When novelist Alessandro Battavia commits suicide, a taxi driver named Evangile and her brother Nord believe they are characters imagined in a novel, probably one written by God.
Parody / critique of Tv
Let VeggieTales® creator Phil Vischer and a bunch of hilarious new friends explain the entire Bible to your kids in this groundbreaking, fast-paced and fun-filled DVD series. Volume 10: Jesus is the Good News! takes your family through the 400 years between the Old and New Testaments, and then shares about the life and ministry of Jesus Christ from the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Funny and meaningful, Phil Vischer also shares the Gospel and encourages children (and parents) who don't know Jesus to do so - and reach out to a friend or Pastor to experience God's saving grace. Volume 10 "Jesus Is The Good News!" contains two 25-minute episodes: Episode 1: "God's Perfect Timing" Buck Denver and crew learn about the 400 years between the Old and New Testaments and how Jesus arrives at just the perfect time. Episode 2: "The Messiah has come!" Learn about the life and ministry of Jesus - how he died for us and rose again to launch the kingdom of God in the world and in us!
A retrospective of the Vegas shootings
Two small-time song-and-dance men come up with what they believe is a surefire publicity stunt, guaranteed to keep their names in the public eye--one of them will "disappear" in what looks like a murder, and the other will be convicted of the crime. Then the "dead man" will suddenly show up at his partner's murder trial. Unfortunately, things don't quite go as planned. For one thing, no one seems to much care that the "dead man" is missing, and for another thing he's mistaken for the leader of a Balkan revolutionary group and is kidnapped by the other side.
A beautiful girl inherits a newspaper that sponsors a charity home for boys.
Outskirts of Seoul, early afternoon. Hidden in a shabby motel by the hour, Minhui and Junho, a pair of teenagers, they face an important decision that could change their life forever.
"Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Eternal Friends") is the sixth of the Pretty Cure All Stars crossover movie series featuring all current Pretty Cure characters and the last of the "New Stage" film.
Kevin Flounder finds out that a local news station is hosting a children's news show, and jumps at the chance to audition for director. Getting the job was easy, as Kevin finds out with an interview with managers Mr. Gordeol and Feol, but little does he know... his whole team of co-workers are aliens trying to take over the world using the human voice. With little time and an alien race with voice-stealing powers out to get him, Kevin must think fast and destroy the alien menace.
News Attack is a 1989 Hong Kong action thriller drama film co-written and directed by Samson Chiu and starring Andy Lau, Michael Miu and Wilson Lam.
The story about Nazarudin, a hearse driver, and Safi'i, a father who ran from his son. Both of them are bound into a journey that will change their life together.
When German knights invade Russia, Prince Alexander Nevsky must rally his people to resist the formidable force. After the Teutonic soldiers take over an eastern Russian city, Alexander stages his stand at Novgorod, where a major battle is fought on the ice of frozen Lake Chudskoe. While Alexander leads his outnumbered troops, two of their number, Vasili and Gavrilo, begin a contest of bravery to win the hand of a local maiden.
Millennium News is the title of a series of television news programmes, written, narrated and filmed by a group of former street boys and girls from Nairobi’s slums, each dedicated to the eight famous Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s), promoted by the United Nations with the aim of defeating poverty within 2020.
"Popular News" is the title of the first DVD's company comedy Best in the World by Warner launches. Moreover, this work also celebrates the first time a theater group is hired by a record company. "Popular News" presents a humorous and critical of this entity that is part of our daily lives and directs our opinions, news. The show adds to all 8 scenes, including "Assault (Errors Portuguese)", a burglar who does not tolerate grammatical errors, "September 10," which speculates on the day before the attacks to Bin Laden, and how could missing, the famous Joseph Klimber.
Attention, comedy fans: NOT THE NINE O'CLOCK NEWS is the real thing. This is scathing, no-holds-barred Brit humor at its best. Rapid-fire skits starring Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) are as politically incorrect as they are side-bustingly funny, sparing no one as they take on the British Royal Family, Margaret Thatcher, Scotland Yard, country music, Christianity, devil worship, punk rock and bathroom etiquette. NOT THE NINE O'CLOCK NEWS is so irreverent that when the pilot was due to air in April 1979, the BBC cancelled it due to its incendiary political content. When at last it aired, the greatest comedy group to hit England since Monty Python's Flying Circus stormed the airwaves and revolutionized British and American television alike. Discover the show that set the standard for the anarchic cynicism that defined the alternative comedy of the 80's.
