A young woman becomes inexplicably attracted to a man who is stalking her. When her boyfriend goes missing, the stalker is the immediate suspect, until a game of jealousy and betrayal turns deadly.
Robert is an architect and artist, in Vichy after separating from his Parisian wife. Robert finds it calms him to stand in the shadows of the home of Juliette and Patrick and watch her cook. She thinks he's a prowler and confronts him, then invites him in...
The Owl, also known as La Chouette, is a series of short CGI-animated episodes for children's television. The series features the eponymous owl, pink in colour, and with blue feet that "float" below her body. Each of the minute-long fifty-two episodes centres on the owl attempting to overcome unfortunate circumstances, but end in her demise by her various appendages and body being dispensed of in unusual or comical ways. The series also feature a surrealistic world with floating objects and exploding apples.
Owlegories is an animated series that follows a group of student owls as they travel on adventures learning about nature, faith, and God!
A shout back to late-night hosted television from the 70's and 80's featuring 5-time Emmy award winner, Fritz The Nite Owl.This reboot of Nite Owl Theatre (1974-1991) features all new Fritz bumpers and a great public domain classic.
The Owl Service was an eight-part television series based on the fantasy novel of the same name by Alan Garner. Produced in 1969 and televised over the winter of 1969-1970, the series was remarkably bold in terms of production. It was the first fully scripted colour production by Granada Television and was filmed almost entirely on location at a time when almost all TV drama was studio-bound. It used editing techniques such as jump cuts to create a sense of disorientation and also to suggest that two time periods overlapped. For the series, the book was adapted in seven scripts by Garner and was produced and directed by Peter Plummer. The direction was quite radical and seemed to be influenced by the avant-garde, a noted contrast to what might be expected of a children's serial.
The Kids from OWL was a children's television production made in New Zealand during the 1980s. OWL was a secret government organisation whose agents were young people with physical disabilities. Using devices like laser-beam-firing crutches and computerized wheelchairs, the kids from OWL always overcame the bumbling plots of operatives from S.L.I.M.E. or "the Southern Latitude's International Movement for Evil". The Kids from Owl pioneered the use of electronic graphics from Apple 2 and Apple 3 computers in New Zealand. It was produced by Kim Gabara.
OWL/TV is a children's educational television series that aired on CBC Television, and then later on CTV, from 1993 to 1994. Its focus is nature and science discovery, emphasizing to viewers how they can have an impact on their own environment. PBS, BBC, ITV and Showtime also aired the show for a brief period. Reruns of the show have aired on YTV, and CTV. A French translation of the series also aired as Télé-Hibou on youth channel Canal Famille, today known as VRAK.TV. Each half-hour program contains segments from several recurring features: ⁕Mighty Mites are three kids who possess the magical ability to shrink in size in order to explore microscopic environments. ⁕Animals Close Up explores various aspects of animal life. Kids meet the animals first-hand and conduct on-the-spot interviews with zoologists and experts on animal behaviour. ⁕Tomorrow Today looks at the future from a kid's point-of-view, brings children into working laboratories. ⁕Real Kids features young people who are actively involved in trying to improve their environment. These are kids who are not afraid to try. Real Kids nurtures the idea that individuals of any age can make a difference. ⁕You and Your Body: kids learn about themselves with the aid of a wise and witty skeleton named Bonapart.