A white corporate executive is surprised to discover that he has a black teen-age son who can't wait to be adopted into the, almost-exclusively-white community of, San Marino, California.
Good Copy Bad Copy is a documentary about copyright and culture in the context of Internet, peer-to-peer file sharing and other technological advances.
Tells the adventures and misfortunes of Demodoco, a projectionist, who discovers by chance a one-of-a-kind way to get pleasure. However, abusing it leads to risky consequences.
On a slow news day, the wisecracking staff of a newspaper write articles about the serious safety issues of a local excursion steamboat line.
Jacob Bernstein's extremely entertaining film is a tribute to his mother Nora Ephron: Hollywood-raised daughter of screenwriters who grew up to be an ace reporter turned piercingly funny essayist turned novelist/screenwriter/playwright/director. Ephron comes vibrantly alive onscreen via her words; the memories of her sisters, colleagues, former spouses, and many friends; scenes from her movies; and, above all, her own inimitable presence. Watch any given moment of Ephron being her sparkling but caustically witty self (for instance, this response to a scolding talk show host—"You have a soft spot for Julie Nixon, don't you. See, I don't...") and you find it hard to believe that she’s been gone from our midst for three years. Everything Is Copy (Ephron's motto, inherited from her mother) is a lovingly drawn but frank portrait and, incidentally, a vivid snapshot of an earlier, livelier, bitchier, and funnier moment in New York culture.
The personal odysseys of some of the most influential advertising visionaries of all time and the stories behind their campaigns.
A man awakens and goes to his job at the copy shop. During his morning test of the machine, he accidentally copies his hand; while he's looking at that copy, the machine starts churning out scenes from earlier that morning. Spooked by this, he closes up early and goes home. Soon, he starts seeing copies of himself in more and more places. Written by Jon Reeves. Wordless story about a man who awakes in his bed wearing his clothes (including a check vest). He rises, washes his face, combs his hair, and heads for work across the street at a copy shop. He inadvertently makes a photocopy of his hand, and then the machine beings turning out copies of photographs of himself, the street outside, and his apartment. He unplugs the copier and heads home. He repeats the scene we saw earlier. Copies of himself emerge from bed; baffled, he watches them go to work. Soon, it seems, he's part of a society in which everyone looks like him and wears check vest. Can he get things back to normal?
A portrait of contemporary Chinese society based on the ubiquitous illegal trade in pirated DVDs.
The heroes, heroines and villains of Bollywood cinema act out their parts in the hand-painted, one-of-a-kind movie posters that Sheikh Rehman still makes for an old Hindi movie palace in Mumbai. But modernity is taking over and the audiences that have come in for generations for refuge and entertainment are dwindling. With the theatre facing potential demolition, marketing has turned to more plastic movie posters to lure in more people, replacing the need for Rehman’s original work. But Rehman is still lord and master over his workshop, ignoring the theatre managers’ instructions and bossing around his assistants so that he can paint the perfect movie scene.
In Howard Schuman’s contribution to the Against the Crowd series, Jamaican Albert Sharpe II (Warrington) is no longer at ease with the cultured white family who have virtually adopted him.
2005 Spanish experimental short
The experimental film ‘copy complete’ focuses the cinematic presentations of the computer in the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Sequences with computers are accompanied with equivalent computer sounds as well as the original film music by split screens together into a collage to tell a new story about the hacking phenomenon at the origin of the digital era.
A man discovers a photocopier in an isolated woodland.
This discovery of severely decomposed corpses leads Ben to an old abandoned Military transport truck. Compelled by his duty and curiosity, Ben explores the truck to find an arsenal of old military weapons, equipment, and in one crate, a mysterious device that Ben discovers has cloned him. Now Ben is caught with the fight to survive being attacked by his evil clones.
A small cat annoys his elder by imitating everything he does. Eventually, the bigger cat catches a mouse, knowing the copy cat won't be able to perform the same feat.
An agoraphobic psychologist and a female detective must work together to take down a serial killer who copies serial killers from the past.
Hard Copy is an American tabloid news television show that ran in syndication from 1989 to 1999. Hard Copy was aggressive in its use of questionable material on television, including gratuitous violence. The original hosts of Hard Copy were Alan Frio and Terry Murphy; Barry Nolan joined the series in 1990 and stayed until 1998. In the show's final season, current KFMB sports director Kyle Kraska took over as host.
Copycats was a children's game show that aired on the CBBC Channel from 23 November 2009 to 6 March 2012 and was presented by Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes. It involves two family teams, each of six contestants, battling against each other in a series of games. Each episode consists of a number of rounds. Three of the rounds are based on Chinese whispers. These alternate with physical challenges, which vary from episode to episode.
True crime series that tells stories of real crimes that were inspired by major motion pictures and television. These real killers bring the violence of the movies into the real world, telling tales more shocking than what we see on screen. The series explores the gamut of frightening films from traditional horrors like American Psycho and Scream to cult classics Heathers and Taxi Driver, to modern tales of terror like Saw and Dexter. The real life crime, including the killer's chilling back-story, the murders, and the exciting investigation, is shown as a parallel to the Hollywood hit. Featuring dramatic recreations and detailed insights from detectives, psychologists, film critics, and other experts, Copycat Killers tells these terrifying true stories that'll change the way you see movies.
Copycat Singers is a musical gameshow broadcast by TV3 Sweden since November 20, 2011. Each episode features a well-known Swedish singer, and five copycats. The first season features Lasse Berghagen, Pernilla Wahlgren, Nanne Grönvall, Markoolio, Tommy Nilsson, Caroline af Ugglas, Christer Sandelin and Shirley Clamp.
Journalist Maebata Shigeko, young Tsukada Shinichi and elderly Arima Yoshio all suffer from and become involved in a serial kidnap and murder case. Shinichi first discovers a cut arm and handbag from the murder case. Elderly Yoshio's granddaughter is a murder victim. Based on the novel "Mohouhan" by Miyuki Miyabe.
Etsuko Kono is a 28-year-old woman who loves fashion. Aspiring to become a fashion editor, she joins a publishing company, but is sent to work in copy editing. There, her job is to correct errors and inadequate parts of documents and copies.