Tiffany, Charlie and Vernon are con artists looking to up the ante from their typical scams. They figure a good way of doing this is taking down Dean "The Dean" Stevens, a well-known cardsharp, in a rigged game. However, they first need enough money to enter a game with Stevens, so they decide to strike a deal with fellow crook Larry Jennings to scam a local gangster -- which turns out to be a bad idea.
A woman attempts to cover up the thefts committed by the manager at the shop she works at.
Jade, a successful freelance photographer is hopelessly in love with her best friend of 10 years, bar manager Danny. She discovers through several challenging encounters both personally and professionally that the one thing keeping them from happy ever after is her inherent beauty - her complexion and skin tone. Her shade.
A young drifter returns to his home in Key West, Florida and attempts to open a fishing charter business, provoking a dangerous feud with a rival fishing sea captain.
After receiving a life insurance payout check from his wife’s passing, a man reflects upon his past relationship and the attribution of finite value to a person’s life in modern society.
A girl with unusual eating habits encounters a man with possibly wicked intentions.
Shade: The Motion Picture is a documentary which exposes the true power structure embedded in our global reality, showing the true controllers their plans to Geo-engineer our planet and control the populace.
A young widower attended by a masked servant and his retired movie star mother are holed up in their abandoned childhood home- joined for the holidays by an ex-girlfriend, her violently jealous new actor boyfriend and a filmmaker who appears to be half rotting bird. The burial of a severed hand in a jar sets of a strange series of events in which each person becomes haunted by ghosts from his or her past.
The first film of New York-based French director Raphael Nadjari is an adaptation of Dostoyevsky's The Gentle Creature, which had also inspired Une Femme douce of Robert Bresson. The Shade is a drama about a mysterious woman and a pawnbroker who meet in New York. The film begins with Simon, who is alone in his apartment with the corpse of his wife, Anna, who has just committed suicide. In his grief, he remembers the first time he met her, a year ago when she walked into his pawnbroker's shop in Spanish Harlem. Mysterious Anna, who seems to come from nowhere, impresses solitary Simon with her sad beauty, and he proposes to her on their first night out. The Shade is a love story with great psychological insight.
"This film, made in a Finnish forest in April this year, was hand processed in coffee developer to a black and white negative, fixed using sea salt water for 20 hours, and I then hand-painted it with photographic watercolours. I wanted to use a filmmaking process that was gentle on the magnificent environment I was in, and that’s what I came up with. I then inverted the film to create a positive image, where instead of being black, the trees are coloured. This is a new technique I developed, and have since shared with the artist analogue filmmaking community. ‘Silva’ is Latin for forest, and ‘silver’ is the essence of cinema, in all its many shades. I recorded the sound in the same forest, just as the snow began to slowly melt and the cranes were flying back for the beginning of Spring." — M.J.
In The Deep Shade is a feature length film about The Frames. Filmmaker Conor Masterson worked closely with the band over 18 months, beginning on their 20th anniversary tour in 2010. 'The Frames have always been very positive collaborators. I felt this was an opportunity to make a film that could explore their creativity as people and musicians as well as capturing some of their very dynamic and exciting live performances in close up.'
Follows the intertwining tales of several people who share a connection due to their repeated presence in an anonymous motel room over several years.
A Whiter Shade consists of many flash shots of a single black and white photographic print. In a mode of chronological appearance, the still images at the limit of abstraction come to life in a slow continuous and hallucinatory movement. The soundtrack, slowed of a music of the same name, is united to the white hypnosis.
It's our 2016 Throwing Shade Live tour doc with clips from our live show, prank calls to hate groups, interviews with audience members, and a musical number you will tell your grandchildren about. What else could you ask for, hunny bun?
Long ago, a tragedy befell a small logging town. For decades, in that very same community, a psychopathic murderer has roamed. Hellbent on finding and destroying anyone who is unfortunate enough to wander into his wilderness. When a group of college students decide to get away for a weekend, their party plans land them in Dark Shade Creek. But a weekend of fun soon descends into madness, and the teens find themselves in a downward spiral of terror, with almost no chance of escape.
In the late 80s, a psychiatrist leads his junkie older brother towards the Canadian border to escape a murder charge.
This film is about a mentally handicapped boy who lives with his father and his father tries to educate him in a special way
In “Shade Grown Coffee” you’ll learn about the coffee-making process, all the way from harvesting the ripe cherries to preparing your favourite cup of coffee. Visiting the passionate farmers, roasters and baristas you’ll get rarely shared insights on the business of coffee, and learn how you can enjoy a more sustainable cup – and a brighter tomorrow. A documentary film for coffee enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, “Shade Grown Coffee” aims to deepen your understanding and appreciation of your next cup of coffee.
