Jack and Judy are two students at the University Of Toronto. Jack is a filmmaker in his masters, with great potential but poor execution skills, while Judy is an overachieving but highly insecure literature student, in her last year of a PhD. They are brought together by a conference, which Judy is presenting at, and Jack is filming. We follow the ups and downs of their ensuing relationship, as they both learn more about each other and themselves through the process.
In this grotesque found-footage-film, close-ups of actors playing Adolf Hitler in movies created between 1940 and today are combined in shot/countershot style.
An IT ant-worker in a small solitary office is forced to attend a boring conference call and finds abnormal ways of amusing himself while tuning out the phone call.
A real time recreation of the 1942 Wannsee Conference, in which leading SS and Nazi Party officals gathered to discuss the "Final Solution to the Jewish Question". Led by SS-General Reinhard Heydrich, the Wannsee Conference was the starting point for the Jewish Holcaust which led to the mass murder of six million people.
One day the animals become too colorful: war is constantly going on among the people. When Alois, the lion, learns that the 365th Peace Conference has just failed, the animals decide that it is high time to intervene: they call their own "animal" peace conference. With much courage and even more imagination, they develop a plan so that Frides can finally prevail among the people of the world ...
A movie producer announces that Lillian Roth has been signed to do a movie and he calls a story conference with a director and writers to come up with an idea for the film. As they work through various ideas, performers act out the song and dance numbers. A girls getting a divorce, a laundry worker who gets dumped by her boyfriend and singing scarecrows are all pitched and the producer suggests that they all be melded into one story.
A Columbia Krazy Kat cartoon released April 27, 1931.
Delegations of the homeless from all over the world march in. This is a film in which there is nothing to see. - Vlado Kristl
After the forced suicide of Nobunaga Oda at the Incident at Honnō-ji, powerful figures Katsuie Shibata (Koji Yakusho), Hideyoshi Toyotomi (Yo Oizumi), Nagahide Niwa (Fumiyo Kohinata) and Tsuneoki Ikeda (Koichi Sato) meet to decide on a successor. The conference would become Japan's first group made political decision. The meeting was known as the Kiyosu Kaigi. --AsianWiki
The setting is Lugano (Switzerland), where an apparently very important world conference takes place. The film tells the story of the young Kitty (Hannelore Schroth), who works as a manicurist at the Eden Hotel, and who in the course of events gets to know both a young journalist (Christian Gollong) and the English minister of economics (Fritz Odemar). A lot of wild mix-ups, comic situations, a love story and occasional singing ensue, and in the end most of the VIPs have gained their share of laughter… There’s also a great performance by Paul Hörbiger as the hotel porter. For a 1939 film made in Germany, “Kitty” is remarkably irreverent and satirical about politics.
The first Essential Magic Conference was rated epic by its members. The second, in 2011, was pure magic! Now you can have a front row seat at magic's most innovative event and join 33 of the world's greatest thinkers, creators and performers in magic on this exclusive 8 DVD Box Set. 16 hours of material on 8 DVDs, filmed in high quality video over 3 days. Every lecture and performance broadcast at EMC is included on the DVDS, together with our Discussion Panels, Q&As and Bonus Tricks from Max Maven and Peter Lamont. Plus David Copperfield hosts an exclusive EMC tour of his magic museum in Las Vegas. Also included are the complete chat logs, hundreds of pages of online chat from our members. Check what the registrants were talking about throughout the conference.
As the representatives of all the world powers sit around the tables at the World Peace Conference, arguing and scrapping with each other, Krazy Kat introduces a happy note with his trick Comedy Gun, and everything winds up harmoniously...until the Nazis invade most of Europe a few years later.
This 122 minute DVD has it all! From Hip Hopin' dope videos to appearances by High & Mighty, Smut Peddlers, Kool G Rap, Kool Keith, and Beatlejuice from the Howard Stern Show! Starting with music videos and ending with enigmatic Beatlejuice outtakes, this DVD is made specifically for Hip Hop heads. From the big budget video "B-Boy Document", by the High & Mighty, to the legendary Smut Peddlers' "Bottom Feeders" video, directed by R.A. the Rugged Man, this collection has all the EC videos including a live performance video "That Smut" specially made for and released exclusively on this DVD.
Filmed on location at the 2004 World Poker Players Conference in Las Vegas, this instructional video offers an onslaught of advice from some of the finest experts in the game. Segments include "How to Beat the No-Limit Sit and Go's" by Lee Jones, "Final-Table Play" by Daniel Negreanu, "Winning Poker Concepts" by Mike Caro and "How I've Survived as a Professional Poker Player for 10 Years in Las Vegas" by Mark Gregorich.
The DVD-ROM has multimedia information for conference research papers. All papers, submitted videos, supplemental images, slide presentations and URLS are accessible through the web.
A docudrama depicting the Berlin Conference in which the Western powers decided the partition of Africa.
Providing insight from everything from his songwriting to the crowd reaction at the Newport Folk Festival, Dylan's 1965 press conference is a rare look into the mind of the 24-year old genius.
If ever a film was in need of some narration this was it. Screened in four parts, lasting a total of approximately twelve minutes, it shows a bunch of old boys, some in full military regalia, others in top hats and suits travelling by boat from one dock to another. From there they make up part of a parade as they travel to a hotel. The men are Russian and Japanese envoys gathered by President Teddy Roosevelt to hammer out a peace deal to bring the Russo-Japanese war to an end.
Press Conference was a public-affairs television series aired in the United States in the mid-1950s. Press Conference was similar in format and content to the long-running Meet the Press and was moderated by one of that program's creators, pioneering female journalist Martha Rountree. On the program, a current newsmaker, generally but not always a politician, was questioned by a panel of newspersons in a typical press conference format. As usually done in a traditional press conference, the subject was allowed to make an opening statement prior to fielding questions. Press Conference was launched on NBC in July 1956, but that fall moved to ABC. Initially shown in prime time, the program drew only a minimal, public-affairs oriented audience running against two high-profile Sunday night variety series, The Ed Sullivan Show on CBS and The Steve Allen Show on NBC; however, its appearance helped ABC to meet the public-interest requirements imposed on U.S broadcasters by the Federal Communications Commission. Press Conference was moved to Sunday afternoon for three months in early 1957, prior to returning to prime time in April of that year under a new title, Martha Rountree's Press Conference. The program ended in July 1957.
Elmar Paulke commentates the best games, best highlights and biggest moments out of eight shows, in the Prosieben game-show conference.