The music chosen for this tour of Sicily is largely Italian; ranging from the Vienna Court Composer Salieri to Verdi and Leoncavallo.
Warrant - Live 1990
Exposé of the ill-treatment of Aboriginal workers by white men. A dramatised documentary about the June 1957 Aboriginal strike on Palm Island reserve, off the north Queensland coast.
A haunting, deeply moving documentary set among terminally ill cancer patients.
In 2012, a small film crew and a paranormal team traveled to a remote american indian burial ground located on an isolated island in northern Lake Michigan. Their mission was to unearth the truth behind a series of tragic paranormal related incidents that occurred on the island in 1989. What they encountered was a horror no one was prepared for. The film crew captured footage of the terrifying events as they first set foot on the shore of garden island and the horror that unraveled including the remaining moments in their own demise.
A team of scientists and volunteers test a theory on how the ancient stone statues were moved, using a 15-ton replica.
A haunting, deeply moving documentary set among terminally ill cancer patients. The titular island of Steven Eastwood’s feature documentary is the Isle of Wight, where the filmmaker befriended a handful of individuals facing a terminal cancer diagnosis. Following them as they approach the end – through hospital appointments, time with family – this is a stark portrait, acutely attuned to the consoling rituals and stark realities of the dying process. Combining observational footage of his subjects with contemplative shots of the surrounding coastal landscapes through the changing seasons, this deeply felt meditation on the passage from life to death is imbued with an unsensational matter-of-factness and resonant lyricism. A necessarily harrowing film, revealing through scenes of unblinking duration the final stages of the disease’s progress on its sufferers, The Island is also a film of enormous delicacy, made in a spirit of tender respect for every one of the people involved.
Joshua T Fonokalafi is a Utah based comedian from the mean streets of Ogden, Utahs own Compton. Raised in the Northwest and the son of an Islander immigrant, Joshua tells of his hardships growing up as one of the biggest minorities in the country.
Short film by Stom Sogo dealing with ambient topologies and malleable forms.
Pebble Island, a breeding ground for seals is to be sold to a Conservation Group. Mike, Kate and Ben are horrified to find that until the sale is completed, permits have been granted for two professional killers to shoot seals for their skins.
Dark Lies the Island is a dark drama, with comedic undertones, based on the stories of Kevin Barry.
After he dies in a car accident, a man receives three more days on Earth to find his soul mate.
Bring your umbrella drink and lots of buddies when watching this excellent effort by strong local talent. Inspired by the stage play "Cannibal", this is an improbable piece of fluff from the zany brains at Hanpost Productions.
An immigrant in Italy, away from his family who struggles to reach them and survive in unknown. From the streets of Sicily.
A violent upstart forms an alliance with the powerful Tensei-kai syndicate to fight on the front lines of an underworld war and take over all of Japan.
Scotland’s Hebrides are Europe’s final frontier against the wild and unpredictable Atlantic Ocean. This landmark wildlife series, is narrated by Ewan McGregor and shot in breathtaking HD. The series introduces an unforgettable wild animal cast struggling to survive, on these magical islands. In the course of a wild year, we meet otters, dolphins, eagles, seals and many other charismatic creatures filmed by some of the greatest wildlife camera talent in the world. Compelling story-telling combined with stunning wildlife footage makes this a series to enjoy time and time again.