Turbine (2011)

An adulterous New Yorker (Isaak James) and his wife move to the Midwest for a fresh start, but he finds that his secret is not so easily left behind.

Gloria Estefan: The Evolution Tour (1996)

Live In Miami: The Evolution Tour finds Gloria Estefan returning to her homebase for a fiery concert supporting her Destiny album. Includes fresh performances of "Here We Are," "Get On Your Feet" and "Reach," the theme to 1996’s Summer Olympics.

The Magic Flute (2003)

Bangkok Opera's exotic "Thai-sci'-fi" production of Mozart's popular opera is conducted by wunderkind Trisdee na Patalung and directed by Somtow Sucharitkul. Live from Bangkok Opera's Thailand Cultural Center, this production stars Nancy Yuen, Harold Gray Meers, Saran Suebsantiwongse, and Sandra Partridge. This production garnered rave reviews in the European opera journals such as London's OPERA, who acclaimed its youthful conductor as "a genius".

The Golden Fleecing (1940)

The Golden Fleecing is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Leslie Fenton and written by S. J. Perelman, Laura Perelman and Marion Parsonnet. The film stars Lew Ayres, Rita Johnson, Lloyd Nolan, Virginia Grey, Leon Errol and Nat Pendleton. The film was released on August 16, 1940, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Beauty Knows No Pain (1972)

In 1940, the Kilgore College Rangerettes became the first dancing drill team in the nation. They have been performing at half-time shows during college football games ever since. The first director of the program, Miss Gussie Nell Davis, oversaw the Rangerettes for forty years before retiring in 1979. In 1971 filmmakers caught Miss Davis overseeing the summer camp, where young girls work hard in the hopes of finding a coveted spot in this elite cheerleading group. Beauty Knows No Pain is a film about the young ladies who come from all over the country to compete in a two-week drill, knowing that not all of them will make the cut. Through the difficult but rewarding process, Miss Davis tries to imbue her charges with enthusiasm, energy, and a non-stop smile. The latter part of the film focuses on one member from North Dakota, who, in her second year, has embodied all of the spirit the Rangerettes represent. At the end of the two week camp, the girls gather to see who is in, who has been chosen as an alternate, and who will go home unfulfilled. The girls meet their triumph and disappointment with shrieks and tears.

Love in India (2009)

Desperate to understand how the culture that gave birth to the Kama Sutra could now ban sex education and forbid couples to exchange even a short kiss in public; a young couple, Q and Rii, begin a journey through modern India and their own romance.

Jay Mohr: Funny for a Girl (2012)

"Funny For A Girl," Jay's newest one hour special, and the first in over 7 years, is the hilarious telling of stories of the challenges of raising two kids, keeping his family on the right path, along with his legendary impressions (Christopher Walken, Norm MacDonald, Adam Sandler and a host of others), and his hilarious real life stories in Hollywood. As Jay says, "the stories are all true" and they are all funny too. Jay Mohr has had a career in comedy, television, radio, and film that spans over 20 years... from his beginnings as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1993 to 1995, to his his expansive film career of over 30 films including his classical break out performance as sports agent Bob Sugar in Jerry McGuire.

Charlie Chaplin His Life & Work (2003)

When Charlie Chaplin was born in London on the 16th of April 1889, no one could have predicted what his future would be. Charlie's meteoric rise to fame in the pioneering days of the film industry is truly one of the most dramatic rags to riches stories ever told, and the enduring charm of his instantly recognizable "Little Tramp," continues to thrill film enthusiasts the whole world over to this very day. Chaplin's life was full of contrasts, from his poverty-stricken childhood in the London slums, right through to his millionaire status as one of the first great celebrities of Hollywood. The treasured black and white silent movies that made Charlie his fortune give a fascinating insight into the character of this great comedian, but to really understand the nature of his genius you need to step back in time. This program will transport you back to Chaplin's London at the turn of the 20th century and you can see for yourself the influences that were to shape his later work on the silver screen. Trace his footsteps to the workhouse and the lunatic asylum where his beloved mother struggled to overcome poverty and illness, and see the school where Charlie first faced the injustice of authority. Follow the story further with Charlie's departure for America, as his phenomenal success is charted in precise detail with extracts from his movies providing a stunning backdrop. Every aspect of Chaplin's life and work, triumphs and disasters, are all explored in order to bring you the real man behind the "Little Tramp's" mask.

Pitbull: Live at Rock in Rio (2013)

It's Mr. Worldwide on one of the world's biggest stages! Pitbull's Live At Rock In Rio features live performances of his biggest hits, including Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor), International Love, Give Me Everything and many more!

John Henry (2000)

An animated short film that tells the life story of the famous lumberjack John Henry who raced against a steam powered machine that chopped wood. The moral of the story is to look around you and for everyday heroes and appreciate them.

To Live! (2010)

Keith Deltano faces head-on the topic of teen abstinence, but not in the usual way. Keith is a Christian comedian with a style all his own. With pure energy, Keith combines side-splitting humor, slapstick, and audience participation with Scriptural truths and scientific evidence to confront youth with the harsh risks of premarital sex, and he presents the rich rewards of God's plan: abstinence until marriage and monogamy afterwards. He helps young people know what to say and do to handle the pressures of their peers and today's society. A former teacher, Keith knows firsthand the tough issues today's youth must face. "I wanted to show these kids that God is there for them and to help them through these tough times. So God convicted me to develop a hard-hitting yet humorous talk on sexual abstinence based on Scripture," Keith says. This is a program every teenager should see. It's comedy with a message!

The Golden Honeymoon (1980)

Charley Tate (James Whitmore: two-time Academy Award Nominee, and Tony Award Winner) is an old windbag, often a braggart, but somehow always lovable. Married over fifty years to his ever-patient wife Lucy (Teresa Wright - Academy Award winner), the two of them are on their Golden Honeymoon in Florida. Everything goes perfectly until Lucy meets her former fiancée who's also vacationing with his wife. Suddenly there's a comic competition between Charley and the old boyfriend for Lucy's attention. After fifty years, cantankerous Charley has to win his girl all over again!

