Steve Russell is a small-town cop. Bored with his bland lifestyle, Russell turns to fraud as a means of shaking things up. Before long, Russell's criminal antics have landed him behind bars, where he encounters the charismatic Phillip Morris. Smitten, Russell devotes his entire life to being with Morris regardless of the consequences.
The romantic and coming-of-age misadventures of a 13-year-old American living in Germany.
A bootle beetle elder tells the story of Morris, the moose about the size of a rabbit. Thunderclap the moose is taking on all challengers, and Morris decides to try, much to the amusement of Thunderclap. As a result, he meets Balsam, a full-size moose with tiny antlers (Morris' antlers are full size). The two team up, and with the help of a log that makes them very tall, defeat Thunderclap.
After a hurricane levels his city, a young man wanders into a mysterious library where books literally come to life.
A horror anthology with three stories connected by the thread of alienation and confusion within the seemingly ideal backdrop of suburban America.
The film follows the fortunes of an avant garde Morris team in their struggle to evolve Morris Dancing.
This film tells the fascinating story of one of the most critically acclaimed careers in independent documentary film making in recent cinema history. This comprehensive overview of Morris' career includes clips of all his important films as well as interviews with collaborators such as Werner Herzog and Phillip Glass.
This DVD is the culmination of 20 years of music from one of Australia's most beloved singer/songwriters."Alive" was recorded in the heart of Sydney at The Basement and features Jenny Morris playing some of the biggest hits from her career. Jenny is joined on stage with her band and special guest performers Andrew Farriss from INXS and Ian Moss from Cold Chisel.
A Thomas Edison film showing a torpedo being shot.
A popular Israeli musical comedy about petty criminals.
Part of BFI documentary collection "Here’s a Health to the Barley Mow."
As quintessentially homegrown as a game of cricket or a plate of fish-and-chips, Morris dancing is one of Englands most ancient roots traditions. And yet to your average man on the street, its seen as little more than a national joke. And a bad national joke at that. Something to ridicule. Something to be embarrassed about. A heartfelt docu-ballad in praise of birthplace, bloodline and rural brotherhood, WAY OF THE MORRIS follows Tim on a deeply personal journey from the barleyfields of his childhood to the killing fields of The Somme, as he traces the poignant link between the spirited folk revival of the mid-1970s and the true story of the young Adderbury Morris side so decimated by the carnage of the First World War.
The film is a reconstitution of the seminal performance work done in the early Sixties by the sculptor Robert Morris.
A short filmic portrait of Morris Engel’s watch-part collages.
Short documentary on the life and work of photographer and filmmaker Morris Engel
Young Prince Kaboo knows his fate is sealed. Since his father can no longer meet his captors' ransom demands, Kaboo is to be tortured until death. But a bigger plan is about to unfold! A blinding light appears and the ropes that bind him fall away. Renewed strength floods his bruised body, and a heavenly voice urges him, "Run, Kaboo, Run!" The dramatic events that follow lead the boy prince to take the new name, "Samuel Morris." Nothing will stop Samuel Morris from sharing his growing faith with all who will listen.
A young music student has a seizure forcing her to undergo brain surgery. She comes out of the surgery unable to count or read and has difficulty adapting to life.
From 1969 to 1973 the Morris brothers held old time music festivals at their home in Ivydale, West Virginia. These "back porch" festivals were famous for their outstanding fiddle, banjo, and ballad music, as well as for their persistent rain and mud. John and Dave Morris consistently rounded up the finest performers of Appalachian mountain music. Despite adverse weather, the participants had a good time, danced, and made great music. This film captures the music and mood of the 1972 festival. It features about thirty musicians, many of whom have since died, including John Martin, Aunt Minnie Moss, and Uncle Homer Walker.
Fifteen time Grammy Award winning R&B artist, Alicia Keys, and CMA’s New Artist of the Year, Maren Morris, come together for a soul revival in the newest episode of Crossroads.
This is the story of Morris Dees, a civil rights lawyer, who's being threatened, so he has to have an armed bodyguard.
Aspiring cowboy Morris and his best pal (and talking cow) Florence visit the rodeo to see their hero Jimmy Ray Royce. During their adventure, the duo encounters a wise goth, a down-on-his-luck bull, and a troupe of well-meaning clowns. Featuring voice work from Michael Peña (Ant Man, The Martian), Zoë Kravitz (Divergent, Mad Max), and more.
Boyz II Men singer Nathan Morris renovates a dilapidated country club estate into a multi-million dollar dream home.
Miss Morison's Ghosts is a 1981 British supernatural television drama broadcast by ITV starring Hannah Gordon and Wendy Hiller. It is based on a book by two Oxford academics, Charlotte Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain who claimed that in 1901, on a day trip to Versailles, they travelled back in time to the 18th century court of Louis XVI of France.
The Bob Morrison Show is an Australian sitcom that screened on the Nine Network in 1994. The Bob Morrison Show is the story of an ordinary family from through the eyes of their pet dog, Bob Morrison. Bob is an adorable stray that is welcomed by the youngest member of the Morrison clan, Ben, but he has a tough time winning over the rest of the family.
An investigatation of a 1994 double homicide that took the lives of a woman and her infant son, including whether the person convicted of the crime actually did it.