The arrival of King Rama V, the king of Siam, in Switzerland.
The movie deals with the championship-winning German soccer team of 1954. Its story is linked with two others: The family of a young boy is split due to the events in World War II, and the father returns from Russia after eleven years. The second story is about a reporter and his wife reporting from the tournament.
Bernstein, who later became a renowned conductor, had once performed the Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin, a composer of Jewish ancestry, with a concentration camp orchestra. All of the musicians were prisoners, and the father of the protagonist was an involuntary listener. Years later the spectator, who has grown old and became a baker in New Zealand, and the conductor accidentally find themselves in the same city, but do not cross paths. These accidental meetings that one remembers for the entire life are probably familiar to every Jewish family on the planet.
Set in Stalin-era Soviet Union, a disgraced MGB agent is dispatched to investigate a series of child murders -- a case that begins to connect with the very top of party leadership.
Stan and Ollie are mousetrap salesmen hoping for better business in Switzerland, with Stan's theory that because there is more cheese in Switzerland, there should be more mice.
A six-year-old boy plots to stop his "sweetheart", a grown-up woman in his pre-World War II Latvian village, from marrying.
Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini at a gala held in Sweden in 1953.
Bernstein made this documentary in 1985, the 125th anniversary of the birth of composer Gustav Mahler, of whose music Bernstein was a strong exponent throughout his career. The film features Bernstein's own observations about Mahler and his music, along with several illustrative performances of his symphonies with the Israel, London, and Vienna Philharmonic orchestras.
Music meets the Mob in this biography of '60s hitmaker and 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Bert Berns.
A portrait of Leonard Bernstein's singular charisma and passion for music as he rose to fame as America's first native born, world-renowned conductor, all along following his ambition to compose both symphonic and popular Broadway works.
Summer of 1944. Young baroness Barbara is getting married. Her husband, Alexander, leaves to the war and disappears after giving Barbara the amber amulet as symbol of their love. Soviet soldiers, commanded by Major Belyaev are placed in the estate of Barbara parents. Barbara falls in love with a Russian officer.
It's the greatest myth of the German post-war era: The Amber Room. Since its disappearance in 1945 from Koenigsberg Castle, legions of treasure hunters have tried and failed to find the room. It is said that Physics genius, Albert Einstein hid the legendary Amber Room from the Nazis in the turmoil of the last days of the war. It bears a secret within its amber - in wrong hands, it could destroy mankind! Our adventurers, Eik, Katharina and Justus, come across an incredible trace and with the help of Einstein's great-granddaughter Mila, together they fight off a ruthless pharmaceutical magnate who spares no effort to get ahold of the Amber Room. From Europe's biggest monument in Leipzig, through the halls of Munich's German Museum, across the dunes of St. Peter-Ording, to the Nazi caves of the Berchtesgaden Alps. The adventurous hunt begins. Written by Dreamtool Entertainment
With "Der Bernsteinfischer" director Olaf Kreinsen has staged a moving love story. Romantic, but not kitschy, the film tells the story of a man who, through the love of a woman, is led to face the mistakes of his past - to finally make a fresh start. Heiner Lauterbach and Sonsee Neu shine in the leading roles as a romantic dream couple. Other roles include Deborah Kaufmann and Michael Hanemann.
A fictional account of the 1958 attack against the Hungarian embassy in Bern. Based on a true story about the aftermath of the 1956 Hungarian revolution.
In many ways, there'd be no New York City without composer Leonard Bernstein -- at least not the romanticized, sepia-toned town he wrote about in his songs -- which makes this homage to his talent so fitting. Filmed in the Big Apple locales celebrated in his immortal music -- including Times Square and Central Park -- this 1997 documentary commemorates Bernstein and his legacy. Among the featured performers are Mandy Patinkin and Audra McDonald.
The America boat SS 'Frederik VIII' arrives in Copenhagen with Count Johan Heinrich Bernstorff.
Crash & Bernstein is a live action television comedy with puppetry which premiered on October 8, 2012 on Disney XD. Created by Eric Friedman, the series centers around a 12-year-old son, among three sisters, who wishes to have a brother. His wishes come true when a puppet named Crash comes to life. Production for the series began in May 2012. On November 9, 2012 Disney XD extended the series' first season to 26 episodes. Disney XD renewed the series for a second season on April 15, 2013, which will premiere on October 7, 2013. Sesame Street and Muppets performer Tim Lagasse stars as the voice and puppeteer for Crash while Greg Ballora serves as the puppet captain.
Bernstein/Beethoven is the name of a 1982 Leonard Bernstein miniseries telecast between 1982 and 1983 on both PBS and A&E. As with most post-1969 Bernstein programs, it was directed by Humphrey Burton, who was, according to Schuyler Chapin, Bernstein's director of choice. It was nominated for an Emmy and won a Cable ACE Award. It was filmed largely on location in Vienna and Germany, and not only featured Bernstein but also, noted actor Maximilian Schell, who not only provided commentary on Beethoven, but read from his letters. The miniseries contains performances of all of Beethoven's symphonies as well as several overtures, a string quartet that Bernstein re-orchestrated for the entire string section of the Vienna Philharmonic, and the Missa Solemnis, all conducted by Bernstein. It also contains commentary about the music by Leonard Bernstein. The entire miniseries has recently been issued on DVD.
Bronski und Bernstein is a popular German-made police television drama, aired in 2001. The series is set in Hamburg and focuses on the two-man staff of an office of the Kriminalpolizei - the German Crime Squad - specifically a Mordkommission, or Homicide Commission. In addition to the two policemen, the office is staffed by an Inspector. The original team at the office consisted of Guido Bernstein and Wolfgang Bronski. This team was also assisted by the main inspector Theo Micklitz,who comedically yells to the two policemans at the end of each episode for their work. The show is scripted entirely in German, most characters speak German and is shot on location in Hamburg and its surroundings, though the usage of areas in production is often geographically incorrect. Subtitles are used for some international markets, while in others the series is dubbed.
The Shepherds of Berneray was a 50-minute television programme that aired in 1981. The documentary revolved around the people on the island of Berneray, North Uist, Scotland, during that time, and how they lived. The show starred the people of Berneray, who had lived there for most of their lives. It was filmed by Allen Moore and the late Jack Shea.
Bronski und Bernstein is a German television series.
Into the Unknown with Josh Bernstein is a 2008 documentary television series hosted by American explorer Josh Bernstein and written by Bernadette McDaid. The series was created for Discovery Channel. The series premiered on 18 August 2008 in the United States.