An hour before the five best Dutch dance crews fly to a contest in New York, the subsidized trip is cancelled. Five dancers from totally different crews don't want to give up their free plane ticket and go anyway. In New York they realize what they've done. They have no money, no plan and no crew. But... They came to dance so there is only one thing to do. Together they form a new crew and do everything they can to enter the contest they came for. In the mean time... they have to survive two weeks in New York without any cash. Written by Tijs van Marle
A modern advanced film about sexual education and behaviour based on the clinical research made by famous American and Swedish doctors. The film centres around a panel; Inge and Sten Hegeler, Maj-Brith Bergstroem-Walan and Sture Cullhed, all well known, reputable experts, who have devoted their scientific studies to the various fields of sexual life. The film deals with all kinds of problems connected with the sexual relationship of people. The panel also discusses the role of sex in society, the question of prejudices and taboos, sex in clothes, sex in art, etc. etc. Note that this is the film Travis Bickle takes Betsy to in Taxi Driver.
King Sejong risks everything to invent Korean script for his people.
The film follows Allison Forche-Marlow, a beautiful, bright, determined, and organized woman, who never gives up trying to heal her autistic son, whom she fiercely loves, no matter what it demands of everyone.
Scratch video piece by Richard Heslop for the band 23 Skidoo.
Onur, who has been deaf since birth, works as a librarian. His father had left him and his mother when he was seven, and Onur has always blamed himself for this. Although being able to speak, he has chosen to stay silent because of the pitying looks of the people around him. At his friend Vedat's engagement party, he meets Zeynep, who later finds out about Onur's hearing disability, but is not bothered by it. She is forced by her overbearing father to leave home and gets a job at a call-center. Having to speak on the phone all day to people she doesn't know, Zeynep finds peace with Onur, who she communicates with perfectly without speaking...
Orson Welles acted in Brazilian culture and music by deeply researching Brazil's historical geology, consciously completing a legendary cultural mission. Although being turned down by Hollywood producers, he developed a triumphantly accomplished mission in the language domain - three friends of Welles' testified his love for cinema, his passion for Brazilian music and people and his obstinate endurance against formidable pressures coming from inside and outside Hollywood regarding his unfinished "It's All True".
While a narrator tells the story of a night of terror that changes his life forever, 16 young people chat about their lives in London. With topics ranging from the drug "ecstasy," to AIDs and one-night stands, to the sound of BritPop, and to the urban issues of racism, punk, hooliganism, and the London Police, the film documents funny and revealing insights with an unforgettable and unexpected chain of events.
Kärlekens språk is a 2004 Swedish sex educational film directed by Anders Lennberg. “Language of Love” is a show for night owls, which gives details of sex, problems with impotence, venereal diseases, etc, with detailed demonstrations. The title is a reference to the 1969 sex educational film "Ur kärlekens språk".
George Veditz, one-time president of the National Association of the Deaf of the United States, outlines the right of deaf people to sign instead of speak. The film is presented in American Sign Language and has no sub- or intertitles.
A documentary on the English language and it's origins.
The ambitious Betsy is happy: she gets promoted to a leading management position. Her happiness is spoiled only a little by problems with a boyfriend who feels neglected and an harassing boss. She realizes much too late that her secretary Norma is after her job and step by step tries to ruin her career and private life.
Ray and Ramona is a young couple in their 30s. They hate the injustice of the social context they are part of. Each from their own niche Ramona as a musician, Ray as an activist tries to fight for a more just world. Devoted to self-sabotage, Ray fails in his rebellion and drags Ramona into a downward spiral that culminates in an act of poetic terrorism.
Alex is a huge Manchester United fan who's preparing for a Manchester versus Liverpool game. He has a satellite dish installed to be able to watch the game on TV. His young neighbour Kenny is a Liverpool fan who also hopes he'll be able to watch the game. Yet Alex rejects his request... Language: Creole The Mauritian Constitution makes no mention of an official language and its one million citizens speak English, French, Mauritian Creole, French-based Creole, and ethnic languages such as Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Marathi, Urdu, Tamil or Mandarin.
About a man who’s angry at his wife because she’s met another man on a park bench and they no longer even speak the same language.
A neurotic best-selling author on love, with the heightened emotional capacity of a woman, can write so eloquently about the subject, but can’t keep girls from leaving him. After he comes back to his apartment in New York City to find his fiancé with another man, he returns to his hometown and the only woman he ever left, his mother. There, he renews his relationships with the people that matter the most, his family and friends. By a simple twist of fate he meets a free-spirited bookseller who challenges him to let people appreciate him for who he is.
Bolivar De La Cruz (Kuno Becker) and Lola Sara (Danielle Camastra) share only ethnicity. He's just arrived from Mexico looking for work. Father´s Lola made the same journey twenty years ago. Now, Bolivar and Lola find themselves on a collision course with the events that will change their lives forever.
A newlywed discovers that she and her husband's snobby family speak different languages.
Pattern Language describes the aliveness of certain human ambitions through an index of structural patterns.
Meet Ben - he holds a sign for a living, and he loves his job more than almost anything. But today is his last day.
Mind Your Language is a British comedy television series which premiered on ITV in late-1977. Produced by London Weekend Television and directed by Stuart Allen, the show is set in an adult education college in London and focuses on the English as a Foreign Language class taught by Mr Jeremy Brown, portrayed by Barry Evans, who had to deal with a motley crew of foreign students. Three series were made by LWT between 1977–79, and the show was briefly revived in 1986 with six of the original cast.
Body Language is an erotic softcore television series which takes place inside a strip club. The series was created by Zalman King. It aired on Showtime from September 6, 2008 to August 28, 2010.
Body Language is an American game show produced by Mark Goodson Productions. The show aired on CBS from June 4, 1984 until January 3, 1986, and was hosted by Tom Kennedy. Johnny Olson announced until his death in October 1985; Gene Wood and Bob Hilton shared the announcing duties afterward, and had substituted on occasion before that. The show pitted two teams against each other, each consisting of a contestant and a celebrity guest. The gameplay centered around the party game charades, in the same vein as the earlier Goodson program Showoffs, but contestants also had to solve word puzzles to win money, making Body Language a cross between Showoffs and Password Plus.
Watch Your Language is a children's quiz show aired on RTÉ Two, the Irish national television channel. The show is a fast moving word play quiz show, with two teams competing against each other to win special prizes that include MP4 players. To win, players must use team work, and speed, however they must also have a good grasp of the English language, because games focus on spelling errors, word searches, and other grammar filled games. The show is hosted by Róisín Ní Thomáins.
Speaking our Language was a Scottish Gaelic learners television programme that ran from 1993 to 1996. Running for 72 episodes through four series, the series was produced by Scottish Television and presented by Rhoda MacDonald, STV's then-head of Gaelic output. It was frequently repeated on TeleG and is now repeated on BBC Alba, and all four series have been released on DVD. The series was based on Now You're Talking, a similar Welsh-language learners' series broadcast on S4C and developed by Acen, a resource service for Welsh learners, who acted as programme consultants for Speaking our Language.