The Thought Exchange (2012)
The Thought Exchange is a 2012 New Thought Documentary Film based on a book by the same title, it was the directorial debut of Usher Morgan who also produced the film. The film stars David Friedman and Lucie Arnaz among others who appeared on the film and testified to the concepts taught by Friedman throughout the film, this was the first film ever released by Digital Magic Entertainment.
Adventures in Odyssey: Electric Christmas (1994)
It's Christmastime, and all Dylan Taylor wants is an XR-7 limited edition speedster. However, his hopes are zapped when he discovers its extravagant price tag. That is, until he hears that the titanium turbo bike is the grand prize of Odyssey's Christmas yard decorating contest! But Dylan's scheming neighbor, Doug, has other plans. What follows is a powerful reminder of true meaning of Christmas.
Buckskin (1968) is a western film, released by Paramount Pictures, released on a low budget and starring an all-star cast. The main stars were Barry Sullivan and Joan Caulfield. Lon Chaney Jr. plays the role of Sheriff Tangley and Richard Arlen plays a townsman. The other stars were Barbara Hale, John Russell, Wendell Corey, Bill Williams, Leo Gordon, George Chandler, Aki Aleong and Barton MacLane. The film was also known as The Frontiersman. It was the last of the series of A.C. Lyles Westerns for Paramount. The screenwriter Michael Fisher was the son of the series screenwriter Stephen Gould Fisher.
Betty Hutton was originally selected to play the role of Nora Johnson, but she was fired.
The film also has a small racial twist, common in films of the late 1960s. Sung Lee (played by Aleong) is a Chinese worker who is a victim of prejudice, Chaddock (Sullivan) fights for him during the film.
Rich in Spirit (2007)
A princess, a pastor and a pauper put faith and prayer to the test.
Put the Needle on the Record (2004)
Put the Needle on the Record is an award-winning documentary that explores the evolution of electronic music and the rise of the DJ in pop culture. Filmed in Miami during the hot and sexy Winter Music Conference, a yearly week-long event attended by over 20,000 electronic music professionals and fans, the ?lm takes an inside look at a growing global phenomenon. Interviews with top artists, footage from events around the globe and a brilliant soundtrack are combined to create a highly energetic piece of ?lmmaking. Director Jason Rem brings an unexplored genre of music to the masses for a glimpse at a movement that is driven by passion, creativity and business.
Stephanie supports Michaela when her life falls apart, and they meet two guys who run a nightclub. Michaela's life turns around as her relationship flourishes, while Stephanie's begins to fall apart.
Getting Started (1979)
Getting Started is a 1979 animated short by Richard Condie and produced in Winnipeg by the National Film Board of Canada.
Agent Abbey (2004)
Abbey, a typical American teenager from Nashville, Tennessee, enjoys being a Christian, going to church, and having fun with her friends. She has never heard about Christians suffering for their faith in Christ. But when she travels to China for the first time with her dad, a photojournalist, Abbey quickly becomes caught up in a plot that involves her new Christian friends, a mysterious secret agent, "illegal" Bibles, and the police! Desperate to undo the mess she inadvertently causes, Abbey finds herself on a daring mission and in the process mourns her own simplistic understanding. She vows to carry the message of the persecuted church to Christians back in America.Set in modern-day Beijing and filmed on location in China and Taiwan with scenes that include the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and The Great Wall, this drama reveals not only the harsh realities of being a Christian in a restricted nation such as China, but also the all-too-common ignorance of Christians in the free world.This powerful video is a great tool for your family, friends, Sunday school class, or anyone who needs to hear the truth about Christian persecution.
Filthy McNastiest: Apocalypse Fuck! (2005)
FILTHY McNASTIEST goes beyond the previous films and introduces D'artagnan, who proves that the female is indeed the deadliest of the species! She grants Clavell's desire to satisfy his lover in one area where he's coming up "short" with hilariously over-the-top consequences! Featuring a cameo by Troma superhero Sgt. Kabukiman, NYPD! Co-starring Voluptuous magazine model Cherry Brady!
One Man, One Cow, One Planet (2007)
ONE MAN, ONE COW, ONE PLANET is both expose of the dire effects of globalization and bio-colonalism and a celebration of the amazing success of marginal farmers across India as they save their soils, their communities and their lives with organic and biodynamic farming.
Prophecy Of Eve (2014)
Eve's life is forever altered when her parents vanish without a trace after being attacked by supernatural agents. Growing up on the streets, Eve learns the art of self reliance. When s runs into the members of the mysterious 'Order' the same organization to which her parents bore allegiance several unanswered questions from Eve's childhood reemerge. Why were her parents attacked? Who was their assailant? What is the source of her own supernatural powers?
Tracing Cowboys (2010)
An Englishman travels to Mexico to find his girlfriend.
