Seven Minutes in Heaven (1986)

A brainy teen (Jennifer Connelly), her boy-crazy friend (Maddie Corman) and a teenage guy (Byron Thames) take trips out of town and grow up.

Scenes From The Goldmine (1987)

Singer-songwriter Debi DiAngelo (Catherine Mary Stewart) struggles for a foothold in the music business despite the disapproval of her emotionally distant father (Alex Rocco). A musical partnership with cocky, self-destructive new-waver Niles Dresden (Cameron Dye) blossoms into a full-fledged love affair, but Debi's needs for fuller musical and personal self-expression soon begin to chafe against Niles' dictatorial treatment of his bandmates, including presenting Debi's songs as his own.

Satin (2011)

Stranded in a small town, a Las Vegas lounge singer (Hamilton von Watts) meets a jazz legend (Robert Guillaume) who inspires him.

Suburban Madness (2004)

A Houston orthodontist (Elizabeth Pea) kills her philandering husband (Brett Cullen) by running over him with her automobile.

Shooting Elizabeth (1992)

Before a man (Jeff Goldblum) can kill his nagging wife (Mimi Rogers) as planned, she disappears and he's charged with murder.

The Sea Change (1998)

An arrogant banker (Sean Chapman) has to share a hotel room with a working stiff (Ray Winstone) when his plane is rerouted.

Songwriter (1984)

Doc Jenkins (Willie Nelson) is a country music star who's become fed up with the industry. With some help from Blackie Buck (Kris Kristofferson), his old partner, and Gilda (Lesley Ann Warren), a rising star he's been mentoring, he tries to get back at Rodeo Rocky (Richard Sarafian), a ruthless promoter who's swindled him out of the publishing rights to his songs. Doc also sets out to get back together with his kindly ex-wife, Honey (Melinda Dillon).

Split Decisions (1988)

An Irish-American boxer (Craig Sheffer) turns pro with his father (Gene Hackman) for one fight, to avenge his slain boxer brother.

Savage Island (1985)

A vengeful woman (Linda Blair) with an automatic frees women from a slave-labor emerald mine in the tropics.

Sherlock Holmes: The Incident At Victoria Falls (1992)

Incident at Victoria Falls is a Sherlock Holmes mystery originally presented as a four hour mini-series on European television in the four countries that financed the production of the series

Strange Things Happen at Sundown (2003)

People, who have been turned into vampires, carve a gory path through New York City, as they lose their grip on reality.

The Secrets Of Jonathan Sperry (2008)

An old man (Gavin MacLeod) mentors three boys (Jansen Panettiere) in the ways of the Lord.

A Sidewalk Astronomer (2005)

John Dobson tours the country giving lectures on astronomy, cosmology, and telescope design.

Starkweather (2004)

In 1958, 19-year-old Charles Starkweather (Brent Taylor) and his 14-year-old girlfriend Caril-Ann Fugate (Shannon Lucio) go on a killing spree across the Midwest.

Operation Valkyrie (2004)

Conspirators carry out a plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler in July 1944.

Samaritan Girl (2004)

A policeman (Eol Lee) confronts his teenage daughter (Gwak Ji-min) after learning she is moonlighting as a prostitute.

Samay: When Time Strikes (2003)

ACP Malvika Chauhan investigates a series of murders where the killer leaves a similar pattern after murdering his victims.

Saint Monica (2002)

A girl (Genevieve Buechner) wants to play an angel in her church's annual procession celebrating the Virgin Mary.

Sorum (2001)

A cabdriver (Kim Myeong-min) moves into a decrepit apartment that may be haunted by its previous occupant.

The Sleepy Time Gal (2001)

Stricken with cancer, a writer (Jacqueline Bisset) visits a former boyfriend and hopes to contact her estranged daughter (Martha Plimpton).

Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985)

After graduating in the first "Police Academy," Carey Mahoney (Steve Guttenberg) and the rest of his hapless fellow officers are assigned to a precinct commanded by Capt. Pete Lassard (Howard Hesseman), whose district is being harassed by a gang led by Zed (Bob Goldthwait). Given 30 days to shape up or lose his post, Lassard struggles to discipline his incompetent new charges, while subordinate Lt. Mauser (Art Metrano) plots to take his job away.

