Priscilla and Jack appear to be the perfect couple, but they have a secret: She is sexually frustrated. They separate in the hope of resolving the situation. While Jack moves into a bachelor pad and begins an affair with a student, Priscilla discovers the joys of self-pleasuring and finds an unusual bed-mate.
Based on the true story of Evelyn Ryan, a midwestern housewife who managed to rescue her family from debt by entering contests for ad slogans sponsored by consumer product companies.
An entire family comes of age during the early 1970s.
A reader tells a sad story to a listener, who only knocks in response.
A woman on the verge of moving to New York has a meeting with the one person who might convince her to stay, her ex.
'Winesburg, Ohio' is a film freely adapted from the classic novel by Sherwood Anderson, mentor to Faulkner and Hemingway, and inspired by 'the hunger to see below the surface of lives'. A young reporter in small town Ohio circa 1919, moves through a mysterious, labyrinthine world, glimpsing the dreams and disappointments of local inhabitants, as they relive the moments that renders them grotesque.
An experimental film by Ekrem Serdar, released in 2009.
a movie by Heinz Paul
Footage collection of a Chilean family who seeking the American dream on an American midwest town.
Election Day 2004: Democracy lays dead in Ohio as another election is stolen in broad daylight. Based on the Congressional report that detailed how Ohio became the new Florida in 2004.
“This view was taken upon Mr. McKinley's lawn at his home in Canton, Ohio. Mr. McKinley appears walking across the lawn in company with his Secretary, who hands him a telegram, which he reads with apparent satisfaction. The characteristic walk and gestures of Mr. McKinley will be noted with interest by his friends.” (AMB Picture Catalogue)
In Columbus, Ohio, a group of autistic teenagers and young adults role-play this transition by going through the deceptively complex social interactions of preparing for a spring formal. Focusing on several young women as they go through an iconic American rite of passage, we are given intimate access to people who are often unable to share their experiences with others. With humor and heartbreak, How to Dance in Ohio shows the daily courage of people facing their fears and opening themselves to the pain, worry, and joy of the social world.
In this film, double exposure creates a layered effect of time playing on an old-fashioned pastime.
Iced Earth at Alrosa Villa, Columbus, OH, USA My Own Savior Burning Times Vengeance Is Mine Last December Pure Evil The Hunter Stand Alone Desert Rain Dark Saga Melancholy (Holy Martyr) When the Night Falls Prophecy Birth of the Wicked The Coming Curse Iced Earth
CONRAIL'S 23 history concluded on June 1, 1999 when it was divided between CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern. Conrail's New York Central System/Toledo & Ohio Central line from Toledo, Ohio to Charleston, West Virginia was split between CSX and NS, with the territory north of Columbus, Ohio going to CSX, and the south end going to NS. CLEAR BLOCK PRODUCTIONS' video CONRAIL'S CONCLUSION - THE FORMER TOLEDO & OHIO CENTRAL covers the entire route from Stanley Tower in Toledo to Vaughan, West Virginia, south of Charleston. Locations visited include Stanley Yard - with a look at what remains of the Eastern Branch from Toledo to Thurston - Bowling Green, Findlay, Dunkirk, Kenton, Ridgeway, Marysville, Columbus, Pickerington, Baltimore, Thurston, Bremen, Junction City, New Lexington, Corning, Glouster, Hobson, Point Pleasant, Smithers, Charleston, Dickinson, Glen Ferris, and more! So hop on board as we tour this scenic and seldom photographed portion of Conrail's system.
Steeped in a rich tradition dating back to their inaugural meeting in 1897, this rivalry extends beyond the pursuit of a Big Ten title, and is renewed each year through the pageantry and colliding cultures that distinguish the two schools.
This Video provides a fascinating peek at the northeastern corner of the prosperous state of Ohio and explains why it claims to be the "best location in the nation".
From their first National Championship in 1942 under coach Paul Brown to their winning ways under Jim Tressel's leadership in the 21st century, this comprehensive video covers the proud history of Ohio State football. Packed with interviews and insider stories, this retrospective delves into Woody Hayes's 28-year dynasty, the Buckeyes' decade-long rivalry with the Michigan Wolverines, Archie Griffin's back-to-back Heisman wins and much more.
Legendary Punk band reunites for their 20th Anniversary in their hometown, Dayton OH in 1999. This was released as a bonus DVD to the Essential Independence CD release in 2014.
Florida outgained the Buckeyes 370 yards to 82, led in first downs 21-8 and time of possession 40:48 to 19:12 to lead the Gators to a 41-14 victory in the 2007 BCS National Championship game. The trophy will make a perfect bookend for the one the basketball Gators won by beating UCLA for the national championship earlier last year. The Gators became the first program to hold football and men's basketball titles at the same time.
Filmmaker Joe Berlinger’s real-time, eight-part investigation into a string of mysterious sex and drug-fueled disappearances and deaths in the heart of America’s rust belt.
Normal, Ohio is an American television sitcom, which aired on the Fox Network in 2000. The show stars John Goodman as William "Butch" Gamble, a gay man returning to his Midwestern home town. The cast also includes Joely Fisher, Anita Gillette, Orson Bean, Mo Gaffney and Charles Rocket.