On a trip to reconnect with his estranged and recently engaged daughter, Phillip finds a sex tape of the little girl he used to know.
A negligent father makes an unwelcome appearance at his 9-year-old son's funeral and steals the coffin.
Short animatiion of The Thieving Magpie
A man recovering from pica relapses when his son checks himself out of sober living and goes temporarily missing. "Magpie" was written and directed by Joel Wayne, produced by Troy Custer, Brian Evancic, and Bumblebird Films, and features original music by T.W. Walsh.
A man lives in a forest, surviving through murder and deceit. When he finds himself drawn to two strangers, his strict code of self-preservation is put to the test
Feature documentary about Glasgow born model and artist Juano Diaz filmed over 2 days by his best friend from school, filmmaker Wilma Smith.
Heartfelt, funny and beautifully observed, Magpie is a story of hidden secrets, loss and the life affirming power of friendship.
A flock of magpies fly through an open window into a bedroom leaving a wake of destruction and mayhem.
Heckle and Jeckle, the always-talking Magpies, kick this one off by stealing a bowl of bones from Soupbone, an old hound dog. Soupbone raises some objections that leads to a fracas or two, with all hands ending up in a nervous place, and the two birds trying to rescue Soupbone from a padded cell.
Adventures of an idealistic old Communist whose treasured watch is stolen by a magpie but who overcomes all difficulties.
Fiddler tricks Magpie into swapping her stamp collection for a supposed penguin egg.
Based on the novel "The thieving magpie" by A.I. Gertsen. Two famous actors, Stepan and Ugrumov, decide to search for a better life in the provincial theater of Prince Skalińskiego. The prince welcomes them with open arms. Stepan soon develops an interest in actress Aneta, who is the mistress of the prince, with tragic consequences.
Part of BFI collection "Stop Look Listen!"
The magpies move into a nest in a tree right outside an old man's bedroom window. Chaos ensues as the magpies and the old man each try to best each other, the old man trying to get the magpies to be quiet, and the two of them being anything BUT quiet.
Magpie wins a duck which proves to be alive and no use for the Sunday dinner. The kids invent a device which makes the duck seem to talk.
Magpie was a British children's television programme shown on ITV from 30 July 1968 to 6 June 1980. It was a magazine format show intended to compete with the BBC's Blue Peter, but attempted to be more "hip", focusing more on popular culture. The show's creators Lewis Rudd and Sue Turner named the programme Magpie as a reference to the magpie's habit of collecting small items, and because of "mag" being evocative of "magazine", and "pie" being evocative of a collection of ingredients.