Nicole and Nelson are twins with psychic powers. On the first day of school everyone is talking about the recent vandalism at school. Nicole and Nelson decide to go undercover to find the culprit. The twins get child genius George & his high tech gadgets to help them solve the mystery. With the clock ticking, the kids race to break the case open before the big school board meeting where they must reveal the true person responsible for the vandalism. Will the Undercover Kids solve the crime before time runs out?
A neo-noir short film about three kids who get caught up in a night of chaos and violence after accidentally killing their drug dealer in a game of Russian roulette. The film explores the themes of substance abuse, peer pressure and the effects of bad decisions in a style reminiscent of intense thrillers like "Green Room" or "Good Time."
The Startup Kids is a documentary about young web entrepreneurs in the U.S. and Europe. It contains interviews with founders of Vimeo, Dropbox, Soundcloud and more who talk about how they started their company and their lives as an entrepreneur. Along with that people from the tech scene speaks about the startup environment including the venture capitalist Tim Draper and MG Siegler, tech blogger at Techcrunch.
After a wild bachelor party, our hero finds himself aboard a sailing vessel where he encounters numerous adventures. In a dream sequence, he fantasizes that the ship is seized by a band of female pirates.
Evan Reed (Lorenzo Lamas) is the best motocross coach in the country. After leading his daughter Callie Reed (Alana Austin) to the national championships, he decides to set his sites on a more persona... read more l challenge - saving a local dirt track from a motorcycle gang members named Viper & Mongo (Gary Busey & Evan Mariott) who are trying to take over the land from kids who ride there. But when Evan's best rider named (Josh Hutcherson) injuries himself before a winner takes all race, a surprising substitute teaches Evan and the kids that anything is possible. Evan finds a replacement rider is Cody the Chimpanzee to ride on motorcycle on motocross by Cody's surprise them that he can ride on it. Cody is the best rider on the motocross.
After living all his chilhood in the street, a young boy notices rapidly that crime doesn't pay and that´s why he decides to become a policeman. One day, one of his best friends go in prison for a murder he didn't commit. Immediately the policeman tries his best to release him and prove his innocence.
"The Wayang Kids" follows the adventures of a group of primary school children in Singapore that seek to overcome their personal struggles while representing their school in an international Chinese opera performance. A boy among this group must push through his autism to ultimately prove to everyone and himself that he has what it takes to be on stage. "The Wayang Kids" is a heartwarming film that sheds light on different cultures and backgrounds, and shows how our differences can actually bring us together.
What would you wish for if you were eleven and could have anything in the world? Your parents don't understand you. Your teenage brother is constantly getting you in trouble...for things he did! You're in love with the twelve-year-old girl across the street... who, unfortunately, is dating the local bully. Then, one afternoon, while being chased by the bully, you fall into a sinkhole, which happens to be in an ancient Indian burial ground. You find a glass, which you discover turns out to be a witchdoctor's Wishing Glass. When Ryan Mitchell discovers the Wishing Glass, he wishes that all the teenagers and parents would disappear. Soon it's "Kids World," with no adults and teenagers - nobody over the age of 12 anywhere! You can only imagine what happens next... *IT'S A CANADIAN FILM*
Rich Kids is a narrative drama about a group of troubled teens in a low-income community who resolve to break into “Los Ricos”, the local mansion with a border fence, in order to forget their difficult lives and experience a different one.
Two East New York siblings find a new game to play – mimicking the family business. Based On A True Story.
An animated short exploring group dynamics. How do we define ourselves when we are all equal? Who is steering the crowd? What if it is heading in the wrong direction? Where does the individual end and the group begin? What is done by choice, and what under duress?
Who is steering the crowd? What if it is heading in the wrong direction? Where does the individual end and the group begin? What is done by choice, and what under duress? A thoughtful experiment in group dynamics, this pithy and laconically witty black-and-white animated short presents a series of shifting prototypical scenarios. Along with a computer game, it forms part of a multimedia project by Michael Frei and game designer Mario von Rickenbach.
Strong Kids, Safe Kids was put together because so many of us are concerned about the horrible potential dangers our kids face every day. Sexual molestation and abduction are an unfortunate part of our times. And as loving parents, it's up to us to teach our kids to stay safe. It's like teaching them to look both ways before crossing the street... only it's a whole lot trickier. That's where Strong Kids, Safe Kids comes in. This film brings all of the problems - and questions - out in the open. It talks to you and your kids one-on-one. The material is frank and to the point. But presented so entertainingly with music and humor that it's a delight for the whole family to watch together. Again and again.
