Jump Into Hell (1955)
Jump into Hell is a 1955 war film directed by David Butler. The film stars Jacques Sernas (billed as "Jack Sernas") and Kurt Kasznar. The first contemporary Hollywood war film of the war in Indochina, the story is a fictionalized account of the Battle of Dien Bien Phu.
Sol Lewitt (2012)
The life and work of the artist.
Buried Land (2010)
Ordinary people try to realize their dreams.
Burning Secret (1988)
Burning Secret is a 1988 drama film, based on the short story Brennendes Geheimnis by Stefan Zweig, about an American diplomat's son who befriends a mysterious baron while staying at an Austrian spa during the 1920s. This symbol-filled story, filmed with sensuous detail and nuance, is set in Austria in the 1920s. While being treated for asthma at a country spa, an American diplomat's lonely 12-year-old son is befriended and infatuated by a suave, mysterious baron. During a story of his war experiences, the baron reveals the scar of a wound from an American soldier and thrusts a pin through it, saying "see-- no feeling." Little does the boy realize that it is his turn to be wounded. But soon his adored friend heartlessly brushes him aside and turns his seductive attentions to his mother. The boy's jealousy and feelings of betrayal become uncontrollable. The film was written and directed by Andrew Birkin, and stars Klaus Maria Brandauer, Faye Dunaway, and David Eberts. The film won the Young Jury Prize at the Brussels Film Festival in 1989, and David Eberts won the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival in the same year. Lions Gate Home Entertainment has released the film onto DVD.
California Collection (2015)
California Collection is the ultimate compilation of four HD and 4K surf films on California starring John John Florence and Dane Reynolds. The best parts of A Wedge To Remember, Uprising, California Republic and California Unfiltered.
Carlos Mencia: The Best of Funny Is Funny (2007)
Carlos Mencia, one of the most popular comedians in the country, as many have never seen him! This is a rare and unique compilation of his best materials from the ground-breaking show 'Funny is Funny'. Witness how his audacity and boldness has and continues to captivate audiences today through his many TV specials and shows with his insightful perception and surefire delivery. Mencia addresses a variety of subjects, including ethnic stereotypes, racism and people's inability to laugh at themselves. And this is where his boldness and guts come right through the screen forcing us to first, LAUGH, and then look at ourselves.
Cavedigger is a 2013 documentary film by Jeffrey Karoff.
Celluloid Bloodbath: More Prevues from Hell (2012)
Horror stars discuss clips from the golden era of grind-house films.
Change is a feature documentary about the Barack Obama - John McCain United States presidential election, 2008 directed by Matteo Barzini and produced by Feel Film. It premiered May 15, 2010 at Rome Independent Film Festival. It was later distributed by Cinecittà Luce.
Ghost Month (2009)
Alyssa begins having nightmarish visions during the Chinese calendar's seventh month when the dead return to the mortal world to raise hell.
Give Up Tomorrow (2011)
The legal system in the Philippines is put to the test after a member of a powerful family is accused of murder.
Ground Operations: Battlefields to Farmfields (2013)
Sgt. Adam Burke founds the Veterans Farm, a place of emotional solace and job training in organic blueberry production for disabled veterans.
Grow Up, Tony Phillips (2013)
Grow Up, Tony Phillips is a 2013 comedy film by American director Emily Hagins and her fourth feature film. It was first released on October 31, 2013 at the South by Southwest film festival and stars Tony Vespe as Tony Phillips, a young teenager's love for Halloween. Unlike her prior feature-length films, Grow Up, Tony Phillips does not feature any supernatural elements seen in past films such as Pathogen or My Sucky Teen Romance.
Twenty young people live an agrarian lifestyle while learning to be sustainable farmers.
How To Beat A Bully (2015)
After being targeted by some bullies, a boy tells them his father is in the mob. After the town's real mobsters hear the rumor, they start shenanigans with his dad.
