Tim Hanley, an American agent, posing as a lawyer with the United States Embassy in London, and Reggie Oliver, a Scotland Yard detective, posing as a music critic are both keeping their eye on Carla Nillson, a famous singer, whom they suspect of espionage. They all meet in London, then in Lisbon, and eventually in New York City, where Carla sings on the radio.
International Supervideos! is a name of a DVD by Green Day, a companion to the International Superhits! greatest hits album. The DVD was released on November 13, 2001. It is a collection of all the band's music videos from 1994 to 2001, excluding the music videos to "Welcome to Paradise", "Maria", and "Poprocks & Coke". The music video to "Macy's Day Parade" is not included in this compilation, as it was produced shortly after the production of International Supervideos! in promotion for Superhits!.
Lucky People Center International takes us on a journey around the world through human souls. Music's rhythms and the film's pulsing form reminiscent of the music video aesthetics and gives the documentary a new face. The film traveled around the world for two years to find people and lifestyles that reflect the world before 2000.
TRUE SIGHT is a documentary series that takes you behind the scenes of the journeys of professional Dota 2 teams. This episode follows PSG.LGD and OG through the grand finals at The International 2018.
An unsavory intelligence agent (Dirk Bogarde) plots the downfall of a Third World political leader (Bekim Fehmiu).
Edogawa Rampo is a writer whose latest work is censored by the government, deemed too disturbing and injurious to the public to be allowed to be published. However, after burning his drafts, his publisher shows him a newspaper with an account of events just like his forbidden story. As the film progresses, fantasy and reality intermingle in a tale that draws heavily on influences from Poe and Stoker's Dracula. The film's strongly Expressionistic direction skillfully combines a variety of media (animation, computer-generated imagery, grainy black-and-white fast film stock, color negatives) for artistic effect.
An amusing melange of '60s spy thrillers and other classics. Super secret agent Nick attempts to liberate a top secret microchip from the clutches of multimillionaire Quinton Frost. Paizs pokes fun at the jet set, the Cold War and Jean-Paul Sartre.
The true story of the exploits of the RAF's (Royal Air Force) foreign legion battling the German Luftwaffe (Nazi Germany's Air Force) during the early months of 1941 during WWII before America officially entered the war at the end of the year when Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan and Hitler declared war on the United States. The United States then drafted all of their airmen and fighter pilot aces into the United States Air Force for their own combat missions against the Luftwaffe
The second and final Grand National Pictures film to feature The Shadow, played again by Rod La Rocque. In this version, Lamont Cranston is an amateur detective and host of a radio show with his assistant Phoebe (not Margo) Lane. Cabbie Moe Shrevnitz and Commissioner Weston also appear.
A dark and sensual experimental narrative that explores a skilled technical worker's fantasies during her nights as a femme in the lower east side of New York.
Superintendent of Police, Rajesh, is asked to take charge of a police station in Goa, and manage it. Rajesh is aware that his friend, Shekar, also lives there, and he is anxious to see him. Upon arrival in Goa, Rajesh and Shekar are delighted to see each other. Shekar is in love with Seema, and Seema too loves him. However, Seema's mom, Lajwanti, does not approve of Shekar, and would like Seema to marry Rajesh. When Shekar comes to know about this, he steps away, so that Rajesh and Seema can marry each other. When Rajesh finds out about Shekar's sacrifice, he decides to let Seema marry Rajesh, and shortly thereafter the marriage takes place. While Shekar and Seema go off on their honeymoon, Rajesh commences his investigation into smuggling activities off the coast of Goa, and his investigations lead him to a suspect by the name of Tiger. Little does Rajesh know, that Tiger is none other an alias for Shekar, who will do anything to protect himself from Rajesh and the police.
Manager of a large metropolitan airport tries to deal with the stress of his job, and the various characters that work for him.
Another nudist "documentary" from Doris Wishman. A print of this film has yet to surface.
2015 Hindi Movie
After his 16-year-old daughter goes missing, a desperate father breaks into her laptop to look for clues to find her.
Short documentary film about life of foreigners in a small English city just before Brexit.
"For people Father's Day is a celebration, but for one small bird - an ordinary working day. And concerns are the same old - to get food for his family."
A cook dreams of naked women.
A Hong Kong mobster's sister is working with authorities on their investigation into her own brother's plot to assassinate the Queen.
International Law is a Canadian documentary television miniseries on international law which aired on CBC Television in 1961.
Miss International is an annual international beauty pageant held since 1960. Miss International is part of the Big Four international beauty pageants.
Circus International is a Canadian documentary television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1981.
Science International, later retitled What Will They Think Of Next?, is a Canadian television series produced by Global Television Network from 1976 to 1979. Each episode featured approximately 20 short segments on scientific developments and trivia, narrated by Joseph Campanella and Tiiu Leek for its initial seasons. Kerrie Keane replaced Leek later in the series run. The hosts also appeared on camera, usually with chromakey effects behind them such as animation. The format of the series alternated between filmed footage of new inventions and developments and limited-animation segments usually focusing on more off-beat developments. After the show was retitled for its second and third seasons, Campanella proclaims at the end of the opening credits that the reports originate from the "Research Unit of Science International." In the US, this series aired in the early-1980s on Nickelodeon, with almost all episodes airing under the What Will They Think Of Next? title, however, Nickelodeon did air some episodes under the "Science International" title.
