GrowthBusters (2011)

One man takes on City Hall, politicians, the Pope, Wall Street and modern society as he questions our most fundamental beliefs about prosperity. Paul Ehrlich wrote, "This could be the most important film ever made." Filmmaker/activist Dave Gardner explores the cultural phenomena that keep our civilization on a collision course with the limits to growth, while he tries in his own community to make it "okay to be against growth." Find out why we are infatuated with economic growth, and why we're afraid to talk about overpopulation.

Zombie Doomsday (2011)

This live action, improvisational style movie was filmed in just 12 hours and is sure to delight Zombie fans around the world. Zombie Doomsday is more of an actual live scenario than a low budget independent feature film. It's a very intriguing look at what would happen if there was an actual Zombie outbreak. The concept was developed two weeks before filming and on set production was completed in under 12 hours. The actors were put in a restaurant understanding that a down on his luck movie star was coming back to his hometown to film a reality show. We then set up real events (unknown ahead of time to the actors) that would help carry the story. Some events turned out scary to them while other events were comedic. This film is part "Zomedy," and part scary movie.

Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP (2014)

From PBS - Civil rights attorney Thurgood Marshall's triumph in the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision to desegregate America's public schools completed the final leg of an heroic journey to end legal segregation. For 20 years, during wartime and the Depression, Marshall had traveled hundreds of thousands of miles through the Jim Crow South of the United States, fighting segregation case by case, establishing precedent after precedent, all leading up to one of the most important legal decisions in American history. Along the way, he escaped the gun of a Dallas sheriff, was pursued by the Ku Klux Klan on Long Island, hid in bushes from a violent mob in Detroit, and even survived his own lynching. In this impossible environment, Thurgood Marshall won more Supreme Court cases than any lawyer in American history, and set the stage for the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Marshall, who went on to become the first black Supreme Court justice in 1967, made the work of civil rights pioneers like the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks possible, by laying the groundwork to end legal segregation and changing the American legal landscape.

The Last Christmas Party (2008)

During an overwhelming snowstorm, one New York family turns the camera in on themselves and their guests at their annual Christmas party. With a bare bones crew and hidden cameras, a moment in time in a city of complex people is captured and takes us into the hearts and lives of 122 of New York's bravest party guests. This is The Last Christmas Party. A Note from the Filmmaker: 2007 was an amazing year to make a film. We were a part of the first major wave of independent filmmakers to use affordable DV technology to make a movie on our own terms. We were floored by the amount of support we got. Yet once the film was completed, we hit a wall. After some misguided attempts to get into huge festivals, we floundered. The framework we have today for self-distribution simply didn't exist then. We were at a loss as to how to get the film out there. And to be blunt, producing our first self-financed feature ($52,000 - not a misprint) turned out to be a backbreaker. We edited a staggering amount of footage and came up with exciting results - we had a warm, funny, awkward slice of New York life during the holidays. But our wonderful film had nowhere to go

Dragon Slayer (1992)

In a time when dragons threatened mankind, there was only one man who fought against them all. His name is Tarragon. But things don't always turn out as they should...

Catharsis (2011)

Donzilla Don Tjernagel performs Stand-up comedy in a Theatre setting with usual caustic style and demeaner.

Elmo's Musical Adventure: Peter and the Wolf (2001)

Elmo and all your favorite Sesame Street characters get together to show how music and imagination can tell a story in this delightful Sesame Street special! The fun begins when Baby Bear goes to hear the Boston Pops Orchestra play the musical story of Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf," where he imagines Elmo, Big Bird, Oscar and the rest of his Sesame Street friends as characters who help bring the story to life. The result is sheer Sesame Street magic, as Baby Bear and Elmo both learn the secret to making beautiful music!

Chop (2011)

To coax a confession, a man threatens to sever the limbs of his captive (Timothy Muskatell).

McConkey (2013)

McConkey is a 2013 documentary film about extreme skier Shane McConkey. The film follows Shane from growing up as the son of skier Jim McConkey to his days as a professional freeskier. The film also focuses on Shane's 2009 death during a ski base jump and his continued influence over the sport of skiing. The film features interviews from notable athletes and friends of Shane such as JT Holmes, Tony Hawk and Travis Pastrana.

Los bastardos (2008)

Award winning film about two undocumented Mexican day-laborers in L.A. Each day they stand on the corner at the home improvement store seeking employment. Today, the job they are given is well paid compared to their poor usual wages. Today, one of them carries a shotgun inside his backpack.

Bristlelip (1982)

A farcical adaptation of the Grimm tale, "King Thrushbeard." A haughty, spoiled young lady learns humility and empathy through the love of a clever suitor. "This American adaptation updates the European fairy tale King Thrushbeard to 1815 and relocates the story to Federalist Virginia. In this edition of the well-produced From the Brothers Grimm series, the wealthy heroine (Veanne Cox of Disney's live-action Cinderella) is a mean-spirited snob who insults the admirers handpicked by her hopeful father, calling one "Bristlelip" in reference to his mustache. This haughtiness comes to an end when she is tricked into marrying this suitor disguised as a peddler. Impoverished and reduced to work as a kitchen maid, she comes to respect her husband, à la Kate in Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew. Only this "Kate" learns her humbling lesson in a mere 18 minutes. (Ages 5 and older)" -- Amazon review by Kimberly Heinrichs

Sinner (2009)

Yotam, a 13-year-old student at an ultra-orthodox Jewish boarding school, tries to fight his sexual desires.

