A stock car racing legend is drawn back to the dirt track when his son, an aspiring driver, joins a rival racing team.
A Michigan farmer and a prospector form a partnership in the California gold country. Their adventures include buying and sharing a wife, hijacking a stage, kidnapping six prostitutes, and turning their mining camp into a boom town. Along the way there is plenty of drinking, gambling, and singing. They even find time to do some creative gold mining.
Her innocent appearance is just a cover for Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger's acerbic, stream-of-conscious comedy that she unleashes on an unsuspecting audience in her hometown of Dallas in "War Paint," her first stand-up special.
Donald re-paints his car, and a bird lands on it. In the mayhem that ensues, the car ends up covered with handprints, spotted a dozen different colors, stripped of paint, and covered with the stuffing from the seats so that it resembles a sheepdog.
An Indian and his beautiful sister attempt to destroy a cavalry patrol trying to deliver a peace treaty to their chief.
A look at the work and surprising success of a four-year-old girl whose paintings have been compared to the likes of Picasso and has raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Barely able to process the death of her true love, Josie is drawn into a twisted relationship with the deceased’s mother as irrational grief explodes in beautiful and terrifying ways.
A ten-hour unbroken shot of white paint drying on a brick wall, watched in its entirety by the UK's film censor board.
"Taav's first feature occupies the same setting and psychological territory as David Lynch's visions of small-town America. About a love triangle, involving house painter Wesley (Patton), his boss Willie (Pastorelli) and Willie's sensitive, vulnerable wife Margaret (Neuwirth), the film turns into a picture of hidden desires, romantic dreams and dangerous obsessions... An unsettling film in which ideas, tone and texture unite with quietly confident storytellin". TIME OUT Film Guide
A young, South LA black girl experiences a series of events that intersect racism and sexism during the Fourth of July holiday.
A pair of bank robbers knock off Bohemian tenants in search for their stolen loot.
An early study of light, form, movement.
A California metal sculptor becomes a suspect after someone kills his gallery-owner lover.
An enigmatic narcissist befriends a despondent loner from Book Club and drags her on a gruesome misadventure.
An Indian chief of the Arapahoe escapes the reservation where he has been living and takes along some of his warriors. The cavalry is sent out for them.
After the loss of his wife Michael struggles to pick up the pieces. His emotions get the better of him and he vents his grief in ways that are both confusing and frightening for his son David. David is determined to remind his father that only together can they take the first step towards moving on.
The true story of a soldier's journey through the heat and hell of the Vietnam war in the 1960's.
A Canadian take on The Player.
A coming-of-age story ignites when teenager Josh Sendler has to pack up his hoop dreams and move from the lush cornfields of Indiana to the harsh inner-city playgrounds of Newark, N.J.. He meets and befriends basketball phenom, Antwon Jackson, on the local court and together they make a run for the high school state championship. Their friendship is tested along the way and ultimately must prove itself in the face of the explosive n-word.
A comedy directed by Sheldon Larry.
Tradin' Paint is the name of two separate television programs on the U.S.-based cable network Speed Channel. In 2003, Tradin' Paint was the name of a one-hour special program where 4-time NASCAR Winston Cup champion Jeff Gordon and former CART champion and Formula One driver Juan Pablo Montoya traded race cars and drove around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Formula One race course. The show was hosted by Bob Varsha, along with Fox Sports's NASCAR commentator Larry McReynolds and Speed's Formula One commentator Steve Matchett. Starting in 2006, Tradin' Paint is the name of a weekly discussion program broadcast from each week's NASCAR Nextel Cup venue. Hosted by Michael Waltrip and John Roberts, the programs showcases Waltrip debating various NASCAR topics with a local media representative. The show is currently hosted by Roberts and Kyle Petty. It is a spiritual successor to the controversial Pit Bull. In 2009, it was announced that the series would not return for another season and a game show hosted by Roberts involving NASCAR fans at the racetrack would answer NASCAR related questions, named NASCAR Smarts sponsored by Ask.com would take its place. The phrase 'trading paint' is a colloquialism for the event when 2 racing automobiles bump against one another often causing the paint from each vehicle to be transposed onto the other. The origin of the phrase is often attributed to cameraman Douglas Forbush during a 1982 broadcast from Stafford Motor Speedway in Stafford Connecticut.
