Market shoppers use all of their senses when trying to ascertain whether the groceries are local or imported. The privileging of local produce over imported goods is ever present regardless of whether or not the groceries actually are better, this follows to lines of argument – that by buying Croatian produce they are supporting Croatian agriculture and that domestic produce is familiar and tastier, although it is not the origin of the goods but the method of its production that counts. They rather chose to buy local goods simply because it is "our" , Croatian, local produce, and not some foreign, unfamiliar and alien foodstuff which is therefore deemed of lesser quality.
Lonely aspirants on the LA dating scene hook up at thier local grocery store, where they can see and be seen by some of their dubiously eligible fellow singles, all the while hoping for that one magical relationship that will finally click.
Do-han makes money ripping off Chinese tourists visiting Dongdaemun night market. One evening, a Korean-Chinese man, Gwang-ho, asks the wandering Do-han about where he might take a woman. Hand-held camera work, close-ups and rhythmical editing enhance the dramatic tension and reveals what lays the shadowy corners of the exciting city nightscape.
More than a year after the events of Meat Market, the few survivors, Argenta, Nemesis, and others, struggle for survival against the undead in the ruins of what was once society. In their search for a safe haven they come across what appears to be the last refuge of humanity - a fortified compound run by former motivational speaker Bill Wilhelm and his cult of heavily armed fanatics. But when Argenta is subjected to indoctrination techniques and her comrades imprisoned, she begins to suspect that deep within the compound, more is going on than a simple attempt to rebuild...that Bill and his followers have more than one use for the living and the undead alike...
To Market To Market is a 1987 Australian political film.
A fugitive doctor (Lionel Atwill) tries to raise the dead for South Sea Islanders.
In a slum in Chennai, India, a young mother of two, wants to sell her kidney so she can pay off the crippling debts of her family. If she sells Hema will be the fifth member of her family to sell a kidney for an amount that represents several years' wages. Across the world in Nanaimo, Canada, forty year old single mom Sandra's kidneys are failing and she has been on a waiting list for 5 years now. Two different people. Two journeys.
Through post-apocalyptic, science fiction allegory, The Market explores the values attached to “local food” and consumption. Tracing the relationships between customers, farmers and their produce at a market in a gentrified neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.
Shot on Super 8 in 1977, edited digitally in 2016.
Animals attacks, says the TV news. But two ex-security agents know the real cause - maybe the real culprits. Shahrokh and Argenta are former employees of a company they knew to be conducting bizarre medical experiments. What has resulted are not animals attacks, but attacks by humans turned into vicious, decomposing, cannibalistic zombies. Their efforts to stem the violence in vain, hunted by the authorities, Shahrokh and Argenta escape the city just as it is engulfed in chaos. Their only hope lies in finding and organizing the few remaining survivors. What they find - three women claiming to be vampires with high-tech weaponry, a deranged and washed-up Mexican wrestler, a wounded soldier, and a scientist who may know more than he lets on - offer more questions than answers. Can this tiny cadre hope to defeat an army of the undead? And if they succeed...will there be anyone left alive?
In Vietnam, there is a special market to find a mate. The Hmong people have a long tradition to go to this annual market where all people, married or single, can regain their freedom to love.
An actress attends an audition only to be insulted and interrogated by the male casting director. Preparing to walk out early, the girl is confronted by a seemingly friendly female casting director who pacifies the situation, temporarily.
Tom and Ben have a company that’s not doing very well. Their blonde associate, Sheila, however, has a brilliant idea: instead of paying the shareholders cash dividends, why not pay them with sex!?! Sheila then agrees to get some of her friends involved!
A Columbia Krazy Kat cartoon released July 11, 1931.
Randall spends his days imagining the vibrant inner lives of various vendors at the multicultural urban market where he works; none more so than Angela, an angel with her own pastry shop. But Randall's inattention to his work has lead to a string of thefts and soon threatens to cost him his job. A chance encounter with a beautiful starlet and her lapdog provides Randall not only an opportunity to break the ice with Angela, but a chance to prove his worth to everyone at the market - including himself.
Fifteen years ago, a figure shrouded in darkness left a crying baby on the steps of a church. Now, a private investigator brings news that Audrey and her wife Carrie never thought they’d have to deal with: their adopted son’s biological grandparents are determined to find their grandchild and raise him as their own. As the murky truth behind the adoption is revealed, the couple must use whatever means necessary to keep their family together.
