Japanese comedy film.
Jack Chester, an overworked air traffic controller, takes his family on vacation to the beach. Things immediately start to go wrong for the Chesters, and steadily get worse. Jack ends up in a feud with a local yachtsman, and has to race him to regain his pride and family's respect.
Rüdiger Stein starts filming Klaus and Manuela, young expectant parents, for a documentary on the topic "Starting a Family." As the project threatens to fall apart, Rüdiger becomes personally involved in this family-to-be, an experience which enables him to open his eyes to his life and work.
Kim Getty is an immigrant from 400 years in the future, sent back to modern day Brooklyn to live out an easier life. She's built a new identity in this time that nearly satisfies: she has a full time job, shares an apartment with a roommate, and is falling in love. But when she finds two other people from the future--a 15-year-old girl and Kim's own long-lost husband--Kim must fight to keep the life she once had from destroying the life she built here.
After 10 years separation from his wife, a film director (Jean-Louis Trintignant), imagines he can make up with her by giving her a part in his next film, an adaptation of Tshekov's "Three Sisters". He goes location scouting and stays in Bex, a Spa near Lake Leman, together with the three actresses : Julie, his ex-wife (Delphine Seyrig), the mysterious Cecilia, that his producer wants him to take (Lea Massari), and Esther (Valérie Mairesse), a teenager. They all stay in an old decaying hotel. In this isolated mansion the four of them will fight but also discover each other.
The credits for Shot on Location say it was written and directed by John Donne, the 17th century metaphysical poet. Sexploitation vets RENE BOND, RIC LUTZ, EVE ORLON, and SANDY DEMPSEY are on hand to convince you otherwise. But don’t make up your mind before considering the boners offered up here in the spirit of poetic licentiousness, as the story of a randy group of moviemakers plays itself out with characteristic early-Seventies panache. Suffice it to say that "shooting on location," in more ways than one, is the order of business in this excessively un-metaphysical epic.
'Location Scouting' (2013) is the first feature film by LTWW Productions. Written and directed by Paul McCallum and Daniel Taylor, it stars Joel Hewett, Jess Johnstone, Chris Gerrard, Katy May Ferguson and Robbie Forsyth.
Making-of documentary that covers "Cobra Verde," Herzog's last film with Kinski before Kinski's death. This is the documentary that registers the behind the scenes moments of "Cobra Verde", the last project that united director Werner Herzog to actor Klaus Kinski. The notorious and infamous relation between the two filled Cinema theatres with masterpieces, but also filled pages of Cinema History with mutual declarations of both love and hate.
In 1963, accompanied by a newsreel photographer and a Catholic priest, Piero Paolo Pasolini traveled to Palestine to investigate the possibility of filming his biblical epic The Gospel According to Matthew in its approximate historical locations. Edited by The Gospel‘s producer for potential funders and distributors, Seeking Locations in Palestine features semi-improvised commentary from Pasolini as its only soundtrack. As we travel from village to village, we listen to Pasolini’s idiosyncratic musings on the teachings of Christ and witness his increasing disappointment with the people and landscapes he sees before him. Israel, he laments, is much too modern. The Palestinians, much too wretched; it would be impossible to believe the teachings of Jesus had reached these faces. The Gospel According to Matthew was ultimately filmed in Southern Italy. Mel Gibson would use some of the same locations forty years later for The Passion of the Christ.
George Carlin's first ever comedy special, filmed live at the University of Southern California. Here, he talks about monopoly, flying on planes, random thoughts, walking, and other things.
A short comedy exploring the allure of property websites.
"Sanford and Son" made Redd Foxx a household name. This HBO "On Location" features his night-club act, raw and uncensored, and gives the viewers another side of this comedic genius. Starting thirty years before Sanford in what was known as the "chitlin" circuit, he performed with the likes of Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey and the Will Mastin Trio. The Silverbird Hotel in Las Vegas presents the act in the true Redd Foxx tradition.
