A veterinarian is called to examine a woman who thinks she is a dog.
BARK is a portrait of a seemingly simple argument between two teenage girls that curdles into a surreal, psychological struggle.
A mother takes her minivan through an automatic car wash, drives home, scoops up the mail, pulls into the garage and kills herself. She leaves behind a husband (Dad), a daughter away at college (Riley), a set of teenage twins (Caitrin and Eli), and a dog (Leadbelly). Among the whitewashed fences, mailboxes, and manicured lawns, a despondent family deals with the drudgery of grief and their growing detachment to each other-- all through the eyes of their depressed dog, Leadbelly.
Portland interior designer Julia Galvins (Jana Kramer) adopts a dog and seeks the help of expert and handsome dog trainer Owen Michaels (Kevin McGarry). When she is hired to design a nursery and a “puppery,” as well as plan a puppy shower fund-raiser for a pregnant client and her pregnant dog, Julia asks Owen’s advice, and their friendship just might turn into something more.
A thug in a town named Sang-keun and his gang. When Se-il, whom they fear, comes back to town, they get ready to fight back against him. The film depicts the unpredictable world of males with a compelling storyline and lively images, not to mention outstanding acting of Kim Muyeol.
Two kids and their trusty dog, Barkley (Jon Lovitz), stumble across a treasure map while playing in an abandoned ranger station. They set out on the adventure of a lifetime in search of a forgotten gold mine, but things take a turn for the worst when they come across a pair of bumbling crooks hiding out from the police.
Two tree-creatures hibernating underneath the bark of their trees wake up by the quakes produced by a snowfall outside. After going out, they become friends and delight at playing with the snow.
"This documentary depicts a canoe being built in the traditional manner. Cesar Newashish, a 67-year-old Attikamek of the Manawan Reserve North of Montréal, uses only birchbark, cedar splints, spruce roots, and gum. With a sure hand he works methodically to fashion a craft unsurpassed in function or beauty of design. Building a canoe solely from the materials that the forest provides may become a lost art, even among the Native Peoples whose traditional craft it is. The film is free of spoken commentary but text appears on the screen in Cree, French, and English." - Anthology Film Archives
The Star Paws team is back and this time the entire galaxy is at stake! When an evil cat named Marlon Butterpaws makes plans to destroy the universe, it's up to an elite space dog team known as Star Paws to find and stop Butterpaws and save the world!
A family on the brink of bankruptcy decides to do dirty jobs undercover by the government to overcome their condition.
In this companion piece to 2015's "If I Could Talk," Ryan, who had 40 years earlier saved a puppy who became his best friend, now has recently lost his wife. This short film finds him touched by and touching another dog's life, as Ryan spends the end of his life with this new canine.
Filmed Live At The Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A. A DVD copy of the VHS Tape that is out of print.
In the National Park of Šumava, in the south of Czech Republic, an invasive species of insect, the bark beetle, is eating the wood of the spruce tree, causing serious damage to the forest since the early 2000s. The forest, already weakened by the intensive spruce monoculture that was going on in Šumava during decades, couldn’t resist to the invasion of beetle. The extent of the destructions leads in 2011 to a large political controversy opposing the administration of the park to some environmental NGOs – two conception of the relation between man and nature were facing eachother. Meanwhile, the beetle gather his strenght and fight for his survival…
Experimental animation short from Poland.
This collection of charming animated tales has gone to the dogs … literally. Featuring stories written by Jules Feiffer, Lisa Desimini, Ezra Jack Keats, Mercer Mayer and Gene Zion, Bark, George is a dog lover's delight, showcasing the best of the breed. Includes the following episodes: "Bark, George," "Dot the Fire Dog," "A Boy, a Dog, and a Frog," Whistle for Willie," "Angus Lost" and "No Roses for Harry."
Gaspésie, early 1990s. Claire’s Parents, Jenny and Walter, are in obvious despair. Months after their breakup, her mom’s trying to pull away from her ex, but he refuses to let go. As Claire is spending the week end with him, Walter goes out to the village’s motel bar. When she sees that it’s getting late and that her father is still not home, Claire then decides to fallow a rabbit trail in search for him.
A young artist falls for a struggling actress in Los Angeles.