The Marks of a Cult: A Biblical Analysis (2006)

In today's religiously diverse and relativistic culture, labeling a group a cult may seem extreme to many people, not to mention rude. Even people who believe in absolute Truth and further believe that Jesus is the only way to eternal life can get confused about just what constitutes real Christianity. Just why are Baptists properly considered Christians, but Mormons are not? Or why is the Jehovah's Witness religion classified as an anti-Christian cult while Presbyterians or Wesleyans or Pentecostals are simply seen as denominations within the Christian faith? With the explosion of different sects that claim to honor and follow Jesus, how does one differentiate between true Biblical Christianity and an aberrant religious movement? Just what are "the marks of a cult?" Join us for a journey into the heart of Biblical revelation and the constant struggle of truth against lies, the apostolic faith against the "doctrines of demons." Featuring: James R. White Craig Branch E. Calvin Beisner Clete Hux R. Fowler White James Walker Jerry Johnson David Henke

Touch the Sun: Top Enders (1988)

Alice and her mother, Sue, have been managing quite well on their own for some time, so Alice is not impressed when her father, Jack, decides to return home to live. Alice leaves home in disgust. On the road she meets Mick. They team up and they eventually go in search of the outstation where Mick's community is living. They have few survival skills and become lost in the desert.

Something Ventured (2011)

Conceived by co-executive producer Paul Holland, and directed by Emmy-Award-winning filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine, SOMETHING VENTURED tells the story of the creation of an industry that went on to become the single greatest engine of innovation and economic growth in the 20th century. It is told by the visionary risk-takers who dared to make it happen: Tom Perkins, Don Valentine, Arthur Rock, Dick Kramlich and others. The film also includes some of our finest entrepreneurs sharing how they worked with these venture capitalists to grow world-class companies like Intel, Apple, Cisco, Atari, Genentech, Tandem and others. Beginning in the late 1950s, this small group of high rollers fostered a one-of-a-kind business culture that encouraged extraordinary risk and made possible unprecedented rewards. They laid the groundwork for America's start-up economy, providing not just the capital but the guidance to allow seedling companies to reach their full potential. Our lives would be dramatically different without the contributions that these venture capitalists made to the creation of PCs, the Internet and life-saving drugs.

Dead Men Walk (1943)

Dead Men Walk is a 64-minute, 1943, United States, black-and-white horror film produced by Sigmund Neufeld for Producers Releasing Corporation (aka PRC). It is an original story and screenplay by Fred Myton, starring George Zucco, Mary Carlisle, Nedrick Young and Dwight Frye, directed by Sam Newfield. It was originally distributed by PRC and reissued in the USA in 1948 by Madison Pictures Inc..

One Hundred and Fifty at Fifteen (2014)

An inspirational documentary about professional race car driver Alec Udell. At age 15 Alec was the youngest driver to ever go pro in North America.

Hoover (2000)

Hoover is a 2000 American drama film starring Ernest Borgnine as J. Edgar Hoover.

The Collector (2006)

Allan Stone was one of the most influential art dealers of the 20th Century. With a unique eye for new talent and genius, he discovered some of THE artists of the past 50 years. He was also an obsessive -- and eccentric -- collector of almost anything...

The Gayest Video Special of All Time (2014)

Video Vanguard and "Gay Pimp" Jonny McGovern (of Logo's Big Gay Sketch Show) collects all five viral video singles: Dickmatized, Sexy Nerd, Modified, Man Areas and Texting on the Dancefloor, from Jonny's latest album THE GAYEST OF ALL TIME on this special edition DVD. Hosted by Jonny McGovern and featuring cameos from drag divas Erickatoure Aviance and Linda James and ALL of Jonny's signature gogo boys. PLUS an exclusive behind the scenes documentary on the making of the super sexy Man Areas, directed by Skot Video. We also provide some Extra Faggoty Stuff which contains "The Gayest of All Time" music video featuring fans of the podcast as well as 5 clips of the podcast shot at the Gayboy Mansion in the Hollywood Hills.

Bingo Confidential (2009)

Six bingo lovers head to the Ethel Bell Memorial Million Dollar Bingo Game.

A Time to Die (1991)

A free-lance photographer (Traci Lords) aims her camera and a .45 at corrupt police, to protect her son.

School of the Americas Assassins (1994)

School of the Americas Assassins is a 1994 American short documentary film about human rights abuses by graduates of School of the Americas. Produced by Robert Richter, it was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

Pacios - as fotos da memoria (2011)

Antonio, a pub owner and a photographer, returns to his home village, Pacios, in the countryside of Galicia, in Spain. After his father's death, the family home is empty, as so many other houses at the village. He spends some days with his old neighbors. He portrays them with an old plate camera, in order to pay tribute to the memory of this place, kept in these people's faces. Directed by: Manuel Darriba


During the Iraqi-Iranian war, which started in 1980 and lasted for eight years, a Muslim family in a Kurdish village received from the government the corpse of their son, who had been killed in the war. When they were preparing for the funeral, they discovered that the corpse was not circumcised, and they had doubts that it was their son. Once they told their Christian neighbors about that, the problem grew as each family claimed the body was their son.

