Present day. Chile. Legendary bank robber Vergara Grey is getting out of prison after 5 long years and is looking forward to a quiet, uneventful life together with his wife and son whom oddly he hasn't heard from in years. But soon his resolve is tested when he meets 19 year old Angel a young thief who insists the two join up to score the biggest heist of all time. Though tempted, he resists until he finds out that his beloved wife has gone off with a millionaire and his son wants to change his last name. Then Victoria, a graceful and mysteriously mute dancer living in a conservatory, steps into the picture. She captivates Vergara and Angel, as well as all others that cross her path, drastically changing their lives.
Bill Bailey's Part Troll tour has been a huge success playing over 60 dates throughout the country. This DVD, filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo, captures one of the country's best and most original stand-ups at the top of his game.
A visually stunning comedy and music extravaganza. Filmed at Wembley Arena at the end of a sell-out tour of the UK, it’s everything you expect from Bill, and more. Using huge screens, films and animation by award-winning film-maker Joe Magee, plus Bill’s trademark musical inventiveness and verbal brilliance, this is quite simply the most
One night from his 1996 Cosmic Jam tour at the Bloomsbury in London in which Bill explains the seminal influence of cockney knees-up music upon classical composers through the ages and takes a shot at Bryan Adams.
Nothing in her background destined Loïe Fuller from the American Midwest to become a Belle Epoque icon, even less a dancer at the Paris Opera. Even at the risk of destroying her back and burning her eyes with the stage lights, she will never falter in the quest to perfect her dance. But her encounter with Isadora Duncan, a prodigious young dancer hungry for fame and glory, will precipitate the fall of this icon at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Set in 1879 Paris. An orphan girl dreams of becoming a ballerina and flees her rural Brittany for Paris, where she passes for someone else and accedes to the position of pupil at the Grand Opera house.
Ren MacCormack is transplanted from Boston to the small southern town of Bomont where loud music and dancing are prohibited. Not one to bow to the status quo, Ren challenges the ban, revitalizing the town and falling in love with the minister’s troubled daughter Ariel in the process.
Upon first sight of a beautiful instructor, a bored and overworked estate lawyer signs up for ballroom dancing lessons.
The film is about a high school tech whiz (Laura Marano), who is determined to become prom queen. But on the big day, she suddenly wakes up having a bad hair day, and her destroyed prom dress, and everything that can go wrong, does go badly wrong. A police officer (Leigh-Allyn Baker) seeks the necklace that the teen somehow ends up possessing. Prom day goes really bad as the pair is pursued by a dogged jewel thief (Christian Campbell) on a wild ride cross around the city.
After receiving rave reviews in Australia, New Zealand and the UK, Bill Bailey brings ‘Qualmpeddler’ to the Hammersmith Apollo London. A brilliant mix of stand-up, stories, music and old-fashioned wit distilled from his own extraordinary experiences and reactions to the modern world, he looks at Cut-Price Shark Diving, The Hiding Skills of Dentists, A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance & Internet Shopping, Mandarin Ambiguity, Religious Dubstep, and Fashioning Replacement Hamsters. All in all, vintage Bill Bailey with trademark musical mash-ups, multi-lingual riffs, films, songs, philosophizing and silliness on a grand scale…plus one amazing owl. “Qualmpeddler is... part rock-concert, part political discourse, part philosophical enquiry... masterfully constructed... the thinking person’s comedian...” - Herald Sun, Melbourne.
Featuring Bill’s trademark musical interludes, observations and stories of the road, Dandelion Mind will be based loosely on the theme of doubt (or will it?), as we follow Bill from his real-life saga of being trapped by the ash cloud, to his barely contained rants about celebrity, TV, creationism and Michael Winner. He demonstrates new instruments, both ancient and modern, he sings an internet love song, a lament about punk heroes, Iranian hip-hop, and plays a mean folk-bouzouki. Thomas the Doubter gets a new look, and Darwin’s curious obsessions and the myth of intelligent design are all worked over in Bailey’s own surreal style. He revisits the music of his youth, with a brand-new French Disco re-working of Gary Numan’s hit, Cars, played in his own inimitable way, and maybe some Wurzels-based remixes of classic German techno. Just your normal Bill Bailey gig, then. Filmed at The O2 in Dublin in October 2010
The clock strikes midnight, the bats fly from the belfry, a dog howls at the full moon, and two black cats fight in the cemetery: a perfect time for four skeletons to come out and dance a bit.