Time Machine: The Journey Back (1993)
Time Machine: The Journey Back is a documentary film, produced in 1993 for airing on PBS stations. It was hosted by Rod Taylor and produced and directed by Clyde Lucas. The film was made about the Time Machine prop, not the movie, but during filming, Bob Burns surprised director Clyde Lucas by having Gene Warren, Sr. drop by. Warren, the award winning effects creator for the original movie, consented to an on-air interview in which he discussed creating the special effects for the film. This led to an interview with one of Warren's partners, Wah Chang, in Northern California. Chang and Warren shared more details about creating the effects and how the little Time Machine prop was made.
Lucas contacted the original screenwriter, David Duncan, who agreed to write a mini-sequel to George Pal's classic. The mini-sequel reunited George (Rod Taylor) with Filby (Alan Young) in a scene set during the Great War just before Filby (now a senior officer in the British Army) is to leave for France. George, knowing that Filby is destined to die on May 15, 1916, in a plane crash on the coast of France, attempts unsuccessfully to convince Filby to join him in time travel to the future instead, and mentions having spent many wonderful years with Weena the Eloi, but Filby refuses to join George in time travel. Filby leaves. The scene ends with George alone meditating out loud about the possibility of travelling to the day before Filby's death in order to attempt a rescue again. Lucas first filmed Whit Bissell for the opening, recreating his role as George's friend and colleague Walter Kemp, this time in 1932, reminiscing about his friend, the inventor, whom no one has seen for 32 years. It would be Bissell's last acting performance.
The film won a Saturn Award and a Telly Award. It was included as a "special feature" on the DVD for George Pal's film The Time Machine, released by Warner Bros. and was featured in Starlog Magazine.
In July 2014, Warner Bros. released both the film and the documentary on Blu-ray Disc.
The Wyoming Bandit (1949)
The Wyoming Bandit is a 1949 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by M. Coates Webster. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Trevor Bardette, Victor Kilian, Rand Brooks and William Haade. The film was released on July 15, 1949, by Republic Pictures.
The Little Things (2014)
The Little Things is a snowboard movie project based on environmentally conscious riders who are inspirational through their riding, as well as their sustainable ways of living and thinking.
Family Portrait In Black And White (2011)
Olga Nenya, a Ukrainian foster mother, discusses racist attitudes directed toward her many children.
Teague: Design & Beauty (2014)
The life and work of American designer, Walter Dorwin Teague.
Iggy & The Stooges: Raw Power Live - In the Hands of the Fans (2011)
Through an online contest, six fans are selected to film Iggy & the Stooges' legendary reunion September 3, 2010 performing "Raw Power" to a stunned crowd at the All Tomorrow's Parties Festival. Following the performance, the fans meet and interview the band. Experience the fan's joy as they witness a classic performance and meet their heroes face to face. "In the Hands of the Fans" brings the fans closer to the band and the music closer to you.
Cinderella and the Prince Charles: An Animated Classic (2014)
Relive the story of Cinderella in this high quality animated feature for your kids and family. Cinderella is in the hands of her cruel mother, but finds Prince Charles, and with him, lives happily ever after.
Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: Heart Healthy Yoga with Peggy Cappy (2009)
Peggy Cappy, creator of the Yoga for the Rest of Us series, now offers a heart healthy approach to yoga in her signature gentle style that every body can do. Two separate workouts, in this 100-minute program, are designed for total beginners and yoga experts alike. Make this your daily routine aimed at improving your heart health as well as your overall health.
Seven Dumpsters and a Corpse (2007)
Seven Dumpsters and a Corpse is a documentary film (2007) by Swiss journalist Thomas Haemmerli.
Fresh Guacamole (2012)
Fresh Guacamole is a 2012 American animated short film written and directed by PES,. The film was nominated for the Best Animated Short Film award of the 85th Academy Awards, losing to Paperman. At one minute 40 seconds, it is the shortest film ever nominated for an Oscar.
Senior Conundrum (2015)
Senior Conundrum is a suspense-thriller centered on a toxic mother/ daughter relationship and a love triangle among 'friends'.
It doesn't take long for bad blood to surface among this group of high school friends. What results is an inscrutable dilemma.
The perfect storm is brewing for mystery to take place when these seniors plan a devious senior prank. After breaking into the school one night, revenge rears its ugly head and the friends soon realize they have a conundrum to solve and escape alive.
The Plan was Simple....Break into the school...and make our Senior Year a Bang..But things become inscrutable. Will these seniors figure out the mystery that haunts them?
Sometimes we create our own nightmares!
The Road to Home (2015)
The Road to Home is an award-winning 2015 feature-length documentary about Benny Wenda, the West Papuan independence leader and Nobel Peace Prize nominee. Since his dramatic escape from an Indonesian prison in 2002, where he was held in isolation and tortured as a political prisoner, Benny has been an unceasing crusader on the international scene, campaigning to bring about an end to the suffering of his people at the hands of Indonesia’s colonial regime.
