Through seven bottles of magical wine, we follow the journey of Valentina, a beautiful artist living in Berlin. With a sordid history of sexual and physical abuse, and having been caught in the arms of her female lover by her wealthy, overbearing mother, Val is forced to make a choice: to live a 'normal' life, or be forever cut off - financially and emotionally. She concedes to her mother's ultimatum, and pursues a heterosexual relationship to appease her, only to catch her new boyfriend in bed with another man. Her inability to cope with her life triggers her repressed male alter-ego to emerge and take over.
Two teenagers meet one Saturday evening to hang out together. While they cross Paris, meetings and disappointments are linked and push them to ask themselves about the feelings they have.
What begins as an exciting parachute jumping adventure takes a nightmarish turn, when the instructor shows signs of suicidal behavior.
A family gets torn apart by a young woman.
Belgian WW1 documentary.
Martin Scorsese narrates this tribute to Val Lewton, the producer of a series of memorable low-budget horror films for RKO Studios. Raised by his mother and his aunt, his films often included strong female characters who find themselves in difficult situations and who have to grow up quickly. He is best remembered for the horror films he made at RKO starting in 1940. Starting with only a title - his first was The Cat People - he would meticulously oversee every aspect of the film's completion. Although categorized as horror films, his films never showed a monster, leaving it all to the viewers imagination, assisted by music, mood and lighting.
Following the thread of his own reflections on life and infused with his spirit Cristina Esteban tries - using Val del Omar's narration - to explain him, now that he is 'neither time nor space'.
Documentary about the life, concepts, philosophy, and filmic techniques of master experimentalist Jose Val Del Omar
Home movie from Man Ray with a view of his home/gallery
1974 super8 short documentary using footage of artist Jose Val del Omar, compiled by Mario Sáenz de Buruaga
From the hell of the city, we pass into another dimension: that of the silence of nature. Among caves, waterfalls and woods, the path rises higher and higher, towards the memory and the mountains. The sun sets and night looms. But the dawn of a new day appears on the horizon and the world before us lights up. In the distance, you can hear the echoes of the city, and a boy, at the top of the mountain, listens to the wind, losing himself in the infinite.
This is October 1955. The place is a village in Loire-Atlantique, La Chapelle-Basse-Mer, where an old clog-maker works and lives with his wife and their adopted son. The clog-maker's meticulous craft is described with love and close attention to detail. On the other hand, forthcoming death pervades the quiet everyday life of the elderly couple.
Val Falvey, TD is an Irish comedy television programme starring Ardal O'Hanlon and Owen Roe. The show began airing on RTÉ Two in November 2009. The show is about Val Falvey, a TD in the fictional town of Kilmehill.
Nebbia in Val Padana is an Italian television series.
Val Meets The VIPs is a UK TV series broadcast over three seasons from 1973-1974 on BBC1, hosted by Valerie Singleton. There were eighteen editions, broadcast in three series of six episodes. The format for the programme was that Singleton would interview one celebrity guest, who would also face questioning from the audience of children assembled in the studio. Guests came from different areas of public life, including politics, explorers, sports, pop music and entertainment. The best remembered edition of the show featured Margaret Thatcher, then Secretary of State for Education and Science in the British Government. When asked by a child in the audience if she wanted to be Prime Minister, Thatcher responded that she did not have enough experience and that there would not be "a woman Prime Minister in my lifetime". Two years later, she was elected leader of the British Conservative Party and became Prime Minister in May 1979. All three series were produced by Jill Roach. A later series, In The Limelight With Lesley, ran on BBC1 in 1980, and followed the same format, but Lesley Judd presented. This latter series was produced by Sarah Hellings, who has since directed many television series. Margaret Thatcher was also a guest on this series and was shown the clip from her appearance on Val Meets...Margaret Thatcher and asked to comment on her earlier remarks.
