Guilt and sexual jealousy are the main dynamics behind Skouen's gloomy and intense tale about Oddmund, a former Resistance leader who caused the death of 12 refugees during the war.
Time-lapsed film from the perspective of a train moving slowly down the railroad tracks.
Jack Terry is a master sound recordist who works on grade-B horror movies. Late one evening, he is recording sounds for use in his movies when he hears something unexpected through his sound equipment and records it. Curiosity gets the better of him when the media become involved, and he begins to unravel the pieces of a nefarious conspiracy. As he struggles to survive against his shadowy enemies and expose the truth, he does not know whom he can trust.
During a bitter family feud, Jodie Hatfield, and her boyfriend Ricky McCoy, decide to leave town to avoid being found out, but are soon caught in the act. Wanting vengeance, he seeks out the monster Pumpkinhead, and resurrects it seek revenge on the family. Despite being warned away by the ghost of Ed Harley, his vengeance plan starts out, and the Hatfield family is soon under siege by the powerful demon. Not accepting the legend of the creature and believing their arch-rivals are the real cause, the two families attempt to go to war, only to be stopped when Pumpkinhead attacks the Hatfield house. Putting aside their differences, they band together to stave off the creature before it's vengeance pact is completed.
When Zach brings along his thirsty, nosey roommate, Eduardo, to his basketball pick-up game with his straight best friend.. the outcome of the game takes an unexpected turn when Zach has to confront which team he is really on.
A frizzy-haired, pink-cheeked outcast named Spork navigates her way through the annals of junior high.
Giacinto lives with his wife, their ten children and various other family members in a shack on the hills of Rome. Some time ago he has lost his left eye while at work, and got a consistent sum of money from the insurance company, which he keeps hidden from the rest of the family. His whole life is now based on defending the money he sees as his own, while the rest of the family tries to kill him.
Adventurous comedy about a bunch of people hunting the winning lottery ticket.
A half-fiction half-documentary story about sport and it's importance in everyday life.
Rock Hudson is Roger Willoughby, a renowned fishing expert, who, unbeknownst to his friends, co-workers, or boss, has never cast a line in his life. One day, he crosses paths with Abigail Paige (Paula Prentiss), a sweetly annoying girl who has just badgered his boss into signing Roger up for an annual fishing tournament.
Lino lives in Turin with the family of his sister. He doesn't have a good job and never enough money. But in a day his life changes: he wins 1 billion dollars in a lottery and... everyone becomes a friend, the girl who he liked becomes his girlfriend and his sister begins to love him. He leaves Turin with his friend Parola and, in a Casino, he looses all money! But luck returns...
Rachel's life will never be the same: after being abducted, and forced into the world of high stakes betting, Rachel must decide to play, or be played. Could you inflict pain on another in order to survive? From director Craig McMahon (Machined) comes a look into the gentlemen's club SportKill.
In Northern England in the early 1960s, Frank Machin is mean, tough and ambitious enough to become an immediate star in the rugby league team run by local employer Weaver.
It's midnight in a graveyard. The principal characters are spooks, ghosts, bats, bells, and, at the end, the sun. As midnight strikes, 12 spooks appear, then two ghosts. They move to the music's rhythm. Against the black night, they are blue and yellow. Bats appear as does a xylophone of bones. Mist rises, spooks swirl. A bell tolls. The sky turns light blue, the ghosts' dance slows. Then black night returns bringing intimations of frenzy. Bones play snare drums; spooks peek out of square graves. Scary faces appear. Frenetic movement takes over. A rooster crows and all return to earth as the sun's light appears.
In the second animation film about Ploddy the Police Car, he stumbles on environmental criminals threatening rare animals when he is to meet the Crown princess. She's there to open a national with a majestic rare breeds of eagles. In the area there's been more and mare animals missing from the wildlife. Now Ploddy has to guard the eggs of the eagle, awaiting the eagle mother to come, while he investigates.
A lonely man dies. There’s no funeral: neither friends nor family show up. Municipal workers will take away and destroy all his possessions. Before his unusual house is emptied though, a series of strangers pay a visit, wondering who this man was and who they themselves are.
