A documentary on Phil Rosenthal's experiences during the making of "Voroniny," the Russian-language version of "Everybody Loves Raymond".
Mentally challenged Raymond Rourke gets blamed and framed by several kids after they accidentally kill his younger brother Bryce. Six years later, Raymond escapes from the state mental hospital he's been locked up in so he can exact a harsh revenge on the folks who killed his brother and set him up.
Jeff Fahey plays Raymond Graham, who for five years has lived on Death Row, awaiting execution for the murder of a store clerk. Having given up on any further legal delays, Graham wearily awaits the fatal injection. Joining the condemned man in his death watch are Graham's family and attorney, a crowd of anti-capital punishment demonstrators, and the inevitable TV crews. This drama concentrates on the final two hours of Raymond Graham's life, played out in "real time". Originally telecast November 17, 1985, The Execution of Raymond Graham was the ABC TV network's first live dramatic presentation in nearly 25 years. Inspiration for the Movie Dead Man Walking starring Sean Penn and Susan Sarandon.
Insight into new programs creating chemically induced diagrammatic movement. Raymond is the story of a lowly swimming instructor from Douche Les Mines and his quest, with the help of some fantasy science to achieve his dream – to swim with the whales. The film was created as a combination of live action and 3D animation, produced by the visual effects company The Mill and directed by bif (calling themselves 'Bif' Jules, Fabrice and Francois joined the Mill in 2005 having graduated top of their class from world renowned French animation school Supinfocom).
Life for Raymond is anything but normal. Everyone seems to be plotting against him in what seems to be a mass conspiracy. His world begins to spiral out of control as he tries to unravel the bizarre events that surround him.
On the day before she retires, a teacher discovers that a student she had flunked ten years previously is out to kill her.
The story of Raymond Olsson, unemployed cook, 40-years-old and living with his mother.
Dozens of couples dance in a circle, a house topples down a slope, a cat manically revolves around itself. A few seconds beforehand, an admonishing voice points out that a centuries-old philosophical assumption is under close scrutiny. It is René Descartes’ first tenet, »I think, therefore I am,« that the British neurologist Raymond Tallis calls into question in the video by the artist Johan Grimonprez. Tallis takes the view that human consciousness is not an individual construction but exists above all in relation to a vis-à-vis.
An interview of Raymond Depardon by Jean Rouch in Paris.
Posted on the FBI Ten Most Wanted List in 1977 for his involvement in bombings perpetrated by the United Freedom Front, he was arrested in 1984. From his prison cell in 1992, the political prisoner Raymond Luc Levasseur writes 'My Blood is Quebecois' in which he explains his rebellion and his radicalization by his status as a 'frog' and the racism he witnessed in a small mill town of Maine where his ancestors came to work in the factories. Released in 2004, he returned to his native Maine where he tells us about his career, from his childhood in a French Canadian family until today.
Likely the world's oldest color Film, shot in 1902. Like other works by Edward R. Turner, there is no indication that it was ever relesead to the public before its discovery in 2012.
Playful, moving portrait of Raymond Briggs, told through interviews with Raymond, animation illustrated by Chris Riddell, and contributions from friends and admirers.
Robert Stack hosts this incisive look at Raymond Lee Washington, the founder of the infamous Los Angeles gang the Crips. After the social upheaval of the 1960s, several socially and politically active clubs for young African-Americans sprang up in L.A. Following the dissolution of these groups, Washington created his own group, built on similar ideals; the result was a wave of bloodletting and clashes with rival gangs.
An introduction to the great film critic Raymond Durgnat's appreciation of the nature of cinema.
Raymond's 5 is a story following a middle-aged man, "Raymond" who has been told he has just 30 more days to live. Raymond goes on a journey around the country visiting the 5 people he feels he has done the most wrong by in his life.
Everybody Loves Raymond is an American television sitcom starring Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett, Doris Roberts, and Peter Boyle. It originally ran on CBS from September 13, 1996, to May 16, 2005. Many of the situations from the show are based on the real-life experiences of Romano, creator/producer Phil Rosenthal and the show's writing staff. The main characters on the show are also loosely based on Romano's and Rosenthal's real-life family members. The show reruns in syndication on various channels, such as TBS, TV Land, and in most TV markets on local stations. From 2000 to 2007, KingWorld distributed the show for off-network syndication and Warner Bros. Television Distribution handled international distribution. In 2007, CBS Television Distribution took over King World's distribution. CBS only owns American syndication rights; ancillary rights are controlled by HBO and Warner Bros. Television.