A beautiful East German Olympic hopeful pole-vaults over the Berlin Wall to freedom.
A caring but apprehensive woman is transported into her crush's dreams. She feels she can finally express her love, but some dreams end in a rude awakening.
American Dreams is an American television drama program broadcast on the NBC television network, produced by Once A Frog and Dick Clark Productions in association with Universal Network Television and NBC Studios. The series was created by Jonathan Prince and developed by Josh Goldstein and Prince; the latter was also one of the executive producers with Dick Clark. It debuted on September 29, 2002. The show is set mostly in Philadelphia. It initially aired on Sundays at 8:00 pm Eastern time, but moved to the same time on Wednesdays from March 9, 2005, to the third season finale. The show tells the story of the Pryor family of Philadelphia during the mid-1960s. Season one takes place in 1963–64, season two in 1964–65, and season three in 1965–66. The show was known as Our Generation when it debuted in Australia, however it was changed back to American Dreams when it returned for the second season. The theme song "Generation" was written and performed by Emerson Hart, lead singer of the band Tonic. The song earned Hart an ASCAP award for Best Theme Song of Television in 2003. The show was the 2003 TV Land Awards "Future Classic" winner.
Six Dreams is an exclusive and unprecedented insight into the Spanish first division of football. Follow six people during league season 2017-18: Three players, one coach, one sports director and a club president. Their stories offer an inside look at the daily difficulties, victories and challenges of professional football at the highest level.
A diverse anthology of ambitious, moving tales inspired by Philip K Dick's short stories.
California Dreams is an American teen-oriented sitcom that aired from 1992 to 1996 on Saturday mornings during NBC's Teen NBC programming block. It was created by writers Brett Dewey and Ronald B. Solomon and executive produced by Peter Engel, all known for their work on Saved by the Bell.
Necker Island has white sands, turquoise sea and girls in bikinis serving drinks. We all know that. What we may not know is that Sir Richard Branson has a great talent for solving the problems of our most-loved and messed-up celebrities while they’re enjoying some well-deserved island luxury. But does Sir Richard have a more important masterplan - a dark secret involving interplanetary travel?
Dreams is an American television series that aired in 1984-1985 for one season on CBS. It follows the story of a fictional rock band that tries to get a recording contract.
Created and developed by PRODUCING PARTNERS, "Dançando Na Broadway" ("Broadway Dreams") is a new 14-episode competition series featuring a long list of Broadway Stars mentoring six aspiring music theater actors. Shot on location in New York City, the series is a showcase for current Broadway hits like "Wicked", "Chicago" and "Mamma Mia", as well as classic musicals like "Hair", "West Side Story" and "A Chorus Line". It's "Smash" meets "Project Runway" premise culminates with a live showcase recorded at a theater. The season's winner receives two scholarships, for Broadway Dance Center and New York Film Academy, a stipend and a TV special featuring duets with well-known Broadway stars.
Coastal Dreams is a 24-episode online soap opera produced by NBC in 2007. The series stars Danica Stewart, Tanee McCall, Elena Campbell-Martinez, Kam Heskin, Charlie Koznick, Ken Luckey, and Noah Schuffman. It features two beautiful women named Zoe and Stacey, whose plans for fun on the beach is interrupted by deadly danger. The series is executive produced, written and created by Rick Draughon and directed by Mark Cole. Zoe needs to escape her Texas hometown after her boyfriend goes more than a little psycho on her. She packs up her bathing suit, grabs her best friend and fellow college grad Stacey and heads to California to visit her wealthy cousin April. Staying in April's seaside mansion seems to like the dream vacation, especially after the girls meet April's hot boyfriend Christian and the dreamy local deputy, Will. the worse quickly though when Zoe starts receiving menacing text messages from her ex...and the locals reveal their ulterior motives. This show aired every Tuesday and Thursday at nbc.com.
What happens when you choose to realize your big dream of a house? How does that affect your lives and relationships? In eight programs we follow eight dreams of houses - villas, penthouses, new buildings and renovations.
