The most famous murder scene in movie history comprises 78 camera settings and 52 cuts: the shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. 78/52 tells the story of the man behind the curtain and his greatest obsession.
The peoples of the world has finally managed to agree on the most important issues on the planet and there was long overdue balance. Signed an agreement to terminate development of weapons of mass destruction, but in secret all the superpowers continue to build up military power on classified sites, which seemed never existed. Goodwin, a former commander of special forces, is tasked to collect his former people responsible for the mission. Something very serious has happened to the base where secretly working to develop a new combat the virus, and more recent cohorts, who have almost nothing left in common, have come together again...
A waltz played with an accordion starts a short story about the running time.
On its maiden flight, the crew of America's first supersonic transport learns that it may not be able to land, due to an act of sabotage and a deadly flu onboard.
At the center are takes which do not change - a tree in a field in Vermont, U.S.A. Since the film was shot over a period of fifty days, the single frame shots create a storm of pictures.
Nares mocks up Ancient Rome by shooting in faux-classical sites like Grant's Tomb and Tribeca's American Thread Building, where a decrepit penthouse loft with a peeling-paint dome serves as an echoey stand-in for the imperial palace. The latter location required ingenuity: Posing as potential renters, Nares and associates asked the manager to show them the apartment, then unlocked the windows on the way out; a few hours later, they broke back into the space, full cast and crew in tow, to shoot the necessary scenes.
"Summer '78" is a short film about the power of imagination. Watch as a young boy during the late 70s plays with his favorite Star Wars toys and learn how his simple, but elaborate front yard adventures inspire his future.
Only 78 is about a small coastal community under siege. Gabarus, Nova Scotia was once protected from the North Atlantic Ocean by a government built seawall. But the structure requires rebuilding and the government denies responsibility. In an era of rapid climate change, dramatic demographic shifts and reduced public spending, Only 78 provides insight into the strivings of small coastal communities who, despite all odds,remain intent on preserving their heritage and building their future.
Bellator LXXVIII took place on October 26, 2012 at the Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio. The event was distributed live in prime time by MTV2. Bellator 78 hosted the semi-finals of Bellator's Season Seven Welterweight Tournament/
This film chronicles a meeting: that of the Tarahumara Indians and a camera that looks at the people that are etymologically called "foot runners." Musical montage: steps rhythms, traditional gestures and postures.
UFC 78: Validation was a mixed martial arts event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), that took place on November 17, 2007 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Validation was the first UFC event held in New Jersey since June 4, 2005's UFC 53: Heavy Hitters in Atlantic City.
A Fela Kuti concert documentary produced for German television
Fashion film directed by Gábor Bódy. Screened in retrospective at Alternative Film/Video Belgrade Festival 2014.
Hans-Peter Hochenrath and Birgit Hein made a documentary film about me for the Saarland Network and wanted me to make a self-portrait. Instead of pointing the camera lens away from myself, I pointed it toward myself. I rewound the film over and over again so that multiple exposures were produced, while I was repeatedly fading in and out.
Film about a harbour.
The 78 Project is a journey to connect today's musicians with the recordings of the past. Using a 1930's Presto recorder, artists get one take to cut a 78rpm record anywhere, finding in that adventure a new connection to our shared cultural legacy.
Room 785 is a children's television programme broadcast on the BFBS 1 channel, part of the British Forces Broadcasting Service. It has a similar format to CBBC in that the presenters are in a small studio and introduce the programmes from there. There is more emphasis on emailing and texting into the show, as it is broadcast wherever BFBS is received and allows children to send messages to their parents who may be on operations. The show, which takes its name from the British Forces Post Office number used as its address, was previously known as Children's SSVC. Similar to the output of the BFBS channels in general, the show's broadcasts are taken directly from those shown on CBBC, CITV and Five.
SST Death Flight is a 1977 made-for-TV movie produced by ABC Circle Films. It featured an all-star television cast and was directed by David Lowell Rich, who went on to direct The Concorde ... Airport '79. The film capitalizes on the popularity of 1970s aircraft disaster films, this time with a supersonic transport aircraft that is refused permission to land due to the threat of spreading a virulent strain of influenza. The film premiered on February 25, 1977 on ABC and went into syndication. It was lampooned in 1989 by the characters of the KTMA broadcast version of Mystery Science Theater 3000. The film is noted for its formulaic plot and its poor production values. For instance, it depicted an American SST as the first of its kind, and used a scale model of what was basically a Concorde with Boeing 747 turbofan engines attached. Other shots were completed using a mock-up of a Boeing 2707, a prototype the company had created when Americans were still pursuing their own SST program.