Documents the experiences of actress Lindsay Lohan following her 2013 stay at a rehabilitation center.
Richard Phillips' Lindsay Lohan will be included in "Commercial Break," presented by the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Venice, Italy, June 1 - 5, 2011, concurrent with the 54th international exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
On the night of her 30th birthday, Lindsay Corwin, an unlucky environmentalist with a string of bad relationships, decides to make the ultimate wish: for all of her birthday wishes to come true. When her nearly three decades of wishes, including everything from losing weight to meeting Mr. Right, start magically coming true all at once, Lindsay is awestruck—until she realizes the life, and the man, she’s always wished for might not be the one she really wants.
A documentary about film director Lindsay Anderson, made for BBC Scotland television series "Artworks Scotland."
Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan travels to India to investigate the issue of child trafficking. As the capital Delhi prepares to host the Commonwealth Games, she talks to young boys just rescued from factories in the slums. When she learns that many have been sent away with traffickers by their own parents, Lindsay sets off to find out why. In West Bengal, parents, child victims, and a former trafficker share their stories and reveal the desperate poverty which fuels this cruel trade in children. As India's economy is booming, Lindsay asks what can be done to stop this abuse.
Lindsay Brin, author of How to Exercise when Expecting and fitness expert for Fit Pregnancy and Mom & Baby magazines will guide you through safe and effective workouts designed specifically for each stage of pregnancy. As you progress in your pregnancy your endurance level will change, so your workouts need to match the challenge! This 4-DVD workout Set includes 1st Trimester, 2nd Trimester, 3rd Trimester and PostNatal Boot Camp.
"Never Apologize" is Malcolm McDowell's celebration of his friend and mentor, Lindsay Anderson, and the time they spent working together, and the famous circle of people with whom they were surrounded.
Imagine a hospital that will treat, free of charge, any injured or orphaned wild animal you may find. Imagine 6000 animals a year -- from the tiniest hummingbird to a mountain lion and everything in between -- getting help at this place.
A documentary about the history of the Free Cinema movement, made by one of it's greatest proponents, Lindsay Anderson, to commemorate British Film Year in 1985. Produced by Kevin Brownlow and David Gill. Unlike Richard Attenborough's celebratory episode of the same series, or Alan Parker's more aggressive show, which was balanced between celebrating the greats and attacking Parker's bugbears, Greenaway and Jarman and the BFI, Anderson's show accentuates the negative, painting an image of a British cinema in terminal artistic decline and trashing the ambitions and approach of British Film Year itself. It's mordantly funny and very savage.