A graduate student preparing his thesis on mythology leads his friends on a research expedition to an old plantation estate on the outskirts of the Big Easy. The site is reputed to mysteriously cause madness and death to all who enter it.
A pilgrimage to the isolated house on the island of Fårö, where Ingmar Bergman spent most of his later years, elicits unusual stories. From Lars von Trier to Claire Denis and from Woody Allen to Michael Haneke, every fan adds something very personal to this posthumous portrait.
A boy (Zeb Kovell) is trying to make his way through a dead end zone when a series of strange events occur and he must struggle to survive while processing what happened.
Stock car racer Brad Carlton (Greg Evigan) throws the Mishaw family into a tailspin the night heiress Helen Mishaw slams her car into his motorcycle. He gets romantically involved with Helen Milshaw (Mitzi Kapture), and helps multi-million dollar Milshaw Industries win a valuable government military contract. However, when Brad becomes the victim of sabotage and strange accidents, he realizes someone want to stop him cold - dead cold!
John and Misty find that they aren't the only ones who are trespassing once they break into the Fairview Falls House of Horrors.
A satirical comedy about the excessive restrictions that children face during their vacation in a Young Pioneer camp.
A social comedy film about Thuraya Abdeen al-Entebli (Mervat Amin) receives a court order to obtain her grandfather's villa, Entebble Pasha, which was nationalized during the period of the conventions and when she goes to receive it, she found it was transformed into a police department ... Thuraya and her family live in the police department to obtain her right, Then the events follow.
Trespassing World Cities records how I struggled away from the tourist video style to seek for an impersonal form to pose my response to a world of big cities whose individual distinctive is increasingly blurred. This is a travel journal in the literal sense of the term. The video records my walking through a dozen of major cities around the world, repeating routes and activities, between 1999 and 2005. The mythology of the multiple colors of diverse world cultures shatters. I found myself doing the same things, repeating places I have visited, and inside my mind is often a totally different world irrelevant to the places I visit. Globalization is a popular catch word, the token of economism. Personally speaking, it is a form of irony.
Danny fulfilled his great ambition to play and record in his native Cincinnati's King Records studio. On this unique video, he illegally enters the derelict King building in order to commune with the spirits of the great King Records artists from the past -- and, in so doing, becomes the last musician to ever record at the original studio on Brewster Avenue in Cincinnati's Evanston neighborhood. Video ncludes tracks written by Danny and others that were inspired by his King heroes such as "Cincinnati' Fatback"