After moving to a vineyard with her family, a pregnant woman experiences horrifying visions.
Twenty-five films from twenty-five European countries by twenty-five European directors.
Cameramen and women discuss the craft and art of cinematography and of the "DP" (the director of photography), illustrating their points with clips from 100 films, from Birth of a Nation to Do the Right Thing. Themes: the DP tells people where to look; changes in movies (the arrival of sound, color, and wide screens) required creative responses from DPs; and, these artisans constantly invent new equipment and try new things, with wonderful results. The narration takes us through the identifiable studio styles of the 30s, the emergence of noir, the New York look, and the impact of Europeans. Citizen Kane, The Conformist, and Gordon Willis get special attention.
Charles Dekeukeleire, a questioning Catholic, is spurred into making this documentary by a pilgrimage undertaken by the Catholic Young Workers’ Movement. The director’s approach is one of critical reflection – emotional and fervent, often acerbic.
A professor who has visions of the future informs the police that someone is about to plant a bomb. He then discovers that the police consider him the prime suspect.
A Police SWAT troop is entering an abandoned factory where a sadistic serial killer named 'The Spider' detained his victims. The entire squad is massacred and for Doctor Leemen, psychiatrist and profiler, is the last unbearable defeat. So, he decide to leave the case and return to his ancient work in a Psychiatric clinic for teenagers. Here he treats Matthew, a sensible and introvert boy that awakes from a coma, who begins to have visions about the crimes of 'The Spider'. Matt and his friend Nick contact Hope, a young journalist that investigate about Spider's murders. Matching Hope's knowledge and Matthew's visions, they have the elements to resolve the case. Studying Matthew's visions and nightmares, they follow the killer's death's spiral from the beginning to the unavoidable face to face that hides a terrible secret.
A horror anthology of shorts themed around the five senses.
In split screen we see both a utopian and a dystopian day in the life of a girl called Sam.
A man has troubling visions that lead him to suspect he may be a killer who is murdering hobos around town.
A group of long time friends and family take a break from everyday life and journey to a wooded getaway after one of them has an eye injury. They soon encounter a fierce gang who makes their short stay one they will never forget. Not only do they have to deal with the gang, but with demonic entities that are released after being dorment in the woods for hundreds of years as well
A woman (Nicolette Sheridan) who underwent an eye transplant is haunted by visions of her donor's last moments of life, and she is convinced that the woman was murdered.
The theme of death is heavily interwoven in Smolder’s surreal salute to Belgian painter Antoine Wiertz, a Hieronymus Bosch-type artist whose work centered on humans in various stages in torment, as depicted in expansive canvases with gore galore. Smolders has basically taken a standard documentary and chopped it up, using quotes from the long-dead artist, and periodic statements by a historian (Smolders) filling in a few bits of Wiertz’ life.
Horror anthology featuring nerve shattering short horror stories, that will make your bones freeze.
In 1928 Poirier completed Verdun: Visions of History, a dramatized documentary about the battle. The film was shot on site of the carnage. Poirier utilised, ten years after the conflict, the battlefield and the ruins of the forts of Vaux and Douaumont. The performers were French and German veterans and a few professional actors.
Stubborn detective Tom Mackey, assigned to a Los Angeles murder case involving a couple of serial killings, gets increasingly frustrated with the dead end leads he's following and the lack of appreciation he gets from his chief, police captain Keller. Enter Dr. Sally Powers, a fresh, clean cut psychology graduate who possesses supernatural powers. In a loose partnership the twosome gradually succeed in unraveling the killer's motive and working-pattern. This leaves only one person that would fit the profile...
Visions of the Future is a 2007 documentary television series aired on the BBC Four television channel. The series stars theoretical physicist and futurist Michio Kaku as he documents cutting edge science.
In this video, Pandora Peaks appears in various stages of undress on the beaches of Malibu, in the Joshua Tree National Forest, and on the streets of Los Angeles.
A series of snapshots from the life of a fictional actress named Shirley serves to weave together thirteen paintings by Edward Hopper (e.g. "Office at Night", "Western Motel", "Usherette", "A Woman in the Sun") into a fascinating synthesis of painting and film, personal and political history. Each station in Shirley’s professional and private life from the 1930s to 1960s is precisely dated: It is always August 28/29 of the year in question, as the locations vary from Paris to New York to Cape Cod.