Somewhere hidden amongst thorny brambles is a little kingdom of elves and fairies. Everyone who lives here is very, very small. The Little Kingdom is home to Princess Holly and her best friend Ben Elf. Holly is a young fairy who is still learning how to do magic properly. Ben is an elf and elves don't do magic, but they are very good at making things. Along with their friends, Ben and Holly have lots of magical fun and exciting adventures playing together in the Little Kingdom. Episodes include: 1) Ben and Holly's Christmas (1); 2) Ben and Holly's Christmas (2); 3) The Lost City; 4) Daisy and Poppy Go Bananas; 5) Hard Times; 6) Gaston To The Rescue; 7) The New Wand; 8) Honey Bees; 9) Miss Cookie's Nature Trail; and 10) Superheroes
A short film made from photos of Boca do Lixo, a bohemian and marginal neighborhood, and its people.
Short part of BFI collection "This Working Life: Steel".
Excavation of the Broch at Bu of Cairston by John Hedges in 1978. The broch is located in Stromness, Orkney.
A union of interns and residents at Chicago's only public hospital are forced to strike for better patient care. This film documents their eighteen-day strike.
Between frequent bouts with drugs, prison time and spousal abuse, Robert Carrillo had alienated just about everyone in his life -- and most people had given up on him. But a chance meeting with a spiritually connected police officer changed everything. This touching true-life tale illustrates how the power of love and forgiveness, inspired by a relationship with God, can change even the most desperate of lives.
A 72 minute teaser trailer for Ambiancé, Anders Weberg's upcoming 720 hour long film.
Stick with Me (S01E36), If You Can't Stand the Heat (S01E29), Tidy Up (S01E31), The Visitor (S01E24), Helping Hound (S01E34), Snore-Worn Shaun (S01E38), Shaun Encounters (S01E40), Abracadabra (S01E21)
Experimental short about architectural structures in Berlin.
In the beginning, there was Gabriel. Music critics and musicians review the works of groundbreaking British band Genesis from 1970-75, when Peter Gabriel was front man. This comprehensive look at the band's work during the Gabriel Era features footage from a number of European television companies and rare performances of "The Knife," "Stagnation," "The Musical Box," "The Fountain of Salmacis" and many other songs.
One of the unheralded highlights of Glastonbury 2004, Zero 7 brought their chilled out sound to the New Stage and put on a memorable and mesmerising performance.
This documentary examines the media's coverage of the Canadian federal election of May 1979. Filmed over a 3-week period, it takes a fascinating look at journalists in action and the politicians who attempt to manipulate the media.
A man's head is seen in silent close-up using single-frame shooting and time exposure.
Ride the range with America's favorite cowpoke in four episodes of the "The Roy Rogers Show," including "Death Medicine," in which Roy and Dale must free a kidnapped diabetic man before he perishes for lack of an insulin injection. In "Ghost Town Gold," the bullets fly over a stash of coins; in "The Lady Killer," Roy must stop a ruthless banker who's killing ranchers to get their land; and in "The Big Chance," a crook inherits a large fortune.
This superb performance of three of Beethoven's compositions features renowned pianist Murray Perahia and the London Symphony Orchestra, led by legendary guest conductor Sir Georg Solti. The concert, which was held as part of the fifth anniversary celebration of London's Barbican Centre, includes the Overture to "Coriolan," op. 62; Piano Concerto no. 1 in C Major, op. 15; and Symphony no. 7 in A Major, op. 92.