Antonina Miliukova is a beautiful and bright young woman, born in the aristocracy of 19th century Russia. She could have anything she'd want, and yet her only obsession is to marry Pyotr Tchaikovsky, with whom she falls in love from the very moment she hears his music. The composer finally accepts this union, but after blaming her for his misfortunes and breakdowns, his attempts to get rid of his wife are brutal. Consumed by her feelings for him, Antonina decides to endure and do whatever it takes to stay with him. Humiliated, disgraced and discarded, she is slowly driven to madness.
"Under Pressure" follows two brothers on a turbulent journey navigating addiction and processing bittersweet nostalgia. Set in Oakland, the film contrasts vibrant memories with a harsh present. Milo battles despair while flashbacks unveil carefree moments with Benny in a sunlit park. Simultaneously, Benny's reflective drive blurs past and present, intertwining narratives and questioning the boundaries of reality. This intricate portrayal of human resilience amidst life's pressures prompts viewers to ponder the fragile nature of existence
A handsome nerd journeys the globe to turn the conventional art world on its head, set to prove to historians and critics alike that movie props are as important an art form as the greatest paintings and sculptures in history.
A Pakistani woman stares into the camera, drinks coffee, laughs, and twirls her hair. A Muslim family is behind her. The footage is slowed down to showcase human motion and body language, as well as capture and preserve the beauty of an individual person.
Since 2006, ShortsTV has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe. This special release features the year's most spectacular animated short films and is available to watch on the big screen for a limited time. Program includes: "Letter to a Pig" (France/Israel, 17 min.), "Ninety-Five Senses" (USA, 13 min.), "Our Uniform" (Iran, 7 min.), "Pachyderme" (France, 11 min.), and "WAR IS OVER! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko" (USA, 11 min.).