Conflict between two people.
Irumbu Thirai is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language action thriller film directed by P. S. Mithran.
When an entire village is terrorised by the news of a tiger on the loose, they turn to Peeli and his jolly gang of friends for help. Rumour has it that Peeli is the son of famed hunter Varunni, but has he got it in him to stop the dreaded predator from wreaking more havoc?
Rajiv Kaul, a successful ad-filmmaker, is celebrating his 40th birthday. Everything is as always: friends, food, wine, music. The only thing different is the absence of his wife and kids and the presence of a beautiful stranger, Sandy. Who is she? Why does she stare at him? Do they know each other from before? A dangerous liaison ensues and throws Rajiv’s life upside down. Nothing is what it seems and there is no one who Rajiv can trust. Neither his wife nor his best friend, but most dangerously, not even himself. Can Rajiv undo the past and save himself from the impending doom? A series of twisted events blurs the fine line between past, present and future. Between what’s real and what may not be…
Min Htet possesses a perfect life which will be envied by a lot. He is rich; owns a gallery and in addition to all that, has a beautiful wife called Zin Mar. He is the epitome of happiness and success. But at one point in his life, he committed a unforgettable sin which destroyed both his marriage and business. After a series of events that nearly destructed his life, he started to realize his perfect life may not be as what he thinks it is.
Siby is unmindful of his duties towards his family, but is in the pursuit of making some easy money via various fraudulent means. To escape one of the troubles he courted, he goes on an assignment to an old palace in a forest-ridden Cheenkannippara, which has a never-before effect on him.
EXHIBITION ON SCREEN is thrilled to present one of the most talked-about exhibitions of the year. Dedicated to the portrait work of Paul Cézanne, the exhibition opens in Paris before traveling to London and Washington. One can’t appreciate 20th century art without understanding the significance and genius of Paul Cézanne. Featuring interviews with curators and experts from the National Portrait Gallery London, MoMA New York, National Gallery of Art Washington, and Musée d’Orsay Paris, and correspondence from the artist himself, the film takes audiences beyond the exhibition to the places Cézanne lived and worked and sheds light on an artist who is perhaps the least-known of all the impressionists – until now.
After a brave rescue mission in stormy weather, a young rescue boat is headhunted to a larger harbor where he realizes that bigger is not always better.
From all directions gravity pulls on the shards of a breaking dinner plate. After stretching to their outer limits, elastic strings help the pieces move back towards their starting point. The pieces collectively form a self-reflecting structure, while at the same time expressing their individual qualities through movement, position and sound.
Dr. Abe Mandelbaum has just moved into a retirement home. After forming an unlikely friendship with a womanizing gambler, their relationship is tested when they each try to convince a mysterious nurse that they are her long-lost father.
A woman experiences grief in five chapters
Two Danish-Korean adoptees return for the first time to the country they were once born in. Confronted with the spirit of their Motherland and the personal stories of the fellow adoptees they meet in the city of Seoul, Karoline and Thomas are hurled into an emotionally disorienting journey that forces both of them to question and face their own destiny and identity.
The story follows the social intercourse between a cameraman, Masaya, with a lazy eye, and Misako who disconnects from the world.
Woman’s body bleeds regardless of her will. Through untold ages, this bleeding has been the symbol of secret, mystery, fervor and disavowal. The process of bleeding which has been taken care of with any absorbent materials, however, has undergone changes through critical moments of human history. NPR, the public channel in USA declared the year 2015 as ‘The Year of the Period,’ and ‘Free Bleeding Movement’ arose also in Korea. Numerous startup companies launched products for “New Bleeding.” Over a million viewers are visiting pages of sanitary-products-reviewing youtuber, and politicians start to talk about the blood. The walls of information collapse, and women choose their own way of “how to bleed.”