As climate change erases the Louisiana coast, the last two teenagers on Isle de Jean Charles fight to stay on an island that's been their family home for generations.
It is the time after wizards and mythical beasts have faded away but legends still carry their tales. Wars have brought borders to kingdoms, as well as unrest to those without.
Told with humor and suspense, and shot in a gritty verite style reflecting its unvarnished South Bronx milieu, Crotty's Kids follows five Eagle Academy debaters as they evolve from content-light amateurs to critical thinking heavyweights. But debate is only an ongoing McGuffin to the heart of the story: young men in search of an intellectual father figure. Coach Crotty arrives in their lives with the clock running out. In two years, the young men of Eagle are likely to become grist for a staggering statistic: 50% of urban males never graduate high school.
Perhaps the most ebullient “musical” you’ll see this year, Marc-Henri Wajnberg’s singular documentary/fiction hybrid follows a group of street children in the Congolese capital.
A documentary about the Romanian Communist orphanages and their aftermath.
Montmartre's kids, was filmed on the Parisian hill, which with its height, light, and cheap rents was home to such artists as Renoir, Degas, Cezanne, Braque, and Picasso. Another figure of the period, Francis Poulbot, created the archetypal street urchin in his drawings of Monmartre kids. His favorite theme is the effect of the war on these children who, in the absence of Germans, attack a concierge!
A drama directed by Petra Haffter.
The Kids of Degrassi Street is a Canadian children's TV show that aired from 1979 to 1986, and is the first in the Degrassi series, about the lives of a group of children living on Degrassi Street in Toronto, Canada. It grew out of four short films: Ida Makes a Movie, Cookie Goes to the Hospital, Irene Moves In and Noel Buys a Suit, which originally aired as after-school specials on CBC Television in 1979, 1980, 1981 and 1982, respectively. The show was acclaimed for its realistic depiction of every day children's lives and tribulations, and remains memorable to many Canadians because of this. Kids of Degrassi Street featured many of the same actors who would later appear on Degrassi Junior High and Degrassi High, including Stacie Mistysyn, Neil Hope, Anais Granofsky, Sarah Charlesworth and others. However, their character names and families were different, so this series cannot technically be seen as an immediate precursor to the later shows.
Big Kids was a family drama show which aired on CBBC on BBC One, from September 27th to December 20th 2000. Although only thirteen episodes were ever made, the show is one of CBBC's most repeated series, due to its popularity.
UPN Kids was a children's programming block that aired on UPN from September 10, 1995 to September 5, 1999. Airing on Sunday through Friday mornings, the block aired for two hours each day.
The Henderson Kids is an Australian television series made by Crawford Productions for Network Ten between 1985 and 1987. It was created and storylined by Roger Moulton, who also wrote 5 episodes in the first series and 2 episodes in the second series.
Aqua Kids is an animation produced by Korean broadcast company SBS. In Japan, it aired on TV Tokyo between 1 April 2004 and 23 September 2004 Thursdays for 26 episodes, replacing Pluster World and then been replaced by another anime series, Onmyou Taisenki.
Quiz Kids is an academic quiz Public-access television show for San Francisco Bay Area high schools. From the start in 1999 it has been hosted by Brad Friedman, the Drama Director at San Mateo High School. Originally developed as Peninsula Quiz Kids by Bob Marks and Liz La Porte of Peninsula TV Cable 26 in 1999, the show began airing on KRON-4 in San Francisco as Bay Area Quiz Kids. The show is now a production of [TV Game Brains], headed by Executive Producer Marc Balcer. In some years the Bay Area Academic League has participated in writing the questions and judging the matches. BAAL has organized San Francisco Area High School Quizbowl since 1995. Throughout its run, the show has been sponsored by the San Mateo Credit Union. Other sponsors have included Kaiser Permanente, SamTrans, the San Francisco Chronicle, AT&T, Oracle, Fisher Investments, and Wells Fargo Bank.
