Harvard Park (2012)

The streets of South Central Los Angeles in the early 1980s were riddled with crime, drugs and gangs. But a small patch of land in the middle of all the peril – a baseball field called Harvard Park – was an oasis, a place where dreams could come true. Producing several legendary baseball players, including All-Stars Eric Davis, Darryl Strawberry, Frank Thomas and Barry Larkin, Harvard Park became a place where hungry players took the first step toward becoming not only superstars, but also heroes to their community. In this moving documentary, several of the players discuss the importance of their time at Harvard Park. Newly remastered.

The March Sisters At Christmas (2012)

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

Stag (2013)

Ken has hazed his friends during stag parties, and now it is his turn to be abused.

Billy The Kid's Round-Up (1941)

Billy the Kid's Round-Up is a 1941 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Fred Myton. The film stars Buster Crabbe, Al St. John, Carleton Young, Joan Barclay, Glenn Strange and Charles King. The film was released on December 12, 1941, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

10 Years Later (2010)

Six friends return home for their high-school reunion, and one gets them all involved in a kidnapping plot.

Chase (2010)

Chase is a 2010 Bollywood action film directed by Jagmohan Mundhra, who has previously directed films such as Shoot on Sight and Provoked. The film stars Anuj Saxena, Udita Goswami, Sameer Kochhar and Tareena Patel in the lead roles, while Gulshan Grover makes a special appearance. The film was released on 30 April 2010. The musical score is by Udbhav Ojha and Vijay Verma and the lyrics are by Jalees Sherwani, Manthan and Prashant Vasl. The title song is sung by Sajid Khan in his funky style whereas the other songs are sung by Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal and Vasundhara Das. The background musical score is by Amar Mohile.

Paul Goodman Changed My Life (2011)

Paul Goodman was once so ubiquitous in the American zeitgeist that he merited a cameo in Woody Allen’s Annie Hall . Author of legendary bestseller Growing Up Absurd (1960), Goodman was also a poet, 1940s out queer (and family man), pacifist, visionary, co-founder of Gestalt therapy—and a moral compass for many in the burgeoning counterculture of the ’60s. Paul Goodman Changed My Life immerses you in an era of high intellect (that heady, cocktail-glass juncture that Mad Men has so effectively exploited) when New York was peaking culturally and artistically; when ideas, and the people who propounded them, seemed to punch in at a higher weight class than they do now. Using a treasure trove of archival multimedia—selections from Goodman’s poetry (read by Garrison Keillor and Edmund White); quotes from Susan Sontag, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Noam Chomsky; plentiful footage of Goodman himself; plus interviews with his family, peers and activists—director/producer Jonathan Lee and producer/editor Kimberly Reed ( Prodigal Sons ) have woven together a rich portrait of an intellectual heavyweight whose ideas are long overdue for rediscovery. Praise for Paul Goodman: “His impact is all around us.” –Noam Chomsky “Paul Goodman was not ahead of his time but IN his time.” –Grace Paley “Any page by Paul Goodman will give you not only originality and brilliance but wisdom, that is, something to think about. He is our peculiar, urban, twentieth-century Thoreau, the quintessential American mind of our time.” –Hayden Carruth “There has not been such a convincing, genuine, singular voice in our language since D. H. Lawrence. Paul Goodman’s voice touched everything he wrote about with intensity, interest, and his own terribly appealing sureness and awkwardness.” –Susan Sontag

Kill the Poor (2003)

Kill the Poor is director Alan Taylor's screen adaptation of a novel by Joel Rose. The film is set in Manhattan's Alphabet City in the early 1980s, when the neighborhood was a center of illegal drug activity. The film's title comes from the Dead Kennedys song "Kill the Poor".

Le marquis (2011)

Thomas Gardesse, a traveling alarm systems salesman, is arrested for a minor offense and sentenced to six months imprisonment. To win the respect of his fellow inmates, he claims he is "The Marquis," a brilliant robber whose identity has remained a mystery. Two weeks before his release, an armed robber named Quentin Tasseau helps him escape and takes him to Manila so he can take part in a robbery whose mastermind requires the talents of the Marquis...

UFO Encounter of the Third Kind: The Rendlesham UFO Case (2012)

The Rendlesham Forest Incident is one of the most amazing incidents in UFO History. Discover the evidence and the cover-up with eyes witnesses and Randy Haragan in this documentary.