Prison (1987)

An innocent convict returns from the grave and seeks vengeance against the warden responsible for his death 25 years ago.

Puss In Boots (1988)

A miller's son, Corin (Jason Connery), is disappointed to have inherited only a cat from his father. But he's stunned to find that, when the cat puts on a special pair of boots, it appears as a human being (Christopher Walken). Even better, the cat is remarkably clever, and devises a scheme to help Corin move up in the world. He spreads the rumor that Corin is, in fact, a marquis, and soon attracts the attention of the king (Yossi Graber) and his winsome daughter (Carmela Marner).

Puppet Master 4 (1993)

Blade, Pin Head and the other puppets help their new boss, Decapitron, battle puppet twins called totems.

Phantasm 3: Lord Of The Dead (1994)

The evil alien known as the Tall Man (Angus Scrimm) has infiltrated the minds of Mike (A. Michael Baldwin) and Reggie (Reggie Bannister). The two friends embark on a journey to find and kill him, only to discover that he has destroyed town after town, leaving zombies in place of the living. Along the way, Mike and Reggie meet several characters who share their goal, including a murderous boy named Tim (Kevin Connors) and two young women who are excellent fighters.

The Painted Desert (1931)

A tungsten miner (Bill Boyd) loves his father's rival's daughter (Helen Twelvetrees) and fights off her other suitor (Clark Gable).

Moogfest 2006: Live (2007)

Featuring an incredible array of the world's leading keyboardists, Moogfest, the annual festival celebrating the groundbreaking achievements of maverick inventor Robert Moog and his namesake synthesizer, captures the spirit that altered the course of modern music for all time and has since become an integral part of our musical culture. Filmed live at New York's famed B.B. King Blues Club, this DVD features from some of it's greatest practitioners including Keith Emerson (The Nice, ELP), Jan Hammer (The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jeff Beck), Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater), Bernie Worrell (P-Funk), Roger O'Donnell (The Cure), The Mahahavishnu Project and DJ Logic.

Beyond the Wall: Homeless Zone (2009)

Beyond the Wall: Homeless Zone navigates the journey of two Iraq War veterans who slipped through the cracks and lived on the streets of Washington, D.C. and two Vietnam veterans who helped them in the fight to end homelessness.

The Famous Joe Project (2012)

Joe, in the midst of dropping out of college and coming out as gay, decides to record the everyday activities of his life on a handheld mini-video and post the clips to the internet. Soon after he begins this experiment, Joe meets Jesus, a narcissistic hustler drawn to the idea of constantly being on camera.

Young Ideas (1943)

A college girl (Susan Peters) and her brother undermine their mother's (Mary Astor) marriage to a Midwestern professor (Herbert Marshall).

School Of Death (1975)

Dean Selmier, Sandra Mozaroski, Victoria Vera. An 1899 London orphanage is the setting for this weird tale. There is a really cool looking monster-guy doing weird experiments on an attractive young woman. He's actually a fire-scarred mad doctor who subjects his beautiful victim to memory-draining surgery, turning her into a zombie. She eventually dies, but like in all good horror movies she's soon seen walking around again. Who is this mad doctor and what does he want? All things considered, this is a good old-fashioned horror movie that's very atmospheric and entertaining. A very good Euro-horror film. Color, 16mm.

The Judge and the General (2008)

In this documentary about a nation's emergence from political repression, Chilean Judge Juan Guzmn looks into mysterious deaths apparently committed by supporters of ex-dictator Augusto Pinochet. After seizing power in 1973, Pinochet rules Chile for more than 15 years, his tenure marked by the disappearance of countless political opponents. Guzmn, a former backer of the Pinochet government, ultimately uncovers painful details about his country's recent history.

Billy The Kid's Round-Up (1941)

(1941, PRC) Buster Crabbe, Al. St. John, Carleton Young, Charlie King, Joan Barclay. When outlaw trouble brews, a town sheriff sends for Buster and Al. When they ride into town they find the sheriff has been killed! The bad guys then target the local newspaper when Fuzzy decides to run for sheriff. One of Buster's very best PRCs. 16mm.

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.