All images were filmed on Market Street, one of the main streets in San Francisco. The visual was carefully composed frame by frame, while shooting on the street. This project was commissioned by Exploratorium and San Francisco Arts Commission for the outdoor screening event, A Trip Down Market Street 1905/2005: An Outdoor Centennial Celebration.
Joshua Oppenheimer reimagines a sixty-second stock market update as maniacal monologue by a mumbling madman giving a bizarre play-by-play of floor traders and urban pedestrians as the trading day comes to an end. Created while in the midst of production on the feature-length GLOBALIZATION TAPES, this brief film is Oppenheimer's most concentrated piece of socio-political commentary: a quick, colorful political cartoon of capitalism plucked out-of-context and set to a soundtrack that is both comic and somewhat sinister. The upbeat musical accompaniment only enhances the empty celebration of meaningless activity.
A fishing boat is unloaded and the fish are sorted.
Flea Market Flip is reality television series that airs on HGTV. It premiered on September 28, 2012, and is hosted by Lara Spencer. In October 2012, HGTV renewed Flea Market Flip for a second season with an order of eight episodes, which is expected to premiere in early 2013. The second season premiered on March 15, 2013.
In his most personal project to date, Michael K. Williams explores underground economies in America and around the world.
In this global series presented by Michael K. Williams, we embed ourselves inside criminal enterprises to see how contraband moves across borders, and explore the politics behind a hidden economy nearly as big as the one you know.
Albion Market is a short-lived British soap opera, intended as a companion to Coronation Street on ITV.
Market Trotter is a television program about food and eating. Mr. Chua Lam is the leading eater and Amanda Strang, So Yuk Wa, Wong Nga See, Vanessa Yeung are some of the eaters with Mr. Chua Lam. The program lead us to eat in the whole world. Including Shanghai, Suzhou, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Korea and so much more. The program is produced by Television Broadcasts Limited in about 2007.
The Market is a New Zealand drama series set in South Auckland's Otara Markets. The show is centered around two families, one Māori and one Samoan.
Market Week is business network CNBC's program aired in the past, hosted with Maria Bartiromo.
Market Wrap is a show on CNBC that aired between 4pm and 6pm ET, and it was replaced by Closing Bell on Feb 4, 2002.was premiered in 1989 as Market Wrap-Up was Anchored by Bill Griffeth and others. In 1996 when Cavuto leaving from CNBC for Fox News Channel and Sister Network financial Unit. European Market Wrap was the equivalent program on CNBC Europe, but it was replaced by European Closing Bell in 2003. There was also a program on CNBC Asia called Asia Market Wrap, but it ended on December 2, 2005, and was replaced by Worldwide Exchange on December 19, 2005.
Market Watch is a show on CNBC that aired from 10AM to 12noon ET, hosted by Martha MacCallum and Tyler Mathisen, and Bob Sellers and Consuelo Mack. It was replaced by Midday Call on Feb 4, 2002. The show gave viewers the latest business news during the morning trading session. Regular segments included Taking Stock where viewers could phone-in and ask the guest analysts' recommendations on certain stocks.
Market Place is the financial programme broadcast Monday to Friday at 10:30pm in Hong Kong by television channel TVB Pearl.
Market Kitchen is a cookery programme, made by Optomen, that premiered on Good Food in 2007. Presented by Rachel Allen, Amanda Lamb, Matt Tebbutt, Tom Parker Bowles and Matthew Fort, the programme concentrates on seasonal cooking and features visits to a local market to obtain seasonal produce. The first series was presented from a customised kitchen in Borough Market and featured Tana Ramsay as one of its presenters. In 2009, the programme incorporated the Local Food Hero competition, which had previously had its own series on UKTV Food. It will feature the winner of a competition to find Britain's best pudding, launched by Christopher Biggins in April 2010. In 2010, spin-off, Market Kitchen's: Big Adventure, aired on Good Food.