Next: A Primer on Urban Painting (2005)

Next: A Primer on Urban Painting is a 2005 documentary film from Canadian filmmaker Pablo Aravena, exploring graffiti around the world. Sequences were shot in the United States, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Germany, England, Spain, Japan and Brazil.

2nd Verse: The Rebirth of Poetry (2008)

2nd Verse: The Rebirth of Poetry explores urban teen life in the San Francisco Bay Area through the rising popularity of poetry and spoken word. Although poetry is the unifying characteristic that brings these young people together, the film does not concentrate on their poems so much as it tells the story of their lives amid the Bay Area's melting pot of ethnic and economic backgrounds. This Cinéma Vérité style documentary reveals the intimate details of several teenage poets as they prepare for and participate in the biggest moment of their lives: The 8th Annual Brave New Voices International Poetry Slam Competition. Although the competition provides a convenient arc with which to tell their stories, as the poets repeat in the film, "it's not all about the competition." 2nd Verse: The Rebirth of Poetry shows how these teens coexist and draw strength from each other, and how these youth poets are changed by their engagement with spoken word, exploring their identity and connection to their unique California community. From a sixteen-year-old girl who lost her father to alcohol at a young age, to an undocumented teen struggling with poverty and his sexuality, to a privileged boy in San Francisco who attends one of the country's most elite private schools, 2nd Verse: The Rebirth of Poetry endeavors to initiate the viewer into a world rarely seen or acknowledged by the general population.

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 Rubberband Is An Unlikely Instrument (2011)

Walter Baker is an eccentric musician struggling to maintain balance between creating art, making ends meet and raising his twelve year old son with his third wife, a poet. Artistically and philosophically situated on the fringes of mainstream culture, Baker grasps to bear the roles of family man, business owner and aspiring composer.

Dadnapped (2009)

Dadnapped is a Disney Channel Original Movie which premiered February 16, 2009. Starring actors from Disney Channel Original Series, the movie had 4.6 million viewers for its premiere. Although the story centers on a hostage situation, the kidnappers are inept and the film "practically oozes kid-pleasing content".

Absolute Justice (2014)

After a horrific attack on his wife and daughter, Metin's life is turned upside down. Driven to take revenge, Metin soon finds that vengeance is a brutal road.

A Breath Of Scandal (1960)

A Breath of Scandal, known as Olympia in Italy, is a 1960 film adapted from Ferenc Molnár's stage play Olympia. It stars Sophia Loren, Maurice Chevalier, John Gavin and Angela Lansbury and was directed by Michael Curtiz. The film is set at the turn of the 20th century and features lush technicolor photography of Vienna and the countryside of Austria. The costumes and lighting were designed by George Hoyningen-Huene and executed by Ella Bei of the Knize fashion house (Austria). Due in part to Curtiz's direction which Sophia Loren was at odds with, Italian director Vittorio De Sica was hired to reshoot certain scenes with Loren after hours without Curtiz's knowledge. The film is based on the 1928 play Olympia rather than being a remake of the 1929 MGM film His Glorious Night.

Harry Connick Jr: In Concert on Broadway (2011)

Twenty years after his first Broadway concert, triple Grammy Award-winner Harry Connick, Jr. delivered a dazzling set at the Neil Simon Theater in 2010. In Concert On Broadway features Connick with a big band and a 12-piece string section.

Christmas in Hollywood (2014)

Charlie, a young boy from China travels all the way from Shanghai to find his fathers restaurant in Hollywood is in trouble. He must convince 3 people to believe in the Spirit of Christmas in order to save his family's dream.

Dorei mibôjin (1967)

A widow stuck with her late husband’s enormous debt must become a sexual slave to his largest creditor. Starring pink film “Queen” Noriko Tatsumi, this poetic tragedy is a classic example of Japanese pink cinema’s high-brow aspirations and accomplishments.

Old Acquaintance (1943)

Old Acquaintance is a 1943 comedy-drama film made by Warner Bros. It was directed by Vincent Sherman and produced by Henry Blanke with Jack L. Warner as executive producer from a screenplay by John Van Druten, Lenore Coffee and Edmund Goulding based on Van Druten's play. The film starred Bette Davis and Miriam Hopkins with Gig Young, John Loder, Dolores Moran, Roscoe Karns and Anne Revere.