Washed up actor Don Knotts shows up on the back lot of Universal Studios in Hollywood, California in hopes of landing a role in the new Disney movie, Newsies. Unfortunately director Kenny Ortega quickly dismisses Mr. Knotts and has him thrown off the lot. Mr. Knotts is quite upset by the turn of events, so decides to go on a killing spree, believing that if he can't have a role in the movie no one can. He knocks off one newsie after the next, each in a different and unique way.
Surprisingly adventurous saga of an intrepid group of cinematographers and reporters who risk life and limb to capture footage of breaking news for the movie-going public.
A gang of crooks robbing cash collectors, run into a police surveillance team and the inadequate police response results in a gunfight. A TV crew on assignment in the area happens to capture this humiliation on camera, and this example of police incompetence is soon the lead story in every news bulletin. Public confidence in law and order now suffers irreparable harm. The head of the Moscow force welcomes a public search-and-destroy operation against these thugs, the brainchild of Katya, his PR director. She proposes that the capture of this dangerous gang be transformed into a live TV show of a kind never seen before. At this point she cannot know that the gang leader's life-and-death struggle with the police is destined to lead to a media duel. Besieged in a huge apartment block, the crooks hold hostage a father and his son and daughter. A massive special forces rescue operation is mounted but fails miserably.
Newsround is a BBC children's news programme, which has run continuously since 4 April 1972, and was one of the world's first television news magazines aimed specifically at children. Initially commissioned as a short series by BBC Children's Department, who held editorial control, its facilities are provided by BBC News. The programme is aimed at 6 to 16-year-olds.
World Football News was an Australian Soccer program, airing on One. It aired on Mondays at 10pm. It began airing on 8 February 2010. The one-hour panel-based show was hosted by Chris Bailey, while David Zdrillic and Željko Kalac featured on the panel as regular analysts. Another regular, was current Socceroo Lucas Neill, who offered an insight into his club life at Galatasaray, as well as commenting on issues within the current Australian national team. John Kosmina, John Aloisi and others have joined the show as a 'guest third analyst' of the show. The show showcased the A-League and international competitions such as the English Premier League. It also featured in-depth interviews with current and former players.
Newswipe with Charlie Brooker was a British news review programme broadcast on BBC Four written and presented by Charlie Brooker. It is similar to Brooker's Screenwipe series which is also shown on BBC Four. A first series of six episodes ran between 25 March 2009 and 29 April 2009. A second series began on 19 January 2010 and concluded on 23 February 2010.
It represents the dynamics of the events that lead to the "great stories" to the media.
WHiH Newsfront is a television program presented by Christine Everhart in the WHiH World News network, informing about major events from political, scientific, and entertainment news, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Follow @WHIHofficial on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WHIHOfficial
Behind the News is a long-running news program broadcast on Australia's ABC1 made in Adelaide and aimed at school-aged children. BtN is aimed at upper primary and lower secondary students with the goal of helping them understand current issues and events in their world. Behind the News explores major news events using the language, music and popular culture of young people. The program explains the concepts that underpin the issues and events, while also providing background information that puts current affairs into context. Behind the News also covers kids' issues often overlooked by mainstream news, and makes use of online resources including streaming video of BtN stories, study materials for teachers and additional information and activities for students. BtN explains news items in a fun, simplistic way that is easy to understand. In 2004 Behind the News was temporarily axed due to Government budget cuts but returned to air in 2005. While BtN was the first and original program of this nature, a similar program on Network Ten, ttn, debuted in the year BtN did not air. ttn itself was axed at the end of 2008. Some schools let students watch BtN on a regular basis in hope that it will give them an insight into politics, current affairs, sport and various other topics.
CBC News Magazine was a weekly Canadian news television series which debuted on CBC Television on September 8, 1952. The series presented the week's international news highlights and documentaries from CBC correspondents around the world. It ran until 1981 when it was cancelled in order to make way for The Journal. Lorne Greene, then an announcer and newsreader for the CBC, was narrator for the series in its early years. It was hosted by the anchor of The National from the 1970s until its demise.
World News Now is an American overnight television news program that is broadcast on ABC during the early morning hours each Monday through Friday. Its tone is often lighthearted, irreverent and humorous. Created by its original executive producer, David Bohrman, a number of well-known news personalities have anchored WNN early in their careers, including original anchors Aaron Brown and Lisa McRee, Thalia Assuras, Kevin Newman, Alison Stewart, Liz Cho, and Anderson Cooper. WNN is divided into an A, B, C, and D-block, featuring different segments. Top news headlines are in the "front of the book" with reports from ABC NewsOne correspondents or repeated reports from the network's evening news program ABC World News. There is a national weather forecast and an often humorous "kicker" story that ends the A-block. The "back of the book" are usually stories from Nightline, BBC reports, or other segments produced in the studio, depending on the day of the week.
