Into the Mind (2013)

This is a story of rising to the ultimate challenge. Having the courage to risk fatal expo- sure and the perseverance demanded on the quest for achievement. These are not solely physical feats, they are mental conquests.

Bride of the Gorilla (1951)

Bride of the Gorilla is a 1951 horror B-movie film directed by Curt Siodmak and starring Raymond Burr, Lon Chaney Jr., Barbara Payton and Tom Conway.

Dragonwolf (2013)

The Devil's Cauldron - a city of depravity and violence, where only the lethal survive. Two hit men rule these streets, feared by all but loyal to one another. When a beautiful woman seduces them both, they turn on each other, igniting an epic battle that may bring the city to the brink of destruction.

Nate Bargatze: Full Time Magic (2015)

Filmed at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City, the hilarious and charming "Full Time Magic" is Nate Bargatze's first one-hour stand-up special. Despite being a married man with a young daughter, Nate is not immune to embarrassing situations. It's hard to imagine the laid-back Tennessee native has been met with the prospect of fighting his wife's ex-boyfriend on a boat, been at risk of snake bites in Honduras, and was almost caught in a brawl at a McDonald's.

The Sawmill (1922)

The Sawmill is a 1922 American silent comedy short film directed by Larry Semon and featuring Oliver Hardy. The Sawmill was shot at Hume Lake.

Man-Trap (1961)

Man-Trap is a 1961 American drama film about a Korean War veteran who becomes involved in a scheme to steal $3.5 million from a Central American dictator. The film was directed by Edmond O'Brien, and stars Jeffrey Hunter, David Janssen, and Stella Stevens.

Richard Pryor: Icon (2014)

Richard Pryor's impact on the craft of comedy and today's top comics is legendary and unrivaled. This program surveys the profound and enduring influence of one of the greatest American comics of all time.

Hope for Love (2013)

A young woman must choose between her cheating husband, the father of her son, or an old flame who makes her feel special.

Betty White: Champion for Animals (2012)

Betty White's stories about her own cherished pets are included in a spotlight of the animals that live in the national parks, zoos and aquariums.

Deep Space Explorer (2010)

Get the fantastic space ambient feeling with special future sound in realistic HD Resolution.

MindScans (2013)

While researching a story about an interface that connects the brain to a virtual reality device, reporter Sara Lincoln struggles with the technology's social and moral implications as the lines between her ethics, the virtual world, and reality blur.

Living Things (2014)

This is a comedy movie about a young wife who is about to have dinner with her father-in-law. Her husband has not yet arrived to keep them separated. Leo is a blue collar worker who loves meat and potatoes. His daughter-in-law is a yoga instructor who is committed to a vegan lifestyle. Leo’s son has arranged for his father to meet them as a couple for dinner. Unfortunately, the son is late. This leaves the two of them to converse with only each other. While he tries hard to get along with this young woman that his son loves, but he just cannot seem to ever say the right thing. She takes every statement he makes as an insult.

Six Degrees of Celebration (2010)

Yolki (Russian: Ёлки, "Pine trees"), also known as Six Degrees of Celebration, is a 2010 Russian comedy film directed by Timur Bekmambetov. Two sequels have been released, including Yolki 2 in 2011 and Yolki 3 in 2013. The films in the series represent a Russian tradition of the "New Year's Movie" where films that take place during the holiday season tap into the vein of hope, optimism, and possibility associated with New Year's in the Russian culture. Other examples include The Irony of Fate and The Irony of Fate 2 (also directed by Bekmambetov). Typically such films are released in December, just before the start of the holidays in Russia.

John Legend: Live from Philadelphia (2008)

Live from Philadelphia further cements John Legend's reputation as a great live performer. The album features 19 soulful performances including tracks from Legend’s first two albums and a duet with Corinne Bailey Rae on "Where Is The Love.”

Is My Face Red? (1932)

If it’s scandalous, sensational and hush-hush, New York columnist William Poster is the guy who lurks inside the speakeasies or slips beyond the backstage doors to find it. But after he breaks a story about an infamous politico’s murder, the next time Poster’s name appears in print may be in the obituaries. Ricardo Cortez portrays Poster in a snappy pre-Code tale that’s one of many films supervised by David O. Selznick at RKO in the early 1930s. “It is a shrewd, witty and scathing portrait, and Mr. Cortez plays the part to the hilt,” wrote critic Andre Sennwald in The New York Times. First-billed Helen Twelvetrees plays Poster’s forgiving Broadway sweetie. Other notables include future Charlie Chan-series star Sidney Toler as the murderous speakeasy proprietor and Robert Armstrong as a rival columnist. Less than a year later, Armstrong would journey to Skull Island in executive producer Selznick’s King Kong.