Junkin' with Val and Dave was a television show which aired on the Turner South cable network. The program was Turner South's highest rated original production. The show followed hosts Val Myers and Dave Bird as they traveled throughout the Southeast visiting flea markets and yard sales, each episode based in a different city. During a typical program, Val and Dave chatted with sellers and bought merchandise they found interesting, then sold the items on Ebay and donated the money to charity. Auction results were broadcast in subsequent episodes.
First Wave is a Canadian/American science fiction television series, filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, that aired from 1998 to 2001 on the Sci-Fi Channel. The show was created by Chris Brancato, who co-wrote an early version of the script for the seminal X-Files episode "Eve". Francis Ford Coppola was executive producer on the show. In an unusual move, the Sci-Fi Channel picked up the series on a 66-episode contract. The show was subsequently canceled once the contract expired at the end of the third season due to disappointing ratings.
The Big Valley is an American western television series which ran on ABC from September 15, 1965, to May 19, 1969. The show stars Barbara Stanwyck, as the widow of a wealthy nineteenth century California rancher. It was created by A.I. Bezzerides and Louis F. Edelman, and produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven for Four Star Television.
Comedy starring Dawn French and Alfred Molina following their lives as a middle-aged couple and their first half an hour back home
In the high-tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success. Partially inspired by Mike Judge’s own experiences as a Silicon Valley engineer in the late ‘80s, Silicon Valley is an American sitcom that centers around six programmers who are living together and trying to make it big in the Silicon Valley.
The boundaries between military discipline and human desire are tested on a U.S. Army base that houses an elite unit of helicopter pilots trained to perform clandestine international and domestic missions. The drama unfolds in the present as well as in flashbacks to a failed mission involving one of the first female pilots in the unit, ultimately uncovering layers of personal and government/military secrets and leading to a season-long plan to rescue a group of MIA soldiers.
Happy Valley is a dark, funny, multi-layered thriller revolving around the personal and professional life of Catherine, a dedicated, experienced, hard-working copper. She is also a bereaved mother who looks after her orphaned grandchild.
Single mother Jane Sadler's life is turned upside down when her young daughter goes missing in the middle of the night. And just like in the controversial police TV show she produces, everything is a mystery, everyone has a secret and no one can be trusted.
Tokonome Mamori is transferred to Mermaid - an artificial quarantine island for people with superpowers. When Mamori is attacked, a newly transferred girl named Mirei saves her. The enemy doesn't stop, however, and the two are soon cornered. Just when they think all hope is lost, Mirei kisses Mamori, and Mamori turns into a sword. Mirei then wields the sword and launches a counterattack against their enemies.
The Hogan Family is an American television situation comedy that aired on NBC from March 1, 1986 to May 7, 1990, and on CBS from September 15, 1990 until July 20, 1991. It was produced by Miller-Boyett Productions, along with Tal Productions, Inc., and in association with Lorimar Productions, Lorimar-Telepictures and Lorimar Television. The show was originally titled Valerie and starred Valerie Harper as a mother trying to juggle her career with raising her three sons by her often-absent airline-pilot husband. Harper was written out of the series after the second season because of a dispute with the show's producers. Sandy Duncan joined the cast as the boys' aunt, who moved in and became their surrogate mom. During the show's third season, the series was known as Valerie's Family: The Hogans, then simply as The Hogan Family.
Van der Valk is a British television series that was produced by Thames Television for the ITV network. It starred Barry Foster in the title role as Dutch detective Commissaris "Piet" van der Valk. Based on the characters and atmosphere of the novels of Nicolas Freeling, the first series was shown in 1972.
An adrenaline-fueled ride through the culture of speculation, innovation and disruption during Silicon Valley’s unprecedented tech boom and subsequent bust in the 1990s. This mostly scripted series weaves in select documentary elements that help tell the true inside story of the internet’s formative years.
Filip and Horia are two teenagers who seem like two usual friends, but after they spend the night in Horia's cabin, they discover their mutual attraction and they engage in an affair. After a car stops by the cabin, the two realize that they've become witnesses to a multiple homicide. Being afraid that by confessing, their relationshop will surface, the two choose to remain silent, but their secret will become harder and harder to keep and they'll find themselves in a frightening series of events.