Bellator LXV took place on April 13, 2012 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The event was distributed live in prime time by MTV2.
A film director has problems coping with his wife and marriage. The daughter is their only connecting link. He is looking for love and sex elsewhere. A married woman becomes his new partner for a while.
An American adventurer who has a gambling den in Istanbul, who is suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a nuclear scientist, but ultimately becomes self on the search for the disappeared and gets a striving for world domination secret organization.
WWN and EVOLVE Wrestling present EVOLVE 65 EVOLVE Championship Match (If Thatcher Is Still Champion) Timothy Thatcher defends vs. TJP w/ Stokely Hathaway Grudge Match Drew Galloway vs. Johnny Gargano WWE Cruiserweight Classic Spotlight Match Tommaso Ciampa vs. Cedric Alexander WWE Cruiserweight Classic Spotlight Match Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Tony Nese Special Attraction Match Marty Scurll vs. Matt Riddle Catch Point Open Tryout Drew Gulak, Tracy Williams & Fred Yehi vs. To Be Determined Plus more to be announced soon with: -Ethan Page -Darby Allin -And more!
Kren’s 10/65 Selfmutilation is developed from a Gunter Brus “action”. What the film emphasizes is the surrealistic drama of symbolic self-destruction that Kren drew out of Brus’ action, pacing out each gesture so that one gets a tense, iconoclastic revelation of a man covered in white plaster lying surrounded by razor blades and a range of instruments looking as if they have been taken from an operating theatre. The blades, scissors and scalpels are gradually inserted into him in a ritualistic self-operation. (Stephen Dwoskin)
"Looking for men and women aged over 65" was the small ad in a local newspaper in Wuppertal, through which the choreographer Pina Bausch sought senior performers for the remake of her dance spectacle "Kontakthof". 26 amateurs aged from 65 to 72 were selected. They rehearsed for over a year and the premiere took place in the early 2000s in Wuppertal. Lilo Mangelsdorff has accompanied this exceptional project with a camera. The result is a touching film, which focuses on the dancers' stand with their fears and inhibitions, their enthusiasm and passion.
Hoping to hear his own song over the radio of his 1965 Rambler, Ben Vaughn tries to record an album in the car while his friend Bob is trying to repair it.
A all-type-of-music show from YLE Finland.
Sixteen-year-old Michael Dunn arrives at St. Basil's Catholic Boys School in Brooklyn circa 1965. There, he befriends all of the misfits in his class as they collide with the repressive faculty and discover the opposite sex as they come of age.
Wholesale dealer Pettersson winds up in the army by mistake.
Thuy Nga Paris By Night 65: Yeu
this romantic drama tells the story of dreams and ambitions for a generation of young Iranians who often find those things difficult to come by. In this unique take on a familiar theme, a ...
Six friends decide to undertake a gruelling mountain trek, only to find that the difficulties in store for them are not merely physical.
Jazz Icons: Nina Simone features two incredible concerts from 1965 and 1968 showcasing the multifaceted diva in all her glory. Simone shines as a jazz vocalist extraordinaire on “Tomorrow Is My Turn,” as a definitive folk interpreter on Bob Dylan’s “The Ballad Of Hollis Brown” and as a passionate civil rights activist on both the epic “Four Women” and the scorching “Mississippi Goddam.” This DVD is a must for Nina Simone fans as she displays all of the qualities that made her both a supremely gifted jazz singer and pianist as well as the “High Priestess of Soul.”
UFC 65: Bad Intentions was a mixed martial arts competition held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on November 18, 2006 at the ARCO Arena in Sacramento, California – the UFC’s first show at this venue. The card featured the anticipated rematch between Matt Hughes and Georges St. Pierre for the UFC Welterweight Championship – a fight originally scheduled for UFC 63.
Chapter 65: Have Some Faith In The Sound Show date: 25th March 2018 Doug Williams vs Rob Lynch Millie McKenzie vs Chakara vs Charlie Morgan vs Session Moth Martina Chris Brookes vs TK Cooper - No Disqualification WALTER (c) vs Rampage Brown - PROGRESS Atlas Title Danny Duggan vs Danny Jones - Natural Progression Series 1st Round Grizzled Young Veterans (c) vs Havoc & Haskins vs Sexy Starr - PROGRESS World Tag Team Titles Travis Banks (c) vs Flash Morgan Webster - PROGRESS World Title
11/65 Bild Helga Philipp is an optical abstraction of an optical abstraction: Kren has simply intercut filmed movements and sections from an Op painting by Helga Philipp - the result is motion opticals.
"Action" by Günter Brus. At first Kren did not want to show the film, because the image is underexposed. A copy of the negative material turned out to be better than the original material and so Kren did show the film. The film's title relates to Brus' use of silver paper for his action.
A Sunday, three young friends read the obituary of a schoolmate with whom long ago they lost contact. They go to the morgue and realize that they are wrong: that burial is not that of their fellow student. From this, the confusion and random weave a story of friendship, love and death.
John Coltrane provides an epic 95-minute overview of a true giant of 20th-century music. Three separate shows reveal Coltrane's ascending creative arc from hard bop innovator as a member of the Miles Davis Quartet in 1960 to consummate bandleader in 1961 to unrivaled jazz visionary in 1965. This DVD not only features Trane's classic quartet with Elvin Jones (drums), Jimmy Garrison (bass) and McCoy Tyner (piano), but also spotlights him onstage with other jazz legends including Stan Getz, Eric Dolphy and Oscar Peterson. Includes mind-blowing versions of his signature tunes "My Favorite Things" and "Impressions".