A documentary about making the feature film "Ten Canoes". It is May, 2005 in Central Arnhem Land: 'We are making a movie. The story is their story, those that live on this land, in their language, and set a long time before the coming of the Balanda, as we white people are known. For the people of the Arafura Swamp, this film is an opportunity, maybe a last chance to hold on to the old ways. For all of us, the challenges are unexpected, the task beyond anything imagined. For me, it is the most difficult film I have made, in the most foreign land I've been to...and it is Australia.' - Rolf de Heer
Barkhaa is a Bollywood Romantic film, directed by Shadaab Mirza and produced by Shabana Hashmi. It stars Sara Loren in lead titular role. The film also stars Taaha Shah, Shweta Pandit, Priyanshu Chatterjee and Puneet Issar in prominent roles. The film was extensively shot in Himachal Pradesh, India. Marketing of the film was done by Hash Entertainment and is distributed under the banner of Zahara Productions. It was released on March 27, 2015.
Barking! is a British children's TV series that produced two series between 2004 & 2005. The show was originally broadcast on ITV1's children's slot CITV. It stars Katy McGowan as Jezza, a teenage girl with a talking dog named Georgie, voiced by Will Mellor. Other major characters in the show included Jezza's mother, Pippa, her stepbrothers Dan and Ollie, and her stepfather, Greg.
Barking is a late night sketch comedy show broadcast on Channel 4 in 1998, starring Mackenzie Crook, David Walliams, Omid Djalili, Peter Kay, Dave Lamb, Rhys Thomas, Catherine Tate and Marcus Brigstocke. Barking features up and coming comedians, most of whom have gone on to become big stars.
The Barkleys is an American animated television series that ran from 1972 to 1973 on NBC and was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises.
Six Dates with Barker is a series of six one-off, half hour situation comedies showcasing the talents of Ronnie Barker. All were broadcast by London Weekend Television early in 1971. Writers on the series included John Cleese and Spike Milligan. The producer was Humphrey Barclay.
Andy Barker, P.I. is an American detective sitcom starring Andy Richter produced and broadcast by NBC, and co-starring Tony Hale, Marshall Manesh, Harve Presnell and Clea Lewis. Richter plays Andy Barker, a certified public accountant who reluctantly becomes a private investigator after he is mistaken for the former office tenant, a private eye, now retired. Andy develops a taste for solving cases, assisted by the former P.I., a film buff owner of the downstairs video store, a surveillance-expert restaurateur and, as time goes on, his wife. The show was produced for one season, and was scheduled to run a six-episode, five-week course starting Thursday, March 15, 2007 on NBC. However, the series was cancelled and removed from the Thursday lineup after the fourth episode aired. The final two episodes aired on Saturday, April 14. The series now airs on Universal HD.
Home Improvement is an American television sitcom starring Tim Allen, that aired from September 17, 1991 to May 25, 1999. The show was created by Matt Williams, Carmen Finestra and David McFadzean. In the 1990s, it was one of the most watched sitcoms in the American market, winning many awards. The series launched Tim Allen's acting career and also was the start of the television career of Pamela Anderson, who was part of the recurring cast for the first two seasons.
The Ronnie Barker Playhouse was a series of six comedy half hours showcasing the talents of Ronnie Barker. All were broadcast by Associated-Rediffusion in 1968. The series was written by Brian Cooke, Hugh Leonard, Johnnie Mortimer and Alun Owen. The producers were Stella Richman and actress Stella Tanner. The executive producer was David Frost.
Barking Mad is a British television program about problem pets. "Barking mad", meaning "insane", is a play on words. It was hosted by Mark Evans and Philippa Forrester. It was originally broadcast on BBC1. It is also shown outside the UK on the satellite channel Animal Planet. During the show, the team attempt to solve behavioral problems in dogs, cats and other pets, by means of intensive training and advising the owners on commands and methods of keeping control. It is unknown when Barking Mad will return to Animal Planet's TV schedule.
Sabado Barkada is a musical variety show in the Philippines. It airs every Saturdays before "Game KNB?" over ABS-CBN TV 4 in Bacolod. It also airs in neighboring cities such as Iloilo and the whole of Western Visayas. The show takes its inspiration from talent search and discovery program formats. It gives the floor to aspiring, talented Ilonggo youngsters who act as guest hosts and performers. One of its noted segments are "Matilaw Ka: Reloaded" in English "Will you try:Reloaded". In here a group of contestants undergo a certain task and the winner comes home with a cash prize and others with consolation prizes. In coordination with the 101.5 MOR is their music segment entitled "Top picks of the week", top three most requested songs are featured in this segment. Everyweek local band plays in the studio bringing live music to the show.