Channel One, LLC is a for-profit digital content provider that its supporters say encourages young people to be informed, digital-savvy global citizens. Channel One News is a daily news program accompanied by commercial advertising, with supplementary educational resources, aligned to Common Core State Standards, that its supporters argue help students, teachers, and parents interpret the news of the day and spark conversations. The Peabody and Telly Award-winning Channel One News program is broadcast to approximately 5 million young people in upper elementary schools, middle schools and high schools across the country. Channel One News is now also available advertising-free through a subscription. It is owned by ZelnickMedia.
Life and Times was a series of biographical documentary films broadcast by CBC Television, CBC Country Canada and CBC Newsworld. It was hosted by Ann-Marie MacDonald and first appeared in 1996, ending in 2007. The show won many awards during its run, including Gemini Awards and Leo Awards.
BBC World News is the standard news bulletin featuring the latest international news broadcast throughout most of the day on BBC World News. Some editions also feature brief business and sport reports as well. A brief weather report is given at the end of each broadcast.
Each week the fifth estate brings in-depth investigations that matter to Canadians – delivering a dazzling parade of political leaders, controversial characters and ordinary people whose lives were touched by triumph or tragedy.
Today is a daily American morning television show that airs on NBC. The program debuted on January 14, 1952. It was the first of its genre on American television and in the world, and is the fifth-longest running American television series. Originally a two-hour program on weekdays, it expanded to Sundays in 1987 and Saturdays in 1992. The weekday broadcast expanded to three hours in 2000, and to four hours in 2007. Today's dominance was virtually unchallenged by the other networks until the late 1980s, when it was overtaken by ABC's Good Morning America. Today retook the Nielsen ratings lead the week of December 11, 1995, and held onto that position for 852 consecutive weeks until the week of April 9, 2012, when it was beaten by Good Morning America yet again. In 2002, Today was ranked #17 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time.
Big News is the first ever newscast on Philippine television. It was the primetime news broadcast of Associated Broadcasting Company in the Philippines. It was anchored by Cheri Mercado and Amelyn Veloso. The show was originally first aired in 1962, and went off the air in 1972 due to martial law, and re-aired again in 1992 as a revival and also as an English language newscast. In 2004, when the network reformatted most of its programs, the show became a Filipino language newscast in order to compete with the other networks newscasts. On May 10, 2004, the newscast exchanged timeslots with Sentro, the early-evening news program of the network. Mercado became the sole anchor of the program, and the length of the program was reduced to 15 minutes from the former 30. On August 8, 2008, the program, together with Sentro aired its final broadcast.
ITV News Tyne Tees is a regional television news and current affairs programme, produced by ITV Tyne Tees & Border from its studios in Gateshead, and serving County Durham, North Yorkshire, Northumberland, Teesside and Tyne and Wear.
How's Your News? is an American television series and also a feature film. It aired Sundays on MTV in the United States, and the feature film based on the same concept was released in 2003. It stars a group of reporters with developmental disabilities who interview celebrities and politicians. It is the continuation of a documentary film project started in 1999 by Arthur Bradford at Camp Jabberwocky in Martha's Vineyard, which was made into a movie of the same name and shown on HBO in 2003. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone serve as the show's executive producers. Season One had a total of 6 episodes. According to the "How's Your News?" website on April 9, 2009, the show has not been renewed for a second season on MTV, stating: "The decision had little to do with the quality of the series, which was one of the most enthusiastically received and best reviewed programs on mtv this year. It’s just a tough financial time and mtv needed to keep pushing for higher ratings with other shows. Also, we always knew that our series was an unusual fit for their style of programming. We’re not “The Hills” or “America’s Next Best Dance Crew” after all…" After completing the feature film for HBO, the concept was pitched to the Trio network, who subsequently backed the short film "On the Campaign Trail", about the How's Your News? teams trip to both the Democratic and Republican conventions in 2004. The half hour film was broadcast on Trio and Channel Four England and featured candid interviews with Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Andre 3000, Ben Affleck, Howard Dean, Michael Moore and Newt Gingrich, amongst others. Although it was rarely seen, this half hour documentary was well reviewed and helped convince MTV of the viability of the concept as mainstream TV series. They funded a pilot in 2006.