It all starts with a bang. The car breaks through the crash barrier and falls off the bridge. The lights go out. After that, he is not able to see anymore. His optic nerve is severed, from now on the young stage-director Jakob is blind. His life will change and nothing will ever be the same. Jakob cannot handle the idea of never being able to see again and screams at the only woman who is able and willing to help him, Lily. A rehabilitation teacher, she helps the blind deal with the darkness. Lily has been living with it since birth, she too is blind.
An early British Kinemacolor short, in which delicate tones and shades of color are beautifully reproduced in examples of highly cultivated sweet pea flowers.
A short film by Hollis Frampton.
A story about the fat king and his people who have plenty of food, while the animals are starving after the drought has set in. And about how the animals succeeded in making the fat men share.
Part of BFI collection "Secrets of Nature."
3 Peas In A Pod tells the story of three university friends from Taiwan, Korea and Singapore who go on a road trip that changes their lives forever.
Black eyed peas mini concert 3D.
Live Earth is an annual event developed to combat climate change. The first series of benefit concerts were held on July 7, 2007. The concerts brought together more than 150 musical acts in eleven locations around the world which were broadcast to a mass global audience through televisions, radio, and streamed via the Internet.
The E.N.D. World Tour (also known as The Energy Never Dies World Tour) is a concert tour by American hip hop group, the Black Eyed Peas. The tour supports the group's fifth studio album, The E.N.D., which was released in June 2009. The tour began in Japan on September 15, 2009, with shows also performed in Australia and New Zealand in 2009. The group will tour North America starting in February 2010, with dates also planned for Europe starting in Dublin, Ireland in May. The group performed 2 shows in Las Vegas at the end of 2009 as a warm up to their extensive North American tour. The tour is also expected to reach South America and more parts of Asia during 2010. It is the group's biggest tour production-wise to date, with the group's female vocalist Fergie stating that they are "trying to up [their] game" and the shows will "utilize a lot of the technology that's out there".
Black Eyed Peas at the concert at Parque Brasil 500, Paulínia, Brazil on November 12, 2011 from the The Beginning Tour ...The show took place on (November 12) in SWU Music & Arts Festival in Brazil was spectacular, the Peas were very animated on stage and performed a very special show for the Brazilian fans.
Live concert from the hip-hop group, Black Eyed Peas, filmed at Sydney's Superdome and Las Vegas' The Hard Rock.
A retro futuristic B-boy zombie thriller about a hip-hop group from East LA that must battle an ancient god who is turning black drug dealers and gangsters into zombies.
Former high school musical star, Marc Pease, finds himself still living in the past, eight years after graduating.
Pavel's mother hates his fiancee. When Pavel serves in the Army she writes him that Nastya is no longer faithful to him. Pavel decides not to return to his native town. But many years later he returns to his fathers funeral and finds out that Nastya died sometime ago. She left three kids orphans and her elder daughter is also a daughter of Pavel.
This film bears witness to both the Soviet production system and censorship. The view of life on a collective farm depicted here seemed too bleak for the officials involved, and the film was not screened for two decades. What we see is an honest observation of country life presented in a wonderful visual form.
Filmed by Stella Weiss and family, chance-assembled from uncut 100-foot film-rolls. Sound precedes and follows silent image (40 minutes of image plus 12 minutes of sound). My wife Flo's family as recorded by her Aunt Stella. The title is no intended put-down but a simple statement of fact, as I see it. Brooklyn was a place made up of many little villages; a near-shtetl is pictured in the space of a storefront. (Ken Jacobs)
Sicily. Granitola, 1955. At the first light of dawn, the fishermen set out in their boats for open water, timing the rhythm of their oars to murmured chants. They set their nets in the sea, regulate the cords, organize the boats in a square. The men’s work becomes increasingly harder as the tuna are hoisted onto the boats, wriggling, beating their tails until death arrives and the water is tinged with blood.
Andy Panda conducts the "Hollywood Washbowl Orchestra" (an ensemble of farm animals, on a farm) in the title tune. After Andy removes a frog from under his wig, he begins. All is well until his shirt gets stuck on a nail; while he's fighting it, the orchestra breaks into a swinging tune. Back under control, a talkative squirrel in the audience annoys the pig sitting next to him; the pig zips the squirrel's mouth shut. A bird lands on Andy's baton; he waves it, and 2, 3, 4, and 5 birds appear (apparently, his baton's become a magic wand). He waves some more, and the birds disappear one by one, finally replaced with a very happy cat. Two ducks dance as ballerinas; then one fox and one duck, but the second duck is not as easily captured.
A rendition of the Poet and Peasant Overture by the MGM Orchestra
Mash and Peas was a parodic sketch show written by and starring Matt Lucas & David Walliams. Their first television work together, it originally aired on Paramount Comedy 1 and Channel 4 between 1996 and 1997. The episodes were repeated before the channel's relaunch in 1999. The programme is made up of parodies of various television genres, introduced by the childish and incompetent Danny Mash and Gareth Peas. Edgar Wright directed and long-standing collaborator Paul Putner appeared throughout.
The Poddington Peas is an animated British children's television series made by Paul Needs and Colin Wyatt; the single series has 13 episodes and was first aired on the BBC in 1989. The theme song describes the peas as being "down at the bottom of the garden". Human size garden objects, giant in size to them, are seen such as up turned flower pots serving as most of their buildings. Humans themselves are never seen or mentioned. In 1992, writer Phil Gardner was employed by Poddington plc to help write some new episodes - including one intended to pilot the series in the USA, and featuring a new group of characters, the Bugz. however these were never published. There were also paper back books by Paul Needs, illustrated by Colin Wyatt and published by Box Tree / Award Publications. The paper back books including new titles will be released with a new AP and merchandise to complement these titles is being prepared for release in 2013.
A comedy show which follows a modern village family and many of their neighbors, dealing with Serbian mentality during the beginning of XXI century.
The Urban Peasant was a Canadian cooking show starring James Barber. The show was broadcast on CBC Television and was produced at the network's Vancouver outlet, CBUT. The show also aired in the United States on The Learning Channel.
The story of the peasant farmers' revolution against the Feudalists, lead by Tanios Shahin from 1858 to 1860.
Chłopi is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1973.