Paris Fashion Week draws the usual bunch of people; designers, reporters, models, magazine editors, photographers. Follows the various storylines of these characters, centering around a murder investigation of a prominent fashion figure. Features an all-star cast.
Comedy in which a bungling railway worker is given the job of stationmaster at a rundown station in rural Ireland, where his sidekicks are a toothless old gaffer and a portly young loudmouth. Hilarious adventures ensue, including a locomotive chase after gunrunners make off with a train.
With friends like these, who needs enemies? That's the question bad guy Porter is left asking after his wife and partner steal his heist money and leave him for dead -- or so they think. Five months and an endless reservoir of bitterness later, Porter's partners and the crooked cops on his tail learn how bad payback can be.
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A man lives a normal family life during the day, but late evening he becomes a different person, taken to night-clubs and their attractions of songs and bohemia.
From Paris to Venice to Broadway to Hollywood, the lives of Cole Porter and his wife, Linda were never less than glamorous and wildly unconventional. And though Cole's thirst for life strained their marriage, Linda never stopped being his muse, inspiring some of the greatest sons of the twentieth century.
A concentration camp survivor discovers her former torturer and lover working as a porter at a hotel in postwar Vienna. When the couple attempt to re-create their sadomasochistic relationship, his former SS comrades begin to stalk them.
The story about a village and a group of friends.
Known for his flashy sequin-adorned suits and trademark pompadour -- as well as for performing alongside Dolly Parton in the beloved duo Porter and Dolly -- Porter Wagoner is one of country music's most revered figures. Filmed at the Church Street Station in Orlando, Fla., this performance features the Grammy-winning Wagoner performing many of his biggest hits, including "Louisiana Saturday Night" and "A Satisfied Mind."
In this stand-up special filmed in Kansas City, comedian Chris Porter, an ex-finalist on "Last Comic Standing," delivers his takes on drugs, growing old, women's fashion and his love for Taco Bell.
George Trent, a British spy, has gone incommunicado in Ibiza. Appleton Porter (Donald Sutherland) is sent to find out what happened to Trent. Porter settles into a small hotel with several busybody guests. He probes them for information about Trent, their former neighbor. Meanwhile, the spy survives several attempts on his life as he attempts to solve the mystery.
Art, but not as we know. Fashion, but not as we know it.
A hotel porter mistakes honeymooners for jewel thieves.
Directed by William Foster.
My first film (San Francisco, 1975) was Porter Springs, an exalted home movie shot on summer vacation in the North Georgia mountains at a place I have spent every August of my life including the month before I was born. The next summer I shot Porter Spring 2 (1976), focusing more formally on a few of the elements presented in the first film, and the following summer I made Porter Spring 3 (1977), my most “painterly” work, basically one image: reflections of trees on the lake broken by a line of waterlillies, an hallucinatory love poem (“elegant and serene experience” --Pat O’Neill).
A “remake” of my first film, Porter Springs 4 (1999) is composed from footage shot over 20 years (reversal, negative, 8 mm, super-8, 8mm video, mini-DV, & old photos), with an audio track composed from the video sync, ambient recordings, and a tape I made in highschool of my uncle telling stories and playing piano & of selections from his record collection that we listened to on family vacation in my childhood. My father growing old & feeble, my only footage of my dead sister and grandmother (Gonga) and of my log cabin (the Bug House) which was struck by lightning and burned to the ground in 1990, memories of my two ex’s, eternal nature, endless walks in the woods, building my new cabin and dream time there, the rotting boathouse, and various typical family scenes, assembled and presented in the rhythms of my mind and body. (Henry Hills)
Grammy Award winning Gregory Porter performed to a raptorous sold out Berlin Philharmonie. This stunning modern classical venue was the perfect place to capture Gregory' mellifluous Baritone, along with his longtime Band of remarkable players. Soaring vocals followed by virtuoso solos covered all his best songs of Holding On, Hey Laura, 1960 What?, and the superbly haunting Take Me to all the Alley, all his finest songs and many from his latest work Take Me to the Alley. His warm interaction with audience combined with his compelling blend of Jazz and Soul make this a concert performance of his career.
Jazz guitarists can learn six arrangements from the repertoire of master composer Cole Porter, thanks to this easy-to-follow tutorial from educator and musician Fred Sokolow. Sokolow also covers backup guitar versions for accompanying singers, ad-lib solos for each tune, and analysis of chord progressions and substitutions. Songs include "Night and Day," "At Long Last Love," "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To," "Let's Do It" and "All of You."
Tucked away in the rolling hills of Indiana, far from big city life, this isolated, tight-knit community lives by its own set of rules. The Ridge is a place where a guy can have a yard full of pet grizzly bears, use dynamite recreationally and hold family demolition derbies. The code of life on the Ridge is simple: respect the lord, love your family and watch each other's backs. The eccentric band of misfits in Porter Ridge often butt heads but ultimately join together to keep their unique "Hilljack" way of life afloat
Deluded Simon Porter, dreams of becoming a doctor - but he has to start from the bottom and be a porter. His plan? Work his way up to be the best porter the NHS has ever seen.
Soul and jazz singer Gregory Porter explores the transcendent power of the popular singing voice in this joyous new series, celebrating everyone from Prince to Whitney, Caruso to Freddie Mercury
In late-'80s Britain, Porterhouse College Cambridge is an anachronism, its students uniformly male and (in the vast number of cases) privately educated. When the incumbent Master dies (from a stroke brought on by overeating) the government revenges itself on Porterhouse by appointing as his successor an old graduate, the politician Sir Godber Evans. One of the tiny minority of state-school students the college has had forced on it over the years, Evans returns to his alma mater determined to drag this bastion of privilege into the twentieth century. The elderly academic staff cease their bickering and close ranks against him, but the new Master finds his most implacable and unscrupulous opponent in Skullion, the college porter.