Five friends gather for a celebration that spins wildly out of control. Something goes terribly wrong. Next morning, national sports icon, swimmer Gulli Björns wakes up beside the naked body of a woman. No one knows who she is. No one knows where she comes from. Not his girlfriend. Nor his best buddy. No one remembers what happened. Now, as the questions fly fast and furious, Björns must wander through a mirrored maze of half-truth and full-blown lies to discover the shocking truth in a swirl of deception, manipulation and murder.
SportsCentury is an ESPN biography program that reviews the people and athletic events that defined sports in North America throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. In 1999, ESPN counted down the Top 50 Athletes of the 20th Century, selected from North American athletes and voted on by a panel of sports journalists and observers, premiering a new biography highlighting each top athlete every week throughout the year. The episodes for the top two athletes, Michael Jordan and Babe Ruth, appeared on a special combined edition broadcast on Christmas Day on ABC. The top two names were announced in no particular order, and the final positioning was announced at the conclusion of the two episodes. An additional list of numbers 51-100 were announced on the ESPN SportsCentury website. Themed specials such as Greatest Games, Greatest Coaches, Greatest Dynasties, and Most Influential Individuals were premiered throughout the year, as well as six SportsCenter of the Decade programs. After the initial run was complete, the episodes were rerun at various times on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN Classic. The original plan for the series was to expand to include #51-#100. Ultimately, the series featured nearly every athlete from #51-#100, and numerous other personalities, especially those who were recently deceased, or notable for more recent accomplishments.
The offbeat cast and crew of a sports news show as they deal with professional, personal, and ethical challenges while functioning in a pressure-cooker work environment.
A Question of Sport is a long-running BBC quiz show which started on 2 December 1968 and continues to this day. It is currently recorded at MediaCityUK in Salford Quays. It has been recorded in Manchester since the programme's inception at various studios including Dickenson Road Studios, then New Broadcasting House and was more recently shared between Granada Studios and BBC Television Centre, until moving full-time to MediaCityUK. It involves two teams of sports stars answering questions on their own and other sports. Each team has a resident captain, each of whom is joined by two stars of the sports world. Having run almost uninterrupted since 1970, the show is now Britain's longest continuously-running game show with 1000 episodes. On 8 January 2010 episode No. 885 was a celebration episode of A QoS's 40th birthday. The teams in the 1,000th episode which aired on 4 March 2013 which was won by Phil Tufnell were made up of current and former captains and comprised Bill Beaumont, Ally McCoist on Phil Tufnell's team and John Parrott and Willie Carson on Matt Dawson's team.
SportsNite is a daily primetime sports news program on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia. It airs every day at 6:00PM and 10:00PM.
SportsRise is a daily morning sports news program on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia. The program repeats every 30 minutes from 6:00AM to 11:00AM on weekdays and from 7:00AM to 10:00AM on weekends.
SportsDay is a Daily midday sports news program on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia. It airs weekdays from 12:00PM to 12:30PM.
SportsDesk is a former sports news television show that was shown every day on the New England Sports Network, USA. The last current primary anchors were Cole Wright and Jade McCarthy. Various reporters included Kathryn Tappen, Heidi Watney, Naoko Funayama, and Jayme Parker on a rare basis. Frequent guests included Tony Massarotti, Dana Barros, James Murphy, and Shalise Manza Young. Mike Adams stopped by to play "Take It Or Leave It."
Sportsworld was an Australian Sunday morning sports information program shown on Seven Network. The program was broadcast from 9.00am - 11.00am following Weekend Sunrise on a Sunday morning, from Seven's Martin Place streetfront studios in Sydney. Prior to its final format, Sportsworld had usually been shown on Sunday mornings since its debut in the 1990s. Its host then was Bruce McAvaney. It was then revamped to a sport panel show in which Johanna Griggs hosted alongside Paul Salmon out of Seven Melbourne. In 2004, it was revamped into a chat style show with Johanna Griggs and Sandy Roberts. Matthew White replaced Roberts in late 2004. The program's final season was 2006; it was not renewed due to budget concerns and time constraints due to AFL and V8 Supercars.