How To Change The World (2015)
In 1971, a group of friends sail into a nuclear test zone, and their protest captures the world's imagination. Using never before seen archive that brings their extraordinary world to life, How To Change The World is the story of the pioneers who founded Greenpeace and defined the modern green movement.
How to Cook Your Life (2007)
Zen Master and Renowned Chef Edward Espe Brown is captured on film as he guides students through the mastery of cooking and the importance of how we treat our food. Heartwarming, insightful and often surprising.
I Am Thor (2015)
100% True. 100% Real. 1000% Metal. Jon Mikl Thor was a bodybuilding, steel bending, brick smashing rock star in the 70’s & 80’s whose theatrical band THOR hit the scene alongside Metallica and Kiss, but never achieved the gold record status of its contemporaries. After a brief but memorable film career saw him starring in the cult classics Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare and Zombie Nightmare, Thor all but disappeared from the entertainment map. But ten years into retirement, and incapable of living like a normal mortal human being, Thor attempts a comeback to achieve the level of success that had eluded him his entire career – a comeback that nearly kills him. Tracing the rise, fall, and rebirth of a determined performer over the course of a career that has seen more than its fair share of highs and lows, I AM THOR paints a fascinating and sometimes unbelievable portrait of this larger-than-life icon.
Impact Point (2008)
The only thing that Kelly Reyes (Melissa Keller)
has ever thought about was playing beach volleyball. Until one day when a mysterious reporter named Holden, played by Brian Austin Green, comes into her life and strange events start to happen to her, as well as the people around her. As Kelly becomes skeptical of Holden, she must maintain focus on what has always been essential to her and play beach volleyball at her highest level. Is she being paranoid, or is there something darker to this mystery man? This sexy and obsessive thriller will keep you hoping for more.
It's Dark Here (2013)
“It’s Dark Here” is a true story that revolves around the Tennies’ Family, and the horrific events that took place in their life. The film is about the closeness of the family unit, and the pain that they all endure as a result of their son Jason’s sudden Schizophrenic break. The film illustrates the reality of mental illness, which takes over their son, Jason Tennies, played by Bubba Lewis. It displays what happens to countless families going through the same agony. The film is told in an electrifying, artistic fashion with Jason’s music beautifully displayed throughout. It is a majestic movie that will leave audiences with a deeper understanding of mental health issues. The cast includes William Mapother as Jason’s father David Tennies, and Illeana Douglas as Jason’s mother, Linda Tennies. It is a true story that needs to be told, and will resonate with generations to come.
It's Not a Date (2014)
After a disastrous date, a young nurse (Leah Huebner) kidnaps the man (Mischa Pollack) for a series of bizarre humiliations.
Chasing the Devil (2014)
The mysterious suicide of Patrick McCord’s sister prompts him to enlist paranormal investigators to look into her death, and unwittingly brings the wrath of an evil entity upon them, leaving their found footage as the only survivor.
Cougar Hunting (2011)
Three buddies go to Aspen to spice up their love lives by dating older women.
Dark Night Of The Scarecrow (1981)
Dark Night of the Scarecrow is a 1981 American made-for-television slasher film directed by veteran novelist Frank De Felitta from a script by J.D. Feigelson. Feigelson's intent had been to make an independent feature, but his script was bought by CBS for television; despite this, only minor changes were made to the original screenplay.
Days of Grace (2011)
A cop, a hostage and a wife fight to survive during three Soccer World Cups.
Deep Dark Canyon (2013)
Deep Dark Canyon is a 2012 American independent dramatic thriller film by husband and wife writer/director team Abe Levy and Silver Tree. The film stars Ted Levine, Nick Eversman and Spencer Treat Clark. The film was originally called Lawless and was shot on location in the rural town of Guerneville, California.
Deeper Than Yesterday (2010)
After three months submerged underwater, the men have become savages. Oleg fears that losing perspective may mean losing himself.
Different Drum (2013)
A directionless musician and his pregnant ex-girlfriend embark on a road trip that will take them from South Dakota to Indiana to attend a wedding.
Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar (2014)
Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar is a 2014 Punjabi Family drama film directed by Manjeet Maan featuring Gurdas Maan, Neeru Bajwa, Jassi Gill, Manav Vij and Rajiv Thakur.
Dirty Dirty Jokes (1984)
A stand-up concert featuring six of the most hilarious comedians around. Hosted by Redd Foxx, the topic of the evening is sex in all of its funny forms. Not for the easily offended!
Dolphin Lover (2015)
Malcolm Brenner, human, and his romantic relationship with Dolly, bottlenose dolphin.
The life and work of a master of Brazilian music.
Terror strikes when a volcanic eruption releases ancient dragons.
John, a retired soldier, buys a remote ranch and encounters a beautiful elf princess and a Native American mystic. When orcs invade his property, John gives up his isolation to stop the creatures from unleashing dark magic in the world.
Rock Slyde (2010)
Rock Slyde is a 2009 comedy film written and directed by Chris Dowling, and produced by Will Wallace, Josh Young, and Milan Chakraborty. This independent production stars Patrick Warburton, Andy Dick, Rena Sofer, and Elaine Hendrix and is Mr. Dowling's full-feature directing debut.
Romans Road (2012)
Romans Road is a zany heartfelt comedy about five women living on a secluded military base. Together they learn to enjoy the journey and seize each day. There goes the neighborhood!
Shuruaat Ka Interval (2014)
Shuruaat Ka Interval is a 2014 Indian collaborative feature film directed by a team of eight filmmakers including Aarti S. Bagdi, Amrit Raj Gupta, Atanu Mukherjee, Ankit Tripathi, Krishan Hooda, Palash Vaswani, Rukshana Tabassum, Shishir Jha.
Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure (2011)
Friends accidentally create the world's first viral video when they record fighting neighbors.
Slip & Fall (2011)
Slip & Fall is a 2011 American film released starring William Forsythe, Andrew Divoff and Zofia Gozynska and directed by Marc Collucci.
South Beach Academy (1996)
Brothers (Corey Feldman, Keith Colouris) come to the aid of their uncle (Al Lewis), who bet his Miami beach-sports school on a fixed volleyball game.
SPEAK THE MUSIC: ROBERT MANN AND THE MYSTERIES OF CHAMBER MUSIC (2013)
The life and music of violinist and founding member of the Juilliard String Quartet.
Winner of audience and jury awards at film festivals across the country, Speedo is an original American love story set amidst the dangerous, bare-knuckled world of demolition derby. Hailed as "highly enjoyable" (Variety) and "an instant cult classic" (Film Threat), Speedo kicks up the dirt surrounding Ed "Speedo" Jager, one of the nation's top "demo" daredevils. A Long Island garage mechanic by day, the lanky-haired Speedo spends his free time at work, compulsively rebuilding his pieced-together wrecks before each competition: "It's an addiction," he says, "like nitro-methane through your veins." But as a hobby turns into an obsession, Speedo's marriage of twenty years begins to deteriorate like a junkyard Cadillac, which only fuels his raceway rages. Will a developing crush with a female track official finally bring peace to this hell on wheels? With a riveting vérité style, director Jesse Moss compassionately captures Speedo's collisions and confrontations on and off the track during one tumultuous year. From the fiery thrills of the metal monsters in action to the intimate dramas between a dysfunctional family and a budding romance, Speedo is what you'd call a high-octane crowd-pleaser!
Spirit of the Marathon II (2013)
Runners from around the world train and run in a marathon on the streets of Rome.
Strawberry Shortcake: Get Well Adventure (2003)
It's the first day of spring in Strawberryland, at least it's supposed to be, but with the cold winds blowing and frost on the ground it looks as though spring isn't going to come this year.
Strawberry Shortcake: Let's Dance (2007)
Strawberry Shortcake: Let's Dance is an animated film released in September 2007, based on the namesake American Greetings property. This is the third theatrical release from DiC Entertainment in the 2000s.
