The memory of a person, or the memory of a place (Rhys Graham).
A young drifter meets up with a strange old man who claims that he has been taught to fly by birds
Making-of documentary for Lucrecia Martel's Zama. Tracks director Manuel Abramovich's attempts to get Martel to let him film her in production.
Light Years brings together a series of short films made on 8mm between 1968 and 1987 to create a single diary film in 25 sections with its own narrative arc as a bildungsroman or story of self-education.
A subtly nuanced drama that explores the toll that physical and mental illness can have on a family.
LIGHT YEARS is a collage film and a journey through the Swedish landscape, traversing stellar distances in units of 5878 trillion miles. It is a film acutely in the present reflecting our temporal existence ... continuous and imperfect
"The film starts with a shot of a cassette recorder, and it has a juke box in it. There’s always music in it. When I was asked by some critics at a festival press conference what the film was all about, I said 'it’s about the song All Along The Watchtower, and the film is about what happens and what changes depending on whether the song is sung by Bob Dylan or by Jimi Hendrix.'" Well, both versions of the song appear in the film, and everybody thought I was pretty arrogant to explain the story this way. But the film really is about the difference between the Dylan version of All Along the Watchtower, and the Jimi Hendrix Version. One is at the beginning and one is at the end." – Wim Wenders
Macarena (8) and Perla (6), two sisters, whom after the sudden death of their parents, embark on a journey in search of Virgin Mary in an attemp to bring them back. The physical and emotional journey of both sisters reaches a new meaning when Macarena finds herself confronting the acceptance of her new reality.
Astronomer David Summers (Christopher Knight) has just discovered the Dream Galaxy, and with it, Misty (Meadow Williams) -- the girl of his dreams. Also featuring Eric Roberts, Hal Linden, Adrianne Curry and Barry Van Dyke.
Traversing stellar distances continues.
Digipack edition of “10,000 Light Years Ago” includes a 35 minute DVD featuring an exclusive interview with John Lodge, some candid footage of a studio tracking session for the album and a bonus album promotional video trailer
René Laloux, created Gandahar, his final animated feature film. Based on Jean-Pierre Andrevon’s novel Les Hommes-machines contre Gandahar (The Machine-Men versus Gandahar) This fascinating adult animation combines Laloux’s famous imagination with that of animation designer Philippe Caza. “My quest began with a riddle. ‘In a thousand years, Gandahar was destroyed, and and all its people massacred. A thousand years ago, Gandahar will be saved, and what can’t be avoided will be.” -Sylvain. This film is set on the planet Gandahar where peace reigns and poverty is unknown. The utopian lifestyle is upset by reports of people at the outlying frontiers being turned to stone. Sent to investigate, Prince Sylvain (John Shea) crashes and is rescued by the Deformed, hideous genetic experiments gone wrong and left to fend for themselves. With their help, Sylvain discovers that the Metamorphosis, a gigantic brain also created in an experiment, is trying to destroy Gandahar.
The story revolves around a computing major named Li Yu Chen who is adept at solving problems using probability. He is extremely intelligent, kind-hearted and helpful but he comes off a bit uncaring and cold. He meets Xia Xiao Ci, a cheerful girl from an ordinary family and they start out with an immediate dislike for each other.
DI Group’s board member Ding Wen Xiao (Jevon Wang) works hard for the company to be listed in order to fulfill his promise to his father. After many years of preparations, he has almost reached his goal. The success of the upcoming fashion show with DI’s chief designer Mu Ling Shan (Lee Hsin Ai)’s creations will decide upon the company’s fate. But things don’t go as planned. Wen Xiao’s life becomes intertwined with dressmaker Yan Xia (Fei Xing) who owns her own little shop named “The Faded Light Years” in a fisher village. With Yan Xia by his side, betrayals and grudges surface and a conspiracy is uncovered. To Wen Xiao, Yan Xia is like the blazing sun who guides him through the haze.