Wild Kids is a Swedish reality show for children that has aired for three seasons on Sveriges Television. Ola Lindholm has been the host of the show since the first season, which aired in 2005. The second season was filmed in late 2006 and aired in early 2007. The third season, also hosted by Lindholm, aired in 2009, and a fourth season is currently in production. Described as a children's version of Survivor, the show features two teams of children competing with each other in competitions in the Swedish forest Kolmården, where they live together until the show is over and the winners of the final win a trip to Africa. Unlike Survivor, however, a new contestant joins the competition every week and no one gets sent home. The new contestant joins the team that won that week's competition. The goal is to have as many contestants as possible in one's team as it will give the team an advantage in competitions and eventually the final. Wild Kids won the Kristallen television award in 2007 for "Children's Show of the Year". The show has been considered a ratings success for SVT, and the episodes of the show's second season were viewed by approximately 625,000–700,000 people. In 2007, new episodes of Wild Kids received 200,000–300,000 views every week on SVT's online channel SVT Play, making it the channel's second most popular television show of the year.
Quiz Kids, a popular radio and TV series of the 1940s and 1950s, was created by Chicago public relations and advertising man Louis G. Cowan. Originally sponsored by Alka-Seltzer, the series was first broadcast on NBC from Chicago, June 28, 1940, airing as a summer replacement show for Alec Templeton Time. It continued on radio for the next 13 years. On television, the show was seen on NBC and CBS from July 6, 1949 to July 5, 1953, with Joe Kelly as quizmaster, and again from January 12 to September 27, 1956, with Clifton Fadiman as host. The premise of the original show involved Kelly asking questions sent in by listeners and researched by Eliza Hickok and Rachel Stevenson. Kelly often said that he was not an intellectual, and that he could not have answered any of the questions without knowing the answer from his flash card. Yet he was remarkably kind and affable, and put even novice young contestants at ease immediately. The answers were supplied by a panel of five children, chosen for their high IQs, strong academic interests, and appealing personalities, as well as such qualities as poise, quickness, and sense of humor. One of the first Quiz Kids was seven-year-old nature expert Gerard Darrow. For the initial premiere panel he was joined by Mary Ann Anderson, Joan Bishop, Van Dyke Tiers and Charles Schwartz.
Aqua Kids is a children's television program which seeks to educate young people about the importance of protecting marine environments and the animals that live there. Aqua Kids is broadcast on 128 television stations across the United States and reaches approximately 80% of the viewing markets, however in the USA it currently airs on Kids & Teens TV. The show targets children, age 4 to 7. Since its start in 2000, the show has earned two Emmys and seven Telly Awards. Molly McKinney, who has been a cast member since the show’s pilot, served as its host and associate producer until 2010. In 2011, Rachael Coccia was hired as the new host of the show. The show is produced by George Stover. Phil Moore, a host of Nick Arcade, previously hosted the show.
Seven misfit kids thrown together by circumstance, tackling the trials and tribulations of tweenhood with a worldy-wise sense of humor. They face conflict from teachers, parents and each other, but this is not a documentary; in their world almost anything is possible, and technology and even magic can provide solutions -- or make things worse.
Kids Click is a kids' programme produced by TVB, which is an educational kids program similar to a Sesame Street. Rated Elementary School work. The show began in 17 January, 2000 and ended in 31 December, 2004.
Kids Court is a children's television/nontraditional court show aired by Nickelodeon. First airing on September 10, 1988 and ending in 1989, it was hosted by actor Paul Provenza. It was created and executive produced by Alan Goodman, Albie Hecht, and Fred Seibert; produced by Chauncey Street Productions, a division of Fred/Alan, Inc., in New York. It claimed to utilize grievances made by children mailed to the studio -- each side of a grievance would be represented by a child in the audience, and at the end of their argument, children in the audience would cheer. The "Judge-o-meter", a cardboard rendering of an English judge with peak meters for "eyes", would measure the decibels of the screaming, cheering children, and the side that generated the most screaming and cheering would win the argument. The "Judge-o-meter" system would also be used to "sentence" the guilty party -- sentences would be suggested by children in the audience. The show also had two courtroom sketch artists during the course of the show, Nobi Nakanishi and Asha Canalos. During commercial breaks, the show would have quick quiz questions for children, about the legal system. Kids Court was part of Nickelodeon's "Cable in the Classroom" promotion.
Will all of these nine charming boys be able to make it? Find out if the JYP’s most independent trainees can prove themselves to be K-pop idol material and successfully debut as a K-pop idol boy group!
Bloody Kids is a British television film written by Stephen Poliakoff and directed by Stephen Frears, made by Black Lion Films for ATV, and first shown on ITV on 22 March 1980.