I Need That Record! The Death (or Possible Survival) of the Independent Record Store (2008)

I Need That Record! The Death or Possible Survival of the Independent Record Store is Brendan Toller's first feature-documentary completed in 2008 and distributed by Music Video Distributors in 2010. The project began as Toller's undergraduate thesis at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA.

Creed of Gold (2014)

Creed of Gold is a 2014 film about fictional corruption at the Federal Reserve. It was produced by Crystal Creek Media and directed by Daniel Knudsen. Filming of Creed of Gold took place in several locations near Indianapolis, Indiana and Detroit, Michigan with some additional photography taking place on location in New York City.

Palatak (1963)

Palatak is a 1963 Bengali film directed by Jatrik. The film features actors Anup Kumar, Sandhya Roy and Ruma Guha Thakurta in the lead roles. SHYAMSUNDAR GHOSH composed the music for the film.

We Could Be King (2014)

Two schools that have been bitter sports rivals for 40 years are suddenly merged due to budget cuts. Now, their coaches strive to inspire the students to come together and lift one another up.

Nadie escuchaba (1987)

By wisely allowing the witnesses to speak, Nobody Listened tries to find the elusive truth by separating legend and the myth of the Cuban Revolution from the harsh realities and paradoxes of authoritarian power. This Award winning documentary reveals some of the brutal methods that helped Fidel Castro keep absolute power, and forces us to listen closely to accounts rarely taken seriously before. Nobody listened is a burning polemic with style to spare. Co-directed by Academy Award wining cinematographer Nestor Almendros, and Jorge Ulloa, Nobody listened whirls about and makes its points with rigor, verve and wit. This first-ever DVD release includes special update of the Cuban situation.

Bad Brains (2006)

This breathtaking performance displays why Bad Brains became one of the most important bands in the history of American Hardcore. On Christmas Eve 1982, Bad Brains began their three-day stint at a Hardcore Festival hosted by legendary CBGB. This DVD represents the very best of these shows, culled from over 4 hours of footage. Their live performances were legendary, their visual recordings were impossible to find. Now, for the first time on DVD, that powerful performance is revisited in extraordinary fashion.

Westbrick Murders (2010)

In the town of Westbrick, rookie cop Matthew (Daniell Edwards) and his older partner run into notorious serial killers Billy (Sami Darr) and Barbara (Anna Brd) while they are on a killing spree. William survives the encounter but the crazed couple is not satisfied with killing his partner, torturing and brutally murdering Matthew's wife soon after. After he is accused of the killings, Matthew goes on a rampage seeking revenge and slowly turns into a mad psychopath.

The Space Children (1958)

The Space Children is a 1958 film directed by Jack Arnold. It was released in 1958 on a double bill with The Colossus of New York. The movie was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 in 1998 during season 9.

Burma Displaced (2010)

Burma displaced is a 2010 documentary about the lives of the Burmese as they endure political strife. For many decades they have been oppressed under the military rulers. In 2011 the military was stripped of its powers, although they still exert some control today. This movie chronicles how the citizens, facing an unknown future and having lost all their possessions, flee the country for a better life elsewhere. All the people have are the clothes on their back and their desires. There are many accounts of people who are experiencing various treacherous situations and sad events which will alter their lives forever.

Crime and Punishment (1970)

Crime and Punishment (Russian: Преступление и наказание) is a 1970 Soviet drama film in two parts directed by Lev Kulidzhanov, based on the eponymous novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky.

Ses (2008)

Grief-stricken, Nete moves to a new school. There she meets a boy. Shocked, she realizes that he looks exactly like the brother she lost in a car accident...

Summer of the Chew Toy Soul (2011)

What would YOU do if you saw a Sunday School puppet for sale that had been accidentally manufactured with a facial expression of perpetual anxiety? If you were filmmaker Tristan Newcomb, you would buy it & make it the puppet star of a series of existential, surrealist, death-obsessed dark comedies. Best described as a twisted cinematic lovechild of Jan Svankmajer, Roald Dahl and Spalding Gray, this latest movie finds our young puppet hero Dobo (known as "Nintendobo" in his earlier videos) having to spend an entire videogameless summer with his alcoholic father in a bare San Diego apartment. Can head trauma hallucinations and alcohol-fueled escapism help the unhappy duo find common ground in their growing adoration of suicide's benefits? I think we both know the answer to that question.

