At the age of 8, Ennio Morricone dreams of becoming a doctor.
But his father decides that he will be a trumpet player, like him.
From the music conservatory to the Oscar for best composer, the itinerary of one of the greatest musicians of the 20th century.
In a remote himalayan region, the villagers of Maikot are preparing for the harvest of a mysterious aphrodisiac caterpillar-mushroom worth more than gold. Lalita, a young mother, had to let go of her dreams after getting married because of the social pressures of her community. As the whole village departs to the mountains, she joins the journey to the high-altitude pasturelands in hope of providing a better life for her family through the hazardous harvest of the rare mushroom. Set against the backdrop of stunning mountainous landscapes, the film presents an intimate and humane portrait of characters that put everything on the line for a chance to ascend to greener pastures. Will the harvest be good this year?
After almost 2 years - The Room gang is back for another LIVE screening of the timeless classic of THE ROOM!!
Who would've known that in 2003 when the greatest movie of all time came out that we would be screening it to this day and especially during these times eh?
Well, we are so get ready because Johnny is back and he's ready to take on everybody!
The Globe and Mail presents the most creative commercials from around the world.
Presented annually since 1954, the Cannes Lions are the most prestigious international creative communications awards in the advertising and communication industry.
Don't miss some of the world's most entertaining , inspirational and humorous commercials from around the world, including a selection of bronze, silver, gold and grand prix winners from the past year.
The program presented brings together the thirteen winners of the Film Craft category, and the thirty-four winners of the Film category.
Writing instructor Charlie never seems to have his webcam enabled while teaching online. He makes excuses and is so good-natured that no one makes a fuss, but the real reason for his invisibility is his appearance. Charlie weighs 600 pounds. His obesity starts to pose a grave threat to his health and his friend Liz, a nurse, begs him to check into a hospital, but also recognizes that it might be more important to simply offer support.
Charlie’s current status quo is upended by the return of his long-estranged adolescent daughter, Ellie, though her willingness to resume a relationship seems prompted as much by Charlie’s offers to ghostwrite her school essays as it is by her sense of familial loyalty. Meanwhile, Charlie receives visits from a door-to-door evangelist who engages him in a dialogue about redemption that, despite Charlie’s lack of religious inclination, proves surprisingly resonant. Can any of these folks, regardless of their personal agendas, serve as the lifeline to self-acceptance that Charlie so urgently needs?
Screenwriter Samuel D. Hunter, here adapting his own play, has already proved himself a compassionate chronicler of offbeat characters with the FX series Baskets. With THE WHALE — the title a reference to Moby Dick, Charlie’s favourite book — Hunter has given us a story that fuses love, grief, and discomfort as a zigzag path to empathy.
EVER DEADLY weaves concert footage with stunning sequences filmed on location in Nunavut, seamlessly bridging landscapes, stories and songs with pain, anger and triumph—all through the expressions of Tanya Tagaq, one of the most innovative musical performers of our time.