On a business trip to the Cannes Film Festival, Manhee is accused of being dishonest, and fired. A teacher named Claire goes around taking photos with a Polaroid camera. She gets to know Manhee and sympathizes with her. Through taking photos, Claire has acquired the ability to look slowly at things, and to transform objects.
Elmer takes up wildlife photography
When Draculaura is led to believe she's the rightful heir to the vampire throne, she and her best ghoulfriends are whisked away to Transylvania for a royal coronation to die for. But they soon discover the hunt for the queen is not over yet. The Ghouls must locate an ancient artifact known as the Vampire's Heart in order to discover the identity of the true Vampire Queen. It's a fangtastic adventure that will lead them from the Tower of Londoom, to a haunted river boat in New Goreleans and finally to the glamorous boo-vie lots of Hauntlywood. Could this be the moment when Draculara finally receives her vampire powers and discovers screams really can come true?
Inspired by a store display, Donald decides to "hunt" some wildlife with his camera. First, he encounters a too-friendly chipmunk, then a large group of shy animals, then some animals in a dark cave. But his biggest challenge is a woodpecker, who finds a number of ways to torment him, even though Donald does manage to trick him briefly using some toothpaste that pretends to be a worm.
Documentary - Westerners young and old arrive in Laos, and so do their cameras. They document a fragile and deceptively brutal world, revealing themselves in the process.
Even though bringing in cameras to the internment camps was prohibited, one man managed to smuggle in his own camera lens and build a camera to document life behind barbed wires, with the help of other craftsmen in the camp. That man was Toyo Miyatake, a successful issei (first generation immigrant) photographer and owner of a photo-shop in the Los Angeles Little Tokyo district, and of one of the many Americans who was interned with his family against his will. With his makeshift camera, Miyatake captured the dire conditions of life in the camps during World War II as well as the resilient spirit of his companions, many of whom were American citizens who went on to fight for their country overseas. Miyatake said, "It is my duty to record the facts, as a photographer, so that this kind of thing should never happen again."
On the eve of the transition from film to digital, the longtime denizens of a camera store confront their personal issues in this darkly comic story.
A photojournalist suffering from PTSD returns home from Iraq and finds himself struggling to keep his sanity and family intact.
A documentary charting the last 20 years of Arab cinema (1967-1987).
A film centering on the life and work of Ron Galella that examines the nature and effect of paparazzi.
Ambitious young woman wants to get into TV news. She borrows a small camera from a friend and obtains incriminating pictures that two former East German spies are after.
While a veteran actor laments the state of film and film acting, a group of young children sneak a Panavision camera into the apartment where the actor resides and decide to make a film with it.
The film examines the ways that women directors have contributed to this genre and emphasizes the role that the media play in representation of sexuality and gender, underscoring the power that film has to shape our perceptions of one another. Visually, this documentary comes to life on screen through compelling and intimate original interviews, intercut with emotionally-charged archival footage, photographs, ephemera, inspired music, and film clips.
Ming is a surveillance expert with an obsession: he wants to film everything that happens to him. It's a compulsion linked to an accident which left him blind in one eye. When a new technology becomes available that can restore his eyesight, Ming jumps at the chance. But when a new client hires him to follow the beautiful daughter of a shady businessman, everything begins to unravel around him.
Story of a video camera that goes on an adventure around the world. It's stolen, pawned, bought and generally goes in and out of bedrooms, shoots commercials, follows the life of an average ordinary video camera that goes around the planet until it winds up in the hands of filmmaker Richard Martini. This film has been designated at Dogma #15 by the Danish film group Dogme95.
Through a girl, we see how life, and art, persist in spite of everything.
A small camera dropped in the sand by an Emirati boy when he was slaughtered by an international drug trafficking gang during an innocent trip to the desert, is a vital clue in discovering the identity of those behind the heinous crime.
Somewhere in the dreary nooks of Mumbai's film industry, Camera Threat explores the ambivalent relationship this film city has with the moving image. Seated on a casting couch, two actors are getting stuck in impromptu conversations on the side effects of a world that no longer bothers to tell facts from fiction.
