A look at the life of legendary American pilot Amelia Earhart, who disappeared while flying over the Pacific Ocean in 1937 in an attempt to make a flight around the world.
When the husband of a dying woman is approached by a corporation pioneering a new program to extend life through robotics, they get caught in a public debate over humans' relationship with technology.
Amelia acquainted with Fandy. Peters mother Amelia Amelia wants to match with Jeff, son of his cousin, but was stopped by his father. Aminuddin, Amelia's father and told him to meet Fandy Fandy and hope to marry Amelia. Fandy disappointed and went to the outside and this led Amelia agreed to marry Jill. Amelia infected with AIDS of Jeffery. Jeffery died in the accident. Fandy amends by marrying Amelia.
Fictional story based on Sarah Bernhard's visit to Brazil in 1905. The actress, experiencing a personal and professional crisis at the time, is induced by her personal Brazilian maid, Amélia, to make a performance in Rio de Janeiro. After arriving, she is forced to stand the company of Amélia's exotic sisters.
Biography follows the life of famed woman pilot Amelia Earhart, including her marriage to a famous publisher and her disappearance during a flight in 1937.
The multi-award-winning dance film Amelia (2002), directed and choreographed by Edouard Lock and performed by the acclaimed dance company La La La Human Steps, explores the use of point technique using extended intertwining solos, complex partnering sequences and extreme speed to generate powerful performances with unexpected moments of tender emotion and serenity.
The movie follows the Bennett family after Amelia tells her school counselor that her father has sexually abused her.
In this story we are guided through the relationship of Amelia and Duarte, two people that felt out of love and are trying to cope with the feelings that come after a relationship has ended.
Amelia and Michael is a 2007 British drama short film directed by Daniel Cormack, starring Anthony Head and Natasha Powell and executive produced by Richard Johns.
A telling of the story of the famous U.S. aviatrix Amelia Earhart who attempted to fly solo around the world in 1937. She disappeared during the process.
Amelia Earhart was a heroine. The first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1928, she disappeared without a trace during her attempt to circumnavigate the globe. Erja is in mid-life. She confronts her youthful enthusiasm for the flight pioneer, and her disillusionment with her own biography. This experimental animation combines re-enactments with archival material.
A well-bred young woman who prizes the virtue of fidelity remains faithful to the doctor who deflowers her, even after he marries her invalid sister.
A young girl (Amelia) is distressed and feeling guilty about losing the wings she was to wear in her school play. Then she notices an angel and follows the angel into a dark building. Upstairs in the attic, bathed in heavenly light, is an artist's model - the ANGEL. The painter ascends a ladder until he is out of shot - supposedly to heaven-and reappears to restore Amelia's joy with a pair of wings.
Young Amélie is currently enjoying life as the kept woman of her reasonably well off boyfriend Étienne. But when Étienne is called off for military duty, he enlists his playboy friend Marcel to keep an eye on her....something of a problem seeing that he is currently looking for a woman with which to create a sham marriage so he can quickly inherit a large sum of money from his father. Then suddenly the Prince of Palestra enters into the picture and boldly asks for Étienne's romantic favors to assess whether or not he would consider taking her as his bride. What's a free-spirited girl to do?
A young woman finds her inner beauty while in the throws of a mysterious doctors surgical embrace.
If, as a child, you were picked last for a team and sought as your refuge a wish or a dream, if you ever felt lonely, peculiar or blue, then Amelia Rose Towers is a lot like you! True!
Amelia, at the very moment of her own death, has a short time to say goodbye to her parents, whom must accept their loss.
Amelia Earhart is a 1976 two-part television miniseries starring Susan Clark and John Forsythe. Unlike more recent depictions of Earhart's life, this film makes an attempt to cover her entire life from her childhood on a Kansas farm, her nursing during World War I, an early boyfriend, employment at a Boston children's orphanage, her interest and exploits in aviation, her marriage to publisher G.P. Putnam and her famous disappearance in 1937. The miniseries was the first dramatization of Earhart's life and costarred a parade of well-known actors of the time.
Something About Amelia is a 1984 TV movie exploring the trauma to a family caused by incest. The film starred Ted Danson, Glenn Close, Missy Francis and Roxana Zal. Zal became the youngest primetime Emmy-winner in history for her work.
Former FBI official Shawn Henry investigates new, shocking evidence that aviator Amelia Earhart was captured by the Japanese military, including a photograph that purports to show Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan alive after their disappearance. Evidence includes documents containing new information indicating that the U.S. government knew that she was in the custody of a foreign power, and may have covered it up.
Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight is a 1994 television film starring Diane Keaton, Rutger Hauer and Bruce Dern. It is based on Doris L. Rich's Amelia Earhart: A Biography. The film depicts events in the life of Amelia Earhart, focusing on her final flight and disappearance in 1937, with her exploits in aviation and her marriage to publisher G.P. Putnam being revealed in flashbacks. This film was not the first television dramatization of Earhart's life, as Amelia Earhart appeared in 1976, starring Susan Clark as Earhart and John Forsythe as her husband George Putnam.