Evening Shade is an American sitcom television series that aired on CBS from 1990 to 1994. The series stars Burt Reynolds as Wood Newton, an ex-professional football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who returns to rural Evening Shade, Arkansas to coach a high school football team with a long losing streak. Reynolds personally requested to use the Steelers as his former team because he is a fan. The general theme of the show is the appeal of small town life. Episodes ended with a closing narration by Ossie Davis summing up the events of the episode, always closing with "... in a place called Evening Shade." The show's final episode saw the guest appearances of Willie Nelson and Buzz Aldrin as escaped convicts on the run from authorities, the final scene being a spectacular shoot-out reminiscent of the final scene of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. The opening segment included clips from around Arkansas, including the famous McClard's Bar-be-que, which is situated on Albert Pike Blvd. and South Patterson St. in Hot Springs National Park.
Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi talk about everything from politics to the latest pop culture nonsense.
Sexy New York detective and single mother Harlee Santos fell in with a tight-knit group of dirty cops, taking bribes and protection money that she uses to provide the best life for her honest, talented daughter. But when she's trapped by the FBI and forced to inform on her own "brothers," she'll have to walk the fine line between love, loyalty, honor and betrayal, and try to keep it together for her daughter's future.
Shade of Darkness is a 1994 horror series by Hong Kong television broadcaster TVB. Produced by Mui Siu-ching it featured a cast which included Canti Lau, Kenix Kwok and Ada Choi.
Shades of L.A. is an American crime drama television series that aired from October 10, 1990 until April 6, 1991.
In the final analysis, it all comes down to guilt, different shades of guilt that one assumes in a single moment of thoughtlessness or in months of premeditated planning. Defence Attorney Friedrich Knonberg knows he must tip legal scales of justice in favour of his client for crimes that are never black and white and what they may seem. In German with subtitles.
Shades of Truth is a 25-episode television comedy-drama from Hong Kong. Produced by Siu Hin-fai, the drama is a TVB production. The story is a parody on the legendary story of Wu Song from the Chinese classical novel Water Margin and also the 2002 Hong Kong crime-thriller film Infernal Affairs.
Follow comedian and political gadfly W. Kamau Bell as he explores the far corners of our country and its various groups and subcultures.
Shades of Greene is a British television series based on short stories written by the author Graham Greene. The series began in 1975, with each hour-long episode featuring a dramatisation of one of Greene's stories, many of which dealt with issues such as guilt and the Catholic faith, as well as looking at life in general. Actors to have appeared in the series include John Gielgud, Leo McKern, Virginia McKenna, Paul Scofield, and Roy Kinnear. The series began on 9 September 1975 and ran for two seasons.
Shades was a six-part British television series starring Stephen Tompkinson and Dervla Kirwan, who previously starred together on Ballykissangel. It was produced by ITV and Coastal Productions but ITV never aired the mini series in the UK. It was only shown in the US on PBS and in Ontario, Canada because of the PBS affiliate in Buffalo, New York that is received across the border. It was a smart and unusual series that involved the two characters Mark and Maeve, who did not previously know each other, dying and then finding themselves continuing to exist as spirits. After their deaths, they learn there are some rules to this existence. One is that they can interact somewhat with the living - but the living will forget anything that happened and anything that was said with Mark and Maeve once these two have left their presence. The other is that, unlike with strangers, they cannot interact at all with the people who were closest to them, they can only observe what is happening with them. Mark and Maeve's frustration intensifies at not being capable of intervening directly in their loved one's lives. Instead they must find a way to do so indirectly, which was very tricky. From this they realize they are a shade of their former selves. Still conscious, yet diminished somehow on the physical plane. The series follows their attempts to set things right in the lives of new people they encounter, because of the unique advantage they have of being able to see the circumstances that these people are not aware of, and also their attempts to resolve the mess their personal lives were abruptly left in. The writer handled the story with these very specific rules. This made for great drama, seeing how Mark and Maeve would resolve the conflicts of their unfinished lives. The ambient theme music was perfectly suited to the series, sounding as if it were something made in the spirit world.
Shadetree Mechanic is a television series that aired on TNN for 8 seasons from October 4, 1992 to May 14, 2000. It featured automotive repair and maintenance tips. The show was hosted by Sam Memmolo and Dave Bowman. Shadetree Mechanic has been superseded by Crank and Chrome and 2 Guys' Garage which air on SPEED TV and now Motorhead Garage on Velocity. Shadetree Mechanic was produced by Cinetel Productions The term "shadetree mechanic" is a general term for people who enjoy working on automobiles in their spare time, usually in their own driveways, taking up basic DIY upgrades as well as basic maintenance. Amongst some people the term has also developed a negative connotation, suggesting that shadetree mechanics often cause more damage than improvement to their cars. It can also be a name for someone who enjoys working on professional tasks for the sake of hobby or past time. "The Shadetree Mechanic" is also a pseudonym and title of a technical reference column used by the Performance Boats Magazine performanceboats.com writer J. Jay Forbes. The column focuses on basic high-performance boat and engine maintenance.
Britain's worst tanning addicts, including Karl who, not content with a heavy sunbed habit, has been injecting himself with an unlicensed tanning product. And 21-year-old Hannah, who at the age of just 17 had the skin of a pensioner.
Shades of Black: The Conrad Black Story is a 2006 drama about ambition, love, betrayal and greed. The film chronicles the private and public struggles of Lord Conrad Black, one of the world's most controversial press barons.