Broken News is an intimate attempt at reporting, mediating and being mediated.
People often ask the question, "Just what is Zen Filmmaking?" To answer that question, Scott Shaw created this documentary. Cameras rolled on Shaw, Donald G. Jackson, Julie Strain, Kevin Eastman and others at the 1997 and 1998 American Film Markets. In this documentary, Shaw presents deep insight into Zen Filmmaking, from the words of people who have made Zen Films. Plus, there is never before released scenes from some of Scott Shaw's Zen Films.
A college football star falls for his mousy French tutor.
A reporter's marriage is jeopardized by his drinking and he finds himself accused of a murder he didn't commit.
Millennium News is the title of a series of television news programmes, written, narrated and filmed by a group of former street boys and girls from Nairobi’s slums, each dedicated to the eight famous Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s), promoted by the United Nations with the aim of defeating poverty within 2020.
1984 short by Paul de Nooijer
A TV pilot starring Dana Gould.
Brinking News is a story about a middle school girl and her friends working to solve a mystery at their school before it's too late. In order to get to the bottom of it and make things right they must first take the big risk of believing in themselves. This is a completely original narrative screenplay, from story to musical score, produced by the AG Wright Film Club. Premiered as the feature film at the Stafford County Film Festival May 11&12, 2018. We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed making it. —Philip Snow
In a desperate attempt to get into the spotlights news reporter Jerry Blackwell encourages a homeless person to commit a robbery.
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Snapper has to get a sensational picture for the Daily Bow Bow ("Tree Star Edition") or get fired.
Elmer Fudd narrates a newsreel (but is never seen on screen). A hunter uses a moose call; the moose answers back using a hunter call. A barber uses an invention to startle a boy. A man uses a rear-view mirror to guard his hat while eating, but that's not all he should have guarded. In a laboratory, we see how rabbits multiply: 2x2=4, etc. Fireflies are having a blackout. An artist uses his thumb to get the proportions correct as a model is posing. A baby chick follows along as ducks take their first swim. In the South, the traffic signs read "No U-All Turns." A baseball pitcher throws a dollar across the Potomac, but it gets only halfway; his Scotty dog explains that a dollar doesn't go as far. A fox hunt: the dogs run in circles, because the lead dog is romancing the fox. A new department store is about to be built, and it's already attracted a protestor. Finally, we see a series of battleships, all in the rain except the U.S.S. California, in bright sunshine.
This early film is simply fascinating. When I think of 1920s’ fashion, I think in terms of white, black, and grey, but this is Technicolor. It is surprising how colorful these fashions actually were.
Aa Columbia 2-reel comedy starring Tom Kennedy and Monty Collins in NEW NEWS (1937). Fans of the 3 Stooges will recognize the exact same plot and situations from their short CRASH GOES THE HASH (1944). Yes, this version came out BEFORE the Stooges version...so anyone that says these guys are ripping the Stooges off, they are wrong! Columbia made 526 slapstick two-reelers between 1933-1958...190 starred the Stooges...336 others starred a variety of comedians.
‘Breaking News’ is a documentary about Police misbehaviour. It investigates how Police are arresting journalists in order to prevent reports about misbehaviour and set free without charge when their deadlines have passed.
Outskirts of Seoul, early afternoon. Hidden in a shabby motel by the hour, Minhui and Junho, a pair of teenagers, they face an important decision that could change their life forever.
Newspaper Man delivers the truth from alternative dimensions and timelines.
Two estranged 20-something siblings find themselves living together once again in their parents' Minnesota home, where they discover home movies they made together as kids. After watching their old James Bond spoofs, talk shows, and Saturday Night Live sketches, they are inspired to make 'The Sarah and Beau Show', a talk/variety show for the Internet.
Directed by Ian Breakwell.
Gina and Daniel are madly in love.They arrange to meet for lunch at the Cafe where they first met-each armed with exciting news.
NJN News was a half-hour daily broadcast television news program by the New Jersey Network which also aired in New York City on WNET Monday through Friday. It was sometimes preempted on holidays by special programming. The program began in 1978 as New Jersey Nightly News, co-produced with WNET. In 1981, NJN assumed full control of the broadcast. NJN News had its final broadcast on June 30, 2011, when NJN went off the air to be replaced by NJTV. Talent included former presenter Kent Manahan, new anchor Jim Hooker, environmental reporter Ed Rodgers, science reporter Patrick Regan, health reporter Sara Lee Kessler, and general reporters Marie DeNoia Aronson, Kent Saint John and others.
5 News is the news programme of British broadcaster Channel 5 produced by ITN from Channel 5's parent company Northern & Shell head office on Lower Thames Street in the City of London. From 1 January 2005, Sky News was awarded the contract to provide the news for Channel 5, replacing ITN, which had provided the channel's news service from the channel's launch in 1997. On 14 February 2011, the service was rebranded back to its original name, 5 News, having been called Five News from 2002 until 2011. On 20 February 2012 the contract returned to original provider ITN. The ITV press centre announced on 2 September 2011 that David Kermode, at-the-time editor, would leave 5 News in order to take up an editorial spot on Daybreak. He was replaced by Geoff Hill.
