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Manohar, an upwardly mobile middle class Indian moves into a new apartment -13B on the 13th floor with his family. From the first day in their new home, the women are hooked on to a new TV show 'Sab Khairiyat'. The show is about a family eerily similar to theirs who have also just moved into a new house. As the TV show unfolds, all the incidents that happen in the show start happening to them.
This feature-length documentary by Alanis Obomsawin examines the plight of Native people who come to Montreal searching for jobs and a better life. Often arriving without money, friends or jobs, a number of them quickly become part of the homeless population. Both dislocated from their traditional values and alienated from the rest of the population, they are torn between staying and returning home.
US art dealer returns to his native Germany for a visit and is attracted by Nazi propaganda.
Romances end in blood and the frail hopes of individuals are torn apart in a vile karmic continuity of colonialism, civil war and occupation. After surviving Japanese colonization, Korea became the first war zone of the Cold War. The legacy of war remains today in this divided country. Three forlorn teenagers, Chank-guk, Jihum and Eunok are figures in the landscape of this story, which highlights the global implications of a very Korean reality. None of them is able to escape the withering pull of tragedy. All desperate pleas for love and redemption are returned stamped in red with "Address Unknown".
A 16 year old boy who had thought that his father's death was an accident, suspects otherwise when he receives a 10-year-old lost letter his father had written just before his death.
The complete story of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
In Paris, the emotional and professional tribulations of a musician and his roommate. Fraîchement installé à Paris, David, un musicien, timide et maladroit, tombe fou amoureux de sa jeune élève, Julia. Il tente tout pour la séduire. Sa colocataire, Anne, l'encourage, le conseille, et le console... passionnément !
Marceau Léonetti (Lino Ventura), a competent and energetic officer stops by chance the son of an influential lawyer driving under the influence of alcohol. A few months later, the lawyer falsely accuses Léonetti as being violent and incompetent. As a result Marceau is transferred to a small police station, where he meets young and beautiful Jeanne (Marlène Jobert). Soon they are faced with a tough investigation.
A provincial girl who failed to enter a theatre institute learned all advantages and disadvantages of living in the capital working alternatively as a lift operator, a housemaid and even a model at the Fashion House. A guy whom she had met in the train vainly tried to find her in the big city and finally met her at the railway station at the moment she was getting on a train to leave the capital.
The Gettysburg Address is the subject of a new documentary by Ken Burns. The documentary tells the story of students at the Greenwood School whose study of the Gettysburg Address brings new understanding to the speech.
Keith Haring, Robert Mapplethorpe, Norman René, Peter Hujar, Ethyl Eichelberger, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Cookie Mueller, Klaus Nomi... the list of New York artists who died of AIDS over the last 30 years is countless, and the loss immeasurable. In Last Address, filmmaker Ira Sachs, who first moved to the city himself in 1984, uses images of the exteriors of the houses, apartment buildings, and lofts where these and others were living at the time of their deaths to mark the disappearance of a generation. The elegaic film is both a remembrance of that loss, as well as an evocation of the continued presence of their work in our lives and culture.
There is no topic that unites all of Vancouver quite like that of housing. At every dinner party, social gathering, or chance meeting in the street, everyone has an opinion, and they want to share it. Charles Wilkinson’s new film Vancouver: No Fixed Address tackles the subject from a multiplicity of perspectives. A chorus of voices chime in — everyone from David Suzuki, to Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, Seth Klein, Condo King Bob Rennie, Senator Yuen Pau Woo, and lots of regular Vancouver citizens.
Tom Jenkins's short film Address Is Approximate tells the whimsical and inspiring story of one toy's journey to the California coast.
Do not hear, do not look, do not seek and do not see, No sky, no earth. No Address...
President Obama delivers the 2016 State of the Union address to Congress and the nation.
James Sumner directs and animates the entire Dirty Projectors’ The Getty Address.
A political film written by statesman Shimpei Goto advocating for universal suffrage.
"No Permanent Address" documents the first ascent of a 23 pitch free climb on a 2,700 ft. granite wall located in the remote wilderness of British Columbia. Sean Easton and Aaron Black team up for the first ascent of "Call of the Granite" all amazingly caught on film. The film follows Aaron for the 7 months prior as he climbs with friends in some of the most famous areas in North America such as El Potrero Chico, Hueco, Indian Creek, Bishop, and Yosemite. Watch as a cast of male and female climbers push themselves to their limits on everything from boulders to crack climbs. The film highlights life on and off the rock showing the tricks of survival in the real, inspiring, and sometimes shocking world of the modern climber. Behind every minute of footage are days of rigging and filming. The beautiful photography and up-beat soundtrack are sure to get you psyched to climb!
When a young girl injures her knee, her father utilizes her in an insurance scheme where she must pretend to be crippled. The act goes a bit too well, however, and she eventually comes to believe it herself.