UFC 180: Werdum vs. Hunt (2014)
The UFC makes its historic first visit to Mexico on Saturday, November 15th. In the main event of UFC 180, Brazilian powerhouse Fabricio Werdum will attempt to win the interim heavyweight title when he takes on revered knockout artist Mark "The Super Samoan" Hunt.
Mother (Russian: Мать, translit. Mat, also released as 1905) is a 1955 Soviet drama film directed by Mark Donskoy and based on the eponymous novel by Maxim Gorky. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
Tierra Madre (2010)
TIERRA MADRE is based on the true story of Aidee González, a woman determined to raise her children with her female partner in the Mexican border town of Tecate and shows the independence and the solidarity that exits among women of all ages, and a mother's determination to provide a better future for her daughter..
Cantankerous Titles & Obscure Ephemera, Vol. 1 (2008)
A new DVD collection of short documentaries by Joe Biel about bikes, trains, dogs, patches, and the board game RISK. Films include: 'Martinis in the Bike Lane', 'Of Dice & Men', 'Central Kansas, Canvas Central', 'Last Train Out of North America', 'Cowboy Hat & A Cane'.
Coyote Trails (1935)
Coyote Trails is a 1935 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray.
Breakfast With Curtis (2013)
An eccentric bookseller's (Theo Green) creative collaboration with a teen (Jonah Parker) next-door helps dissolve the bad blood that exists between their families.
Jeff Buckley: Live in Chicago (2000)
Recorded at the Cabaret Metro in 1995, Live in Chicago is another brilliant example of singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley’s stirring live act. Buckley tackles originals from his debut Grace and covers of Big Star, MC5 and Leonard Cohen with equal aplomb.
Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970)
Seven years after innovating the grisly Italian genre known as giallo, Mario Bava returned to the form to create one of its deliriously frightening examples: HATCHET FOR THE HONEYMOON (Il rosso segno della follia).
Carlos Mencia: Not for the Easily Offended (2005)
Carlos Mencia represents the internal voice inside us and demands we admit to thinking what he says out loud. In this incredibly funny, raw, biting and ultimately smart routine, Mencia covers taboo topics including ethnic stereotypes, race relations, immigration, war, patriotism, capitalism and family with brutal honesty and unrelenting provocativeness. Be prepared to laugh, get red in the face, and rewind to make sure he actually said what you think he said. Most of all, get ready to have a great time (if you're not easily offended) with Carlos Mencia.
The Last Man on Earth (2011)
The Last Man on Earth is a 2011 Italian science fiction drama film directed by Gian Alfonso Pacinotti. Its original Italian title is L'ultimo terrestre, which means "The last earthling". The story follows a man with relational problems while aliens visit Earth. The film premiered in competition at the 68th Venice International Film Festival.
Cinematic Titanic: Legacy of Blood (2008)
The Dean family patriarch has died and left a fortune to his children and servants. The occasion soon turns grim when they discover they must all must spend an entire week at the family estate - together. It's all the same old family routine: backbiting, billiards, rumors and innuendo, canings, pantsuits and ham - until one by one, they start turning up dead.
Jewel - The Essential Live Songbook: Live at Rialto Theatre (2008)
Recorded at the historic Rialto Theatre in Joliet, Illinois.
Death By Vhs (2013)
Five vignettes illustrate the mayhem and death that follow when a couple rents a cursed videocassette recorder.
Abomination: The Evilmaker II (2003)
A year after tragic events struck four close friends, the mystery of their disappearance still has not been solved. One family member dares to hurl herself into a web of darkness and evil in order to find out what really happened. The evil unleashed from her actions will have a terrifying consequence for everyone as they combat The Evilmaker!
American Style (2008)
An infant is kidnapped, separating him from his twin brother.
Economic Freedom in Action: Changing Lives (2013)
From honey bees in Chile to a Paul Frank store in Slovakia. From a food distribution service in Zambia to a North Korean defector who serves as a venture capitalist to his fellow defectors in South Korea, witness economic freedom in action, transforming lives ... and entire nations. Swedish scholar Johan Norberg showcases five stories demonstrating how people can lift themselves from poverty when given the opportunity. Program also features the Fraser Institute's Economic Freedom of the World Report with an explanation of how the index works.
Secret Societies (2007)
In Secret Societies, Phili Gardiner delves into a world that is formidably hidden from our eyes to examine the members of the 'Iluminati', the core of the 'Secret Societies' belief systems, the origins of Freemasonry and the links to Serpent Cults.
Two strangers meet in a coffee shop as part of a suicide pact and find something worth living for.
