Six actors go to graveyard on a remote island to act out a necromantic ritual. The ritual works, and soon the dead are walking about and chowing down on human flesh.
Part of BFI collection "Your Children and You."
Isidoor lives with his niece and a housekeeper in a little provincial town. One day he receives a letter: he is to be the heir of a distant and wealthy relative. There is only one condition: he has to go and live for a year in "Home lux et vita", otherwise he will loose his inheritance. The home is a home for abandoned children and now this bachelor becomes the father to 40 children...
After a million sales of his best-selling records, this internationally acclaimed children's entertainer is all yours in concert with an irresistible program -- songs for singing, clapping, and moving -- featuring Raffi's inviting voice, 6-string guitar, and kazoo, supported by an active audience. 45 minutes of singalong fun for you and your loved ones. Singable Songs: - child tested, - for home and school, - great with a peanut-butter sandwich. Includes: Workin' On The Railroad, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Wheels On The Bus, Baby Beluga, Six Little Ducks, Shake My Sillies Out, and much more!
Bo Widerberg talks with actress Vanessa Redgrave about giving birth without painkillers and the Vietnam War.
This docudrama chronicles the life of a young girl and her brother who come from the Detroit "projects." The film examines how teachers and administrators at the Franklin Elementary School work with the children and their family to break the cycle of poverty.
Children Without Parents is a work of autobiographical fiction, where the filmmaker Casey Puccini explores his relationship with his brazen siblings in the days right after their father’s suicide. The orphaned adults soon enter into a match of emotional destruction, targeting each other’s insecurities, and channeling the worst of their posthumous father’s personality. Puccini plays himself in this heartfelt pre-enactment, revealing the destructive underbelly of family dynamics.
The story of Prof. Shaul Harel is the tale of resilience of all the hidden Jews in Belgium. This gentle film allows a peek at a very personal story which embodies the courage and perseverance of those who survived the Holocaust. The story of the Jewish community in Belgium has not been previously explored and in this touching film we meet adults who survived the war and went on to become successful –and even happy adults. A remarkable story told through the experiences of a remarkable man.
A funny adventures of a group of children, spending their holidays at the seaside.
In icy mid-winter Toronto, a group of pregnant women desperately strive to regain control of their lives. They have insurmountable forces against them: homelessness, drug addiction, violent relationships. But following these particular individuals are the attentive eyes of their guardian angels, the social workers of a unique public health initiative. If these expectant mothers can only manage to break free of the vicious cycles dogging their steps, they have a chance to keep their newborns.
Young and full of life, Murielle (Emilie Dequenne, Rosetta) has a promising future ahead of her when she meets and falls head over heels for Mounir (Tahar Rahim, A Prophet). A wedding soon follows, and the happy couple quickly set about preparing to make a family. However, with family come ties, and none come as tight as that between Mounir and his adoptive father (Niels Arestrup, A Prophet, Sarah's Key). As Murielle continues to bring new life into the family, frictions between Mounir and Doctor Pinget reach boiling point. Helpless to extract her husband and children from the wealthy nest that Doctor Pinget has provided for them, Murielle is drawn into an unhealthy family dynamic. There is only one way out of this nightmare, and for Murielle all sense of reasoning begins to abandon her.
Al Bundy is an unsuccessful middle aged shoe salesman with a miserable life and an equally dysfunctional family. He hates his job, his wife is lazy, his son is dysfunctional (especially with women), and his daughter is dim-witted and promiscuous.
Caroline Manzo ("Real Housewives of New Jersey") has a new show about the chaos of three adult children living in her -- and husband Albert's -- house. Despite being engaged, daughter Lauren has never left the Manzo household; sons Albie and Chris have returned home to save for a new apartment. Then Albie's girlfriend joins the group; Lauren tries to expand her business; Chris gets into messes -- it's hard for Caroline to handle. Sister-in-law Jacqueline, nearby, offers help, but caterer Albert focuses on more-productive activities.