Georgia Rule follows a rebellious, uncontrollable teenager who is hauled off by her dysfunctional mother to spend the summer with her grandmother. Her journey will lead all three women to revelations of buried family secrets and an understanding that - regardless what happens - the ties that bind can never be broken.
Sadie looks up to her older sister Georgia, a successful folk singer who's happily married with children, but can't break out of the bar-band circuit and hit the big time she desperately covets. It's in part due to her attraction to drugs and booze, and also to her own unwise choice in men. Finally, though, Sadie's Achilles heel is a rough, unlovely voice very different than her sister's crowd-pleasing singing.
A young family moves into a historic home in Georgia, only to learn they are not the house's only inhabitants. Soon they find themselves in the presence of a secret rising from underground and threatening to bring down anyone in its path.
Biopic of American artist Georgia O'Keeffe and her husband, photographer Alfred Stieglitz.
A young woman investigates the death of her mother, who drowned when her daughter was still a baby. The question is: was it murder, suicide or merely an accident?
short film by Gordon Ball
The great Diana Sands stars as a African American pop star with few political ideas, and no need for black-activist war deserters who want her voice for their cause--much to the dismay of the quietly seething white-hating Minnie Gentry. Georgia's mother-figure and companion fears for Georgia's soul--in every sense of the word. Written by Maya Angelou (but made on a low budget), this is a significant, powerfully radical movie-of-ideas in need of rediscovery. (IMDb)
Two sisters & their moonshinerunning boyfriend outwit the Dragon Lady of the Southern crime belt in this comedy car chase / action-packed undercover investigation story.
Also known as Moritorium and Georgia's Friends, Four Friends follows the titular quartet from high school to young adulthood. The film is set during the tumultuous 1960s, an era when everyone's values were turned inside out, shaken around, and reassembled. The central character is first-generation American Craig Wasson, who confounds his Yugoslavian father (Miklos Simon) by pursuing his own let-it-all-hang-out lifestyle. Wasson's best friends are athlete Jim Metzler and chubby Michael Huddleston; all pursue the affections of bewitching Jodi Thelan. Though they are obviously deeply in love with one another, Wasson and Thelan continue to foolishly avoid a long-term commitment as the sixties unfold around them. Four Friends calls for a fresher approach than the one offered by director Arthur Penn, whose handling of the material is much too pat and old-fashioned.
Impressionistic East German documentary filmed mainly in the Georgian countryside in 1986-1987. The director, a painter, wanted to see if similar scenes to those found in the work of Georgian painter Niko Pirosmanishvili still existed there.
On the Antarctic periphery, bathed by the world's most violent waters, there is a lost island where southern nature is still intact, oblivious to man and its devastating impact. South Georgia is a world apart, a land swept by Antarctic winds known as the Furious 50 which require a constant struggle for survival.
Country-Western Wildcats! Marsha Jordan - the first real star of Sexploitation - is Sweet Georgia, the sex-crazed nympho wife of rancher Big T. Unfortunately, because Big T is an ugly, abusive drunk, Georgia looks for her lovin' elsewhere - starting with Cal, the stud ranchhand, then moving on to Virginia, Big T's daughter, who spends her days riding her horsey in the nude. Of course, since Georgia's only Virgina's stepmom, the two think a little down-home girl-girl action is perfectly fine, especially around a romantic campfire. But when Georgia makes it with dumb ol' Leroy, everything gets violent. Yup, just when you think you've got this film figured out, an accidental death somehow escalates into one grisly murder after another.
Surviving Georgia is a heart warming Romantic Comedy about family and finding your own identity in the world. About realising that sometimes to move forward, we have to let go of the past. Heidi and Rose must find love but in doing so must first reconcile with their feisty, vivacious and slightly alcoholic mother!
New York City woman inherits a moonshine farm in the South.
The doyen of national theater, Dado Telebuh, goes through psychological crisis after being dumped by his lover Ivan Starcevic, who got involved in a romantic relationship with Jurica Pavicic. Alone in his apartment, Dado tries to find comfort in all-night telephone conversations via SOS service, who provide him with psychological support in the form of nun called Sanja Separovic. For his characters, much disputed Croatian director Jakov Sedlar used real names of the film critics and public figures who disdained his cinematic work.