Pawnee is a 1957 American Western film directed by George Waggner and written by George Waggner, Louis Vittes and Endre Bohem. The film stars George Montgomery, Bill Williams, Lola Albright, Francis McDonald, Robert Griffin and Dabbs Greer. The film was released on September 7, 1957, by Republic Pictures.
A Tale of Egypt (1997)
A Tale of Egypt is an animated children's film about the life of Moses. Egypt is in a time of great crisis. The people have become slaves under the evil pharoah, and there seems to be no hope for the Egyptians. A man named Moses shows up to save the day. Moses leads the people to freedom, while singing songs.
Homefront Heroines: The WAVES of World War II (2012)
Equal pay as men. Designer clothes. And (eventually) respect.
It?s the story about the Greatest Generation that you haven?t heard.
This documentary tells the story of the first group of non-medical women to be officially accepted into the Navy as WAVES, or Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service. More than 75,000 served.
They were the hinges of history
Lecciones para un beso (2011)
When a young boy falls for a girl, three men try to help him win her heart.
The Iceman and the Psychiatrist (2004)
Go inside Trenton State Maximum Prison and get an up close and personal look at one of the most horrendous killers in history. This documentary portrays Mafia's hit man, Richard Kuklinski. Listen, he talks about more than a hundred murders he committed. You will witness confessions from Kuklinski and experience crime reenactments and his personal home movies. This man will make you wonder how someone can be so cruel and have no regards for human life. You'll also see how he spends his life behind bars and wonder if he regrets any of the murders he committed in his lifetime.
A Drop of Water (2013)
Three Christian organizations attempt a bottom-up approach to train a new generation to rescue a broken society in Cambodia.
Don't Go to the Reunion (2013)
Don't Go to the Reunion is an 80's slasher film homage directed by Steve Goltz and written by Kevin Sommerfield. The film had its world premiere at the Oshkosh Horror Film Festival on October 5, 2013. The slasher stars Stephanie Leigh Rose, Matty Dorschner, and Spencer Harlan. It is the first feature from Slasher Studios.
Splash Area (2012)
Halloween Night. A gang of killer clowns are on the rampage and after seeing their friend killed, 3 friends decide to stop the red nosed crazies. But in an old asylum, they become the hunted in the bizaare fun house. No Trick, No Treat, Just Guts!
Babamin Sesi (2012)
Voice of my Father (Turkish: Babamın Sesi, Kurdish: Dengê Bavê Min), is a 2012 drama film directed by Orhan Eskiköy and Zeynel Doğan. Its world premiere took place in the International Rotterdam Film Festival on 29 January 2012. A Germany, France and Turkey co-production filmed in Diyarbakır and Elbistan, Voice of My Father tells the story of a Kurdish-Alevi family affected by the Maraş Massacre. Having won the "Best Film" and "Best Screenplay" awards in The Golden Boll and another "Best Screenplay" in Istanbul Film Festival, the film is based on actual events which, film's co-director and lead actor, Zeynel Doğan's family had gone through and its central story is focused on actual tapes left from his father.
Gallagher: Messin' Up Texas (1998)
The 80s prop comic is back in the 1998 special, "Messin' Up Texas". In this special, Gallagher brings his unique brand of comedy and his Sledge-O-Matic to Texas in another outstanding comedy performance.
My Way to Olympia (2013)
My Way to Olympia is a 2013 feature documentary produced and directed by Niko von Glasow, which follows disabled athletes preparing to compete at the London 2012 Paralympics. The film focuses on Matt Stutzman, an armless American archer; Norwegian table tennis player Aida Dahlen; the Rwandan sitting volleyball team; one-legged German swimmer Christiane Reppe and the tetraplegic Greek boccia player Greg Polychronidis. The film was produced by Palladio Film.
Il lupo dei mari (1975)
Legend of the Sea Wolf (Italian: Il lupo dei mari , also known as Larsen, Wolf of the Seven Seas) is a 1975 Italian adventure film directed by Giuseppe Vari. It is based on the novel The Sea-Wolf by Jack London.
One Direction: Clevver's Ultimate Fan Guide (2013)
Superstar group, One Direction, has taken pop music fans all over the world by storm. Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, and Niall Horan exploded onto the scene and captured the hearts and minds of fans from their start on The X Factor. While famed producer and & TV judge, Simon Cowell, saw something special in the guys...so did the fans. In "One Direction: Clevver's Ultimate Fan Guide," Clevver explores the group's rise to fame as told by celebrities and fans who know them best. In their own quirky way, stars like Robert Pattinson, Miranda Cosgrove, & many more reveal their thoughts on the mega-famous group. We take a close look into how the combination of 1D's good looks, charm, and fan interaction catapulted them into mega-stardom. In the next hour, hosts Dana Ward and Joslyn Davis from YouTube's ClevverTV channel, explore their rise to fame as told by celebrities and those who brush shoulders with them most. You'll also see a playful side of the guys through exclusive interviews spanning from their start to where they are now. We give you the true inside look at the stories behind the fame!