Five Finger Exercise (1962)

The hit Broadway drama by Peter Shaffer (Amadeus) is vividly brought to the screen by director Daniel Mann (The Rose Tattoo) and screenwriters Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett (It’s A Wonderful Life). The inimitable Rosalind Russell tears into the role of a wealthy Bay Area matriarch whose already shaky relations with her family — including her henpecked husband (Jack Hawkins, Lawrence of Arabia) and “sensitive” son (Richard Beymer, West Side Story) — are further strained when they take in a handsome music tutor (Academy Award®-winner Maximilian Schell; 1961, Best Actor, Judgment at Nuremberg), who has one or two secrets of his own. Russell’s real-life husband, Frederick Brisson, produced both the stage and film versions of this gripping tale, considered extremely daring for its time. Newly remastered.

Play Nice (2014)

Peter and Raquel are determined to enroll their son in the best preschool in the country, but they accidentally run over the school's admission officer's dog on their way to the interview.

Sadhana (1989)

India is a great land full of mysteries and a myriad of religious practices that span the course of millennia. A young westerner, Marcel Poulin, undertakes the journey of a lifetime as he travels through India, seeking answers to the great questions of his life. He is in need of discovering who he really is and what his life is all about. To find these answers, he seeks to learn the spiritual path of Sadhana, a sacred ascetic path. He travels from sacred site to sacred site, such as the Kumbha Mela and the Valley of the Gods, taking in the beauty of the landscape. Along the way he learns from Swamis and Gurus, eventually becoming an apprentice Sadhu. What he discovers on his quest will change his life, and the lives of many others. Join him and gain insight into India's legacy and the living spirit of Hinduism.

Deep In The Darkness (2014)

Dr. Michael Cayle thought leaving the chaotic lifestyle of New York City for the quiet, small town of Ashborough would bring his family closer together. Soon after arriving, however, he discovers the town's deepest secret: a terrifying and controlling race of creatures that live in the darkness in the woods behind his home. Starring Dean Stockwell (Blue Velvet, Quantum Leap), Sean Patrick Thomas (Save The Last Dance, Cruel Intentions, Barbershop) and Blanche Baker (Sixteen Candles) and directed by Colin Theys (Remains, Dead Souls), this eerily terrifying film takes your darkest fears and brings them home to roost.

Come Play With Me (1977)

Come Play with Me is a 1977 British soft porn film, starring Mary Millington and directed by George Harrison Marks. Its cast list contains many well-known British character actors who were not known for appearing in such films. The film is regarded by many as the most successful of the British sex comedies of the seventies. It ran continuously at the Moulin Cinema in Great Windmill Street, Soho, London for 201 weeks, from April 1977 to March 1981, which is the longest-running screening in Britain. A blue plaque on the former cinema's site commemorates this.

Bob the Builder: The Ultimate Can-Do Crew (2012)

Hold on to your hardhats as the machine team shows what hard work and teamwork are all about in this Ultimate Can-Do Crew Collection featuring ten amazing episodes! See how it all began with Bob and the team working together on a big job, overcoming troubles at every turn! Then it's Lofty to the rescue when Dizzy gets into a sticky situation. Roley must smooth things over when mishaps cause bumps in the road and Muck surprises everyone with some creative problem solving. Join the crew and hammer out some time for fun and adventure in Bob's biggest building collection ever!

Tao of The Golden Mask (2007)

In this mockumentary by stand-up comic Faizon Love, writer/director Love does a send-up on the documentary homage to fabled films and directors. Love's mockumentary uses a unique Thai action film (Golden Eagle) to make the outrageous claim that he, an African-American director, created the first Asian action film with kung fu scenes in it - even before Bruce Lee - but that Faizon never got his due because of race issues and the release forever suppressed. The film interviews people who substantiate his outlandish claims, such as comedian Robert Townsend (who supposedly co-wrote the script) and former heavyweight champ Leon Spinks (who says he was the action choreographer).

Barney: Let's Go to the Doctor (2012)

Barney: Let's Go to the Doctor is an American children's educational film from 2012 that has Barney the purple dinosaur and his child friends teaching children about health and what a doctor can do for them through songs, games, and other interactive elements.

Charlie Gracie Fabulous (2007)

Philadelphia Hall of Fame Inductee and Rockabilly Pioneer and Rockabilly Hall of Fame legend Charlie Gracie topped the American and European Charts in 1957 with his monster hit "Butterfly", which sold over 3 million copies and knocked Elvis from the top of the charts. His other 50's hits included "Fabulous", "Ninety-Nine Ways", "Wanderin Eyes" and "I Love You So Much It Hurts". His hits bankrolled Philly's famous Cameo Records. He appeared frequently on "Dick Clark's American Bandstand", "The Ed Sullivan Show" and "Allen Freed's TV Specials" and several major clubs in America and Europe where he was even a bigger star. He has continued to tour in America and Abroad for fifty years. Charlie has been a major influence on several prominent musicians including: Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Van Morrison. Paul recorded an updated version of Charlie's "Fabulous" and Charlie went on the road with Van in 2000, opening for him in L.A. and Vegas. Graham Nash declared that Charlie inspired him to a musical career and contributed vocally on Charlie's latest CD release. Charlie was voted into Britian's Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 and Philly's Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 and is a member of The Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Interview's and/or tributes provided from Graham Nash, Andy Williams, Peter Noone, Frankie Avalon, Chubby Checker, Fabian, Bill Haleys Comets, D.J. Fontana (Elvis drummer), The Orlons, Danny and The Juniors, The Dovells, Albert Lee and several industry notable...

David Searching (1997)

A gay New York filmmaker (Anthony Rapp) and his female roommate (Camryn Manheim) help each other seek true love and life's meaning.

Strawberry Shortcake: Adventures on Ice Cream Island (2004)

When Honey Pie Pony meets other horses on Ice Cream Island, she thinks she should move there. But once she realizes how much her human pals need her back home, she reconsiders. Later Honey Pie attracts the attention of a nasty horse owner, and the kids must work together to keep her - and the other fillies - out of his reach.