The Next Hit (2008)

THE NEXT HIT is a mystery suspense thriller about a record company that takes an unorthodox approach to boosting sales, which is to put out a "hit" on their marquee talent's life with hopes of creating a multi-platinum recording legend. The story takes place in Miami and focuses on two main characters, Rodson Gray and his love interest Ann Smith.

Heaven Before I Die (1997)

Heaven Before I Die is a 1997 indie comedy film written and directed by Izidore Musallam and starring Andy Velasquez, Giancarlo Giannini, Joanna Pacula and Omar Sharif.

UFO Chronicles: What the President Doesn't Know (2012)

This is a film where Dr. Steven Greer gives information about the numerous witnesses that seem to know more than they are revealing about possible UFO landings in the country. There are firsthand experiences and technology that has been used to identify some of the evidence produced.

Born to Be Wild (1938)

Born to Be Wild is a 1938 American action film directed by Joseph Kane and written by Nathanael West. The film stars Ralph Byrd, Doris Weston, Ward Bond, Robert Emmett Keane, Ben Hewlett and Charles Williams. The film was released on February 16, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

The Gatekeeper (2008)

After an accident involving a touring hockey team and a date gone wrong, a group of youngsters find themselves stranded in the Welsh hills with a weird local and a mysterious American stranger. When attacked by stupefied flesh eating zombies they must pull together or no one will survive the night.

We're All Angels (2007)

Rising pop stars and devoted Christians Jason and deMarco become lovers.

The Parking Lot Movie (2010)

The Parking Lot Movie is an American documentary film directed by Meghan Eckman. It was filmed from 2007 to 2010 and premiered at the South By Southwest film festival in Austin, Texas, in 2010. It was purchased by PBS and aired nationwide on Independent Lens October 19, 2010, opening the series' 2010 season.

Falskur Fugl (2013)

Arnaldur is a typical boy in Reykjavik until the day he finds his brother in the bathtub, dead. Despite the evidence, Arnaldur becomes convinced the death was the product of foul play and takes matters into his own hands.

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.

Born to Battle (1935)

Born to Battle is a 1935 American western produced by Bernard B. Ray and Harry S. Webb and directed by Webb for Reliable Pictures.

Listen to Britain (1942)

Listen to Britain is a 1942 British propaganda short film by Humphrey Jennings and Stewart McAllister. The film was produced during World War II by the Crown Film Unit, an organisation within the British Government's Ministry of Information to support the Allied war effort. The film was nominated for the inaugural Academy Award for Documentary Feature in 1943, but lost against four other Allied propaganda films. It is noted for its nonlinear structure and its use of sound.

Robber of the Cruel Streets (2006)

George M'ller (1805-1898) was a German playboy who found Christ and gave his life to serve Christ unreservedly. His mission was to rescue orphans from the wretched street life that enslaved so many children in England during the time of Charles Dickens and Oliver Twist. M'ller did rescue, care for, feed, and educate such children by the thousands. The costs were enormous for such a great work. Yet, amazingly, he never asked anyone for money. Instead he prayed, and his children never missed a meal. /n/nThis docu-drama presents his life story and shows how God answered prayer and met their needs. It is a story that raises foundational questions regarding faith and finances. Also included are two special documentaries on M'ller and some of the lives affected by his work.

Christmas In Compton (2012)

Christmas in Compton is a 2012 Christmas comedy film starring Keith David and Omar Gooding. It was directed by David Raynr.

Lifequest Mars (2003)

Second only to Venus in proximity to the Earth, Mars has always been a planet of interest to humans. Many scholars and visionaries through the ages have speculated on whether life exists on Mars, and if so, at what complexity level. This documentary reveals the plans in the works, by NASA and most other space agencies of the world, to answer these questions. It started with probes and remote controlled rovers sent to Mars, searching for signs of water. All in preparation for a manned mission. Details of proposals for such a mission are revealed, along with expected challenges and possible results.

Spirit Riders (2015)

Teenager Kacie struggles with guilt after a tragedy. When she gets in trouble and is sent to a work-release program at an equine therapy camp, she bonds with Blaze, a retired racehorse having trouble adjusting to domesticated life.

The Weekend (2013)

A truthful, spontaneous, and funny ensemble film that perfectly captures the experience of growing up, and growing apart from those you will always call friends.

Nightstalker (2009)

Serial killer Richard Ramirez (Adolph Cortez) terrorizes Los Angeles in the 1980s.

