Canceled TV-pilot about a man and woman who meet at a funeral.
A 12 year-old Olympic swimmer and her mother (both played by July) speak to the public about “going for the gold”.
"Atlanta Boogie" centers around a mock track meet between the "normal" and "good" citizens of Yokohama and those they want to expel from the neighborhood: the illegal foreign workers, the deadbeats, the juvenile delinquents, and elderly.
As four friends prepare for life after high school, different challenges bring about turning points in each of their lives. The dramas unfold and resolve at their local rollerskating rink, Cascade.
Yawara Inokuma competes for Japan in the Atlanta Olympic Games as she meets with several familiar faces throughout the tournament.
Atlanta cop goes undercover to bust a drug operation in a traveling carnival.
Sadie Parks is part of an elite team of undercover detectives cleaning up the streets of Atlanta. She gets caught up in the corruption and uses her badge to cover up her wrong doings. She's cold blooded and can't be trusted. Her Chief has suspicions but has not involved Internal Affairs. She lives a double life and when things begin to unfold and lives are compromised she must take action.
Filmed at one of the largest Homecoming concert events ever at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia; Atlanta Homecoming contains live performances of some of your favourite songs and artists.
Terrorists attempt to disrupt the Atlanta Olympics by kidnapping the U.S. women's swim team. If their demands are not met, the team will be executed. Only janitor Jack Bryant, a former Olympic gymnast champion of Tae Kwon Do felled by injuries and alcoholism knows of their real plans. And only he, with the guidance of former terrorist-fighter Leo, can stop them.
Umphrey's McGee capped out their four night run in Atlanta's famous Tabernacle with an incredible three set New Year's Eve show. In set one, Joel and Jake effortlessly nailed the piano and guitar sections of Allman Brothers classic "Jessica." "Hajimemeshite" was dedicated to a fan who flew all the way from Japan for the New Year's run, illustrating that the fans will pull out all the stops to catch a stand out performance by Umphrey's. Stasik dedicated the cover of a personal favorite, Wang Chung's hit "Dance Hall Days," to his wife Mary Welch. Mad Dog's Filthy Little Secret horn section added a rich, full sound to the band throughout the night and Waful's gyroscopic lighting illuminated the venue's famous pipe organ. Umphrey's McGee rang in the new year with "Auld Lang Syne" and invited wives and family members on stage to share this momentous occasion with friends and fans alike.
Akpos wins a 30-day holiday for two to Atlanta, Georgia. He takes his cousin (Richard), an IT specialist on the all- expense paid trip. Akpos flung his unique personality, showing-off his smartness and foolishness in an exciting mix of rhetoric andwitty humour.
Stefan Darius and Stays Girenas attempt to flight over Atlantic ocean.
Halestorm: Live In Atlanta
A 16mm film of the Atlanta Central Library, Marcel Breuer's last building. The library was commissioned in 1969, and built in 1980, one year before Breuer's death. In 2016, when work for this film began, the library was under threat of demolition or sale.
Though officially disbanded, Destiny's Child proves in this concert video why they're one of the most successful soul/R&B groups of all time. Filmed at Atlanta's Phillips Arena during their Destiny Fulfilled farewell tour, the trio pulled all the stops--short of flying over the audience--to put on a spectacular show for their fans. Opening the show with their Grammy-winning "Say My Name," the group--who famously sang while running around a track as girls to build their lung strength--belted their harmonies and runs while dancing through a medley of hits including "No, No, No," "Bugaboo," "Bills, Bills, Bills," "Bootylicious" and "Jumpin' Jumpin.'"
The full concert from early on in the tour to promote A Momentary Lapse Of Reason from Atlanta in 1987.
DGM Live In ProgPower Festival in Atlanta
Jimi Hendrix: Woodstock, Monterey, Atlanta
Renowned gospel group the Brooklyn All-Stars celebrate their sixth decade of wowing audiences with this memorable concert. Founder Thomas J. Spann and the band pull out all the stops at this show from Atlanta's Emmanuel Tabernacle Baptist Church. Highlights from the 12-song set include "I'll Make Heaven My Home," "I Stood on the Banks of Jordan," "Did You Stop to Pray" and "I Don't Want to Be Lost."
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is the Atlanta based spin-off of Love & Hip Hop. It premiered on June 18, 2012, on VH1 and chronicles the lives of several women who are involved with hip hop. The second season premiered on April 22, 2013, with new cast members: Atlanta DJ and radio personality Traci Steele plus DJ Babey Drew, Traci's ex and father of their son Little Drew.