Max leaves his lakeside town to live with his father on the fringe of suburban Arizona. Both fever dream and quiet trip, Pavilion creates a deep and ethereal world, showing us an innocent way of life coming apart at the seams, constructing an indelible image of the enigma of youth.
Four beautiful sisters are entrusted with taking care of Kinjiro, a giant salamander and national treasure. Rumors spread that Kinjiro is an impostor, so a genius x-ray technician is sent to run some tests.
With World War 2 looming, a prominent family in China must confront the contrasting ideas of traditionalism, communism and Western thinking, while dealing with the most important ideal of all: love and its meaning in society.
A young scientist is kidnapped and taken to a mysterious house in which his former professor is conducting experiments to shrink people.
Over 1 million troops from colonial India took part in WWI on behalf of the British Empire. 62,000 lost their lives while overseas. German propaganda suggested that Muslim Indian soldiers who fought for Britain were not being buried according to their beliefs, and in response the War Office opened the Muslim Burial Ground at Horsell Common, Woking, in 1917. Nineteen Muslim Indian soldiers who died in Britain during WWI were buried at the cemetery. The Muslim Burial Ground continued to be used during World War II, but became derelict after the wars. The graves were subjected to racist vandalism, prompting the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to reinter the bodies at Brookwood Military Cemetery in 1969. Adrus' footage of the Muslim Burial Ground shows the site before it was restored as a Peace Garden in 2015. Using photographs, archival footage and interviews he reflects on issues around war, migration, empire and the affinity to place and country.
Over 1 million troops from colonial India took part in WWI on behalf of the British Empire. This silent and slowed-down archival footage shows Indian and Ghurka soldiers at the Royal Pavilion hospital in 1915, a rare document of their presence in Britain at the time.
The story takes place in a beautiful pavilion in 1930's Suzhou. Jade is a famous songstress courtesan, marrying into the noble house. She develops a dubious relationship with a female cousin of the family and also being admired secretly by her butler. LAN, the cousin, is a modern woman who wants to be independent and serves her country, but when she meets the charismatic Shing, an official from the North, all her plans go astray. These two women's love bears no fruit with their men and in the end they have only each other to lean on.
A teenager called Li Li, always got the same dream. In the dream, she falls in love with a scholar. She finds satisfaction in the dream whereas she feels disillusion in the reality and led her became insane. Accidentally, she saw the scholar in an advertisement.
STS9 and Umphrey’s McGee roared into the windy city of Chicago and embarked on Northerly Island to rage the FirstMerit Bank Pavillion in front of the hometown masses. While the sun was still setting behind the beautiful Chicago skyline, STS9 kicked off the night with a bang, going straight into “This, Us.” The powerful set contained the Liquid Horns supporting the band for several tracks delivering the brass tax. A beautiful mid-set “Circus” was played, and later in the set David Murphy commented on the full moon shining upon the crowd before playing a gigantic “Moon Socket.”
Dead and Company performing at BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ. SET I OPENER: Playing in the Band
A Danish crime film which Carl Theodor Dreyer worked on as a writer.
Adapted from M.M. Kaye's best-selling novel, this dramatic HBO miniseries follows two star-crossed lovers -- the young British officer Ash (Ben Cross) and the betrothed princess Anjuli (Amy Irving) -- as they face daunting odds in their quest to be together. Set in India during the time of the British Raj, this haunting (and BAFTA-nominated) love story features spectacular scenery and an epic saga of battle, treachery and intrigue.