There is an urban legend that a seat in the local cinema theater is cursed and whoever takes it ends up dead. A group of high school friends start to believe the legend when some mysterious deaths occur after a day of skipping school at the cinema. The police begin their investigation while the teenagers start to suspect each other.
Faye Banks is lost in a world in which she doesn’t belong. When her imagination leads her to enter a competition to win a one way ticket to Mars, the consequences will change her life forever.
A newspaper reporter comes across a man and woman arguing on the beach, and after obligingly driving the woman around when she seeks him out, he takes her back to discover that the man has been murdered. The woman takes off, but the reporter, after many twists and turns, runs into her on a train. They start a relationship, but he had better pay closer attention to how he got to know her in the first place.
In The Seat Filler, Derrick (Martin) is a struggling law student who takes a job as an awards show seatfiller to make ends meet. One day, he is seated next to the beautiful pop superstar Jnelle (Rowland), who mistakes him for a well-known industry executive. With an instant chemistry, the unlikely pair begin to date.
A Filpino family deals with hooded people who are involved in extra-judicial killings and other abuses in Philippine society.
Double Seat is a story of newly wed lovebirds Amit and Manjiri struggling to find their private space in overwhelming city of Mumbai.
Teen Andrea uses a male stripper to gain the respect and admiration of cool girl Daphne. Hot Seat, which is based on a true story, explores coming-of-age sexuality and the complexities of relationships between teen girls.
Animators were asked to submit ideas based on the theme, "Do the Right Thing". This story is based on the director's experience of losing her chair while working in the National Film Board's animation studio. This film also explores the many uses for a carrot.
Seat 26D explores the inexpressible. With scale models built of paper, digital animation and live action, it reconstructs a passenger’s memory of a plane crash. Early morning, December 27th 1991. Flight 751 is taking off from Stockholm-Arlanda. 13-year old Sandro is looking forward to spending his Christmas holiday in Japan. At 1,000 meters altitude violent explosions are heard from both sides of the plane. The engines go quiet and they are silently gliding through the air. The pilots are forced to make an emergency landing and the plane crashes on a snow-capped field near the small village of Gottröra. The flight lasted 4 minutes, but the memory lasts a lifetime. Sandro narrates the story about the day he was about to die.
A Seat with a View is a film that takes us on a journey with three children sitting as passengers on a bicycle. It is a depiction of those mythical moments experienced along the way: what is seen and what thoughts arise when one is “on board”.
An ageing Glaswegian psychoanalyst finds his lust for life renewed following an encounter with the charismatic partner of a young patient.
A brutal, direct expressionist film that leaves the viewer in a slightly confused state. Meanwhile, the beautiful in their coloristic explosions. Scene for scene is a 35mm roll processed with various scratching techniques, tusjing, coloring and chlorine treatment, then edited into short hectic rhythm shifts.
In this gruesome shocker, a group of teens are haunted by evil forces, at a movie theater, set to claim their lives. When the malevolent spirit escalates its attack and the classmates begin dying in strange and horrible ways, they band together to try and figure out its grand design. A wave of death has been unleashed and death is chasing each of them.
Chemical flame retardants are everywhere: on our furniture, our homes, even our bodies. Yet, they don't seem to stop fires...but they do make us sick. This film reveals how three chemical companies and Big Tobacco had a hand in contributing to this dangerous standard...and how a courageous group of citizens have begun the fight to expose this shadowy campaign of deception.
A story of four women set amidst the Macanese gambling industry.
Hoot is ordered to bring in the Indian Jolly Red Giant for not paying his fine for overpopulating his Indian tribe. Hoot Kloot and Fester makes it to the tribe, but there is no Red Giant around. Hoot inspects the tribe for clues, but the Indians starts shooting arrows. Hoot finds Jolly Red Giant in the desert, but Hoot has hard time making him come, since he's giant...
An ambitious event promoter tries to launch a new national championship based around video gaming. Inviting the five top gamers from around the country, the road to seat league is paved with bizarre characters and amusing detours.
Seattle is a love story between Iván, a pilot, and Amanda, a stewardess, through their meetings in hotels around the world.
Watch slides of Michael Snow's paintings from the worst seat in the house.
Australia's funniest comedians search for the truth as they take the pulse of the nation from behind the driver's wheel of a taxicab with everyday punters.
Millionaire Hot Seat, also known as Hot Seat, is an Australian television quiz show. The show is a spin-off of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? which began airing on the Nine Network on 20 April 2009. As with the original version of the show, it is hosted by Eddie McGuire. A special prime time edition aired on 8 June 2009.
Hot Seat is a syndicated, politically oriented, though often satirical and comedic television talk-show that began in the early 1980s, hosted by conservative commentator Wally George. It was shot in the studios of KDOC, a UHF television station licensed to Anaheim, California.
Story Seat was a Canadian children's television series which aired on CBC Television in 1962.
Hot Seat is an American game show which aired on ABC from July 12 to October 22, 1976. The series was created by Heatter-Quigley Productions, which at this point were best known for creating Gambit and The Hollywood Squares. Jim Peck was the host, with Heatter-Quigley veteran Kenny Williams as the announcer.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Hot Seat was an Indonesian game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. It was broadcast by RCTI from Monday, September 13, 2010 at 17.30. The host was Ferdi Hasan. Despite its name, the top prize was a quarter of billion Indonesian rupiah, however since September 19, the top prize was increased to half a billion rupiahs, and the money tree was changed. It can be earned by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. The only lifeline was pass. October 31, 2010 was the last day the show aired on RCTI, fueling rumors of cancellation. Unlike the previous 2 'classic' Millionaire ever aired in Indonesia, this time the format used is the Hot Seat format, similar to the Australian version. Several of the first 5 questions usually have 3 joke answers and 1 correct answer.
A group of heroic firefighters at Seattle Fire Station 19—from captain to newest recruit—risk their lives and hearts both in the line of duty and off the clock. These brave men and women are like family, literally and figuratively, and together they put their own lives in jeopardy as first responders to save the lives of others.
Renowned medium Thomas John, a trusted advisor to influencers and celebrities around the country, surprises unsuspecting ride-share passengers with readings.
Cheap Seats without Ron Parker, commonly shortened to Cheap Seats, is a television program broadcast on ESPN Classic hosted by brothers Randy and Jason Sklar. The brothers appear as fictional ESPN tape librarians who amuse themselves by watching old, campy sports broadcasts and wisecracking about them. Cheap Seats debuted on February 4, 2004, with an episode that showed ESPN sportscaster "Ron Parker" getting buried under a shelf full of tapes, forcing the Sklars to fill in, as they were behind Parker on the "hosting depth chart". The founding production team behind "Cheap Seats" included Mark Shapiro, Showrunner, Todd Pellegrino, James Cohen and Joseph Maar. Cheap Seats was originally an hour-long program. There were about 10 one hour-long episodes in the first season, all of which were subsequently cut down to fit a 30 minute time slot.
Jump City: Seattle is an American television series on G4 that features four of the top freerunning and parkour teams in the United States all coming together for the first U.S. tricking competition. Each week, the athletes compete in different parkour challenges spread out across the streets of Seattle, Washington.
The Cheap Seats was a television show on FOX Sports that mostly consisted of interviews with pro baseball players at home via Skype. It debuted during the 2010 Major League Baseball season with Chris Rose as its host, becoming best known for the many appearances by San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson, including the first on-camera showing of "The Machine". The host for 2011 was former pitcher David Wells.
The story of Banner, a young orphaned squirrel raised by a kindly mother cat, and his adventures in the forest.