Made as a tribute to the poet-painter Henri Michaux who died in 1985, this animated short film is inspired by one of his books, Mouvements (Gallimard, 1951), and offers an unusual rapprochement between an exceptional practice of writing and painting and the art of animation and cinema. Techniques: real shots and engraving on film.
A little manikin (made of a few twists of stubby wire) juggles balls around him, always preferring the biggest and brightest and overlooking a plain white one, the oddball. It is only when the other balls turn fickle and elude his grasp that he discovers the worth of the little white ball.
A “gentle rekindling of the human spirit” brought child survivors of the Buchenwald concentration camp out of despair and moved them to create remarkable lives for themselves. In The Boys of Buchenwald, they return to the homes in France which took them in after the war, and reconnect with fellow survivors whose friendships helped to heal their devastating losses.
This mini-series looks at the early years of America’s most dashing president from his early childhood through his nomination for Congress. Based on Nigel Hamilton’s New York Times best-selling biography, JFK: Reckless Youth follows a young Kennedy as he makes the decisions that will shape his future: 35th President of the United States. Mischievous college student, competitive younger brother of Joe Jr., overseas traveller, Dutch journalist Inga Arvad’s lover, and commander of PT 109, this critically-acclaimed miniseries is a vivid, rich portrait of a President in the making.
A brilliant ensemble cast tests the limits of love, malice and madness in this gripping psychological thriller about getting even with a vengeance! Emotionally scarred by years of her tyrannical father’s mental cruelty and her ineffectual mother’s weakness, Lily seems destined to relive old patterns of abuse when she falls passionately in love with Tim, a seductive schemer who misses no opportunity to humiliate her. Even her best friend Kilo is powerless to help Lily see Tim for the scumbag he is. But one night, when her boyfriend’s brutality goes too far, Lily’s brittle facade of “love” is shattered, and she vows to exact the ultimate revenge against the two men who have made her life a living hell.
Dennis Weaver stars in this TV movie as a blue-collar family man who has earned his own keep for 40 years. He holds down a well-paying job at a Massachusetts factory–until one day, when he is summarily dismissed. The reason? He has spent his adult life harboring a terrible secret: he has never learned to read or write.
It’s 1969, and 17-year-old David Milgaard’s car has stalled near an alley where a woman is stabbed and murdered. Now he’s the main suspect and soon faces a life sentence for a crime he didn’t commit. His mother, Joyce, crusades for his release, but every attempt for appeal or parole is denied because he won’t admit to the crime he didn’t do. As David’s will to survive erodes, his mother’s determination to maintain her son’s innocence and fight to win his freedom thrives. Based on a true story.
A view of man’s perpetual struggle for self-destruction, in which we glimpse a world where rockets are part of everyone’s lives. In the end the red button is accidentally pressed by a careless caretaker, expressing the fear in all our minds.