History was made when over 20 members, past and present, of the GRAMMY® Award-winning Gaither Vocal Band gathered on one stage for the first-ever LIVE concert reunion. Bill Gaither, Mark Lowry, Guy Penrod, Gary McSpadden, David Phelps, Russ Taff, Marshall Hall and more combined their talents as never before during a two-day event of song, inspiration and laughter. Now you can join the audience and experience unprecedented performances of many of your favorite hits from this legendary group. 1. Alpha And Omega 2. Passin' The Faith Along 3. He Touched Me 4. Give Up 5. The Baptism Of Jesse Taylor 6. Give It Away 7. Chain Breaker 8. Let Freedom Ring 9. O Love That Will Not Let Me Go 10. Nessun Dorma 11. These Are They 12. Amen 13. Sinner Saved By Grace 14. Make It Real / I Believe, Help Thou My Unbelief 15. In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin' 16. The Trumpet Of Jesus 17. I Bowed On My Knees 18. Because He Lives
Graciela receives a letter informing her that her husband Fidel has been released after six years in prison. She has waited for him all that time. They finally meet again.
A boy returns to Korea after an unsuccessful American educational trip and meets the girl he deflowered.
Old loves, rivalries and vendettas resurface at a high-school reunion party held out on a reclusive estate, but the evening takes a deadly turn when one of the guests begins systematically killing all the estranged attendants, leaving the group to try and decipher who, of all their friends, has the potential to be a murderer.
Powderfinger Regroups For 'One Night Lonely' 7.00PM AEST, Saturday 23 May 2020. After a decade long hiatus, iconic Australian band #Powderfinger is tuning up and preparing to bring a little happiness to fans during these challenging days. The title signifies the one off nature of this event and points towards the very important charities the band are supporting, Beyond Blue and Support Act. With millions of album sales in Australia alone, Powderfinger continue to captivate millions of listeners every month across streaming services and radio. In April 2010 Powderfinger announced they were calling it a day. The band embarked on their Sunsets Farewell Tour, playing to over 300 000 people along the way, and on 13 November 2010 they played their last gig, until now… One Night Lonely is presented by Secret Sounds, Universal Music Australia, YouTube and supports Beyond Blue and Support Act.
After 20 years of separation, brothers Adrian and Valentin spend a week together. 32-year old Adrian lives with their parents and benefits from a disability pension. Valentin, barely older, seems to have found his autonomy. Brothers - A Family Film is a dizzying dive into a relationship as impossible as it is established, where violence and tenderness are one and the same.
An intimate encounter between two women is recounted in this melancholic ode to a brief love that has been lost.
After moving away from the city, Robert stumbles onto his old flame. Their reunion however brings back some bad memories.
Roaming through dark streets, Benjamín recognizes a house. After knocking on the door, an old friend opens, scared. It is as if he was waiting for him. Shortly after they exchange greetings, his friend tells him something isn't right: an intruder has gotten into the house.
Mockumentary about a producer who attempts to reunite the cast and crew of the horror B-movie, "Curse of the Jackalope," for a 10-year reunion screening.
Diana McGowin is a successful middle-aged legal secretary. Upon her realization that she is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, Diana courageously attempts to hide her affliction from her husband, Jack, and her children, but it isn't long before the truth becomes painfully obvious.
One who doesn't have roots won't be able to grow wings-a documentary project about a man tracking his origins to the Middle East and establishing a connection with his father, whom he have never met before.
In the war-driven Balkans in 1991, four friends meet to pay respect to a dead friend...
An independent record store owner and life-long Alice Cooper superfan convinces the original lineup of his favorite band to reunite at his store over forty years after they parted ways.
Can three comedians from Bosnia overcome the bitterness of the past to reunite and reconcile? Often compared to Monty Python's Flying Circus the comedy team from Sarajevo known as Top Lista Nadrealista or The Surrealist Hit Parade rose to prominence on the eve of the breakup of Yugoslavia. Nele, Zenit and Djuro became household names throughout the Balkans. The wars that followed the splintering of the country pitted each of the diverse communities against one another. The bitter conflict exposed some nationalist loyalties among the comedians and lead to the acrimonious break-up of Top Lista. The split reflecting the broader tribulations dividing their homeland.
A story about partly miserable lives of middle aged men and unfulfilled dreams of youth.
When old feelings return, a reunion of friends at a Swedish summerhouse is thrown into chaos, hurt and conflict.
As kids in Maine in the early '90s, Zachary and his older brother Gator loved making home-movie versions of their two favorite films, Jean-Claude Van Damme's karate opus Kickboxer and psuedo-snuff classic Faces of Death. Now it's 2009, and though estranged from his family, Zachary returns to Maine to re-create these childhood tapes as accurately as possible. Things aren't the same however, as aging, drugs, and prison time have taken their toll on the Oberzan siblings. But with Jean-Claude and Dr. Frances B. Gröss in their corner, Zack and Gator (and sister Jenni) step back into the ring for a title shot at redemption.
A dyed-in-the-wool Londoner travels 10,000 miles to rural New Zealand to rekindle an old relationship, only to find that its fate lies in the paws of a faded old teddy bear.