The Trials of Ted Haggard (2009)

The Trials of Ted Haggard is a documentary film made by Alexandra Pelosi, following disgraced pastor Ted Haggard. According to HBO, this is a follow-up to Pelosi's 2007 HBO film Friends of God which starred Haggard as the head of the National Association of Evangelicals. Pelosi returns to talk with 'Pastor Ted' about his fall from grace. The New York Times called it "strangely intriguing" because "The film doesn’t merely document Mr. Haggard’s fall from grace, it also tracks the pathology of his attempt at a comeback. It’s a cautionary tale for disgraced public figures; for viewers it’s a master class in the art of self-serving remorse and hubris dressed up as humility."

Elmo and Abby's Birthday Fun (2009)

Everyone loves birthdays! Join Elmo and Abby for lots of fun and games as Elmo shows her the many ways birthdays are celebrated. Elmo shows her the many ways birthdays are celebrated. At Fairy Tale birthday parties, everyone gets to make a wish! Elmo wishes for a toy, but when Abby can't remember the spell to get them back to Sesame Street, Elmo realizes his wish would have been better used to help his friend. Will Elmo get back in time for his pet goldfish Dorothy's birthday?

What Matters? (2011)

The journey starts with humble roots - Three friends wanting to make a documentary on extreme poverty in Africa. Dan as the instigator and the one burdened with Western guilt after a trip to Africa. Rob is the skeptic and the one Dan wants to give a damn. Once Rob commits to going, Dan needs another idealist activist and a guy who is up for anything, so enters David. On July 5th, 2009, they leave everything familiar, and start hitchhiking east to New York, fly to London, backpack across Europe, and then fly to Africa. Along the way, they sleep in abandon buildings, in the back of cornfields, at shady homeless shelters, city parks, and random strangers apartments. The whole time living on $1.25 a day for food and lodging, and are allowed to take only one free meal a day if offered to them. During the journey, they interview experts on the issue of extreme poverty including representatives from The UNCTAD, the Global Fund, Invisible Children, the sold Project, Paul Rusesabagina, Katie Davis and the Rwandan Embassy to the UN. They hangout in Gypsy villages, dumpster dive for their dinner, beg for money outside the UN in Geneva, hitchhike with cops, go to the second largest slum in Africa, and get on each others last nerves. Little do they know, that the adventure will take a devastating turn. The third day in Africa, August 1st, 2009, Rob and Dan survive a deadly plane crash that makes international news and leaves them both unable to continue. The remainder of the film follows all three trying to finish their own journey through extreme poverty - David in Africa, Dan sick in the U.S., and Rob struggling with PTSD at home. What they learn in the process has application for everyone wondering what it takes to make a difference. The documentary ends by asking viewers to answer two questions - 'What breaks their heart?' & 'What makes them come alive?' Then challenges them to take the two answers and put them together.

Exhumation (2013)

Life took an unexpected and sudden turn for Joseph. He loses his job and girlfriend in one week. As Joseph begins to rebuild his life from a 'bad luck roller coaster ride,' his personal chaos begins to manifest at home through unexpected occurrences. Joseph starts to feel a metamorphosis of his being- of his world within his walls. Sure enough, like Murphy's Law, life starts to become even more complicated when a strange group of men begin investigating Joseph without cause. Joseph decides to stop the madness of events and pursue his own investigation. Life and its invisible forces convince Joseph there must be a logical explanation. Skeptical, Joseph looks to find the truth- but what was coming took him beyond.

One: The Movie (2005)

ONE: The Movie is an independent documentary that surveys beliefs on the meaning of life, matching with the view that "we are all one". The movie was created and directed by Michigan filmmakers Carter Scott, Ward M. Powers and Diane Powers, and featured interviews with Deepak Chopra, Robert Thurman, Thich Nhat Hanh, Jaggi Vasudev, and others.

Geisha Girl (1952)

Geisha Girl is a 1952 American adventure film directed and produced by George Breakston and C. Ray Stahl, and starring Steve Forrest, Martha Hyer, Tetsu Nakamura, Heihachirô Ôkawa, and Dekao Yokoo. The full film was shot in Tokyo, Japan. The plot was, in fact, created so as to educate American viewers of such Japanese traditions as a Kabuki theater presentation, a Buddhist religious ceremony, and a geisha house. Despite these features, the Japanese people were presented as stock characters or buffoons. Martha Hyer didn't play the main role in the film yet got the top billing.

Happy (2006)

Happy is a 2006 Telugu romantic comedy film directed by A. Karunakaran. The film stars Allu Arjun, Genelia D'Souza and Manoj Bajpayee in lead roles; music was scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film was produced by Allu Aravind and released on 27 January 2006.