Marcel Ophuls et Jean-Luc Godard, La rencontre de St-Gervais (2010)

In 2009, in a small theater in Geneva, Switzerland, the film directors Marcel Ophuls and Jean-Luc Godard met for an unusual, surprisngly intimate and sometimes contentious dialogue with each other in front of a live audience. Luckily for us, it was filmed.

House of Black Wings (2010)

After a tragic act of violence cuts short her music career, Kate Stone is returning to a city full of ex-fans and ex-friends. Taking shelter with her last friend, a struggling artist named Robyn Huck, the two women work to restore the aging courtyard apartment building Robyn has inherited. But a terrible secret infests the venerable structure, and soon Kate will be haunted by horrific dreams, sinister apparitions, and the sounds of something moving in the walls. She will be dragged into a confrontation not only with her own dark past, but the unspeakable nightmare that lurks beyond the walls! *** In the style of character-driven 70's thrillers, experience this Lovecraftian ghost story from Sword & Cloak Productions. Special Features: "Making Of" Featurette, Wrap Reel, Trailer, Photo Gallery & Crew Commentary. Captions for the Hearing Impaired.

The Graveyard of Death (2005)

A reporter investigates rumors about an army cover-up involving a toxic waste dump and ends up fleeing from zombies that are brought back to life by experimental chemicals.

Elmo's World: Singing, Drawing & More! (2002)

Join Sesame Street's curious red monster as he explores singing, drawing, and telephones! Elmo's World offers kids and adults a fresh and lighthearted take on the world around them. Each episode comes to life in Elmo's bright, exciting and very original room - the drawer, door, shade, and TV all join in the fun. And he's even visited by a Muppet opera diva and a talking Muppet phone! Also featuring Elmo's pet goldfish, Dorothy, the zany Mr. Noodle and classic songs that will delight viewers of all ages.

Susie the Little Blue Coupe (1952)

Susie the Little Blue Coupe is an animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and originally released by RKO Radio Pictures on June 6, 1952. The eight-minute film was directed by Clyde Geronimi and based on an original short-story by Bill Peet. The story was adapted for the screen by Peet and Don DaGradi.

King of the Children (1987)

King of the Children is a 1987 drama film directed by Chen Kaige and starring Chen Shaohua. The film was based on a novella of the same name by Ah Cheng. The film competed for the Palme D'Or at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.

Bits (2012)

BITS features diverse short stories, some are meeting for the first time, others are rethinking their relationships. Filmed in four countries, in multiple different settings, BITS will have something for everyone.

Dangerous Games (2007)

Dangerous Games is a movie produced in the Mandarin languae, and it features the story of an ensemble of city dwellers who lead different and diverse lies. An unexpected event happens, and it causes their lives' paths to cross. Each characters' life path changes in ways they might not have imagined.

7915 Km (2008)

7915 KM is a 2008 documentary based on the 2007 Dakar Rally. This rally was 7,915 kilometers long and went through several wildly diverse places including Portugal, Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Morocco, and the Western Sahara desert. This film not only delves into the specifics of this remarkable motor-sports event, but also touches on the economic and political differences of the countries involved.

Onde Nostre (2010)

Onde Nostre is a lifestyle documentary film that shows the peculiarity of the Italian surf scene and the beauty of this sport, even in a country that's not usually considered a top destination for catching waves. With this film we intend show the passion and high level of the Italian surfers. The film is shot mainly in 16mm and super 8 and only a small part is shot digital in order to emphasize the beauty of the landscape. The film has a romantic approach to surfing. Action has a great relevance, with slow motion segments and an emotional editing. Onde Nostre also shows Italian surfers lifestyles and the endless search for good waves in the Mediterranean sea. We travelled in spring of 2010 between Liguria, Tuscany and Sardinia. The film breathes the grand and powerful landscapes where nature and our surfers are living in symbiosis. We had the chance to get into the lives of our riders, recording their emotions, their expectations and their joy. Showing parts were the human aspects and the hard part of being an athlete comes out. Onde Nostre is a tribute to our sea (Mare Nostrum) and to the their people that keep on searching, believing in a simple life style made of small but important values: friendship, nature, the joy of doing what we love to do.

