A gruesome discovery is made outside a London cemetery one night. Meanwhile in Paris, Police Captain Adamsberg discovers a body chopped into pieces. Could there be a link?
A young woman named Noah lives alone in New York. She is a disturbed flower child, who retreats into her past, yearning for lost innocence. She recalls her childhood, searching for a "safe place." As a child she met a magician in Central Park who presented her with magical objects: a levitating silver ball, a star ring, and a Noah's ark. She is romantically involved with two totally different men. Fred is practical but dull. Mitch is dynamic and sexy, her ideal fantasy partner. Neither man is able to totally fulfill her needs.
Actors Heather Locklear (Ciara Hanna), Marcia Cross (Teagan Vincze), Daphne Zuniga (Ali Cobrin), and other young stars appear in the hit television show "Melrose Place."
Louis Malle presents his entertaining snapshot of the comings and goings on one street corner in Paris.
A former prostitute and her reformed convict boyfriend try to make a new start in life. They begin to refurbish a derelict building close to the sea, but people from their past come back to haunt them.
Every night the boy dreams he is someone else. Someone in danger. A crazy woman is after him. A woman who cannot have a son of her own. A story about a kidnapped boy, who finds out that the people he thought were his parents are his kidnappers. The film is about his escape and search for his home.
Four Inuit families build a qaggiq, a large communal igloo, to mark the approach of spring with singing and games. A young man woos a girl but her parents are in disagreement over whether he shall get to marry her.
This film tells the story of a ronin falsely accused of a crime and unable to convince others of his innocence.
At the famous Grand Hotel in Sopot, each worker - whether a porter, a maid, a cook or a stoker - feels an important part of their workplace. Perhaps even the most important.
Ivan, a Uruguayan political exile living in Mexico, returns to his country after his father's death. The reencounter with his empty home will push Ivan to look back in time in order to come to terms with the past.
An intimate 7-year journey of a family struggling to overcome past wounds of reverse migration (from Canada to Korea) begins when the director's little sister decides to be an un-wed single mom. The little sister decides to raise the child in Canada as she never felt welcome in her parent's homeland, South Korea. The lives of parents, intertwined with Korea's modern history is revealed, while family members try to come together to face the challenges of raising a new baby outside of the traditional family form. What starts out as the director's personal journey of re-discovering the lives of family members and self, evolves into broader themes of cultural differences, identity, and belonging.
What will happen to the two sisters during the track competition? Sometimes in life, it's not about winning, but the journey that matters.
Directed by Nurith Aviv.
When Henry is invited as a guest speaker at a luxury resort spa, he quickly finds himself at the center of another murder. With Maggie at his side, our favorite duo must not only find the killer but be careful they don't become his latest victim.
Antoine is a joyful but disenchanted photographer. His only true friend, Mateo, is 7 years old and the son of his neighbor, who is often absent. One day, he hears a piano sonata coming from the building across the courtyard. Mesmerized by the music, he becomes obsessed by Elena, the beautiful but mysterious pianist, and starts to photograph her at every opportunity. An intense relationship develops between fragile and idealistic Elena and Antoine, who is transformed by this encounter.
A Place Called Hollywood is directed and written by Gregori J. Martin. A drama filmed in Los Angeles, California
An elderly hairdresser is cleaning up her salon at the end of the day. As she chats away to herself and to imaginary clients, she drifts deeper and deeper into her fantasies, memories and regrets
A failed New York playwright stages a suicide in an attempt to win back her ex, only to wind up in the custody of her gambling-addict mother.
Baby Annie is HIV positive and has been left in the clinic by her drug addicted mother. To prevent that she's deported to a home where they'd just wait for her to die, nurse Susan takes charge of Annie at her home. Two years later she plans too adopt her -- but suddenly Annie's mother reappears and demands her back. And under the law, Susan, as foster-mother, has no claim to the child.
A story of high emotion, tragedy and romance set against the dramatic landscape of Northumberland in the 1830's.
Valerie Tyler is a 28-year-old organization freak who loves her 16-year-old sister Holly. Even if Holly is rambunctious. Spontaneous. Impulsive. Disconcerting. And definitely disorganized. Then Holly moves in with Val, and the sisters discover they may make better siblings than roomies.
Release in mid-2008, The Space Place is an animated children's television series created by Catalyst Video. It is made up of 12 five-minute-long programmes aimed at autistic children in the 2 - 8 year-old bracket, the core being children with an educational age of 4 – 7 years. The aim of the series is to convey the meaning of various facial expressions to the target audience, by using a number of space vehicles with faces. The educational merit of this method of educating autistic children was already proven to be highly successful the previous year with the release of The Transporters in 2007 - also produced and animated by Catalyst. The Transporters proved so successful that it was nominated for a BAFTA Award. The educational consultant on the series was Dr Janine Spencer, developmental psychologist, specialising in children with autism. The series was used in a research project by Mischa Hughes at Brunel University in 2012. The Space Place storylines centre around eight central characters, all space vehicles from a lunar display in a museum gallery. All have their own personalities, function and behaviours. Voiced by Rob Rackshaw, each episode contains linear storylines with clear and uncomplicated language and obvious visual and contextual clues for the motions being expressed. Each story highlights one specific emotion while allowing for secondary emotions to be seen.