Sons Of Cuba (2009)

Sons of Cuba is a 2009 documentary film set in the Havana Boxing Academy, a school at the heart of Cuba's Olympic success in the ring. It follows the stories of three young hopefuls through eight months of training and schooling as they prepare for Cuba's National Boxing Championship for Under-12's. Sons of Cuba was directed by Andrew Lang and is distributed by Cinetic Rights Management for the US and Canada and Ro*co Films for the rest of the world.

The Dog Who Saved Summer (2015)

After their dog Zeus ruins a party, George takes him to an obedience school run by a no-nonsense instructor. When Zeus manages to fail every test, he seeks help from a trainer with special techniques.

Vizha (2013)

Vizha is a 2013 Tamil film directed by Barathi Balakumaran. It stars Mahendran and Malavika Menon. The film, based on the award-winning short film Uthiri, portrays the love story of Sundaram (Mahendran), who plays the thappu instrument at death functions, and Rakkamma (Malavika), an oppari singer. Extensively shot in Madurai and several scenes were shots on Ayyanputhur, Tiruchirappalli district, it has music composed by James Vasanthan, while U. K. Senthilkumar worked as the cinematographer and Praveen K. L.-N. B. Srikanth edited the film. Vizha was produced by Rama Narayanan and Sunir Kheterpal for Sri Thenandal Films, Azure Entertainment and JV Media Dreams. It releases on 27 December 2013.

Africa, I Will Fleece You (1992)

1990, thirty years after most of the African countries attained independence, the end of the cold war and the dramatic political changes taking place around the world inspired a generation of young Africans to take the streets and challenge the one-party state and its attendant nepotism, corruption and economic failure. In a bold, non-linear construction, Afrique, je te plumerai mixes past and present, establishing a link between yesterday's colonial experience and today's violence and corruption in Cameroon, the only African country colonized by three European powers: England, Germany and France. In so doing, the film provides a devastating overview of 100 years of cultural genocide in Africa.

Colossus and the Headhunters (1963)

Colossus and the Headhunters, also known in its original Italian title as Maciste contro i cacciatori di teste ("Maciste against the head-hunters"), is a sword and sandal film created in Italy and released in 1960. It is notable for having no monsters, which was a hallmark of the sword and sandal genre, instead featuring the titular Headhunter tribe as antagonists. Another alternate title was Fury of the Headhunters.

Visions of Horror (2007)

Prepare yourself for seven of the most horrifying short films. Too sick and too disturbing for the faint of heart, Visions of Horror consists of the critically acclaimed gore masterpieces My Skin!, Slumber, What Ever Happened to the Zombie Killers, Callous Sentiment, Trick or Treat, Hooligan's Valley, and Scream for Me./nVisions of Horror is a must for any true gore guru. You may never see anything like this again!/n/nHosted by Hellacious scream queen Tiffany Shepis of Abominate, Ted Bundy, Nightmare Man).

Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase (1992)

Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase is a 1992 animated short. Consisting of 2-D claymation, it features famous paintings morphing into each other.

Baby Mama's Club (2010)

James, a consummate womanizer, and Randall, a devoted husband, are unlikely best friends. But when Randall becomes a father for the first time and James for the 17th time, they both seek out an unconventional form of counseling to aid them in their relationships. Hilarious events ensue as Randall tries to gain the respect of his wife and James attempts to control his sexual addiction while fending off his baby mamas.

The Transition Period (2009)

As Chinese Communist Party secretary, Guo Yongchang was the most powerful man in his county, located in the rural inland province of Henan. Guo invited acclaimed documentary filmmaker Zhou Hao to record his final months in office. Through Zhou's lens, we see Guo work tirelessly to achieve his greatest desire: for Henan to match the affluence of booming coastal areas. Zhou also captures the sordid details of local-level politics in pursuit of growth: lavish parties with foreign investors, threats to local workers protesting unpaid wages, and offers of bribes and kickbacks. Hailed by international press as an exceptional work of investigative filmmaking, The Transition Period captures the daily life of a Chinese official with incredible ground-level detail. With boastfully candid interviews from Guo and fly-on-the-wall coverage of closed-door dealings, Zhou lays bare the unsavory dynamics within China's top-down power structures. Penetrating in scope yet objective in its approach, The Transition Period reveals the conflicting forces shaping China's path to prosperity.

Sabbatical (2014)

Professor Ben (Robert Longstreet) goes on sabbatical to stay with his ailing mother while working on a book. During his stay, he copes with his sullen brother while seeking comfort from his mother's nurse.

Exposure: Vol. 2 (2014)

Exposure Vol 1 follows 7 professional rock climbers as they seek out and attempt to climb some of the worlds most challenging boulders, mountains, and traditional routes from the windy peaks of Patagonia to the harsh desert of Utah.