Stuck Between Stations (2011)
Casper, a soldier home on bereavement leave, gets as second chance to make an impression on his childhood crush Rebecca, a promising grad student whose career hangs by a thread. While they drift through the streets of Minneapolis, they have one night to find themselves falling in love and falling apart.
Sukkah City (2013)
Author Joshua Foer starts a competition to design radical sukkahs.
Surprise Cinema (2000)
An outrageous parody of "Candid Camera" featuring, among others wacky stunts, a man having sex with an octopus.
The Arm (2013)
In an attempt to keep up with social pressure in a technologically advanced world, Chance starts a texting relationship with Genevieve - a girl he meets at a yogurt shop. But when Genevieve dies while texting and driving it forces Chance to realize he was never in a relationship at all.
Just Peck (2009)
Just Peck is a 2009 American comedy film directed by Michael A. Nickles and written by Marc Arneson.
Justice for Sergei (2010)
The death in prison of Sergei Magnitsky, a young Russian lawyer, remains one of the darkest scandals in the blotchy history of Russia's criminal justice system. As the US lock horns with Russia, pushing ahead with their controversial 'Magnitsky Act' and suspicions continue to swirl around the death of businessman Perepilichnyy, this doc offers unique access to the full details of Magnitsky's alarming story.
Kenny Loggins: Outside from the Redwoods (1994)
The Emmy-nominated Outside: From The Redwoods features an intimate set by Kenny Loggins packed with new arrangements of his greatest hits. Includes new versions of Footloose, Celebrate Me Home and This is It with special guest Michael McDonald.
King of the Game (2014)
A drug runner attempts to leave his life of crime.
Knock 'Em Dead (2014)
A killer stalks the set when three rival actresses reunite for a horror movie.
Larry the Cable Guy's Hula-Palooza Christmas Luau (2009)
Never one to settle for just another Larry Christmas, Larry The Cable Guy makes a mad dash to the Islands to escape his eccentric family and get some peace of mind. But things are never what they seem as Larry lands on the enchanted island of Hula Poola and the holiday hilarity ensues. Packed with plenty of skits, music, and all-around good cheer, Larry The Cable Guy's Hula-Palooza Christmas Luau is feel-good fun for the entire family and a great way to add some Git-R-Done to the Christmas season!
Larry the Cable Guy's Star-Studded Christmas Extravaganza (2008)
Celebrate the season in redneck style with Larry and his pals in his second annual Christmas special. Joining him are co-host Tony Orlando and a diverse roster of special guests including fellow Blue Collar comics Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall, plus Jay Leno, Lewis Black, Terry Bradshaw, Toby Keith, and more. Featuring hilarious sketches, pre-taped segments and musical performances, the show is an homage to/parody of '70s holiday specials. "We had so much fun last year we thought we'd try doing it every year," says Larry. "Lucky for us, CMT liked it too."
Larry the Cable Guy: Tailgate Party (2010)
In the last decade Larry The Cable Guy has covered thousands of miles and performed before millions of people but nothing can compare to the Husker homecoming he received for the taping of Tailgate Party on July 4, 2009. Live on stage before 52,000 of Nebraska's finest fans at memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Larry The Cable Guy delivers the performance of a lifetime to what may arguably be the largest stand-up comedy audience ever assembled in North America. And though the scope and scale of the event may be enormous, Larry still finds a way to make that intimate and personal connection with his fans who came from far and wide to be part of this very special event.
Last Fast Ride: The Life, Love And Death Of A Punk Goddess (2011)
Punk rocker Marian Anderson gains notoriety for her outlandish antics.
Madison County (2012)
Madison County is a 2011 horror film directed and written by Eric England. The film was first released on October 17, 2011. It stars Colley Bailey, Matt Mercer, and Ace Marrero as a group of college kids out to interview an author of a true crime book, only to end up targeted by a killer.
