played by Garry Robson. Each week there is a major world crisis, such as a tsunami, killer disease, or volcano. Children acting as cadets compete as teams in different tests to earn stars. The rescue is co-ordinated from a high-tech emergency response control centre. The last test is usually a physical activity. The winning cadets gain 'Crisis Control's ultimate accolade', the Golden Emblem. The runners up get the Silver Emblem. The show was shown on Fridays at 4:30pm on the CBBC Channel in early 2009 but has not been broadcast since then.
ControlTV is a live interactive reality web show produced by Seth Green. Starting October 6, 2010, 25-year-old Tristan Couvares began the experiment of having his life filmed all day, every day, for a duration of 6 weeks. A second season was announced but never produced.
Control Freaks was a weekly video game review television show which was broadcast at 12:30pm on Sundays on the Seven Network in Australia. It was made in Adelaide, South Australia, by the digital media production company, Brave Vision Pty Ltd, founded by Brett Howe and David Nye. Control Freaks was first broadcast in 2001. The program was cancelled by Seven in 2003 after two years on air. You can find the odd Control Freaks video on YouTube. Two DVD's were released in Australia and New Zealand, just after the show went to air.
Lose Control is an Indian television programming block, which airs over four hours daily on Disney Channel India. The program features a competition in which viewers must guess which series a featured clip is from. Weekly winners are awarded a Disney-branded scooter, and have the chance to win a trip to Hong Kong Disneyland.
Kimimaro works two jobs to make ends meet. He could go from pauper to prince in a parallel world called the Financial District—if he’ll invest his future as collateral in a dangerous game. Winning gets you more wealth, but losing could erase you from existence. When the destructive forces at play compel Kimimaro to confront the most powerful player, can he save the real world from total collapse?
Control Room Presents is a series which aired on MyNetworkTV from October 1, 2007 to March 15, 2008. The program aired previously recorded music concerts from various popular artists.
Whether it be beating the lie detector, winning at will at a London casino (defying a nation-wide ban), giving a ghost train operator a taste of his own medicine or helping a bystander recall 'hidden' details at the scene of a shocking incident, Derren deploys his audacious confidence and intuition to predict, suggest and control human behaviour.
Out of Control is an American comedy television series that ran on Nickelodeon from 1984 until 1985 with reruns until 1991, and was the first series produced specifically for that channel.
Beyond Our Control was the title of an American youth-produced television series that aired on local NBC affiliate WNDU-TV in South Bend, Indiana for 20 seasons from 1967 to 1986. Usually televised from late-January to mid-May of each year, the program was produced by WJA-TV, a company that was part of the local Junior Achievement program, designed to give high school students business and work experience, of which WNDU-TV was a local sponsor.