Part-feminist linguistic investigation, part-child’s learning tool and celebration of motor sport, a voice-over of words and associations narrates 35mm verité footage of the Berwick Bandits, an all-male Speedway motorcycle team with the mantra ‘No Brakes, No Gears, No Fear’.
Documentary about architectural structures in the UK.
The suburb that is a society in a society, a place where young guys do anything for respect. A place where criminality and violence is a part of life. The movie is about Malik, a guy without family and land of origin, and who has made crime and violence to a part of his life. Both to win respect, and to support himself.
Some homeless children who live in car park struggle for life.
The watching of an old film in 8 mm format produces memories and doubts for two persons who faced the question of armed political fight in '70 in Italy.
The word on everybody’s lips when it came to the Black Pencil winner was ‘beautiful’. An emotive and intelligent campaign, Mm-hmm united the judges almost unanimously when it came to choosing this as the winner. It was not only a great showcase of raw talent, it was produced brilliantly and with passion. You really feel like the students put everything into it.
This movie shows the simplest difference between Europe and former Soviet Union. It is the eponymous 89 mm - Russian train tracks are 89 mm wider than tracks in European countries. And because of this fact, it is not easy to go through the Soviet border by train in Brest as the passengers in the film do.
Miguel, a debutant director, and his young team live a series of tribulations during the shootings of their first film, which unrolls between Lisbon, Venice, Paris and Madrid.
A small, seemingly innocuous plastic reel of film leads surveillance specialist Tom Welles down an increasingly dark and frightening path. With the help of the streetwise Max, he relentlessly follows a bizarre trail of evidence to determine the fate of a complete stranger. As his work turns into obsession, he drifts farther and farther away from his wife, family and simple life as a small-town PI.
Travis Winslow is an honest man trapped in the middle of a drug war, deliberately placed in the crossfire by Shelby Collins, a woman as deadly as she is beautiful. After his brother Matt's death, no one knows the location of the last shipment of cocaine Matt smuggled into America. The cops think Travis has the answer, and so do the two rival crime lords. When Travis's daughter, Jennifer, is kidnapped, Travis realizes that he can rely on no one but himself. He races against the clock to find a way to rescue his daughter and save his own life, even if it means becoming as deadly as his enemies.
This concert film is from the DVD that came with the special edition MM.. FOOD CD re-release. It contains a compilation of live performances during his MM.. FOOD DRIVE TOUR in 2004/2005.
"Vivian Ostrovsky's intriguing film focuses on the French dancer- choreographer Mathilde Monnier, now the director of the National Choreographic Center of Montpellier. Like the dance film it is paired with, M.M.in MOTION exhibits a surrealist sensibility but the mood is playful and the movements full of quirky and ironic juxtapositions" (Film Society of Lincoln Center)
A procession of young male athletes.
Short film release
How is it possible that this combination of words generates prejudices? What do the words Moroccan, Muslim and Mohamed do separately and what do you think of when you hearing these words?
A filmmakers captures an actress throughout her journey from Hyderabad to Fort Kochi, Aleppey, Chennai, Mumbai and Pondicherry.
Fearing for his comatose girlfriend's life, Patrick creates a way to enter her world to bring her back to reality.