Salt and Pepper (1968)

Christopher Pepper (Peter Lawford) and Charles Salt (Sammy Davis Jr.) are hip Soho nightclub owners enjoying the good life -- until a secret agent turns up dead in their club. They find her diary and, pursuing the case on their own, discover a sinister plot to overthrow the British government, masterminded by a certain Col. Woodstock (John Le Mesurier). Salt and Pepper have a tough time getting anyone to believe their story until Col. Balsom (Ernest Clark) of MI5 hires them to foil the plot.

Fort Utah (1967)

An ex-gunfighter (John Ireland) and an Indian agent stop a U.S. Cavalry deserter and his band of marauders.

Under The Influence (2011)

Yan Baojiu gets drunk during a business meeting, signs a bad contract, and spends the night sleeping next to a woman. After losing his job, Yan tries to pull the pieces of his life back together, but his family is angry about his night out.

Reaching for the Moon (1931)

A millionaire needs coaching from his valet on the ways of love and follows the object of his affections on an ocean liner. He loses his fortune but does he lose the girl?

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.

11/4/08 (2010)

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

A Private's Affair (1959)

Three guys (Sal Mineo, Barry Coe, Gary Crosby) from vastly different backgrounds meet in a barracks at Army boot camp. Quickly becoming friends, they discover a shared talent for music. One day they compose a song off the cuff. Their ditty is so catchy, it draws the attention of a television host, who urges them to participate in a talent show. The soldiers try to hone their act while getting involved in complicated romances and diplomatic relations. Will they make it to the show on time?

A Royal Hangover (2014)

Filmmaker Arthur Cauty examines the United Kingdom's ambivalent alcohol culture.

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 Yank At Eton (1942)

Dismayed when his mother marries Englishman Roger Carlton (Ian Hunter), teenager Tim Dennis (Mickey Rooney) chafes at leaving America and his college football dreams to move to England. His mother convinces Tim to try Eton College for six months, but once there he clashes with the traditions of the conservative students -- who are led by Roger's son, school head boy Peter (Freddie Bartholomew). When Tim's girlfriend shows an interest in Peter, Tim's response nearly causes disaster.

Alien Boy: The Life And Death Of James Chasse (2013)

The death and life of James Chasse changes a city.

All God's Children Can Dance (2008)

In this adaptation of a Haruki Murakami story, a strange young man named Kengo (Jason Lew) is living in the Koreatown section of Los Angeles, hoping to find his father. Kengo's mother (Joan Chen) has always told him that he is the son of God, but now he wants to know if this is the truth. Kengo is heavily involved with Sandra (Sonja Kinski), which takes most of his time. But then he sees a deformed man he suspects may be his father. Desperate for answers, Kengo begins following the man.

Apur Panchali (2014)

A child actor is hired to portray Apu in Pather Panchali.

Archon Defender (2009)

An orphan (Katie Uhlmann) learns how to tap into inner powers and face down her feelings of despair to wage battle with an evil empress.

Barbecue (2014)

Antoine has to change his life after a heart attack.

Barney: I Love My Friends (2012)

Barney, BJ and Baby Bop celebrate friendships by playing games and singing songs. This is a movie aimed at young children. Katie and Logan are two of the friends who want to play in the park with their stuffed animals. When their wagon breaks, Barney comes to the rescue, showing that friends help each other in times of need.

Behind the Red Carpet (2014)

The behind-the-scenes movers and shakers of the Toronto International Film Festival.

Being Bradford Dillman (2011)

Molly does not know who to believe after her mother tells her an absurd story.

Paparazzi (2015)

Franck shows up in a gossip magazine photo behind a brawling TV star at a football match. Unfortunately for Franck, he should have been at his night watchman's job at the time, so when his boss sees the photo in DQ Magazine, Franck suddenly finds himself in the unemployment line. Vowing revenge, he sets out to find Michel Verdier, the notorious, ace paparazzi who unwittingly got Frank fired. From the moment Franck walks in to the offices of DQ Magazine, discovering its world of stolen images, secrets for sale, and glamorous love affairs played out in public, his life is transformed. Like a true paparazzi, Franck hunts down Michel Verdier. When he finally comes into contact with this super pro, Franck quickly succumbs, much too quickly, to the lure of adventure, easy money and easier women. Reckless as ever, Michel Verdier is about to create another unscrupulous, out of control paparazzi.