Gnana Oli (1972)

Gnana Oli is a 1972 Tamil language drama film, directed by P. Madhavan, written by Vietnam Veedu Sundaram, starring Sivaji Ganesan in the lead role. It is a loose adaptation of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. This film was remade in Hindi as Devata (1978) and in Telugu as Chakravarthy (1987).

Kites (2008)

'Kites' tells the inspiring story of Kabul's budding young video producers. Through a clever combination of the students' video and their mentor Jacek Szaranski's artful camera work, we take a look at the use of video and high tech in a world more commonly associated with a backward and warmongering existence. A world where under the Taliban it was forbidden to show pictures of human beings, let alone for young women to operate video cameras. 'Kites' tells the story of the potential of young Afghans and their yearning for modernity.

Cool Cat Saves the Kids (2015)

"Cool Cat Saves the Kids" is an Anti-Bullying and Kid's Gun Safety Movie. Cool Cat is the coolest cat in the world, and Butch the Bully hates him because of it. So Butch always tries to bully Cool Cat and his friends, but Cool Cat Saves the Kids! Starring Vivica A. Fox, Erik Estrada, Derek Savage and Cool Cat

11/4/08 (2010)

Footage from around the world on the day Obama was elected President.

A Year And Change (2015)

A Year and Change is an independent drama, filmed in Maryland in December 2013.

Home the Horror Story (2000)

A benevolent patriarch's (Richard Beymer) hidden prejudices spring to life in his own house after he undergoes brain surgery.

The Prick (1981)

Minnesota is known for its nice people. Roshan is one of these individuals: a twenty-something childcare worker who has become deeply unsatisfied with the price of being "nice." Socially rebuffed and romantically frustrated, Roshan transforms into a sarcastic and mean-spirited manipulator, discovering along the way that this persona is more interesting to women. But will this change really lead to greater happiness, or will it turn Roshan's world upside down? From first time writer/director Justin Hawkins, comes a twisted and hilarious deconstruction of politeness, love and the nature of indecency. Say goodbye to Minnesota Nice and say hello to Prick.

Pepe Aguilar Mtv Unplugged (2014)

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

Lost Soul (2002)

Lost Souls is a horror film directed by Janusz Kaminski and produced by Meg Ryan. The film stars Winona Ryder as Maya Larkin and Ben Chaplin as Peter Kelson. The film was shot in Los Angeles and New York City. It based on a group of Roman Catholics that is being led by an ailing priest believing that Satan has intentions of transforming into man. This group believes that Peter Kelson is the host body, in which Satan will take over. Maya Larkin is a teacher that attempts to get Peter, who is also a writer, to believe that he is the target. By convincing someone without faith of a satanic take over, they will defeat the prophecy of Satan appearing in human form.

Mike Epps: Funny Bidness (2009)

This 90 minute special of hilariously raunchy and explosive comedy is comprised of stand up and skits along with raw behind-the-scenes footage of Mike Epps on the road and in the streets.

Almost Dead (1994)

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

Cardboard (2013)

Filmmaker Matt Longmire delves into the world pf panhandling.

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

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

Down the River (2004)

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

Broke* (2011)

“Is it possible for an artist to break?” Following on-the-verge artist Will Gray, Broke* chronicles the stories of artists and executives searching for ways to thrive in the face of today’s music industry challenges.

WildCat (2007)

Wildcatter Johnny Maverick and his pal, Chicopee Nevins are speeding toward Antril Bend, a small town in the oil region, that has offered $25,000 to the person bringing in the first oil well.They accidentally find oil on the town's outskirts, and Johnny writes a $4000 hot check for the property. He covers that by having Chicopee sell his half interest to oil promoter Gus Sloane for $7000. Sloane hires a crew to start drilling on his half of the property, with Johnny's old enemy, Mile Rawlins as his foreman. Rawlins sabotages Johnny's rig, causing Chicopee's death. Confidence man Oliver Westbrook and his confederate, Nan Dearing hatch a plan to swindle Johnny by having Nan pose as Chicopee's sister. It works and Johnny makes Nan his partner. Another accident staged by Rawlins forces Johnny to sign a note to get money for repair. Nan falls in love with Johnny and abandons her plan to swindle him. As the note deadline approaches, Johnny learns that Sloane has purchased it as a means of taking over the well.

