Two veterans of the Bosnian War, one American, one Serbian, who clash in the remote Smoky Mountain wilderness.
Author Jean Dorset has suffered from a bad case of writer's block since his first novel became a bestseller. He lives in a small apartment in Paris with his wife Michelle and, in spite of their ostensible success, the couple are having trouble making ends meet. One day they receive the utterly unexpected news that they are the sole inheritors of a wealthy neighbor, M. Guillemet, whom they have never met. Guillemet has left them his old townhouse along with all of his belongings, but with two conditions -- the first is that the dead man's papers be left untouched, and the second is that his live-in maid Clemence Richbourg remain employed at the estate. The Dorsets soon learn why they were the recipients of such strange generosity. Guillemet had set up a camera with a massive zoom lens pointing to their bedroom window. The couple is shocked and disgusted, but not enough to give up their new tony digs.
A social worker tries to end juvenile crime by getting involved with a street gang.
A film based on the pictures from Ingmar Bergman's personal photo album, especially the pictures of his mother Karin.
Grisly strangulations in London alert Nayland Smith of Scotland Yard to the possibility that fiendish Fu Manchu may not after all be dead, even though Smith witnessed his execution. A killer spray made from Tibetan berries seems to be involved and clues keep leading back to the Thames.
A mysterious young woman has been horribly attacked by a strange creature that steals faces. Detective Paul F. Gimbal decides to protect her and starts a dark investigation to overcome the dangerous thief who wants to destroy everything.
A cynical woman with a disfigured face—a hardened criminal—gets an opportunity to change her ways when she meets a sympathetic plastic surgeon. She leaves her old life behind, but soon her old friends catch up with her.
Radically rethinking the tired talking-heads template, Tsai Ming-liang's latest digital experiment turns the human face into a subject of dramatic intrigue. Comprised of a series of portrait shots of mostly anonymous individuals (Tsai devotees will no doubt recognize his long-time muse, Lee Kang-sheng), the film shrewdly deemphasizes language while reducing context to a bare minimum. In their place, the beauty and imperfections of each face take center stage. Accompanied by Ryuichi Sakamoto's soundtrack of dynamically modulating drone frequencies, Tsai's subjects variously speak, stare, and, at one point, sleep as the camera quietly registers the weight of personal history and accumulated experience writ beautifully across every last pore and crevasse.
Should we all be making plans for the end of the world? In America, a movement of people, called preppers, are doing all they can to make sure they survive global disaster. Stacey Dooley spends time with three prepper communities who are gearing up for uncertain futures, with concerns ranging from civil unrest and nuclear war, to climate change and natural disasters. Some have bought bunkers to escape to, others have isolated themselves from society. Stacey explores the reasons why they are going to such lengths to protect themselves. And she asks - should I be following their lead?
James must get to the pharmacy by midnight, or face devastating consequences.
Genie, a Chinese-American teenager, develops feelings for a charming African-American DJ, but her grandmother forbids their romance forcing Genie to choose between family and love.
The three faces (two women and one tranvestized man) in the series of close up, which are shot separately in their sexual process of the acting and the real, are intercut and edited making into a film. The sound is the voice of continuous laughing of a woman repeated from a loop-tape. What I try to realize in this film is the question of gender through the facial expression in sex between woman and tranvestized man, and the image in detail between the ac ting and the real life. When these factors are mixed, one can hardly distinguish one from the other.
An American airbase in Canada provokes resentment from the nearby residents after fallout from nuclear experiments at the base are blamed for a recent spate of disappearances. A captain from the airbase is assigned to investigate, and begins to suspect that an elderly British scientist who lives near the base and conducts research in the field of mind over matter knows more than he is letting on..
In this low-budget thriller, Peter Lorre plays Janos Szabo, an immigrant from Hungary who is a skilled craftsman. After he's caught in a fire, his face is horribly scarred; his terrifying appearance makes it impossible for him to get a job. With nowhere else to turn, Janos begins working for the criminal underworld. Janos begins having second thoughts about his life of crime when he falls in love
Plastic surgery gives a scarred female criminal a new outlook on life.
