1991 Japanese TV horror film.
Two children get stranded in the desert in Australia's Top End.
After a flighty young woman accidentally witnesses a Mob hit in an Italian restaurant, New York Police Inspector Theo Kojak must both protect her from an unscrupulous Dutch hitman, and bring Mob kingpin Tony Salducci to justice.
Powerful Stuff is a 1988 Electrical safety film made by the Independent Business Television Limited for the Electricity Council. It was shown in schools and edited into stand-alone PIFs for television broadcast.
After discovering the connection between a corrupt city commissioner and Colombian killers, Kojak is framed for the murder of a call girl and is prosecuted by former police detective Crocker, now an assistant D.A.
Autumn 1990. A young Austrian goes to a party held by some of his friends and provokes a hideous bloodbath. As a reflection of daily reality and its crass representation in the horror of one extreme crime, Michael Haneke has mounted material taken from one whole day of ORF (Austrian TV) broadcasting, using it in proportion to the time allocated to it in the programme schedule.
Some teenagers are on collision course with society and older generations.
Hjalle and his colleague get over a large amount of money at a break. This changes their lives to a more luxurious existence, but one day, Hjalle meets a woman who has good contact with God, and this affects Hjalle's conscience ...
This was the pilot movie for the 70's TV series The Sweeney.
Artist John Smith tells stories about tower block life, editing in bold, unconventional fashion, cutting into the material and highlighting the components and conventions of the film form - yet an intimate portrait of the block's inhabitants still emerges.
An advertising artist with a large amount of cash finds herself the latest target of a vicious killer.
A young woman schemes to marry a wealthy businessman by becoming his secretary.
Rare 1977 documentary short hosted by Christopher Lee on the occult. Topics range from witch covens, Astrology, psychic powers, seances and astral projection, amongst others.
Chris Elliot plays FDR in his live "One Man Show" about the life and times of the president, however, he looks and sounds nothing like the man and he re-enacts events from Roosevelt's life that never happened.
On Christmas Eve, a poor old woman plays her accordion in the street. Apart from two children, the passers-by ignore her and by the end of the day she has to sell her accordion to buy some food. Worse is to come. (1976)