Hussein is a shy young man who's in love with his cousin, Samiha. Samiha however is more interested in her other cousin Lucy who knows how to sing and dance. Hussein's uncle, Samiha's father, admiring Hussein helps him winning his daughter's heart. Thinking about what he can do, Hussein's uncle starts spreading a rumor that Hussein is having an affair with the superbly beautiful famous actress, Hind Rostom, hoping jealousy will move the daughter's heart. The plan was working until Hind Rostom herself is coming to town.
Directed by Fatin Abdel Wahab.
HUB CITY is a short about Lubbock, Texas, the home of Buddy Holly. It is also about trajectories of death and small towns in general.
Directed by Muhammad Selman.
Directed by Mohamed Jindi.
1989 short film by Andrew Kötting
A Traveltalk look at Hong Kong in the 1930s.
Through the power of IMAX® 3D, Hubble 3D will enable movie-goers to journey through distant galaxies to explore the grandeur and mysteries of our celestial surroundings, and accompany space-walking astronauts as they attempt the most difficult and important tasks in NASA’s history. The film will offer an inspiring and unique look into the Hubble Space Telescope’s legacy and highlight its profound impact on the way we view the universe and ourselves. Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, Hubble 3D reunites the Space Station 3D filmmaking team, led by Producer/Director Toni Myers. James Neihouse, Director of Photography, also doubles as the Astronaut crew trainer. Judy Carroll is Associate Producer, and Graeme Ferguson, Co-founder of IMAX and pioneer Producer of many IMAX space films, is Executive Producer. Hubble 3D is an IMAX and Warner Bros. Pictures production, in cooperation with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Mr Hublot is a withdrawn, idiosyncratic character with OCD, scared of change and the outside world. Robot Pet's arrival turns his life upside down: he has to share his home with this very invasive companion...
Huba (Parasite) is a film about an ailing old man and a young mother. After retiring from the factory, the man, deprived of his daily routine, loses control over his time. Unable to eat or sleep, he starts drying up. The mother and child are like a single organism. Yet their relationship is, for all its closeness, one of dependence and inequality. The child, whose attachment to life is the strongest, is ravenous and needy; the woman, though enjoying a brief moment of freedom, is doomed to be a victim, while the old man has nothing to keep him going now that he can no longer work at the factory. When the three of them try to have a life together, they are like the Holy Family reversed. Brought together by chance, their lives intertwine in a web of oppression. The film follows their daily existence and slow decline.
A young woman recalls how her father (a fallen priest), her mother (a woman with a secret past) and her teenage sister returned with her to live in their ancestral home after the family business failed. She was plagued with mysterious problems of sleepwalking and began a romance with a young man who tried to cure her.
"Hubad"'s raw and sexually candid theme faces funding obstacles from the Manila Arts Council, a funding organization for the arts. But in his resolve to bring the production to stage, the director Andre refuses to tone down the play's uncompromising language. To his two fading stars, Carmen and Delfin, the intimacy of "Hubad" precipitously unlocks their waning libido. They find their way into an emotional reprieve from their stale marriages and into a full blown affair. The heart of the story is seen through the prism of the play. In the film's final scenes it is the stage that provides the actor's catharsis for self-discovery and personal redemption.
A poor Filipino woman (Assunta de Rossi) tries to take care of her mentally handicapped sister amid the poverty and violence of the shantytown in which they live.
The young Monika Dahlhoff returns from the USA after two years. As soon as she arrives, she learns that her father wants to sell his traditional stud farm, because he has quarreled with the members of the equestrian club. Accordingly annoyed is the old Dahlhoff, when his daughter just fell in love with the son of his greatest enemy. In the annual "Hubertusjagd" there is a dramatic encounter between the men.
In stop-motion animation, a wardrobe moves through the countryside. It arrives in a house, a child's voice recites Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky," and various objects, such as toys and dolls, move about, disintegrate, and play out archetypal scenes. Like Carroll's verse, the images are at once familiar and unfamiliar. A child's play suit, hanging in the wardrobe, becomes the adventure's protagonist.
How do scientists put together the many photos taken by the Hubble Space Telescope to obtain the beautiful and amazing pictures we see? What do those pictures tell us about galaxies moving in space and the future of our own galaxy?