Darren Mullet, a bullied asthmatic, is driven to suicide by his tormented life - ignored by his parents, ridiculed by his teachers and bullied at school. He returns from the dead to pay his teenage tormentors a final visit.
A YouTube adaption of David Henry Hwang's play about race, identity, politics, and casting.
Two short films released together under a collective title. The first, "Secret Sharer", directed by John Brahm and starring James Mason, is based on a short story by Joseph Conrad. The second tale, "Bride Comes to Yellow Sky", directed by Bretaigne Windust and starring Robert Preston, is adapted from Stephen Crane's short story.
An experimental study in black and white tracing the stages of human life through the transformation of a man’s face.
Face to Fate is a Hong Kong television series released overseas in September 2006 and aired locally on TVB Pay Vision Channel in March 2007. The series is an adaptation of wuxia writer Wen Ruian's works.
Face the Music is an American television game show that aired in syndication from January 14, 1980 to September 1981. The program tested contestants' knowledge of popular music songs, and association of song titles with famous people, places and things. Face the Music was hosted by Ron Ely and also featured the Tommy Oliver Orchestra, with vocalist Lisa Donovan, and was produced by Sandy Frank Productions. Dave Williams was the announcer from January to September 1980, and was replaced for the second season by John Harlan, with Art James occasionally filling in.
Face the Ace is a poker-themed game show on the NBC television network first airing August 1, 2009. The show is hosted by Steve Schirripa along with hostess/spokesmodel Megan Abrigo and features the commentary of Ali Nejad, who also commentates for NBC’s Poker After Dark. The show’s primary sponsor is Full Tilt Poker, which supplies the contestants and the professional poker players against whom they compete.
Find Me the Face is a documentary which was made by Fever Media and first broadcast on BBC Three between 12 February and 18 March 2008. The show was brought in to go with BBC Three's new revamp. The show bases around two UK model scouts, Becky Southwick and Jody Furlong to find new talent. Jody Furlong is one of the UK's leading casting directors and founder of The Eye www.theeyecasting.com - a casting and model agency based in London.
Face the Music was a weekly BBC television programme in the form of a classical music quiz. It began in 1966 and continued until 1979, with revivals in 1983-4 and 2007.
In Your Face is a hidden camera Television show, on U.K. channel Bravo. It follows a group of people who play various pranks on unsuspecting members of the public, which is recorded on a tiny camera hidden within their glasses. Their most regularly used tactic is to get the subject extremely angry so that violence is threatened, but then reveals that it is a hidden camera show. The show will be returning sometime near the end of 2009.
The Face Is Familiar is an American game show which aired in color on CBS from May 7 to September 3, 1966. The show was hosted by Jack Whitaker and featured celebrity guests including Bob Crane, Dick Van Patten, Mel Brooks and June Lockhart. The series was primarily sponsored by Philip Morris' Parliament and Marlboro cigarettes, and their American Safety Razor and Clark Gum subsidiaries. The show was produced by Bob Stewart Productions in association with Filmways Television. Its theme song was a slightly-modified version of Brasilia, performed by Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass.
Your Face Sounds Familiar is a British talent show developed by Endemol UK and based on the Spanish series. The show began its six-week run on 29 June 2013 on ITV. The judging panel consists of Emma Bunton, Julian Clary and a different guest judge in each episode. Guest judges have included Cilla Black, Donny Osmond, Denise van Outen, Kian Egan and Peter Andre, whilst Alesha Dixon and Paddy McGuinness host. The show involves six celebrities portraying various iconic singers each week to win £10,000 for their chosen charity. The winner of the first series was actress Natalie Anderson who received the £50,000 grand prize for her charity, she was revealed as the winner on 3 August 2013. A second series of the show is set to be produced and broadcast in 2014.
Pick Your Face is an Australia game show created by Banksia Productions for the Nine Network in 1999 until 2003, It hosted by Angus Smallwood. Angus would meet the three players of the day and then launch into
From the creator of Salad Fingers, tune in to the adventures of Burnt Face Man, a really rubbish gay superhero with a burnt face who fights against criminals committing crimes such as arch-enemies Bastard Man and Man-Spider, and saving civilian bystanders from danger. Unfortunately most people don’t like him and things always go wrong for this superhero.