Alice Through the Looking Glass 1998

A modern adaptation of the classic children's story 'Alice through the Looking Glass', which continued on from the popular 'Alice in Wonderland' story. This time Alice is played by the mother, who falls asleep while reading the the bedtime story to her daughter. Walking through the Looking Glass, Alice finds herself in Chessland, a magical and fun world. There she meets the Red and White Queens, as well as many other amusing friends on her journey across the chessboard countryside onto become a crowned queen.

The Looking Glass Murders 1970

Made for Scottish TV and airing in 1970, "The Looking Glass Murders" is a filmed version of the mime improv play "Pierrot in Turquoise", which Lindsay Kemp and David Bowie first staged in 1967. Pierrot is a freaky mime who ventures into a mirror where he falls in love and rolls around with the equally grotesque Columbine. But when Columbine spurs him for Harlequin, Pierrot's jealousy takes over and drives him to murder. Cloud, perched on a ladder, watches over the proceedings and narrates in song.

The Looking Glass 2015

Troubled 13-year-old Julie loses her mother and must go to Indiana to live with her grandmother Karen. A former star of stage and screen, Karen has the early stages of Alzheimer's and wants to pass on all she knows to her granddaughter before it's too late. Will their troubled relationship allow this to happen?

The Looking Glass 2011

A troubled young man living with his pregnant girlfriend finds his world turned upside down when his girlfriend's mother arrives and seems to know all of his darkest secrets and fears.

Alice Through the Looking Glass 1987

Alice returns to Wonderland in this animated feature based on Lewis Carroll's sequel about a little girl making her way through a fantastic land filled with strange creatures and running into surprises around every corner. Adventurous Alice is on her way to be crowned Queen, but she must dare to cross Chessland first. On her exciting journey, she encounters the freaky Jabberwocky, Humpty Dumpty, Tiger Lily and Tweedledum and Tweedledee.

Celia Pacquola: The Looking Glass 2017

The Looking Glass is a critically acclaimed solo voyage around 30-something womanhood in the 21st century, as perceived through the glittering telescope that is Celia’s breathtakingly funny hyperacuity.

Devotion To The Looking Glass 2015

A low budget bloody dream like film that was made for under a couple of bucks and 3-4 people... Cheesy, blood splattering, black metal and improv

Balthus through the Looking-Glass 1996

Using rare images of the artist filmed at work in his studio, exclusive interviews with his family and close friends, photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, and unpublished artwork, this award-winning feature documentary highlights the painter’s complex creative process. Acclaimed as the definitive film portrait of the master, Balthus through the Looking-Glass was shot on Super 16 over 14 months in Switzerland, Italy, France and the Moors of England by the director of Fellini, I’m a Born Liar. (Arte)

Israel Through the Looking Glass

This film is a myth-shattering—at times heartbreaking, at times humorous—look into the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. For Israel's advocates, truth is our greatest weapon. This film brings that truth to anyone willing to listen and watch.

Blind Guardian: Imaginations Through the Looking Glass 2004

Blind Guardian intended to record a DVD since early 1998, however, due to the band's high requirements, no existing metal festival had been considered suitable. Instead, Blind Guardian decided to create their own festival, back in their homeland. The First Blind Guardian Festival was held in Coburg, Germany, at June 16–17, 2003. It lasted 2 days, with the band playing during both nights. The entire show has been professionally recorded and subsequently released on a DVD entitled Imaginations through the Looking Glass in June 14, 2004.

Blue Skies Beyond the Looking Glass 2008

Combines the Mambo and Tibetan sound effects with Jordan Animation and clips of silent film stars, including Eric Von Stroheim, Greta Garbo, Gray Cooper, Buster Keaton, Lilian Gish, Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, Lon Chaney, Joan Crawford, Marie Dressier, Charlie Chaplin and others.

Stevie Nicks: Through the Looking Glass

Featuring rare footage, archive and interviews, this documentary takes a look at one of the most iconic figures in rock n roll, the story of Stevie Nicks. The ups, downs, and personal sacrifices she has made for her musical career. She has been responsible for composing some of the most joyful and celebrated songs ever written.

In the Looking Glass

In the Looking Glass is a surreal television series, broadcast on BBC2 in 1978. It starred John Wells, John Fortune, Carl Davis, and Madeline Smith, was directed by Andrew Gosling and produced by Ian Keill. The same team had previously created 1974's The End of the Pier Show. Wells, Fortune and Davis appear to have been the main writers for both series. In the Looking Glass was notable for its design, overlaying live action and drawn or animated backgrounds, for instance, a hole drilled to the centre of the earth, or the Monopoly board on which a character risks being crushed by rolling dice. The production team went on to develop this approach further in the "live action comic strip" series Jane, for which McCallum won two BAFTA Best Graphics awards.

Tweeny Witches 2004

Arusu believes in magic and it's power to do good in the world. Unfortunately for her, her fellow witches disagree, and use their powers for all sorts of neat tricks, like turning little sprites into their slaves. Realizing that this nightmare is a reality, Arusu sets out to change the ways of the witches, and gets up to some hilarious hijinks along the way. Note: Some releases of this show pair episodes together, so it actually is shown as only 26 episodes (20 TV and 6 OVAs)