100 Miles from Hell (2014)
Two friends (Stephen Sewell, Matt Butler) use a series of robberies to get revenge on the drug dealers who cheated them.
Dead Is Dead (1992)
Eric is attacked and partially dismembered by a mutant creature and left for dead. A woman named Laura finds him and uses an experimental drug on him known as Doxital. Eric uses his supply of the drug to pay off a debt, but the Doxital he gives away is a bad batch! Can he get it back in time?
Director's New version of the film with a shorter run time, different scenes, and some new score music.
Tandra is trying to cope with the mysterious deaths of her best friends. When she finds a journal telling disturbing events that happened in a place called brimstone, she sets out in the woods to find the answers. It is there that she comes to face her demons and contends with the evil within the darkness of brimstone
Stars: Misty Simmons-Poteet, Ricky Long, Chance Forshee, and Christina Rowland
Hoodslam: The Accidental Phenomenon (2014)
HOODSLAM - THE ACCIDENTAL PHENOMENON is the story of one of the most controversial pro wrestling company's in the country. Watch as they grow from their meager beginnings out of a dilapidated warehouse in the ghetto of Oakland California to an award winning theatrical production that plays to sold out crowds.
Finally, the long awaited recording is made! Since 1990, Benjamin Bagby has been performing the great epic Beowulf at major festivals and venues around the world. Now we have his remarkable performance, beautifully filmed by the award winning Swedish director Stellan Olsson. While Beowulf has come down to us as literature, as a written poem, the epic's pre-literate medieval audience would have known it through the performance of a scop, a bardic storyteller, as Bagby presents himself here. In this one-man tour de force Bagby accompanies himself on an anglo-saxon harp. Using the entire range of his voice, he delivers this gripping tale in Old English, as it could have been experienced more than 1 thousand years ago.
Gateways to the Otherworld (2007)
This provides answer to the most profound question mankind has been
asking himself for as long as there has been consciousness - is there life after death?
We discover that a technique exists in which we can all travel and journey to
"other realities" which exist within us. Through the science of quantum physics,
Gardiner shows that ancient man was far more advanced than we previously
believed. The author actually undergoes his own experiments to prove the point.
Is there a universal frequency so perfect that it allows the mind to travel into
other realms? Did our ancestors know of this special harmony? How does all this
relate now to the holographic universe and the concept of quantum entanglement?
Does the Great Pyramid hold a real secret to the quantum realm? Are there
ancient methods of healing here that would benefit mankind?
In an all encompassing work, the author uses the science of the day in
conjunction with the most ancient of teachings bringing them into the current
day reality. We see the wonders of the ancients in their incredible buildings,
built for a unique method of travel; we spot clues to the very real Atlantis and we
come to our own end and discover a new beginning. Will anybody be able to
say that they no longer believe in an after life? Will anybody say that there is
not more to life than meets the physical eye?
Philip Gardiner is the best selling author of several books, including Gnosis:
The Secret of Solomon's Temple Revealed and The Ark, The Shroud and Mary.
He has appeared on hundreds of international radio and television programs
as well as documentaries including Freemasonry for the Discovery Channel.
Gods of Metal (1982)
Gods of Metal is a 1982 American short documentary film produced by Robert Richter for the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers on nuclear disarmament. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.
To Survive (2014)
A heartbroken man fends off marauders in a lawless world.
The Cry of Jazz (1959)
The Cry of Jazz is a 1959 documentary film by Ed Bland that connects jazz to African American history. It uses footage of Chicago's black neighborhoods and performances by Sun Ra, John Gilmore, and Julian Priester interspersed with scenes of musicians and intellectuals, both black and white, conversing at a jazz club. It has been credited with predicting the urban riots of the 1960s and 70s, and has also been called the first Hip-Hop film. In 2010, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". The Library of Congress had this to say of the film and its significance:
Cry of Jazz...is now recognized as an early and influential example of African-American independent filmmaking. Director Ed Bland, with the help of more than 60 volunteer crew members, intercuts scenes of life in Chicago’s black neighborhoods with interviews of interracial artists and intellectuals. Cry of Jazz argues that black life in America shares a structural identity with jazz music. With performance clips by the jazz composer, bandleader and pianist Sun Ra and his Arkestra, the film demonstrates the unifying tension between rehearsed and improvised jazz. Cry of Jazz is a historic and fascinating film that comments on racism and the appropriation of jazz by those who fail to understand its artistic and cultural origins.
