A federal agent (John Howard) and his partner track uranium-ore hijackers with radar.
Terrar alarm in Berlin. Although the security authorities have various information about impending attacks by Islamists, but the detonation of an explosive device and the death of many people can not prevent them. The investigators focus on judge Elke Seeberg, who is quickly exposed to a hunt. Can it really be that her daughter was involved in the assassination? In search of the truth, Elke encounters connections in the constitutional authorities, which also the BKA official Heinrich Buch does not simply accept.
Camera Edit, with ambient sound and Radio Frequencies. Captured in location. Shortwave radio signals. KHz Range: 100-800 AM. N 65˚29.534, W 171˚10.477.
Commando Cody, 'Sky Marshal of the Universe', works with American scientists Joan Gilbert and Ted Richards in the development of a flying suit and a rocket to the Moon. When the nation's defences are being sabotaged and destroyed, Cody learns that an atomic-gun is being used and that the men on the moon are the culprits.
Plexi Radar is the act of filming a gyrating motion of a circular plexiglas sculpture, which is then looped by a computer. The image of the sculpture alternately divide in between some hypnotic shots in which subconscious impose the illusion of a constant change of frame. Thèmes : abstraction
What could ever happen if a funny and misogynist English detective specialized in finding the right cause to make annoying and lazy employees sacked could listen to people's sexual preferences?
When surf crazy Brandon throws a surf mental he is sentenced to 'helping' in a home for the mentally disabled. Then enter two of the home's people. The two men realize that Brandon is there new ticket for a fun getaway. A day trip to the beach results in them meeting a mysterious waitress called Jo. A accidental murder gets them into strife, but if they want to live they will have to stay under the radar.
From the Video Sculpture series.
The war lords of a potential enemy of the US has the spy ring, led by John Baroda, the Spy King and his aide Nitra, sabotaging the plans for a vast defense system of radar stations along the American borders. Radar Defense Bureau operative Chris Calvert comes to the rescue of a brilliant radar scientist, Joan Hughes, who has been kidnapped by Baroda henchmen in chapter 1 ("The Fatal Fog"), and the two battle together before putting an end to the Spy King in the aptly-named chapter 12, "Day of Reckoning".
Golden Earring at Rockpalast. 1982
While traveling undercover throughout Burma, Henry Rollins exposes the country's repressive military dictatorship.
1950's car culture resulted from the converging simultaneous evilutions of the cheeseburger, the radio and the automobile.
Live concert of Dispatch
When we speak, lead, teach, and preach sometimes very destructive can happen over time, small at first, and then it grows... Filmed live at the Poets, Prophets, and Preachers seminar in July 09' in Grand Rapids, The Poets, Prophets, and Preachers is a five part film series devoted to reclaiming the ancient, beautiful, provocative, healing, inspired art form known as the sermon. Over the five talks Rob explores the theological, conceptual, practical and personal dimensions involved in giving a talk, sermon, message, or teaching.
The story of one of cinema's true professionals, "little person" Mike Edmonds, from his early life in Essex to the Star Wars franchise, Time Bandits, The R.S.C. and beyond.
Fans of the now-defunct noise rockers Arab on Radar can catch members Eric, Steve, Jeff and Craig at their grinding, distorted best in this documentary that captures the band wreaking havoc at 10 different concert venues. Formed in Connecticut in 1994 and later signed to Skin Graft records, the band has been compared to seminal No Wave artists the Contortions and is known for its no-holds-barred live shows.
Over a period of six years, director James Bluemel and producer Gordon Wilson followed epileptic alcoholic Nigel (37) from Oxford, England, who managed to slip through the net of the welfare system for 66 months. Self-mutilation, alcohol, and childlike delusions mean Nigel is a vulnerable man. In the words of his social worker, "Nigel has been abused financially, sexually, and emotionally for years." She's referring to the days when, while out "in the wild," a man named Robbie took Nigel under his wings. He was like a father to Nigel, while at the same time absolutely unfit for the role of caregiver, especially because he couldn't keep his hands to himself.
Deeply ensconced in a top-secret military program, three pilots struggle to bring an artificial intelligence program under control ... before it initiates the next world war.
Jessica Villerius joins the DSI (Special Intervention Task Force) as they deal with terrorism threats and other violent incidents.
El radar is a Colombian current affairs programme broadcast on weeknights at 23:00 on Caracol TV. It is presented since October 2009 by D'arcy Quinn or its director Darío Fernando Patiño before that its presenter was Jorge Alfredo Vargas. Most episodes feature one, two, or three interviews with politicians, analysts, artists, businesspeople, etc. The interviewers are well-known Colombian journalists from radio, television, and print media. Twice a week the comical duo Tola y Maruja appear to mock Colombian politics and society. Its section on El radar was nominated for the India Catalina award (part of the Cartagena Film Festival) for Best Journalism and/or Opinion Programme in 2008. On early 2009, its Monday time slot was filled with repeats of Séptimo día. During some weeks in May and June 2009 it was moved to 23:30 to make room for the Telemundo telenovela La novela basada en Sin tetas no hay paraíso, but after complaints from the viewers (and jokes by Tola y Maruja during the programme), it was returned to its initial time slot.
Te Radar lives in Auckland. But he doesn't know much about his Pacific neighbors. In Radar Across the Pacific, he travels to the islands to find out more.