Click Barkada Hunt is a Filipino reality show which served as a pre-programming to its mother program, Click. The show ran for less than a season which sought to introduce the newest batch of Click stars. The show is for the publicity purpose of the parent show, Click, only.
Not Barking But Howling is a sitcom written by the British actor and writer Jonathan Clarkson. While the main series itself is currently in development, storylines and characters from the show have been appearing on the internet in various forms since December 2006. The show tells the story of two werewolves, Mig and Prentis Hatchett, who run a minicab firm in New Cross, south east London. After the momentous events of the series’ first episode – so far only hinted at in online material - make them aware that they are being hunted, they are forced to take in their sharp-tongued Jewish sister-in-law, Diana Hatchett-Levy and enter into an uneasy living arrangement whilst trying to keep out of sight. A 5 minute [pitch trailer] was filmed for the show in 2006, to help promote it and sell the idea, and to date this has generated considerable attention on myspace and YouTube. To further flesh out the show and give people content to return to online, Clarkson began writing an A-Z of Not Barking But Howling, with each entry giving an insight into the background of the characters and their world. These have so far only been released in blog entries on the programme’s myspace page. In April 2007 a miniseries of webisodes of Not Barking But Howling was shot. These were given the umbrella title of “The Girl Who Cried Wolf”, and featured the actress India Fisher in a guest-starring role as a character named Delilah Tripp. They are due to begin broadcasting over the internet on November 24, 2007, to coincide with the full moon.
Meet the Barkers is a reality television series that was aired on MTV. The series followed the everyday life of married couple, Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker, his wife Shanna Moakler, and their three children. Meet the Barkers lasted two seasons, airing 16 episodes. In 2008, MuchMusic started airing Meet the Barkers after Barker's involvement with the 2008 South Carolina Learjet 60 crash, along with the late DJ AM, making Barker the only living survivor of the crash.
Hark at Barker was a 1969 British comedy series combining elements of sitcom and sketch show, which starred Ronnie Barker. It was made for the ITV network by LWT. Each show began with a spoof news item read by Barker as a continuity announcer. He would then introduce the main part of the programme, a lecture to be given by Lord Rustless on a different topic each week from his stately home, Chrome Hall. Helped and hindered by Rustless' secretary Bates, his Butler Badger, his bad-tempered Cook, his incoherent gardener Dithers and his buxom, near-mute maid Effie, these lectures invariably degenerated into farce, and were frequently interrupted by comic sketches on film or videotape which also starred Barker in various roles. Barker reprised the role of Lord Rustless in the BBC series His Lordship Entertains, and played very similar characters in Futtock's End and the Two Ronnies specials The Picnic and By the Sea.
A global cataclysm, caused by a fatal accident in Geneva (Switzerland) during the implementation of the particle accelerator will lead to the crew and students of the school-ship Polar Star to live the greatest adventure of their lives. Isolated and aware that we only have each other, the ship will become their only home.
Barker Bill's Cartoon Show was the first network television weekday cartoon series, airing on CBS from 1953 to 1955. The 15 minute show was broadcast twice a week, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 5 P.M. Eastern, although some local stations showed both episodes together as a single 30 minute show. Barker Bill was a portly circus ringmaster with a long black handlebar mustache and dressed in the traditional costume - a fancy suit with white gloves and a top hat. The show was hosted by a stationary picture of the Barker Bill character with an off-camera announcer introducing the cartoons. The show featured old black and white cartoons obtained from Terrytoons. These were mostly older cartoons from the 1930s, like Farmer Al Falfa and Kiko the Kangaroo, not the more current and better known series such as Mighty Mouse and Heckle and Jeckle. Barker Bill did not appear in cartoons, but was briefly featured in a newspaper comic strip series. Terrytoons was the first major animation studio to give television a license to show its library of old black and white cartoons. The Barker Bill series was so successful, that that CBS offered to buy the Terrytoons studio, including its production facilities and library of cartoons. Paul Terry accepted the offer and retired in 1955.
Clive Barker's A-Z of Horror was a documentary series first broadcast on BBC2 in 1997. It was written and hosted by Clive Barker and explored the history of horror, from the cinema to art. A tie-in book was released featuring art work by Barker and film reviews by Stephen Jones. Subjects included: ⁕Grand Guignol ⁕Edgar Allan Poe ⁕Tom Savini ⁕George A. Romero ⁕H. P. Lovecraft ⁕Ed Gein ⁕Franz Xaver Messerschmidt ⁕Freddy Krueger
In the Biblical story from Genesis, God floods the world as Noah rescues his family and the animals in a gigantic ark.