Raiders of the Damned (2007)

Soldiers must battle zombies to save a group of scientists.

Report To The Commissioner (1975)

Patty Butler (Susan Blakely) is a New York City police detective working undercover to investigate a Times Square drug-trafficking ring run by a street-smart crook named Stick Henderson (Tony King). When a naive rookie cop, Bo Lockley (Michael Moriarty), begins to investigate Patty, the incident ends with Patty shot dead. After Patty's death, Bo's corrupt superiors attempt to cover up the incident, and Bo is forced into an uneasy alliance with Stick Henderson.

Monkeyshine (2008)

Monkeyshine follows Jake Truman, an everyday regular guy, in search of a legacy left by his Grandfather for generations. At his Grandfathers funeral, Jake is handed an envelope which contains a map of an island apparently called Monkeyshine. Jake must look into his soul and follow his heart to find out who he really is, and what he really wants, before he can set out on a journey that could change his life forever...

Fall Into Me (2007)

The lives of two people, Maria (Heidi Fellner) and Steve (Ron Menzel), change when their fabrications collide.

Conquest of Space (1955)

A captain (Walter Brooke), his son (Eric Fleming), a sergeant (Mickey Shaughnessy) and crew take off from a space station in a rocketship for Mars.

The Custodian (2006)

Living the mundane existence of a professional bodyguard, always in the shadows of his clients, Ruben decides to make a change that will finally give him a personal connection outside of his solitary world. An official selection of the prestigious Global Lens Collection presented by the Global Film Initiative. (Argentina: Spanish with English subtitles.)

Of Time And The City (2008)

Terence Davies recalls his life growing up in Liverpool, England in the 1950s and 1960s using newsreel and documentary footage.

Searching for the 4th Nail (2009)

An American gypsy turns his camera on the secret life of his Romani culture.

George & A.J. (2009)

Nurses George and A.J. witness Carl's house floating away and see other senior citizens making their own escapes.

My Year Without Sex (2009)

An Australian family experiences ups and downs during a year that follows an emergency.

An Easter Bunny Puppy (2013)

A confused young canine wants to be the Easter Bunny, but his family thinks that dogs should just concentrate on being dogs.

The Smiths: The Queen Is Dead - A Classic Album Under Review (2008)

If The Smiths had called it a day after Meat Is Murder, and never released The Queen Is Dead, they would surely still be seen as one of the finest British bands ever - a perpetual legacy was assured soon after their second album. But on June 16th 1986, when the band released their third record proper, they entered an exclusive league that grants new membership once a decade at best. This DVD is a visual review of this groundbreaking record, it's writing, recording, production, release and legacy. Showing for the first time how it all came together and what made it so great, the film is all at once hugely enlightening, downright entertaining, and remains the only visual document of this momentous happening ever released. Features Include rare footage of The Smiths, studio and live recordings of every track on the album, revealing interviews with band members and many others who worked with them on the record, footage of and comment on the pivotal influences on the music

Dangerous Lady (1941)

A female lawyer teams up with her private-eye husband to solve a murder.

To Educate a Girl (2010)

GlobalGirl Media Network Presents: What does it take to educate a girl in a world where 72 million children are not in school - most of them female? Filmmakers Frederick Rendina and Oren Rudavsky set out to find the answer.

Unlikely Heroes of the Arab Spring (2014)

Presented by the award-winning author and property-rights activist Hernando de Soto, this public television special presents, for the first time, the basic human and economic events that led to the Arab uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa. The program shows that "The Arab Spring" was less a political event than it was about the coming of the industrial revolution to a region where over 90% of the population lives and works outside the rule of law. De Soto shows us that this informal economy is, however, the one common thread that can contribute to the region's growth and stability.

Angel, Alien and UFO Encounters from Another Dimension (2012)

Have you ever wondered if something is alive in the sky, observing us? Alien Angels and UFOs takes that momentary inkling and explores the endless possibilities of other-worldly intelligence. With first hand accounts and real footage, host Ken Klein makes his case for life beyond what humanity can comprehend.

Kill Me (2012)

A young detective is doing his best to keep criminals off the street. This especially means individuals who are part of the mafia. The detective is tested when he falls in love with a girl who has no respect for the law. She has a boyfriend who is not afraid to kill anyone, and she is running from the mafia. This detective must now decide if all of this trouble is worth it. Furthermore, he must decide if losing everything he has worked for is worth it. Quickly, this detective sees entire different side of life that working for the law does not give him.