The Cradle of Storms (2014)

Join a group of surfers as they explore Alaska's remote Aleutian Arc in search of never before surfed waves. Set against the stunning volcanic backdrop of the Aleutian Islands, The Cradle of Storms is cold-water surf exploration at its finest.

Frank Enstein (1992)

Frank is a mechanical human-like son created by Dr. Max Enstein to retrieve a scientific formula which was stolen from him by his competitors. With the help of a TV journalist, Frank is convinced that his father is not a good man and Frank is unable to complete his father's mission effectively. In his search for the formula, Frank is caught in many hilarious situations in which he responds like the "big clumsy kid" that he actually is.

Awaken the Devil (2015)

Two brothers stumble into an abandoned building for shelter and enter a nightmarish world of demons that will change their lives forever.

Deep Sleep (2013)

Sonno Profondo, also known as Deep Sleep, is an Italian giallo film. In spite of being shot in Argentina, the film’s screenplay is written in Italian. The movie is set in the 1970s. Sonno Profondo is a feature film directed and written by Luciano Onetti and produced by Nicolás Onetti. The film had excellent critics after its World Premiere at Sitges 2013. The soundtrack was composed by Luciano Onetti in the style of Ennio Morricone. Sonno Profondo won the Tabloid Witch Awards for "Best Music Soundtrack".

Second To Die (2002)

Second to Die is a thriller film released in 2002. The film stars Erika Eleniak, Jerry Kroll, and Colleen Camp. Its tagline was "One murder is never enough".

Entr'acte (2002)

Entr'acte is a 1924 French short film directed by René Clair, which premiered as an entr'acte for the Ballets Suédois production Relâche at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris. Relâche is based on a book and with settings by Francis Picabia, produced by Rolf de Maré, and with choreography by Jean Börlin. The music for both the ballet and the film was composed by Erik Satie.

Save The Date (2012)

Save the Date is a 2012 film directed by Michael Mohan. It stars Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie. It won the Achievement Award at the 2012 Newport Beach Film Festival and was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

Artie Lange: Jack And Coke (2009)

As raw and offensive as ever, Artie Lange returns to his roots in JACK AND COKE, shot at one of his favorite clubs in his beloved New York City. One of America's funniest stand-up comedians, Lange's irreverent, uncensored humor gets huge laughs from this NYC crowd. The culmination of nearly four years of touring, JACK AND COKE includes nearly an hour and a half of insanely honest, hilarious material. Hope you like it.

Rivers of Men (2011)

The legend, the details and the lie surrounding the Bolivian city that went to war over water. A mother who lost a son, an Army General who was ordered to send his troops against his own hometown, a homeless man who became a hero and a single father who harvests flowers help shape the triumph of the Cochabamba water war. But the passage of time and the complexity of reality transformed this story into a painful process of tragedy and deception. In an attempt to become part of this people's movement, a young filmmaker has no choice but to abandon what he believes in. What remains is an exploration of the lost relationship between man and water, which then becomes the lost relationship of man with himself.

Asad (2012)

Asad is a 2012 South African-American short film directed by Bryan Buckley. The film was nominated for the 2012 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film.

Sucker (1998)

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Safety First: The Rise of Women! (2008)

Boobs, bums, buffoons and high-rise safety converge in this hilarious fast paced satire where women run the office and men run scared! In this safety film for women who work in office buildings, you'll see the hottest women in California test their survival instincts in various life threatening emergency situations. Influenced by Russ Meyer, Fellini and the mock humor of Christopher Guest, this film is a comic gem from a writer/director with a totally unique vision and filmmaking style. As outrageous as it is, the film contains real high-rise safety procedures as dictated by the Los Angeles Fire Department and other municipalities in the state of California and can actually be used to help businesses become OSHA compliant.

Behind the Glass Door: Hannah's Story (1998)

Behind the Glass Door: Hannah's Story reveals both the tremendous challenges and deep joys of raising a child with a developmental disability. As an infant, Hannah would not respond when someone walked into the room. When other babies were walking, she still crawled. At two years old, Hannah could not speak a word. She lived in her own little world, one of constant tantrums that kept her family awake at nights for weeks on end. Frustration and sleepless nights turned into desperation. But Hannah's mother prayed to God and clearly heard Him say in her heart, "Hannah has been made in my image. You need to look at her like I see her." Through the support of a team of care-workers and other professionals, Hannah made progress. Her family discovered she could count. And then one day, she spoke -- in perfect, clear English. Soon, she was using the family computer to study Dinosaurs. Hannah's Story is an inspiring account of how one dedicated family has learned to raise a child diagnosed with PDD, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, a form of autism. Viewers will be touched by the story's revealing truth -- that a family's committed, God-centered love can help us survive even the most challenging valleys of life.