MTV News is a Canadian entertainment and pop culture news program on the Canadian cable specialty channel, MTV. MTV News is hosted by Aliya-Jasmine Sovani "AJ" along with correspondents Johnny Hockin and Sharlene Chiu. MTV News reports on the days entertainment and pop culture news and interviews with emerging and well-known artists in music and celebrities.
The Israel Broadcasting Authority provides news programming in 14 foreign languages directed at audiences abroad or in Israel. The goal of these programs is to present a balanced and impartial picture of what happens in Israel in particular and in the region in general. Each language has its own schedule of programs focusing on news, political, social, educational, economic, technological and cultural issues.
News Patrol is the hourly news-bulletin of ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs.
Your News was a weekly BBC News television programme made from user-generated content sent into the BBC by viewers and the public.
News Profile is a Canadian news and biography television series which aired on CBC Television from 1972 to 1974.
TV3 News is the news output at TV3 Ireland. Its services are available online, on-demand, on TV and mobile. Its flagship bulletins begin at 07:00 each weekday on Ireland AM followed by bulletins on Midday both hosted by Siobhan Bastible. Its prime-time bulletin 'The 5:30' is hosted by Colette Fitzpatrick. Its late night news programme Tonight with Vincent Browne airs weeknights from 23:00 and on Wednesday, Nora Owen hosts its current affairs programme Midweek.
News Bites is a now defunct minute news break of Studio 23 developed by ABS-CBN Corporation via ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs featuring local and international news. A rundown of the things from technology, sports and entertainment is covered by the show. "Newsbite or news-bite" is a new concept and as J. Knox says in his article, it is referred to the evolution of verbal news genres in online newspapers. A home page is the entry point of an online newspaper, into a home page we can find different elements; one of these, specifically one of the central visual-verbal element is a newsbite. As it is said before, the newsbite, is considered a relatively new news genre, particularly talking about news stories. The newsbite is the result of the evolution of technological and social developments in the online newspapers field. In that sense, newsbites can be considered as a pinch of information written in a particular way. The newsbite concept is different from newsbrief, because the first one functions as an independent text. Its functionality is highlight important stories of the online newspaper, and as the author says: "Their social purpose is to present the focal point of a news story with immediacy and impact".
iWatch News was the flagship English evening news program of Radio Philippines Network in the Philippines. The news program replaced the network's longest-running English news program NewsWatch. It was originally anchored by former K-Lite disc jockey Carlo Tirona and recording artist Aryana Lim. Lim has since pursued other endeavors and has been replaced by former magazine editor, former RT disc jockey and actress Lexi Schulze. iWatch News targets the youth audience especially college students and young urban professionals. It differentiates itself from other newscasts by offering more reports and news features that appeal to the younger crowd. iWatch News aired for the last time on January 11, 2008.
News Central was the flagship English primetime newscast of Studio 23. The show features a focus on major stories from around the country. News Central aired its last episode on October 1, 2010.
Thames News was the flagship regional news programme of Thames Television, serving the Greater London region and broadcast on weekdays from 12 September 1977 to 31 December 1992. The news service was produced and broadcast from Thames TV's headquarters at Euston Road in north-west London and during its last few years in operation, from district newsrooms in Dartford in Kent, Guildford in Surrey and Watford in Hertfordshire.
Prime News is a news program appearing on HLN, featuring "controversy, opinion, your point of view". The show airs Monday through Friday nights from 6PM to 7PM eastern, with a weekend highlight edition in which stories from the past week are recapped.
News @ 6 is the flagship evening newscast of People's Television Network in the Philippines, succeeding newscast Teledyaryo. Shown every weekdays at 6:00 pm Philippine Standard Time, it is anchored by former Teledyaryo anchors Ralph Obina, Kathy San Gabriel and Atty. Marc Castrodes. The newscast is simulcast on radio thru Radyo ng Bayan stations nationwide. The program features a MMDA video traffic system used during the commercial breaks, and closing credits while a video showing Filipino Sign Language slightly shrunk away from that corner enclosed in a egg circle of the news for audience with visual difficulties for the blind and deaf persons and hearing impaired.
News Gal was a TV series produced by the DuMont Television Network, and shown on both DuMont and ABC.
ITV News was the name given to the late news bulletins, airing on Bank Holidays and after extended Football coverage on the British television network ITV. Originally named The Late News, it aired in place of ITV News at Ten on Fridays. It is produced by ITN. The bulletin was introduced as a thirty-minute Friday night news programme on 18 January 2008, with the same studio and look as News at Ten, and was presented by Mark Austin and Julie Etchingham. However, in February 2008, the bulletin took on the same generic look used for the ITV News bulletins, and in March began being presented by one newscaster. On 25 February 2009, ITV announced that News at Ten would begin to air five nights a week, in order to give News at Ten a "consistent home at the heart of the schedule", as well as being due to a rise in ratings and the success of the pairing of the programme's newscasters. The final Friday night edition of The Late News was broadcast on 6 March 2009.