A family living on a farm finds mysterious crop circles in their fields which suggests something more frightening to come.
Where do you find love? Sometimes all you need is a sign.
In Russia’s Republic of Tatarstan a city of the future is being built. Named Innopolis, it was officially opened in 2015 and is the first new town to be built in Russia since the collapse of the USSR. The best IT specialists travel there from all over the country to create a new community. But those who work in the town’s service industry are ordinary inhabitants of the neighbouring villages: Pustiye Morkvashi and Vostochnaya Zvezda. What is this juxtaposition like: the new world and the old world? Perhaps, despite the apparent differences, these worlds are identical in their essence?
Jimmy Smits leads an all-star ensemble including Diane Lane, Adrian Pasdar, William Devane, Laura San Giacomo and Bradley Whitford in a film that's as fascinating and fast-paced as the medical profession it explores. Third year med school means too much work, too little respect, and striving to impress the chief of surgery (Smits). When Michael (Pasdar) falls in love in fellow student Gina (Lane), whose boyfriend is a resident, he risks his entire future. As the pressure mounts and the emergencies continue nonstop, Michael and Gina learn whether or not they have what it takes to save lives.
signs is a sobering continuation of Benning’s career-long interest with the written word as image, text as vision: a silent parade of stills showing dozens of cardboard signs asking for money, food, and kindness.
A mother and her two sons have waited for ten years for her husband and their father to return. One day a stranger arrives and approaches them.
Directed by Ahmad Mahir.
Drama. The closing of a small shipbuilder in New England places stresses on the people involved.
Produced while the Black Audio Film Collective were undergraduates, Expeditions 1 – Signs of Empire is the first of a two-part 35mm slide-tape text entitled Expeditions; part two is entitled Images of Nationality. The work toured England from November 1984 to March 1985, using a Kodak dissolve unit to sequence images into narrative. The soundtrack to Signs of Empire, which consisted of tape loops of musique concrete and political speeches, was amplified to create a powerful environment of dread.
Centers on an inveterate twenty-something slacker who stumbles into a career as a crime scene cleaner, only to find himself entangled with a murder mystery, a femme fatale and the loose ends of his own past.
1980 Czech experimental short by Petr Skala
Survival Signs deals with the problem of language as an organ of taste, cause of the loss of paradise and instrument of language. It leased men to build the Tower of Babel to reach heaven and surpass God, after which God punished them by destroying their unity. By using electronic language, echographical and televised images, Survival Signs dismantles the loss of the power of understanding and communication of language. As an example, the video presents the fight for survival or Iraqi children deprived of food - a way of cutting off their tongues. And what forbidden fruit had they tasted? What language would we like them to speak? That of having or that or being? Or, do we simply hope that they die without uttering a word?
After the death of his fiancée's daughter while in his care, a deaf man shuts himself off from the world. Haunted by memories, it is only through new friendship that he can learn to forgive, love, and reconnect.
Choosing Signs is a multi-award winning comedy about an American woman who follows the signs of the Universe all the way to Ireland, only to discover that when it comes to love, the Universe may not always be on her side.
Chris intends to leave the village where he lives, aware that he will have to face Those We Don't Speak Of. Short film inspired by M. Night Shyamalan's The Village.
After his mother ditches him in a dingy roadside motel, naive teen Otis (Matt Dotson) sets out to make his way to Las Vegas, hitching a ride with a pair of charismatic, middle-aged schemers (Carol Lynley and Barbara McNair). Once in Sin City, Otis finds himself drawn into an elaborate poker heist plotted by his shady new "friends" and a grizzled con artist (William Smith). But Otis soon learns that his acquaintances are not to be trusted.
Two doctors, a father and son, conceal their alcohol and drug problems in this potent look at the abuse of those substances that exist in the medical profession.
In “Vital Signs” (1991), Barbara Hammer demonstratively transforms the horror of death into its opposite. She tenderly cares for a human skeleton, feeding it, dressing and caressing it, taking it for walks in the dark cabaret of an intimate relationship beyond death. She confronts pain and fear rather than repressing them.
A documentary chronicling the March For Women's Lives in Washington D.C. on April 25th 2004.
Antonio Cruz is a good country doctor who hides a secret that has filled him with resentment and anger. One day he snaps and decides to kill a neighbor for each sign of the zodiac. His sister Laura, a police officer, and her ex-husband Paul, the neighboring town prosecutor, investigate the mysterious crimes.
Vital Signs is a British television drama series airing on ITV from 2006. It stars Tamzin Outhwaite as a supermarket check-out operator who decides to become a doctor. The series co-stars William Beck, Fraser Ayres, Eve Best, Claudie Blakley, Lucinda Dryzek, Beth Goddard, Alfie Hunter, Brooke Kinsella, Harry Lloyd, Peter Rnic and Steven Waddington. The filming of the show is based in numerous London hospitals and medical schools; predominantly the show has been shot in St George's Hospital and Medical School. The theme tune, 'Go My Own Way', was written and recorded by Alexis Strum, and produced by Magnus Fiennes.
A strange geometric shape in a field becomes the key to a young woman's dark family past.
Street Signs is an American television business news program that airs on CNBC at 2:00pm ET.
Time Signs is a British television series that aired on Channel 4 in 1991. Presented by Mick Aston, the series tells the story of a Devon valley throughout history. Phil Harding does some reconstruction archaeology. Time Signs was later developed into Time Team, the long-running archaeology series that has aired since 1994. Time Team has the same producer and also features Mick Aston and Phil Harding.
All Signs of Death is a television pilot based on the 2009 novel The Mystic Arts of Erasing All Signs of Death by Charlie Huston, who also wrote the teleplay. Huston served as executive producer along with Alan Ball who directed the pilot. It was produced as part of Ball's multi-project contract with HBO.
Based on the masterpiece novel by Yo Kusakabe, ""Painless -The Eyes for Signs-"" is a compelling and unique medical drama/thriller that stars an incredible lineup of big name actors including Hidetoshi Nishijima, Anna Ishibashi, Atsushi Ito, and Hideaki Ito. Eisuke Tameyori (Hidetoshi Nishijima), works as a private practice physician who runs a clinic in a small remote village. He is gifted with an ability to diagnose illnesses simply by looking at their appearance. He is also able to detect the ""signs"" in people who will commit future offenses. One day, with this ability, Tameyori foresees and stops a crime before it happens. After this incident, Tameyori meets Detective Junichiro Hayase (Atsushi Ito) and they start to work together to solve cases.
The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe is the filmed version of the one-woman stage show written by Jane Wagner and starring Lily Tomlin, which won the Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience. Directed by John Bailey and edited by Sally Menke, the film stays true to the original stage performance, earning it the Golden Space Needle Award at the Seattle International Film Festival. For her efforts on film and stage, Tomlin received a Tony Award, and Funniest Actress in a Motion Picture in the American Comedy Awards, amongst other notable accolades. Because of an intentional misspelling in the movie the film is also known as The Search for Signs of Inteligent Life in the Universe.
29-year-old magazine reporter Mi-Roo believes heavily that astrology decides fate. She then writes a column for the magazine based on her own dating experience with dating 12 men with the 12 different astrological signs.