On a late night visit to an ATM, three co-workers end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man.
ATM is a Hong Kong Comedy-Drama starring Stanley Fung.
Antho, Thumba, Chetty, and Bombay live in a slum area. They make a living by resorting to petty thefts and crimes and most of their deeds ends up in trouble. Antho has a lover, Chetty is a bike kidnapper, Thumba is a drug seller, and Bombay considers himself to be a dhadha who frequently boasts about being a gang leader in the city of Mumbai in the past. Swathi played by Jackie Shroff, is a North Indian underworld don who ropes in, these four people to rob a bank. The rest of the film narrates build-up to the bank robbery and subsequent events associated with it.
Sua and Jib are like any other couple in this world except for one exception: for the past 5 years they have kept their relationship a secret since the bank where they are employed has a strict "No Fraternization" policy. It's not a big deal until they decide to get married. The only problem? Which one of these two Type-A overachievers will put marriage before a career and resign? With neither willing to take the leap of faith they both turn incident into opportunity when an ATM glitch in Chonburi province cashes out over $130,000 baht. The terms are simple: whoever is able to recover the money first gets to keep their job. The couple will turn into no holds barred competitors. Who will literally "go big" in their career or "go home" in this romantic comedy about what two people won't do for each other in the name of love? It's the age old battle of the sexes but this time around how can victory be easily declared in a war...
An animated short film about a man using an ATM that holds secrets inside.
A drifter lands a job as an officer in Mexico City's elite motorcycle police unit. Once there, he falls in love with a girl, who is also courted by his commanding officer. Both policemen try to avoid this from interfering with their friendship and profession. Written by Salvador Monroy Ordaz
A 19-year-old is coming out of prison and trying to build a new life but he can't deal with his guilt.
Cecilia, Alberto, and Felipe live through a strange epidemic that plagues the abandoned streets of a coastal town. Suddenly, an uncontrollable desire forces them to leave in search of the sea.
Shot in 16mm colour film, this experimental short film is an incredibly hypnotic excerpt that focuses on a lone masked figure seated in a valley.
Atmos is a tale of humanity’s desperate flight from a dying earth.
In Atmosphere the camera pans back and forth over a body of water at a varying tempo and most people assume that a camera operator is in charge. The final image of the film carries a great deal of significance. It opens up a gap between the film’s appearance and its reality; what it appears to be – what it imitates – is not an object or scene from everyday life, but a film. Atmosphere is not just an imitation, but an imitation of an imitation, a metafilm that plays with the viewers’ expectations about cinematic form. —R. Bruce Elder, Image and Identity
Indian film directed by Prasad starring Anjali Devi
Through a very surreal chase of spying and surveillance, Catafuse, a dubiously dressed "creature", hunts down specific human targets with the help of Molosstrap. But in a world completely run by the shadowy hands of the pharmaceutical industry, the lines of reality become so blurry and complex, that the mastering of insanity might just be the only way out...
Created with Deb Todd Wheeler, this is variety of mediated representations of layers of atmospheric penumbra, with sources for these miasmas ranging from plastic bags to power plants.
Sistiaga painted directly on 70mm film a circular (planetary?) form, around which dance shifting colours in a psychedelic acceleration matched by the soundtrack’s deep-space roar and howl. - Cinema Scope
French post-apocalyptic thriller film.
The film is a day in the life that passes by, even if it seems neverending. In the morning the streets are alive with people, pedestrians and cars, with loud and exultant noise. Such sounds accompany the restless walk of a woman and her child across a dusty street, while Bartas’ gaze wanders through many different perspectives.
A soothing marriage of sound and image, the ATMOSPHERES collection sets mellow, comforting music to beautifully shot footage of natural scenery for a calming experience.
ATM! is a show aired on XHJUB-TV, a Televisa station in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico. It is a musical hour consisting of Mexican country music clips. It is hosted by Adrian and Rosy Fonseca.
The life story of Khun Sua and Khun Jib after marriage.
The life story of Khun Sua and Khun Jib after marriage.
Atmospheres was a weekly television series on The Weather Channel. The series, hosted by popular meteorologist Jim Cantore and Mish Michaels, featured current weather news and information. Some of the original segments included "Feature of the Week", dramatic rescue stories from inclement weather; "Destinations", which highlighted exotic locales; "In The Elements", profiles of people working in extreme weather, and a unique weather story that varied with each episode. Each episode contained three local and two national forecasts. Originally, Atmospheres aired new episodes on Sundays at 8PM and 11PM eastern, Wednesdays at 8PM eastern, and Saturdays at 5PM eastern. Encore episodes aired on Saturdays at 8PM and 11PM eastern and Sundays at 5PM eastern. In January 2003, when the award winning drama Storm Stories premiered, new episodes of Atmospheres no longer aired. Reruns still aired on weekends until the end of summer 2003 when Storm Stories started airing every night. Since then, Atmospheres has not been on The Weather Channel's programming schedule; however, Atmospheres was the first entry of a vision and initiative proposed in 2000 for creating a defining signature long-form program like Storm Stories, It Could Happen Tomorrow and When Weather Changed History. Cantores new show, Storm Stories premiered the same night Atmospheres had ended.