TV Miniseries (2 episodes) about life and rivalry of italian bikers Gino Bartali and Fausto Coppi.
Gino Pallazetti is in love with Lucia Petri and his career as a stand up comedian is about to take off.
Film by Domnick.
Dominick and Eugene are twins, but Dominick is a little bit slow due do an accident in his youth. They live together, with Dominick working as garbage man to put Eugene through medical school. Their relationship becomes strained when Eugene must decide between his devotion to his brother, or his need to go away to complete his training. Things are also not helped by Dominick's co-worker, or Eugene's budding romance.
Ranging from soul to soft rock, singer and songwriter Gino Vannelli earned several hits during the 1970s, including "People Gotta Move" and "I Just Wanna Stop." This is Gino's first live concert on DVD. 1- Brother To Brother 2- Wild Horses 3- The Time Of Day 4- Crazy Life 5- I Just Wanna Stop 6- People Gotta Move 7- Something Tells Me 8- In The Name Of Money 9- Hurts To Be in Love 10- Black Cars
Live In Montreal album contains a single disc with 13 songs. On this live set, Gino chooses songs from eight of his nine previous albums, in addition to one tune from a subsequent release; therefore, he wisely covers his whole career. Live In Montreal CD music Included are his three Top 40 hits: "Living Inside Myself," "People Gotta Move" and "I Just Wanna Stop." Gino and his three piece band bring new life to three tunes that were on the lackluster Big Dreamers Never Sleep, especially the acoustic arrangement of "Something Tells Me." Guitarist Mike Miller is a great, while Enzo Todesco is a monster drummer, who goes wild on the drum-intensive opener - "Brother To Brother." Although some songs are a little overdone, this is a very good live showcase of Gino's performing and songwriting talents.
Gino Vannelli Live In L.A. was recorded at the Saban Theatre Los Angeles California November 8th 2013.
Makeup master Gino De Rossi talks producers Calum Waddell and Nick Frame through his most infamous horror films and takes them on a tour of his workshop to show off props and gags.
An FBI Agent from America and his bride and young child travel to the Sicilian island of Ginostra to solve the murder of a key witness.
The first collaboration between Gino Vannelli and The Metropole Orchestra took place in Rossendaal Holland, during 2000. It was the beginning of an extremely creative partnership and the logical progression of the 70's Vannelli sound. Two years later in 2002 their joint performance at the legendary North Sea Jazz Festival was regarded as a momentous collaboration of jazz, modern contemporary and big band.
Nino, a regular working-class guy, finds that a hitman has been hired to kill him. He discovers that a wealthy woman has been kidnapped and that everyone who was involved in it is being killed off. However, Nino had nothing to do with the kidnapping and has to find out who has sent the killers and stop them before it's too late.
Sheila Walsh's irrepressible, freckle-faced Gigi is back in all her fully-animated majesty! This DVD has 2 more Gigi episodes: "The Ginormous Sneeze" and "A Trip to the Zoo." In "The Ginormous Sneeze," Gigi learns that being sick is no fun at all. Based on Philippians 4:6-7, she learns that even though she feels like there's nothing anybody can do to help her feel better, she should never forget to pray! And in "A Trip to the Zoo," Gigi knows how good it feels to be loved by God--when the Heavenly King is your father, you're loved "royally"! But while on this trip to the zoo, she sees how important it is to remember that all children are just as special to God as she is.
On the eve of his wedding, on holiday on the Lake Annecy shore, a career diplomat visits an old acquaintance, perhaps a former girlfriend. Through her he meets an intense teenager, Laura, and then lusts after her sister, Claire. Whilst Laura attempts to flirt with him, his fantasy becomes focused on wanting to caress Claire's knee.
Jean-Marie Straub's first film after the death of Danièlle Huillet is a love poem to her. Le Genou d'Artémide is based on Cesare Pavese's "Dialogues of Leuco", which had already been adapted by Straub et Huillet as Ces Rencontres Avec Eux (2006).