A silent, non-narrative documentary showing people in a small town in the early 1940s.
Helmet: Chapel Hill, NC, 1990
NCR: Not Criminally Responsible tells the story of a troubled young man who stabbed a complete stranger 6 times in a crowded shopping mall while gripped by psychosis. Twelve years later, his victim, who miraculously survived, is terrified to learn that he's out, living in the community under supervision. He's applying for an absolute discharge, and if he succeeds, he'll no longer be required to take the anti-psychotic drugs that control his mental illness. With unprecedented access to the patient, the victim, and the mental institution, the film looks at both sides of the debate and puts a human face on the complex ethical issues raised.
Relive the thrills of 2008 March Madness with these condensed versions of the two NCAA men's semifinal games and the championship match between the University of Kansas and the University of Memphis. Culminating in the Jayhawks' Mario Chalmers last-second three-pointer that drove the game into overtime, the climactic contest thrilled audiences nationwide. The other games are North Carolina vs. Kansas and Memphis vs. UCLA.
Sequel to the 2002 film Pika*nchi Life Is Hard Dakedo Happy, starring members of boy band Arashi.
The complete recording of high Vision Pro shot the stage of Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band was held in 2014 in Dallas, Texas from “March Madness Festival”! Opening the live debut of Van Halen to “jump” a whopping outdoor festival performances just before the US tour starts continued to tour Australia! The latest live video of attention, including new song from the new “High Hopes”. MARCH MADNESS FESTIVAL 2014 Live at Reunion Park, Dallas, Texas, USA on April 6, 2014 01. Intro 02. Jump 03. Badlands 04. Death to My Hometown 05. Cover Me 06. No Surrender 07. Hungry Heart 08. Hopes high 09. Spirit in the Night 10. Wrecking Ball 11. The River 12. Atlantic City 13. Johnny 99 14. Darlington County 15. Working on the Highway 16. Shackled and Drawn 17. Waitin ‘on a Sunny Day 18. The ghost of Tom Joad 19. The Rising 20. Land of Hope and Dreams 21. Born to Run 22. Glory Days 23. Dancing in the Dark 24. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 25. Shout 26. Thunder Road
Iowa edges Minnesota by two points to capture its fifth straight national title and 19th overall. Doug Schwab and T.J. Williams earn titles for the Hawkeyes, but the story of the tournament is freshman phenom Cael Sanderson who ends the season undefeated and earns Most Outstanding Wrestler honors. Cal State Bakersfield heavyweight Stephen Neal wins his second straight title while Eric Guererro of Oklahoma State wins his third.
The season may be over, but the legacy continues. Kansas State posted one of their most impressive seasons in 2009-2010. Hailed as one of the greatest NCAA Tournament games of all-time, this DVD features the commercial-free broadcast as the Kansas State Wildcats battled the Xavier Musketeers into double overtime on their way to the win and 2010 appearance in the Elite Eight.
A short documentary about the history of the National Coalition of Black Lesbians and Gays.
Capturing their first national championship in dominant fashion, the Florida Gators defeated the UCLA Bruins by jumping out to a big lead and never looking back. Led by the tournament's Most Outstanding Player, Joakim Noah, and standouts Al Horford and Corey Brewer, the Gators were never threatened by UCLA. A protégé of Rick Pitino, Gators coach Billy Donovan became the winningest coach in Florida history during the course of the 2006 season.
Pikanchi Half is a spin-off of the two previous movies in the Pikanchi series, showing the five friends, now in their 30s, having a reunion as they are running into problems with family and work
"Pika*nchi Life Is Hard Dakedo Happy" centers around five friends who are residents in a Tokyo apartment complex. Now senior high school students, the five friends live the wild life in Harajuku before encountering unforeseen surprises.
Living memories is a community documentary project: the result of a unique collaboration between a group of older women from Melbourne's Jewish community and twelve Media students from RMIT University. Over a six-month period in 2008 nine women told stories from their lives to the students, who in turn fashioned these tales into video documentary portraits. These are stories of survival of the Holocaust, of loss and strengh; of great love, marriages, friends and children, travels and adventures; memories fond, sad and funny. Living memories also bring to life the history of the National Council of Jewish Women in Australia (Victoria), in the video oral history'Something wrth doig'. Anecdotes weave together to paint a picture of a community.
Unable to entertain their princess Puruah, the kingdom of Yapaya requests professor Senbei to create a comedic robot capable of making her laugh for the first time in her life.
The Norimaki Family, the Soramame Family, Suppaman, and Dr. Mashirito end up coming to a summer resort which is really a haunted castle filled with monsters. While enjoying the many facilities, such as the arcades and hot spring baths, they all end up falling into the clutches of Vandora, a female vampire who intends to feed off them.
At the Penguin Village, the dinosaurs styled monster named Dodongadon appeared. But he was small as Arale and did not have strong power. Arale defeat him very easily, and Dodongadon called his mother Mamangadon. She was huge and had a big power. How Arale can defeat this big monster?
From murder and espionage to terrorism and stolen submarines, a team of special agents investigates any crime that has a shred of evidence connected to Navy and Marine Corps personnel, regardless of rank or position.
The exploits of the Los Angeles–based Office of Special Projects (OSP), an elite division of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service that specializes in undercover assignments.
A drama about the local field office that investigates criminal cases affecting military personnel in The Big Easy, a city known for its music, entertainment and decadence.
NCS: Manhunt is a British crime drama television series starring David Suchet, and based on the National Crime Squad. Created by Malcolm McKay, the first series premiered with two episodes on BBC One on 26—27 March 2001. The second series debuted on 4 March 2002, and concluded its six episode run on 19 March 2002.
The US Department of the Navy is home to one of the top investigative agencies in the world. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service or NCIS. Each episode of the 'Real NCIS' is told from the perspective of Special Agents on the mission of solving the toughest, most compelling cases from NCIS files around the globe.
Variety show featuring South Korean boy band NCT and their life in the city at various locations around the world.