In order to impress his beautiful French neighbor, Dylan Ramsey dognaps her pet pooch so he can return him and become a hero.
Sent to spend the summer with their uncle on a remote island, young brothers Andy and Mark learn that their eccentric grandfather once owned the island, but vanished without a trace…taking with him the secret to a vast fortune. Delving into the mysterious past of the island, the brothers discover that their grandfather designed a complex treasure hunt, a hunt that could lead to unimaginable wealth and heal their broken family – if they can find it in time. Sinister forces also search for the money and will stop at nothing to keep the boys from their quest. As the adventure unfolds, the boys learn that the bonds of family are the most valuable riches of all, and that some family secrets can’t stay buried forever.
A magical tale of friendship and loneliness, which tells the story of a little boy who one day finds a penguin on his doorstep. Although at first he is unsure what to do, the boy becomes determined to help the penguin find his way back home... even if that means rowing all the way to the South Pole!
Lost and Found provides an in-depth focus into the Myanmar military’s campaign of ethnic cleansing and violence perpetrated against the Rohingya, and one man’s life mission to reunite separated Rohingya children with their parents.
While visiting Switzerland, an American college professor, Adam, keeps running into a divorced British secretary, Patricia, wherever they go. First their cars collide. Then they smash into one another on a ski slope, each breaking a leg. In between numerous quarrels, the two develop lust and love. They hastily marry, but the disagreements continue. Patricia decides to leave, so Adam decides to fake a suicide. They lose and find each other, again and again.
Six young filmmakers from Central and East Europe developed shorts about the theme of "generation".
'Lost and Found' is a film with 7 interconnecting stories set in and around a lost and found office of an Irish train station.
An eerie 8 minute short film adaptation of PARADISE LOST
A bumbling knitted dinosaur must completely unravel itself to save the love of its life.
When a feature film is made about them seven years after their break-up, Benjie Nycum visits his ex-boyfriend Michael Glatze and finally tries to get answers about his bewildering shift from gay activist to ex-gay evangelical.
Austin Wright is a 17-year-old boy whose world is completely rocked when his long-time girlfriend suddenly commits suicide. His troubled past marked by frequent run-ins with the law does not help this small community from pointing their fingers in Austin's direction. Throughout the film, Austin makes attempts at buffering his reputation, but pressure from his mother, his relationship with his felon best friend, and the uncovering of Madison's truths pull Austin back into a black hole of trouble. Will Austin seek redemption for Madison's death, or will the allure of a life on the wild side be his downfall?
After years of missing family gatherings, New York City event planner Whitney Kennison (Tiya Sircar) is off to Chicago to spend Christmas with Grandma Frances (Diane Ladd). Excited that her granddaughter is finally home for the holidays, Frances decides to bestow Whitney with the precious Kennison family Christmas ornaments. But when Whitney mistakenly throws out the box of ornaments, Grandma Frances must stealthily devise a fun Christmas scavenger hunt to remind Whitney what the holiday is all about. It’s a race against time as Whitney reclaims the family ornaments, finds romance and learns the lesson Grandma Frances imparts.
Arvind spends his nights reading Batman comics behind iron bars at his lonely chemist shop in Bombay. A prostitute stops every night to buy condoms, until their conversations help Arvind break free and find the superhero within.
Keith Johnson, an isolated writer, finds hope through four lives and a series of classified ads.
Sent to spend the summer on a remote and mysterious island, teenage brothers embark on a thrilling treasure hunt to restore their family's lost fortune.
Metamorphosing images with the appearance of sculpted wood and shifting sand summon memories of a life.
Lost and Found depicts a life of a man with no homeland. 10 years ago Konstantin G fled the persecutions of homosexuals from Moscow to Finland. He lives now in Helsinki, living the different roles of his life: he is a nurse and a friend of the aged, a bright personality of the nightlife in Helsinki's gay-world, a solitary figure of the Russian community and the Orthodox Church, and as well as an intensive cabaret performer. Film is a mosaic-like journey to the loves and lives of Konstantin, where poems, songs and encounters form a picture of one passionate and unusual life. In the roles of his own life Konstantin Gontcharev.
On her wedding day, a young woman reflects on a previous failed relationship.
A man goes on a search to find his missing love, but instead discovers the world where all things lost are kept.
2007 short film by Cheuk Wan Chi
Lost & Found is a new ten part documentary series that sets about reuniting families, uncovering cultural identity and discovering lost family heritage. Each week seasoned investigative journalist David Lomas, along with a specialist search team of genealogists and researchers, tackles the cases of up to three seekers who are on an emotional journey to discover their family members and cultural pasts that they have not been connected to. Lost & Found is real, raw and - at times - heartbreaking as each episode showcases a basic primal need – just how important it is to know who we are and where we’ve come from. Tissues advised.
History's Lost and Found is a television show from the History Channel first aired in 1999. Each episode is divided into different segments concerning a different "lost" item or artifact from history. Most of the time, the segments do not relate. Each segment runs around 7 minutes and in this time we learn the history, of several famous lost artifacts such as the flags from the Battle of Iwo Jima, and other not so famous artifacts like the first TV Dinner tray. Each segment ends with information on where this item is located. Some segments were reused in other episodes. Episodes of the show were released on VHS in 2001 and the first episode has been released on DVD. 2000 was the big year for the series as most of the episodes were created and aired during that year, but a few new episodes aired 4 years later in 2004. The series is based on the book "Lucy's Bones, Sacred Stones and Einstein's Brain" by Harvey Rachlin. The series was produced by Atlas Media Corporation. Executive Producer: Bruce David Klein
Sachiko Sasaki (Mitsuki Takahata) works as a literary magazine editor. She is well respected by her colleagues due to her perfectionist ways. On Sachiko Sasaki's wedding day, her boyfriend Shungo disappears. Sachiko Sasaki is dumbfounded by her boyfriend's disappearance. The next day, Sachiko Sasaki goes to work, but she can't stop thinking about Shungo. She realizes she is more traumatized than she thought. Sachiko Sasaki decides to go to a restaurant. When her meal comes out, Sachiko Sasaki forgets all about Shungo. Her experience makes her become a connoisseur of gourmet meals. (Source: AsianWiki)