Ernest Krakenkrick and Bachir Bouzouk are about to become pilots in the French army. But after the bad consequences of a test undertaken with the centrifuge, they are forced to give up their dream. They are eventually given the position of baggage handler at Orly-West Airport in Paris. But one night, there is a hostage-taking in the airport and the "Moustachious", a group of terrorists, take hold of the control tower.
Set shortly after former President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment, Control Plan follows a young Brazilian woman who uses her cell phone’s teleportation service to flee the country.
In the movie, Eduardo Moscovis is Danilo, a stage director obsessed with the injustice committed against XIX century farmer Manoel da Motta Coqueiro, case that initiated the process of extinction of death penalty in Brazil. Incited by a beautiful and mysterious woman, Danilo takes a fateful decision. He stages a play about the case with himself as Motta Coqueiro and psychiatric patients playing all the other parts. When the borders between reality and fantasy start to blend, Danilo relives the historical facts in first person, all the time conscious of the tragic doom of his character. Full with uncommon characters and surprising turns, the movie approaches the issue of death penalty in a refreshing new perspective.
Shot entirely on CCTV cameras while working at a suburban multiplex cinema, Jann Clavadetscher’s Controle No 6 is no budget filmmaking in the truest sense. Constructed over many weeks, Jann surreptitiously performed for the cinema’s security cameras, in empty car parks, box office booths and lifts, only later going back to comb through these tapes in an attempt to retrieve the material in which he appears. With movie star looks and an affection for body comedy, Jann could be situated as the Harold Lloyd of the Experimental Film Society of which he forms part (as unlikely as that sounds). Lloyd serves as a model here for a naturally physical performer, but also for the ways in which Clavadetscher gracefully skips over what would otherwise be impossibly restrictive conditions in which to make a film.
Part 7 of Godard's 8 part examination of the history of the concept of cinema and how it relates to the 20th century.
After losing her job and learning that her husband has been unfaithful, a woman hits the road with her profane, hard-drinking grandmother.
Jeff Dunham is back in his fourth concert event, with all-new material. All the favorites are here: Walter, the grumpy retiree; furry and manic Peanut; Jose Jalapeño, the spicy pepper from south of the border; plus bumbling skeletal Achmed the Dead Terrorist. Dunham is also joined by two never-before-seen characters certain to unleash their own unique havoc on stage.
Franck and his girlfriend Sonya, plus some of their friends go on holiday in Brazil. Franck, his friends, two girls and Sonya's grandmother leave to visit a cave, but everything goes wrong and their crazy adventures begin.
Set in the heart of Christmas, the film tells the story of Sergio, a boy who could not finish the year in worse shape. It is New Year's Eve, the heaviest snowfall in thirty years is falling, all flights are canceled and he has to take the grapes (a tradition in Spain for New Year's Eve) with the other passengers in a roadside hotel. But that's not all, because he will have to manage to get on a night what he has failed in several months: to win back her ex girlfriend Bea before she goes to work in Germany. All with the help of a group of travelers who are the worst team in the world
An FBI agent tracks a serial killer with the help of three of his would-be victims - all of whom have wildly different stories to tell.
A young law student, grieving for his dying mother, struggles to decide whether he should kill his unfaithful step-father.
A New York detective investigates a series of murders committed by random New Yorkers who claim that "God told them to."
Two air traffic controllers who thrive on living dangerously compete to outdo each other on several levels.
With 1970s Germany in the background, this film depicts the story of a family from the “R.A.F. Terrorist” group and their search for a normal life and their inner self.
Brilliantly funny comedy finds humor in what was otherwise a terrifying time, the outbreak of Martial Law in Poland in 1981.
In the near future, a police officer specializes in malfunctioning robots. When a robot turns out to have been programmed to kill, he begins to uncover a homicidal plot to create killer robots... and his son becomes a target.
A wealthy Los Angeles teen and her superficial friends wants to break out of suburbia and experience Southern California's "gangsta" lifestyle. But problems arise when the preppies get in over their heads and provoke the wrath of a violent Latino gang. Suddenly, their role-playing seems a little too real.
Eyes is an ABC television series starring Tim Daly as Harlan Judd. Eyes follows the firm of Judd Risk Management which uses marginally legal means to investigate individuals and crimes where law enforcement would fall short. With the help of high-tech gadgets, Harlan Judd and his employees recover money for victims as well as investigate individuals for clients but still manage to keep plenty of secrets from one another. In May 2005, having rescheduled the sixth episode twice, ABC announced that they would not be airing the remaining episodes until June at the earliest. They later announced that it would not be picked up for a second season and that the remaining episodes would remain unaired. New Zealand television station TV2 picked up this show and aired the complete series, all twelve episodes, in the second half of 2005. These episodes appeared online via BitTorrent soon after. The show was also partially aired on Singapore television station Mediacorp Channel 5, with the pilot episode and episodes #106 to #112 being skipped. Episode #111 was an exception, and was aired as the fifth episode. The show was also aired in full on France cable television station Canal Jimmy in 2006. In the beginning of 2008 the show was aired in full on Polish television station TVN 7. The series was shown on the Nine Network in Australia in 2007.
Hwasin – Controller of the Heart is a South Korean talk show which began airing on February 19, 2013 on Tuesday nights at 11:15 pm KST on SBS. It is hosted by comedian Shin Dong-yup, actress Kim Hee-sun, and singer Yoon Jong-shin. Hwasin has several meanings, including God of Tuesday and God of Talk, as well as Shin Dong-yup and Yoon Jong-shin's Shin, and Goddess Kim Hee-sun. The program was referred to as the second season of Strong Heart, but with a different format focused on exploring lifestyle differences between generations through surveys to viewers. On May 1, 2013, it was announced that comedian Kim Gu-ra would join the program as new host, marking his return to SBS since his sudden departure from television in April 2012. The programs format will also be changed, abandoning the viewer surveys and focusing on people instead. The first episode to air with new host, Kim Gu-ra, and a new format will air May 14, 2013. On May 9, 2013, it was announced that Yoon Jong-shin will be leaving the show due to schedule and health issues. He will be replaced by actor Bong Tae-gyu, who will be a guest on the May 14th episode, and officially as new host airing May 21, 2013. After a seven month run, Hwasin has officially been cancelled due to low ratings with the last episode airing on October 1, 2013 and will be replaced by reality program Beating Heart.
Fanciful series about an aspiring writer who imagines alternative life scenarios while working for a big company.