Ana is a journalist taken by her work to all sorts of different places the world over. Ever since her youth, influenced by her father, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its contents have been a place from which she observes the individual and collective behavior of human development. She is also an expert in new technologies applied to communication. This circumstance, combined with her desire to improve human relations, leads her to draw up a document uncovering the terrible failures to observe Human Rights.
A somewhat daffy book editor on a rail trip from Los Angeles to Chicago thinks that he sees a murdered man thrown from the train. When he can find no one who will believe him, he starts doing some investigating of his own. But all that accomplishes is to get the killer after him.
Using home movies and other media, a filmmaker returns to Sintra, Portugal to search for memories of her late husband, Brazilian filmmaker Glauber Rocha.
Jacinto Medina, a 21 year old youth, is bored with his life as a shepherd in northern Mexico. He finds a keychain on the ground and, seeing it as a signal, undertakes a trip that will lead him to cross thousands of miles.
Told by gauchos from Brazil, Argentina and Uruguai, the legend says that Anahy de las Missiones wandered around the Plata Basin during the time of Cisplatina War (1825-1828), stealing the dead.
Celso Afonso Gay de Castro was born in 1943 and died at the age of 41, in 1984, in Porto Alegre. Between his birth and his premature death, shrouded in mystery, he lived a life of militancy, successive exiles, loves and children. The documentary creates a travel diary through the countries that Celso lived while in exile – Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Venezuela, France – that were also the countries of the director’s childhood, Celso’s daughter. A trajectory beyond History: a family, with children, dogs, bags always being done and undone, but that also refer to a generation of left wing militants of the 60’s and 70’s. –São Paulo International Film Festival
Dawn in Madrid. In the Plaza de la Cibeles begins the daily grind. The statue of the goddess, from its source in the center of the square tells the story of a man, petty speculator, owner of an old building that is going to ask Saint Nicholas for his cooperation to make it sink, and thus be able to lift a twelve-story modern building. But the inhabitants of the block have also implored the Saint to prevent this from happening.
Gloria and Diana don’t have the best mother-daughter relationship. Diana fantasizes reactions that show her true feelings towards her mom. During one of her weekly visits to the supermarket, Diana loses her mom and finds what she really feels.
Marisol tells some children the true story of a donkey that was passed from hand to hand to be the figure of a circus, being loved by all.
Documentary on the groundbreaking animation films with which the Dutch animation pioneer Joop Geesink conquered the world.
Daniel Gelin and Juliette Faber star as a blissfully happy honeymooning couple. They are so happy that they arouse the jealous attentions of Satan. The Dark Prince sends an emissary to beak up the romance, but his advocate is promptly challenged by a representative from "up above."
Rose 12 years, spends his holidays in musical colony. By day she plays the flute in an orchestra. At night she shares a room with two clarinetists of 16. By proxy, Rose tries to get out childhood.
Short fiction film about a decisive moment in the life and career of a young female surgeon. The operating theatre is ready, the lamps shine bright and the patient’s belly has been shaved and is ready to be operated on. The surgeon hesitates; the knife hovers above the skin. The moment brings back key scenes from her childhood that tell everything about her choice of profession and her hesitation to cut the patient’s skin.
"TheTartessos Schulten (The Conquest of the Lost City)" is a documentary film about the search for the mythical civilization of Tartessos by the German historian Adolf Schulten, pioneer of archeology in Europe in the 1920s.
Time Bokan: Royal Revival was a 1990's Original video animation of the popular 1970's anime cartoon Time Bokan. This was the last installment of the series to feature the late Kei Tomiyama as the narrator. He was replaced in Time Bokan 2000: Kaitou Kiramekiman by Junpei Takiguchi and Kōichi Yamadera in the 2008 remake of Yatterman.
Golion, a powerful sentient robot, abuses his great powers by attacking and killing creatures known as Deathblack Beastmen, boasting that no one could defeat him. A divine space being punishes Golion for his arrogance and abuse by seperating him into 5 different lion robots. In the year 1999, a group of 5 young men return to Earth after a space voyage, only to find it ravaged by nuclear war. After encountering the alien race known as the Galra, the 5 youths end up on the planet Altea, and learn that the 5 lion robots that Golion was split into are in hibernation in various parts of Altea. Somehow, they must reunite the lions and form Golion, the only hope for the human race.
The Runaway Barge is the pilot for an unsold TV series. Bo Hopkins, Tim Matheson and Jim Davis star as three owners of a Mississippi river tugboat who find themselves neck deep in a kidnapping and hijacking plot.
A 19-year-old girl burdened by a cruel destiny, a 41-year-old man living in atonement, and a forbidden love that cannot be accepted by the people around them. ‘Iki mo Dekinai Natsu’ is as much a social drama as it is a love story. Takei plays said girl who learns that her mother never recorded her birth in their family register. While falling into despair after finding out the secret about her birth yet wholeheartedly trying to live to regain ‘herself’, she happens to run into a former journalist (Eguchi) who is suffering from a deep scar in his heart himself. Although they could be father and daughter, they start to develop much stronger feelings for each other, a love forbidden by society.
