The first account on film of the growth of multinational corporations, their impact on people at home and abroad, and their influence on U.S. foreign policy. This is the film that helped kick-off the anti-globalization movement. Upon its release, CONTROLLING INTEREST quickly became a standard "audio-visual text" for those concerned about the growing impact of multinational corporations on global affairs. The film examines how the ever-increasing concentration and velocity of capital affect employment in the U.S., shape patterns of development in the Third World, and influence our nation's foreign policy.
In this competition/elimination series, special effects make-up artists participate in elaborate challenges for a grand prize and the honor of being Hollywood's next great effects artist.
A live-action workplace comedy about Gary, an associate demon, as he attempts to capture souls on earth in order to climb the corporate ladder of the underworld. Gary hopes to advance in Hell, but he may be too stupid, lazy and kind-hearted to realize his dreams of promotion. Meanwhile, Gary's intern Claude is more talented, more devious and will do whatever it takes to impress Satan.
Former Face Off all-stars go head-to-head each week, with multiple make-up reveals and eliminations throughout each exciting episode. Every week, four artists will race against the clock to complete three challenges, with eliminations after every round, but only one artist will walk away with the $10,000 prize.
Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer is an American Sunday morning political interview show, which premiered on the CBS television network. It is one of the longest-running news programs in the history of television, having debuted in 1954.
Face To Face is a BBC television series originally broadcast between 1959 and 1962, created and produced by Hugh Burnett, which ran for 35 episodes. The insightful and often probing style of the interviewer, former politician John Freeman, separated it from other programmes of the time. The series was revived in 1989 with Jeremy Isaacs as the interviewer. This version ran until 1998.
Celebrities battle each other with lip sync performances.
Face to Face was a Sunday morning political talk program on the Seven Network. It ran from 19 November 1995 and in 1999 became a segment of Sunday Sunrise. Face to Face started in November 1995 as a small-budget national political interview show, which featured an interview with a guest about the week's most important national issue. It aired late Sunday night and was originally hosted by Neil Mercer. In October 1996, the show moved to Sunday mornings and began screening live at 8.30 am, up against Network Ten's Meet the Press and the second half of Nine Network's Business Sunday. Guests were interviewed live in the studio, instead of pre-recording. In 1997, Stan Grant became the host until mid year when Chris Bath took over. In 1998, Bath moved to Witness and Glenn Milne took over. In 1999 it became a segment of Sunday Sunrise and ceased to be a stand-alone programme. During that year the segments changed from being live with Glenn Milne to being a Friday night pre-record by Stan Grant.
Face à face was a French political television programme, created by Jean Farran and Igor Barrère and shown on la première chaîne of ORTF from 24 February to 3 October 1966 when it was replaced by En direct avec.
Face to Face is an early American television game show running 15 minutes. It began broadcasting on the NBC Television network on June 9, 1946 and ran until January 26, 1947 on Sundays at 8:00 pm EST, immediately before Geographically Speaking.
Face to Face is a Philippine reality tabloid talk show aired on TV5 and hosted by Amy Perez. It is produced exclusively by ABC Development Corporation and bills itself as a "Barangay Hall On-Air." It is very similar to the US television show The Jerry Springer Show but has a Filipino cultural perspective, predominantly with "marginalized and impoverished guests". The show aims to resolve minor conflicts between two arguing parties with the help of a panel of counselors that represent the legal, emotional and spiritual aspects of living. The show is one of the most popular talk shows in the Philippines but has also proved to be controversial due to the violence exhibited in the show. Hence, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board has requested that the show "tone down physical altercations between guests".
From the creator of Salad Fingers, tune in to the adventures of Burnt Face Man, a really rubbish gay superhero with a burnt face who fights against criminals committing crimes such as arch-enemies Bastard Man and Man-Spider, and saving civilian bystanders from danger. Unfortunately most people don’t like him and things always go wrong for this superhero.
Following a botched jewel heist, sociopath criminal Gunter Vogler is forced to assume the identity of a cop he shot and work undercover to take down the city’s crime lords.
About Face is a series of twelve unconnected half-hour sitcoms all starring Maureen Lipman in the lead role. Each episode featured a guest cast of well known actors and actresses. The episodes were written by Richard Harris, Geoffrey Perkins, Chips Hardy & John Henderson, Astrid Ronning, John Wells, Paul Smith & Terry Kyan, Jack Rosenthal, Carol Bunyan and Ian Hislop & Nick Newman. It was made for the ITV network by Central Independent Television.
Dr. Kirishima is a genius plastic surgeon who gives his patients brand new lives.
Haunted Encounters is an American paranormal television series that premiered on December 1, 2012 on the Biography Channel. The program features a paranormal investigation team known as the Paranormal Syndicate who investigates haunted hotspots that are reported to be on the list of reportedly haunted locations and gather evidence to prove that it is haunted. Current episodes air at 10:00PM EST.
A “Tinder-inspired” version of successful noughties game show Your Face Or Mine?, the cult-classic, couples-based comedy format in which your face can win you cash. Over a series of revelation-filled rounds, couples are forced to compare their looks with other people's - and ultimately with each other's - in this relationship-testing game.
TV Face is a pulpy, horror webseries directed by Dean Bull and produced by David Britz. 99 Potions and Paradox Opera are the production companies associated with creating the show. It started its broadcast July 23, 2007 of its first episode of the 34-part series. However, before this release, several videos were released that claimed to be underground and banned videos from the 1980s. This left fans wondering if these were indeed legitimate archived videos, or videos concocted by the creators themselves. TV Face has a rich canon of influences that brings the show its unique flavor. Harkening back to the "Video Nasties" blacklisted by The Video Recordings Act 1984 in the UK, the quirky and driven characters of TV Face search for these lost trashy gems. The characters treat this media with a strange level of reverence and sanctity. The script went through intense dramaturgy to embrace elements of Shakespearean and classical technique, the Suzuki Method style of abstract characterization; all while combining classical western play structure with eastern media sensibilities. The show itself favors bold artistic decisions.
The Face is an American reality television modeling competition series. The show is hosted by Nigel Barker, who was a previous judge on America's Next Top Model for seventeen seasons. The series follows three supermodel coaches, Anne Vyalitsyna, Lydia Hearst-Shaw, and Naomi Campbell as they compete with each other to find 'the face' of ULTA beauty, one of the fastest growing beauty retailers in the United States. The series premiered online on February 1, 2013. It premiered on television on February 12, 2013, on Oxygen. The series was renewed in April 2013 for a ten-episode second season, which will premiere in early 2014. Anne Vyalitsyna and Lydia Hearst-Shaw replaced Coco Rocha and Karolina Kurkova as supermodel coaches in the second season.