Improve your lighting skills on location! Ever want to know how to get big results with your lighting without breaking your back lugging around heavy gear? Not only is it easy, it\'s fun. Spend an hour with David Guy Maynard on the beautiful beaches of Florida with gorgeous models and simple, direct instruction: • 1, 2 and 3 light setups with & without modification • Choosing light modifiers • Off-camera lighting techniques • How to overpower harsh sunlight with style
Phyllis Diller live on location 1977
Behind the scenes documentary shot during the making of Sofia Coppola's Lost In Translation (2003)
A personal meditation on the landscape of the American West that tracks the ruling conception in nature in the 19th and 20th centuries from the pioneers through the instamatic tourists, at the same time that it obsessively follows the four seasons. The elemental vicissitudes of the weather, the exact moment of the day, the colour of the light and the soil and the trees form an acute visual record of the constantly changing mood of the landscape. The film successfully attempts, with quiet, passionate, almost single-minded firmness, to confront us as nakedly as possible with our cultural inability to see nature whole, without preconceptions.
With an uncanny ability to mimic just about any dialect he heard and accompany it with a hilariously appropriate facial expression, classic nightclub comedian Myron Cohen built his career on the art of effective storytelling. Filmed in Warwick, R.I., and hosted by fellow comedian Steve Allen, this installment of HBO's "On Location" series captures Cohen in his element, spinning yarns that are sure to make you laugh.
Performing at the Celebrity Star Theater in Phoenix on July 23, 1978, Carlin mesmerizes his audience in the second of his 12 HBO specials. The show was originally planned as part of a concert/sketch movie, The Illustrated George Carlin, that never came to fruition.The routines include: Death, Kids & Parents, Newscast #2, Time and Al Sleet, the Hippy-Dippy Weatherman. -- From Amazon.com
Robert Klein Revisited
Location, Location, Location is a Channel 4 property programme, presented by Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer and produced by IWC Media, part of the RDF Media Group. The reality show follows Kirstie and Phil as they try to find the perfect home for a different set of buyers each week. It first aired in May 2000. The 2007 series had a major revamp. The opening titles logo was changed and the format of the show altered. Instead of only one couple per week looking for a house in a town, two couples with different tastes look for a house in the same city with the presenters going back and forth to the different househunters. Each episode was extended to 60 minutes from the original 30. The first episode featured Glasgow and the second Sheffield.
On Location is a series from Home Box Office. The series premiered in 1976 and features stand-up comedy with George Carlin, David Brenner, Redd Foxx, Rich Little, Robin Williams, Phyllis Diller, Buddy Hackett, Billy Crystal, Pat Cooper and more. In addition to showing select comedians, On Location featured comedy shows such as the annual Young Comedians Show, comedy club shows and more. From 1982 to 1986, a version of the "HBO In Space" program opening sequence was used to introduce the series.
Josh Gates goes on an awe-inspiring journey to the most storied places on the planet.
George Carlin: Again! is American comedian George Carlin's second HBO stand-up television special. It was filmed in the round at The Celebrity Theater in 1978 in Phoenix, Arizona. The show was first broadcast on July 23, 1978. The opening segment of the show contains pictures from Carlin's childhood which he narrates over: "I thought we might take a look at some of the pictures from the days when my show business career was just starting". The narration segues into Carlin waiting backstage to go on. He begins his routine by acknowledging the audience before diving into his "Goofy Shit" list which includes some new routines: Sandman on a rainy night, large craft warnings, Marine land fish sticks, centipedes, waiters in waiting rooms, evening gowns at night clubs, fluorescent lights, Kleenex targets, the hats that are not there, frogs legs, emptying the wishing wells, dream credits, why there is no blue food, skilled and unskilled workers, why we buy flowers, and cleaning the church. Carlin then performs a new long routine about time, who has the time, and words we use to describe time