A drama directed by Harald Reindl, based on the novel by Ludwig Ganghofer.
The Hub is a news programme shown on the international news and current affairs channel BBC World News. The programme launched on 1 February 2010 as part of a network-wide refresh and was presented by Nik Gowing. The programme aired at 17:00 GMT for 90 minutes. The Hub replaced an edition of World News Today and served as a news 'nerve centre' for South Asia and the Middle East, providing both the headlines, and detailed analysis of the global news agenda. An edition of World Business Report followed the programme. The programme aired its last edition on 21 December 2012 and was replaced by Global on 14 January 2013.
NASCAR Race Hub is a daily NASCAR news program broadcast on Fox Sports 1 Monday through Thursday. Originally broadcast on Speed, the show replaced NASCAR Nation and This Week in NASCAR. NASCAR Race Hub premiered on October 12, 2009 as a 30 minute show, but was extended to 60 minutes in the following years. The show was again shortened to 30 minutes after moving to Fox Sports 1 from Speed in August 2013, only to be returned to 60 minutes starting on September 23.
A show about two Bavarian police officers, Franz Hubert and Johannes Staller, who sometimes work a bit differently. Where Franz wants to follow regulations, Johannes likes to do things his own way.
Hububb was a Children's Television program broadcast on BBC One in the United Kingdom, it was named after Les Bubb who also played the title character with the same name. The Show ran from 1997 until 2001. Five series of the show were made. The Show was about a delivery man who lives in a tower in the center Edinburgh who kept getting into all sorts of bother, he is also known for using his trusty mountain bike which he uses for his work. The show was filmed and set in the Scottish Capital City, Edinburgh and the tower featured in the show was Melville Monument in St Andrew Square. Hububb was made by Nole Gay productions for BBC Scotland.
Hubahu is a Hindi language Indian television series based on the story of twin sisters who exchange places for a week. The story is an adaption of the 1985s hit American two-part made-for-TV movie Deceptions, starring known Hollywood actors Stefanie Powers and Barry Bostwick, in which Powers starred as twins who swap places leading to dire consequences. The series premiered on Sony TV on February 7, 2002, and aired every Thursday at 8:30pm IST. The series starred Sandhya Mridul in the lead who played the characters of both sisters, Aditi and Ananya. It was produced by Husmukh Shah and Parvati Balagopalan and shot in Mumbai and Bangkok. The channel ended the series after it completed 30 episodes due to high cost of production, especially shooting overseas which cost half a million rupees an episode.
Hubworld is a children's news magazine television series airing in the United States on The Hub, and produced by Natural 9 Entertainment with an association with Hasbro Studios. The program premiered on November 5, 2010 and is hosted by actor/magician Justin "Kredible" Willman. The program's premiere date was delayed from The Hub's launch date on October 10, 2010, to November due to unknown factors.
Hubble Live, fully titled Hubble Live: The Final Mission, was a one-hour live American television special presentation that premiered on May 11, 2009 on the Science Channel. The program covered the launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on NASA's Servicing Mission 4, the eleven-day fifth and final mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope. The program was hosted by Josh Zepps, who is the host of science news series Brink, and featured interviews with NASA astrophysicist and space telescope expert Kim Weaver and former NASA astronaut Paul William Richards. A one-hour documentary film titled The Ends of the Universe: Hubble's Final Chapter also premiered on the same day and channel.
Trains, planes or maritime travel – innumerable travellers use these junctions that catapult them to new adventures every day. What kind of planning and logistics are necessary to make the commute, the flight, the trip of millions and millions of individuals possible at all? What goes on behind the scenes to insure that everyone gets where they need to go in a timely manner? Giant Hubs will take the viewer behind the scenes of this almost impossible endeavour and find answers to these and to a lot more questions.
Set in a parallel universe, Real Humans imagines a world where robots have become so human that they're barely distinguishable from real humans and follows the resulting emotional effects on two families as well as the trials of a group of robots who have attained free will and want their freedom from human ownership.
Eduard, a husband and father who loses his family in a tragic accident, travels to parallel universes to seek a better fate for his beloved wife.