The trials and tribulations of a two man, digi-folk band who have moved from New Zealand to New York in the hope of forging a successful music career. So far they've managed to find a manager (whose "other" job is at the New Zealand Consulate), one fan (a married obsessive) and one friend (who owns the local pawn shop) -- but not much else.
It's a story about an air hostess that comes to a crossroad, will she choose her Love or her dreams?
Flight 29 Down is a television series about a group of teenagers who are stranded on an island. It was produced by Discovery Kids. The show was created by Stan Rogow and D. J. MacHale. The executive producers are Rogow, MacHale, Shauna Shapiro Jackson, and Gina & Rann Watumull. The first two seasons aired on Discovery Kids. The "third season" of the series, which started filming February 5, 2007, was produced as a four-part film, instead of the episodic format of the first two seasons. A promo debuted for Flight 29 Down: The Movie during the second season finale. The show was filmed in O'ahu, Hawaii.
Night Flight is a variety show that originated on the USA Network. An eclectic mix of short films, cartoons, B movies, stand up comedy, documentaries, music videos and more, Night Flight was broadcast, in various incarnations, from 1981 to 1996.
Flight Squad is a Canadian animated television series produced by CINAR in 1998.
Late night IFC Network program that showed B-movies, rock videos, and offbeat shorts.
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.
The true account of two young German aviators, Captain Hans Bertram and Adolph Klausmann, who had to survive six weeks in the Kimberley region in Autralia after they were blown off course on a reckless flight from Koepang in the Dutch East Indies across the Timor Sea to Darwin in 1932.
Flight to Rhythm, also known as The Delora Bueno Show, was an early American television program which aired on the DuMont Television Network, and was produced by Bob Loewi, son of DuMont executive Mortimer Loewi .
New couples meet and embark on a romantic (and stressful) journey across North America — with the chance to get married at the airport immediately after their final flight lands.
Flight attendant Cassandra Bowden wakes in her hotel room hungover from the night before in Dubai with a dead body lying next to her. Afraid to call the police, she continues her morning as if nothing happened, joining the other flight attendants and pilots traveling to the airport. In New York, she is met by FBI agents who question her about her recent layover in Dubai. Still unable to piece the night together, she begins to wonder if she could be the killer.
Hong Kong Flight 143 is a Philippine television series produced by KB Entertainment Unlimited, Inc. and aired over GMA Network. This two-week romantic tale is about a love triangle blooms in the majestic land of Hong Kong.
Flight Attendant School was a TV show on the Travel Channel that documented the lives of future Frontier Airlines flight attendants in training. The show focused on the day-to-day lives of the trainees and trainers at the Colorado-based airline. GRB Entertainment produced the docu-soap and delivered 18 thirty-minute episodes. Frontier Airlines was selected for the television series after the producers created preview episodes called "sizzle reels" of several airlines training departments. In the end, GRB decided to focus on the Frontier training department. Under the lead of Pam Gardner and Frank Barr, Instructors Marco Tosacano, Chris Basore, Melissa Dahlman, and Sherri Ertle showed America what it takes to become a Flight Attendant in the post 9/11 world.
The Flight That Fought Back is a documentary film produced by the London-based company Brook Lapping Productions for the Discovery Channel about United Airlines Flight 93. The program debuted in the United States on September 11, 2005, marking the fourth anniversary of the event on which it is based. The film, narrated by Kiefer Sutherland, reconstructs the events that led to Flight 93 crashing in Stonycreek Township, Pennsylvania, approx 150 miles northwest of Washington, D.C., during the September 11, 2001, attacks. It proved to be highly popular when it debuted on the fourth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. It eventually made its way across the Atlantic to the United Kingdom, where it was aired on Five on Thursday, January 5, 2006. The FBI helped with the production by handing over some of the black-box recordings upon request. The FBI refused to present the complete recording, citing national security concerns. Original music was provided for the film by London based post-rock musician Mark Beazley, more frequently known as Rothko, and composer Gavin Skinner. The film was directed by Bruce Goodison and edited by London based documentary film maker Joby Gee. Discovery is donating 100% of all sales from the DVD to the construction of the permanent Flight 93 National Memorial.
Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight is a 1994 television film starring Diane Keaton, Rutger Hauer and Bruce Dern. It is based on Doris L. Rich's Amelia Earhart: A Biography. The film depicts events in the life of Amelia Earhart, focusing on her final flight and disappearance in 1937, with her exploits in aviation and her marriage to publisher G.P. Putnam being revealed in flashbacks. This film was not the first television dramatization of Earhart's life, as Amelia Earhart appeared in 1976, starring Susan Clark as Earhart and John Forsythe as her husband George Putnam.