When Yadomi Jinta was a child, he was a central piece in a group of close friends. In time, however, these childhood friends drifted apart, and when they became high school students, they had long ceased to think of each other as friends. One of the friends from that group, Honma Meiko, now has a wish she asks Jinta to fulfil. The problem is, she can't remember what her wish is anymore. As Meiko won't cease to bother Jinta about it, he gives in and decides to try to grant this wish he knows nothing of; for that, however, the help of his other former friends, now all very estranged from himself and from each other, may turn out to be necessary. He hasn't spoken to Anjou Naruko, Matsuyuki Atsumu, Tsurumi Chiriko, or Hisakawa Tetsudou in a long time; as he struggles to grant Meiko's wish and gathers his old friends together in the process, all the old feelings that still exist between them and have long been stashed away are bound to come up again.
.hack follows several young players as they navigate the vast, mysterious MMORPG known as “The World” – a place, it turns out, that is sometimes impossible to leave.
Najica: Blitz Tactics is an anime television series by Studio Fantasia. It premiered across Japan between October 4, 2001 and December 27, 2001. The show is similar to that of Agent Aika—both being directed by Katsuhiko Nishijima and animated by Studio Fantasia—with much of the same content. Though Najica was later adapted into a manga by Takuya Tashiro, the majority of the difference in content were in the context of the missions and especially the ending.
Triton of the Sea is a manga series created by Osamu Tezuka, and an anime directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino based on the manga. The series, which had 27 episodes, was broadcast from April 1 to September 30, 1972.
Lucy is a little girl who lives close to a zoo. Every night, the zoo animals visit Lucy, tell her an exciting story and send her on a magical night-time adventure. At the end of each story, the moral of the tale is discussed, then bedtime is declared, sending Lucy off for a cosy night's sleep.
Musashi, the Samurai Lord, known in Japanese as Karakuri Kengō Den Musashi Lord, is an anime series by Studio Pierrot. The 50-episode series aired on Nippon Television from October 1990 to September 1991. The series stars, Musashi, a "gimmick robot." In the country of Zipangu every person has a gimmick robot. Musashi battles and meets his rival, Kojiro. Two video games were released based on the anime.
Bush Baby, Little Angel of the Grasslands, shortened as The Bush Baby, is the title of a 1992 anime series consisting of 40, 25-minute episodes. It is based on the novel, The Bushbabies, by Canadian author William Stevenson. The series is part of Fuji Television & Nippon Animation's World Masterpiece Theater which consists of anime TV series adaptations of classic children's books. It has also been broadcast internationally on networks such as Antena 3, Italia 1, Tele 5, ORF1, ABS-CBN, GMA 7, Quality TeleVision and TVOntario.
Rei Rei is a 2-episode Japanese hentai original video animation series produced by Aubeck. It was licensed by ADV but is now licensed by a division of ADV, SoftCel Pictures in United States. On April 23, 2004, SoftCel Pictures released the 2 OVA episodes on a DVD.
Sato Tomoko leads an ordinary life with her husband and young child. One day, she defies the rules at the company where she works part-time to supplement the household income, and is fired. Tomoko is in her 40s, a high school dropout and has no qualifications. How is she to get a job? She happens to find out about the huge pay and high winning rate of members of the city, townand village councils through a TV programme. Equating huge pay with family happiness, the foolhardy Tomoko quickly decides to run for the city council. Her rival in the election race is Todo Makoto, who comes from a long line of politicians. Hirata Kazumi, a former star political journalist at a newspaper and a friend whose child attends the same nursery school, is inspired by Tomoko’s energy and ability to unify people, and becomes her supporter.
A six-part French documentary about the Second World War composed exclusively of actual footage of the war as filmed by war correspondents, soldiers, resistance fighters and private citizens. The series is shown in color, with the black and white footage being fully colorized, save for some original color footage. The only exception to the treatment are most Holocaust scenes, which are presented in the original black and white.
Monarch: The Big Bear of Tallac is a Japanese anime TV series consisting in 26 episodes. It was directed by Yoshio Kuroda and was first broadcast on Asahi Broadcasting Corporation in 1977.
Space Odyssey: Voyage To The Planets is a fictional documentary about a manned voyage through the solar system. Space Odyssey premiered in 2004 and was made by the BBC. It was written and directed by Joe Ahearne and produced by Christopher Riley, who was presented with the 2005 Sir Arthur Clarke Award for Best TV & Radio Presentation. The story is set at an unspecified time in the future, though in the accompanying book, the mission's chief science officer recalls reading Arthur C. Clarke's 2010 some 40 years earlier.
Set just before the start of Armageddon, the series will follow two central characters, a physicist and a nun, who are racing against the clock to see if the end of the world apocalypse can be averted. Bill Pullman plays Dr. Richard Massey, a Harvard professor whose daughter is murdered by satanists while McElhone stars as a nun who recruits Massey to help investigate whether what's told in the Book of Revelations is starting to come true. Seltzer and Polone with executive produce the project along with Pariah Television's Vivian Cannon and Jessika Borsiczky.