Let's Paint TV is an American television show hosted by artist John Kilduff. The show is best noted for its live episodes, which consist of the host painting while he runs on a treadmill; in addition, he sometimes takes calls from viewers, cooks food, plays ping pong, or makes blended drinks. The show's episode titles typically reflect whatever tasks are being undertaken, for example, Let's Paint, Exercise, and Play Ping Pong. Let's Paint TV was originally broadcast on Los Angeles Public-access television cable TV from 2002 through 2008; after the LA public access studios were shut down in early 2008, the show transitioned to being an online-only program. The program began receiving world-wide attention in 2006 when Kilduff began uploading video clips of his show to YouTube.
The Ink and Paint Club was an hour-long television series on Disney Channel in 1997, featuring various classic Disney shorts, as part of Vault Disney. Episodes were usually consisted of six or seven cartoon shorts, all with some kind of theme.
Andrew Graham-Dixon considers the work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti
The Joy of Painting was an American television show hosted by painter Bob Ross that taught its viewers techniques for landscape oil painting. Although Ross could complete a painting in half an hour, the intent of the show was not to teach viewers "speed painting". Rather, he intended for viewers to learn certain techniques within the time that the show was allotted. The show began on January 11, 1983, and lasted until May 17, 1994, a year before Ross' death.
Painter of the Wind is a 2008 South Korean historical television series starring Moon Geun-young and Park Shin-yang. Based on the bestselling historical fiction novel by Lee Jung-myung that took artistic license with the premise that perhaps the Joseon painter Shin Yun-bok had really been a woman, it centers on Yun-bok, a talented young painter who disguises herself as a boy to search for her father's murderer. She meets Kim Hong-do, a master painter who guides her into becoming a great artist, and they develop a strong friendship of mentor and disciple. The drama has won numerous awards, including the Asian TV Series Special Award at the 2010 Shanghai Television Festival and the silver award at the 2010 Houston International Film Festival, while actress Moon Geun-young received the grand prize at the 2008 SBS Drama Awards, as well as Best TV Actress at the 2009 Baeksang Arts Awards and 2008 Grimae Awards for her role.
Art writer Waldemar Januszczak explores the revolutionary achievements of the Impressionists.
The series is about the struggle between two opposing schools of thought. Hua Xin Shi are those that collect the pure sentiments of people after they learn to let go of their obsession. Yang Xin Shi are those who collect the impure thoughts of people consumed by their own insecurities.
Passionate amateur artists undertake an intensive, six-week, artistic boot camp in a bid to perfect their skills and be crowned the overall champion.
Painted Skin is a Chinese television series adapted from the 2008 film of the same title, which is loosely based on a classic short story in Pu Songling's Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio. It was first broadcast on TVS4 on March 3, 2011 in mainland China.
Painted Lady was a 1997 murder mystery mini series starring Helen Mirren, involving art theft. It costarred Franco Nero and Iain Glen, and was directed by Julian Jarrold. The role was created specifically for Mirren, as a means for her to try something a bit different from her Inspector Tennison character on the popular Prime Suspect series. The series was a collaborative effort of Granada Television and PBS. It was broadcast in the US PBS's Masterpiece Theatre in December 1997.
100 Great Paintings is a British television series broadcast in 1980 on BBC 2, devised by Edwin Mullins. He chose 20 thematic groups, such as war, the Adoration, the language of color, the hunt, and bathing, picking five paintings from each. The selection ranges from 12th-century China through the 1950s, with an emphasis on European paintings. He deliberately avoided especially famous paintings, such as Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa or John Constable's The Haywain. The series is available on VHS or DVD. On the basis of the series, Mullins published the book Great Paintings: Fifty Masterpieces, Explored, Explained and Appreciated, which contained about half of the theme groups.
Sister Wendy Beckett takes a journey through the history of art in this ten-part series.