Market Warriors is an American reality television series that follows four professional antiquers as they buy assigned items at flea markets and antique shows on a budget. The items are then sold at auction, where the antiquers compete for the highest profit, which is most often determined by the lowest loss. Market Warriors has a number of connections to Antiques Roadshow: both are produced by WGBH, Boston, hosted by Mark L. Walberg, and share the participation of appraisers Miller Gaffney, Kevin Bruneau, John Bruno, Bene Raia, and Bob Richter. Fred Willard was the original host of the show; however, after his arrest for engaging in a lewd act at an adult movie theater, PBS dropped him as host and had Walberg re-voice the episodes Willard had already completed. On March 13, 2013, PBS announced it was ending production of Market Warriors, the series that premiered in July 2012 under Market Wars as a partner program to longtime ratings hit Antiques Roadshow, according to a March 14 WGBH, Boston, internal memo to employees. Marsha Bemko, executive producer of both programs, commented the decision was PBS’s and declined further comment.
Asia Market Wrap is a business news programme aired on CNBC Asia between 1600-1800 Hong Kong/Singapore/Taiwan time, until December 2005. The show also aired on CNBC US on 5:30 to 6AM ET until 2000, then it was moved to CNBC World. Anchored by Christine Tan, Asia Market Wrap examined the day's headlines and numbers, with in-depth analysis of the day's financial news, interviewing key money managers, market experts and corporate chiefs. The programme, comes from its original edition on CNBC US, Market Wrap, included several segments, such as Australia Market Wrap, China Business Briefing and Eye on India. Asia Market Week - a weekly wrap-up of the market action in Asia - aired between 17:30-18:00 on Fridays. Prior to Martin Soong's original departure from CNBC Asia, he was the programme's regular presenter (the programme was billed as Asia Market Wrap with Martin Soong). When he returned to present Asia Squawk Box, Tan was moved to present Asia Market Wrap instead. The programme was not aired on CNBC Asia's CNBC Australia, local opt-out - it was replaced by CNBC Europe's Morning Exchange (1600 - 1700 HK/SG Time) and CNBC's Wake Up Call (1700 - 1800 HK/SG/TWN Time). The programme ended on 2 December 2005 and was replaced by Worldwide Exchange on 19 December 2005. Tan continues as the Asian presenter of this programme, joined by CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera (used for 2005-07-10-19 to due General assignment), now anchored by Brian Shactman (2007-10-22-present) and CNBC Europe's Ross Westgate.
Asia Market Week is a weekly business news programme on CNBC Asia, airing on Fridays at 18:00 Hong Kong / Singapore / Taiwan time with daylight saving time. It also airs on CNBC World and CNBC Europe at various times during the week. The programme is presented by Maura Forgarty and consists of highlights of the business news in Asia during the previous week. It runs for thirty minutes. The theme music on the programme is that which was used by Today's Business on CNBC US between 2000-2002. The programme takes its name from the now defunct CNBC US program Market Week with Maria Bartiromo. Internationally, the equivalent programme on CNBC Europe is Europe This Week, a previous incarnation of which was called European Market Week.
CNBC Market Wrap is a brief market update show airing on MSNBC weekday afternoons at the half-hour. It begins at 4:45 pm ET, during Martin Bashir, and then again, at 5:30 pm ET, during "Hardball with Chris Matthews". Prior to February 1st, 2012, the segment ran for a duration of 1.5 minutes, before being trimmed down to just 30 seconds. The update is anchored by a rotating set of CNBC hosts.
Asia Market Watch was a business news programme aired on CNBC Asia from 9 a.m. to noon, Hong Kong/Singapore/Taiwan time. The programme, presented by Amanda Drury, took its name from the previous CNBC US programme Market Watch. The programme was also aired in part on CNBC Europe and in its entirety in the US on CNBC World. Although it was referred to as Asia Market Watch in programme listings and by some presenters, the programme's title sequence and graphics referred to the programme only as Market Watch since 30 October 2000. The programme, which debuted a new logo on October 30, 2006, then used the theme music previously adopted by Street Signs. When the programme debuted in April 2000, it was entitled Asia Market Watch and only lasted for 1 hour with the 2nd half hour a replay of the 1st half hour. However, in October 2000, as part of CNBC Asia's extension of live regional programming, it was simply renamed Market Watch and aired live for 3½ hours on Weekdays. Prior to 2 January 2001, CNBC Asia used graphics for the show different from the one used by CNBC US.