Storybook International is a British children's television series, produced for ITV by Harlech Productions, a part of HTV. The weekly, half-hour show was a collection of folk tales and fairy stories from all over the world, based on an anthology of stories for children published by Gollancz in 1981, edited by Veronica Kruger. Filmed in such locales as Russia, Ireland and Scandinavia, the series' live-action playlets were based on stories which originated in England, Czechoslovakia, France, Romania, Turkey, Wales, Israel, Norway, China, Africa, India and elsewhere. A few of the stories were campfire legends derived from the Native Americans of New England and the Maori of New Zealand. First broadcast in 1983, it consisted of 65 episodes, aired as three separate series. Although its distribution was originally confined to Britain and Europe, Storybook International enjoyed extensive cable play in the US, Scandinavia and the Middle East in subsequent decades. Fitfully released on VHS throughout the 1980s and 1990, the full series was finally made available on DVD in 2006. The show famously began with an animated title sequence with a troubadour singing the theme song, accompanied by a friendly anthropomorphic fox. The original version was sung in a traditional English folk style, but subsequent international versions had different versions of the song. Notably the US version replaced the line "In England I am John" with "In America I'm John".
International Hareport is an upcoming computer-animated television series produced by France's independent TeamTO, with the support of the Centre National de la Cinématographie. The series was first proposed at 2006's Cartoon Forum. It is also being made by Filmwerken and ViviFilms. The show's main characters are Fred and Ned, two hares who decide to build an international airport on their own garden after discovering that all animals can finally fly.
Business International is a news program which airs on CNN International. It is anchored by Adrian Finighan and Becky Anderson from CNN's London studios. Business International was launched in 2000. As the title implies, it gives more in-depth coverage of international business headlines. During the course of the show, market reports come from the London Stock Exchange. However in recent years, the show has devoted more air time to covering breaking world news. The European evening edition of the show, presented by Anderson also has sports updates and a preview of the following day's newspaper headlines.
Ronny is a Malaysian student who’s come to Australia to study law. Though smart, driven and competitive, he’s also blunt and barbed, so it’s not long before Ronny is at odds with most people on campus.
International King of Sports was a multi-sport competition held yearly. The events were unusual sports rarely undertaken outside of this competition and were often variants of standard track and field sports. Australian Adam Horder was the winner in 2002 but the 2004 winner is unknown after the show's cancellation.
Miss Chinese International Pageant or MCI for short, is an annual international beauty pageant, organized and broadcast by TVB, a leading network television station in Hong Kong.
International Gladiators 2 was filmed in the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham during 1995 and was broadcast on ITV in 1996, the second series of Gladiators using the International moniker. Six countries were represented: the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Russia, and South Africa; this was two more than were represented in the first International series. UK, USA and Australia all had their own domestic series and sent recent champion contenders and selected gladiators. The other three countries did not have their own shows at the time although this was not indicated at the time of filming. Finland did not send representatives, either contenders or Gladiators, as they had in the first series. There were also thirty-six Gladiators, twelve more than the original series. American Gladiators host Mike Adamle returned as host. Gladiators presenter John Fashanu did not return for the second series and was replaced by his co-host, Ulrika Jonsson. Australian Gladiators presenter Kimberley Joseph joined the broadcast team as well. Gladiators referee John Anderson and American Gladiators referee Larry Thompson also returned, and were joined by Aussie assistant referee John Forsyth.
San Francisco International Airport is a television drama aired in the United States The series starred Lloyd Bridges as Jim Conrad, the manager of the gigantic San Francisco International Airport. Bob Hatten was his chief of security, an important role at a time when security was beginning to emerge as a real-life major issue in air transport. June was Conrad's secretary. Airport situations drawn from real life were addressed, such as protesting demonstrators, mechanical malfunctions, and similar problems.
The Real Football Factories International is a documentary style program about football hooliganism across the world. The Real Football Factories was the first series, where presenter and actor Danny Dyer travelled the UK, meeting some of the more notorious football firms. In this spin-off series, Dyer goes international, meeting firms from across the globe. Dyer played the main character of Tommy Johnson, a main member of a fictional Chelsea firm in the 2004 film The Football Factory. In 'The Real Football Factories International', Dyer visits Turkey, Argentina, Italy, Croatia and Serbia, The Netherlands, Brazil, Poland and Russia. In late 2007, The Score in Canada started to broadcast these episodes along with "The Real Football Factories." But with an altered soundtrack due to copyright issues. It was also shown on CNN and CNN International under the name The Real Soccer Factories International in 2008.
The Center for International Sustainable Development Law is an international legal research center with the mission to promote sustainable societies and the protection of ecosystems by advancing the understanding, development and implementation of international sustainable development law. The CISDL is governed by a distinguished Board of Governors and is guided a roster of honoured international advisors and expert collaborators. The CISDL is engaged in six primary areas of sustainable development law research, each of which is led by a CISDL Lead Counsel based at a developing or developed country law faculty or international organisation. These include: Trade, Investment & Competition Law Biodiversity & Biosafety Law Health & Hazards Law Climate Change Law Human Rights & Poverty Eradication Natural Resources Law Governance, Institutions & Accountability. The CISDL has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.