Shark in the Head (2005)

Charming, strange and very talkative, Mr. Seman spends his days meeting and greeting the many people who pass by his ground floor apartment window. At different times he is a philosopher, preacher, or even therapist--influencing the individuals he stops while his placid demeanor conceals a darker reality. When he befriends a beautiful, young woman, life changes dramatically and the normally hidden side of his world begins to take over. Imaginative animation and expressive digital effects are used to convey one man's unique view of the world, unfolding into a stunning cinematic powerhouse that combines comedy and drama for a touching story about how we influence the people we meet while being profoundly affected ourselves by the colors they bring to our own lives.

Doomsday (2008)

Doomsday is a 2008 English-language science fiction action film written and directed by Neil Marshall. The film takes place in the future in Scotland, which has been quarantined because of a deadly virus. When the virus is found in London, political leaders send a team led by Major Eden Sinclair (Rhona Mitra) to Scotland to find a possible cure. Sinclair's team runs into two types of survivors: marauders and medieval knights. Doomsday was conceived by Marshall based on the idea of futuristic soldiers facing medieval knights. In producing the film, he drew inspiration from various movies, including Mad Max, Escape from New York and 28 Days Later. Marshall had a budget three times the size of his previous two films, The Descent and Dog Soldiers, and the director filmed the larger-scale Doomsday in Scotland and South Africa. The film was released on 14 March 2008 in the United States and Canada and in the United Kingdom on 9 May 2008. Doomsday did not perform well at the box office, and critics gave the film mixed reviews.

Hatfields and Mccoys: Bad Blood (2012)

In this film, we get an understanding of one of the most fascinating tales of Americana. These two battling families in the rural midwest are part Romeo and Juliet and part soap opera. Although the details of the retaliations that were carried out are a bit gruesome, this film provides a cautionary tale of prejudice in the most basic form.

The Road to Emmaus, PA (2008)

This is the modern story of three travelers looking for Jesus between Jerusalem, Ohio and Emmaus, PA. What starts as an investigative experiment ends as a poignant story of post-modern pilgrimage and communal awakening.

Eddie Ifft: I Love Pussy (2012)

Eddie Ifft tours the world, plays to sold-out crowds consistently, and has appeared on countless television shows in Australia and the United States. I love Pussy gives fans a personal, ‘up close’ feeling of attending a show.

America's Alien Invasion: The Lost UFO Encounters (2012)

Most Americans have no idea that the White House was swarmed by UFOs not once but TWICE, once in 1952 and again in 1963. The government knows that UFOs are here. Explore this phenomenon that is destined to impact our very being because WE ARE NOT ALONE. Most Americans do not know the White House was swarmed by UFOs in 1952 and again in 1963. The government knows that UFOs are here. Explore this phenomenon that is destined to impact our very being because WE ARE NOT ALONE.

Creativity in Education: Exploring the Imbalance (2013)

Inspired by the Newsweek article "The Creativity Crisis", this independent documentary explores creativity in school and how changes to education policy have diminished opportunities to nurture and teach creative thinking skills in the classroom.

Head Games (1996)

From the director of the cult hit, Splatter University. A prison psychologist discovers an experimental brain implant that is designed to alter the behavior of convicts - it will prevent future criminal behavior and will enable criminals to return to society as upstanding citizens. The procedure, however, suffers some imperfections causing some killers to return to their old tricks.

I'm Not Nuts: Living with Food Allergies (2009)

In recent years the word "allergy" has become a catch-all phrase. The term "food allergy" is misinterpreted as anything from a stomach ache to a rash, most often confused with a food intolerance. What many people do not understand is that food allergies are serious and can be life-threatening, just as an allergy to bee stings can be fatal. Through the experience of several families consisting of both children and adults with food allergies, this program clarifies the misinformation people commonly have about food allergies. Most importantly, it illustrates that food allergies are something a person can live with. Several medical professionals such as Dr. Scott Sicherer of the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute and doctors Harvey Leo and Ben Song of the Allergy & Immunology Associates of Ann Arbor discuss the possible causes of food allergies and its impact on the parents, the allergic child, and siblings. Other topics include the daily routine of an allergic individual; the time and energy that goes into preparing to eat out, going to the park, visiting family and friends, and addressing the lack of understanding and education of people who are unaware of the danger of this condition. Supports groups include founder Melissa Dalton, of COFAF (Circle of Food Allergic Families) and Terry Furlong, co-founder of FAAN (Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network), the largest advocacy organization for food allergies in the world. The various coping challenges and strategies--medical, emotional and social-are addressed as are the positive insights people have gained from learning to effectively live with food allergies on a daily basis.

Havar (2009)

Director Mehmet Guleryuz tells a story about honor killings taking place in Southeastern Turkey in this drama with all amateur actors. Sehmus goes mad when he hears rumors about his to-be-bride Havar getting close with a guy from a neighboring village. He asks Havar's father to punish her with death.

e'Lollipop (1975)

Forever Young, Forever Free is a 1975 South African drama film directed by Ashley Lazarus and starring Jose Ferrer and Karen Valentine.

Familias por Igual (2013)

A documentary film about five same-sex families that tell us their experiences and struggle pre and post Marriage Equality law in Argentina. Five stories full of love against a society changing every day.

Counter-Espionage (1942)

America’s entry into World War II affected almost everybody, including retired jewel thief Michael Lanyard, aka The Lone Wolf! After numerous light-hearted adventures, this thrilling entry dials down the comedy somewhat as Lanyard – along with his faithful valet, Jamison - finds himself in bomb-ravaged London, having to track down Nazi agents as well clear himself for yet another crime he didn’t commit. The incomparable Warren William and Eric Blore are as delightful as ever, while the dumb cop roles are taken over by Thurston Hall and Fred Kelsey. Also on hand are Hillary Brooke, Forrest Tucker, Billy Bevan and a young Lloyd Bridges, all under the sturdy direction of the renowned Edward Dmytryk (The Caine Mutiny). Newly remastered.

Witches in Stitches (1997)

Witches In Stitches is an animated series that first aired in 1997. The film involves a group of very fun loving witches who seem to always get into trouble. The witches’ first round of trouble involves having them turn their sister into a pumpkin by accident. Things just get worse from there. The witches have to get their sister back before she fall prey to children, and the witches also go trick-or-treating. They also fly around a small town, and terrorize it in the process. Witches In Stitches is a thirty minute long short, and features Miki Mathioudakis, Will Gould, and Vonda Fuhrman.

