A couple in their late 30’s sets out to prepare a fake photo album of a pseudo pregnancy period in order to prove their biological tie to the baby they’re planning to adopt.
A young girl is glancing through a family photo album. Childhood memories come to life, still pictures start moving. Souvenirs become a metaphorical imaginary story about past and future.
Beyoncè: The Visual Album consists of 17 music videos from the self titled album Beyoncè released in 2013
Events surrounding the life of a female pop star in which several men are involved as well. The story starts to develop when one of them kills her...
Follows the decadence of an incestuous oligarch family in a rural Brazilian household through the years during the early 20th century.
Chronicles Harry’s musical journey while creating his much anticipated debut solo album. The film features exclusive interviews and behind the scenes footage shot in Jamaica, Los Angeles and London during the making of the album and is complemented by Harry and his band performing songs from it for the first time at the world famous Abbey Road Studios in London.
Stephen Sondheim's musical "Company" opened on Broadway in the Spring of 1970, and tradition dictates that the cast recording is done on the first Sunday after opening night. D.A. Pennebaker, the now-legendary documentarian, filmed the production of the original cast recording, the back and forth between Sondheim and the performers, and the dynamic of trying to record live performance. The film climaxes with Elaine Stritch's performance of "The Ladies Who Lunch". The show won 6 Tony Awards including "Best Musical" and ran for two years on Broadway.
Painter Zdzisław Beksiński, his wife Zofia and their son Tomasz, a well-known radio journalist and translator, were a typical and unconventional family, both at the same time. One of the father’s obsessions was filming himself and his family members. Using archival footage only, shot primarily by Zdzisław, as well many other materials, which have not been presented anywhere so far, the film tells a tragic story of the Beksińskis that has never ceased to fascinate Polish filmmakers.
Album is a 2002 Indian Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by Vasanthabalan, starring Aryan Rajesh and Shruthika. The story portrays the love and affection between two families. The film, produced by Kavithalayaa Productions, was Vasanthabalan's directorial debut and became a commercial failure, remainaing his only unsuccessful venture. It is however best known for featuring the song "Chellame Chellam" from Karthik Raja's soundtrack to the film, which was award-winning playback singer Shreya Ghoshal's first song in Tamil language.
In this short self-portrait, Ubu Films co-founder Perry mines his archive of family photographs, home videos and exhibited 16mm film to fast-forward, reverse and freeze-frame narratives and reminiscences.
Album also represents a further step on a path Müller set off on several years ago: away from festivals and toward the art market. Album does not have a linear narrative, but is instead conceived as a loop and is shown primarily in the gallery and museum context. Even though Müller still has one foot in the short film scene, his video works have moved him step by step closer to the world of the fine arts.
Israeli documentary, mostly in Russian, about the 2012 World chess championship between Vishy Anand and Boris Gelfand.
B'Day Anthology Video Album is the first video album by American recording artist Beyoncé. It features thirteen music videos for songs from her second studio album, B'Day and its deluxe re-release. Beyoncé shot nine videos for the album, and four pre-filmed videos were also included. B'Day Anthology Video Album debuted at number twenty-four on the US Top Music Videos chart dated April 28, 2007. It was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on October 3, 2007, denoting the shipments of 200,000 copies.
This is a movie that exposes the not-so picture-perfect Family Album...a hilarious and sad and eccentric concoction of the truth.
Directed by Henri-François Imbert
After country music starlet Tess Stapleton’s album sales keep dropping, her label forces her to record a Christmas album with ex-teen heartthrob and pop-star, Derek Copeland, in an attempt to resurrect each’s career. Reluctantly, Tess agrees. At first, they appear to be polar opposites; clashing over song styles and irritated that they were forced together. However, to their combined surprise, as the album shapes up, they find themselves growing closer over their shared love of music. As they finish the album sparks begin to fly and love blooms just in time for Christmas.
Touya Fujii is a twenty-year-old college student dating a rising singer named Yuki Morikawa. Along the way, they are faced with numerous challenges throughout the course of events at Fuji’s college. Be prepared for an exciting journey!
Family Album, also known as Danielle Steel's Family Album, is a 1994 television film directed by Jack Bender. The film, which was released in two parts, is based upon the 1985 novel of the same name written by Danielle Steel. The drama centers on the life chronology of a Hollywood actress who becomes a successful film director in an era where directing was dominated by men.
