Young spy Harriet Welsch crosses paths with popular student Marion Hawthorne as the two girls vie to become the official blogger of their high school class.
Blog is the surprising tale of a group of teenagers, 15 year-old middle-upper class girls who are well educated, smart, sensitive and savvy. A group of youngsters with a secret plan and a shared purpose, something they believe to be an absolute goal and a universal truth: the need to experience strong emotions to set them apart from the rest.
One mother's fight against the global sugar mafia.
Sudhi is writing a blog titled Oru Kuttanadan Blog, based on the serene beauty of a village Kuttanad. The blog largely revolves around Hari, who is an idol to the youth.
Sex or love, which is more important? There are three female flat mates: Vivian is frivolous, Kitty is prim and proper, and Mei Wah is ditsy. Through new experiences of love and sex, they find themselves. Three women, with three different love and sex experiences, tell us that sex and love cannot be separated. Women talk always makes you lose in thought.
The urban legend about the blog which brings tragedy and fear. Shy and inner minded high schoolgirl Hitomi starts her blog with fake name. She writes and jokes about her school and friends, but whoever name is written on the blog encounters terrifying tragedy, even death.
In 2004, political bloggers came of age. They propelled Howard Dean from fringe candidate to front-runner. They took on CBS anchor Dan Rather and won. As the 2006 mid-term elections approached, bloggers were preparing for battle again. This documentary examines how online democratic activism is shaping important elections by focusing on the decisive Connecticut senate race and Ned Lamont's challenge to incumbent Joe Lieberman.
A stalker with a video camera keeps a twisted account of his heinous crimes while maintaining a how-to blog for amateur voyeurs. The Peeper has found the perfect victim. As he stalks her around the city, his obsession grows too powerful to contain. But his perfect plan goes awry when his target receives an unexpected houseguest. Now, with the object of his obsession and her sister in the same house together, The Peeper realizes that watching is no longer enough to satisfy his prurient impulses.
Mohammed Rafi Fan Blog is a film that examines two events in my paternal family’s history related to the legendary Bollywood playback singer Mohammed Rafi. The first of these moments takes place in 1958 when Mohammed Rafi was invited to Cochin to sing at my grandparents wedding. Along with a performance of his hit songs from the period, Rafi sang a song specially composed for the occasion. Recordings of this were made and eventually lost. The other event began in 2008 when my uncle Parvez founded a blog dedicated to the singer. After collecting and sharing information related to the singer and being active on various online forums around him, my uncle eventually deleted the blog in 2014. In the absence of the records and the blog, the film sets out to trace the story around these two objects all the while reflecting on my family’s relationship to the various technological documents encountered in their homes.
The making of 'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog'.
Aspiring super-villain Dr. Horrible wants to join the Evil League of Evil and win the girl of his dreams, but his nemesis, Captain Hammer, stops him at every turn.
Documentary about bloggers and their blogs.
A deep-space crew face madness and their own mortality when faced with the terrifying reality of the cargo they are carrying back to Earth.
From besieged Baghdad, Salam Pax wrote the most beautiful, funny, moving and exciting weblog on the Internet. After the invasion, he continued his columns on video.
Popular teen video-bloggers became digital persons after being «hacked» by evil computer virus. They need to find their way back home from this «digital trap».
Christopher Wiegand traveled across the United States in an Airstream travel trailer interviewing Bloggers about a range of topics in this unique and heartfelt Documentary. Motivated by his blogger wife Casey Wiegand, who started a blog after health issues arose with their first child, Christopher had the idea to travel the country and interview other Bloggers as he attempted to discover more about this industry that has become a huge part of his life. This film is just a microscopic look into the very broad and diverse world of Blogging. The story is told through the eyes and perspective of Christopher Wiegand, with the backdrop of America’s landscape playing a supportive role. This is the first Film in the American Blogger franchise. There are lots more American Blogger stories to be told.
Explores how Iranians use blogs to express their ideas and feelings despite the restrictions imposed by their government.
Fed up with the cruelty and stupidity of American culture, an unlikely duo goes on a killing spree, killing reality TV stars, bigots and others they find repugnant in this black comedy.
A tale about a happily married couple who would like to have children. Tracy teaches infants, Andy's a college professor. Things are never the same after she is taken to hospital and operated upon by Jed, a "know all" doctor.
When Kate and Abby are mistaken for famous art thieves, their fun night out quickly goes from good to bad.