The tale of two brothers with serious financial woes. When a third party proposes they turn to crime, things go bad and the two become enemies.
The Cassandra Crossing is an all-star disaster spectacular telling of the terrifying odyssey of 1000 doomed passengers trapped aboard a plague-infested train. A terrorist infected with a deadly virus boards the Stockholm to Geneva Express and exposes all aboard to the disease. Colonel Mackenzie (Burt Lancaster) is called in to handle the situation and finds Dr. Chamberlain (Richard Harris) who is on board the train. Mackenzie decides to re-route the train to the Cassandra Crossing where it will plunge into oblivion. But passengers miraculously begin to recover and Chamberlain must race against time to disconnect the cars.
A young woman has eerie flashes of recovered memories of her brother committing a murder, despite her parents assurance that all is well.
"If a body meet a body, comin' through the rye. If a body kiss a body, make a body cry." From an old folk song, "Comin' Through the Rye." This painted film is for the daughter of Troy as it fell to the Greeks and to all girls seeking womanhood by way of tears.
A love story set in 1930s England that follows 17-year-old Cassandra Mortmain, and the fortunes of her eccentric family, struggling to survive in a decaying English castle. Based on Dodie Smith's 1948 novel with the same name.
Are words, photographs and speeches sufficient means for describing and communicating a complex, harsh, unmanageable reality? These unsolved questions pursue Cassandra during her trip through the impenetrable Chaco as chronicler of a means of communication, her first job after graduating from literature school. The unknown reality of native peoples who live in the Chaco communities, their beautiful and uncomprehensive languages and their dilemmas facing an economy which excludes them, are part of a trip in which Cassandra finds an inhabitable world within her status as foreigner. Her visions start merging with the cosmovision of ancient inhabitants until she becomes part of the enigma herself.
“When I was one year old I was already walking. At two, I was eating dirt. At three, my father was in prison. At four, I begged with my sister. At seven, I came to France.” Those are the words of Spartacus, a Roma child who, at 13, has already accumulated the experiences of several lifetimes. He and his sister Cassandre, 10, scrape out a living with an alcoholic, melodramatic father and a mother who begs them to free her from her husband’s tyranny. With the help of an exceptional social worker, they manage to detach themselves from their terrible parents and experience childhood as they never could before.
During a terrible storm, a jaded couple gets stuck in a house with a charismatic woman who threatens their relationship, and their sex-crazed male best friend. Through this ineluctable isolation, their true humanity surfaces.
Transferred S8 mm film, 4:3, color, silent, 4:08 min, Edition of 7 + 2AP
Cassandra Wilson is recognized as an unequaled vocalist, a jazz singer for a new generation. Her distinctive style and daring aesthetic have earned her wide recognition, including chart-topping albums, a Grammy and countless media accolades. In this Live recording she inspires with her trademark mix of first-rate originals and adventurous covers of other songwriters' works, this time picking material by Bob Dylan, Tom Jobim and The Monkees.
Cassandra discovers by accident the Bureau of Shadows, responsible for making, measuring and resizing our shadows while we are asleep, in this post-modern fairy tale.
During WW II, a young German woman is separated from her family and imprisoned by the Nazis. After being freed she falls in love with and marries a German officer. When Berlin falls to the Russians, and her husband killed, she flees to America, carrying his unborn child, all the while not giving up hope that she will find her family, tied together by her mother's ring.
Some people with a strange cat arrive in a small village. The cat wears glasses, and when someone takes them off, she can color people, according to their nature and mood. The grown-ups of the village consider the cat to be dangerous, but the kids just love her…
In one of her most recent works, the three-channel projection A canary called Cassandra, Marianna Christofides uses more than 200 collected slides to tell the story of the renowned Imperial Hotel, which was built by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Tokyo in the 1920s and opened just hours before the major Kantō earthquake that destroyed large parts of Tokyo and caused the death of more than 100,000 people. But the hotel survived almost undamaged. It took another 40 years until it was finally demolished for economic reasons in 1967.
The exploitation of the country’s mineral wealth is projected as the most reasonable solution to deal with the economic crisis that plagues Greece. The Greek state has ceded its mining rights over 31.700 ha of land in northern Halkidiki, a region rich in gold, copper and other metals, to the Canadian multinational company Eldorado Gold. However, many of the region’s inhabitants, who have been resisting the construction of a goldmine for years, claim that this investment will cause irreparable damage to the environment and the benefits will be fewer than the losses. “Cassandra’s Treasure” presents a detailed picture of the modern Greek state before and during the crisis period.
An overachieving publicist takes matters into her own hands when she can't find a mature guy: she takes a potential mate captive and sends him to a finishing school in her basement to teach him how to be a better man.
Cassandra: Warrior Angel is a horror fantasy series starring Gabby Concepcion, Eula Valdez, and Eula Caballero. It premiered on May 6, 2013 and will serve as the second season of Third Eye.