Mariachi High (2012)
Mariachi High was a made for television movie that aired in 2012 on PBS. It was a documentary that followed a mariachi group from a high school that was located in South Texas for a year. The group was made up of Hispanic American students and were known locally for their highly inspiring sound and ensemble.
Mayor Cupcake (2011)
A hard working baker is unexpectedly elected mayor of her town and relies on her street smarts to clean up the town.
A brilliant scientist (Sean Connery) is summoned to Washington by NASA to prevent a huge meteor from smashing the earth in six days. The only chance to destroy the meteor is to work with the Soviets, revealing to them top secrets.
Mickey Down Under (1948)
Mickey, in the Australian bush, throws a boomerang that gets caught in Pluto’s mouth. Mickey then discovers an egg of an emu. Unfortunately, the parent chases him, but Pluto and the boomerang zoom into his path, leaving the emu all tangled. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.
Miles to Go (2012)
A writer from Los Angeles struggles to mend his failed relationship.
Mindwarp (released as Brain Slasher outside the United States) is a 1992 post-apocalyptic science fiction film, starring Bruce Campbell, Angus Scrimm, Marta Martin (credited as "Marta Alicia"), Elizabeth Kent, and Wendy Sandow. The film is notable as one of three produced by Fangoria's short-lived Fangoria Films label.
Mugabe And The White African (2009)
Mugabe and the White African is a 2009 documentary film by Lucy Bailey and Andrew Thompson. The film documents the lives of a white Zimbabwean family who run a farm in Chegutu, as they challenge the Fast Track land redistribution programme that redistributed white-owned estates, a legacy of colonialism and UDI, beginning in 2000. The film follows Mike Campbell, his son-in-law Ben Freeth, and their family as they challenge Robert Mugabe and the Zimbabwean government before the Southern African Development Community tribunal for racial discrimination and human rights violations. The film premiered in the UK on 21 October 2009 at the London Film Festival.
Murder Party (2007)
Murder Party is a 2007 American horror comedy film written, directed and shot by Jeremy Saulnier. It was shot in Brooklyn, New York. It was given the Audience Award for Best Feature at the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival and screened within such festivals as Maryland Film Festival.
My Future Baby (2012)
7.3 million Americans and 186 million people worldwide are currently struggling with fertility issues. In November 2009, the World Health Organization classified infertility as a disease.
For those thinking about starting a family, the actual physiology behind what makes it possible to have a baby is often a mystery. And yet this knowledge can be the difference between the family of one’s dreams, and a difficult if not impossible pregnancy.
In My Future Baby, the viewer will meet women and couples currently undergoing fertility treatment in hopes of getting pregnant or preserving their fertility for the future. World renowned fertility expert, Dr. John Jain, along with the top experts in the field of reproductive medicine, explains the latest breakthroughs in fertility options and treatments.
Advanced scientific procedures in modern fertility and their likelihood of success based on age and other health factors are explained candidly. With stunning 4D animations of inside the human body and micro-lens close-ups from the medical procedures themselves, My Future Baby illuminates fertility as it has never been seen before.
Neseli Hayat (2009)
Jolly Life (Turkish: Neşeli Hayat) is a 2009 Turkish comedy film, written and directed by Yılmaz Erdoğan, about a working class Turkish man who accepts a job as a Mall Santa. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 27, 2009 (2009-11-27), was screened in competition at the 29th International Istanbul Film Festival and was nominated in several categories at the 3rd Yeşilçam Awards. Writer, director and star Erdoğan says that the main character is between the worlds of the Westernized upper class Turks and the working class Turks in the east of the country.
Nightmare Code (2014)
After a programmer working on a top secret code suddenly turns violent, a new coder is brought in to find out what went wrong. The more he tries to unlock the secret of the code, the more it begins to affect him.
Nun of That (2009)
Sister Kelly Wrath is killed in a drive by and while in heaven becomes a vengeful killer trained by Moses, Gandhi, and Jesus.