Evolution of Rallying (2002)

A labour of love, The Evolution of Rallying took Producer Helmut Deimel 120 days to piece together in the edit suite. He combed through over 500 hours of race footage from the early 1950s up to 2001. Taking in the careers of such greats as Jim Clark, Ari Vatanen, Tony Pond, and Pentti Airikkala this excellent documentary tells the story of how a part-time hobby turned into a multi-million dollar competition contested by major works teams. Packed full of great action footage Evolution captures the true essence and atmosphere of one of the most popular forms of motorsport in the world today.

Daydreams (1922)

Daydreams is a 1922 American short comedy film directed by and featuring Buster Keaton. The film is most famous for a scene where Keaton finds himself on the inside of a riverboat paddle wheel.

The Art of Flight (2005)

The Art Of Flight is a guerrilla documentary that was shot illegally in Egypt on camcorders and a laptop. The film serves as a back story to the 2006 massacre of Sudanese refugees in Cairo. The filmmaker was nearly arrested three times during the course of shooting. This feature length film tells the story of three people, a refugee from southern Sudan, a human rights activist from northern Sudan and an American journalist in self-imposed exile, all living in Cairo. For very different reasons, the trio has found themselves struggling to survive in Egypt, a U.S. financed dictatorship which has reluctantly become their home. The Art Of Flight features artwork of Sudanese painters living in exile. In addition to paintings from Sudanese artists and torture victims, the film also features an original soundtrack by Al-Khafiyeen, a musical ensemble of refugees who played together for a single night to score the film. The film delves deep into questions about the nature of charity, the consequences of American empire and the price of silence.

BeDeadly: Muay Thai (2012)

Filmed on location in Thailand, BeDeadly: Muay Thai is an instructional DVD that will teach you the training exercises and fighting techniques that have made Muay Thai fighters some of the most dangerous in the world.

RocknRolla (2008)

From writer/director Guy Ritchie comes RocknRolla, in which he revisits the seedy, offbeat landscape of modern day London that he explored in his critically acclaimed films Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch. When a Russian mobster orchestrates a crooked land deal, millions of dollars are up for grabs, and all of London's criminal underworld wants in on the action. Everyone from a dangerous crime lord to a sexy accountant, a corrupt politician and down-on-their-luck petty thieves conspire, collude and collide with one another in an effort to get rich quick. Gerard Butler (300,) stars as One Two, a street-smart mobster who has learned to play both sides of the fence. Two-time Oscar nominee Tom Wilkinson (Michael Clayton) stars as the ruthless head mobster, Lenny Cole, part of London's old mob regime, which is quickly losing ground to the wealthier foreign mob. Thandie Newton (Run, Fatboy, Run) stars as One Two's love interest, Stella, a smart and sexy accountant with ties to the underworld. Idris Elba (28 Weeks Later) stars as Mumbles, One Two's best friend. Chris "Ludacris" Bridges and Jeremy Piven (TV's Entourage) star respectively as Mickey and Roman, two Americans trying to break into the music scene in London.

Marijuana (1968)

Marijuana is a 34-minute 1968 anti-drug documentary film by Max Miller and distributed by Avanti Films. It is narrated by Sonny Bono. It was described as "the first major film effort to center upon the use and possible risks of marijuana", in which "arguments for and against its use are presented and the accumulation of arguments against is allowed to speak for itself". Music for the documentary was composed by The Byrds' Gene Clark, a "bizarre" choice in his musical career, resulting in "meandering blues and pseudo-psychedelic instrumental jams".

Próxima (2007)

A visionary movie. A "dickian" science fiction trip to the stars. A renowned SF writer is at a local convention to talk about his work. As he takes the podium he renounces his work as utter fictional rubbish and declares that he has found a portal to another world, orbiting the star PROXIMA. "Simply listen to my new book-on-CD and be delivered", he proclaims. Unsurprisingly, this bizarre announcement is not well received by his fans. But Tony, the owner of a specialist DVD and video store is attending the conference, and being an open-minded dreamer buys the disc to try it out. Are the strange visions he starts to experience real? Have a selected group of humans really found a shortcut to the star PROXIMA? Could there really exist a conspiracy on Earth to aid an invasion by an alien fleet? And is the super-strong armour he's made to wear really "invisible" or is he simply an emperor parading round in new underpants? V.O. Spanish + English subtitles

State Of Mind (1992)

A deranged nurse rescues a young couple from a car accident and nurses them back to health in her remote cabin. Starring Fred Williamson!

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.

Lost Souls (1998)

Lost Souls is a UPN Original Movie released in 1998 as part of the Thursday Night at the Movies block that ran from 1998-2000. It is one of six movies created by the same production team, and the six films were given the brand Nightworld. The movie then aired frequently on the Fox Family Channel, and was included in their 13 Days Of Halloween special in October.

