A young woman dreams of making it big in the world of hip hop, but her parents demand that she finish her university degree. She dutifully agrees to complete her education, but her spoken word proves to have a powerful impact in the classroom.
Abstract animated short film. Grey and white squares change size and shape on a black background.
A study in the world of hip-hop, done mostly with interviews, in order to see why it is as popular as it is today and what the future holds.
Mickey plays a bluesy tune on a piano on a stage. Minnie sings. Then an unseen band plays while both sing and dance. Mickey then leads the 9-piece band in an uptempo number, with Pluto on trombone, Horace on percussion, and Clarabelle on bass, among others. Mickey steps out for a clarinet solo.
We watch white shapes dancing on black background, which changes when the white shape fills up the screen completely, and black lines and figures bounce around on the now white background.
Set in the mythical world of Rhymeland, Gorden Goose returns home to discover that his mom has mysteriously vanished. Now the characters of Rhymeland are in danger of disappearing unless Mother Goose returns.
Known to fans as the King of Smooth Jazz, Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Kenny G appears live at Humphrey's By the Bay in San Diego, performing cuts from his studio album "Rhythm & Romance" along with a handful of classic numbers. The sax master soars on his much-loved cover of "What a Wonderful World" and treats the audience to a trio of Christmas tunes. Then, go behind the scenes for an interview and rehearsal footage.
Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats & Rhymes provides a riveting examination of manhood, sexism, and homophobia in hip-hop culture.
A cleaner woman with vocational street dancer tries to recover her long-stranded son that she gave for adoption, a former CEO who lost everything, including his memories.
After the death of her family in an airplane crash on a flight that she was meant to be on, Stephanie Patrick discovers the crash was not an accident. She then seeks to uncover the truth by adapting the identity of an assassin to track down those responsible.
Dance is by far the most important thing in 14-year-old Skip’s life. He’s got big ambitions, so whenever he gets the chance to take part in a dance competition with his all-boys group the Rhythm Rangers, he’s completely committed to the rehearsals at the local dance school.
A documentary that gives a lyrical introduction to Afro-Cuban rhythms. The short features interviews, footage of impromptu street performances, and studio recordings.
High school student tries to improve soccer skills by practicing dance and falls for his dance partner.
Rhys Darby Live – Imagine That! is Rhys’ first stand-up DVD and was filmed in early 2008 in Los Angeles.
Made in 1953, Study in Optical Rhythm is an examination of the visual functions of rhythm. His best known film, it was drawn and painted directly onto the film stock at intervals of 4, 8, 12, 16 and 24 frames to find concurrence with a predetermined musical accompaniment. The film was intended to be screened both with and without music to explore differing audiovisual relationships. Technically Study in Optical Rhythm is thus reminiscent of the animations of Norman McLaren, Len Lye and Oscar Fischinger.
The bitter sweet relationship between a young singer and her musician mentor set against the backdrop of the jazz clubs of Mumbai and the musicians from Goa during the 60s. In the 1960s Lawrence Vaz a young Goan musician playing in the nightclubs of Mumbai, returns to Goa to find a singer for his band. He meets a promising young singer Dona Pereira and convinces her parents to let her sing in his band. While Lawry moulds the impressionable young Dona into a talented singer, they fall deeply in love. The romance between musician and singer turns into a bitter battle for love and acceptance. Based on actual events this quasi-biographical film is a tribute to a great Goan , yet barely acknowledged, legacy. Musicians who once upon a time set the jazz clubs of Mumbai on fire and actually shaped the music of Bollywood cinem
National folk dances performed by "Tanec" folk dancers) from Skopje.
Kyiv. The State Institute of theatre of Karpenko-Kary opens its doors and welcomes new students, future artists: directors, actors, cameramen and script writers.
Old houses in Zagreb are destroyed in order to build new, bigger blocks. A teacher who lives in one of these houses allows a stranger to share his home with him. The stranger has a fascination with statistics, and claims he can predict crimes based on statistical analyses. When a predicted murder did not occur, the stranger is adamant that the whole town will suffer unless a balance is achieved - and he leaves.
In this music competition show, judges Tip “T.I.” Harris, Cardi B and Chance the Rapper hit the streets to find the next rap superstar.
In the Four Islands Archipelago, people can use Grav-Shoes to fly around! This is the story of Asuka Kurashina, a transfer student that arrives at Kunahama Academy from outside the Four Islands. After seeing the ability of wearers to soar in the sky, she quickly develops an interest in flying with the Grav-Shoes and also joins the school's FC (Flying Circus) club to further her passion.
