The bell has just rung! School is over. It’s a beautiful day. It’s the last day of school. It’s the first day of summer vacation! Five boys are at the end of an era. It’s all “too perfect”. Unbeknownst to all of them, this will be the last day of their innocence..
The extraordinary story of a group of twenty-somethings who seized the streets of New York, transforming the meaning of comedy, performance and art through forming “Improv Everywhere,” a prank collective ten years in the making.
An interactive horror experience in which viewers explore the contents of a DVD and unravel a harrowing story along the way.
Peanut Big Top has a really big surprise to share with all her Lalaloopsy friends, but Pillow Featherbed has gone missing. So the Lalaloopsy girls set out on an adventure, along with their pets, to find their friend. With lots of unexpected surprises and challenges, including an impending thunderstorm, the girls use creativity and their special talents, but nothing seems to work. Will they be able to find Pillow in time to see Peanut’s exciting surprise? After trying almost everything, the girls realize that working together may be the only way to find their lost friend. This magical adventure is full of fun and friendship and it’s just sew cute!
A British car racer meets a suicidal woman while in Istanbul for the Gumball Rally.
An unlucky babysitter meets the family uncle- recently presumed dead.
In the winter of 2002, over 300 bodies were discovered strewn about the property of the Tri-State Crematory in Noble, GA, in various stages of decay. “Sahkanaga” imagines this event from the perspective of a teenager who discovers the first body. Filmed on location in Walker County, GA, with a cast of non-professional actors, some of whom had direct connections to the real-life scandal, “Sahkanaga” observes a tight-knit community on the brink of a terrible tragedy and their efforts to make sense of the unknowable.
‘The Shadow of the Sun’ draws upon Derek Jarman’s interest with alchemical processes as a metaphor for reprocessing Super-8 film. Jarman once described film’s union of light and matter as “an alchemical conjunction” and experimented throughout his career with creating dream symbolism through the superimposition of image and action. Originally called English Apocalypse, the film’s final title is derived from a 17th Century alchemical text that used the phrase as a synonym for the philosopher’s stone – the highly sought substance that turns base metals into gold and silver. The film was intended as a step toward the idea of an ambient video, that like its musical counterpart, was designed to enhance an environment.
Adam Manish is a bizarre young man who believes that some people are trying to kill him due to his special born gifts.
Telling the incredible life story of one of Britain’s most successful athletes and arguably our country’s greatest ever Olympian, Mo Farah opens the doors to his home and gives us a personal insight into his life, enabling us to see a side of him never seen before. Join Mo, his family, and his team in the build up to and throughout the Rio Olympic Games, looking back over his career and remarkable personal journey from Somalia to four-time GB Olympic Champion. Mo reflects on the most memorable, emotional and impactful moments of his life, with contributions from his closest family, friends and sporting peers including Usain Bolt, Thierry Henry, Lord Sebastian Coe, Halie Gebreselassie, Alberto Salazar and Tania Farrah.