Red White Black & Blue (2006)

On June 7, 1942, 3,000 Japanese troops invaded Alaska, the only invasion of American soil since the War of 1812. Sixty years later, two U.S. soldiers who fought on the remote Aleutian island of Attu embark on a journey back to one of the bloodiest battles of World War II, where they relive the brutal 19-day combat that the American government kept secret.

Mrdrchain (2010)

Sliceman has adventures in the land of Murderchain.

Wilderness Survival for Girls (2004)

Ruth (Jeanette Brox), Deb (Megan Henning) and Kate (Ali Humiston) are three teens enjoying a weekend getaway at a remote mountain cabin. Their fun is interrupted by the intrusion of a stranger (James Morrison), who may or may not be responsible for an unsolved murder nearby.

Night of Fear (1972)

(1972) Norman Yemm, Carla Hoogeveen, Mike Dorsey, Briony Behets. This is one creepy, nail-biting film. A young woman becomes lost in the woods after her horse runs off. Little does she know that a deranged maniac is on the loose who takes great pleasure in taking a rusty blade to unwary travelers. In addition to being a loony tunes psycho, he also keeps a large pack of blood-fed rats around the house. This great Australian chiller was originally banned by censors. It has a dull, plodding sense of impending horror that truly gets under your skin after a while. Brrrr. Probably not one for the kids. Color, 35mm.

My Name Is Nobody (2005)

When a drifter returns home after 10 years, he discovers that something terrible has happened to his family.

Detective Kitty O'Day (1944)

An amateur sleuth (Jean Parker) drags her reluctant boyfriend (Peter Cookson) into situations that lead to them being accused of murder.

Cocaine Cowboys: Reloaded (2014)

In the 1980s, ruthless Colombian cocaine barons invaded Miami with a brand of violence unseen in this country since Prohibition-era Chicago. Cocaine Cowboys is the true story of how Miami became the drug, murder and cash capital of the United States. But it isn't the whole story - Pulling from hundreds of hours of additional interviews and recently uncovered archival news footage, Cocaine Cowboys has been RELOADED: packed with footage and stories that have never been told about Griselda Blanco, the MedellĂ­n Cartel, and Miami's Cocaine Wars, with firsthand accounts by hit man Jorge 'Rivi' Ayala, cocaine trafficker Jon Roberts, smuggler Mickey Munday, and others. Cocaine Cowboys: Reloaded recreates Miami's Cocaine Wars like you've never experienced it.

Spare Time Killers (2012)

A hit man (Kirk Ramage) goes on a deadly rampage when his longtime cohort (Tony Martin Blank) decides to retire.

Haunted House On Sorority Row (2014)

After a fledgling sorority moves into an old house, something evil begins to affect the minds and bodies of its members.

Beneath The 12-Mile Reef (1953)

Just off the coast of Florida, two fishing operations have become spiteful business rivals. On one side is Mike Petrakis (Gilbert Roland) and on the other is Thomas Rhys (Richard Boone). Mounting tension over territory in the Gulf Coast soon leads to violence. However, when dashing young Tony Petrakis (Robert Wagner) meets the lovely Gwyneth Rhys (Terry Moore), the young lovers quickly forget their fathers' bloody feud and begin a dangerous romance on the high seas.

Bobby Slayton: Born to Be Bobby (2010)

Living legend Bobby Slayton is one of the most recognized, respected, and energetic comedians working today. Audiences around the country have seen him in a number of films including Dreamgirls and Get Shorty, as well as his outrageous comedy performances on everything from The Tonight Show, Howard Stern, and Family Guy. Quoting the New York Daily News: "He's armed and dangerous! ... with a refusal to compromise his comedic art for anybody!" The Pitbull of Comedy is barking back in a new hour of laughs sure to leave you howling!

Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero (2000)

ATOMIC JOURNEYS explores the secret history of the over 900 Atomic and Hydrogen bomb tests detonated throughout the United States in previously unknown locations as diverse as Mississippi, Colorado, New Mexico and Alaska. Through the use of unique and spectacular, never-before-seen nuclear test footage, ATOMIC JOURNEYS travels to former test sites and examines the physical changes to the environment, the history behind each test and what the test sites are like today. Finally, we will visit the Nevada Test Site, known as the most bombed place on earth.

