Documentary about jazz great Chet Baker that intercuts footage from the 1950s, when he was part of West Coast Cool, and from his last years. We see the young Baker, he of the beautiful face, in California and in Italy, where he appeared in at least one movie and at least one jail cell (for drug possession). And, we see the aged Baker, detached, indifferent, his face a ruin. Includes interviews with his children and ex-wife, women companions, and musicians.
Three friends, Steffen, Thomas and Mogens spend a lot of time together in Julies apartment while they talk about soccer and how to get enough money for tickets to the big game next week. At the same time Julie is trying to get in contact with her boyfriend René who she thinks is having an affair. They all talk a lot about whats on their mind during this week.
Instead of making the planned trip to India, the 27 year old Fem becomes a backpacker in her hometown; Amsterdam. Fem does not dare to tell her boyfriend the truth and she gets tangled up in a crazy lie.
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Red Tide Pictures’ latest Off-Road moto film shot entirely in 4K video documents the journey from civilization to wilderness and back home again. Starring Kevin Rookstool, Kyle Redmond, Rory Sullivan, Mikey Horban, and Cory Graffunder. Directed by Wiley Watson. Synopsis: When the elevation gains and the mountains reveal themselves, the two wheeled man changes; with an increased heartbeat the mind begins to spin off the empty canvas ahead. Where the common man turns around, the adventurist seeks the path of the unknown trail, the perfect lip, and the unfolding challenge of earth’s vast terrain. It’s a feeling we all relate to, but most have forgotten. Sometimes the only way to remember is to Get Lost! Supported by — Bolt Motorcycle Hardware, Kenda Tires, SRT, Seat Concepts, Dirtbike Magazine. Disclaimer: Shot on private land and legal off-road riding areas.
Woody Woodpecker is reading "Hansel and Gretel" to his two young cousins, Knothead, a boy, and Splinter,a girl. The children decide to get lost in a forest. A cat spots them and lures them to a gingerbread house. The cat tries to make woodpecker-pie out of the kids, but they outsmart him and escape.
Documents in depth, the process and theoretical practice of artist Peter-John de Villiers. His work is found in galleries world wide and used commercially for notable clients such as Carlos Santana, Coca-Cola, Volkswagen, Sony Records and Universal Records. Cinematographer Sindre Habberstad, and Sound Technition Christoffer Pedersen's intent was to capture in meticulous detail, the essence of the creative process through the documentation of sound and image. Accompanied by the soundtrack of composer Kai-Anders Ryan. The film brought together three critical elements to create a respective work of art.
Wow! Ten Years..Who'd a thought. Not us When we started filming each other back in 1999 with our crappy handycams, editing our little films. Ten years and 7 movies later we bring you a movie that is more IsenSeven than you can wave a stick at. We travelled the world and got lost, but experienced loads of fun stuff which we caught with our sexy HD cams. There's also some snowboarding in this box!
Get Lost in Korea tells a story of exploration, photography, blogging and friendship. You can expect a mix of humor, tradition, adventure and stunning imagery; as I team up with Jesse Day: a Canadian entertainer who lives in Seoul and raps in Korean. Highlights include me catching and eating a live octopus, attending an exorcism and learning zen martial arts from monks. Now, I invite you to sit back, click “full-screen” and enjoy the show. - See more at: http://www.adventuresofagoodman.com/watch-get-lost-in-korea-online/#sthash.rlvltmez.dpuf
While walking past a pet shop, a dog catches Woody's attention, Woody buys him, names him Duffy and takes him home., Woody lives at Mrs. Meany's Boarding House and no dog are allowed, so Woody goes through many attempts to sneak Duffy in under Mrs. Meany's nose.
GET LOST is a motorcycle adventure film chronicling my journey from a small town in Connecticut to the Darien Gap in Panama…and back again. Over the course of three months, I traveled 12,000 miles through nine countries and crossed fourteen international borders all by myself. It was an incredible journey and I'm excited to share it with you