A small Sicilian town elects a new, honest major but quickly learns that playing by the rules is not as easy as it seems
Cambio de Clase is a television program that is the Spanish version of As the Bell Rings. It is shown on the Disney Channel and every Sunday on one cable broadcast. It is a Spanish adaption of the Disney Channel Italy Original Series Quelli dell'intervallo. The premiere of the series in Spain took place on September 11, 2006 in the channel and the Disney Channel 16th of the month and year when Disney Zone @ TVE. Since then broadcast daily on Disney Channel and Saturdays and Sundays at TVE. The series is starring Andrea Guasch, Juan Luppi, Nadia de Santiago, Santiago Luisber, Sergio Garcia and Ismael Garcia who give life to Valentina, Nico, Bertini, Mafalda, Max and Nacho. In 2007, the characters played by Andrea Guasch and Sergio Martin were absent due to the filming of the Disney Channel Games 2007. The second season began filming in June 2007 and debuted in late 2007 on Disney Channel Spain.
Cambio de Piel is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venezuela's Radio Caracas Televisión. It was written by José Ignacio Cabrujas and Perla Farias and directed by Tony Rodrígues. This telenovela lasted 110 episodes and was distributed internationally by RCTV International. It is a remake of RCTV's 1986 telenovela, La Dama de Rosa.
Fingersmith is a two-part BBC mini-series that was televised in 2005. The story, which is an adaptation of Sarah Waters' Man Booker Prize nominated novel, follows the meeting of two very different young women and what madness ensues. Directed by Aisling Walsh, it stars Sally Hawkins, Imelda Staunton, Elaine Cassidy, Rupert Evans and Charles Dance.
By the People: The Election of Barack Obama is a 2009 documentary film produced by Edward Norton broadcast in November 2009 on HBO, which follows Barack Obama and various members of his campaign team, including David Axelrod, through the two years leading up to the United States presidential election on November 4, 2008. Proceeds from the sale of the soundtrack of this film went to United Way and Enterprise Community Partners. Both organizations will put the funds toward rebuilding efforts in the Gulf Coast region.