Independent animation by Suzuki Shiniichi
Young lovers in London are wrapped up in a love triangle that may not be exactly what it seems. Carmen, a beautiful Spanish woman with a tendency to lose her temper at the drop of a hat, is about to be married to Barnaby, a caring, wealthy, but slightly boring Englishman. While out with friends on her 'hen night' she encounters a stranger who suddenly sparks a passion that has been sleeping within her. As her wedding date approaches, she finds herself struggling to put this newcomer out of her mind, but his effect on her keeps growing stronger. What is it that he sees in her, and why does she feel like she's being pushed inevitably into his arms?
A girl from Northern China, who comes to Hong Kong for teaching Putonghua, starts exploring the surrounding and history of her new city when she determines to find out the boy behind the mysterious dot to dot graffiti outside every subway station.
University of California Berkeley professor Daniel Fletcher built a portable microscope which attaches to the Nokia N8 phone, for medical purposes. Nokia asked Aardman Animations to utilise both the microscope and the phone to create a short. The entire film is shot using a Nokia N8.
A comedy that follows nine months in the life of Zectek.com, an Internet startup company. A social satire and sly comedy of manners unfolds through "behind-the-scenes footage" of day-to-day life and interviews with the company's founders and employees about their personal and professional dramas.
The growing up of a Reykjavík boy.
Tom pretends to have a cold in order to trick Mammy into letting him stay inside for the night. Jerry tricks Tom by making him think he really is sick - with the measles.
An Australian settler girl gets lost in the outback, but she is befriended by a kangaroo who gives her a ride in her pouch as they search for the girl's home. Aiding the pair are musically gifted koalas, platypuses, and kookaburras in this 72-minute film based on Ethel Pedley's 1899 children's book, with animated humans and animals superimposed upon a live background. Children will be touched by the relationship between the child and her marsupial protector, who has lost her own joey. But they may also be frightened by the mythical bunyip (a threatening animal-bird hybrid) or the heroines' violent confrontation with snarling dingoes. Finally, children who are used to happy endings will be mystified that the kangaroo never finds her own baby, and Dot, although returned home, sobs when separated from her beloved kangaroo. The film movingly dissolves from a weeping Dot to footage of real kangaroos bounding through the Australian bush. Ages 3 to 8. --Kimberly Heinrichs
The story of a young Colombian recruit who, while patrolling his country's border, is befriended by a Venezuelan adversary, and the tragic consequences of their relationship.
A man encounters death on a hill top
In the spring of 2005, an old mother living in Hanoi receives a diary. The diary carriers the notes of a young woman doctor who worked at a national liberation front hospital for two years starting in 1968 until her death. The diary was first discovered by a US militairy officer, who kept it for 35 years.
Dot Matrix is a sound and image composition of two 16mm film tracks, made by hand in a darkroom, without digital intervention. The projectors become instruments that read the images as waveforms. Colorful and fun circles are menacing when played back as sound.
In 2012, Richard Tuohy made "Screen Tone" using patterns of dots printed straight to 16mm film. By doubling this principle in "Dot Matrix", a third, dizzying moire pattern and a deafening noise develops in the flicker (alternating black and white frames) because the dots also pass by the sound head.
Art class is over, but Vashti is sitting glued to her chair in front of a blank piece of paper. The words of her teacher are a gentle invitation to express herself. But Vashti can’t draw - she’s no artist. To prove her point, Vashti jabs at a blank sheet of paper to make an unremarkable and angry mark. "There!" she says. That one little dot marks the beginning of Vashti’s journey of surprise and self-discovery. That special moment is the core of Peter H. Reynolds’s delicate fable about the creative spirit in all of us.
Dot ventures out into the bush determined to finally locate the little lost joey and reunite him with his mother. On her way she meets a silly bunny rabbit who tries to convince Dot that he is the joey she is looking for. Dot is delighted by his antics and names her new companion 'Funny Bunny'. Together they continue the search for the joey. On the way Dot learns that Funny Bunny is really a very lonely rabbit. His family were killed by hunters and he has been on his own ever since. They find mother kangaroo, and though she has not yet found her joey, when she sees the lonely bunny she realises she has found someone else to look after.
New York detective, Dot Forman, is suffering from PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result of a bullet that is lodged in her head.
Dot sets out on a mighty adventure that takes her to Hollywood. With the help of Hollywood stars Dot wins a talent quest, and discovered by a famous director, she becomes what all Hollywood dreams are made of – a film star. This enables her to raise money for her little friend Gumley the koala who needs an operation on his eyes.
Dot Comedy is a television series that attempted to use humor found on the internet to entertain a television audience. The show was hosted by Annabelle Gurwitch and the Sklar Brothers. The show replaced The Trouble With Normal on ABC, which had been cancelled after five episodes. Dot Comedy did even worse, being viewed by 4.1 million viewers in its only aired episode before also being cancelled. The remaining four episodes never aired.
Polka Dot Door was a long-running Canadian children's television series produced by the Ontario Education Communications Authority from 1971–1993. PDD was created and developed by a team of employees from TVOntario hired and led by original series producer-director, Peggy Liptrott. Significant contributors to the creation and development of the series in 1971 included Executive Producer Dr. Vera Good who laid the conceptual foundation of the show, Educational Supervisor, Marnie Patrick Roberts, Educational Consultant L. Ted Coneybeare, Script Writers/Composers, Pat Patterson and Dodi Robb, Animator Dick Derhodge and Dr. Ada Scherman, a professor at the prestigious Institute of Child Study in Toronto who was consulted in the early stages of PDD's development and is responsible for giving the show its name. New episodes of PDD originally aired on TVOntario Monday to Friday beginning in the fall of 1971 until the show's cancelation in 1993 with reruns running in constant rotation both on weekdays and weekends well into the 90s.