Héritage perdu (2010)

When Pierre Mombin (Luc Saint Eloy) travels to a remote African kingdom to claim an inheritance, he discovers, through the prophecy of the former king's preserved skull, that he is the last male descendant of the royal family. As he learns more about his lineage from the trickster witch doctor, it becomes clear there is a a darker side to the prophecy that foretold his return. Meanwhile, in an attempt to secure peace between the northern and southern kingdoms, the southern king arranges a marriage between the princess and Mombin, but she has other plans. Will Mombin accept his heritage and the marriage proposal ?

Chihuly at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (2005)

Discover the history and the people behind Dale Chihuly's 2005 exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. From an early fascination with transparency in architecture to the birth of the Mille Fiori series, a forty-year journey culminates with a striking fusion of art, nature, and architecture as Chihuly's glass is installed on the vast grounds and in the glasshouses of the world's most respected garden. CHIHULY AT THE ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS, KEW tells the story of the artist's spectacular installation through Kew's three conservatories as well as outdoor gardens at this World Heritage Site. Innovative and intuitively beautiful, Chihuly's glass combines with the gardens and glasshouses of Kew to forge an unforgettable experience.

Twa Flight 800 (2013)

It’s been called the biggest accident investigation in aviation history... more than a decade and a half later, the crash of TWA Flight 800 is still shrouded in controversy. What caused the plane to explode 12 minutes after takeoff? Why haven’t the 230 victims’ death certificates been finalized, after all these years? In this shocking documentary, insiders from the original investigation join forces to put together the missing pieces of the puzzle – and blow the lid off an alleged multi-agency cover-up of what really happened. A thought-provoking documentary about the ill-fated Trans World Airline Flight 800 to Paris, France, which exploded on July 17, 1996 just 12 minutes after takeoff from JFK International Airport, killing all 230 people on board. The special features six former members of the official crash investigation breaking their silence to refute the officially proposed cause of the jetliner's demise and reveal how the investigation was systematically undermined.

How to Steal 2 Million (2011)

How to Steal 2 Million is a 2011 South African action drama film, written & directed by Charlie Vundla, produced by Karen E. Johnson, Jeremy Nathan, Mfundi Vundla and Michelle Wheatley and starring John Kani, Hlubi Mboya, Menzi Ngubane, Terry Pheto and Rapulana Seiphemo. The film received 11 nominations and won four awards at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2012, including the awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Best Achievement in Editing.

The Hard Man (1957)

Steve Burden is a former lawman released for bringing in too many wanted men dead. The aging Sheriff of El Solito wants Steve for his Deputy and Steve takes the job knowing the last outlaw he killed was framed in El Solito. Looking for the man that framed him it appears that Rice Martin who controls El Solito is his man and Steve is quickly in trouble when Martin sends a man to kill him.

Sharktopus (2010)

Sharktopus is a 2010 SyFy original horror/science fiction film produced by Roger Corman, directed by Declan O'Brien, and starring Eric Roberts. It is the first film in the Sharktopus franchise.

Napoli Dogs (2006)

Napoli Dogs is a documentary film about eight feral dogs belonging to their own street gang called The Napoli Dogs. Their territory is Naples and its surrounding areas. The whole film follows the dogs as they prove their survival as feral lapdogs of the city. The pack uses strategies and rituals that work on the residents as well as for their own safety. People are afraid of the pack if anyone tries to take over their territory. Those who own beautiful females fear the males of the pack who are quite persistent in their pursuits. Restaurant owners and pizza cooks look on as their customers toss steaks and other expensive foods to the dogs.

Dream Tower (1994)

With artists and educators jousting for position with motorcycle gangs and dealers in the same high-rise, Rochdale became a focal point for the best and worst dreams of the Canadian generation of baby boomers. Dream Tower depicts the delirious construction and deconstruction of a building that harboured some of the freest spirits in Canada.

Voulez-vous coucher avec God? (1972)

Voulez-vous coucher avec God? is a 1972 Canadian experimental film directed by Jack Christie and Michael Hirsh. Combining live-action and animation, the film is heavily steeped in late 1960s - early 1970s counterculture and features of a soundtrack of popular music from the period. It tells the story of a bigoted and war-crazed God, portrayed by Tuli Kupferberg, who sends an angel down to Earth to become President of the United States, leading to chaos.

S4 (2008)

It is 1952, and Captain Maxwell Carter, USMC, is having a bad day. Waking up naked in the middle of the freezing desert, an alien device around his neck, Carter is picked up by Capt. Jake Mason, an enigmatic Air Force officer assigned to transport him to a mysterious, anonymous military test facility in a remote section of Area 51. Mason, however, offers no clarity as to the situation, and Carter's ride begins. Once ensconced in the security of the test facility, Captain Carter learns that he is part of a nightmarish experiment - he is pregnant with an alien baby! "S4" follows the gestation of the Trugollion/Human hybrid infant and its effect on Carter (his sudden ability to read minds at random, his desire to consume live birds, his emotional break downs and mimicking of the hormonal instability associated with pregnancy), and the struggle of Captain Jake Mason, the stoic foil to Carter's emotional deterioration, to maintain his charge through the care and nurturing of the military's best test subject. Faced not only with an emotionally unstable, mind reading pregnant Marine, Mason must also cope with the manipulative Colonel Thadeus Drake, a career hungry Air Force doctor - mad scientist - evil administrator who seeks to entangle Mason in his twisted plans, and "Angie", the high level alien liaison from the Trugollion Empire. 'Angie' has been stuck on Earth awaiting her replacement since 1947, and finds herself 'going native' as her attraction to Jake Mason heats up. Sent to Earth in a pleasing human female form, Angie struggles with her desire to return to her home world and her lust for Captain Mason. Shot in black and white and with a simple, one camera technique that harkens perfectly back to the 1950's heyday of "B' movies and fun sci-fi, "S4" delights audiences in theatres and on DVD, and had already developed an avid following of viewers demanding "S4-2"!

