The film brings the paintings of Vincent van Gogh to life to tell his remarkable story. Every one of the 65,000 frames of the film is an oil-painting hand-painted by 125 professional oil-painters who travelled from all across the world to the Loving Vincent studios in Poland and Greece to be a part of the production. As remarkable as Vincent’s brilliant paintings are his passionate and ill-fated life and mysterious death.
Vincent is an ITV drama series. An initial series was made and aired in 2005 and starred Ray Winstone, in the title role, and Suranne Jones as two members of a team of private eyes hired by people to spy on their partners or indeed anyone else they need to keep tabs on. The four part series also starred Angel Coulby, Ian Puleston-Davies, Joe Absolom, Eva Pope and Philip Glenister. A second series was broadcast in the autumn of 2006.
Vincent Kosmos is a Spin-off to the popular Damon Dark webseries. It focuses on a rogue Time-Thief, bent on stealing valuable pieces of art and flirting with women. However, the series focuses more on Kosmos's confrontation with other alien enemies. Vincent's travelling in time and space with his red door, a sort of dimensional gate. Vincent Kosmos started in 2008, starring the title character and his ship, the P.I.R.. The Show's creator is Chris Heaven, an Italian professional musician and soundtrack composer. His collaborations including the soundtrack of the movies "Millennium: Apocalypse", "Hell House: The Book Of Samiel" and "The Bailout". As an actor, Heaven appeared on the Italian movie "Garibaldi: Il Generale" and in a commercial with Italian actress Vanessa Gravina. He collaborates with Adrian Sherlock, who plays Damon Dark in the parent show. Although Vincent and Damon have yet to meet on-screen, they collaborate by appearing on each other's computer screens, including in the episode "Skin Trade", the actress Chelsi Archambeau.
The Vincent Lopez Show is an American musical television program broadcast on the now defunct DuMont Television Network, and later on CBS Television.
Tonight with Vincent Browne, formerly Nightly News with Vincent Browne, is a news analysis, current affairs and politics programme broadcast on Ireland's TV3 network. It airs on Monday to Thursday nights, usually from 23:05 to 23:55, though this occasionally differs. The programme is presented by Vincent Browne — a journalist noted for his rather acerbic style, with The Guardian describing him as "Ireland's Jeremy Paxman". Each year, approaching the Christmas period, Browne gives out political awards to deserving recipients. When Browne is absent, another person presents instead: this is typically one of Ger Colleran, Declan Ganley, Tom McGurk, Mary O'Rourke, Sam Smyth or Ivan Yates. The programme was critical in informing the Irish public about the death of Savita Halappanavar as the news was breaking. It moved to TV3's Sony HD studio but vacated it for two weeks while RTÉ borrowed it to film School Around the Corner, hosted by Ray D'Arcy.
The magician Vincent C plays tricks on unsuspecting celebrities and members of the public.
The Boys of St. Vincent is a 1992 film directed by John N. Smith for the National Film Board of Canada. It is a two-part docudrama based on real events that took place at the Mount Cashel Orphanage in St. John's, Newfoundland, one of a number of child sexual abuse scandals in the Roman Catholic Church. The first film, The Boys of St. Vincent, covers the sexual and physical abuse of a number of orphans by Brothers headed by Brother Peter Lavin. The second film, The Boys of St. Vincent: 15 Years Later, covers the trial of the Brothers. Along with Lavin, Kevin Reevey is the central figure. In the first film Reevey is a 10-year-old abused child who tries to avoid Lavin’s attentions. In the second movie, Reevey is a young man haunted by his abuse who still has nightmares. Lavin covers up the goings-on at the orphanage for many years, especially his own role in the abuse. Kevin runs away and when he is returned by the police he tries to reject Lavin’s caresses. He is severely beaten with the buckle end of the brother’s belt. A short shower-room sequence was cut when the film was first shown in the United States. Stephen Lunney is another abused boy. He has an older brother, Brian, at the orphanage who tries to protect him. In the second film, the brothers meet again for the first time in years. Brian, now happily married with two children, tries to help Stephen when he returns to give evidence at the trial. Stephen is destroyed by the defence advocate, who reveals that he abused seven-year-old boys at the orphanage when he was 16. Stephen then takes his own life with an overdose of drugs. His death finally prompts Reevey to give evidence against Lavin.
The Duch painter Vincent Van Gogh grew up in the family of a stern Calvinist country pastor, feeling a misunderstood misfit, obsessed by painting, while his elder brother Theo left for Brussels, later Paris, and became an art dealer. Vincent tried an alternative career as missionary to the Catlolic Walloon mineworkers in the Ardennes but returns, broke and failed again. Later he'll move in with Theo in Paris, but can't fit in business or society. Vincent heads for frustration and health drama. His heir, a Dutch railway engineer, later visits those places while deciding whether to sell the family paintings collection to invest in the super-fast railroad.
Kings Cross ER: St Vincent's Hospital is an Australian factual television show that looks at the work of the Emergency Department at St Vincent's Hospital in Darlinghurst, New South Wales. This observational documentary series began on the Crime and Investigation Network on 2 February 2012. A second season begins in February 2013.
Film star Vince Chase navigates the vapid terrain of Los Angeles with a close circle of friends and his trusty agent.
Dinner Date, also known as Dinner Date With Vincent Lopez, was a musical variety show broadcast on the DuMont Television Network on Saturdays from 8 to 8:30pm ET from January 28, 1950 to July 29, 1950. The show, hosted by bandleader Vincent Lopez, was broadcast from the Grill Room at the Hotel Taft in New York City, where Lopez and his orchestra performed from 1942 to 1962. Besides Lopez's longtime vocalists Lee Russell and Ann Warren, the show featured guest stars such as Cab Calloway, Arthur Tracy, and Woody Herman.