Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na (translation: Whether you know... or not) is a 2008 Indian romantic comedy film, written and directed by Abbas Tyrewala. The film stars Imran Khan and Genelia D'Souza in pivotal roles. Produced by Mansoor Khan, Aamir Khan, it marks the directional debut of Abbas Tyrewala, the debut of Imran Khan (Aamir Khan's nephew) and Prateik Babbar as actors, and the re-appearance of D'Souza in Hindi cinema. Released on 4 July 2008, the film received positive reviews, and went on to become a Super Hit at the box office. The music is by A. R. Rahman.
A mother and daughter dispute is resolved by the "Yaya sisterhood" - long time friends of the mother.
The story of Santi, a preteen who is dealing with the recent separation of his parents Rodrigo and Alejandra. Despite their divorce, Santi's parents are both desperately devoted to their son. When the three learn that Santi has a medical condition that could jeopardize his eyesight, Santi's father encourages him to make a list of places and things he wants to see and do before losing his sight completely. Santi immediately obliges with an elaborate list but with one condition - the estranged couple must come together to help him fulfill his dreams. As the three embark on the amazing, sometimes wacky adventure, the couple must learn how to live together for the sake of their son. But will the adventure open their eyes and make separating impossible? We'll see....
It's Bad For Ya, Carlin's Emmy nominated 14th and final HBO special from March of 2008 features Carlin's noted irreverent and unapologetic observations on topics ranging from death, religion, bureaucracy, patriotism, overprotected children and big business to the pungent examinations of modern language and the decrepit state of the American culture.
Onların da aşkı masallar gibiydi ve evlendiler. Yani masallara göre sona geldiler… Adem'le Didem birbirlerini hala sevmektedirler. Ama evlilik, Adem'in sevgisini ve ilgisini açığa çıkartma reflekslerini köreltmiştir. Didem ise özgüveni ve özgür iradesi elinden alınmış mutsuz bir kadına dönüşmüştür. Tek tutunduğu onu yeniden hayata döndürecek işidir. Adem'i hala çok seviyordur. Kocasının peşinden ailesini, dostlarını, kariyerini bırakarak daha önce sadece haritalarda gördüğü şehirlere bile yerleşmekte tereddüt etmeyen Didem, şimdi aynı fedakarlığı Adem'den bekler. İşte tam bu sırada başka bir masalın prensi hikayemize girer. Artık uyanma vakti gelmiştir…
Mohammed Assaf, an aspiring musician living in Gaza, sets a seemingly impossible goal: to compete on the program "Arab Idol."
The film tells the story of a young Russian in the early 90s, trying to escape the army in a psychiatric clinic. He's released years later, after intensive compulsory treatment. Has a documentary film maker he gets involved in the Chechen conflict, where he meets his own apparent death. He recalls his life and realizes it mirrors that of his whole generation.
A young couple's wedding ceremony is brutally interrupted when a pair of outlaw brothers arrive and massacre almost everyone in sight. They kidnap the beautiful young bride and leave her husband for dead. Luckily, he only sustains a flesh wound and quickly saddles up to track down the brothers before they sell his wife and a group of other women at an auction to a group of Mexican brothel owners.
The film focuses on the history of the popular resistance against colonialism before and after the 1952 revolution in Egypt by presenting the story of the popular dancer Atab during the period of the British occupation, which has a sense of national duty. It helps the Fedayeen with money and information and contributes to the assassination attempt of King Farouk. Many surprises then change the course of events.
This film follows a group of kids, all in various stages of puberty. The primary focus is on a girl of about twelve years old. Watch as she grows interested in sex, develops romantic feelings for a priest who teaches at her school, has a friend's father hit on her, sexually engages with a peer.
A sense of order is the necessary basis of any good social organisation. To illustrate this axiom, Kiarostami presents a series of paired scenes in this educational short film in which the same action is first shown in an organised way and then in an anarchic one. The film crew, however, finds it difficult to organise disorder.
A redneck con artist sets himself up as a preacher in a small Deep South town to run his moonshine distillery and clashes with a number of locals and a federal agent bent on shutting his operation down.
18 directors, 18 novels, 18 short stories about Moscow...
A teenage immigrant struggles with the death of his brother and feelings of of isolation and loneliness in his new surroundings.
First it's paint bombs, followed hard by riots. Tweets proclaim what is to be done. Resistance is everywhere. Something has to give. Two young activists meet amid turbulent events. They dance. The city belongs to them.