Griff Rhys Jones explores Africa the unhurried way, as he takes to the continent’s railways to immerse himself in the joy and sometimes the frustration of travelling through a beautiful and beguiling continent, using the most romantic method of transportation. Travelling a total of 7000 miles over five journeys, he explores fascinating landscapes, encounters unforgettable wildlife and meets extraordinary people. Stunning aerial photography combines with observational travelogue to produce a fresh portrait of Africa through Griff’s experiences on and off the train. On each epic trip across five episodes, he discovers how the railway reveals a great deal about the places he travels through. Griff uses the train to get to unexpected places in deserts and forests, villages and cities, learning stories of their past and finding out how they are used today. Griff travels th
Rhythm of Life is a Singaporean Chinese modern family drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 5 May 2008 and ended on 30 May 2008. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9:00 pm.
Rhyme and Reason is an American television game show that aired on ABC from July 7, 1975 through July 9, 1976. Bob Eubanks hosted the show, with Johnny Jacobs serving as announcer.
Rhythm & Blues is a short-lived 1992 American sitcom that aired on NBC for only five weeks from September 24, 1992 to October 22, 1992 with an additional left over episode airing on February 19, 1993. The show stars Roger Kabler, Anna Maria Horsford, Ron Glass, Troy Curvey Jr., Vanessa Bell Calloway, Miguel A. Nunez, Jr., and Christopher Babers. The premise of the show stars Kabler as Bobby Soul, a white man who gets hired on a black radio station after being initially mistaken as a black man. Despite being listed among NBC's Must See TV Thursday night lineup after A Different World at 8:00 and before Cheers at 9:00, the show was cancelled after only five weeks due to low ratings. The show was heavily criticized for relying on traditional black stereotypes for its humor. TV Guide said that: "What makes a show built on white jokes any better than a show built on black jokes?"
Rhythm City is a South African drama series that premiered on the country's free-to-air television channel e.tv on 9 July 2007 as a replacement to the now-defunct youth-targeted soap opera, Backstage, on weekdays in the competitive 18:30 time slot. Its storyline revolves around the trials and tribulations of those who are trying to break into the music industry and the infidelity, backstabbing, abortion, homosexuality, love and drug addictions of those who have made it in the business. According to the weekly primetime TV Viewing Figures, Rhythm City is proving to be a winner and the success of the show is an ongoing surprise in that its format is not that different from Backstage. Garnering an average audience rating of more than two-million viewers, the series often surpasses long-running rivals, 7de Laan and Isidingo, which air in the same time slot on SABC 2 and SABC 3, respectively. The series also airs in Ghana and is made for e.tv by Curious Pictures. Original cast members included Peter Se-Puma, Lucia Mthiyane, Jamie Bartlett, KB, Connie Chiume, Lungile Radu, Pam Andrews, Mmabatho Montsho, Setlhabi Taunyane, Mpho Molepo, Mduduzi Mabaso, Robert Hobbs, Wandile Molebatsi, Zenzo Ngqobe, Nokuthula Ledwaba, Kelly Khumalo and Wright Ngubeni. Original main credits included Rolisizwe Nikiwe, Beatmaker, Neil McCarthy, Andre Odendaal, Heather Gordon, and Ziggy Hofmeyr, Anthony Shaw, Anthony Akerman, Rosalind Butler, and Richard Beynon as well as Makgano Mamabolo, Lodi Matsetela, Justine Loots, and Zamo Mkhwanazi.
Rhythm Pals is a Canadian music television series which aired on CBC Television in 1956.
Rhythm Rodeo was a short-lived American television series which aired on the DuMont Television Network from August 6, 1950 to January 7, 1951. Each 30-minute episode was broadcast live. Despite its name, it featured many different types of popular music, although the original premise of the show was to showcase country and western music. The series starred noted singer Art Jarrett, and also featured Paula Wray and the Star Noters. The series aired on Sunday nights at 8 pm EST opposite the popular The Ed Sullivan Show on CBS and The Colgate Comedy Hour on NBC, and was cancelled after the January 7 broadcast.
Flight to Rhythm, also known as The Delora Bueno Show, was an early American television program which aired on the DuMont Television Network, and was produced by Bob Loewi, son of DuMont executive Mortimer Loewi .
Rhymes with Coop is a second season episode of the Canadian animation series, Kid vs. Kat produced and directed by Rob Boutilier, co-directed by Josh Mepham ánd written by Brian Lasenby and Jason Horychum.
Based on the much-loved children’s book written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentin Blake, Revolting Rhymes takes classic fairy tales, then mixes them together and serves them with a mischievous twist.
Caribbean Rhythms was a music video program that formerly aired on BET. It was hosted by Rachel Stuart, who went by her first name only, "Rachel".