A 1970 film.
TV adaptation of Michael Thalheimer's production at the Deutsches Theater Berlin.
When a German teacher meets a new student, she is confronted with a traumatic event from her past. Struggling with her grief on her own, she falls prey to impulses she could've never imagined. Not her grief, but the battle for self-control turns out te be her greatest enemy.
The literary activity of Emilia Pardo Bazán causes the scandal of her husband and conservative circles. Supported by his family, decides to end her marriage to become a professional writer. Doña Emilia is set in Madrid, where he developed an activity tirelessly to get the place in the institutions of culture that deserves for his talent and ability, facing all kinds of slights and exclusions because of their gender. The Countess will become one of the key figures of female emancipation in Spain in the late nineteenth century, leaving a work as extensive as rich and varied.
Like the Kabakovs' evocative art, 'Ilya and Emilia KABAKOV: ENTER HERE' has the sweep of a Russian novel and the immediacy of a family drama. It probes art's ability to transcend oppression and exile. With extraordinary access, the film follows the Soviet-born international art luminaries, now U.S. citizens, to Putin's Moscow, as they come face to face with their catastrophic past in the dizzying present. For the first time, Ilya Kabakov has returned to the hometown where his art was once forbidden, to install seven magical walk-in installations with his wife and partner-in-art, Emilia. The action ranges from the high plains of Texas to a blighted neighborhood in the Ukraine and climaxes as a sea of flashbulbs illuminate the artists at an opening pronounced 'historic'.
Emiliano Zapata was a peasant who understood the ideals of the working class. He became a figurehead of the revolutionary uprising in Mexico..
A footage showing a crowd coming to Cuautla for the famous revolutionary leader's funerals.
On October 30, 1988, the businessman Emiliano Revilla had been kidnapped by ETA for 249 days. After more than eight months of captivity, hopes of liberation were increasingly scarce and very few journalists were still standing guard at the employer's house. María José Sáez, a young editor, formerly of the EFE Agency, was the only one who was close to the house on the night of October 30th.
A six minute film of the funeral of the murdered Metropolitan Emilianos of Grevena, of which all has been lost save 17 seconds.