Appalshop’s first dramatic film, In Ya Blood is the story of a prototypical young man from Appalachia in the summer after his senior year in high school. Randy, the protagonist, must make the difficult decision faced by many Appalachian youth‑‑whether to stay in the mountains or leave in search of a “better life.” The film follows Randy as he struggles with his alternatives of working in the coal mines or going off to college. Shot in black and white by filmmakers the same age as those portrayed in the film, In Ya Blood is highly effective as an insider’s look at the decisions faced by many teenagers as they consider their futures.
Pak Ya is the local gangster in Kelantan (known as gedebe in Kelantanese dialect). He got the job to find the famous lawyer Dato Ishak's missing daughter in Kuala Lumpur.
When a young man looking for a good driving instructor for his mother receives a recommendation by an employee in one of the specialized driving schools to hire Hend (Ayten Amer), he soon starts falling in love with her.
Based on renowned Japanese writer Natsume Soseki's same-titled short story collection, Ten Nights of Dreams brings ten fantastical dream sequences to film with great visual and psychological panache. Representing the combined efforts of eleven directors, this outstanding anthology delves into the surreal subconscious with ten madly imaginative, reality-subverting visions that range from wonderfully wacky to nightmarishly unsettling.
The wacky/jolly/hair-raising adventures of singing streetcar conductor Foxy.
O Rit TV series directed by Philip Asmar, written by Claudia Marshalian, and starring Maggie Bou Ghosn, Qais Sheikh Najib, Maxim Khalil, Pamela Kake Hani Adel Mona Wasef Joseph Bo Nassar.
It's Bad for Ya is the 19th and final album, and 14th and final HBO stand-up comedy special by stand-up comedian George Carlin. It was televised live on March 1, 2008 on HBO, less than four months before he died of heart failure at age 71. The album is the follow-up to the 2005 HBO special Life Is Worth Losing. Carlin worked on this material since ending his "Life Is Worth Losing" Tour. The working title for this show was The Parade of Useless Bullshit. Filmed in the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa, California, the show's stage behind Carlin was designed to represent a cozy living room theme. The CD was released July 29, and the DVD and Blu-ray Disc on November 25. It's Bad For Ya received the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album, awarded posthumously.
I Dare Ya was an Irish reality comedy series that starred Irish comedian Andrew Stanley and Australian comedian Damien Clark. It was shown on Irish television station RTÉ Two. Hosted in front of an audience, the pair showed dares that they had carried out, which were requested by the public. The series ran for 6 episodes from 12 November 2007 to 17 December 2007, at 9:30pm every Monday night. It was only shown for one season.
Kam Ya Zyaada is an Indian quiz show that aired on Zee TV channel in December 2005. The series aired every Monday – Friday at 8:30 pm IST, and competed with Sony TV's Deal Ya No Deal. An adaptation of the Danish show Gimme Five, Kam Ya Zyaada has a Rs. 30 million top prize—one of the highest prizes among all the reality shows aired on Indian television networks. The prize is reduced to 3 contestants playing the second round and finally the highest money winner in the first 2 rounds plays round 3 for the Rs. 30 million jackpot. All the questions are only to be answered with either "Kam" or "Zyaada" – increasing the chances of winning to 50%. The series premiered on 5 December 2005, and was presented by the versatile and acclaimed actor Manoj Bajpai.
Iftah Ya Simsim is the first Arabic-speaking version of the children's television series Sesame Street. Indoor scenes have been taken in Kuwait, while outdoor scenes were in many Arab countries and the world. Actors, players and children have been selected to represent more than 12 Arab countries. In May 1977, for $2.5 million, the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, or the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Joint Program Production Institution bought the Arab world rights to the Sesame Street concept for a nine-year period, as well as CTW's technical assistance, research and production advice and the services of a resident consulting producer during the production period in Kuwait. Under the agreement, CTW was also to provide 15 hours of cross-cultural material, such as animal or nature films, from the U.S. program, which would be selected by the institution as appropriate for Arab children and dubbed into Arabic at a sound studio in Baghdad. The studio segment of the program was taped in a 5,400-square-foot studio between May and December 1978. The show premiered in autumn 1979. 130 half-hour episodes were aired five times a week over twenty-six weeks. Following the series, a new version was produced in 1983-1984 with a total of 52 more half-hour episodes.
Davam ya Tamam is the Azerbaijani version of the television gameshow Deal or No Deal. It is produced by Space TV. The show consists of 21 cases, which ranges from 0.5 AZN and as big as 10,000 AZN.
Inkundla Ya Bantu is a now-defunct newspaper, but was active in the late 1930s till the early 1950s.