An assassin is mistaken for a doctor and threatened by a band of masterless warriors, but they realize their mistake and retreat into the darkness. Days later, he is asked to kill the doctor's brother. What secrets are these men hiding?
the quarry is a silent document of five minutes in the presence of the sublime. This small, quiet 16mm film serves as a testament both to cinema’s failure to reproduce the lived moment and to its success in replacing that moment with one that is equally wondrous.
Charlie (Ruben de Baat), a boy of twelve, creates the most personal gift for his friend best friend, Natalie (Meagan Brodie). It’s a mix tape containing songs with words expressing his feelings to her and it’s a farewell present –for Natalie’s family is moving away…
This thriller investigates the mysterious assassination of a gay pastor in rural South Africa. Without witnesses or explanations, the crime appears to the police and others as a jigsaw puzzle without enough pieces. The police then suspect and arrest people based on the usual prejudices, black and coloured people who plant marijuana in this case. Meanwhile, the true assassin not only goes his way unpunished from the very beginning, but becomes one of the rural town's most respected citizens. The sheriff at one point does begin having certain suspicions, and from there on the bulk of the plot is played out. The location is a very arid part of South Africa, so with so much desert rock, there are bound to be quarries. Some may reveal important secrets.
Marble—in its raw state and as a noble product—is the matter that Quarry is made of. The film portrays two distinct interiors, a large underground marble quarry in Vermont, and several showrooms of Manhattan luxury condos. In between stands a solid reflection about the material choices associated to these architectures and the stone's value within a speculative economy.
Israel, Fifties... Two men are fighting for the love of one woman in the quarry.
South African action drama
This portrait of an abandoned quarry in Quincy, Massachusetts, captures the striking natural beauty of the site as it explores the social rites of the young people who gather along its rugged shores to create leisure in what was once a place of toil. -Harvard Film Archive
The state of New York is rife with ghosts and other spirits, at least according to this video tour of some of the state's most haunted sites. The supernatural tour starts at the abandoned Split Rock Quarry in Syracuse, the site of a terrible explosion at a TNT factory. It moves on to two spooky castles in central New York and culminates at Fort Ontario (on the shores of Lake Ontario), which boasts two centuries' worth of documented ghost stories.
A 10 minute demo reel for a proposed TV series based on the Tony Rome PI movies. With an original score by Jerry Goldsmith.
First ever talkie in Welsh language.
The story of Mac Conway, a Marine who returns home to Memphis from Vietnam in 1972 and finds himself shunned by those he loves and demonized by the public. As he struggles to cope with his experiences at war, Conway is drawn into a network of killing and corruption that spans the length of the Mississippi River.