"The filming of the entrance to the company dormitory in which the film-maker was living. Centering the film on one pillar, he warps the spaces to the left and right and creates an unstable space similar to painting that employs anamorphosis. Made as were SPACY and BOX with a large number of photographs, the film ends with a violent movement, but is poetic for this." - Takashi Nakajima
A scene from Charles Hoyt's 'A Milk White Flag': A brass band marches out, led by bandmaster Steele Ayers. When Ayers reaches his position, he turns around and directs the musicians as they take up their own positions.
Hito Steyerl reveals her most recent installation in the U.S. to date, commissioned by the Armory and curated by Park Avenue Armory’s visual arts curator Tom Eccles. Steyerl utilizes both the Wade Thompson Drill Hall and historic interiors of the building in mounting both pre-existing works as well as new projects commissioned by the Armory in her ongoing illumination of the world’s power structures, inequalities, obscurities, and delights. When viewed collectively, this material allows the viewer to zoom in on and out from some of the most complex and pressing issues of our time.
A husband sneezes inconsiderately all over the place, until his wife has had enough and leaves him.
The lives of 12 "professional dancers" (also known as strippers) are -- pardon the pun -- exposed in this probing documentary that follows the dancers everywhere through their daily routine and explores the pros and cons of their demanding profession. This film inspired the Nelly song "Tip Drill" and, as a result, has gained a measure of notoriety.
Experimental film by Richard Kerr.
Jerry Flannigan and Mr. Givney encounter some bellicose mosquitoes.
A group of policemen marching up and down in front of a static camera for a couple of minutes.
Larking about during Church Lads' Brigade drill and parade in Morecambe.
The film begins from a camera position over the heads of spectators standing on the sidewalk in union square, New York city, watching a fire drill. Three pieces of equipment can be seen from the first camera position. The next scene, from another camera position, shows the equipment at the station, and water can be seen coming out of the nozzles held by firemen. Beyond them, spectators can be seen on the other side of the square.
A very interesting and unusual view showing the progress of the deep excavation at 42nd St. and Broadway. The camera is tilted up and down instead of across the field as in most panoramas.
This picture shows the young cadets going through their daily exercises and drill, and is full of life, and photographically perfect.
This picture opens with the young cadets climbing the rigging and going through the sail drill on board the famous historic ship "Constellation." Loosing sail to buntline, making sail, shortening sail and furling; also loose sail to bowline. This picture is absolutely perfect photographically; also very thrilling, and makes a most interesting subject.
This picture shows the Cadets marching, countermarching and a great many interesting manoeuvres.
It shows General Baden-Powell, hero of the Anglo-Boer war, and his family visiting Accrington.
Three kids hire a low-budget bodyguard to protect them from the playground bully, not realising he is just a homeless beggar and petty thief looking for some easy cash.
An artist slowly goes insane while struggling to pay his bills, work on his paintings, and care for his two female roommates, which leads him taking to the streets of New York after dark and randomly killing derelicts with a power drill.
The film had a skirmish to Firefighters from Havana pulling guard barracks pump, reel and carriage for help, two staircases and fire rising up to the roof, carrying hoses.
The Reconnaissance Drill
2 Minute Drill is an ESPN game show based on the general knowledge UK game show Mastermind. The program aired from September 11, 2000 to December 28, 2001. ESPN Classic currently airs reruns of the series daily at 11:30 AM Eastern. Kenny Mayne hosted the show, and began each player's turn at the front game by telling them, "Your 2-Minute Drill Begins Now!".
Licence to Drill is a documentary television series produced by the Montreal based Pixcom for Discovery Channel Canada. The series documents the activities of two teams of Natural Gas drillers in the Canadian North in the Winter of 2008.