Ashanti: Princess of Hip Hop Soul (2004)

As a young girl growing up in New York, Ashanti had her heart set on entertaining. Singing and dancing in front of her family, she dreamt of one day being a star. Now, that dream has become a reality. The Hip Hop Princess has graced the cover of nearly every major magazine and won numerous awards for writing and performing her own music. She has certainly come a long way since those days of performing in the living room. Take a ride with us as we explore the life of Ashanti - how she found music, and how music found her.

Go Tell It On The Mountain (1984)

Go Tell It on the Mountain is a 1984 American television film directed by Stan Lathan. It stars Paul Winfield, Rosalind Cash, Ruby Dee, Alfre Woodard, Douglas Turner Ward, C. C. H. Pounder, Kadeem Hardison, Giancarlo Esposito and Ving Rhames in his first film role. It is based on James Baldwin's novel of the same name.

Lucy Moves to NBC (1980)

After three decades of starring in a quartet of top-rated comedy series hits (I Love Lucy, The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour, The Lucy Show and Here's Lucy) on CBS-TV, Emmy awarded comedienne Lucille Ball comes out of retirement and teams with NBC. She's greeted by the network's biggest stars such as her old friend Bob Hope, The Tonight Show host Johnny Carson, Quincy star Jack Klugman and Diff'rent Strokes actor Gary Coleman, who portrays the network president. Film great Gene Kelly and Lucy's longtime TV boss Gale Gordon round out the cast.

Best Evidence: Top 10 UFO Sightings (2007)

This documentary film strives to present the audience with the ten best UFO sightings the world has ever seen. Using classic photographs, archived footage, and expert interview, each of the events is picked apart in an attempt to let the viewer decide whether or not the evidence is effectively presented. Hard hitting and in-depth, the film tries to answer the age of old question about humans being alone in the universe.

The Gateway Arch: A Reflection of America (2006)

People said that it would fall and that a poorly funded project would leave the nation with a half finished monument. In the end, it would become an international symbol of the United States. It is an architectural and design masterpiece that has touched everyone who has touched it. From the individuals who worked tirelessly to champion funding, to the Steel Workers who dangled 630 feet in the air during construction, it is a triumph that will forever mark the lives of those involved with it. It is... The Gateway Arch. The Gateway Arch: A Reflection of America chronicles for the first time the complete story of this great American symbol... from Thomas Jefferson, Lewis & Clark, and St. Louis' role in westward expansion; to the eventual construction of the largest stainless steel structure in history. The film is narrated by Academy Award-winner and St. Louis native Kevin Kline and produced by Civil Pictures, producers of the international award-winning documentary The World's Greatest Fair. Extensive research was conducted at archives across the United States to produce this documentary. Over 10,000 documents and images were examined, including Eero Saarinen's private papers and earliest conceptual drawings held at Yale University. The production team spent months tracking down long lost construction footage; transferred and seen here for the first time in digital cinema. The production team conducted countless behind-the-scenes interviews and 24 on-camera interviews over the course of two years. This process brought to light information previously unknown to the general public; including the fact that engineers feared the Arch would buckle when placing the final piece resulting in a catastrophic failure. Interviews with World Trade Center Memorial architect Daniel Libeskind, New York-based architecture critic Jayne Merkel, and Eero Saarinen's daughter Susan, give new insight into the genius of Saarinen's design as well as the fact

The Decoy (2006)

The Decoy (2006) is a western film that was shot in 2005 and finished in 2007 by Higgins/Kreinbrink Productions, an Arizona motion picture company. The film project started as a short film to showcase the talents of Justin Kreinbrink. The original script was only 35 pages long (one page on a script equals one minute of screen time). However the story features a main character who is mute, which makes each page last much longer. At the end of principal photography, they ended up with a 70-minute movie, mostly due to the amount of time needed to show the mute's reactions. Taking their film to the 2005 American Film Market, the producers were told by distributors to make the film at least 90 minutes. So in December 2005, several new scenes were shot for the film, bringing the total running time to just over 100 minutes. In the summer of 2006, The Decoy was previewed to a sell-out crowd of over 1,100 people at The Fox Theatre in Tucson, AZ. The Fox Theatre, which had recently reopened from a 30-year hiatus, had also not had a new western shown there in nearly as much time. At the 2006 American Film Market in November, the film was again shown to distributors. This time, four distributors expressed interest in the project. The company ended up signing with Echo Bridge Home Entertainment in April 2007 for Domestic (US) and Canadian DVD distribution.

The Bed (1998)

An erotically-charged drama by the late Park Chul-soo, intertwining stories of three characters whose joy, passion and despair played out on the same bed are tangled like a puzzle.

Video World (2013)

DocComTV Presents - Documentary filmmaker Ben Churchill returns to his hometown in Connecticut to capture Video World's final weeks and celebrate the dying culture of local video stores.

The Tradesmen (2011)

The Tradesmen: Making an Art of Work is a documentary film that follows a few daring individuals who decided to turn their hobbies into their career. The film depicts both the struggle and the satisfaction that comes with this type of endeavor.

Barney: Sharing Is Caring (2009)

The 2009 film Barney: Sharing is Caring puts the generosity of the infamous purple dinosaur on display for kids of all ages to watch and enjoy. A toy drive inspires Barney and company to donate their unused toys. Together, the children and dinosaurs learn to love the joy associated with sharing. With magical storytelling and captivating twists and turns, Barney teaches the joy that accompanies being courteous and giving.

In the Night (2012)

Jane tries to finish a play that is due the next day. She finally gets an idea and writes a story about actors that create their own show after they are abandoned by their director.

The Bench (2014)

A man enjoys sitting on a park bench every day until his solitude is interrupted by a woman.

Snegurochka (2014)

The movie titled, The Snow Maiden 2014, is a based on a Russian fairy tale and opera bearing the same name. The sun god is angered because frost and spring had a daughter together, and as a result has prolonged winter for several years. The daughter, approaching young adulthood wishes to find life and love among the mortals. Themes of love, spring and death are developed throughout this family-fun animated tale.

