For a book project, photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders took photographs of 30 stars of adult movies, each pair of photographs in the same pose, clothed and nude. This film records the photo shoots and includes interviews with the performers and commentary from eight writers (and John Waters). The actors and writers discuss economics, nudity and exhibitionism, careers, and private lives.
A story told from three angles. Max meets Elizabeth; they live together, but when she talks of marriage, he balks. He becomes extremely jealous, probably without cause, and thinks she's taken up with a friend of his, Jack. Elizabeth, stung by Max's refusal to marry, catches Jack's eye, but the friendship seems innocent. Lena, who works with Max, likes him and realizes she can manipulate his jealousy and maybe engineer his split from Elizabeth. When she's sure Elizabeth is with a man, she calls Max at work, sending him home to confront the lovers. Then, Lena feels guilty and takes off for Max's apartment. What's really going on? Who's with Elizabeth?
In 1977, a book of photographs captured an awakening - women shedding the cultural restrictions of their childhoods and embracing their full humanity. FEMINISTS: WHAT WERE THEY THINKING? revisits those photos, those women and those times and takes aim at our culture today that alarmingly shows the need for continued change.
Strewn on the alcohol and urine soaked tiles of a dingy public bathroom, a young man reflects on the prostitute who stole his heart in a series of surreal and nightmarish flashbacks. ‘You’re Not Thinking Straight’ is a fiercely unique coming-of-age tale about what it means to be young, lonely and clamouring for love in a broken world.
A screenwriter rescues a gnome. When the gnome tells him he will grant him a wish, he uses it to get the girl of his dreams.
Comedians Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy bring their distinctive brand of humor to a packed crowd in Minneapolis.
Thinking Twice features the pianist Katharina Wolpe playing music composed by her father Stefan Wolpe. Stefan Wolpe’s work is renowned for its originality and rigour, its sense of space and surprise. The unique and vital contribution of this important avant-garde composer continues to influence many young composers of today. The title is taken from a series of lectures given by Stefan Wolpe. In its lucid editing of piano keys in motion, and especially in close up shots of the pianist's hands and face, Jayne Parker "attempts to reflect the rigour of the music" (in her own words).
A Reader becomes trapped in an evolving autobiography of an executed killer.
Two friends have high hopes for a party, arrive much too early, meet no-one but an awful lech, witness a suicide attempt by the hostess and find themselves as usual, mostly interested in the buffet...
A filmmaker reminisces about his younger years, when he ripped-off other movies for ideas. One day, when the young filmmaker rips off an original short film, the director of the film appears to take his revenge. What follows are moments of baffling comedy and an ending that’s quite surprising.
Parents, educators, students and college admissions professionals all intimately understand the financial, emotional and intellectual burden of the SAT/ACT—tests that are not only an integral part of the college admissions process for most American students, but also can be a rite of passage for teenagers in the United States. Even as adults, few of us forget our score, or how we felt about what it took to earn it. The Test & the Art of Thinking traces the history and evolution of the SAT/ACT as a major player on the pathway to higher education in America, and it documents its current power in our culture. In so doing, it strives to support individuals who are embarking on the road to college, by examining what the SAT/ACT measures and means, and asking a range of educational leaders, admissions professionals and stakeholders in the test—from tutors to parents to test designers—to grapple with the test’s use, ramifications and future.
A film about boobs, sex and boys being happy - or not.
A film by James Benning
(Strategic Thinking Course | Course No. 5913 | 24 Lectures | 30 minutes / lecture) Strategic thinking is a powerful and invaluable skill, one that leads to greater chances of success in whatever professional and personal projects you're involved in. It involves setting goals, developing long-range plans, anticipating the unexpected, analyzing your environment, and even cooperating with your competitors. The only catch: Strategic thinking doesn't come naturally. Because most of us are static thinkers who tend to make decisions only for today, strategic thinking skills have to be learned, cultivated, practiced, and applied. More Info and table of contents at http://www.thegreatcourses.com/tgc/courses/course_detail.aspx?cid=5913
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An unexpected detour turns a couple's road trip into a terrifying journey through their fragile psyches.
As we learn more about ancient shipbuilding we must ask the question, “When Noah constructed the Ark, wouldn’t he have used the technology of his day? Could he follow the Lord’s directions and actually build a ship able to withstand the cataclysmic tempest?” Following the example of Drs. Henry Morris and John Whitcomb’s ground-breaking book, The Genesis Flood, Ark researcher Tim Lovett applies new findings to the contours and interior design of the Ark, while maintaining an unwavering commitment to the Word of God.
A surreal meditation on hopelessness and pointlessness as guided by the Arthur Frain/Merlin character from Boorman’s “Zardoz”.
An animal, a vegetable, a tamagotchi, a pet, for you.
Celebrities make promotional videos of themselves, produced by one of the teams, and upload them on social media to appeal to the public. Next episode, they announce the winner based on the number of new fans.
SEC football fans can extend their football-filled weekends through Monday nights with SEC Network analysts Greg McElroy and Marcus Spears and host Alyssa Lang. Airing Mondays in the fall on SEC Network, the one-hour Thinking Out Loud provides fast-paced, in-depth analysis and debate about the teams and games from the previous weekend in SEC country.
What Were They Thinking? is a Canadian documentary television series that debuted on August 9, 2006 on The Comedy Network. It is produced by Soapbox Productions. It would normally air Wednesdays at 10:30 p.m. It is not currently airing new episodes on television.
Lizzie McGuire is an American live-action teen sitcom, which features an animated version of the title character performing soliloquy. The animated sequences were interspersed with the show's live-action sequences. It premiered on the Disney Channel on January 12, 2001 following the premiere of Zenon: The Zequel and ended February 14, 2004. A total of 65 episodes were produced and aired. Its target demographic was preteens and adolescents. The series won Favorite TV Show at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in 2002 and 2003.