Tom Arnold: That's My Story and I'm Sticking to it (2010)

LOL Comedy presents Tom Arnold's first one-hour stand-up comedy special. From Iowa to L.A., Tom's hilarious real life journey is well documented in American pop cultural history. Tom exposes himself, his four marriages, his well publicized marriage to Rosanne Barr and all they went through and his lifelong friendships developed while working on 72 films. Tom Arnold was filmed in front of a sold out audience at San Bernardino's 1,700 seat Historic California Theatre of the Performing Arts for Showtime.

Elie Wiesel Goes Home (1996)

From the horrible conditions of Nazi concentration camps to the place of honor at the US State of the Union address, Elie Wiesel seems to show-up in places where the future of mankind is in focus. Out of the static created by modern pursuits of status, wealth, power, and influence, a singular voice still rings clear. It shouts evidence for the community of man to learn from history, and make lasting relationships the goal of life. Here are the philosophic chronicles of the living Messenger of Peace.

Shy of Normal: Tales of New Life Experiences (2011)

When an author loses her spark, her friend suggests observing random people in public places and creating short, humorous stories about them.

King George VI: The Man Behind the King's Speech (2011)

King’s Speech follows a man who overcomes his own failings for the sake of his nation. The movie shows his older brother, Edward VII, falling for Wallis Simpson. Edward VII abdicates the throne to get what he wants. The successor George VI is then plagued with shyness and has problems speaking to his subjects. This is a true story of an introvert. This humble man is such an inspiration for the British Nation during the war with Hitler’s Germany.

Breaking Barriers (2014)

Breaking Barriers demonstrates what it takes to build and drive a vehicle faster than anyone on the planet. Follow American automobile entrepreneur John Hennessey's pursuit of the production vehicle land speed record and trace the roots of land speed racing from the early days of hot rodding to today. We discover that since the advent of the automobile, the pursuit of speed and the fight for the title of "fastest car" are intrinsically connected.

Mind the Addiction (2001)

MTA is a unique look at the lives of twelve athletes. Spend the year traveling with Micah Black, Jeremy Jones, Jeremy Nobis, Jon Olson, Candide Thovex, Johan Olofsson and Kent Kreitler to name a few. You will see what it takes to be them. Every rider will sport the head cam and take you inside their mind, on the mountain, and into the addiction that is riding. Cliff Hucks, Deep Powder, Jibbing, Big Mountains, BASE Jumping, Skiing and Snowboarding. The most complex array of footage this season.

Cinematic Titanic: Blood of the Vampires (2009)

The Escodero family is cursed! The mother, whom the Escodero children assumed to be dead, is actually an undead vampire who lurks in a secret basement/dungeon hidden from the rest of the house. When the kids discover this dark truth, all hell breaks loose...literally! The mother bites the son, who grows fangs and becomes consumed with blood lust. Meanwhile, all this vampire activity wreaks havoc on the daughter's romance with her handsome, dashing fiance. It all leads to a foray into the occult that ultimately proves true love can live on forever, but not before a mob of angry villagers and avenging priests take on the Devil himself in a climactic battle between good and evil. Set in nineteenth century Mexico and performed by a Filipino cast, "Blood of the Vampires" has something for everyone: blood-soaked action for the guys, tender romance for the ladies, and unleashed demonic rage for the frightened child within us all.

Conflict (1945)

Conflict is a 1945 black-and-white suspense film noir made by Warner Brothers. It was directed by Curtis Bernhardt, produced by William Jacobs with Jack L. Warner as executive producer from a screenplay by Arthur T. Horman and Dwight Taylor, based on the story The Pentacle by Alfred Neumann and Robert Siodmak. It starred Humphrey Bogart, Alexis Smith, and Sydney Greenstreet. The film is the only pairing of Bogart and Greenstreet where Bogart, rather than Greenstreet, is the villain or corrupt character.

Dancer and the Dame (2015)

Dancer and the Dame is a 2015 American comedy film starring Billy Gardell.

Nuclear Family (2012)

A family is on the verge of splitting up when a catastrophic global event sends them running for their lives. In the chaos, they lose track of their son and must learn to work together or risk losing him forever.

Something Beneath (2007)

Something Beneath is a 2007 Canadian horror thriller film directed by David Winning and starring Kevin Sorbo, Natalie Brown and Brendan Beiser. It is the 5th film in the Maneater Series.

Rihanna: Good Girl, Bad Girl (2012)

Good Girl Bad Girl tells the story of Rihanna, and her triumphant journey from poverty and obscurity on the Caribbean island of Barbados, to becoming a worldwide pop sensation.