Nobuyuki Tsujii Live at Carnegie Hall (2012)

On November 10, 2011, Nobuyuki Tsujii, the blind pianist from Japan who was the winner of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Gold Medal in 2009 appeared on the stage of Carnegie Hall. His dream had come true. Arguably the most important event in the career of any performer, for “Nobu” it was a miracle. With his brilliant technique and beautiful tone, the performance of the masterpieces of Beethoven, Liszt, Mussorgsky, and encores by Chopin and his own compositions, brought the usually reserved Carnegie Hall audience to its feet.

Embargo (2010)

Embargo is a 2010 film that is an adaptation of a tale included in the 1978 Quasi Object by the Portuguese writer José Saramago.

Viktor (2014)

Viktor is a 2014 Franco/Russian film written and directed by Philippe Martinez. Starring Gérard Depardieu and Elizabeth Hurley, the film premiered September 2, 2014, in Moscow and debuted in New York City on October 24, 2014. The project was filmed entirely in Russia and, being set in Moscow, it was filmed in locations in both Moscow and the Chechen capital of Grozny.

School of Horror (2007)

"Everything has been done." ROCKY HORROR, the budding college filmmaker, has his work rejected again. His films are missing that one creative spark that could lead him to becoming the next Hollywood elite director. ROCKY has no other recourse - he MUST take filmmaking to a whole new level, or perish. Enter the School of Horror. ROCKY leads his small troop of fellow filmmaking classmates out on a night on the town, including new roommate JACK TERRI. Their journey leads them to DOREY'S TAVERN, unaware that the cannibalistic savage spirit, the GREAT CHINO, terrorizes this hole in the wall bar every seven years. And tonight, the GREAT CHINO has returned, hungry for flesh. As the creature unleashes its terror on the group and the drama unfolds, Rocky embraces the horror of his situation and sets out to record every live moment on camera. ROCKY uses his overbearing personality and methods of coercion to force the others into perilous situations in order to satisfy his hunger for capturing carnage on tape. Only JACK TERRI stands in his way, struggling to keep ROCKY'S insane, obsessive quest for filmmaking infamy from destroying them all.

Apocalypse Later: Harold Camping vs The End of the World (2013)

Harold Camping sounded the alarm. May 21, 2011 was to be Judgment Day, God's intervention into our worldly affairs. The end is coming right now! Or, perhaps a little later. Apocalypse Later traces the roots of end times predictions from the Book of Daniel to the historical Jesus and lastly to Paul, the greatest of the Apostles.

Gunmen of Abilene (1950)

Gunmen of Abilene is a 1950 American Western film directed by Fred C. Brannon and written by M. Coates Webster. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, Donna Hamilton, Peter Brocco and Selmer Jackson. The film was released on February 6, 1950, by Republic Pictures.

Forever Love (2013)

The feel-good sleeper hit of 2013, Forever Love is the story about chasing dreams and following your heart. A bubbly aspiring actress (played by Taiwanese sweetheart Amber An) and a charming screenwriter team up to shake up the movie sets during the swinging 60s, when Taiwanese film industry once thrived, earning the little hot spring district of Beitou the name “Taiwan Hollywood!”

Pretenders Loose in L.A. (2003)

The Pretenders have been consistently making classic albums and hit singles in a career that now spans 25 years. Lead by the charismatic Chrissie Hynde, possessor of one of the most recognisable voices in rock music, they have topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic and in many other territories around the world. The current line up of the band features original members Chrissie Hynde (guitar & vocals) and Martin Chambers (drums) with long standing members Adam Seymour (guitars) and Andy Hobson (bass), joined by Zeben Jameson (keyboards).

Painter: Caio Fonseca (2011)

This artful and mesmerizing portrait of contemporary American painter Caio Fonseca explores the illusive mystery of the process of making art, intimately capturing the isolation, resolve, and playful curiosity required to create. Tracing the origins of his work, American painter Fonseca reveals that his singular forms are not merely summoned from the imagination, but are also inherited from a deep and personal lineage of artists. Through his humor and self-examination, Fonseca shows us that colors and forms can reveal a man's history and character, reminding us that the work of an artist is not simply a reflection of life, but the essence of life.