Music Album was a Canadian music television series which aired on CBC Television from 1970 to 1971.
Family Album is an American sitcom that aired from September 24 until November 12, 1993.
Family Album is an American single-camera comedy television pilot that was in development for Fox as a midseason replacement in the 2011–12 television season, where it would serve as a fill-in for Glee during its break. The pilot was created and executive produced by Joe Port and Joe Wiseman for Fox Television Studios. On August 11, 2011, it was announced that the pilot would not be picked up to series by Fox.
Album of History was a Canadian historical television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1967.
The Wedding Album is an American television pilot ordered by the Fox Network for the 2006-2007 television season. It was picked up for series order as a midseason replacement during the 2006-2007 television season. However, shortly after this, Fox ended development on the show, and replaced it with a similar project, The Wedding Bells, which received a midseason pick up.
My Favourite Album was a nation-wide poll conducted by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to discover Australia's most popular album. Voting was by phone, SMS or over the ABC's website between 20 September 2006 to midnight on 18 October 2006. Much of the poll's promotion was through the ABC's music trivia program Spicks and Specks and ABC's youth radio station Triple J. The end result, as voted by more than 100,000 viewers, had Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon voted Australia's favourite album. The highest Australian artists on the list are Midnight Oil with 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 at #23. The "Top Ten" results of the voting was aired at 7.30pm on Sunday 3 December 2006, on ABC TV, before a studio audience and reviewed by a panel consisting of comedienne Judith Lucy, Australian Idol judge Ian Dickson, Spiderbait vocalist Mark "Kram" Maher, singer Renée Geyer, and comedian Chas Licciardello. Between segments of the show, comedian Alan Brough discussed unusual trivia arising from the poll. The show was hosted by Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. The 90 minute show was rescreened at 3pm on 7 January 2007.
Disney Family Album is a half hour documentary series on the Disney Channel that aired during the 1980s. It was narrated by Buddy Ebsen. The series looked at the artists and performers that help create Disney's movies and parks.
Eric Welch's Sports Album was an Australian television series which aired from 24 January to 1 August 1957. The series aired at 8:30PM on Thursdays on Melbourne station GTV-9, and featured a mix of live and filmed material. Eric Welch was a sports commentator on radio and had previously been on a commentator on GTV's 1956 Olympics coverage. Sports Album utilized the Movietone library of vintage newsreel footage of Australian sporting events such as the Melbourne Cup, combined with live interviews of Australian sports figures. The series was both an early example of sports-related programming on Australian television, as well as one of GTV's earliest locally-produced series.
The Album Chart Show is a British television programme shown on Channel 4 that showcased the biggest and best album releases from the UK Top 100 Album Chart. It also gave up-and-coming talent a chance to make their mark on a 1000 strong audience by performing live. The show was produced by 3DD Productions recorded in front of a live audience in London’s historic music venue KOKO club in Camden, London. The series was shot in HD and combines live performances from some of the world’s leading music artists with exclusive interviews. The show began on 4 March 2006. It is shown on a Friday night on Channel 4 at around midnight and also on 4Music at 20:00 BST. The first two series were presented by Joe Mace, whilst the third series will be presented by Sara Cox. Production television facilities for the programme are provided by NEP Visions high definition units. Lighting services are provided by Television lighting specialists Panalux. Series six returned in February 2010 with a new sponsor The Tesco Entertainment Album Chart Show and a new presenter Nick Grimshaw. Performances from the show are sold abroad as London Live and appear on MTV.
The Holy Family Album is a television documentary written and narrated by Angela Carter. It was directed by JoAnn Kaplan and produced by John Ellis at Large Door Productions, London, UK. It was broadcast on the UK's Channel 4 on December 3, 1991 as part of the Without Walls series, commissioned by Waldemar Janusczcak. The documentary treats representations of Christ in Western art as if they are photographs in God's photo album. According to John Ellis, the programme "caused considerable controversy", and was criticised in an editorial in The Times even before it was transmitted. The programme was featured in Channel 4's review programme Right to Reply and a complaint to the Broadcasting Standards Council was not upheld. It has not been retransmitted or published since Angela Carter's death in 1992.