Paranoid (2001)

Paranoid (also known as Frightmare) is a low-budget, independent slasher film directed by Ash Smith. A put-on haunted house becomes the killing grounds for a serial killer.

Chocolate Sundaes Comedy Show: Live On Sunset Strip! (2010)

Chocolate Sundaes has developed a reputation for being the leader of Urban Comedy. After nearly 10 years of breaking comedians and guiding careers, Chocolate Sundaes brings the hottest show in comedy to DVD with today's biggest comics. Live on Sunset Strip features never before seen stand up from Platinum Selling Katt Williams, Kevin Hart (Fool's Gold, 40 Year Old Virgin, Soul Plane) and Aries Spears (Mad TV).

Put Your Heart on the Page (2013)

Anne Perry started out as a good writer, but has won greatness inch by inch by reading other authors, listening to editors and agents, and adapting techniques from other creators. Now you, too, can have a lesson from an author who The New York Times has called "First Rate," and who's included in the 100 Masters of the crime genre; who's sold 25 million copies worldwide to continuing critical acclaim. In this instructional video, Anne references her quintet of novels about World War One to demonstrate the various themes which need to be considered when you first pick up that pen. Although writing a book can be like climbing Everest, the advice you find here will save some troublesome extra drafts, and give you a head start towards an enjoyable writing experience and a successful novel.

Wild Ones on Wheels (1962)

Greedy young thugs kidnap a dead man's wife in hopes that she can lead them to the location of a hidden fortune.

Exiled to Shanghai (1937)

Exiled to Shanghai is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Nick Grinde and Armand Schaefer and starring Wallace Ford, June Travis, and Dean Jagger.

The Dahl Dynasty (2013)

<i>The Dahl Dynasty</i> tells the story of Hamilton Dahl IV (Jon Christie), the young, brooding heir to the Dahl family's corporate empire, and his quest for justice after the murder of his father and namesake by his uncle, Claude (Tim Newkirk). Written by Executive Producer Kristen Reed, this tragic tale based on William Shakespeare's <i>Hamlet</i> was brought to life by Director Bryan Quinn and Director of Photography Eric M. Chisholm. This film features music by Sparks the Rescue, Holly Heist, and Lisa D'Amato of <i>America's Next Top Model</i> fame.

The Castle of the Living Dead (1964)

Castle of the Living Dead (Italian: Il castello dei morti vivi) is a 1964 horror film directed by Warren Kiefer. The film is set in France in the early 19th century after the Napoleonic wars where a traveling circus visits the castle of the Count Drago (Christopher Lee). Drago's habit of experimenting on animals is revealed and the visitors are about to become unwilling participants before they are rescued by a dwarf. Castle of the Living Dead has gone through several inconsistencies with its production since its release involving who had directed the film ranging from Kiefer to Riccardo Freda to fictional people such as Herbert Wise and Lorenzo Sabatini. Other production mysteries include the crew where Michael Reeves had been stated as the directing either all or parts of the film and whether or not Mario Bava had created special effects work on the picture.

Terror of the Blood Demon (2013)

(1967 aka TORTURE CHAMBER OF DR. SADISM) - Christopher Lee, Karin Dor, Lex Barker. Beheadings, virgins, straps, and corpses. What else do you need to know about this movie? An outrageous film that's a must-see for Chris Lee fans. A great supporting cast. Color, 16mm.

King Midas (2003)

A gritty film made by and starring actual Gang Bangers. The story follows one member, just released from Prison, who wants to make a record and fund the production through drug proceeds.

Ultimate Predator (2006)

A never-before-seen collection of insane animal encounters from the creators of "Jackass" and "Wildboyz." Manny "The Shark Man" Puig engages sharks, alligators, bears, snakes, and more. Features "Jackass" cast members Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O.

La Cenerentola (1983)

Abbado's Cenerentola is set in a modern, realistic time. Quoting the director's own words, the "emptiness of the stage leaves room for creativity, as the characters keep on changing and disguising their true identity. I have stuck to Rossini's original notes while neglecting all the legends linked to the character of Cinderella". We all know that Rossini and librettist Jacopo Ferretti in fact had gone a long way from Perrault's fairy tale. In the rather empty, bare stage the few scenographic elements strike the attention: the colorful costumes, the two giant chandeliers, the 1970's kitchen. The singers are young, talented and with very good acting skills. Evelino Pidò conducts with a light, energetic touch that well suit the entire production.

Ringo (1978)

Ringo is a 1978 American made-for-television comedy film starring Ringo Starr as both a fictionalised version of himself and his fictional half-brother "Ognir Rrats". It was broadcast on the US NBC network on 26 April 1978.

