An eccentric band of oddballs solve problems using math, science, and coding.
Over a 2-year period, “DIY Country” captures the origins and evolution of the Donetsk People’s Republic in East Ukraine from hopeful and naive beginnings, to hate, destruction and infighting. In the first part we follow the sinister and at times comical mechanics of how our heroes make a Revolution that will immediately eat them up. In the second part we will see them trying to find a role to play in the new State, as power is once again taken away from the people.
Murray Hallam shows you how to build an Aquaponics system from recyclable materials that you can do yourself.
Fu-Tung Cheng has become internationally known for his sophisticated, understated design and innovative use of concrete in the home. Cheng’s first book, "Concrete Countertops: Design, Forms, and Finishes for the New Kitchen and Bath" (Taunton Press, 2002), has become the authoritative, bestselling guide on how to build a concrete countertop from start to finish. Concrete Countertops tops remodeling lists nationwide and is the perfect companion to Cheng’s DVD title, "Concrete Countertops DIY" for making beautiful concrete countertops.
Star of QI, Live At The Apollo and Have I Got News For You, German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn gives a hilarious outsider’s view on modern British life compared to his home country. Be it gently mocking this nation’s obsession with the housing market or our tendency to laugh off personal failure, Henning is one of the funniest and most popular comedians around. And yes, there might be just the odd mention of the World Cup. Packed with laughs from start to finish, it’s Wunderbar.
In D.I.Y, the squeak of dirty plates, the tap of a finger against a seafood restaurant aquarium, the thump of feet inside a cargo lift, and many other disparate sound, all come together into a quirky and funky piece of beat science, a human – and humane – music.
From the series Saint Etienne present: Gonna Make You A Star
A hostage situation takes an unusual turn.
This captivating documentary is the product of five years of obsessive filming of live concert footage, exclusive interviews, and historic documentation focusing on three fiercely independent music labels and their bands. Featuring Neurosis, ISIS, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Pelican, Oxbow, Evangelista, Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, Cave In, and many others whose music and art found ideal homes in the artist-run record labels of Hydra Head, Neurot, and Constellation. These labels combine hard-to-define, heavy music with a visual aesthetic that has enraptured worldwide fans, without the need for radio or corporate media outlets. They uphold the legacy of treating music as an art form, not as a product. This film is an answer to those who question where the spirit of punk rock is today.
A short documentary on Toronto’s punk & music scene and how spaces like S.H.I.B.G.B’s create a non-institutional platform for artists to engage an audience. Featuring 20+ local bands, the film applies a retrospective to the current direction of D.I.Y. culture in Toronto.
This documentary features interviews with Ian MacKaye (Fugazi), J Mascis (Dinosaur jr.), John John Jesse (Demonic Erotic painter), Jim Rose (Jim Rose Sideshow), Jim Thirwell (Foetus), Lydia Lunch, Mike Watt (Minutemen), Richard Kern (Filmmaker), Ron Ashet
1.The DIY theme 2.Madhouse 3.Not ded yet 4.Game over 5.Represent PT.1 6.Peer pressure 7.Waiting to die 8.Sophia 9.Represent PT.2 10.The truth PT.1 11.The truth PT.2 12.RTO 13.Killing time
The story of a Finnish independent punk rock record label.
The aborted child of a couple goes after her own family members who were responsible for separating her from her mother.
A car accident gives a spoiled, troubled young woman the ability to see ghosts, including one of a former classmate.
Suki is a very devoted gambler. Whenever he goes to Macau, he buys a return ticket in advance, just in case he loses all his money. After breaking up with his girlfriend Cher, who couldn't bear his gambling anymore, Suki meets a girl called Princess Fragrance at a karaoke bar. They later meet again in Macau, both in the hands of a loan shark Brother Face, who threatens to kill them if they don't pay off their debts…
After their parents are murdered, two young Kurdish children are forced to live on the street
The India-based Mehra family, consisting of Mrs. and Mr. Mehra, and their two daughters, Neha and Vidya, travel to London for sightseeing. Their encounter difficulties with tour and travel agents - Patel and Sahil Khanna. Sahil apologizes and comes to Neha's assistance when she misses a train. Neha falls in love with him, little knowing that he has no feelings for her...
A stage illusionist plots revenge after a particularly humiliating comeback attempt.
DIY SOS is a British DIY television series made for the BBC, presented by Nick Knowles. The first episode was broadcast on 7 October 1999 and the show is still airing today. As well as being a DIY programme it also features comic relief from the cast.
The popular makeover show that has the team taking on challenges around Aotearoa (New Zealand). Long-running series Marae DIY brings a tangata whenua twist to the home renovation format. Series creator Nevak Rogers describes the bilingual production as "the programme which helps marae knock out their 10 year plans in just four days".
D.I.Y. America is a 2009 web video documentary series by director Aaron Rose which premiered on December 1, 2009 on Wieden+Kennedy Entertainment's website.
Disaster DIY is a show on HGTV Canada about "Do-It-Yourselfer"s who have failed at their own home renovations and are in desperate need of some on-the-job training. The host is Bryan Baeumler and it is directed by Craig Goodwill. The projects are located in the Greater Toronto Area. The show is produced by Si Entertainment.
Many Brits have moved to France to buy crumbling French chateaus to renovate into stunning homes. This series follows their progress and sees them try to use their homes as a business for events, etc.
Story revolves around on the splinted family issue with separated parents. The story concludes a moral lessons regarding respect, love and care in relationships.