In the wake of a car crash that killed his brother, football player Jon Abbate leads his school's struggling team to its most successful season ever.
Australian documentary filmmaker Ian Darling re-examines the incidents that marked the final 3 years of Indigenous footballer Adam Goodes' playing career. Made entirely from archival footage, photos and interviews sourced from television, radio and newspapers, the film reviews the national conversation that took place over this period.
Jay Davis is a star high school athlete with a full college basketball scholarship coming his way. When a new girl, "Karma" moves to town, Jay's effort in making her welcome is quickly voided when she feels her heart is being played with. Jay now has to fight not only for his basketball career, but for his life.
Chronicles the life of a young New Orleans prostitute and her co-workers.
A film directed by Roger Priebe.
A brooding, deceptively rich series of near-static shots of farms, factories, townscapes, and—in dispassionate middle distance—people going about their mundane daily tasks in sparsely populated southeastern Oregon.
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An aspiring 20-something life coach has a quarter life crisis.
Dumped on his 27th birthday by his college sweetheart for being indecisive, Neil makes a silly bet that takes him on a wild ride through New York’s singles scene.
New Orleans cops Andre and R.J., partners for 17 years and in danger of being suspended for their recklessness, are enlisted by the F.B.I. to track down a Cuban terrorist who plans on poisoning the Big Easy's water supply, gaining access through the World's Fair.
A conjurer makes furniture return from the bailiff's.
Wilfred Thesiger was one of Britain's great explorers and writers. His greatest journeys were through the world's largest sand desert: the Empty Quarter of the Arabian Peninsula. Inspired by their hero, adventurers Alastair Humphreys and Leon McCarron attempt a journey of their own into the Empty Quarter. Their trip is hastily-planned and low budget: unable to afford camels they instead hope to drag a homemade steel cart (filled with 300kg of supplies) through the ferocious desert heat. This film is their story.
After discovering his wife is having an affair, an upset husband decides to enact his revenge by having an affair of his own with the wife of the man who is sleeping with his wife, an act which leaves both couples estranged.
Dipping between ecstasy and despair, transcendence and absurdity, this movie journeys to a hidden space where you can lose your way, lose yourself in the moment, lose your faith in a belief system. An exhausted and expectant crowd waits on this narrow span. It is not a wide stretch, but it can last forever.
The number of teens contracting VD every year.
When Gato Barbieri signed to Impulse! Records in 1973 for a series of critically lauded albums, he had already enjoyed a celebrated career as a vanguard musician who had worked with Don Cherry and Abdullah Ibrahim (then known as Dollar Brand), recorded for three labels as a leader, and scored and performed the soundtrack to director Bernardo Bertolucci's film Last Tango in Paris. Chapter One: Latin America was a huge step forward musically for the Argentinean-born saxophonist, even as it looked to the music of his heritage. This turned out to be the first of four chapters in his series on Latin America, and for it he teamed not with established jazz musicians, but instead folk and traditional musicians from his native country, and recorded four of the album's five cuts in Buenos Aires -- the final track, a multi-tracked solo piece, was recorded in Rio de Janeiro.
A lost film. Dan Nolan is on strike and in the depths of despair. He resolves to steal to help his plight. He enters the home of Homer Warren and the household is saddened by the serious illness of a little daughter. Nolan is prowling about the house, enters the room in which the child is ill and secretes himself in a closet, watching procedings through the keyhole. He watches the doctor impress upon the family the importance of administering the medicine promptly at the appropiate hour. When that time arrives everyone is asleep and he finds that he must be the one to help the child.
A POW marries a woman he meets in Mexico. Controversy erupts when people find out that she's one-quarter black.
A young man inherits a fortune, but with a number of conditions attached.
The Algerian-French Dal comes to terms with identity, religion and sports.
The Fifth Quarter was an Australian rules football television program screening on Network Ten on 27 March 2004. Beginning in the 2004 season, the show was a review show focusing on the Australian rules football football competition, AFL. Following each game on Saturday night, two hosts go through the weekend's events so far in the games played and also topical matters that have appeared during the week. Early in the show's life the two hosts were solely Michael Christian and Andrew Maher, however, since 2008 the show has been hosted on a rotating basis, whereby one of Maher and Christian hosts alongside one of Network Ten's other football commentators, such as Luke Darcy, Robert Walls, Malcolm Blight and Tom Harley. They also conduct interviews with players and coaches after the match. Players to be interviewed include Cheynee Stiller and Gary Ablett, Jr. and coaches include Brett Ratten, Mark Harvey and Jade Rawlings. Before becoming senior coach of the Brisbane Lions, Michael Voss was a regular on The Fifth Quarter. In 2006, the show was merged into Network Ten's Saturday night AFL coverage, still hosted by Christian and Maher but not listed as a separate program.
Series about the various pitfall that befalls those twentysomething millennials.
Elite Military/Special Police Force TV series hosted by US Special Forces veteran Terry Schappert.
Quarterlife is an American web series, also briefly an NBC television series in 2008, created by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick, the creators of Thirtysomething and Once and Again, and producers of My So-Called Life. The show is about a group of twenty-something artists who are coming of age in the digital generation. According to its official website, Quarterlife is the first Internet series to have been created alongside a social networking website, quarterlife.com. The regular cast includes Bitsie Tulloch, Kevin Christy, Mike Faiola, Scott Michael Foster, Michelle Lombardo, Maїté Schwartz, and David Walton.
The Quarters is the fifth Malaysian production by MediaCorp Studios Malaysia. Filming began in September 2011 and took place in Muar, Johor, Malaysia and its rural surroundings. It debuted in Singapore on 3 September 2012. The series is set during an era of samsui women, opium dens, pulled rickshaws and the laid back "kampung" lifestyle. It was also a time when waves of migrant workers and coolies from China settled in Singapore. Many of them were housed in large buildings such that as depicted by Zhu Zai House and multiple tenants would occupy a single room usually meant for one or two persons.
The Quarters is a horse racing series airing on TVG Network since 2001. The series is hosted by Chris Harrison, C.C. Perkinson, and Dave Weaver, and features thoroughbred races from around the world as well as tips on wagering. The two main studios are at the Hollywood Park Racetrack in Inglewood, California and the Los Alamitos Racetrack in Los Alamitos, California.
The NFL's Quarterback Challenge was an annual competition of National Football League quarterbacks, sponsored in part by DirecTV, produced by NFL, PLAYERS INC and NFL QB Greats. The first NFL Quarterback Challenge took place in 1990. The event were previously sponsored by 989 Sports and in 2005 by Electronic Arts EA Sports.