Accidental Hero: Room 408 (2002)
Award winner, Accidental Hero plunges the viewer into a multi-racial high school classroom where the focus of the students is winning...bringing home a state championship in a little known academic sport called "forensics." The art of public speaking is changing their lives, and Tommie Lindsey, their powerful African-American coach, is proving it. By allowing students to draw on their cultural backgrounds, sometimes pent up pain or anger, Lindsey channels emotions positively into spellbinding performances.
Lindsey creates champions and inspires dreams to happen. The audience experiences the process, from classroom to state championship.
Oprah Winfrey featured Accidental Hero on her television show awarding Tommie Lindsey and his program the $100,000 Use Your Life Award
Mississippi I Am (2012)
MISSISSIPPI I AM examines the relatively new fight in the state over "traditional God fearing values" and the push from primarily young LGBT people and their progressive allies to bring gay civil rights and visibility out in the open.
Quiet Fire (1991)
A loner (Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs) seeks revenge on a U.S. Senate candidate he blames for the murder of his best friend.
Penguins Under Siege (2004)
Lucy and Louie are vulnerable penguin chicks born in the harsh environment of The Skeleton coast of Southwestern Africa, commonly known as the Coast of Fury.From rogue sea lions that lurk offshore to snatch their unsuspecting prey to the watchful gulls that wait for their chance to raid an unprotected nest, Lucy and Louie must persevere in the face of great obstacles.
Sons of Africa (2013)
"Out of the jungle and into the light", Jaffar says with glee. No longer on the gnarled forest floor in the stifling heat, the hiking group have room to breathe. Yet ahead lies more difficulty and danger. Kilimanjaro looms large; inhospitable and deadly. The group now face vast moorland, dry deserts and an icy wilderness, climbing higher into the oxygen-starved air. Yet as Jaffar's companion says, "compared to the complexity of history, climbing a mountain is easy". If they can ascend a mountain, can Jaffar and Madaraka also climb out from under their fathers' oppressive legacies? History has torn their legacies in different directions: one remains a hero of the Pan-African Socialist movement whilst the other is seen as dictator and tyrant. With all that remains of Jaffar's father being the scent of rose water on his prayer beads and a blood stained history, it is hard for him "to find the courage to stand up and be counted". Similarly, Madaraka has to cope with the comparisons and expectations that come with having a candidate for canonization as a father. It is under this shared burden that they form an unlikely relationship. "He has a kojo approach to life just like his Dad!" Jaffar says of Madaraka, "I feel like I've a lot I can learn." And as their ascent continues up the mountain you can hear in Jaffar's words about his father an echo of Madaraka's philosophy: "He was using something that was a tried and tested way of ruling Africa and unfortunately that same style of leadership is with us today. We still haven't turned the corner." In their attempt to touch the Roof of Africa, get to know each other and uncover one another's pasts, these two sons, separated by politics and war, teach us about a region's tangled history. It is, as Jaffar states, "a quest to discover yourself and how you fit into society". At once compelling, revealing and beautiful, Sons of Africa exists as both an inspiring and enlightening documentary.
Grace & Mercy (2006)
Two sisters take hostages at a church after a planned heist goes awry.
Freedom Deep (1998)
"An amazing piece of work!" (Wim Wenders). On the 11th September 2018, a new 'bible' will be delivered. Liam a poet /prophet journeys his work across a post apocalyptic wasteland back to the remnants of civilization. He is intercepted by a warrior and an uneasy alliance forms... This intercuts with the year 1999 where as a young writer Liam's work is influenced by his spiritual mentors, most notably Kurt Cobain! Not since The Who's Tommy has rock opera pushed such limits. Music is by Goya's Child with orchestral pieces by Joseph Douglas. Writen & Directed by Aaron Stevenson (Welcome 2 Wherer U Are - MAD MAX Doco!). Features the outstanding 35mm cinematography of Karl Von Moller (The Long Weekend) and sound design by AFI Award wineer Neil Mc Grath. Freedom Deep is surrounded by current copyright controversy due to the Denzel Washington production The Book of Eli which has very similar themes and concepts.... Reviews can be found at www.quietearth.us. Previews at youtube.com
The 7 (2006)
Seven high school students on a science class field trip become prey to an unknown entity in a desert cavern and are eliminated one by one.
You'd salt the meat when it stinks... what if the salt stinks? In the midst of a night, an unexpected ferryboat approaches to the shores of a cute little town in Turkey. On the deck, an inspector and his assistant - two highly commissioned authorities only assigned to very fragile cases concerning the government, scan the town from a distance.