Cinemanovels (2013)

Cinemanovels is a 2013 Canadian comedy film written and directed by Terry Miles. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

Langhe Doc. Stories of Heretics in the Italy of Warehouses (2011)

"Langhe Doc" is an award-winning documentary film about food, wine and landscape in the region of Langhe, northern Italy. watch film trailer and buy other options on Three stories from Langhe, a magical and unique region, one of the most beautiful in Italy, recently recognized as UNESCO World Heritage site. Three characters - three food manufacturers - who think and work a little differently. Urbanization, saturated construction and accelerated development threaten to change the whole character of the region and turn it into a land of warehouses. The three protagonists refuse to accept this decree of change and, each in their own way, set out to save the Langhe that they so dearly love. Official Selection for David di Donatello 2012; Winner of Valsusa Filmfest 2011; Winner of Sardinian Sustainability Film Festival; Special Mention at Festival delle Terre 2011; Official Selection for: Docaviv Festival, Tel Aviv; Focus Italia in Uruguay; Kinookus (Croatia); Jahorina Festival, Bosnia; Tutti Nello Stesso Piatto Festival; Scanno Natura Doc; Piemonte Movie; Euganea Film Festival; more infos on ________________________________________ CHARACTERS Maria Teresa Mascarello (and her father Bartolo Mascarello, died in 2005, through the use of archival material) Maria Teresa is the only daughter of Bartolo Mascarello, the legendary patriarch of Barolo wine, a proud defender of traditional wine, the one produced without yielding to modern technologies or fashions. Maria Teresa studied in Turin, where she graduated in Foreign Languages and Literature. "Up to her twenty years, I didn't even succeed in making her taste a drop of wine with her finger," Bartolo Mascarello recalls in an archival video. Today Maria Teresa leads the family company and continue to produce wine in the Cellar of Barolo, "As my father did, and my grandfather". Silvio Pistone Army pants, mountain

Satellite (2005)

New lovers (Karl Geary, Stephanie Szostak) quit their jobs and embark on an odyssey of adventure and petty crime.

Faraway (2014)

Audrey arrives in the Philippines on a mysterious mission and has no chance of succeeding until Hazel, Rey, and Nick agree to help. They must cross 300 miles, ward off a local motorcycle gang, and keep from killing each other to reach their goal.

Reveal The Path (2012)

People use bicycles to explore, dream and discover new things.

MP2V (2012)

Two sociopaths travel through small-town America on a road trip of terror, filming their heinous acts as a psychotic diary.

Richter: The Enigma (1998)

Sviatoslav Richter's talent was such that Prokofiev's 9th Sonata was dedicated to him, he performed at Stalin's funeral with Oistrakh and Rostropovich and accompanied Schwarzkopf and Fischer-Dieskau. This profile, illustrated by rare and previously unseen archive material spanning from the 1950's to the present day, will give audiences a view of life in Soviet Russia as seen from the standpoint of one of the world's greatest and yet most enigmatic pianists.

Bad Boy (1949)

Bad Boy is a 1949 film starring Audie Murphy in his first leading role. It was directed by Kurt Neumann.

SSI: Sex Squad Investigation (2006)

In the conservative near future, NYC's toughest crime unit is the SSI: Sex Scene Investigation. Struggling with unsolved cases, Detective John Honeysuckle is given a new partner - Katrina Lightbody (A.J. Khan / Lord of the G-Strings) - a sharp, sexy beautiful police rookie. When the high -profile crime spree of uninhibited and illegal seductions hitting Manhattan turns out to involve the President and his hot nymphomaniac daugher, Honeysuckle and Lightbody must work together to catch a seriously sexy serial seducer!

Splatter Rampage Wrestling (2003)

Barbed wire. Thumbtacks. Cheese graters! For the WRC wrestling federation, it's just another day at the office. Join Sam the Dirty Bum as he presents the greatest feuds between these backyard warriors in SPLATTER RAMPAGE WRESTLING!! Watch in horror as they do everything from dive off rooftops through tables, to setting each other on fire! The Masked Mauler...Skulls...Puppy Lover...all these wrestlers have one goal in mind, to be crowned champion of the WRC! It's violent, it's extreme, and it's insanely hysterical!

Beats of the Heart: No. 17 Cotton Mill Shanghai Blues: Music of China (1983)

This thought-provoking documentary examines the ancient musical traditions of China and the near-elimination of them during the Cultural Revolution of the 1980s. Among the subjects observed: one of the less than 100 Chinese citizens who can still play the traditional zither-like instrument known as the ququin, and a wild wedding celebration in Islamic northwest China.

The Real Bloodline of Jesus Christ: The Sacred Teachings of Tim Wallace-Murphy (2007)

The Sacred Teachings of Tim Wallace-Murphy; The Final truth Behind the Da Vinci Code. Tim Wallace-Murphy is an international best selling author known throughout the world for his deep knowledge of Rosslyn, the Knights Templar, Sacred Geometry and Rex Deus - the real bloodline of Jesus Christ. He has been an expert consultant to many scholars and authors most notably Dan Brown. Tim Wallace-Murphy talks about the true bloodline of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, the Secret Brotherhoods, the Knights Templar, the Cathars, the Sufi's and reveals the spiritual truths held sacred by these groups for centuries. A Reality Films exclusive, we are given a wonderful and mystical insight into the true wisdom of the ages.

True Confessions Of A Hollywood Starlet (2008)

True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet is a Lifetime Television comedy-drama film, based on a young adult novel of the same name by author Lola Douglas. The film stars Joanna "JoJo" Levesque and Valerie Bertinelli. The film was directed by Tim Matheson. It premiered on August 9, 2008 on Lifetime.

