Scenes from the working life of a male director: Defa sophisticatedly lampoons masculinity in filmmaking with this sly, surprising meta-movie. (Courtesy of Film Society of Lincoln Center.)
A divorced single mother romances a young slaughterhouse worker, must to the chagrin of her ex-husband.
A handsome stranger offers a widow who is struggling to bring up her children by selling food on the roadside, a cleaning job. The job pays more but it is not without its own obstacles.
“Ambivalence means… nothing has happened, but you remember everything.” Another coming-of-age story about youngsters who are always desperate for but also afraid of falling in love, director Heiward Mak (High Noon, Ex, Diva) continues to examine the ambivalence of youthful love like an autopsy in this episodic adventure among a group of twenty-something. These characters might be a bunch of losers in love who are searching for self-esteem and recognition, but what make these intertwining tales relevant today are not just the pain and longing, but also the bittersweet memories and emotional growth of Hong Kong’s post-90s generation. - See more at: http://cinefan.com.hk/cms/film/uncertain-relationships-society/#sthash.8oTdpsA4.dpuf
David Lamelas' first film analyses the architectural, social, climatic, or sociological data that make up the exhibition's spatial environment, that of the institution and its geographical location. Beginning with the empty exhibition hall, the description is neutral and analytical. It progresses in ever larger circles, placing emphasis on all the important functional elements, from the electronic devices in the exhibition space, to the city's traffic regulation to the communication and information media and finally, to the climatic conditions of the London environment. The film concludes with six interviews regarding the big news item of the day: the future "landing" of the first men on the moon.
Join Dr. Hawkins and his wife Susan as they explore the topic of "Improving Your Relationships". All kinds of relationships are discussed: those with partners, children, animals and most importantly, our relationship with God.
Interviewing scholars, industry insiders and consumers, this probing documentary delves into the effects of pornography on one's sexual identity and relationships, as well as its influence on business and American popular culture overall.
Matthew (Morris) Is A 29 Year Old Guy Who Works In A Crumby Advertising Job And Is Afraid Of Commitment Until He And His Big Shot Psychiatrist Friend Tom (Findlay) Have A Bet Which Changes Their Minds About Women Altogether!
Always a soothing broth, the Chicken Soup video series offers hope through entertaining and touching vignettes about ordinary people. This series of joy-filled stories illustrates the many ways to express love -- through romantic intimacy, bonds of friendship or strengthening family connections. Celebrities Renee Olstead, William Atherton, Edward Asner and Andrew Dice Clay join Emmy Award-winning host Michael Tucker in this uplifting family series.
Social and developmental psychologist and author Lynn Phillips explores the line between consent and coercion in this thought-provoking look at popular culture and the ways real girls and women navigate their heterosexual relationships and hookups.
Brazilian comedian Edmilson Filho walks his audience through the stages of a modern relationship, playing up the differences between men and women.
This is the second film in the series, ‘Between Regularity and Irregularity’. This work continues to focus on the fluctuations and changes of sounds, tone qualities, movement of particles, and forms. With regard to movements of particles, it uses movements triggered by living organisms such as the structures and cells in the brains of mice, as well as particles and lines in non-living things.
The All-Star Orchestra gives you a front row seat to the world's greatest music, performed by top players chosen from over 30 great American orchestras, and conducted by Gerard Schwarz. The programs feature complete performances of popular masterpieces and world premieres of new works by leading American composers. Filmed in HIgh-Definition with 19 cameras during a one-a-year 'summit' in New York's historic Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center, the All-Star Orchestra celebrates the symphonic experience in the 21st century.
While staying at a picturesque village, a teen encounters the underground world of art forgery.