A couple of young movie makers have secretly filmed for over a year what was going on in a hotel room, trying to realize a "live act" of common people living their life. They get in touch with old and money-tight producer Mengaroni to edit their movie, but while they contact the accidental actors for gathering authorization, he starts to manipulate their work.
The coffee machine of a small company is the scene of discussions between employees. Private life, professional life, gossip, mockery, ... everything goes!
Man with a Camera is an American 1950s television crime drama starring Charles Bronson. Throughout the 1950s, Bronson spent most of his early acting career performing in TV shows as well as small parts in films, until he landed the lead in this ABC series. This is the only series in which he played the lead role. He would go on to have supporting roles either as a guest star or a recurring character in dozens of TV shows after this series was cancelled.
Candid Camera is an American hidden camera/practical joke reality television series created and produced by Allen Funt, which initially began on radio as Candid Microphone June 28, 1947. After a series of theatrical film shorts, also titled Candid Microphone, Funt's concept came to television on August 10, 1948. The show last aired for 10 episodes in 2014 on the TV Land network. A documentary on Allen Funt is currently in the works by the Candid Camera crew. The format has appeared on U.S. TV networks and in syndication in each succeeding decade, as either a regular show or a series of specials. Allen Funt himself hosted or co-hosted almost all of the TV versions until a 1993 stroke from which he never recovered. His son Peter Funt, who had co-hosted the specials with his father since 1987, became the producer and host.
Series presented by Nick Knowles which shows the split-second moments when everyday events are transformed into disasters and meets the people who lived to tell the tale.
Police, Camera, Action! is a police video programme made by Optomen Television, originally broadcast on ITV with repeats airing on ITV4. It was originally commissioned through Carlton Television. It was presented by Alastair Stewart from 1994 until 2002, until his second drink-driving conviction led to a temporary suspension, before he resumed his role with Adrian Simpson from 2007. In 2010, the programme was presented by Gethin Jones.
A reboot of the classic show revisting some previous gags but also with brand new ones.
On Camera was a Canadian dramatic anthology television series which aired on CBC Television from 1954 to 1958.
Camera Café is a situational comedy television show in the Philippines that airs everyday on GMA Network and QTV produced by Henri DeLorme and Euro Asia; written by Rody Vera, Liza Magtoto, Vincent de Jesus, Rey Agapay, and Jose Dennis C. Teodosio; and directed by Mark Meily.
Camera West is a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television from 1964 to 1967.
Within the framework of a broadcasting class in a high school of Tel Aviv, and with their professor, Joseph, a young director, a group of friend host the television program of their school, " Face cam ". The opportunity for them to discuss adolescence problems, not always obvious.
Naked Camera is an Irish hidden camera comedy television show which began airing on RTÉ Two in 2005. It is set and filmed in the Republic of Ireland, mostly in Dublin. Its concept is similar to that of the UK show Trigger Happy TV but can be seen as a descendent of the candid camera elements in RTÉ's own "The Live Mike". The sketch characters are played by the comedians PJ Gallagher, Patrick McDonnell, and Maeve Higgins, who also write the scripts. The third and final series aired in February 2007. It is produced by Scratch Productions for RTÉ.
Camera Three is an American variety show devoted to the arts. It ran on CBS from January 22, 1956 to January 21, 1979, and moved to PBS in its final year to make way for the then-new CBS News Sunday Morning. The PBS version ran from October 4, 1979 to July 10, 1980. Camera Three featured programs showcasing drama, ballet, art, music, anything involving fine arts. One of its most notable presentations was a condensation of Marc Blitzstein's leftist opera The Cradle Will Rock. Presented on November 29, 1964, it was a dramatic demonstration of how far television had come since its early days, in its willingness to present a work that surely would have been banned from the airwaves during the era of Joseph McCarthy.
Camera Canada was a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television from 1961 to 1963.
Camera Headlines was an early American television series that aired from 1948 to 1949 on the DuMont Television Network.