Honey Daniels (Jessica Alba) dreams of making a name for herself as a hip-hop choreographer. When she's not busy hitting downtown clubs with her friends, she teaches dance classes at a nearby community center in Harlem, N.Y., as a way to keep kids off the streets. Honey thinks she's hit the jackpot when she meets a hotshot director (David Moscow) who casts her in one of his music videos. But, when he starts demanding sexual favors from her, Honey makes a decision that will change her life.
Judy O'Brien is an aspiring ballerina in a dance troupe. Also in the company is Bubbles, a brash mantrap who leaves the struggling troupe for a career in burlesque. When the company disbands, Bubbles gives Judy a thankless job as her stooge. The two eventually clash when both fall for the same man.
Peter brings his new girlfriend Anja up to C. von Ficker's (i.e. Fucker's) flat, but their tryst is repeatedly disturbed by various events in the building. To calm the jittery Anja, Peter relates a series of erotic stories to put her back in the mood.
Street dancer Skyler comes out of the shadow of her trained dancer sister, Tosha, & joins a dance competition with the Honey dance studio; the prize is a college scholarship.
Isabelle is an inspired dancer, but when her sister and a classmate make her doubt herself, she's motivated by a ballerina to find her own way to shine. Stars Erin Pitt & Grace Davidson.
In order to win the Street Dance Championships, a dance crew is forced to work with ballet dancers from the Royal Dance School in exchange for rehearsal space.
Emmy winning comedian Ben Bailey shines in his latest one hour stand-up comedy special Ben Bailey Live and Uncensored. He really let’s loose in this landmark performance that truly lives up to it’s name. Bailey can make anything funny, from a simple “Thanks for Coming out” to a brilliant improvised encore. His clever writing, quick wit, unique delivery and contagious energy will keep you laughing from start to finish and for a long time to come. WARNING: This is not Cash Cab. Ben uses bad words. Ben asks no Trivia questions. Ben gives away no money.
Soñando por Bailar 2012 was the second season of Soñando por Bailar, an Argentinian reality show broadcast by El Trece. Unlike the first season, this time the contestants were professional dancers and every week they received a score from 1 to 10. The winner of the show got the chance to dance in Bailando 2012. The academy this season is placed in a castle in General Rodríguez. The show was hosted by Santiago del Moro and the jury are Marcelo Polino, Amalia Granata, Silvina Escudero, Reina Reech and Ángel de Brito. The season premiered was on December 3, 2011 and the finale was on May 6, 2012. Magdalena Bravi was the big winner.
Soñando por Bailar 2011 is an Argentinian reality show hosted by Santiago del Moro and broadcast by El Trece. Unlike Bailando por un Sueño every week the contestants danced along with a profesional dancer but the jury scored the couples with a positive vote and the remaining contestants give a negative vote to another contestant. A group of young contestants compete for the chance to be competing in Bailando por un Sueño, the show hosted by Marcelo Tinelli.
The Peruvian version of Bailando por un Sueño premiered its first season on June 7, 2008, hosted by Gisela Valcárcel, who returned to Peruvian television after spending three years away. The programs, in a format called "galas", transmitted on Saturdays at 10 pm for Panamericana Television live from the Monitor Studios, located in the Lima district of San Borja.