Way out in space, on another world whose population is contented, one of its people decides that travel broadens the mind and relieves boredom. So, he flies to Earth in hope of helping the alien Earthlings improve their lot, only to cause panic and be declared a monster just because he looks different. So, he decides to return home, where, at least, he can find love.
STS9 erupted on the Georgia Theatre for the second night of their Athens run. The band played an explosive "Scheme" to start, followed immediately by the classic "Artifact" track "Vibyl". A rowdy "Instantly" had the crowd worked into a frenzy and a beautiful version of "Circus" followed. The old favorites kept coming with "Warrior", "Arigato" and "Blu Mood", which features a masterful guitar riff nailed by Hunter Brown. To kick off the second set, the band performed a dance-inducing version of "Kabuki". Set 2 continued the trend of STS9's most recent tour theme that blend the old with the new. Established favorites "F.Word" and "One A Day" were played amidst "20-12" and "March". During Rent, David Phipps' now famous haunting synthesizer riff had Athens fans waving their arms in unison. A powerful encore started with the funky "Wika Chikana". The band closed with "Kamuy", a song featuring Zach Velmer and Jeffree Lerner dueling on drums, showcasing the heartbeat of STS9.
Man relates how he outwitted the Yankee army during the Civil War.
In 1988, the Wyrick family moves into a new home, which was mysteriously abandoned by the previous owners. Shortly afterward, their four-year-old daughter Heidi begins spending time with an imaginary friend, a kindly old man named Mr. Gordy. Several months later, Heidi is frightened by the appearance of a man at the front door.
Documentary, Social & Cultural Documentaries - In this compelling documentary, filmmaker Levan Koguashvili follows a group of illegal immigrant women from Eastern Europe's Georgia working in atrocious conditions in the United States in an effort to support their families back home. Exploring the women's stories and examining their lives in New York and New Jersey, Koguashvili reveals why they exist as ghosts in an alien culture in order to take care of children, spouses, siblings and parents.
Mary Elizabeth Ellis stars as Georgia
State of Georgia is an American television situation comedy. It stars Raven-Symoné, Majandra Delfino and Loretta Devine. The half-hour multi-cam comedy series stars Raven-Symoné as Georgia, an aspiring actress with a larger-than-life personality, and her science geek best friend, Jo, who are trying to make professional and personal headway in New York City. The series ran on ABC Family from June 29 to August 17, 2011. The pilot episode premiered with 1.32 million viewers. On September 16, 2011, ABC Family canceled State of Georgia, due to poor ratings.
Georgia Championship Wrestling was a professional wrestling promotion whose self-titled TV program aired in the 1970s and 1980s on Atlanta, U.S., superstation WTBS. Though based in Atlanta, the company also ran live wrestling shows throughout its geographic "territory" of Georgia. The territory was affiliated with what had been the world's top sanctioning body of championship titles for decades before, the National Wrestling Alliance.
Gillian in Georgia is a U.S. television sitcom micro-series created and produced by Jenna Milly and Angela Barnes Gomes. The show is about Gillian, a hip New Yorker, who comes to the South to live with her sister's family. The show premiered on April 28, 2010 on TBS. The show stars Jill Marie Jones, Shondrella Avery, Darrin Dewitt Henson and James Mathis III.
Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteel is a long-running "how to" show on PBS hosted by Georgia Bonesteel. The show first debuted in 1979 on UNC-TV and has been on the air for over 30 years. The show shares different quilting techniques and styles from around the United States and the world.
America by The Numbers with Maria Hinojosa: Clarkston Georgia is a half hour television program, airing as a Need to Know Election 2012 special on PBS. It premieres on September 21, 2012.
Georgia's Got Talent! is the Georgian version of the Got Talent series. . It launched on Rustavi 2 on February 1, 2010. Singers, dancers, comedians, variety acts, and other performers compete against each other for audience support. The winner of the show receives 500,000 laris. It is hosted by Tika Patsastia and Vano Tarkhnishvili. The judges are Nika Memanishvili, Maia Asatiani and Gega Palavandishvili.
The Georgian House is a British children's fantasy series first screened on ITV in 1976. The series consisted of seven episodes.
In this three part series, historian Amanda Vickery explores how the great British obsession with our homes began 300 years ago. Using the intimate diaries and letters of Georgian men and women, previously lost to history, she explores how the desire for a home revolutionised relationships between men and women.
Big Rich Atlanta is an American reality television series on the Style Network. The series premiered on January 23, 2013.