With their comatose daughter suspected of manslaughter, and police on their way to the hospital, two troubled parents must decide whether to lie to protect her.
Larry Donner is a author and writing professor who tutors people who want to write books. Larry's life has become a misery when his Ex-wife has published a book he wrote under her name and has gotten rich over it. Owen Lift, one of Larry's students offers Larry to kill Larry's Ex-wife and in return Owen wants Larry to kill his horrible mother. Larry thinks it is a joke, until he learns Owen killed his Ex-wife and he has become the prime suspect.
The story of an outsider from East Baltimore, an area challenged by gang violence and poverty. Often misunderstood, Coffin Nachtmahr found acceptance among a subculture of “throwers” and it turns out, he’s a virtuoso. He now helps others find a creative and social outlet by sharing the very toy that inspired him.
A former Judo champion is given the chance to redeem himself after he befriends a competitor and an aspiring singer.
Ismael, a 12 year old boy, dreams to become a professional baseball player but he is asthmatic. One night, while approaching the girlhe loves, he is witness of a crime.
Strap yourself in for a monster truck thrill ride on the Monster Truck Throwdown tour with Throw Down For What? Watch as the limits of man and machine are pushed, with drivers Jim Koehler, Devin Jones, Jamey Garner, Greg Winchenbach, and many more defy gravity, soaring their 10,000-pound mechanical beasts over 40 feet in the air throughout Michigan, Maine, Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana in pursuit of the 2014 Monster Truck Throwdown championship title. Our cameras bring you all the high flying Monster Truck insanity you can handle, along with behind-the-scenes footage, driver interviews, on-board cameras, and more! You'll catch a glimpse of the challenges drivers and crews face as they battle against the elements and each other in their quest for glory. Throw Down For What? pushes monster trucks to the next level!
A documentary that follows eight Compton High School students who were selected to participate in a free-throw competition. The prize? A $40,000 college scholarship.
Jacinto Medina, a 21 year old youth, is bored with his life as a shepherd in northern Mexico. He finds a keychain on the ground and, seeing it as a signal, undertakes a trip that will lead him to cross thousands of miles.
Olivia lives in a small town in Nova Scotia, Canada along with her son, Thomas, a daughter, Sarah, and has been separated from her French-speaking husband, Jean Marc. She has an estranged brother named Jack Walker who she has not seen for many years, as he refused to return her phone calls, and neglected to attend their father's funeral in Montana, U.S.A.. Due to opening of Cynaco and MacNeil Mining Company, the town expects to have about new 125 new jobs. One day she gets a surprise visit from Jack, both brother and sister update each other, and Jack also gets to meet Thomas and Sarah, as well as Olivia's attractive South Asian neighbor, Lia, a single mother. He soon starts an affair with her, and even moves in her house.
A film by Cecelia Condit.
Stephen Cummings is one of Australia's most revered rock 'n' roll icons. Rising to fame as frontman of ‘70s legends The Sports, he has spent more than 30 years at the forefront of the local music scene, forging a reputation both as one of Australian rock's greatest lyrical storytellers and also one of its most incendiary critics. Based on his scathing tell-all memoir Will It Be Funny Tomorrow, Billy?, Don't Throw Stones tells Cummings' story in his own words – as well as the words of those he has so gleefully skewered. Featuring interviews with Michael Gudinski, Steve Kilbey, Joe Camilleri and many more, Don't Throw Stones is a revealing portrait of three decades of rock-world gossip, larger-than-life personalities and good, old-fashioned artistic beef.
The best summer of her life is only the beginning for 13-year-old Mo’ne Davis. With the support of her family and passion for sports, Mo’ne stands for girls who want to play with the boys. She embodies the spirit that drives an athlete to push further, work harder, and overcome challenges. Are you ready to listen to her open letter, America?
A film crew follows the well-known banjo player Bela Fleck on his travels to Africa, where he learns about the instrument's origins.
A comedy about an unemployed widower who heads to Florida with his children for a vacation on a houseboat. When he gets there there is no houseboat
From the same immaturity level that brought you Andrew Hardingham’s part in Sandbox, Flavor Country and Time well wasted now brings you the film called “Throw your Panties”. When asked why he wanted to make this film Andrew had this to say, “I like watching funny people say funny things and I also like snowboarding so why over saturate one or the other. I want to mix them both together in an overflowing martini glass and drink down that concoction and call it Throw your Panties… duh”. With riding and other bull shit from Dustin Craven, Tobias Karlsson, Andrew Hardingham, Ryan Hall, Dwain Wiebe, Ingemar Backman and Jonas Guinn. The film follows these riders for one year through Andrew’s somewhat demented and very twisted perception of snowboarding.
A troubled teenage boy, growing up in a dreamless wilderness and isolated from those around him, is stripped of his dignity as his father abandons him for the outside world which he is trying to retreat from.
On the streets and subways of New York, 101 itinerant performers whirl firesticks, mimic passers-by, imitate Stevie Wonder, tap dance and perform classical music. Karen Goodman's No Applause, Just Throw Money is a delightful mixture of music and magic moments, celebrating some joyful encounters in New York City streets.
The stooges become census takers and wind up in the apartment of a lady whose husband is both jealous and a knife thrower. When the husband arrives home, the boys try to hide, but are discovered, and after dodging some knives, leave on the run.
2004 Spanish experimental documentary focusing on the work of Jose Val del Omar
Championship Throw-In is a Gaelic games-themed magazine television programme that was broadcast on TV3 between 2008 and 2010. Presented by Matt Cooper, and subsequently by Sinéad Kissane and Kieran McSweeney, the programme offered analysis and discussion on the big stories in hurling and football during the championship season.
The Great Pottery Throw Down is a television programme first broadcast on the BBC Two from 3 November 2015. It is a contest in the style of The Great British Bake Off and The Great British Sewing Bee but with the craft of pottery rather than baking or sewing. The presenter is Sara Cox and the expert judges are Kate Malone and Keith Brymer Jones. It was filmed in Middleport Pottery.
Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi talk about everything from politics to the latest pop culture nonsense.
Throwdown! with Bobby Flay is a Food Network television program in which celebrity chef Bobby Flay challenges cooks renowned for a specific dish or type of cooking to a cook-off of their signature dish. At the beginning of each show, Flay receives – via bicycle messenger – a package detailing the chef he is to compete against as well as the dish. Examples of opponents include a skilled chili maker or a famous wedding cake designer. After practicing and preparing the item in question, Flay shows up for a surprise competition. During the competition, both chefs prepare their particular version of the dish, and both are then evaluated by local judges to determine a winner.