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.

A Letter To True (2008)

Filmmaker Bruce Weber pays tribute to his dogs and those of his friends.

Shang gan ling (1956)

Battle on Shangganling Mountain is a 1956 Chinese war film. It is also known as Shangganling Battle. The film depicts the Battle of Triangle Hill during the Korean War which American soldiers recall the battle as especially hard fought. Battle on Shangganling Mountain follows a group of Chinese People's Volunteer Army soldiers who are holding Triangle Hill for several days against US forces. Short of both food and water, they hold their ground until the relief troops arrive. The movie portray the battle as a Chinese victory over an American invasion, and the People's Volunteer Army soldiers were shown as Chinese war heroes. The film's style and view of the battle have been contrasted with the 1959 American film Porkchop Hill.

Fat, Dumb and Happy (2014)

Walter thinks he is God, his wife thinks he is inept, and his kids want nothing to do with him.

Tiësto in Concert (2003)

Tiesto was the first DJ to hold a solo concert in a stadium, on May 10th 2003 he performed for 25,000 people in Arnhem's GelreDome. Relive Tiesto's groundbreaking concert once again with improved image and sound. Essential!

Live from the Moon (2013)

Live From the Moon is a journey into the modern world of surfing pursuing the most remote and exotic locations. Body Glove's top athletes track and follow enormous ocean swells around the planet, scoring some of the most incredible surf of the year.

Slam-Bang (2009)

George is surrounded by violence and mayhem after he steals information for a Chinese crime lord who has kidnapped his girlfriend.

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.

Paul's Case (1980)

This American drama film debuted in 1980. It is set in 19th century Pittsburgh and is about a young man named Paul who dreams of escaping his poverty stricken life. He seizes the opportunity by stealing a significant sum of money and relocates to New York City. In New York, Paul makes a name for himself and becomes a respected gentleman. The film is based upon a story written by Willa Cather.

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.

Curse of Pirate Death (2006)

While researching their pirate heritage, students decide to search for the treasure of a murderous pirate and encounter his evil spirit.

The Underwater City (1962)

The Underwater City is a 1962 American sci-fi Eastmancolor film about overcoming engineering obstacles for establishing an underwater living environment. The film was directed by Frank McDonald, produced by Alex Gordon and written by Gordon's wife Ruth Alexander. Columbia Pictures released the film as a double feature with The Three Stooges Meet Hercules.

Achtung Baby: A Classic Album Under Review (2007)

This DVD contains the ultimate review and critical analysis of U2's most pivotal album. It offers a previously unobtainable level of insight into the band during the recording of their most dynamic and well respected album. Via the use of live footage, long forgotten videos and the review, criticism and insight of a panel of highly opinionated experts, this package delivers the finest documentary film yet to emerge on Dublins favorite sons. Achtung Baby was the album that fired U2 into the 90s when the four-piece dramatically overhauled their traditional approach to songwriting.

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.

Shield and Spear (2014)

An artist's caricature of South African President Jacob Zuma provokes a lawsuit, death threats and street protests.

Whittle: The Jet Pioneer (2010)

The story of how Sir Frank Whittle invented the jet engine and shrank the world is one of the great dramas of the 20th century. 'Whittle - The Jet Pioneer' reveals the titanic struggle of a young aviator and engineer as the Nazis took Europe into total war. It was a race for air superiority between Germany and the Allies. Ultimately the young inventor became one of the most influential Britons of the 20th century with an invention that changed the face of our planet. Sir Frank Whittle's invention of the jet engine is an inspiring story with near tragic elements along the way. It starts in England and ends in the United States. Not only did his vision change the face of the earth, it now enables tens of millions of us to see what it actually looks like first hand. Unknowingly, Sir Frank Whittle made our planet smaller, impacting the development of a now global economy. His story also had its challenges. With Sir Frank Whittle telling his own story, the film includes exclusive interviews with veteran test pilot Captain Eric Brown and the German jet pioneer Hans von Ohain. Their accounts are mixed with fantastic wartime color archive of Sir Frank Whittle's first jet planes and more. It is a powerfully told story with a dramatic result. - THE AMERICAN CONNECTION - In 1941 Sir Whittle s turbojet was sent to Boston, Massachusetts to enable General Electric to build the first American jet engine. Whittle came over in 1942 to help on GE's jet program. Whittle fell in love with America and with an American girl. In 1976 he married her and moved to the United States, where he accepted the position of NAVAIR Research Professor at the U.S. Naval Academy. In August 1996, Sir Frank Whittle died of lung cancer at his home in Maryland. His spirit and his innovations, however, will live on forever.

Ku_on (2015)

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...

Naam (1986)

Naam is a 1986 Indian Hindi-language crime thriller film directed by Mahesh Bhatt, starring Nutan, Kumar Gaurav, Sanjay Dutt, Poonam Dhillon, Amrita Singh and Paresh Rawal. The film is regarded a milestone in the careers of Mahesh Bhatt, Paresh Rawal and Sanjay Dutt. Naam proved to be a blockbuster at the Indian box office, playing for over a year at a majority of India's cinemas and stands as the eighth-highest-grossing Hindi film of the 1980s decade grossing ₹305 million (US$4.4 million). The soundtrack for the movie also contributed to its huge success. "Chithi Aayi Hai" was selected as one of the 100 songs of the millennium by BBC Radio worldwide.

Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson (2011)

Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson is a 2011 documentary film directed by Trish Dolman and produced by Kevin Eastwood. It follows radical conservationist Paul Watson during anti-whaling campaigns in the Antarctic in 2009 and 2010, and recounts his history and controversial methods as an activist and media personality. It premiered May 1, 2011 at the Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival.

Death Factory (2014)

The Butchers (also known as Death Factory and The Factory) is a 2014 horror film directed by Steven Judd, and written by David Dittlinger and Stephen Durham.

The Highly Contested Election for Payette County Sheriff (2009)

A tall tale of love lost; redemption; revenge; corruption and greed; The Highly Contested Election for Payette County Sheriff is the story of what happens when rural neighbors can't play nice. Mike Hamill (Troll 2); Yolanda Wood (High School Musical 3: Senior Year); and JJ Neward (Evil Angel) star in this modern western where the ATV has replaced the horse; gunslingers have web pages; and THE BAD ASS CHICKS terrorize the once peaceful citizens of Payette County.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1913)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a 1913 horror film, directed by Herbert Brenon and Carl Laemmle, written by Brenon and produced by Laemmle. The picture is based on the Robert Louis Stevenson story The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and stars King Baggot in the dual role of Jekyll and Hyde. The film was re-released in the US in August 1927.

John Leguizamo: Sexaholix... A Love Story (2002)

John Leguizamo returns to HBO in this one-man stage show to examine the world's most intimate act! SEXAHOLIX is an affectionate tale of the comic's path to maturation and the women who helped get him there. In this memorable performance, Leguizamo digs into his past love life and family dynamics to mine a rich vein of material and brings his audience to climactic moments of clarity. Nothing is held back in this hilarious comedy.

Body Bags (1993)

“Stacy Keach is superb and David Warner is appropriately nutty…” – Two Masters of Horror – John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) and Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Lifeforce) – come together to create a chilling anthology of terror. Alex Datcher (Passenger 57) stars as a woman working the late shift at “The Gas Station” while a killer is on the loose. Then, Stacy Keach (Road Games) can’t stand the thought of losing his “Hair” and he’ll do anything to keep it. And finally, Mark Hamill (Star Wars) portrays a baseball player that submits to an “Eye” transplant after he loses an eye in a car accident. Featuring guest appearances by Deborah Harry, Sheena Easton, Twiggy, David Naughton (An American Werewolf In London), John Agar (Tarantula), David Warner (Time After Time) and cameos by Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper and Roger Corman, Body Bags delivers a fright-filled night of horror.

Fear No Fruit (2015)

Fear No Fruit chronicles Frieda Caplan's rise from being the first woman entrepreneur on the Los Angeles Wholesale Produce Market in the 1960s, to transforming American cuisine by introducing over 200 exotic fruits and vegetables to U.S. supermarkets. Still an inspiration at 91, Frieda's daughters and granddaughter carry on the business legacy.

What Is New Thought? (2014)

From the self-help industry to Alcoholics Anonymous and from Oprah Winfrey to the Word-Faith movement, the principles of this New Thought movement have been instrumental in transforming the lives of millions of people. Now get a closer look at how New Thought has had an impact in our world. Appearances by Wally "Famous" Amos, Della Reese, Deepak Chopra, Joe Vitale, and many more.

Ajami (2009)

Ajami (Arabic: عجمي‎‎; Hebrew: עג'מי‎‎) is a 2009 Israeli Arab drama film. Its plot is set in the Ajami neighborhood of Jaffa, Israel.

The Extreme Adventures Of Super Dave (2000)

The Extreme Adventures of Super Dave is a 2000 comedy film starring the comedian Bob Einstein as Super Dave Osborne. The movie went direct to DVD.

The Crimes Of Stephen Hawke (1936)

The Crimes of Stephen Hawke is a 1936 British historical melodrama film directed by George King and starring Tod Slaughter as the nefarious Stephen Hawke - who masquerades as the 'Spine-Breaker'. It also features Marjorie Taylor, D. J. Williams and Eric Portman. It was made at Shepperton Studios, with sets designed by Philip Bawcombe. This is the third of Tod Slaughter's film outings, billed as a 'new-old melodrama'. In the introduction Slaughter appears in person, in a BBC studio, where he describes with relish his murderous activities in his two previous films: Maria Marten or Murder in the Red Barn (1935) and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1936). In the film Slaughter plays a seemingly kindly money-lender who dotes on his daughter Julia. He has however a double life as the notorious 'Spine-Breaker', Victorian England's most maniacal serial killer. His nefarious activities are eventually detected by his daughter's suitor Matthew Trimble, the son of one of his victims, who after pursuing and failing to catch him somewhat charitably opines to his daughter: In the end Slaughter comes out of hiding to kill another unwelcome suitor of his daughter, before falling to his death from the roof of his house in a dramatic final exit.

