Through several interlocking stories, including the story of maritime commerce and the ships that move cargo through the inland waterway, Mysteries of the Great Lakes will take you on a journey through the greatest lake system in the world, and showcase the amazing geography, ecology, science, and history of the region.
Documentary about Leigo music festivals
Shots of 13 great lakes in the USA, with each shot containing half water and half sky or land.
After the mysterious disappearance of her father, a traumatized Michelle ran away, vowing never to return to Crowing Lakes. Years later, news arrives that the estranged mother of her ex-boyfriend (Chad) has suffered a similar fate. Michelle's friends convince her to return home to support Chad, and finally face the fears that have been haunting her for years. The group heads to Crowing Lakes for the weekend, unaware that the unexplained disappearance is not an isolated incident. A local DNR officer befriends the group, while desperately trying to solve the odd occurrences to prevent more locals from moving away in a struggle to keep the resort town afloat. All seems to be going better than expected, until things take a deadly turn and their friends begin to disappear, one by one. Their frantic search for a reasonable explanation brings them face-to-face with the horrifying secret that Crowing Lakes has kept for more than half a century.
Tragic story of a wealthy woman whose sexual desires change her into a prostitute, working the streets of Paris during the 1880s.
North Americas Great Lakes are the largest system of free fresh water on earth, wielding huge influence on the continent. Over 34 million people live by their shores in some of greatest cities in the world. This groundbreaking television program pulls a virtual plug on the huge lakes, using computer-generated imagery to reveal hidden secrets of their human history and changing geological past.
A look at hauntings in the great lakes region
We begin at the train station near Montana's Glacier National Park, where Blackfeet Indians meet the arriving tourists. Glacier Park, an off-screen narrator tells us, has the remnants of 60 glaciers, from three ice ages. We visit the lodge, built in Swiss style, where college students dressed in Swiss garb do the serving at the restaurant. We watch Indian dancing and a ceremony. After views of lakes, mountains, and trails in the park, it's north to Canada's Waterton Lakes, a vacation spot for Canadian and U.S. families.
The film retraces the water's journey - from the glacier down into the valley, through the mountains to its source, illustrating the beauty of natural, smaller lakes in Austria with their fascinating world of flora and fauna and tells the story of enchanted cliffs, a spectacular underwater world, dragons, ancient species of fish, as well as of speleologists and modern science.
This Traveltalk look at the province of Ontario begins in Ottawa, Canada's capital, then proceeds to Algonquin Park, Toronto, and Niagara Falls.
The joyful life story of a depression era girl from Western New York. A unique part of Americana that reminds us all of the great bounty in this land of ours. A wonderful collection of photos and film that give us a good sense of what life on a Depression-era farm could be like - no electricity, no indoor plumbing, a wood stove for heating the house, and going off to a one-room schoolhouse every day - but it isn't a grim picture because the warmth and happiness of the family is very apparent
One part obsession, one part addiction, and an unending quest for adventure makes great lakes surfers a truly rare breed. Add 40 knot winds, 10 foot waves and frigid temperatures to a storm ravaged freshwater sea and they'll tell you it's a recipe for fun. Join filmmaker and surfer Vince Deur on a road trip around 5 great lakes to meet the surfers who have made surfing these stormy waters a way of life for over 40 years. Unsalted reflects an adventure of the spirit, it makes the case for unwavering optimism in the face of adversity, and it makes this landlocked group of surfers just a little better for it.
20 years of AMORPHIS – 20 years filled with innovation, darkness, beauty, heaviness and timeless classic tunes by these Finnish superstars! 20 years of AMORPHIS – time to celebrate! As a gift to all fans, the Finns have released the first ever DVD in the band`s history: enter "Forging the Land of Thousand Lakes"! This lush 2-disc set embraces all incarnations and sheddings of skin the band went through – from the Scandinavian death metal of the early days up to the latter day elegant dark rock. "Forging Land of Thousand Lakes" boasts two live sets filled to the brim with fan faves and rare material – the first one taped in Oulu, Finland and the second one at Summer Breeze Open Air, Germany 2009. An exhaustive documentary on the past 20 years of AMORPHIS feat. many former members completes an extraordinary release. Cheers to 20 more years with mighty AMORPHIS!
Both a documentary and a comedy. It features a man on a canoe tour of the Great Lakes while the geological time frame changes around him. He finds himself atop the great glacier, and then suddenly falling from the sky as it is removed. His canoe teeters from a cliff after the shoreline vanishes. He sips pure water from the lake as it suddenly changes to a modern polluted state. Written by Andrew Baird-Kerr
In LAKESHORE VILLAS, the past lurches into the present as colorful lives, hard lived, are stoically self-examined at life's last stop.
Three couples are staying at a lakeside cottage with their children. They want them to prepare intensely for a prestigious high school's entrance exam with the help of a private tutor. One night, one of the wives confesses to her husband that she has killed his mistress...
A story of Minako who struggles finding love and peace in life. When Minako’s hope for ultimate happiness, marriage to her beloved fiancé, comes to a sudden halt, Minako finds herself in search of new love which in turn leads her into a complicated love triangle.
The green Verdies are the tiny, but brave guardians of the lakeside. The young Verdies only become guardians when their hair turns brown. Until then, however, life is boring. The youngsters with green hair are not allowed to fly on warblers, not allowed to row alone, and they're not allowed to ride wild frogs at the rodeo. Willy Whistle's big dream is to become a guardian, but his curiosity always gets him into trouble. However, the whole lake becomes at risk when the enemies of the lakeside, the Grimps and the swans, enter into alliance. The guardians are helpless, but Willy comes up with a daring plan in order to save his home and his trapped friend, Jeremiah Jump. Luckily he is not alone, because Grandpa, the water snakes and the frogs also come to his aid.
An Anchorwoman from Iowa goes to Hollywood to search for the truth about the murder of her sister. Her is sister is the 11th victim of a Serial Killer.
Compelling BBC1 drama series embracing sex, death and Catholic guilt, set in a small community in the Lake District. The first four-part series centred on newcomer Danny Kavanagh; the second 10-part series featured other characters in the community.
A four-part series about the Lake District. Paul Rose explores some of England's highest mountains and meets some of the folk who live and work in the UK's most-visited National Park.
Our planet’s lakes make up a huge freshwater reserve delicately balanced between the water that feeds them and the rivers they feed.
Uncover the secrets of the vast Great Lakes region, which extends from the Canadian border to the American Midwest. It's a place of breathtaking natural beauty, with a unique set of challenges threatening its delicate environmental balance.