Taking Off! is the debut release of The Wiggles new line-up! It's all systems go as Anthony, Emma, Lachy and Simon release their first exciting sounds with 20 tracks of Wiggly fun! You've got a passport to fun as Blue Wiggle Anthony Field, The Wiggles music producer for 21 years, continues to produce the sounds that have engaged children around the world for decades. "It was so much fun working with Simon, Emma and Lachy," he enthuses. "And their enthusiasm is palpable." So what are you waiting for? The air traffic controllers of fun have given this album the seal of approval. The Wiggles are Taking Off! on an exciting musical adventure!
A wife nursing her terminally ill husband finds herself falling for his friend.
Taking Liberties Since 1997is a documentary film about the erosion of civil liberties in the United Kingdom and increase of surveillance under the government of Tony Blair. It was released in the UK on 8th June 2007. The director, Chris Atkins, said on 1 May that he wanted to expose "the Orwellian state" that now threatened Britain as a result of Mr Blair's policies.
In New York, armed men hijack a subway car and demand a ransom for the passengers. Even if it's paid, how could they get away?
Red-hot actor/comedian Cedric the Entertainer stars in his first solo HBO special, a no-holds-barred 60-minute routine performed in front of a live audience at The Wiltern, the venerable Los Angeles theater. Spiced by several song-and-dance numbers featuring a smokin' band and sexy group of dancers he calls the 'Cedibles,' the special highlights Cedric's hilarious takes on fame, TV, rap music, sports, diets, plastic surgery, gay marriage, church socials, meeting the President (not the new one, but the one we like), $5,000-a-plate dinners, Afghanistan, Osama Bin Laden, suicide bombers, gas prices, Halloween, Latin music and more.
Betty brings home a cat as a playmate for her pet puppy, Pudgy. The cat manages to get Pudgy blamed for all his misbehaviour.
Almost 200 women file by a device on the wall from which they take their time checks. A man runs half-way across the screen at the end of the film.
Over the years, Raul Ries, a military veteran (US Marine Corps) has reached out to those who are serving or have served in our armed forces. He has spoken to countless men and women from various theaters of military conflict, after their return home. In 2006, 40 years after fighting in the jungles of Vietnam, Ries experienced flashbacks for the first time. Subsequently, he found three of the men closest to him, who fought alongside of him in the Marine Corps unit ALPHA 1/7, and have suffered the consequences. Together again, they are taking the hill and finding healing.
This short film tells the story of Isaci Etidloie, a man well-known in the Arctic for his pedigree and prowess in shaping old rocks. His creations often serve to recount taboo stories and Inuit myths.
President McKinley taking the Oath.
Some old houses have secrets. Dark secrets that bleed into the very soul of its foundations. For young Isobel and her Grandmother, they discover through the course of one eerie night, that some secrets weren't meant to be unraveled. Isobel, whose seems to have an uncanny bond with whatever spirits inhabit their old mansion, learns that even the very place they call home will do anything to tear their love apart. Some secrets weren't meant to be revealed. Not by little girls. So sweet... so innocent... Little girls don't even know when or where to run. That's what they're counting on. They're coming...and they're taking...
Take a trip to Horseland, a giant ranch where horse lovers join together for fun and adventure in this animated television series. After skipping practice sessions, overconfident Alma gets an unpleasant surprise in the fence-jumping event in "Win Some, Lose Some." Then, in "Fire, Fire Burning Bright," Chloe and Zoey don't take their responsibilities seriously on a trail ride, and their actions lead to consequences that put everyone in danger.
Relive Celine's record breaking tour with the 'Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert'. Surrounded by musicians and dancers, Celine performs her greatest hits on stage. From the energetic opening track "I Drove All Night" to the moving and emotional grand finale ballad "My Heart Will Go On", it's the concert event you'll want to watch and listen to again and again. A full 80 minutes of Celine belting out 25 incredible performance. This was recorded during a Boston concert in August 2008. This concert shows once again that Celine is a true show-woman - on stage, she gives herself entirely to her audience.
A high society wedding, bustling city streets, a center for former child soldiers, a nightclub full of music and laughter: these are the many faces of today's Uganda, as wonderfully captured by filmmaker Kimi Takesue. Whether exploring the pulsating energy of the city or contemplating quiet moments in the country, her artful camera compositions and the lyrical pacing of the film allow us to truly engage and process the foreign land on our own terms. Documenting Uganda while it deals with day-to-day realities and the aftermath of its civil wars, Takesue, well aware of her perspective as an outsider, strives for simple, unadorned honesty. Employing a largely observational style, Takesue allows the sight and sounds-and the people-of Uganda to speak for themselves. Usually the people she records simply ignore the camera, but when someone does engage-whether it's a group of school children...
A documentary on the curious American domestic terrorist group, infamous for the 1974 kidnapping of Patty Hearst.
Mike comes home on leave from Ulster. After six years in the Army he has to decide whether to sign up again or not. His parents want him to leave the army and come home, but the family flare-ups and bickerings are not conducive to helping him choose.
Using his failed attempts at creating profitable stock footage, a filmmaker reflects on the absurd, mundane and funny side of being trapped inside your own head as an out of work, self-employed freelancer.
Benjamin Franklin helps a rebel leader in her fight for America's independence in 1778.
“Taking Shelter” is a feature film made of other feature films - Canadian feature films. Over 400 Canuck flicks from the 1970s and 1980s - the notorious ‘tax shelter’ or ‘springtime for Hitler’ era - will be broken down and recombined into a new, single storyline, in which aliens posing as Americans invade Canada and conspire to turn the lives of everyday people into cinema! Hilarious, compelling, tightly edited fragments of countless forgotten science fiction, horror, docudrama, romance and action films will splinter, recombine and transform before the eyes of the viewer. “Taking Shelter” is an unprecedented and groundbreaking experiment in ‘fair use’ found-footage cinema.
Picture Taking is focused on "verticality" and urban sightseeing as well as on some of the pictorial possibilities of the HD digital format.