The Film Crew: Wild Women of Wongo (2007)

Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett - three of the brilliantly insane minds behind Mystery Science Theater 3000 - finally reunite to unleash their warped sense of humor on the cinema of yesteryear as The Film Crew. Charged with the task of giving all movies their own commentary, the Film Crew valiantly steps forward to tackle the best of the worst, continuing with Wild Women Of Wongo. Thanks to a cruel experiment by Mother Nature and Father Time, the beautiful women of the lush, tropical island of Wongo are led to believe the only men who exist are the horribly ugly, ape-like creatures that live on the other side of the island. That is, until they set eyes on the handsome prince from a neighboring island, where all of the men are equally gorgeous! Meanwhile, the beastly men of Wongo, on their way to select their mates, are unhappy about the island's recent arrival.

So, You've Downloaded a Demon (2007)

Miranda and Cat will do almost anything to get back into their college witch coven. Lured to a mysterious website that promises to grant any wish but unwilling to pay the price of admission - their souls - the girls turn to Dave, a goofy but lovable candidate for student body president, and computer geek Brian, his roommate-cum-campaign manager, to help them hack in. But the website's demon possesses Dave, changing him from doofus into a demonic and diabolical political machine. A botched do-it-yourself exorcism, an uncooperative priest and a vindictive rival coven witch leader (Xenia Seeberg of "Lexx") have the students in deep holy water as they try to rescue their friend.

Pecados de una profesora (2008)

Mayra Beltran lost the love of her life in a tragic accident. From then on, she took refuge in the bitterness and the loneliness. But the destiny gives her a new opportunity to discover the force of love and passion in the arms of a young boy, Abel. A huge passion develops between Mayra and her inexperienced lover. The age differences do not matter until Mayra discovers that the boy is one of her students. Things get worse when Abel's ex-girlfriend decides to do all that is possible to rekindle their love and to separate him from the arms of the sensual and attractive professor.

Ghoulies IV (1994)

Little demons protect a Los Angeles policeman (Peter Liapis) from his ex-girlfriend (Stacie Randall) who's trying to turn him evil.

Caesar the Conqueror (1962)

Caesar the Conqueror (Italian: Giulio Cesare, il conquistatore delle Gallie) is a 1962 Italian film directed by Tanio Boccia. The scenario is based on Julius Caesar's Commentarii de Bello Gallico.

Captured in Chinatown (1935)

Captured in Chinatown is a 1935 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.

Liza's At The Palace (2009)

The full two-hour performance of Liza Minnelli's 2009 Tony Award-winning concert, LIZA'S AT THE PALACE, is available only on this special collector's edition. This exciting midnight performance was recorded at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on October 1, 2009. Act One features favorite songs by Ms. Minnelli, including Cabaret, Maybe This Time, What Makes a Man a Man, and My Own Best Friend. A first act highlight is Liza's special rendition of the Palace Medley, originally sung by her mother, Judy Garland, at the Palace Theatre in 1951. Liza adds a new personal musical introduction to the fond remembrance of famous vaudevillians. Act Two is very special tribute to Liza's godmother, Kay Thompson, a groundbreaking singer-dancer, songwriter, and vocal arranger/coach at the MGM studios in the 1940's. Bonus Features A heart to heart conversation between Liza Minnelli and her director-choreographer Ron Lewis.

Motel, Glimpse (2005)

As a teenager, Lee fled his hometown in the American Midwest. Six years later he returns, a strange kind of ghost seeking haunt in his mother's basement, seeking the other who resides there-Ready, his brother.Ready's plans for Lee and himself include a landscape business, a rock n' roll band, a new truck, girlfriends, big bucks and late nights of high life. Getting it together. But the biggest plan involves partnership with the mysterious Stuze.Hunt some arrowheads down by the creek, fall heel over head. Look into the past, the future. Look into her eyes. Trip to California.

Rosie O'Donnell: A Heartfelt Standup (2015)

Rosie gives a standup performance about hating her teens, having her 5th baby & dealing with major health scares in her family. She discusses issues we all face with her signature humor & candor. She also sheds light on the topic of Women & heart disease. She wants to bring awareness to women that it is their number one killer. Her acronym HEPPP alerts women to the symptoms of heart attack. Hot, Exhausted, Pain, Pale, Puke. Rosie warns of the importance to use these symptoms as signs to call 911 immediately.

Dealin' With Idiots (2013)

Dealin' with Idiots is an 2013 American film written and directed by Jeff Garlin, who also stars. It was distributed by IFC Films and released on July 12, 2013.

Can U Feel It: The UMF Experience (2012)

Ultra Music Festival Miami is the world's premiere electronic music festival. Every year with Miami Music Week all the major EDM artists and fans from around the world collide in Miami for this ultimate experince in dance music.

The Final Prophecies (2010)

Historian Ronnie Cohen and others examine biblical prophecies and tie them into possible evidence that Earth's days are numbered.

Rethink Afghanistan (2009)

Rethink Afghanistan is a 2009 documentary by Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films, about the US military presence in Afghanistan following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Produced and released eight years into the war, at a time when Congress was considering sending tens of thousands of new troops to Afghanistan, the film asks the American public to reconsider basic questions about the conflict, such as how much will it cost, in lives and money? How long will Americans troops be there? How do we know if we’ve won? What is our exit strategy? The film was initially made available for free, online, in six consecutive chapters. This staggered release allowed the filmmakers to stay atop an ever-changing news cycle. Greenwald characterized it as “the first real-time documentary.”

Marcus (2014)

Interviews and performance footage illustrate filmmaker Patrick Savey's profile of legendary bass player Marcus Miller.

Eidolon (2015)

A new chapter in experimental horror begins with Eidolon, the debut of writer/ director Jeremy Magnan. Revolving around a memorable cast of characters that both echo and modernize classic archetypes, the film takes inspiration from the classics of all genres while combining a distinctive technical method and film theory. The story involves Ray Fowler who arrives at a house owned and rented out by landlord Brian Moorland to question him about the disappearance of Kelly Crowlar. Fowler soons finds out that Kelly is the latest in a string of disappeances that have occurred at the location, and Moorland can only speculate as to what may have happened. Eidolon is a new take on the horror genre, an experimental approach that is sure to shock you, toss you some laughs, and get you thinking.

