Alternating between the past and the present, a precocious little girl sues her selfish, career-driven parents for emancipation, surprising them both.
With all of the problems facing the world today war, poverty, weapons, environmental degradation, starvation, overpopulation and severe desperation among millions people are longing for meaning. Many find answers in religion or spirituality, but as a result faith and religion are often hijacked by those seeking to enhance their own power at the expense of others, often all in the name of God. With this dichotomy in mind, "Beyond Our Differences" calls upon key religious leaders, politicians, and luminaries in their fields to tackle the toughest and most complex issues in the modern age, and it asks what it is that inspires them to affect positive change...
What does life hold for youth who grow up behind bars? MINOR DIFFERENCES tells the harsh truth about locking up kids. Similar to Michael Apted's SevenUP series, the film follows formerly-incarcerated young men for nearly 20 years, providing an intimate view of their journeys to maturity. Told in powerful first-person stories of racially-diverse individuals, MINOR DIFFERENCES puts a human face to the horrifying statistics of mass incarceration.
A sixth-grade teacher confronts the fact that one of her new students is not exactly like his older brother and will need to be treated like an individual after all.
The hit pop group look in danger when Bradley falls out with Paul over artistic differences and decides to join another band, while Rachel wants to leave the band and get married.
A film by Patrice Enard
A film by Patrice Enard
A film by Patrice Enard
The film stresses appreciating others for their differences is an important quality in mature young people.
In this acutely observed and sharply written debut feature from director Sylvie Michel, the contrasting parenting philosophies of a well-to-do divorcee and his immigrant cleaning lady becomes an angry debate over deeper issues of social class and cultural values when their teenage children disappear after a night on the town. (TIFF)
Freeride, Freestyle and Alpine racing united! Legs of Steel presents the multi-discipline ski film 'Same Difference’. True to the credo –‘a film about skiers’, this documentary will provides a one-of-a-kind view into skiing’s diversity. Follow Alpine race legend Felix Neureuther through a testing competitive season full of ultimate highs and lows. Take a ride with Fabian Lentsch, Bene Mayr & Sven Kueenle as they venture to the nerve centre of freeride skiing in Alaska, and watch on with anticipation as Freestyler Paddy Graham and his gang attempt to redefine gravity with the biggest jump ever attempted. The start gates and slopes are different and the rewards may seem wildly contrasting, but it’s all just skiing in the end.
Elena is a successful business woman of 39 years. Her life has everything except a man on whom she could rely. The work gradually becomes the meaning of her life and, in order to at least somehow resist this, she decides to try her luck at a marriage agency, where she really meets her fate. He may be 10 years younger than her, but is this really a barrier to love?
Two businessmen from the same company, Ozaki and Tsuburuya, make everyone swoon with their pretty looks and charming traits. Ozaki, a man who induces irresistible pheromones, and Tsuburuya, an intelligent but sadistic prince charming. Rivalry is what describes their relationship best, but with the two of them being ideal dominants, what's going to happen when they end up in bed?
A documentary about Doris Day and the question where she is today.
Does having a learning disability mean that you can’t learn? Eight children prove that the answer is a definitive 'No' in this documentary. Interviews with kids are intercut with scenes of the children engaged in activities that reflect their talents to form a compelling portrait of the ways in which these young people use their strengths to overcome their challenges.
Leon and Noel are twin brothers. When Leon becomes interested in Abi and Abi becomes interested in Noel a love triangle is formed until Noel makes a declaration of his own.
Two robbers try to break into a house and steal a diamond, not getting nuts.
How does it feel to have your gender identity included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders? Diagnosing Difference is a documentary featuring interviews with 13 diverse scholars, activists, and artists who identify on the trans spectrum (transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, and gender variant) about the impact and implications of the Gender Identity Disorder (GID) on their lives and communities.
Pure Difference asks us "What is a number?" It deals with the inclination to rely on data as truth and neutrality. Using the visual tropes of a tech-conference presentation, trashy YouTube video and film essay, Peters sifts the languages of science and maths, to disclose how these can buttress power and galvanise authority.
Filmed over five and a half years, ALL THE DIFFERENCE (83 min.) weaves together the stories of two tough, yet promising young black men, Robert and Krishaun, as they navigate their lives through their high school senior year and all four years of college. They come from broken homes and low-income, high-risk communities in Chicago where barely 50% of young black men graduate from high school and of those that do graduate less than half go on to college and even fewer will graduate within 4 to 6 years. The film explores the factors in their lives (education, parents and grandparents, teachers, role models, personal drive and community support) that made all the difference in helping them be the first in their families to most likely escape poverty and secure a place in the middle class.
La Difference is a Canadian current affairs television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1968.
Difference of Opinion is an Australian television program that was produced and broadcast by ABC1. It began at the start of 2007, hosted by ex-60 Minutes journalist Jeff McMullen. It is a debating program. Season 1 began on Monday 12 February 2007 and ran from 9:25 pm to 10:30 pm until Monday 7 May 2007. After a nine-week break, the program returned for its second season on Thursday 19 July 2007 running from 9:25 pm to 10:20 pm. In 2008, the program was in some ways replaced by the similar ABC1 program Q&A.
Building A Difference is a documentary television program that showcases volunteers, organizations and charities that help "build a difference" in the lives of people in desperate need. It is a production of DeerLight Entertainment of Jacksonville, Florida. Its first season host and producer is Chris Simons and the executive producer and director Mick Richards. Volume One features Northeast Florida Builders Care and was produced in association with the Northeast Florida Builders Association of Jacksonville and airs on TBN and various television stations across the country.