The fascinating portrait of Ion Bârlàdeanu. The touching and inspiring story of a man who literally lived in the gutter for 20 years - and in the meantime managed to create paintings and collages which are now exhibited alongside works by Andy Warhol or Marcel Duchamp.
Three troubleshooters are sent into a remote field to fix a broken cable. The cold, too much ardour and a little bit of vodka will make their work useless.
Jon, a young peasant love more "the land" than his engaged girlhood, Florica.Just when Ion thinks he has become master of his own land, he realizes that he has betrayed his heart, and that he is still in love with Florica, not with his wife. It is the curse of love that will be Ion's undoing. Badly mistreated, Ana, his wife, is driven to despair and she hangs herself. Ion, now free and wealthy, believes that the time has come for him to have Florica. Florica's husband, George waylays Ion and savagely murders him with a hoe.
Iona returns to the island where she was born with her teenage son to seek refuge from a violent crime in Glasgow. Iona's return exposes her tormented son, Bull, to a way of life she rejected when she left the island and sends a shockwave through the family she left behind.
Ionopsis is the rarest orchid in the multiverse. When a valiant warrior, a half-crazy sorcerer, and his Inter-Dimensional mercenaries are sent to retrieve one, at any cost a different Tale of Swords and Sorcery ensues!
Documentary short by Humphrey Jennings
Ionate films is back with its second freeride mountainbike film and takes you on a ride through dust, dirt, tarmac and snow. Lean back and enjoy the resounding scenery spanning from the heart of the Swiss Alps over mountains and glaciers down to the Ligurian coastline, the broad spaces of the Provence and the streets of Berlin. See what riders like René Wildhaber, Ross Schnell, Samuel Zbinden and Carlo Dieckmann do when they go riding, not racing. Riders: René Wildhaber, Ross Schnell, Samuel Zbinden, Carlo Dieckmann, Romeo Volken, Pascal Breitenstein, Mischa Breitenstein, Adrian Fischer, Sacha Robert, Katja Rupf, Marco Bugnone, Vinzenz Guntern, Roman Roschi, Mathé Hüsler Filmed on location in Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Austria and France
An evocation of the work of the playwright and writer Eugène Ionesco through a series of interviews, footage shot in his studio and extracts from his plays.
A painter lives with his wife and four children in a studio. Due to creative frustrations and the irritation of admirers and hangers-on he becomes increasingly reclusive, finally sealing himself away in the attic. Based on an Albert Camus story.
Live in London is a live video recording of the Celtic influenced progressive music group Iona. It was recorded during 2004 at a special concert in the University of London Union in front of an enthusiastic crowd. The double DVD includes classic songs and new material. Iona is the name of a progressive Celtic rock band from the United Kingdom, which was formed in the late 1980s by lead vocalist Joanne Hogg and multi-instrumentalists David Fitzgerald and Dave Bainbridge. Troy Donockley joined later, playing the uilleann pipes, low whistles, and other instruments.
Following his release from a seven-year stretch in prison, Mario Diccara discovers that his affairs with the underworld aren't completely settled. His brother Patrick, a priest, suggests that he stays with elderly Father Etienne in a small village in Ardeche until the conflict blows over. But their plan takes an unexpected turn when Father Etienne dies.
It's an experiment in human behavior. It's an exploration of the most natural of animal impulses. It's something new under the moon. And it bites. When security dispatcher Aaron Scates is blinded in an explosion, he's put in the care of Dr. Andrea Hewlitt, famous in her field for spearheading extraordinary-though controversial-medical breakthroughs. Her newest is cross-species organ transplants, and Aaron is her first human subject. When a severely wounded wolf is brought to Dr. Hewlitt's office by museum curator Lydia Armstrong, Dr. Hewlitt leaps on the opportunity and successfully transplants the wolf's eyes to Aaron-despite Lydia's objections. Aaron, however, is thrilled. Not only can he see again, he can see in the dark. He also has an unusually acute sense of hearing, and tears into a raw steak like never before. Unfortunately, he also tends growl, and to target people as prey.
It is a fantasy on the works of Stanislav Lem
After a 30-year old Eastern European au pair moves to Hollywood, she decides to make rich Americans great again by hammering education into the children of the stars.