Scotland Yard is called in when the effigy used in a Guy Fawkes Day celebration turns out to be the burned corpse of a real man.
The young lover leaving home at the opening of the war to join the Confederate Army, tells his brother to take care of his fatherless sweetheart during the perilous times which are to follow. But the brother weakens and fails to be true to his trust. He permits her to believe that her lover is dead. Caught in the neighborhood, however, between the lines of the enemy, the brother appears before them at the crucial moment. In retaliation the false brother turns informer. Both forces are aroused to arms and during the attack upon the girl defending her wounded lover and family alone in the negro's cabin retribution comes in the form of a stray bullet.
Life at a local radio station on the night of Elvis Presley's death.
Bonus DVD of specially filmed music videos, for each track on the record The Information. 1. "Elevator Music" 2. "Think I'm in Love" 3. "Cellphone's Dead" 4. "Strange Apparition" 5. "Soldier Jane" 6. "Nausea" 7. "New Round" 8. "Dark Star" 9. "We Dance Alone" 10. "No Complaints" 11. "1000 BPM" 12. "Motorcade" 13. "The Information" 14. "Movie Theme" 15. "The Horrible Fanfare/Landslide/Exoskeleton" 16. "Inside Out" 17. "This Girl That I Know" 18. "Cellphone's Dead" 19. "Nausea"
In this film made over ten years, filmmaker Barbara Sonneborn goes on a pilgrimage to the Vietnamese countryside where her husband was killed. She and translator (and fellow war widow) Xuan Ngoc Nguyen explore the meaning of war and loss on a human level. The film weaves interviews with Vietnamese and American widows into a vivid testament to the legacy of war.
A tabloid editor assigns a young reporter to solve a murder the editor committed himself.
This animated film places the computer in historical perspective and shows how creative people use computers to help define and solve problems. Produced for the IBM exhibit at the Brussels World Fair.
Dad always said not to talk to strangers. But you've got to phone home sometimes.
Our currency is Information is the first episode of the documentary film series Exposing the Invisible by Tactical Tech. In this episode you will learn about methods for investigating corruption and organised crime. You will meet Paul Radu from the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, one of the most inspiring investigative reporters from Romania. After watching the film, find out more about methods used by his team and learn more about collaborative reporting. Have a look at the extensive interview with Paul, divided into ten thematic chapters. And to find out about the tools and tactics used by investigative reporters go straight to our Resource page.
The series of fifteen prints Francisco Toledo made on account of Franz Kafka's Report For an Academy is the narrative line of this documentary film that looks for the face of the juchiteco artist.
Fire Unicom was killed by Tei Po under his violent fist. The spirit of Fire Unicorn discovered there would be illegal transaction between the gangsters. He informed inspector Tang this clue. After a fierce fight between he police and gangsters, the whole gang including Tei-po were being captured. Accidentally, Tang met Sally a model. She was so beautiful and charm that made Tang fell in love with her but she did not. Fire Unicorn being Tang's good friend decided to help him. Sally changed her mind and loved Tang. Unfortunately, Tei Po escaped from Jail and kidnapped Sally to an old castle. He vowed to take revenge on Tang. Would Tang Manage to save Sally from Tei Po's hand?
An aristocratic but destitute southern family attempts to swindle an insurance company by faking the theft of a valuable emerald necklace. The company assigns operatives Eve Rogers and Mike Regan to the case.
World War II propaganda short which focuses on the dangers of inadvertent dispersal of military information.
Showcases the government's initial achievements in the Operation Bootstrap project.
Menno de Nooijer had previously collaborated on Paul's films, but this one marks the launch of a directors' team that lasts until today. Two man stick their heads through a decor, photographs revolve around their heads. Unfettered reflection on their own work, the basic assumption being a quote from 18th-century writer Horace Walpole, which also appears in other titles of their films: 'Nobody had informed me that at one view - I should see a palace, a town, a fortified city, - temples on high places […]'. In 1989, this film was granted the jury award at the Holland Animation Film Festival. (filmcommission.nl)
Based on the experiences of Nebraska cop Kathryn Bolkovac (Rachel Weisz) who discovers a deadly sex trafficking ring while serving as a U.N. peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia. Risking her own life to save the lives of others, she uncovers an international conspiracy that is determined to stop her, no matter the cost.
Topical standup comedian Sheryl Underwood brings her unique brand of adult comedy to the stage in this brutally honest performance featuring her hilarious observations of everyday life. In addition to her diverse background which includes a stint in the Armed Forces, a job as radio show hostess, and acting roles in such popular comedies as Beauty Shop and Bulworth, Underwood's status as host of BET's popular Comic View has elevated her to one of the most recognizable women in comedy.
A story centered on a man who works as an informant for the French border patrol.
Rapidly expanding megacities are a global phenomenon and as a consequence millions of people today live in makeshift constructs they call their homes. Venezuela is Latin America’s most urbanized country, and in the capital Caracas ”informal” cities grow at a dangerous speed up along the ridges of the city. High crime rates and bad sanitary conditions are only some of the problems here. These problems are seen from the point of view of architects and designers in this documentary, which shows inspirational examples of possibilities born when when visions meet reality. The film documents parts of the experimental project called Urban Think Tank, which has substituted drawing board studies with creating solutions in dialogue with the street level. ”In future city planning one has to free oneself from the toolbox of the past” is the architects’ answer to the issues of urbanisation.