An Anti Domestic Violence Short film directed by Tsang Tsui Shan
For Sale is a Malayalam film from Kadavelil film's directed by Satish Ananthapuri and produced by Anto Kadavelil. The film portrays the story of today's modeling and advertisement industry.The film deals with various subjects of social relevance.The influence of Parents lifestyle in the character formation of children, ill effects of alcohol in society, importance of family which everyone forgets in search fortunes etc. are depicted in it.
The director of an institute tries to persuade a new pupil to remove her hijab. The young woman resists.
A little boy, craving for his father's attention, imagines a made-up "Mr. President" who looks just like his father but is caring and attentive.
Strange things are afoot at a local suburban neighborhood watch group.
A man holds a woman in his dungeon, ties her up and suspends her from the ceiling. He then goes through the do's and don'ts of making a snuff film.
Jacobo Muños is a convict who, after an encounter with God, has regained his liberty. Now, he returns to home trying to put his life back together and help his family; however he soon discovers that this is not an easy job. Discriminated against by society and stigmatized by his own church for his delicate past, Jacobo will face an innumerable amount of difficulties and bit by bit his new beliefs will be put to the test.Everything becomes more complicated when Tony Cortés, an old partner in crime, shows up with an offer which could solve all his problems. Will Jacobo succumb to the tension, or will he stand strong in his faith? (Translated from Spanish)
Based on the comic book series by Mio Murao.
The surreal stories of characters moving around in the same space in a complex choreography of interlaced paths. The tight human pattern they weave often comes really close to overlapping, yet they remain invisible to one another.
In the summer of 2017, the podcast Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave filmed a gameshow pilot episode to pitch to an unnamed television network. “ElephANTs in the Room” combines the classic atmosphere of beloved gameshows, with the insightful and humorous world of podcasting. When you add in elephant-based physical changes, and the perils of taboo topics that no that sane person would ever dare to discuss, you get “ElephANTs in the Room!” With an explosive and shocking final challenge, it’s safe to say you have NEVR seen a gameshow like this!
I have been a fervent walker of the city and a detached collector of sights and sounds. Most of the outdoor sites in this work no long exist in current maps of Hong Kong, or they have never existed as practical, concrete dwellings.
Shot in 1971, the film follows Harry Bertoia in performance and interview throughout his Sonambient barn deep in the Pennsylvania woods. It offers a rare opportunity to follow the artist in practice, listening carefully as he moves contemplatively through his sculptures and gongs.
Based on the comic book series by Shunji Sonoyama.
It is an episodic movie about Ashora and social subjects made from 4 episodes each with a different director and about a different subject.
Otto, has been working in the circus for more than twenty years as a clown. Tired of this life, without perspective and without hope knows Dafne, a prostitute who does with pleasure his office. From the singular encounter appear revelations that mark the daily life of the two thousand professions.
The plot will center on Jo Green, a teenager who recently lost her parents, who is sent to live with her uncle at a horse and animal sanctuary on Long Island. She eventually bonds with the wild Black Beauty, who was similarly taken away from her family when her mustang herd was captured in the West.
This documentary depicts the life inside the walls of the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. See what life is like inside Angola, a self-sustaining agricultural community that boasts five new churches and its own inmate-run TV and radio station.