TV play about a video director
In this lesbian-themed story, Faye Wong plays a modest Mainland girl named Fang who migrates to Hong Kong and becomes a singer at a nightclub.
Simon is a naughty and dreamer boy who lives with his older brothers, his religious mother and the hard hand of his father. He goes to school, plays with his friends in the town and fulfills the duties of the home as any of the neighbors of his age. However, his story changes course when he decides to become a true magician and learn to fly after hearing from the lips of the black Fruits the fantastic stories of myths and legends of the Antioquia region. Adaptation of the homonymous story by Tomás Carrasquilla. From OtraParte
Powerful Stuff is a 1988 Electrical safety film made by the Independent Business Television Limited for the Electricity Council. It was shown in schools and edited into stand-alone PIFs for television broadcast.
Set in an old folks home, senior citizen Weller Martin (Hume Cronyn) has the disease of Old Age, meets an old woman named Fonsia Dorsey (Jessica Tandy) who's diabetic. They both discuss issues such as society, the hospitals, money, families, and the folks home where they live, over a game of Gin Rummy. Fonsia has never played before so Weller teachers her. Instantly she goes on a winning streak, making it very hard for Weller not to lose his temper. But he does. Both put out an excellent performance with a lot of swearing!
Scully invites his mates to gatecrash his mum's New Year's Eve party.
Spy suspense drama set in 1960's Berlin. Intrigue and double-cross lead Killian on a twisting path through love and loss.
A big-city lawyer (Jennifer O'Neill) returns to her small hometown after her father's death to resume his practice. There she is called upon to defend a migrant worker who has been accused of murder.
“Sonic artist” Chris Cree Brown discusses composing with new media and how he orchestrates particular sounds into formal compositional structures. Some sounds are made instrumentally, while others are recorded from his environment. In 1980 few classically-trained musicians in New Zealand experimented with synthesized sound and the gloriously large and sturdy equipment Brown uses to create his music will be of sure anthropological interest to many musos. The documentary was recorded with no script to capture the true art of creation.
Bevant is a freak who wanted to remain faithful to himself, and therefore, in contrast to most, he remained a farmer.
A short film made in 1984 by the band New Order which sees them interview the personnel behind their record label Factory, including Tony Wilson, Martin Hannett, Rob Gretton, Alan Erasmus, and Peter Saville amongst others. It also includes three live performances of New Order at the Haçienda.
A carnival is in town. Workers start to build the stalls and tents. Players practice their act. Roma, peasants and grifters put up their own boots. After they pay taxes to local officials, they get a muddy ground for their stalls.