Two lighthouse keepers try to maintain their sanity while living on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s.
Two lighthouse keepers clash, making their duties difficult even before a freak storms hits and strands them at the lighthouse for months. Based on a true story.
A lighthouse keeper’s surprising discovery pulls him out of his daily routine and takes him into uncharted territory.
In 1972 two men and two women fell to the bottom of the old lighthouse. Carrie, Trip, Nick, Kevin, Samantha,Derek, and Jessica have decided to go on a camping trip culminating at the lighthouse itself. Things have a way of happening to this group of adventurers real or imaginary, they will find out.
A faithful dramatization of Virginia Woolf's novel. A lecturer, his family, the spinster Aunt Lily, an old friend, and a student, Charles Tansley, spend a summer in an isolated house in Cornwall just before World War I. The stern Mr. Ramsay scolds everybody, while Mrs. Ramsay is the linchpin in keeping the family together. Aunt Lily paints, and the family talk about sailing to the lighthouse, but the trip is always postponed.
Harry and his much-younger girlfriend surprise their friends one vacation weekend by announcing their desire to marry immediately. As they are visiting a small island village off the coast of west Australia, that is easier said than done.
A Lighthouse keeper gets into some trouble.
Tom Alkins, a sturdy fisherman, loves Polly Berry, the daughter of old Nat Berry, the keeper of the light. Bert Duncan also loves Polly and is insanely jealous of Tom. The course of true love runs smoothly for the happy couple with the exception of an attempt on the part of Duncan to force his unwelcome attentions on Polly. He is soundly thrashed by Tom and vows vengeance.
A lighthouse keeper and his daughter are in trouble on two fronts--if the authorities find out he is going blind they will remove him, and a gang of liquor-smugglers is trying to destroy the lighthouse so they can land their illegal cargo on shore without being spotted.
A plasticene animated film about a lonely lighthouse, a craggy old lighthouse keeper and a mysterious dark figure that moves in the fog. A delightful song ends this tale of unrequited love.
The old lighthouse keeper lives peacefully with his two daughters, who are both engaged to fisherman. One night he receives a message announcing the shipwreck...
The songs on this DVD are: 1. Lifted, 2. Ocean Drive, 3. High, 4. Raincloud, 5. Lost in Space, 6. Loving Every Minute, 7. Free / One, 8. Question of Faith, 9 Ain't no Sunshine, 10. Goodbye Heartbreak, 11. Run, 12. Postcard from Heaven, 13. Happy, 14. I Could Have Loved you
Thomas has gotten a special task. He is to deliver a lamp to Sodor's lighthouse, so the ships can make their way. Thomas is told that he must be very careful with the lamp and it must be delivered before it gets dark. Thomas takes the task very seriously, but cannot slow down when he is afraid that he will not get there on time. Suddenly Thomas discovers that there are works on the rails, but he is not able to stop. Thomas must collect a new lamp and once again heads off to Sodor's lighthouse. Will he get there in time?
Thomas Dolby documentary focusing on Orford Ness lighthouse on the Suffolk coast.
The story of how famed psychical researcher Harry Price became involved in a real-life plan to build a lighthouse that could be used to direct a beam at Mars, contacting the aliens who supposedly lived there.
A mother travels to Patagonia with her autistic son with the hope that a ranger and a pod of wild orcas can help him find an emotional connection.
Two Argentine sisters, Memé and Aneta, lose their mother in a car crash. Memé, the elder, is also left lame with one badly scarred leg. The orphaned girls go to Uruguay to stay with their aunts. The sisters often bicker, but they are actually very close. Memé flirts but has no luck with boys because of her injury... On their own now, Memé works as a waitress where she gets to know Andy. Returning to Montevideo, they meet Dolores, a friend of their late mother. Memé's affair with a man complicates her relationship with her sister. Then Andy invites the pair to his seaside retreat, a lighthouse.
Maria Saakyan’s elegiac, semi-autobiographical, humanist drama The Lighthouse unfolds against the backdrop of the Caucasus wars that plagued Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan during the early 1990s. Told with a dream-like emphasis on vision and sound this is the story of a young woman, Lena (Anna Kapaleva), who returns to her home in a remote, war-ravaged Armenian village to try and persuade her grandparents to leave with her for safety in Moscow. With a striking emphasis on the cinematic image and set to an hypnotic soundtrack by Finnish composer Kimmo Pohjonen, Lena’s return to her homeland combines documentary with the great visual tradition of the cinema of Tarkovsky and Paradjanov to become a poetic journey of discovery. An outstanding directorial debut, and an immensely moving experience.
Two kids about ten years old meet within a very peculiar framework: both come from broken families and are in care of foster homes...
To the Lighthouse is a 1983 made-for-television film based on the Virginia Woolf novel, To the Lighthouse.