Gabrielle is a "statue" for tourists, much to the chagrin of her teenage son. Elsa is in angry at the world and desperate to become pregnant. Mao is a chronically depressed video game designer who drowns his melancholy in alcohol and psychoanalysis. They are brother and sisters but do not hang out. Ever. Their parents Pierre and Claudine, separated for a long time, have really done nothing to strengthen the bonds of the family - yet, at their grandfather's funeral, they are going to have to meet, and together answer the question: "What to do with grandma?"
Sy "the photo guy" Parrish has lovingly developed photos for the Yorkin family since their son was a baby. But as the Yorkins' lives become fuller, Sy's only seems lonelier, until he eventually believes he's part of their family. When "Uncle" Sy's picture-perfect fantasy collides with an ugly dose of reality, what happens next "has the spine-tingling elements of the best psychological thrillers!"
Tom has a chunk of the leftover chicken just before his owner George goes to look at the fridge. He threatens to take care of whichever animal did it. Tom frames Spike the dog, but Jerry snaps a photo of him in the act, prints up dozens of copies, and then battles Tom to get George to see one of them.
Sam is a divorced freelance photographer who is struggling to put her daughter, Laurie, though college. She takes any job, even the dangerous ones, to keep the paychecks coming. Her latest assignment, given to her by a private investigation firm, goes horribly wrong when Sam suspects the subject of her stakeout may have been the victim of foul play.
Her mother has just died. Her father is not what she had thought. Caught between an uncertain past, which she knows only through the photographs her mother has left behind, and the prospect of a marriage that she does not really want, Elisa sets out to discover the truth. But will she recognize it when she finds it?
In a Buenos Aires apartment located in what used to be the centre of nightlife between the 60s and 80s, live three single Colombian sisters. Luisita, the youngest, set up there a photo studio where the most renowned artists of the time used to go to take their picture. Today Luisita is far from the recognition she deserves. The discovery of 25,000 never-before-seen negatives brings a new opportunity to get acquainted with the photographer's work and opens a window to a very important period in Argentine popular culture.
Jennifer discovers an antique camera at the estate of a photography enthusiast.
Dad's Photo is a romantic drama about Margarita, a woman who lives in love with Mateo, her first and only boyfriend. Mateo disappeared when they were both 18 years old. Forty-five years later, he returns to the neighborhood, but not exactly looking for Margarita.
Documentarist Nina Davenport turns the conventions of the travelogue inside out. She takes us to India and abandons us there, leaving us to believe what we see through her eyes. Her movie replicates the experience of being a traveller and thus a voyeur, of taking in sights without necessarily understanding their meaning. Davenport seems less interested in cracking the enigma of India than in savoring it...Her hunger makes her unashamed, like the eager children who find the eye of her camera the next best thing to sweets.
Photo session is a film about a pair. A human pair: man and woman, no longer young but when they laugh together they´re as exuberant as children. And an analogous pair: a reflex camera and a 16mm film camera recording one another.
A psycho photographer (G.W. Lawrence) kidnaps young women to rape and kill on camera, and then sells the footage to horror films that are released overseas. A female cop (Clancey McCauley) goes after him.
Renowned ethnographic filmmakers David and Judith MacDougall explore the many meanings of photography in this profound and penetrating documentary. The film focuses on the photographers of Mussoorie, a hill station in the Himalayan foothills of northern India whose fame has attracted tourists since the 19th century. Through a rich mixture of scenes that includes the photographers at work, their clients, and both old and new photographs, this extraordinary film examines photography as art and as social artifact — a medium of reality, fantasy, memory, and desire.
FADED PHOTOGRAPH is a documentary in which the filmmaker traces the existence of her father, who died when she was 12, through a montage of his memoirs. From family films shot by her paternal grandfather and her father between 1954 and 1998, and the diaries he wrote during his life, the director tells the story of an ordinary man whose personal memory echoes a collective memory : one of a generation bursting out of Quebec's great darkness in which freedom is also synonym of disorientation. Thus begins a dialogue marked by nostalgia, between joyful videos and tormented writings, which soon becomes universal.
This is an excerpt from the 60-minute film commissioned for Conrad Cummings's opera of the same title, which was produced by Ridge Theater and staged at La Mama, NYC, in June, 1992.
After a family dinner, the son poisons his mother, stabs his sister and chokes his father, then reunites the three of them on the living-room couch and takes a pictures of them, with him in the center, smiling, holding them still.
The Photo (Persian: عکس) is a 2001 Iranian drama film Written and directed by Hossein Shahabi
Photo Farag recounts the emotional tale of a big family from Iraq who immigrated to Israel and revolutionized photography, from their rise to their downfall. Using rare footage nephew Kobi Farag tells the story of this family of photographers.
A repressed young wife's traumatic sexual assault triggers a depraved obsession with her attacker.