Fagbug (2009)

Fagbug is a Volkswagen New Beetle owned by Erin Davies of Syracuse, New York, who, in response to graffiti on her car, embarked on a trans-American road trip to raise awareness of LGBT rights.

Don Pasquale (2006)

A night at the opera, with a comic jewel in the great tradition of the Neapolitan opera buffa: Donizetti's elegant take on the genre, with the verve of baritone Simone Alaimo and the virtuosity of soprano Patrizia Ciofi. Close to sixty, wealthy fuddy-duddy Don Pasquale is maddened by the idea that when he dies, all his worldly goods will go to his nephew Ernesto, whom he regards as a simpleton: hasn't the young man fallen for Norina, charming but without a penny to her name? So Don Pasquale decides to get married himself, and produce deserving heirs. Doctor Malatesta, a family friend, introduces him to his sister, Sofronia: submissive, virtuous and hardworking, she seems to be just what Don Pasquale wants. Alas, after the wedding, the new wife turns into an insufferable shrew and a flighty spendthrift. A comic masterpiece, Don Pasquale stands out as the final flowering of the Neapolitan opera buffa from which Donizetti borrowed his characters: the old fool, the saucy soubrette, the Dr Headache who always chips in at the wrong moment, and the thwarted lovers who finally have their way. Yet here the composer also adds in all his elegance and subtlety, giving his main character a depth reminiscent of the novels of Balzac. When he composed his opera in 1843, Donizetti, then aged forty-six, was in dire personal straits: ill and soon to become paralysed, he had lost his wife, parents and three of his children to a cholera epidemic. How he found the strength to write this wittily exhilarating gem is the great mystery of a work that remains enormously popular on stages around the world.

Come Out And Play (2012)

Come Out and Play is a 2012 Mexican horror film produced, shot, edited, written, and directed by Makinov. The film stars Vinessa Shaw and Ebon Moss-Bachrach. Beth (Vinessa Shaw) and Francis (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), a young married couple, are on holiday together when they venture to a beautiful, but highly remote, island. Beth is pregnant and the two are hoping to enjoy their last vacation before their baby is born. When they arrive, they notice that while there are plenty of children present, the adults all seem to be missing. Initially attributing this to the after effects of a recent festival, they quickly realize something far more sinister is afoot. The two will face terror and unsettling difficult decisions in their quest to make it off the island alive. It is a virtual shot-for-shot remake of "Who Can Kill A Child?" (aka Island Of The Damned), a 1976 Spanish horror movie.

Who Cares? (2014)

Filmmaker Mara Mouro finds people with simple solutions for hard issues that the world faces.

Whitesnake: Made in Japan (2013)

Whitesnake’s “Made In Japan” concert in stunning HD, filmed during their headline show at the Loud Park festival at Saitama Super Arena, Tokyo, during their 2011 Forevermore World Tour.

No Deposit, No Return (1976)

No Deposit, No Return is a 1976 comedy film directed by Norman Tokar. It was written by Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson. It is the story of two children (Tracy and Jay) who hold themselves for ransom, reluctantly aided by a couple of inept petty criminals, an expert safecracker (Duke) who somehow never manages to steal anything, and his bungling sidekick (Bert).

Never on Tuesday (1989)

Never on Tuesday is a 1989 American comedy film written and directed by Adam Rifkin. The film was released on VHS Video rental by Paramount Home Entertainment in 1989 and was originally slated to be re-released in the United States on DVD format through City Light Entertainment before the company went out of business.

The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit (1995)

Inspired by the Beatrix Potter children’s story and filled with colorful animation, The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit follows the young, mischievous cottontail rabbit on his latest adventure. He has always been inspired by tall tales and will tell anyone within an earshot the latest one he has heard. One day, Peter Rabbit runs into Mr. McGregor’s hungry cat, causing him to tell one tale too many. After all, mother always warned Peter Rabbit to stay out of Mr. McGregor’s garden. Peter is ever the persistent rabbit and goes there anyway. He knows that sometimes you have to follow your heart and take chances and explore the world around you, much to the dismay of his mother. He also believes that his sisters have been moved to Zanzibar, a place 30 miles away, which puts him into action on a memorable tale of his own. Peter is aided by the assistance of his cousin Benny, a chatty field mouse, a bright squirrel, a hilarious chipmunk, and an adorable cat named Perky, each filled with plenty of personality. After all, adventures are always more fun when you have a group of friends by your side to help you along the way. They know that when they work together, they can overcome anything that is thrown their way, no matter how big or how small. Peter Rabbit is on the biggest adventure of his life, but is soon faced with some obstacles along the way in the form of a crafty fox, hungry cat, and hot-tempered hedgehog. Peter Rabbit and his friends better watch out! Before long, Peter realizes that doing the right thing is the only thing to do and with your friends by your side, anything is possible. He realizes the importance of friendship, kindness, and working together for a common goal.

Nazis At The Center Of The Earth (2012)

Nazis at the Center of the Earth is a direct-to-video sci-fi film produced by The Asylum that stars Dominique Swain and Jake Busey. It was released on April 24, 2012 on Blu-ray Disc and DVD. The United Kingdom release was called Bloodstorm. The Lexikon des internationalen Films considers the film a rip-off (mockbuster) aimed at exploiting the "hype" surrounding the film Iron Sky.

The Night Caller (1998)

A disturbed listener (Tracy Nelson) desperately seeks a relationship with a sensitive, sage radio psychologist (Shanna Reed).

Sud Vikal (2008)

East Los Angeles has its nights filled with blood and darkness as Vampiros from a distant dimension are on the loose. Blanca, a Mexican American girl, is being chased by Sexicana, a very hot Vampira who wants nothing more than to kill Blanca for sexual pleasure. One night Blanca meets Casanova Vladimires (Damian Chapa) who falls in love with her and becomes her protector. During Blanca's stay with Casanova, he teaches her all the secrets of the evil Vampiros and how they want to destroy Casanova because he is half human and has the ability to procreate, which would ruin the pure DNA of the Vampiro line. Blanca helps Casanova fight off the evil Vampiros not knowing that Casanova has kept a secret from Blanca.

