Demonic gang-leader Alex goes on the spree of rape, mugging and murder with his pack of "droogs". But he's a boy who also likes Beethoven's Ninth and a bit of "the old in-out, in-out". He later finds himself at the mercy of the state and its brainwashing experiment designed to take violence off the streets.
Produced by Channel 4, Still Tickin´: The Return of A Clockwork Orange examines the controversy over Kubrick’s iconic film, explaining the film’s “demonic level of attention,” and its influence on culture, politics and society, which led to the director’s self-imposed ban.
Video installation showing the film "A Clockwork Orange", reduced to its colour.
In this documentary, we follow Stanely Kubrick as he creates one of the most controversial films of all time, one that retains its power to shock audiences, even after 35 years. At the time of its release, A Clockwork Orange created a firestorm of controversy. Through interviews with collaborators, filmmakers, screenwriters and authors, we come to appreciate Stanley Kubrick as an artist unafraid to take risks and court controversy, committed unwaveringly to his single-minded goal: the highest artistic quality of his films
An examination of Kubrick’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’ on Camera 3 (1972)
One day, Naho Takamiya receives a letter written to herself from ten years in the future. As Naho reads on, the letter recites the exact events of the day, including the transfer of a new student into her class named Kakeru Naruse. The Naho from ten years later repeatedly states that she has many regrets, and she wants to fix these by making sure the Naho from the past can make the right decisions—especially regarding Kakeru. What's more shocking is that she discovers that ten years later, Kakeru will no longer be with them. Future Naho asks her to watch over him closely.
A crime she committed in her youthful past sends Piper Chapman to a women's prison, where she trades her comfortable New York life for one of unexpected camaraderie and conflict in an eccentric group of fellow inmates.
A view into the lives of several women and their families who live in one of the wealthiest communities in the country with the viewer taken "inside the gates" to show their lives aren't always perfect.
Orange Days is a drama series that aired in Japan on TBS in 2004.
Kyosuke Kasuga, fifteen, moves to a new city and falls for Madoka Ayukawa. She's friendly when they're alone, but acts like a delinquent when in front of others. Kyosuke meanwhile struggles not to break the heart of Hikaru Hiyama, who fell in love after seeing him make an impossible basketball shot. To add the cherry to this particular sundae, Kyosuke and his family (sisters, grandfather, and cousins) all have various powers. And while Kyosuke's desperate to keep those powers a secret, his younger sisters (among others) aren't quite as concerned about it.
A love story in two films charts the very different challenges to happiness for Michael and Thomas in the aftermath of World War 2, and to Adam and Steve in the present day.
Orange Playlist is a British music chat show TV series, produced by INITIAL, a subsidiary of Endemol UK for the ITV Network. The third series was presented by Jayne Middlemiss. A different guest each week joins Middlemiss to discuss their lives, nominating a variety of songs to be played, one from their future, past and present, as well as their favourite track of all time. The show was originally presented by Lauren Laverne.
Despite a 200-year-old treaty between humans and vampires, both races still don't get along. Amidst the looming tension, Jung Jae Min, a posh yet kindhearted high school student, quickly falls for the mysterious new girl Baek Ma Ri. But can Ma Ri conceal her true vampire identity and give love an honest chance? If these star-crossed lovers can find the courage to make the leap, Jae Min and Ma Ri may just be the key to a final resolution between humans and vampires...
An American live-action/animated TV series based on the characters from the popular web series The Annoying Orange.
Orange Roughies is the name of a New Zealand drama television show created by Auckland-based film company Screenworks, the first season of which screened on TV ONE from May to July 2006. The second season has recently finished filming and is, according to TVNZ, due to screen sometime between October 2006 and January 2007. The first and second seasons were originally due to screen with no gap between the two, but due to poor ratings the programme was taken off air. An orange roughy, Hoplostethus atlanticus. is a type of fish.
Orange UnsignedAct is a Channel 4 talent competition, with bands and artists competing for a recording contract with Universal Music, a £60,000 advance, a single released after the series, an album deal and a multi-media marketing campaign. Previous iterations of the show have been called MobileAct unsigned, whereby a similar prize was awarded to the winner in 2007 The show is sponsored by Orange and Sony Ericsson.
Camp Orange is an Australian children's reality television show broadcast on Nickelodeon Australia. The first season premiered in February 2005. The current season, Camp Orange: Spill Seekers. The series is hosted by Luke Ryan & Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd. The format has been adapted and produced for international markets, including Italy and more recently the UK. The later, which was filmed and produced in Australia, premiered on 22 July 2011 in the UK and Ireland.
Taxi Orange was an alternative to the Big Brother reality soap, and it was quite popular in Austria. It was aired by the public television channel ORF. The idea was to lock up a group of people in a closed environment, who were allowed to leave only in an orange taxi driving passengers around, so they were still able to interact with the world outside. The habitat and the taxi interior were videotaped and used to produce a 30-minute daily summary, which was presented to the viewers. Each week, viewers elected a winner who had to decide on the exclusion of one colleague. The winner got 1 million Schilling. Two seasons were produced.
The UK & Irish version of Camp Orange is a children's reality television show broadcast on Nickelodeon (UK & Ireland). The first season premiered on 22 July 2011. It is currently in its second season which premiered on 12 August 2012. The series is hosted by Anna Williamson, Jamie Rickers and Denise Lewis. This is the international version of Camp Orange which is originally from Australia.
Camp Orange: Slimey Hollow is the name of the second season of the children's reality series Camp Orange. It was aired on Nickelodeon Australia in 2006.
Orange Juice in Bishops Garden is a web series, created and directed by Otessa Ghadar, detailing the lives of a group of teenagers as they navigate high school in the 1990s. Currently in its 6th season and on the cusp of its 7th, it is one of the oldest and longest running web series, having started in 2006. The show is set and shot in the greater metropolitan Washington D.C. area. Orange Juice in Bishops Garden is distributed by KoldCast TV, a Broadband Television Network that delivers on-demand entertainment programming to a global audience, via the Internet. This partnership enables Orange Juice in Bishops Garden to be viewed on iTunes, Zune, Boxee, and Roku. The series is also available on its own website, orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com, and on Blip TV. New episodes premiere every Wednesday during the season, accompanied by interactive social networking on the official website, blog, Twitter, and Facebook pages. The show is available in closed captioning for hearing impaired viewers, in addition to being available with French subtitles. The show is also currently being translated into Spanish and Russian, as part of a larger translation push.