An epic love story centered around an older man who reads aloud to a woman with Alzheimer's. From a faded notebook, the old man's words bring to life the story about a couple who is separated by World War II, and is then passionately reunited, seven years later, after they have taken different paths.
Sarah, Sreedevi and Pooja are best friends who are studying in the same school. However, problems start brewing in their lives when Sreedevi gets pregnant.
An ex-army officer, Kabir, becomes a teacher in Kashmir in a school that is in a miserable condition. Things take a turn when Kabir finds a notebook, left behind by the previous year's teacher Firdaus.
Laura has spent years looking for her sister Sara who went missing in the depths of the jungle in the Congo. Neither the NGO she works for, nor the embassy, have news on her whereabouts until a photo appears of Sara in a mining town. Apparently, Sara is being held captive by The Hawk, the fearsome rebel leader who controls the mafias behind the prized mineral coltan.
Considered one of the finest late Naruses and a model of film biography, A Wanderer’s Notebook features remarkable performances by Hideko Takamine – Phillip Lopate calls it “probably her greatest performance” – and Kinuyo Tanaka as mother and daughter living from hand to mouth in Twenties Tokyo. Based on the life and career of Fumiko Hayashi, the novelist whose work Naruse adapted to the screen several times, A Wanderer’s Notebook traces her bitter struggle for literary recognition in the first half of the twentieth century – her affairs with feckless men, the jobs she took to survive (peddler, waitress, bar maid), and her arduous, often humiliating attempts to get published in a male-dominated culture.
An anthology of seven short, experimental films.The films reflect the filmmaker's obsession with daydreaming in the work he's created over 40 years.
A diligent mother who runs a side-dish store keeps calling her son, a part time teacher, incompetent. The son resents his mother’s prickliness, but he isn’t very sweet to her either. One day, all of a sudden, his mother gets dementia.
A record of a journey through Italy, filmed in 1967.
An abstract journalistic collage that archives the month of October, 2017.
In 1984 Jørgen Leth, cinematographer Dan Holmberg and sound recordist Niels Torp travelled some 6,000 kilometres by train through China. The result is a very calm, beautifully perceived travelogue borne by unprejudiced curiosity and observational ability.
A high-school girl recalls the events of the last summer of her life. Mainly, her relationship with an autistic fellow class member. A parody of the major tropes usually found in high-school level student films; including the cinematography and editing style, plot structure and production value.
From the Notebook Of... was shot in Florence and takes as its point of departure Leonardo da Vinci's notebooks and Paul Valéry's essay on da Vinci's process. These two elements suggest an implicit comparison between the treatment of space in Renaissance art and the moving image. The film marks a critical development in the artist's work in that he repeatedly employs a series of rapid pans and upward tilts along the city's buildings or facades, often integrating glimpses of his own face. As Beavers notes in his writing on the film, the camera movements are tied to the filmmakers' presence and suggests his investigative gaze.
A woman walks into a video store and makes a sad, strange request.
Japanese comedy film.
Fellini discusses his views of making motion pictures and his unorthodox procedures. He seeks inspiration in various out of the way places. During this film viewers go with him to the Colisseum at night, on a subway ride past Roman ruins, to the Appian Way, to a slaughterhouse, and on a visit to Marcello Mastroianni's house. Fellini also is seen in his own office interviewing a series of unusual characters seeking work or his help.
Film Notebook Part 1 from 1975 is a beautiful collection of daily fragments which Keller shot from her life the way one would write in a journal. She documents the world around her in a spontaneous home movie fashion then employs meticulous editing, making subtly poetic connections between shots and throughout the film.
Fourth installment in the "Achako's Notebook of Youth" series.
In a village on the Hungarian border, two young brothers grow up during war time with their cruel grandmother and must learn every trick of evil to survive in the absurd world of adults.
A young doctor who has graduated at the top of his class from the Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry is thrust out into an isolated and impoverished country side as the village's only doctor. As he learns to adapt to his new lifestyle, he develops a morphine addiction to stay his sanity while realizing what being a doctor in the real world means.
Reporter's Notebook is an investigative news magazine television show in the Philippines hosted by senior reporters Jiggy Manicad and Maki Pulido and broadcast journalist Rhea Santos. It is broadcast every Tuesday evening on GMA Network.
Ginza is a night town filled with ambition and burning desire… How does a plain bank clerk embezzle an enormous amount of money and jump into the underground world? What is her ultimate goal? Her greatest weapon is a black leather-bound notebook.
The story of how a bank clerk becomes a Ginza nightclub owner.
Poetry lovers, defenders of good taste, dear hunters... you are here at home! Find Benoit Poelvorde at the top of his madness in the complete "Carnets de Mr Manatane". More than 7 hours of knowing how to live (or die) by Mr Manatane!