On April 25, 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick published their groundbreaking discovery of the double helix structure of DNA. But their crucial breakthrough depended on the pioneering work of another biologist, Rosalind Franklin. 50 years later, NOVA investigates the shocking truth behind one of the greatest scientific discoveries and presents a moving portrait of a brilliant woman in an era of male-dominated science.
During Kazuya Maeda's first year of high school he felt like a nobody, just another forgotten face shuffling through the crowded hallways. Even his best friend from childhood, Nimi, seemed somehow more difficult to approach, since she had matured a little quicker in the unsettling way that girls have a habit of doing. However, this year, things will be different for Kazuya, and part of that change may just be because of the big new chick magnet hanging in front of him: The used digital SLR he just received from his dad! But will just having a camera be enough to make talking to girls a snap? Well, if he stays focused and proves to be good enough at making them look good, it might just be! And since it's digital, there are no negatives or having to wait for things to develop! Will Kazyuya's new stock-in-trade click with the most beautiful girls in school, or will his career as a lensman be just a flash in the pan?
Explores the development of photography from its beginnings to more recent times.
Y'a pas photo was a French television program shown on TF1 from September 1997, produced by Loribel and animated by Laurent Fontaine and Pascal Bataille, with help from Sophie Thalmann, Sabrina Kléber, and Georges Chétochine. The program took as its subject various subjects from society, and also showed reports on associated subjects. Its style was altered in September 2001; it received a new decor, and showed more debates. Among notable presenters on the program was Valérie Bénaïm.
The Hanabishi family moves into the old building "Kogure Photo Studio." The first son Eiichi (Ryunosuke Kamiki) is a 2nd year high school student. One day, a neighbor, who is also a high school student, shows him a picture. That picture was developed at "Kogure Photo Studio."
RuPaul's Drag Race alums critique the runway looks from the RuPaul's Drag Race mainstage. Will they TOOT or BOOT the Queens looks from the runway?
Color or black and white? Artsy or newsy? Doesn't matter: We love photography—and so do you! That's why all of our great photo stuff is now in one easy-to-find place. Whether you're looking for videos, lighting tips, settings help, expert advice, or photos by kids like you, we've got what you need to be a great photographer.
Travel with renowned photographer Joel Sartore as he photographs at-risk and rare species in the wild, in zoos, in nature preserves and explores his Photo Ark initiative, revealing why ensuring species' future matters to us all.
Photon was a live action television show in the mid-1980s, which was tied in to the Photon lasertag arenas and home game. It was produced by DIC Entertainment as a first run syndicated kids series which shown in various syndicated markets through most of the mid eighties. Animator Shinji Aramaki served as miniature model maker/designer on the special effects team for the series.
Because of his dreams of modeling, Aira willingly swallows every temperament and warmth of Jemy. However, without realizing every quarrel gave birth to love. Other people do not know that they are not love, Jemy and Aira are just so ravenous to know new love.
Photographic Horizons was a United States television series where panelists discussed the art and science of photography. The show aired on Wednesdays at 8:30pm on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network.
A picture is often worth more than 1000 words. Especially in covering events and news, the impact can be enormous with just a photo.
You Suck At Photoshop is a series of online Photoshop tutorials with adult-themed humor designed by Matt Bledsoe and Troy Hitch of the Big Fat Institute for Advanced Interactive Design; hosted at My Damn Channel. The show started as a one-off parody of instructional videos and became popular almost overnight; since its debut in December 2007, the first episode alone has received over 4.2 million views on YouTube, over 600,000 on My Damn Channel, and garnered national attention in Time Magazine.
Sky Arts hosts a competition like no other to find the best European amateur or professional photographic talent. An eight-week, eight-episode trial in which finalists must convince a jury of world-famous photographers and experts of their creativity, instinct and versatility,to become the first Master of Photography. The winner will receive €150,000; a show; and a catalogue.
Explore the stories behind 100 stirring images that changed the world.
Retelling history through the eye of a lens
Capture the Action with Red Bull Photography How do you freeze action, create motion blur and showcase the strength and style of athletes? When you introduce artificial light into your adventure photography, the opportunities are endless! It’s easier than it looks, and once you master the technical aspects, lighting on location can unlock tremendous opportunity for capturing portraits and action. Red Bull Photographer, Michael Clark, joins CreativeLive to break down the barriers that are keeping you from letting your photography stand out. In this course, he’ll cover the basics of gear, incorporating flash, finding unique perspective and so much more. Through demonstrations in the field, Michael will work with incredible athletes in a variety of lighting scenarios to show how to capture the heart of a sport and the spirit of an athlete. If you’re looking to make your mark in the world of action or sports photography, this course is a necessity in making your work compete with the best in the industry.
12 masters lecture on the basics of operating a camera, the elements of a photograph and composition and lighting, as well as analyzing real-life photo opportunities and selecting and preparing photographs for photographic essays.
Nat Geo’s Most Amazing Photos follows the world’s most renowned photographers as they scale 100-metre redwood trees, chase fierce thunderstorms for the perfect lightning strike and photograph a dynamited warship as it is sent to the bottom of the ocean – from inside the ship.