Hikuma Koichi was a saxophone player, but he suffers from the after-effects of an accident. Due to that, he turned his back on music. Hikuma Koichi finds hope in the high school brass band. The band consists of problem students. Koichi struggles to instruct the brass band and to give them hope.
Boulevard of Broken Dreams is an American documentary series that aired the E! television network from January to March 2007. The series focuses on stories about celebrities who have struggled with fame, staged major comebacks after falling from grace, or who met untimely ends.
Road Dreams is a series of six television programmes, each of approximately 25 minutes duration, last shown on British terrestrial television in the early 1990s on Channel 4. A DVD with 13 short films using the Road Dreams footage is available from the producer's website - www.retroroadtrips.com - and all six original episodes can be viewed on YouTube. The programmes were created by Elliott Bristow, being a compilation of Super 8 mm film footage filmed by Bristow during an extended stay in the United States. Each programme opens with the following text: "In 1968 Elliott Bristow went to New York for a two week holiday. In 1980, after twelve years and 500,000 miles on the road in America he returned to England with three trunks containing 75 hours of silent Super 8 film - his diary of this 'holiday'!" The programmes depict Bristow's journeys across the USA. Many pieces were filmed whilst driving; others show Bristow's friends and locations he visited. Because of the source material, the technical quality of the programme suffers; some may consider this to be part of the charm of the work. The footage is accompanied by occasional explanatory comments from Bristow, readings by Mark Murphy and music tracks. The music is mainly but not exclusively instrumental classical and New Age music.
Soccer Dreams, a.k.a. Football Dreams, is a Canadian reality television programme that gives footballers ages 14-19 in North America the opportunity to win a contract with the Everton Football Club. Based on the UK show Football Icon, Soccer Dreams tryouts began on June 29th 2007 in Toronto. Tryouts were also held in Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Winnipeg. At each trial, a team of coaching staff, including Everton Football Club Academy Manager Ray Hall, whittled the trialists down to 36 competitors. On August 20th, the final 36 reported back to Ottawa, where they played for the contract at the Oz Dome. The show was produced by, amongst others, action film producer Jalal Merhi. Soccer Dreams debuted on June 7th, 2008, on Fox Soccer Channel.
Wildest Dreams is a British television programme presented by Nick Knowles and starring James Honeyborne. Seven episodes were first broadcast on BBC One in 2009.
Electric Dreams is a BBC television documentary series, co-produced with The Open University, that places a family of two parents and four children in their home with only the amenities available during each of the previous three decades, and recording their responses to the changing pace of technological change. The intent of the series was to be "much more than a technology show … it is contemporary social history and asks big moral questions about life in the modern world". Narrated by actor and comedian Robert Llewellyn, the series first aired on the UK digital terrestrial channel BBC Four in September and October 2009. It was later sold for international broadcast in 2010 and 2011.
Olympic Dreams is the title of a British television series, a co-production between the BBC and the Open University, with the intent of tracking a group of young British athletes bidding for Olympic success at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. The first series of programmes were broadcast at the end of 2007. The second series started in July 2008. The athletes being tracked are: ⁕Jessica Ennis - heptathlete ⁕Darius Knight, Paul Drinkhall - table tennis players ⁕Shanaze Reade - BMX cyclist ⁕Lee Pearson - paralympic dressage rider ⁕Andy Triggs-Hodge, Alex Partridge, Peter Reed, Steve Williams - Men's coxless four ⁕Tom Daley - diver ⁕Ben Swift - cyclist ⁕Jessica Hogg, Lizzie Beddoe, Venus Romaeo - gymnasts
Garage Dreams captures the mosaic of modern auto culture through an engaging series of human stories about passion, craft and culture. This global collection of stylised and considered documentary films celebrates the rebellion against mass production and planned obsolescence at a grass roots level. The films faithfully document the enduring human character and the ongoing quest for the mastery of an almost lost craft.