Wormtooth Nation (2008)

Sam (Matt Ticciati) awakens halfway up a ladder in a labyrinthine underground city, with no memory of who he is, or how he got there. His struggle to understand leads him through a twisting tale of romance and revolution. Originally inspired by Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Wormtooth Nation premiered as a nine episode web series in May of 2008.

Vampires Anonymous (2003)

A vampire (Paul Popowich) enrolls in a 12-step program designed to help the undead control their appetite for human blood.

Orientations: Chris Doyle - Stirred But Not Shaken (2001)

A documentary on the life and work of maverick cinematographer; Chris Doyle. This film showcases Doyle's work using footage from his films such as Gus Van Sant's remake of Psycho. The film contains fascinating shots of Hong Kong street life in the city that Doyle has come to love and call his home and draw upon in his work. It is an intimate look at Doyle and his art with contributions from Wong Kar Wai; the acclaimed Hong Kong film director ("In the Mood for Love"), and others who have worked alongside him.

Last Remaining Light (2010)

A headstrong woman traveling cross country with a friend ends up stuck and lost in a completely deserted city at night. While trying to find her way back to her car and to safety, she encounters a few strange things waiting in the darkness. Desperation settles in while she attempts to find help, and escape in one piece.

Captured in Chinatown (1935)

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

Iran (1971)

Filmed in 2005 by noted Iranian-born filmmaker Aryana Farshad, this program illuminates Iran's tumultuous history, dramatically diverse landscapes, and its people and cultures. Iran (formally Persia) is a land of contrasts- ancient and modern. This program presents a fascinating portrait of this historically important country that remains a political and cultural power.

The Shaw Festival: Behind the Curtain (2013)

From PBS - With unprecedented access, The Shaw Festival: Behind the Curtain captures the unique creative process of one of North America's longest running, most distinctive and exciting theatre experiences. Each year between April and October, the Shaw Festival--which began in 1962 with the mandate on works by George Bernard Shaw--presents around 10 plays on four stages that attract patrons from all over the world. Located in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada--the Shaw's one-of-a-kind schedule has actors and directors working on several plays at once. Over eight months, crews design and build sets on a finely honed schedule that is both frenetic, creative, and amazingly well planned and executed. Follow the process of getting the play from the page to the stage as The Shaw Festival: Behind the Curtain provides insight into every aspect of production at a summer theatre festival.

The Gift of Love (1978)

A rich girl (Marie Osmond) loves a poor immigrant (Timothy Bottoms) in 1890s New York.

The Deliverer (2012)

In a world where Human Rights are a memory, a group of refugees forge a plan to find freedom. Fate unites them with a wounded Freedom Fighter and his team.

Generation Rx (2008)

An investigation of the benefits and drawbacks of prescribing psychiatric medication to children.

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.

Samuel Bleak (2011)

A quiet Southern town changes after an isolated mute person -- with a dark secret -- is admitted to a mental institution.

Dr. Morelle: The Case of the Missing Heiress (1949)

Doctor Morelle is a 1949 British mystery film directed by Godfrey Grayson and starring Valentine Dyall, Peter Drury and Hugh Griffith. It is also known by two alternative titles: Dr. Morelle: The Case of the Missing Heiress or simply The Case of the Missing Heiress. It was made by Hammer Films, based on the popular long running BBC radio series written by Ernest Dudley and starring Cecil Parker. Dudley also wrote many novels and short stories featuring the character of Morelle.

Maria Bamford: Plan B (2010)

Maria Bamford performs her critically acclaimed one-woman show at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis.

Cirque du Soleil: Dralion (2001)

Fusing the 3000 year-old tradition of Chinese acrobatic arts with the multidisciplinary approach of Cirque du Soleil, Dralion draws its inspiration from Eastern philosophy and it's never ending quest for harmony between man and nature. The show's name is derived from its two emblematic creatures: the dragon, symbolizing the East, and the lion, symbolizing the West. In Dralion, the four elements that govern the natural order take on a human form. Thus embodied, each element is represented by its own evocative colour: air is blue; water is green; fire is red; earth is ochre. In the world of Dralion, cultures blend, Man and Nature are one, and balance is achieved. Filmed using 14 cameras, Dralion is a dynamic show that transcends the boundaries of the imagination incorporating breathtaking acrobatics, humor and music.Directed by David Mallet. Dralion won three Primetime Emmy Awards (2001).

Alice in Nephernalia (2010)

This is an hour-long movie shot on film which showcases fairy-tale characters, each lost amid the cum & gum strewn concrete of the l.a.'s valley, and what becomes of them. It stars about a dozen out-of-work actors + one terminally unemployable director so get it!