Feud of the West (1936)

Feud of the West is a 1936 American western film directed by Harry L. Fraser and starring Hoot Gibson, Buzz Barton and Bob Kortman. It is a B film made by the Poverty Row company Diversion Pictures.

Peter Jennings Reporting: The Kennedy Assassination - Beyond Conspiracy (2003)

No other murder in history has produced as much speculation as the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. Forty years later more than 80% of Americans still believe there was a conspiracy to kill the president and that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone. This film attempts to separate fact from conspiracy theories to get to the truth. "The Kennedy Assassination: Beyond Conspiracy" employs stunning forensic technology that makes it possible for the first time to be an eyewitness to this crime of the century - to see precisely what happened that November day in Dallas. Award-winning animator Dale Myers spent the last decade creating a computer-generated reconstruction of the assassination based on maps, blueprints, physical measurements, over 500 photographs, the Zapruder film and crime-lab and autopsy reports. Myers reconstruction brings viewers as close as anyone could come to actually being in Dealey Plaza on that day. "Beyond Conspiracy" is a program that counters speculation and theory with rational conclusions based on hard evidence as it examines a tragedy that still haunts the American psyche.

Journey of the Heart (1997)

A music teacher (Stephen Lang) helps a single mother (Cybill Shepherd) develop the musical genius within her blind, autistic son (Chris Demetral).

Eclectic Shorts by Eric Leiser (2005)

Nickelodeon wiz-kid Erik Leiser displays his boundless creativity in this short collection. A stunning compilation of works presented with a mixture of live action, stop motion animation, puppetry and pixilation techniques, produced between 2001 and 2006. Original Score by Jeffrey Leiser: Psalms, Prelude, Iceland, Waking a Dream, Terra Iconit a, Autumn and more.

The Girl in Lovers Lane (1960)

The Girl in Lovers' Lane is a 1960 American film directed by Charles R. Rondeau following the adventures of two drifters who get involved with the residents of the little town of Sherman. It was parodied on the television show Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Death and Diamonds (1968)

Death and Diamonds (German: Dynamit in grüner Seide) is a 1968 German thriller film directed by Harald Reinl and starring George Nader, Carl Möhner and Heinz Weiss. It was part of the Jerry Cotton series of films about an FBI agent.

Quest for the Real Paul (2005)

Go on a fascinating journey to many of the places where the apostle traveled and taught. Along the way, scholar David Hulme begins to unravel the centuries of accumulated misunderstanding about Paul and his teachings. With modern scholarship shedding new light on the biblical record, an astonishingly different picture of the apostle Paul emerges.

Withered in a Blooming Season (2005)

Feng is a gay high school student who shares his home and room with his twin sister, Wen. His attractions toward his sister are obsessive, but Wen is growing too old for his attentions and sets out to make a life of her own.

Ben Bailey: Road Rage (2011)

This movie shows Ben try his hand at comedy. He has hosted several television shows and now he is trying his comedy routine in front of a live audience. His comedy act makes fun of road rage incidents as well as the stupid things people do while they are driving.

Ben Folds and Waso Live in Perth (2005)

Ben Folds, The West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Live In Perth

Paraiso Travel (2008)

Young lovers travel to New York City where they are put to the test.

Pressure Point (2001)

Pressure Point is a 1999 Canadian film, starring Michael Madsen. It was directed by Eric Weston.

Pecker (1998)

A Baltimore sandwich shop employee becomes an overnight sensation when photographs he's taken of his weird family become the latest rage in the art world.

Phas Gaye Re Obama (2010)

Phas Gaye Re Obama is a 2010 Bollywood satire film directed by Subhash Kapoor and starring Rajat Kapoor, Neha Dhupia, Sanjay Mishra, Manu Rishi and Amole Gupte in the lead roles. The music and the background score is composed by Manish. J. Tipu and lyrics are penned by Shellee and Gopal Tiwari. The film was released on 3 December 2010. It was produced by Revel Films and distributed by Warner Bros Pictures. Phas Gaye Re Obama is a comedy set against the backdrop of global recession/meltdown that originated in the US.