Pauly Shore & Friends (2009)
Pauly Shore's name conjures images of Bio-Dome and Encino Man, but there's more to his laid-back persona than meets the eye. Raised by the owners of Sunset Strip's renowned comedy landmark, "The Comedy Store," Pauly Shore takes the audience through his unique past. Can you imagine having Sam Kinison as your baby sitter? How about Andrew Dice Clay dating your sister? Several of Shore's friends round out the show: Iliza Shlesinger ("Last Comic Standing" winner); Steve Rannazzisi ("The League"), 'Comedy Store' legend (and Sam Kinison's best friend) Carl LaBove, and of course Pauly's best friend and father Sammy Shore who takes full responsibility for introducing Pauly to comedy.
Dust of Life (1995)
Dust of Life (French: Poussières de vie) is a 1995 French drama film directed by Rachid Bouchareb. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film as an Algerian submission.
Third Sister Liu (1960)
Liu Sanjie, a legendary folk female singer in Zhuang minority in Guangxi Autonomous Region, falls into a river and is rescued by an old fisher. She sings song to praise the industrious people while condemns the vicious landlords. In the village she newly arrived at, the landlord tries to forbid her from singing, which is determined by a singing contest. The landlord invites three scholars to sing but they are put into shame by her cute and witty singing. Angrily, the landlord kidnapped her in his home. With the help of Ah Niu, a young man she loves and others, Liu Sanjie escapes and moves to other places to inspire people with folk songs.This movie contains many folk songs of Guangxi Zhuang minority, which is popular worldwide.
Atomic Samurai (1993)
Samurai Johnny Frankenstein is a 1993 martial art based action adventure movie that was directed by and stars Scott Shaw.
This film revolves around the interaction of Sam Rockmore, (played by Shaw) who is a Private Investigator in Hollywood, California and Hal, played by Kenneth H. Kim, who is a half human, half cyborg on a mission to rid Los Angeles of crime.
As is the case with many Scott Shaw films, this movie takes place in Hollywood, California. Another element, which is a trend in the films of Shaw, is that this film is shot in the run-down ghetto sections of the city. This inner-city urban backdrop is a trend in virtually all of his films and is apparently used a conscious metaphor of artist expression.
This is the first feature film when Shaw introduced his reference to Blaxploitation cinema. This is a trend that has continued through virtually all of his later films.
This film is considered a "Zen Film" in that it was created in the distinct style of filmmaking, formulated by Scott Shaw, known as Zen Filmmaking. In this style of filmmaking no scripts are used.
‘’Samurai Johnny Frankenstein’’ experienced a video and DVD release in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. This film was released theatrically in Japan and the Philippines under the title, ‘’Atomic Samurai.’’
Here Be Dragons (2008)
Here Be Dragons is a free 40 minute video introduction to critical thinking. It is suitable for general audiences and is licensed for free distribution and public display. Most people fully accept paranormal and pseudoscientific claims without critique as they are promoted by the mass media. Here Be Dragons offers a toolbox for recognizing and understanding the dangers of pseudoscience, and appreciation for the reality-based benefits offered by real science. Here Be Dragons is written and presented by Brian Dunning, host and producer of the Skeptoid podcast, author of Skeptoid: Critical Analysis of Pop Phenomena, and Executive Producer of The Skeptologists.
King of the Travellers (2013)
King of the Travellers is a 2012 Irish revenge drama written and directed by Mark O'Connor.
David Brainerd: Missionary to the American Indians (2012)
One of the most influential and yet little known figures of eighteenth-century American evangelicalism. Filmed at historical locations throughout the northeastern U.S., this program tells the story of the visionary eighteenth-century missionary whose efforts led to spiritual revival amongst native tribes and inspired generations of Christian leaders to follow in his footsteps.
A Strip Called Destiny (2009)
An abusive and neglectful husband from Los Angeles tries to keep his life under control until his wife's best friend comes to town from New York and needs a place to stay. After a night of hard drinking Stu finds himself in the arms of the law. After his confinement Stu has a new circle of friends and new habits which change his life forever. Stu is then left with a choice to destroy his new life or forget the ways of the past.
JC in tha Hood (2008)
An urban messiah (Dale Stelly) arrives to help four lost souls.
Joni Mitchell: Painting with Words and Music (1999)
Joni Mitchell, Canada's queen of folk/pop, performs before an intimate audience on the Warner's Lot in Los Angeles, in a specially set up auditorium displaying a gallery of her own paintings. Playing in the round with a small band she delivers tracks from across her career including all her best loved songs.
Suspension is a 2008 American science-fiction film directed by Alec Joler and Ethan Shaftel. In 2007, Suspension won the 'Spirit of the Independents' Award at the Ft Lauderdale Film Festival. It received a special opening night preview screening at the Sedona International Film Festival, and competed at the Sci Fi London Festival, the Cinequest Film Festival, and the Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film. It was released on DVD and streaming in North America and Australia.
Rednex the Movie (1998)
A successful modeling agent learns that a secluded small town in northern Florida is the worst place he could have brought his extraordinarily seductive new model.