One Wall: Kings of Coney Island (2013)
Talented handball players vie to win the National One Wall Handball Championship.
Open Sesame: The Story Of Seeds (2014)
Filmmaker M. Sean Kaminsky examines the need to protect seeds.
Paradise Waits (2015)
From the award-winning filmmaking crew that brought you 2014's Almost Ablaze, comes the story of one weird winter and the people who celebrate it... Paradise Waits - a ski and snowboard film.
Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds (2006)
Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds is a gay-themed romantic comedy film released in 2006. It is the sequel to Eating Out, and Jim Verraros, Rebekah Kochan, and Emily Brooke Hands reprise their roles from the original. The film debuted at the Outfest film festival before a limited theatrical release.
Elmo's World: Happy Holidays! (2002)
In the first-ever Elmo's World holiday special, Elmo is happily gearing up to celebrate Christmas. But what present will he give Dorothy, his beloved goldfish? As he searches for the perfect gift, Elmo is excited to learn that there are many different winter holidays. He discovers that Christmas, Chanukah, and Kwanzaa have much in common, too. His exploration sparks a journey to the North Pole, where Elmo meets Santa, who has some expert advice about the true spirit of Christmas - leading Elmo to the perfect gift for Dorothy!
Every Three Seconds (2014)
The lives of five regular people go from ordinary to extraordinary when they choose action over apathy.
Every Thing Will Be Fine (2015)
Every Thing Will Be Fine is a 2015 German drama film directed by Wim Wenders, written by Bjørn Olaf Johannessen and produced in 3D. It is Wenders’ first full-length dramatic feature in seven years. The film stars James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Rachel McAdams and Marie-Josée Croze. It premiered out of competition on February 10, 2015 at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. The film made its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2015. It was released in the United States in a limited release and through video on demand on December 4, 2015 by IFC Films
Everybody Street (2013)
The lives of New York's iconic street photographers.
Eyyvah Eyvah (2010)
Eyyvah Eyvah is a 2010 Turkish comedy film, directed by Hakan Algül, which stars Ata Demirer as a young clarinet player who travels to Istanbul in search of his estranged father. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on February 26, 2010 (2010-02-26), is one of the highest-grossing Turkish films of 2010 and was followed by the sequel Eyyvah Eyvah 2 (2011).
Family Party (2015)
Family Party is a 2015 coming of age comedy written and directed by Pari Mathur. The film stars Jaya Prasad, Vishal Vaidya, Jai Ahuja, Rahul Nalamasu, and Hunter Milano who are group of teens that decide to sneak out of a family event and go to a local concert. The film is currently available in all English-speaking territories on Netflix.
FDR: American Badass! (2012)
FDR contracts polio from a werewolf bite, but he still ends the Great Depression and Prohibition. When World War II breaks out, he teams up with other historical figures to fight the Nazis with his wheelchair of death.
Fire Over England (1937)
Alexander Korda creates a stirring adventure about the thrilling reign of England’s Elizabeth I. Laurence Olivier plays a young nobleman seeking revenge for the death of his father at the hands of the Spanish Inquisition. Warning Queen Elizabeth about an imminent invasion, she defeats Phillip of Spain by sinking the Spanish Armada.
Flesh on Fire: Addicted to a Dream (2012)
Actor Donnie Faught comes out of the backwoods of Arkansas and finds success in Los Angeles.
Based on the short story by Will Self.
For Ellen (2012)
For Ellen is a 2012 American drama film written, produced and directed by So Yong Kim. It stars Paul Dano, who also served as an executive producer.