The Pickle (1993)

The Pickle is a 1993 film produced, written, and directed by Paul Mazursky, telling the story of a formerly powerful film director whose recent string of flops has forced him to make a commercial piece that is artistically uninspired. The absurdity of the film within the film satirizes big-budget Hollywood pictures, while the rest of the story serves as a character study of fictitious film director Harry Stone.

Perfect Child (2007)

A jealous ex-lover (Jody Thompson) threatens the budding relationship between an executive and a single father.

Battle for Dien Bien Phu (1979)

In the spring of 1954, the Viet Minh rebels under General Vo Nguyen Giap launched an attack on the French stronghold of Dien Bien Phu. What resulted was a desperate two month battle, the outcome of which would have serious repercussions not only for the First Indochina War, but for all of Vietnam for decades to come.

Orphan of the Pecos (1937)

Orphan of the Pecos is a 1937 American Western film produced and directed by Sam Katzman and starring Tom Tyler, Jeanne Martel, Howard Bryant, and Forrest Taylor. Written by Basil Dickey, the film is about a cowboy who is falsely accused of murdering a rancher whose body he discovers. Before the sheriff arrives, he escapes and tries to find evidence to clear his name and help the rancher's daughter save her ranch. The film was released in the United States on December 30, 1937 by Victor Pictures.

Sesame Street: Bedtime with Elmo (2009)

It's bedtime on Sesame Street! Just like all little kids, Elmo and Abby would rather make funny faces and sing silly songs than go to sleep. Luckily, Elmo's dad Louie knows just how to deal with extra glasses of water and little monsters who are afraid of the dark. Parents will love practical strategies Louie uses to get Elmo and Abby to go to bed, and children will love snuggling under the covers with this timeless video.

High School Record (2005)

The exploits of four awkward high-school seniors are caught on tape by several classmates who are shooting a documentary.

Swing (1999)

An ex-con (Hugo Speer) dreams of putting together a swing band and getting back with his ex-girlfriend (Lisa Stansfield), now married to the cop who arrested him.

The Extendables (2014)

The Extendables (also known as Action Hero) is a 2014 American parody film directed by Brian Thompson. The film is a parody of The Expendables and similar action movies. The director, Brian Thompson said it contained actual events he had witnessed. The film was released on iTunes.

Cruisin' (2014)

Four diverse groups of friends cross paths in life-changing ways after they all hit the boulevard for a night of fun and adventure.

Around the Country (2010)

Follow Youtube personalities / Actors Shawn C Phillips and M.J Kelley on their trip cross country from Maryland to California. Will they make it. Check out the adventure to find out.

Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show (2013)

This concert which was filmed at Sweden Rock Festival in June 2013 is not only a massive greatest hits show in front of 30,000 people, it also marks the 30th anniversary of the band. They celebrate by playing 28 songs spanning their whole career. Between the heavy rock songs they also sit down for an emotional acoustic set which brings an intimate feel to this otherwise massive arena show.

America's Lost H-Bomb (2007)

This program presents the story of how in 1958, a damaged US B-47 bomber jettisoned a nuclear bomb off the coast of Georgia with an undisclosed quantity of highly enriched uranium. The US Navy and Air Force deemed the bomb "irretrievably lost."

Isabelle Eberhardt (1991)

Isabelle Eberhardt is a 1991 Australian-French biographical drama film directed by Ian Pringle. The film follows the adult life of Isabelle Eberhardt and was filmed in Algiers, Paris and Geneva. It stars Mathilda May as Eberhardt and Peter O'Toole as Hubert Lyautey. It received financial backing from the Film Finance Corporation Australia and was nominated for three awards at the 1991 Australian Film Institute Awards. Isabelle Eberhardt was screened at the 1991 Melbourne International Film Festival and was also released in cinemas in Australia, though did not have a home media release. The film received generally negative reviews.

Bombsight Stolen (1941)

John Barington is an inventor, testing bomb mechanisms for the Air Ministry. His laboratory is in his country house where, unknown to him, various members of his domestic staff are undercover spies. The plan is to kidnap Barington, aided by a German agent. This agent comes in the form of a wounded RAF pilot who is taken to the house. What the kidnappers don’t know, however, is that the butler is in fact a detective working for Scotland Yard.