Goin' with the Flo (2010)
An abused wife, who is in denial, has become pregnant. So now, she has someone else's safety to consider. Her college-age daughter and her best friend encourage her to act, but still she hesitates.
Ishkq in Paris (2013)
Ishkq in Paris is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language romance film starring Preity Zinta, Rhehan Malliek and Isabelle Adjani, directed by Prem Raj, produced by Zinta and co-written by Raj and Zinta. Initially set for release on 21 September 2012, the film was postponed multiple times before finally being released on 24 May 2013 in India, the United Kingdom and the United States. Koimoi stated the film failed to attract an initial audience, did not get any word of mouth publicity and was unable to compete for audience against the Indian Premier League cricket finals held its opening weekend.
Beats of the Heart: Sukiyaki and Chips: The Japanese Sounds of Music (1984)
This video travelogue showcases of the music of Japan which blends western styles like jazz, rock and blues. From the goofy, high-stakes world of teen pop, to a look at a master shakuhachi (traditional flute) player, to old-line music hall shows, SUKIYAKI AND CHIPS demonstrates the dizzying spectrum of Japanese music.
When Dan stops trafficking cocaine to move to Australia with his daughter, he spends 24 hours in hell.
Pride & Groom: A Wedding Special (2012)
Celebrating one year of marriage equality in New York, this docu-style special follows an engaged Upstate couple on their journey to wedded bliss.
Cavite is a Filipino-American thriller film in English and Tagalog, written and directed by Filipino American filmmakers Neill Dela Llana and Ian Gamazon which also stars them as the film's leads.
The Naked Feminist (2004)
The Naked Feminist is a 2004 documentary film about sex-positive feminist women working in the American pornography industry. It is the debut work of Australian film maker Louisa Achille and features interviews with Marilyn Chambers, Christi Lake, Ginger Lynn Allen, Chloe Nicole, Sharon Mitchell, Nina Hartley, Veronica Hart, Kylie Ireland, Annie Sprinkle and Candida Royalle. Some of these women were members of Club 90, an early support group of female porn performers, and all of them found their work in porn empowering.
The 58-minute-long film won an audience award at the South by Southwest Festival in 2004.
Shield and Spear (2014)
An artist's caricature of South African President Jacob Zuma provokes a lawsuit, death threats and street protests.
Son of Ghostman (2013)
After losing his job and his girlfriend, a guy (Devin Ordoyne) moonlights as the "son" of a local celebrity horror host.
Underwater Thailand: Adventures in the Andaman Sea (2012)
The resort island of Phuket, Thailand on the Andaman Sea features perhaps the best diving experience in the world. Explore3D Travel's filmmakers have captured the essence of these experiences. The expanse of corals and varied sea life, all bathed in crystal clear blue waters, bringing spectacular underwater 3D to the screen that is immediate in its feel and look.
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Around 200 years ago, a meteorite fell in a village in the Tohoku region. There was no immediate damage after the impact, but after some time, the villagers living in the vicinity experienced genetic mutations and a few gained "special powers". An ordinary office worker, Hiroyuki Sano, suddenly exhibits these powers one day. A man who claims to have the same powers as him appears before him...
Trasharella Ultra Vixen (2011)
A horror musical set in Hollywood. The Hollywood Vampire (Count Smokula) captures glamorous starlets and sends them back to the farm, the funny farm that is. But he has met his match when a young Hollywood hopeful transforms into the trashy super hero, Trasharella (Rena Riffel), defending all hopeful starlets so they can be glamorous and become big stars. A famous French burlesque star (Mary Carey) supplies her with the magic red lipstick, Sue "Lolita" Lyons gives her the magic pumps, and the rest is trashy dirty Hollywood history.
Natural Possession: Director's Cut (2008)
A man slowly transforms into his alter ego. He is a tortured soul, and the man delves into a world where he murders without thinking. The man is fighting a battle of good and evil in his mind, creating horrible consequences.
The Fountain of Youth may have just been discovered, not in a Florida spring, but in a murky Australian pond. Far from myth, the findings of Nobel Prize-winning scientist Elizabeth Blackburn, an enzyme that can keep cells young, may just prove to be the key to immortality, Join us as we track Blackburn and molecular biologist Carol Greider's decades-long journey to fully understand this enzyme, which is both amazing and paradoxical, for while it may prove to be an elixir of endless life, it also has the power to kill.
Iggy & the Stooges: Live in Detroit (2003)
Detroit Michigan was a crazy place to be in the late 1960s, and what made it just a bit more crazy was what many consider the first punk rock band in history. Iggy and the Stooges. In Live In Detroit you will see why as Iggy Pop and his back up band called The Stooges perform all there best music in their uninhibited, theatrical manner that would later on inspire such bands as David Bowie and the Lost Spiders From Mars, The Sex Pistols, Adam Ant, and the B-52's.