Martin Skovbjerg's ambitious and directorial debut offers a timely and provocative take of toxic friendship and the destructive power of extreme masculinity.
Brett Mayer - - Lillo Brancato, Justina Machado, Keith Brunsmann
Film starring David Kriegel, Michael Steppe, Keith Brunsmann, Justina Machado, Leo Rossi, Lillo Brancato
The story takes the battle of the sexes into the hockey arena, as Paula Taymore - who almost once made the Olympic team - finds herself drawn into a challenge match against an irritating local men's squad. Fresh from a painful divorce, and doubting herself, Paula must make a winner out of an explosive, irreverent crew of women hockey players who flock to her town, Red Deer Alberta, to assemble the team.
A peddler of "the best glue" sets up his outdoor stall. A crowd gathers for a demonstration. As he gives his pitch, two observant cops decide drive off his customers and close him down, much to his fury. He seeks revenge as they sit on a park bench.
For three high school friends, growing up takes a dangerous turn when the local bully targets them with his aggression. With no one to turn to but each other, they muster the courage to take a shot at settling the score.
This is a true story about a fourteen year-old girl named Emma. Just like any other girl, Emma has a crush; only this crush is on a girl named Alice. Although Emma is a great kid, no matter how hard she tries, she is socially rejected and bullied by her peers. Never the less, her attempts to fit in are relentless.
Andy's rival has wanted posters printed claiming that Andy's sweetheart is a swindler.
Felix is a down-and-out young drummer who obtains a pair of magic drumsticks from a street vendor. He soon finds out the sticks are able to make native New Yorkers dance uncontrollably.
As a child, Lindsey was tormented my a monster in her closet. She thought it was all just her imagination, but now he's returned. Has he come to remind her of a promise, or is it all in her head?
A short film about a planet whose inhabitants chew on poisonous blue sticks.
Leather-Queen George will be there, bragging about his rubber bed sheets. So will The Lavender Guru, a loquacious flower child incessantly babbling hippie-speak. Bobby, who's "new to this whole thing", will be having a panic attack and Bike-Boy Fernando will be showing off his new Prince Albert. Yet despite Peter and Buddy's relationship disintegrating right before our eyes, the party will be a smashing success - especially their inevitable end-of-the-romance tussle on the floor. Described by many as a low-budget version of "The Boys In The Band".
In Sticks and Stones, the captain of a Canadian Pee-Wee hockey team organizes a tournament to make amends for the horrible treatment an American team received during a visit to Canada in March, 2003.
Golf is like sex, it's sticks and balls. Made for straight 8's 2007 competition on one cartridge of super 8 film with only in-camera edits and no post-production. premiered at straight 8's cannes film festival screening
A young man returns home from Vietnam blind. He is very bitter about the war and alienates his family and friends. This movie deals with the aftermath of war and how people react to it both veterans and their families. (IMDb)
A man masters the ancient art of arnis with the help of his grandfather to get revenge on a group of crooks who attempted to beat him to death.
Satan, in the form of Ms. Beelzebub (Rhea Perlman), sends apprentice demon Griffelkin (Friedle) to Earth's surface to steal the soul of a talented young hockey player named Dave (Lawrence), who aspires to be the youngest man to ever win the Stanley Cup.
A young man befriends a limping demon to get rid of a woman who's after him.
Supplies from across the globe are gathered at the Henry Howell & Co. factory on Old Street in London; pimento from the West Indies, ash from England. Inside the factory, workers shape hazel on a bandsaw and bend rattan to form crook handles, whilst rough stick are heated in a kiln ready for straightening. A wider shot shows employees in one of the company's cramped but busy workshops. A medium shot shows a worker cutting silver ready for mounting. Once shaped and straightened, each stick is carefully tested and examined, before being adorned with hand-chased silver mounts or engraved silver handles. Each stick-end is then sanded ready to be fitted with a ferrule cap to protect these ends from wear and tear. The despatch room is as busy as the workshop, as stock is pulled from storage and orders are prepared for delivery. A completed order, placed in a large box bound for Philadelphia, is loaded onto the street. [...] -East Anglian Film Archive
Lu Tai Yeh (Chang Yi) is a stick fighter who uses his deadly “Tzu Wu” stick to make mince meat of his opponents. Lu Tai Yeh, along with his two sidekicks (Fung Long & Cheng Ching) just about closes down all the gyms in Northern China. Never satisfied, Lu and his men travel down south to clean up the region and take out all gyms and fighters who think they may be good with the stick. Lu’s plan is running without a hitch until he meets a new upstart, Ku Yung (Wang Tao), who plans on fighting Lu to take back the family heirloom - a Tzu Wu stick - and regain the honor of his family.
It Sticks Out Half a Mile was a BBC Radio sitcom created by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles as a sequel to the television war sitcom Dad's Army, for which Snoad and Knowles had written radio adaptations.