A classic Disney fairytale collides with modern-day New York City in a story about a fairytale princess (AMY ADAMS) from the past who is thrust into present-day by an evil queen (SUSAN SARANDON). Soon after her arrival, Princess Giselle begins to change her views on life and love after meeting a handsome lawyer (PATRICK DEMPSEY). Can a storybook view of romance survive in the real world?
Clayton and Susan Redfield were in danger of losing their home after receiving a $66,000 bill from their insurance company. After many unheard complaints, Clayton uploaded their story to the SiCKO YouTube group page and got results. Watch their story now!
This is a short documentary about Susan Smolinsky.
Susan is daring enough to be silly. A multidisciplinary artist who believes in free expression, she transforms everyday reality into something inspiring.
As The Tutu Fairy she dances through Times Square and tries to make strangers wishes come true.
Official trailer for "Beyond Belief," the award-winning documentary feature directed by Beth Murphy. For screening times and release dates, visit: *******www.principlepictures****/beyondbelief
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Susan Retik and Patti Quigley are two ordinary soccer moms living in the affluent suburbs of Boston until tragedy strikes. Rather than turning inwards, grief compels these women to focus on the country where the terrorists who took their husbands' lives were trained: Afghanistan.
Now playing at film festivals across the U.S. Sign up for our mailing list to find out when Beyond Belief is playing in a theater near you!
A distinguished panel of industry experts discuss the Green Energy solutions that will emerge to power the world in the 21st century. Including moderator: Susan MacCormac, Partner, Morrison
Joan Deerfield (Susan Sarandon) insists on seeing the body of her deceased son while arguing with her husband Hank (Tommy Lee Jones) in this clip from the new film In The Valley Of Elah. In select theaters September 14th, and expands on September 21st. For more info, visit: www.IntheValleyofElah****
Behind-the-Scenes - Deleted Scene - Reverend Matthew Brewer (John Prosky) and his "Citizens for Decency", protest at the funeral of a murdered gay college student. St. Louis Reporter Don Deetz (Jason Wiles) covers the story.
The religious singer is award-winning artist Niki Hornsby who donated several songs to our movie.
For you Star Trek fans, the woman to the right of the singer is Susan Sackett. Susan was the assistant to Star Trek's creator - Gene Roddenberry.
For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00.
HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder****
Jennifer Strauss recently interviewed Arin Crumley nad Susan Buice for a Moviemaker Magazine article hitting the stands November 2007. They recorded it and you can watch it on Arin's videoblog. Yay!
Watch a behind-the-scenes clip from ENCHANTED, in which a classic Disney fairytale collides with modern-day New York City, when a fairytale princess (AMY ADAMS) from the past is thrust into present-day by an evil queen (SUSAN SARANDON). Soon after her arrival, Princess Giselle begins to change her views on life and love after meeting a handsome lawyer (PATRICK DEMPSEY). Can a storybook view of romance survive in the real world?
ENCHANTED opens in theaters on November 21, 2007! Visit *******www.Disney.Go.Com/Enchanted for more information!
Susan Breslow is an expert on destination weddings and the author of âDestination Weddings for Dummiesâ. This week she shares inside tips from her years of experience on having a destination wedding in Las Vegas â high rollinâ style!
Watch how Susan Sarandon personifies elements of classic Disney villains, and brings evil Queen Narissa to life in ENCHANTED.
Don't forget to visit the official site (*******www.EnchantedMovie****) for the trailer, image gallery, with more exciting features to come, including the soundtrack preview, games, and downloads.
Marianne and her nameless collegue send Susan the Knife throwing expert off to threaten our protaganist. Expect gunfire and crocodiles and a little character known as "the dog".
I hope you have imagination - its using clips from many random films, so our protaganist changes over time, but i hope you'll get the idea...
Music by MuscularTeeth of course.
Author Susan Wilson Solovic presents THE GIRLS' GUIDE TO BUILDING A MILLION-DOLLAR BUSINESS, a refreshing and authoritative business book for the modern woman.
The cult favorite The Wasp Woman is a touchstone sixties monster movie. The story outline is familiar: an aging beauty (Susan Cabot) wishes to take a scientists experimental youth serum, which is derived from Wasps, but the serum goes too far and turns her into a monster. What separates The Wasp Woman is the quality of its acting. Going beyond the cheap (and fun!) effects and goofy costumes, The Wasp Woman enchants with good drama that unfolds into magnificently effective horror scenes â once the creature is unleashed, of course. While enjoying the fantastic popcorn fun, donât forget to spot the sexy starlette Lynn Cartwright as a sultry and sassy Brooklyn secretary.
Academy Award winners Susan Sarandon and Alan Arkin join the sensational Penelope Cruz, and action-hero Paul Walker in this Christmas charmer, directed by renowned actor Chazz Palminteri. A patchwork of stories -- among them, a romance between a cop (Walker) and a local beauty (Cruz); a feisty divorcee (Sarandon) journeying towards self-fulfillment as she tends to her dying mother; and the re-forging of a long-broken bond between a lonely old man (Arkin) and Walker's frustrated cop â all culminating on a magical Christmas Eve as they learn the value of family and the true spirit of the holidays.
Panel Discussion Follows Debut Screening of "Architecture 2030," an Episode of the Autodesk Sponsored e2 design Documentary Series
A panel discussion held November 7 in Chicago, and hosted by Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), cited the need to promote and increase education on sustainable design to develop the talent necessary to reach the green goals set forth by the 2030 Initiative and other international efforts. Held in conjunction with the Greenbuild 2007 Expo in Chicago, the panel, moderated by Susan Szenasy, editor-in-chief of Metropolis magazine, included S. Richard Fedrizzi, president, CEO and founding chairman of the USGBC; Phil Bernstein, vice president of Industry Strategy and Relations, Autodesk; Sadhu Johnston, deputy chief of staff, City of Chicago; and Edward Mazria, executive director, Architecture 2030.