Return to Peyton Place is an American daytime soap opera which aired on NBC from April 3, 1972 to January 4, 1974. The series was a spin-off of the primetime drama series Peyton Place rather than an adaptation of the 1959 novel of the same name by Grace Metalious. The storylines from the daytime show were a continuation of those from the primetime series. Both James Lipton and Gail Kobe worked as writers on the series during its run. Frank Ferguson, Evelyn Scott, and Patricia Morrow reprised their roles from the earlier series. Selena Cross, a major character in the original novel and the films both it and its sequel inspired, had not been included in the primetime TV series because her storyline was considered too risque at the time. She was a featured character in the daytime soap.
Dear Green Place is a Scottish comedy programme set in a park in central Glasgow. It first aired on 19 October 2007 on BBC One Scotland. The second series finished airing on 5 December 2008 on the same channel. Dear Green Place was created by comedy actor Paul Riley, and features Ford Kiernan, both of whom featured in the sketch show Chewin' the Fat, and its successful sitcom spin-off Still Game. It was announced in April 2009 that BBC Scotland would not be commissioning a third series due to poor viewing figures and also having commissioned a new series of Rab C. Nesbitt and Ford Kiernan's new sitcom Happy Hollidays.
Place the Face is an American game show that aired on CBS and NBC from 1953 to 1955. The series was hosted by Jack Smith, Jack Bailey, and then Bill Cullen. Jack Narz was the announcer.
All Over the Place is a children's television programme produced by the BBC. It is similar in ways to the discontinued programme Wonderful World of Weird, however All Over the Place is not principally a game show. It features the CBBC presenters Ed Petrie, Chris Johnson, Ceallach Spellman, Richard Wisker, Johny Pitts, Barney Harwood, Naomi Wilkinson and Iain Stirling.
A Place for Everything was a Canadian television nature series which aired on CBC Television from 1964 to 1966.
The Time, The Place was a British audience participation talk show that was produced by a number of different ITV compaines,and broadcast live on ITV from 1987-1998. TTTP was presented by Mike Scott from 1987–1993 and by John Stapleton from 1991-1998. Henry Kelly also presented the programme for a period before Stapleton took over full time.
Your Place or Mine? is an American television game show that ran for six weeks on TLC. It was hosted by Cameron Mathison. Each episode featured two families competing to win several completely furnished rooms for their respective homes. Designated locations in each house needing an overhaul are identified prior to the show and shots of both are shown as the "before" images. Although the furnishings were the same regardless of which family wins a room, the two physical rooms were unlikely to be similar, so a designer presumably came up with a layout which would work for each in advance.
The Puzzle Place is an American children's television series produced by KCET in Los Angeles, California and Lancit Media in New York City, New York. It premiered on the Public Broadcasting Service on January 16, 1995, and ran for about four years, airing its final episode on December 4, 1998. Reruns were continued until March 31, 2000. The show followed a multi-ethnic group of kids from different parts of the United States who hung out at "the Puzzle Place", which is a teen hangout themed around jigsaw puzzle pieces. In each episode the characters were confronted with an everyday conflict usually encountered in childhood and even early teenagerdom, such as making moral decisions, sharing, racism, sexism, etc.
33 Brompton Place is a five-part miniseries that was broadcast on Showtime Networks in the United States and Global Television in Canada. It was filmed in the region of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Egoli: Place of Gold is a long-running bilingual South African soap opera which first aired on M-Net on 6 April 1992. South African television's first daily soap opera, on 3 December 1999 Egoli became the first South African television program in any genre to reach 2,000 episodes. As of 3 August 2007, 4,000 episodes had aired. Egoli: Place of Gold aired its final episode on 31 March 2010, after 18 years of acting from South African and international actors. The series was set in Johannesburg, which is sometimes referred to as eGoli. Egoli was created by Franz Marx. The show is known in Afrikaans as Egoli: Plek van Goud. Egoli was "aimed at women of all nationalities between the ages of 25 and 45, with middle or upper incomes." The series aired Monday to Friday at 18:00. However on from April 2009, M-Net moved Egoli to the 18:30 timeslot. The series had a large following, and "Egoli Spectaculars" were held countrywide each year for fans of the series to meet the cast. These spectaculars offered publicity for the series but also raised money for charity.
In That Distant Place is a 2009 Chinese drama television series. The TV series is set in the 1970s during and just after the Cultural Revolution. It follows four childhood friends - three males and one female - as they joined the Kunlun Division of the People's Liberation Army and are posted to Ürümqi and the Kunlun Mountains. The series chronicles their army and love lives as the two of the males become border guards and the female a combat medic. The series debuted on CCTV-1 on 26 July 2009 and comprises 29 episodes.