Polka Dot Shorts was a children's television show from TVOntario in Canada, but which has been broadcast around the world. It was created, produced and story edited by Jed MacKay, creator of TVO's successful show Join In!, and veteran children's TV writer/producer/composer. Approximately 180 episodes were produced from 1993–2001, all of which were produced by MacKay and directed by Michael McNamara. The series won a Gemini Award from the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television in 2000 for Best Pre-School Program or Series. The show is based on the earlier Polka Dot Door, and stars that show's characters Polkaroo, Humpty, Dumpty, Marigold and Bear in their own world. The characters are portrayed by "physical theater" actors in large costumes; Marigold's performer, for example, had a ballet and circus background. The actors' ability to convey a wide range of emotion with neither moving mouths or eyes was seen as truly awe-inspiring. Charles P. Schott was a Gemini Awards Finalist for Best Performer in a Pre-School Series, in 2002. Originally, each episode started with a human host who would introduce each episode to a gathering of children as she was about to read the story from a book. The stories themselves were dramatized by actors in large suits, playing the puppets from Polka Dot Door, while the reader provided the dialogue. A new character was added to the Polka Dot Door family - Polkaroo's pet, named Bibble. Although Bibble was only capable of making sounds that loosely resemble "bibblebibblebibble", he was able to bibble in various tones which indicated his mood.
Doteraman is a cartoon created by Tatsunoko Production.
Dotto is an American television quiz show which aired on CBS from January 6 to August 15, 1958 and was hosted by Jack Narz. Although it quickly became the highest-rated daytime game show on television, its end came when it became the unexpected first casualty – and ignition – of the quiz show scandals that rocked American broadcasting as the 1950s closed.
Dòtaman was the longest running Scottish Gaelic children's TV programme for pre-schoolers. It began 17 October 1985 starred Donnie Macleod, formerly of Na h-Oganaich, whose appearances made him a cult figure. Donnie was primarily the singer across the many series of the programme. The programme featured a presenter who carried the bulk of the programme presentation although Donnie shared some of the role, particularly when telling the time at the end of the programme.
Dotto Tech was a Canadian television series, which aired weekdays on the Access and A television systems. Hosted by Steve Dotto, the program was a magazine series profiling new developments in computers and electronics technology. In October 2009, Steve Dotto announced on the Dotto Tech site that the show had been cancelled due to financial reasons.
Dotto! Koni-chan is a Japanese anime television series, which premiered in Japan on Animax between November 26, 2000 and May 29, 2001. It was animated by Shaft and produced by Animax and Genco. It had a wide fan base in Latin America, especially in México, Guatemala, Chile, Colombia and Argentina.
Dottie's Magic Pockets is a children's show featuring Dottie and her magical friends as they sing, dance, and learn. Dottie's Magic Pockets is the first LGBT children's programming created for gay families, single-parent families, adopted families and traditional families. The Dottie's Magic Pockets DVD was released in September 2007. "Dottie", portrayed by actor Jen Plante, appeared on the R Family Vacations cruise to the Mexican Riviera in March 2008, marking the first time the LGBT families and friends would be "entertained by the main character of a kids' show that is set in a lesbian household". Dottie's Magic Pockets' main characters include several puppets: James the Flower, Uncanny the Singing Can, Motilda the Mouse and Randal the Beaver. Other characters are represented using animations and claymations - many have two mothers or two fathers. The live-action format of Dottie's Magic Pockets is similar to other live-action shows, such as Yo Gabba Gabba, Sesame Street and Pee Wee's Playhouse. The DVD was followed up by a 55-minute CD titled The Super, Secret Seashell Cave. The CD is a sing-along adventure featuring Dottie, James Uncanny, Motilda and Randal, with 16 original songs composed by Allyson Newman. It was released in December 2009.
The Dotch Cooking Show was a Japanese cooking show produced by the Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and known for its use of highest quality and most expensive food ingredients domestic and international to Japan. In the show, two chefs prepare two competing dishes, each using a special premium ingredient, but the dish that is ultimately served at the end of the show is determined by majority vote of the panelists, and then served only to those who voted for that dish. The show is continued by the New Dotch Cooking Show from April 14, 2005.
The Dotty Mack Show is an American variety show originally broadcast on the now defunct DuMont Television Network in 1953, and on ABC from 1953 to 1956.
La dottoressa Giò is an Italian television series.
The Roy Doty Show was a Sunday morning DuMont Television Network children's TV show hosted by Roy Doty. The show aired from May 10, 1953 to October 4, 1953. Cartoonist Roy Doty drew sketches and told children's stories.
Documentary series reconstructing history's most complex, high-stakes hostage negotiations as kidnapping victims recount their terrifying ordeals.
Riley Parks delicately balances two starkly different lives -- one as a single mom in a conservative town struggling to provide for her family and the other as a savvy and ambitious businesswoman working with a rowdy, sexy and unpredictable group of women.
Doctor Zhivago is a 2002 British television miniseries directed by Giacomo Campiotti and starring Hans Matheson, Keira Knightley and Sam Neill. The teleplay by Andrew Davies is based on the 1957 novel of the same title by Boris Pasternak. The serial is the second English-language screen adaptation of the book, following the 1965 feature film. It was produced by Granada Television, with co-funding from the American PBS station WGBH Boston and the German company Evision. It was first broadcast on ITV in the United Kingdom, beginning on 24 November 2002. In the United States, it aired as part of Masterpiece Theatre on 2 and 9 November 2003.
A young African-American girl aspires to be a doctor like her mom.