During the last two years of her life, Princess Diana (Naomi Watts) campaigns against the use of land mines and has a secret love affair with a Pakistani heart surgeon (Naveen Andrews).
Diana! is American singer Diana Ross' first solo TV special, which aired on ABC on April 18, 1971. The program was choreographed by David Winters of West Side Story fame, who at that time choreographed all of Ross' stage and TV shows. The special also featured appearances by Danny Thomas and Bill Cosby, plus performances by The Jackson 5, and also included Jackson 5 lead singer Michael Jackson's solo debut.
The bedroom of a flat in Madrid. It's Sofia's bedroom, she's a luxury escort. Her new client discovers the mysterious name that she has tattooed on her leg: "Diana ... Diana is your real name?" He introduced himself as Hugo but in reality he is called Janus. He appears to be an educated businessman, a modern and close entrepreneur. Is he? Sofia's apartment will become the setting for a disturbing game where the personalities they both hide will be revealed, like layers of a complex onion that will break off until they reach their heart. And the key to Sofia's lies in unveiling who Diana is and what it means to her.
A woman goes hunting night after night, looking for someone, anyone, to satisfy her hunger in an alienating urban landscape.
Using home videos recorded by her voice coach, Diana takes us through the story of her life.
Dinah Sheldon is a student at an exclusive girl's school who starts campaigning for women's rights. Her minister father and her boyfriend Tom Wade do not approve.
Diana Nyad, an iron-willed swimmer determined to leave her mark on the long-distance swimming world attempts a swim from Cuba to Florida, at the age of sixty-two.
A young transgender woman rejected by her family in India, lives alone in London, working as a prostitute to pay for hormone therapy. Aleem Khan’s remarkable short film is set in 1997 in the wake of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales – whose loneliness and isolation our protagonist can identify with only too well. On this extraordinary day, she prepares to set herself free.
10 January1946, the antennae of Camp Evans emit a short signal with very great power towards the Moon. A little more than two seconds later, they capture a slight echo. This was the first success for Project Diana, two years after its launch. Giving form(s) — in all the senses that this term may include — to what is invisible is at the heart of Simon Ripoll-Hurier’s practice. From amateur radio operator clubs to ghost hunters, from bird watchers to the drums that could send signals on battle fields, the challenge here is to successfully establish contact with a distant, absent being, by using much more mysterious means than those inhabiting our daily lives. So, although the machine appears in diverse forms, the challenge is probably more linked to the immaterial, to the silence or to the background noises that constantly disturb the efforts and attempts
Diana is assigned to find out the details of the enemy's war tactics. Together with her partner in crime, Robertson, she manages to get in touch with Captain Argo and retrieves secret information. All is proceeding according to plan until Diana slowly gets torn by on the one hand her duty as a spy, and on the other her passionate feelings for Captain Argo.
This intimate and loving portrait of the legendary arbiter of fashion, art and culture illustrates the many stages of Vreeland's remarkable life. Born in Paris in 1903, she was to become New York's "Empress of Fashion" and a celebrated Vogue editor.
ON July 1st 2007 a concert is being held at Wembley Stadium in London and broadcast live to over 140 countries to commemerate the life of Princess Diana on what would have been her 46th birthday 10 years after her untimely death...
A sensuous woman trapped in a loveless relationship has an affair with a leading politician which threatens to bring down the government.
Diana Krall has had a long time fascination with bossa nova, a type of music which perfectly suits her sophisticated yet sensual style. This culminated in her new studio album "Quiet Nights" (released by Verve in spring 2009) and in this stunning concert filmed in the home of the bossa nova, Rio de Janeiro, in November 2008. Accompanied by her band and an orchestra, Diana Krall delivers a superb set of standards in true bossa nova style but clearly bearing her unique stamp. This DVD captures Diana Krall at her scintillating best.
A fresh and revealing insight into Princess Diana through the personal and intimate reflections of her two sons and her friends and family.
A moment of false bravado and some imaginative letters allow shy, anxiety-ridden, thirteen-year-old Markus to connect with a Hollywood star, but when she returns home to Norway she wants to meet the thirty-six-year-old millionaire she believes him to be...
Recorded live at the Paris Olympia on December 1, 2001, Krall's classic style blends equal parts artistic vision, hard work and determination. The British Columbia native began playing piano at the age of four and now has five stunning albums behind her. She made her debut with the critically acclaimed Only Trust Your Heart and the album topped the Billboard jazz charts for the most of 1998, earning Krall a Grammy nomination. She went on to win a Best Jazz Vocal Performance Grammy for 1999's platinum-selling When I Look in Your Eyes and became the first jazz artist in 25 years to be nominated in the Album of the Year category.
A short dance performance about the mythical goddess of the hunt
Rachel, an American journalist in Paris, is present the night of the fateful accident of Princess Diana and witness to the crime scene. As she starts to investigate, Rachel uncovers information that leads her to believe this was no accident, and she soon learns that there are people out there who will stop at nothing to silence her.
Television film telling the story of Diana, Princess of Wales, based on the publication of the same name by Andrew Morton.