I just submitted Al Filo Del Terror (1992) but I submitted pictures that I had not yet edited to fit the requirements here they are:
A Millionaire for Christy (1951, George Marshall)
Tim Van Patten, David Nutter , Jeremy Podeswa, Graham Yost, Carl Franklin and Tony To
1996, Red Braddock
Nora-neko rokku: Mashin animaru (Stray Cat Rock: Machine Animal)
Dir. Yasuharu Hasebe
Nora-neko rokku: Wairudo janbo (Stray Cat Rock: Wild Jumbo)
Dir. Toshiya Fujita
The Opening Day of Close-Up (Il Giorno Della Prima di Close Up)
dir. Nanni Moretti
At his cinema in Rome, the Nuovo Sacher, Nanni Moretti axiously oversees prepatations for the premiere of the film Close-Up, by Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami. Meanwhile, Disney’s The Lion King is taking Italy by storm.
dir. Tom Tykwer
Dir. Yam Laranas
Dir. Crisaldo Paldo
Dir. Alejandro ‘Bong’ Ramos
Dir. Chito S. Rono
Dir. Joyce Bernal
Dir. Mel Chionglo
Dir. Crisaldo Paldo
Dir.Alejandro ‘Bong’ Ramos
Dir. Monti Parugao
dir. Jan Kounen
The first short film from Jan Kounen is a wild broomstick ride around the cityscapes of Paris.
Fatso (1980 United States)
dir. Shane Davey
A documentary about the history of housing in Tower Hamlets. Using rarely seen archive footage and interviews with former and current residents, architects, artists and historians, the film charts the development of housing in the East End. With the slum clearances of the 19th century and the post-war reconstruction of the Blitz-damaged borough, the film charts the impact on the lives of local families. The 14th Floor is a unique testament to the impact that social housing has had on the communities abd he landscape of East London.
Beauty and Brains
dir. Catherine Donaldson
1h 23 min
To be third-gender in Nepal means a choice of three careers: giving blessing at weddings, begging or prostitution. Known as the Meti community, they are excluded from family and school, and prey to security forces, blackmail and sexual abuse. However, as Nepal attempts to write a new constitution there is a chance of change. In order to be heard above the clamour and civil unrest, the third-genders with Sunil Pant and the Blue Diamond Society embarked on the Beauty and Brains Talent Contest. This is the story of a community gaining the confidence to finally confront the years of deeply rooted prejudice.
Children of the revolution
dir. Shane O’Sullivan
1h 33 min
Ulrike Meinhof and Fusako Shigenobu were two women who emerged from the student revolutions of 1968 to become the leading female revolutionaries of their time. Appalled by the killing in Vietnam, they set out to destroy capitalist power through world revolution, as leaders of the Baader Meinhof Group and the Japanese Red Army respectively.
This documentary introduces us to their daughters who provide us with a unique perspective on two of the most notorious “terrorists” in contemporary history. May and Bettina emerged from difficult childhoods to lead their own extraordinary lives. With capitalism once more in crisis, they face up to their mother’s actions and we ask: What were they fighting for and what have we learned?
East End Lives 3
dirs. Phil Maxwell & Hazuan Hashim
The third in a series of documentaries about the East End by local filmmakers Phil Maxwell & Hazuan Hashim. East End Lives 3 explores change through the eyes of Bow residents Julie and Debbie; their recollections take us from the Ocean Estate, Central Foundaton School onto the first Virgin Atlantic flight from Heathrow to New York. The couple were founding members of the vocal band the Mint Juleps. Their music accompanies a lyrical collage of the East End that explores the architectural and social change that has occurred in the last 30 years.
dir. Ray Brady
1h 34 min
Three people meet and become friends in London. Two of them form a relationship in turns loving and destructive. But the death of one of them forces the others to reassess their lives as they are left with the repercussions; blame, guilt, self-doubt, and thoughts of the futility of their own existence. But they must allow themselves redemption to keep on living.
Living Like a Common Man
dirs. Sanderien Vertsappen, Isabelle Makay, Mario Rutten
Youngsters in developing countries all over the world dream of going to the West. They hope to earn money and get overseas experience to improve their positions at home. But once they arrive, they end up in low-status jobs and living crammed into small houses with other newly arrived migrants.
This documetary follows the daily life in one such house in East London. The bunker beds are filled with young Indians, all from relatively wealthy families in Gujarat. When they return to visit India, their families have great expectations of their sons and daughters. Will these youngsters fulfil their own and their families’ dreams?