Bailando por un Sueño 3 was the third argentinian season of Bailando por un Sueño. The season, first aired on October 2, 2006, and was part of the original show, Showmtach broadcast on Canal 13, and hosted by Marcelo Tinelli, as well as the previous season, that finished a month before. This time, there were 15 couples competing, and the competition duration was of 12 weeks. The winner was revealed on the season finale, on December 21, 2006 and it was the model, TV host and actress Carla Conte, who was paired with the professional dancer, Guillermo Conforte. In this third season, the panel of judges was presided until November 23, 2006 by entrepreneur and TV producer/host Gerardo Sofovich, alongside journalist Jorge Lafauci, actress and dancer Moria Casán, and actress and dancer Reina Reech. On Tuesday, November 21, Mr. Sofovich announced that he would be resigning his post as the panel of judges’ president on account of what he felt were “some participants’ insolence and lack of respect for the judges”, and his vexation at the quarrels that had involved him. Although the show's host and producer Marcelo Tinelli entreated with him to stay, his production stated that his replacements will rotate weekly for the remainder of the show. For the week of November 27, former football star Diego Maradona took over Gerardo Sofovich's seat in the panel of judges. However, Maradona's appearance lasted only one week. He was replaced with Florencia de la V for the rest of the show's run, but Moria Casán took over the juror's presidency. In the semifinals, Samuel Gelblung was Sofovich's replacement, but in the season finale, Gerardo came back to crown the winner.
Bailando Kids was dance contest based on the show Bailando por un Sueño involving Argentine couples composed of children, who are judged by a jury. The host was Marcelo Tinelli and then José María Listorti. It premiered on May 7, 2009 and the season finale was on June 19, 2009. The show was strongly criticized by various sectors due to the manipulation of the children who compete. The Jury was composed by the dancer Laura Fidalgo, actresses Reina Reech and Carmen Barbieri, and comedian Miguel Angel Cherutti.
Bailando por un Sueño is a reality series on the Mexican television network Canal de las Estrellas, in which celebrities are partnered with common, everyday people with dreams they want to fulfil, who each week compete against each other in a competition to impress a panel of judges. In each show, the two couples who receive the lowest score go head to head against each other to survive potential elimination. Through a telephone poll, viewers vote who should stay and who should go, the results of the poll being combined with the ranking of the panel of judges. The process continues until there are only two couples standing. Rather than the promise of a large cash prize, the winner gets a previously stated wish granted. The show is also broadcast in the United States on Univision. This Includes a lot of famous actors and actresses from Latin America
Bailando por un Sueño 1 was the first argentinian season of Bailando por un Sueño. The season, first aired on April 17, 2006, and was part of the original show, Showmtach broadcast on Canal 13, and hosted by Marcelo Tinelli. 8 couples competed during 7 weeks, and the winner was revealed on the season finale, on June 1, 2006. The winner of this first season was the actress, producer and comedian Carmen Barbieri, who was paired with the professional dancer, Christian Ponce. The judges, were the famous journalist Jorge Lafauci, professional dancer Laura Fidalgo, vedette Zulma Faiad, and producer, actress and singer Reina Reech
Soñando por Bailar 2011 was the first season of Soñando por Bailar, an Argentinian reality show hosted by Viviana Canosa and broadcast by El Trece. Unlike Bailando por un Sueño every week the contestants danced along with a profesional dancer but the jury scored the couples with a positive vote and the remaining contestants give a negative vote to another contestant. The winner of the show danced in Bailando 2011. The jury was composed by Marcelo Polino, Celina Rucci, Laura Fidalgo, Ángel de Brito and Jorge Lafauci, and during the first five weeks, was also part of this jury a coach. The season premiered was on January 4, 2011 and the finale was on May 7, 2011. Eugenia Lemos was the big winner.
Bailey Kipper's P.O.V. is a US children's television series that aired in 1996 on CBS Saturday Mornings, starring Michael Galeota, John Achorn and Meg Wittner. It lasted for only 13 episodes of 30 mins length each and received airings on the BBC's CBBC programming strand as well as on Nickelodeon in the UK. The show has not yet been released on VHS or DVD. The series was one of the first efforts by CBS to comply with the then-new E/I ratings.
Bailando por un Sueño 2 was the second argentinian season of Bailando por un Sueño. The season, first aired on July 3, 2006, and was part of the original show, Showmatch broadcast on Canal 13, and hosted by Marcelo Tinelli, as well as the previous season, that finished a month before. This time, there were 12 couples competing, and the competition duration was of 13 weeks. The winner was revealed on the season finale, on September 25, 2006 and it was the actress, and comedian Florencia de la V, who was paired with the professional dancer, Manuel Rodríguez. The judges, were the same as in season one: famous journalist Jorge Lafauci, professional dancer Laura Fidalgo, vedette Zulma Faiad, and producer, actress and singer Reina Reech