Sportsworld is an United States sports anthology series which aired on NBC on Saturday afternoons from 1978 until 1992.
SportsCentre is a daily sports news television program, and the flagship program of the Canadian sports specialty channel TSN. The program airs several times daily on TSN, TSN2, and occasionally on sister broadcast network CTV.
BBC Alba has the rights to various sporting events, which it covers in the medium of Scottish Gaelic and under the umbrella of its Spòrs sports television programme. The programme is entirely in Scottish Gaelic apart from some interviews which are conducted in English. The programme is usually shown on Saturday evenings, although for live coverage of events this will tend to be at other times.
SportsCenterU is the college version of ESPN's flagship program SportsCenter which airs exclusively on ESPNU. The college sports news and highlight show focuses on reports of the day from men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletics including football, basketball, softball, baseball, lacrosse, volleyball, wrestling, and hockey. Originally planned as a daily program, SportsCenterU primarily airs Thursdays-Saturdays during the college football season, and after ESPN's Saturday Primetime college basketball games; it also airs before and after major events, such as conference championship games and national championships. Most selection specials, such as the ones for the NCAA Division 1 softball tournament, and men's lacrosse tournament, are aired under the SportsCenterU banner.
Sportsround was a weekly spin-off from CBBC children's news programme Newsround. The sports magazine show was broadcast Friday evenings at 6:30pm on CBBC Channel and on Saturday mornings on BBC Two at 7.25am. Sportsround was the only sports television show in the UK that was specifically aimed at children. First broadcast in 2005, Sportsround was a well-known children's show - regularly having big names on the show, including David Beckham, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Frank Lampard. The final episode aired on 11 December 2010. It was replaced by a new sports show, Match of the Day Kickabout, which airs in Sportsround's original BBC Two slot on Saturday mornings.
SportsCafe is a New Zealand Sports TV show. The shows original run was hosted by Lana Coc-Kroft, Marc Ellis, Leigh Hart, Graeme Hill, Ric Salizzo and reporter Eva Evguenieva. In 2001 Leigh Hart was added to the cast under his persona of 'That Guy'. The show first screened on New Zealand television in 1996 on Sky Sport, however those without a Sky subscription could view Sports Cafe without a UHF Sky Decoder by tuning their TV to the Sky Sport UHF channel, as the signal was not scrambled during this show. In 2002, Sports Cafe moved to Sky 1 and in 2003 to TV2. It featured interviews with current sports stars and comical skits about sports. Each episode lasted 60 minutes, including commercials. The show was pulled at the end of 2005 after the 'Celebrity Drug Scandal' but it is understood that this was not the reason for the show going off the air. The grand final screened November 23rd, 2005 and at the end of the show the presenters actually destroyed the set on the air, as The Exponents played their hit song "Why Does Love Do This To Me?". On Sunday June 22nd, 2008 it was announced in the Herald on Sunday newspaper that SportsCafe would return for a final season, to begin on July 9th, 2008. The show featured most of the original cast, and aired on Wednesday nights at 9.30pm on TV2.
SportsCenter is a daily sports news television program, and the flagship program of American cable and satellite television network ESPN since the network's launch on September 7, 1979. Originally broadcast only daily, SportsCenter is now shown up to twelve times a day, replaying the day's scores and highlights from major sporting events, along with commentary, previews and feature stories. The show has aired more than 50,000 unique episodes, more than any other program on American television, and is shot in ESPN's high definition studio facilities in Bristol, Connecticut and Los Angeles, California.
Sportscene is the name of a range of Scottish sports television programmes produced by BBC Scotland. Its main anchors are David Currie and Jonathan Sutherland. Previous Sportscene presenters include Rob MacLean, Alison Walker, Richard Gordon, Dougie Donnelly, Archie Macpherson, Gordon Hewitt, Hazel Irvine, Jill Douglas, Mark Souster and Jim Craig. Recent notable events covered by Sportscene include Celtic's run to the UEFA Cup Final in the 2002-03 season, Scotland's 2006 Six Nations triumph over England and the finale to the 2002-03 Scottish Premier League season.
Sportsnight was a midweek BBC television sports programme that ran from 1968 until 1997.