The Big Trees (1952)

A greedy timber baron (Kirk Douglas) forms an uneasy alliance with a group of Quaker settlers as he tries to aquire a stretch of California woodland. Mastered from the original Technicolor materials!

The Saturday Night Ride (2010)

When an ex-pro snowboarder is released from prison for a crime he didn't commit, he returns to a world where snowboarding has become something far beyond his wildest dreams. A crazy fusion between pro wrestling and snowboarding has taken over.

Chihuly at the V&A (2002)

In a devastating car accident in 1976, a young artist loses the use of one eye. In the years that follow, Dale Chihuly's talent for leading a team flourishes as he orchestrates glassblowing of a complexity previously unthinkable. His 2001 retrospective exhibition at the venerable Victoria and Albert Museum marks his triumphant return to London after years of study and development. Set in 2001 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, this film follows Dale Chihuly as he fulfills his lifelong dream of exhibiting at the V&A and sets up this stunning show. The exhibition begins inside the rotunda with an extraordinary Chandelier commissioned by the V&A. Moving into the Medieval Treasury, an exuberant Persian Pergola is displayed alongside a fascinating and educational survey of Chihuly's glass series and drawings. Finally, venturing outside into the Pirelli Garden, large, site-specific installations fill the grounds with vivacious colors.

Wings of Silver: The Vi Cowden Story (2010)

When the country needed every man, she answered the call. They weren't formally recognized, received no military benefits - many Americans don't even know that they exist - yet today, women's place in this country might be very different if Vi Cowden, and the 1,073 other women like her, hadn't been willing to do the job they did. And they did it because their country needed them. A story of triumph and inspiration over adversity, Vi and her fellow Women Airforce Service Pilots (W.A.S.P.) were not only crucial to the war effort during World War II, they also changed the course of Women's history. Vi was among the first women in the United States to fly military planes. She ferried fighter planes (including her favorite, the P-51 Mustang) from the factories to the air bases where they were desperately needed. She flew enough trips with the WASP to have circumnavigated the world 55 times. In this documentary she tells her story from humble beginnings in a sod house in the Black Hills of South Dakota where she learned to fly biplanes, to flying fighter planes for the Army Air Corps in 1943 & Flying 19 different types of aircraft, she has been an inspiration to many, including one male fighter pilot afraid to fly the P-47 Thunderbolt, until he saw her take-off in one. In 2009, Vi and the other surviving WASP received the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian honor that Congress can bestow.

Jesse (2011)

Nassau County, New York Police detective Jesse turns vigilante as she investigates her brother's murder and enters into a world of crime, corruption, and shocking deception.

Branded a Coward (1935)

Branded a Coward is a 1935 American film directed by Sam Newfield.

The Jerks (1987)

The Kopanoi is a Greek comedy film, released in 1987, written and directed by Giorgos Konstadinou, starring several famous Greek actors, including Konstadinou himself, Markos Lezes, Yannis Vouros, Kostas Palios, and Giorgos Petrohilos. Today the movie has reached cult classic status for its memorable quotes and is regarded as the ultimate Greek comedy from the 1980s cinema period.

Space Tourists (2010)

Space Tourists is a feature-length documentary of the Swiss director Christian Frei. The film had its premiere at the Zurich Film Festival in 2009 and has won the "World Cinema Directing Award" at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010.

Pepe Aguilar Mtv Unplugged (2014)

Singer, songwriter, producer and 9 time Grammy winner (Naras/Laras) Pepe Aguilar recorded “Pepe Aguilar: MTV Unplugged”. Produced by Meme del Real includes collaborations by Miguel Bose, Natalia LaFourcade, Angela and Leonardo Aguilar among others.

The Erectionman (2010)

This movie tracks the history of a little pill that popped on to the market ten years ago, and turned the world upside down. These tiny blue diamonds are also known as Viagra. Nosy and armed with a healthy dose of humor, the director discovers a tale about virility, anxiety and the state of our modern-day man.

Rebellion of Thought (2006)

What is post-modernism? How has it affected our culture? How will it impact our future? What is the role of the Christian church in a post-modern world? Does man truly need God or is God merely a fairytale idea left-over from a past cultural experiment? These questions are the launching point for Rebellion of Thought, as filmmakers, The Brothers Williamson examine a new generation that refuse to accept authority, code and convention. They probe the impact and consequences of such thinking both for the church and society. So, in the midst of all this, how do believers in Christ express their faith in a compelling, relevant way? What does it mean to love your neighbor as yourself? Parents, educators, small group leaders and Christian churches ignore the questions raised in Rebellion of Thought at their own peril. Without this critical examination, the result of post-modernism will bankrupt future generations in the years to come. Featuring these experts who take a critical look at the role of authentic Christian faith in a post-modern culture: Angus Menuge (Chair of Philosophy - Concordia University), D.A. Carson (Prof. Of New Testament - Trinity Evangelical Divinity School), Jim Spiegel (Professor of Philosophy - Taylor University), Bruce Ellis Benson (Assoc. Prof. Of Philosophy - Wheaton College), Gene Edward Veith, Jr. (Culture Editor - World Magazine) They don't just dance around the edges of this mind-splitting phenomenon. They ask the searing, heart-rendering questions and offer some thoughtful and tangible solutions. Raw, urgent music by a variety of Indie bands provides the musical context for this video journey. Abby Someone, Inner Surge, Joniqa, Mixtapes for Girlfriends, Stereovolt, West of Verona, Audrey Hatcher Woodams and others are featured, with the entire video's soundtrack available separately on the DVD extras.

Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders (1996)

Merlin’s Shop of Mystical Wonders is a 1996 American film written and directed by Kenneth J. Berton. In spite of what the title might imply, this is more of a horror film than a child-friendly fantasy. The film stars Ernest Borgnine as a grandfather telling his grandson a story about the wizard Merlin opening up a store in modern-day America. He tells him two separate stories about Merlin and the store.

The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter Jonathan Hensleigh (2007)

THE DIALOGUE: Learning From the Masters is a groundbreaking interview series that goes behind the scenes of the fascinating craft of screenwriting. In these extensive in-depth discussions with savvy industry interviewers, 27 of today's most successful screenwriters share their work habits, methods and inspirations, secrets of the trade, business advice, and eye-opening stories from life in the trenches of the film industry. Each screenwriter discusses his or her filmography in great detail and breaks down the mechanics of one favorite scene from their produced work. These incisive discussions are essential viewing for anyone wanting to learn the screenwriting trade, film lovers of all types, and industry professionals in other fields. The writers' insights about the screenwriting life are rare and indispensable tools for how to make your screenplays better and crack the Hollywood code: the hard-earned practical and tactical wisdom of those already thriving in the industry. It's powerful knowledge - straight from the source. Jonathan Hensleigh knows good action. This former attorney stopped practicing law to pursue screenwriting, and with his big break writing episodes of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles for Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, his foray into the action/adventure genre began. After writing the screenplay for Die Hard: With a Vengeance, he worked on such films as Jumanji, The Saint, Armageddon and The Rock. Hensleigh also wrote and directed the film adaptation ...

Beyond Lemuria (2007)

A college student's fate (Cristofer Sanders) is played out in two parallel narratives.

Almost Dead (1994)

Repeated visions of her dead mother send a psychologist (Shannen Doherty) to the grave site, then to a policeman (Costas Mandylor).

Scientology: The Science of Truth or the Art of Deception? (2012)

To some, Scientology is a bona fide religion based upon rigorous research and its doctrines are akin to universal scientific laws. But to others, including some former members, Scientology is a cult whose so-called doctrines are nothing more than ridiculous science-fiction stories invented by founder, L. Ron Hubbard. What is the truth about Scientology?

Bailout at 43,000 (1957)

Bailout at 43,000 is a 1957 American drama film directed by Francis D. Lyon and written by Paul Monash. The film stars John Payne, Karen Steele, Paul Kelly, Richard Eyer, Constance Ford and Eddie Firestone. The film was released on May 1, 1957, by United Artists. An Air Force major resents being relieved from making the first dangerous test of a B-47 automatic ejection seat.

The March Sisters At Christmas (2012)

Four sisters (Julie Marie Berman, Melissa Farman, Kaitlin Doubleday) fight to save the family home during the holidays.

Down the River (2004)

Krit is openly gay, but his closest friend, Win, is questioning. As they grow older, their love is tested when the two finally explore their passion. "Down the River" is a daring exploration of friendship and intimacy.

Orchestra Of Exiles (2012)

Celebrated Polish violinist Bronislaw Huberman saves musicians from the Nazis, then goes on to create what would become the Israeli Philharmonic.

Not Yet Begun to Fight (2012)

Retired Marine Colonel Eric Hastings remembers flight missions 'high above the death and destruction' in Vietnam. From the cockpit, he traced meandering ribbons that cut through the jungle. He recognized the shapes of the trout streams of home. Every night, he dreamed about fly-fishing. When he returned home to Montana in 1969, to a nation decades from diagnosing PTSD, he went to the water. He tied a fly onto a line and cast. The river, he says, healed him. For months, Captain Blake Smith lived in a delirious purgatory. Certain that he died when his helicopter fell nine hundred feet from the black of night in Helmand Province, he navigated frightening hallucinations. When he finally woke in the Bethesda Naval Hospital, he faced another nightmare: amputation, paraplegia and shame. Navy Seal Elliot Miller was blown up twice. He can't walk. He can't speak. But he still wants to be a dad. Sergeant Mark Hupp has disassembled hundreds of bombs. His injury is invisible. The only view of humanity he can conjure is 'vile and cruel.' NOT YET BEGUN TO FIGHT offers an intimate and compelling view of the human cost of war, as the Colonel reaches out to five men, a new generation returning from combat. He brings them to the river and shares his secret: there are places where you can still be consumed by a simple act, find joy in a fight, and be redeemed as you gently release another creature, unharmed, into quiet waters.

Spaghetti Story (2013)

Four young Italians yearning to change their lives encounter a Chinese prostitute, and she teaches them a valuable truth about freedom and identity.