A flatbed editing table is snapped on. A woman’s hands reach in and out of the frame, cutting and editing a reel of film. She splices, scrubs, rewinds and rolls the sound and images. Fragments of animated archival footage flash across the screen: women walking in chains, protesting with placards, speaking at podiums. We hear bursts of words and the percussive whir and click of the Steenbeck—until a “message” is finally revealed.
Dedicated to the memory of Kathleen Shannon, this experimental short Assembly is inspired by the NFB's Studio D filmmakers. Featuring a rhythmic soundscape and paint-on-glass animation, the film shows a woman’s hands reaching in and out of the frame, cutting and editing a reel of film on a flatbed editing table. She splices, scrubs, rewinds and rolls the sound and images. Fragments of animated archival footage flash across the screen: women walking in chains, protesting with placards, speaking at podiums. We hear bursts of words and the percussive whir and click of the Steenbeck—until a “message” is finally revealed.
Follows a soldier trying to gain recognition for comrades who died in 1948, at a turning point in the civil war between the communists and the nationalist forces of the Kuomintang (KMT).
Just one year ago, citizens joined together at Place de la République in Paris to demonstrate against labor reforms, the El Khomri law. This rapidly became an opportunity to invent another way of handling politics. It was the beginning of Nuit Debout. The film follows closely this social movement's inner core, a new kind of citizen's and democratic parliament, without representatives or leaders, which attempts to allow everyone the chance to speak. How do we speak in unison without speaking with a single voice?
Mariano returns to the elementary school where he studies after a long psychological therapy to treat his fears of the violence that exists in the city. Mariano will prove his courage when he face the bad boys of the school, a stage and surprise that they have prepared.
In Asamblea general (1960), the documentary about Fidel's address of the First Declaration of Havana in the Plaza of the Revolution, Alea practises what becomes a sustaining Cuban contribution to documentary. Engaging with Free Cinema and cinema-vérité, his camera seems to touch the faces of the new citizen one by one rather than as a single mass before a leader.
In a self-assembly cabinet, bereaved parents find a monstrous substitute for their dead son.
Critical Assembly is based on two college students (Katherine Heigl and Kerr Smith) who build a nuclear device, which is stolen by a fellow student. When it ends up in the hands of a terrorist, they work with an FBI agent (Beach) in a race against time.
Gia bought herself the latest model human being. But unfortunately, it doesn't quite work as its supposed to.
Many middle school students focus on their everyday anxieties unaware of the impending end of the world, until an Army staff sergeant announces a campus lockdown at an emergency assembly.
Film starring Annapoorna, Mohan Babu and Divya Bharti
A short drama directed by Mort Heilig.
Milka is a state employee in the office for approval of the applications for registration of political parties. Her problem is how to make his escaped husband back, while her clients are only worried how to seize power.
Filmed at the Kinetik Festival in Montreal 2011 and other cities during Front Line Assembly's "Improved.Electronic.Device Tour (North America), KAMPFBEREIT [combat-ready} puts you front row and center at a concert of one of the original seminal Industrial bands, Front Line Assembly. A hidden track reveals the answer to the mystery of Soy Leeb.
NO75 Unified Estonia was a fictious political movement created by Theatre NO99 that a large portion of the public treated as a real political force. It lasted 44 days, during which various political technologies were introduced. The project ended with Unified Estonia movement assembly, with more than 7500 people attending. It was one of the largest theatre events in contemporary Europe.
A video of a live performance by the fabulous Dyketones. Great fun, humor, music, and costumes. Lesbian versions of some of the classic pop hits of the past. Poodle skirts and horn-rimmed glasses. Wishful fantasies about favorite female vocalists. Outrageous entertainment.
The first high definition live concert recording of Machinae Supremacy, filmed at the Assembly Summer demoparty in Helsinki Finland on August 4th 2011. It is officially released as a torrent download via thepiratebay.
Recorded live at Chemnitz - Kraftwerk 14.10.95 and Mainz - KUZ 24.10.95. Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering Los Angeles.
Hoosiers basketball fans are sure to enjoy this all-access pass to the University of Indiana's state-of-the-art Assembly Hall, once home to future NBA greats Isaiah Thomas, Kent Benson and others. From the hardwood to the luxury boxes, Brent Musburger takes viewers on an exclusive tour of the Hoosiers' Big 10 arena. Opened in 1972, Assembly Hall accommodates more than 17,000 college hoops fans on sold-out game days.
Set List: Handsome Devil Still Ill This Charming Man Pretty Girls Make Graves Reel Around The Fountain What Difference Does It Make? Miserable Lie This Night Has Opened My Eyes Hand In Glove These Things Take Time You've Got Everything Now
Jin Sang Pil is elected as a member of the national assembly. Prior to becoming a national assembly member, he worked as a welder in a shipyard. He is simple, brave and righteous, but his work as a national assembly member is poor. With the help of his aid Choi In Kyung, Jin Sang Pil is able to become a honorable national assembly member.
When fourteen-year-old Jarvis Raines gets a chemistry set from his Aunt Marlene for Christmas, he assumes it's just another boring gift. Boy is he wrong! The contents create a chemical reaction that destroys his houseso much for a Merry Christmas! After getting not even an apology from the manufacturer, Knickknack Toys, Jarvis takes them to court, wins, and ends up owning the company!
Some Assembly Required is a Discovery Channel TV series which premiered in the United States on December 27, 2007 and originally aired in 2007 and 2008. Hosts Brian Unger and physicist Lou Bloomfield explain how various things are manufactured and participate in the manufacturing process. The show is also titled as How Stuff's Made in the UK.