New Town Killers (2008)

New Town Killers is a British drama film written and directed by Richard Jobson, starring James Anthony Pearson and Dougray Scott. New Town Killers follows two business men, portrayed by Dougray Scott and Alastair Mackenzie, who play macabre cat and mouse games with people from the fringes of society. The film was an official selection for both The Times BFI London Film Festival, 2008 and The International Thessaloniki Film Festival, 2008.

Bazaar (1982)

Bazaar is a 1982 Indian drama film directed by Sagar Sarhadi and starring Naseeruddin Shah, Farooq Shaikh, Smita Patil and Supriya Pathak. The film set in Hyderabad, India, highlights the issue of bride buying in India, through the tragedy of a young girl being sold by needy parents to affluent expartraite Indians in the Gulf.

Who's Afraid of Happy Endings? (2007)

Get an insider's view of the romance world and follow the stories of three romance writers who try to maneuver their way to the top of this extremely competitive industry.

Once Upon a Wheel (1971)

Once Upon a Wheel is a 1971 ABC television documentary on the history of auto racing. It was hosted by Paul Newman and was directed and produced by David Winters. A racing enthusiast, Newman narrated this hour-long documentary on the history of auto racing. Joining Newman was Mario Andretti, Kirk Douglas, Hugh Downs, Dean Martin, Cesar Romero, Dick Smothers and many others. TV Guide featured an article on the program as well as Newman on the cover in the April 17, 1971 issue. The film was released to home video by Monterey Media.

Before We Were Kings (2015)

When We Were Kings stars Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. These are two of the most notorious boxers in heavyweight champion history. George Foreman is the current heavy weight champion and Muhammad Ali is deemed by the people to be done with boxing due to his age. Don King offers each of them five thousand dollars to fight each other. Once the two boxers decide to fight, Don King must find the money he has promised each of them, by getting backed from the ruler of Zaire. Muhammad has the love of the people in Zaire, but Foreman has been unsuccessful in gaining their love and trust. With James Brown and B. B. King performing in Zaire, this is the first opportunity for Don King to show the nation his true talent. The Black Woodstock festival is seen in this movie before the main event between Ali and Foreman, which adds an important soulful taste to this time period. One of Ali's famous moves, known as "rope-a-dope" causes Foreman to waste his energy and ends the fight in the eighth round with a total knockout. A move called "right-hand lead" was used in all of the previous rounds to wear Foreman down, but this move is not often used, due to the fact that it sets a boxer up for an effortless takedown. In return it worked in Ali's favor, because Foreman did not expect it. Ali is known for his quickness and the use of the ropes to his advantage to downplay the treacherous punches he takes from Foreman. In the end, Ali defeats Foreman and takes title as heavy weight champion, which was his to start with before it was taken from him for dodging the draft during the Vietnam War.

Fractured Minds (2011)

A couple hits the road for a weekend getaway, hoping to restore their malfunctioning marriage. Their hope, however, turns into despair when the most desired getaway soon becomes a fight for survival as the couple is taken hostage by a psychotic serial killer. Now more than ever, they will require each others strength and love to find a way to escape.

Beauty and Brains (2010)

What would you do to stop abuse being part of your everyday life? To be third-gender in Nepal means a choice of three careers; giving blessing at weddings, begging or prostitution. They are excluded from family and school, are prey to security forces, blackmail and sexual abuse. However, as Nepal attempts to write a new constitution there is a chance of change. In order to be heard above the clamour and civil unrest, the third-genders with Sunil Pant and the Blue Diamond Society embarked on the Beauty and Brains Talent Contest. This is the story of a community gaining the confidence to confront prejudice and tell society they are natural human beings.

The Journey (1997)

Following the death of his wife, Kishan (Roshan Seth) moves from India to live with his son, Raj (Antony Zaki), and his family in Pittsburgh. There's immediate tension between Kishan and his daughter-in-law, Laura (Carrie Preston), who resents the old man's old world values. But he strikes up a tender friendship with his granddaughter, Jenny (Nora Bates). While her parents rarely spend time with Jenny, Kishan has countless hours to devote to educating and entertaining his sole companion.

Sherlock Holmes And The Shadow Watchers (2011)

A prostitute is brutally murdered by a psychopath, while a group of masked men watch from the shadows. Time is ticking and bodies are piling-up as the great Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, go deep into London's underbelly in search of the Shadow Watchers.

The Hunters (2011)

Alice (Dianna Agron) and her friends are approaching the end of the school year, when their dead-end lives will end and the chance of a new life will begin. Before heading off to college, they spend one last day together in the woods, the one part of town that has always been off-limits to them growing up. As they stumble upon what they thought was an abandoned fort, only to find the walls dripping in blood and decomposing body parts lying around, they are startled to learn they are now a part of an undercover investigation. After being told to get out of the woods, they realize they’re trapped, for The Hunters, who call the fort home, never let anyone out alive!

His Name Was Jason: 30 Years Of Friday The 13Th (2009)

Jason Voorhees has carved his place into American pop culture and is one of the most recognizable cinematic killer in horror history. Now nearly, 30 years later, see how it all happened! With over 100 interviews with cast and crew, behind the scenes footage and dozen of film clips spanning the entire Friday the 13th series leading up to the 2/13/09 remake, there is no better way to get up close and personal with one of the most feared icons of our generation. Shut off the lights, lock up the cabin and get ready to learn all about a boy... His Name Was Jason.

The Black Eyed Peas: The Beginning of the E.N.D. (2013)

The Black Eyed Peas have been one of the best selling and most popular groups for over a decade. Creating albums that are more innovative than the last, they have transformed themselves from the West Coast Underground into global superstars.

Hitting the Nuts (2010)

An outrageous group of misfits including an Amish farmer strive to "hit the nuts" in an annual illegal poker championship in Scott County, Indiana.

Wingrave (2007)

Wingrave is an Egyptian horror film. It was written and directed by Ahmed Khalifa and stars Ashraf Hamdi, Diana Brauch, and Karim Higazy. It was the first English-Language Egyptian feature film in history. The film was designed as a tribute to Gothic literature, Expressionist Cinema, and the ghost story genre.