Creating Gollum 2003

From the very beginning of the design process on the film trilogy, right up to the summer months prior to the release of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, the look of Gollum was ever-changing and developing. Here then is a brief guide through their work, accompanied by some sketches, designs, maquettes and wire frames that ultimately led to the creation of the most striking and believable computer generated character in motion picture industry.

Sesame Street: Sing Yourself Sillier at the Movies 1997

In a spoof of Siskel and Ebert's Sneak Previews, Telly and Oscar are seen in a movie theater, reviewing the silliest songs from Sesame Street. Telly loves all of them and he gives them 5 "Wows". Oscar, however, dislikes them and gives them 5 "Phooeys" (but ends up liking the last clip).

Fat Camp 2006

Although tens of thousands of young Americans struggle with obesity on a daily basis -only the fortunate few go to weight loss camp for the summer to learn how to live a healthy life. However, "fat camp" is hardly a restrictive prison. Teenage angst is just as much the rule of the day as maintaining a proper diet. MTV News & Docs followed five teens to fat camp for a day-by-day look at their struggle to turn their lives around and found that for these overweight campers - finding love, rebelling against authority, or just trying to fit in can be all-consuming obsessions.

Hand Film 1966

Rainer's first film, Hand Film, was shot by fellow dancer William Davis when Rainer was confined to a hospital bed, recovering from major surgery and unable to dance. The resulting five minutes of footage is a sustained close-up shot of Rainer's hand against a grey background as it stretches and contracts, bends and points, performing the kinds of everyday, quotidian movements that characterize her pioneering minimalist choreography.

Kirby: Fright to the Finish! 2005

This animated adventure features one of Nintendo's most popular characters, that lovable puffball Kirby. In this action-filled movie, Kirby battles a fleet of mysterious spaceships that have the effrontery to attack Dream Land. Our pint-sized hero embarks on a nerve-shattering journey into deep space, where he must confront his ultimate nightmare: the diabolical eNeMeE. Will Kirby emerge unscathed and victorious?

Haru no Ashioto 2006

One day the else so peaceful mood in the Ourin Gakuen suddenly changes. Kusunoki-sensei, the so-called subheroine, along with most of the students takes over the school after a coup d'├ętat. The principal is beaten and now it's up to Yuu Sakurano, Yuzuki Kaede and Nagomi Fujikura to take back the school from her and return it to the former peaceful days. This is the start of a full-scale war, one that this school has never seen before.

Reckless: The Sequel 1998

One year on in their lives, Owen and Anna plan to marry. But Anna's ex-husband may have an other idea. He schemes to rip the couple apart. Can Anna and Owen survive this emotional trauma to become man and wife?

The Golden Laws 2003

In the year 2403 AD, a young student named Satoru is visited by a time traveler from the future, a cute girl named Alisa. The two go back in time together to explore the 21st century when a malfunction sends them hurdling through seemingly random episodes of religious and historical importance featuring Buddha, Jesus Christ and other eminent figures.

Goodness Gracious 1914

Clara Kimball Young, batting her eyelashes even faster than Bernadette Peters, plays Gwendoline, an innocent(?) heroine who seeks a livelihood in the big city. She's briefly employed in a 'bucket shop' (a crooked brokerage house) and arouses the attention of a moustache-twirling top-hatted villain (played by her real-life husband James Young). After temporarily escaping his clutches, she finds gainful employment in the firm of a dry-goods millionaire (James Lackaye). The millionaire's youthful son Cornelius (played by Sidney Drew, well into middle age) falls in love with her ... but his father disapproves of their marriage, and he cuts off Cornelius with only a shilling (24 cents, it says here in the titles). The villain arrives, murders Gwendoline's employer (just temporarily, mind you) and frames Cornelius for the crime. Will true love triumph?

**** 1967

Photographed entirely in color, Four Stars was projected in its complete length of nearly 25 hours (allowing for projection overlap of the 35-minute reels) only once, at the Film-Makers' Cinematheque in the basement of the now-demolished Wurlitzer Building at 125 West 41st Street in New York City. The imagery in the film is dense, wearying and beautiful, but ultimately hard to decipher, for, in contrast to his earlier, and more famous film Chelsea Girls, made in 1966, Warhol directed that two reels be screened simultaneously on top of each other on a single screen, rather than side-by-side.

The Laws of the Sun 2000

Some 120 million years ago, a king named Satan fell to hell and instigated a rebellion against gods, all kinds of confusion and evil effects began to occur on earth. El Cantare, the highest existence of Earth, allowed a part of his spirit to descend on Earth to put an end to the realm of Hell. El Cantare's consciousness descended to the continent of Mu, to Atlantis, to ancient Incan Empire, to Greece, and to India as Gautama Siddhartha and awakened people with the power of enlightenment.

Hermes - Winds of Love 1997

The creator of the world orders Hermes to defeat the evil King Minos, tyrant of Crete. With his beautiful wife, Aphrodite, by his side, he bravely responds to the challenge. A battle between good and evil rocks the heavens as Hermes fights to unite Greece!

Global: A Surf Movie

Surfing from around the world without all the hype and gimmicks. Shot on location in Europe, the United States, Africa and Central America, Global showcases the best surfiing on the planet.

Hercules Boogie 2004 The Movie

623 participants, aged between 16 and 73, from 18 countries made unbelievable 10989 jumps in 8 days. On this the 11th Hercules Boogie the C-130 made 140 loads.