For Heaven's Sake (1926)
Lloyd plays J. Harold Manners, a millionaire playboy who inadvertently contributes to a skid row mission (which is then named in his honor). He meets and falls in love with Hope (Jobyna Ralston), the mission pastor’s daughter, when he visits the mission to protest his name being used. Under her influence, Manners makes parishioners out of all the seedy characters and tough men of the neighborhood. When his idle club friends abduct him on his wedding day (believing they are preventing him from making a foolish mistake), Harold (with his inebriated groomsmen in tow) must race back to the mission so as not to miss his own wedding. The race-to-the-rescue sequence that climaxes For Heaven’s Sake on the double-decker open-top bus is one of Lloyd’s most memorable sequences.
Fray is a 2012 independent film starring Bryan Kaplan and Marisa Costa. It was written and directed by Geoff Ryan.
Fray was the winner of numerous awards during its film festival run, including Best Feature Film at both the UK Film Festival and the Arizona International Film Festival.
From the Files of Joseph Wambaugh: A Jury of One (1992)
An action-drama about an LAPD Homicide Detective and his struggles with gang related crime on the streets, the difficulties of working within the legal system and his own personal conflict about the accidental shooting death of a fellow officer.
Frozen Kiss (2009)
Frozen Kiss is a 2009 American drama film, supposedly based on a true story. It stars Cameron Goodman and Mimi Rogers.
Will it Happen Again? (1948)
(1948, aka CONFORM OR DIE) A poorly edited, yet intriguing documentary about Hitler and Mussolini. There are some interesting home movies of Eva Braun and her scantily-clad girlfriends swimming, too! More vivid is the gut-wrenching footage of Nazi atrocities (NO! we don't recommend this for the kids). Mussolini and other war criminals are also shown in death. Nightmarish to say the least. Dwain Esper supposedly had a hnad in it. Re-released in later years with footage of Mao added. 35mm.
Terry Pratchett: Living with Alzheimer's (2009)
Imagine your spouse of 40 years has been missing for hours, when he finally comes home, he has no idea where he was or what he was doing. This can be a defining moment, when you know something is wrong. Alzheimer's disease gradually destroys a person's ability to reason, remember, imagine and learn. And over time, cognitive abilities -- like being able to process information, or have abstract reasoning and problem solving skills--significantly decrease, leaving patients unable to perform simple tasks and function on their own. While there is no cure, Alzheimer's disease doesn't have to mean the end of a patient's independence. Getting treatment early and staying active may allow patients to continue doing things they've always enjoyed. This program is part of the award winning public television series Healthy Body, Healthy Mind.
King Of The Ants (2003)
King of the Ants is a 2003 American revenge film directed by Stuart Gordon, written by Charlie Higson, and starring Alex Pautler. It was adapted from Higson's novel of the same name.
Mister Scrooge to See You (2013)
Sent on a journey 170 years into the future, Scrooge encounters a world even colder and greedier than his own, a world that includes a young cutthroat businessman named Timothy Cratchit VI. Will Scrooge be able to turn Cratchit from his selfish ways and teach him the true meaning of Christmas?
Footage from around the world on the day Obama was elected President.
A Private's Affair (1959)
Three U.S. Army recruits have various romantic adventures while preparing to appear on a televised talent show.
A Rock and a Hard Place (2010)
A jailed man hatches a clever (and sinister) plan to rid the massive rock in his father's backyard after receiving his letter.
A Sense of Wonder (2009)
The program is an intimate reflection of author Rachel Carson's life as she emerges as America's most successful advocate for the natural world. Using many of Miss Carson's own words, it depicts Carson in the final year of her life. Carson recounts with both humor and anger the attacks by the chemical industry, the government, and the press as she focuses to get her message to Congress and the American people.
A Swan Lake (2014)
Alexander Ekman is an internationally acclaimed choreographer, recognized for his ability to pair wit and playfulness. His new full-length ballet A Swan Lake, nominated for a 2015 Benois de la Danse, takes a fresh look at Tchaikovsky's classic work.
A Wonderful Cloud (2015)
Katelyn travels to Los Angeles to wrestle control of a clothing company from Eugene, her ex. She quickly realizes he has more than business in mind, and they spend a weekend trying to figure out if they have a future together.