An Inland Empire-esque tribute to the golden age of Egyptian cinema and the contaminating power of films
A cantankerous widower (Garner) who is virtually living the life of a recluse is forced to rejoin his community when his Godchild (Skaggs) gets in trouble and a childhood friend (Cobbs), a black tenant farmer, refuses to belatedly accept a Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery in World War II.
In hopes of winning a home decoration competition, the overbearing Mrs. Foster employs two men to repaint her flat. The kids volunteer to decorate the neighbouring flat of the elderly sisters. The front door keys are mixed up...
The world is a wonderful stage, but its characters are disgraceful.
A bee is flying among Donald's flowers when he notices a veritable paradise of flowers in the guise of wallpaper Donald is hanging. The bee is rather frustrated when he is unable to stay on the flowers so Donald has some fun with the bee tormenting him with the fake flowers. The bee gets his revenge when Donald is accidentally pasted to the ceiling by the wallpaper making him an easy target for the bee's stinger.
Ever wonder how Disney transforms their parks and cruise ships overnight with spooky decorations for Halloween? Freeform’s “Decorating Disney: Halloween Magic” takes you on a behind the scenes tour on how Halloween “spirits” spread throughout Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, and Disney Cruise Line. Meet the Disney cast members that bring the frightful fun to life with pumpkins, ghosts, and ghoulish delights around every corner of these magical destinations. Cierra Ramirez from Freeform’s ‘The Fosters’ and upcoming series “Good Trouble,” hosts this “spook-tacular” special and gives you insider tips for how to make the most of Halloween Time fun.
About a tall, chain-smoking con man and a short, bulbous patsy of a man.
Jimmy Aubrey comedy produced by Vitagraph.
Max is late for his own wedding, and, worse yet, has no shoes.
Academy Award-Winning Actress and "The View" Co-Host Whoopi Goldberg Reveals Disney Holiday Secrets in Freeform's "Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic".
The decorations are up! The White House is ready to celebrate! Wishing you a Merry Christmas & joyous holiday season!
Video essay on John Ford's Fort Apache
When Daniel and Isabelle invite Patrick and his new flame, Emma, to dinner, it’s with some misgivings. After all, Patrick has just dumped his ex-wife — their best friend — to run off with a much younger woman. But when the ravishing Emma appears, all of Daniel’s qualms fly out of the window. He’s instantly smitten with the seductive woman...
Archival interview with Marc Frédérix about his work on Max Ophuls' 1953 film THE EARRINGS OF MADAME DE...
In an archival interview filmed in 1989, Robert Christidès discusses his work on Max Ophuls' 1952 film LE PLAISIR.
In the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea, the Enga people have developed the art of body decoration as a visual language. Using earth paints, tree oils, bird plumes, human hair, and a variety of plants, the Enga turn the body into a medium for an expressive and dramatic symbolism. This film shows the diverse forms of body art in both daily life and ritual in Enga village society.
Arrival by car - The ceremony decorations - The output of the Chamber of Commerce.
"This documentary depicts a canoe being built in the traditional manner. Cesar Newashish, a 67-year-old Attikamek of the Manawan Reserve North of Montréal, uses only birchbark, cedar splints, spruce roots, and gum. With a sure hand he works methodically to fashion a craft unsurpassed in function or beauty of design. Building a canoe solely from the materials that the forest provides may become a lost art, even among the Native Peoples whose traditional craft it is. The film is free of spoken commentary but text appears on the screen in Cree, French, and English." - Anthology Film Archives
How Not to Decorate is a television series which aired from 1 August 2004 to 27 April 2006 on Five in the United Kingdom. Designers Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan helped redecorate notoriously ugly or unstylish homes, in a format similar to the What Not to Wear series. The series centred heavily around McAllister and Ryan's trademark banter and fussiness.
Million Dollar Decorators is an American reality documentary television series on Bravo. The series premiered on May, 31, 2011.
Interior designer Donna Moss and her team give credence to the notion that everything's bigger in Texas as they undertake dramatic room makeovers in some of the most fabulous homes in the Dallas area.
The Decorating Adventures of Ambrose Price is a Canadian reality television series, which airs on HGTV in Canada and Logo in the United States. The series stars Ambrose Price, an interior decorator from Fortune, Newfoundland and Labrador, in a series of design challenges. Price was previously a contestant on HGTV's Designer Superstar Challenge in 2006. Although he did not win, that show's producers felt that he possessed star potential — Xtra!, Canada's LGBT newspaper, calls him "a down-home, straight-talking, flamboyantly gay Newfoundlander version of Martha Stewart" — and created a new series for him. Although Price is already a working interior designer, each episode of the show gives him a design challenge outside of his established skill set, such as flower arrangement, cake decorating, event planning, home staging or drapery design, and depicts the process of Price learning how to complete the task and having his work evaluated by professionals in the field. The series debuted on HGTV in January 2009, and on Logo on October 5, 2009. Season 2 began to air in January 2011 in Canada. Price won a Gemini Award for "Best Host in a Lifestyle Program" at the 2009 Gemini Awards. It was his first nomination and win.
Team Jonathan vs. Team Drew. The Brothers get two teams built of various skills (contractors, designers, realtors) & have a series of competitions, each week sending home a competitor. The final man (or woman) standing takes the title of Brother vs. Brother.