Quicksand (1950)

Dan (Mickey Rooney) is a nice guy who needs $20 for a hot date with waitress Vera (Jeanne Cagney). He sneaks the sum from his boss, fully intending to pay it back later by collecting from a buddy who owes him. The friend never makes good on the money, so Dan pulls a small con for the cash. However, this petty crime lands Dan in hot water, and he finds himself committing a more serious transgression to buy his way out of trouble. But this is just the start of a very unlucky pattern.

Thundering Caravans (1952)

A U.S. marshal (Allan "Rocky" Lane) solves gold-ore thefts for a sheriff (Eddy Waller) blasted by a newspaper.

Sengoku Basara: The Last Party (2011)

Toyotomi Hideyoshi is defeated, but feudal Japan isn't safe yet.

Arnez J: Racially Motivated (2013)

Arnez is back in in his element as he performs gutbusting impressions and tells stories of his family life in this one-hour special. His spastic comedy will leave you howling.

Fist of Golden Monkey (1983)

If you like Mystery Science Theater,and loads of Kung Fu action,then this is the film for you!

Tha Alkaholiks: Live from Rehab (2008)

Tha Alkaholiks - Live From Rehab is a live performance from the group Alkaholiks. The video also features performances from Xzibit, King T, Styliztik Jones, and more. The genre of music is rap and hip hop. It was filmed in Los Angeles and released in 2008.

Jungle Bride (1933)

A newsman (Kenneth Thomson), his fiancee (Anita Page) and a wanted man (Charles Starrett) are shipwrecked on the way to Africa.

Murder! (1930)

Actress Edna Druce is found dead, and fellow thespian Diana Baring (Norah Baring) can't explanation why she's holding the murder weapon. Diana seems destined for conviction and the death penalty, but juror Sir John Menier (Herbert Marshall) thinks she's innocent. An actor himself, Sir John collects clues and revisits the crime scene in an attempt to clear Diana, but his noble efforts might finger another performer with ties to Edna and Diana's touring company.

Tchoupitoulas (2012)

Three brothers discover the late-night scene of New Orleans.

The Shadow of Chikara (1977)

Set during the Civil War, an Army captain and a woman go in search of hidden jewels.

Bundle Of Joy (1956)

When department store clerk Polly Parish (Debbie Reynolds) finds an abandoned baby, she unwittingly falls victim to her gossip-crazed coworkers. Even store owner John Merlin (Adolphe Menjou) assumes the baby is hers, and then goes so far as to demand that his son Dan (Eddie Fisher) step in and "do the right thing." Caught up in the moment -- and eager to spend time with the hunky younger Merlin -- Parish plays along. As Parish and Dan grow closer, she struggles to keep the truth from him.

Picture of Light (1994)

A film crew braves the rigors of the Canadian Arctic Circle in winter to document the beauty of the aurora borealis.

As You Like It (1936)

A duke usurps his brother's land and power, banishing him and his retinue into the forest of Arden. The banished duke's daughter, Rosalind, remains with her cousin Celia. She has fallen in love with Orlando, but he has his own tyrannical brother to contend with, so he joins those in the forest. Rosalind, now banished, disguises herself as a young man, with Celia as her servant, and follows Orlando into the forest. There, nature stirs love's fires in various rustics as well as in those from the court. Phebe, a shepherdess loved by Silvius, is herself smitten with the disguised Rosalind. Can true love find a way, and can brothers be reconciled and harmony restored?

Square Grouper (2011)

Filmmakers examine the 1970s and '80s pot-smuggling culture in South Florida, where the coastline and proximity to the Caribbean and Latin America made the location ideal for trafficking.

The Ranger and the Lady (1940)

A Texas Ranger (Roy Rogers) and his partner (George "Gabby" Hayes) try to tax a woman's (Jacqueline Wells) wagon train on the Santa Fe Trail.

When the Lights Go On Again (1944)

A couple hurdle many objections on their way to the altar, only to learn that the husband must go off to war.

Room For One More (1952)

Poppy (Cary Grant) and Anna Rose (Betsy Drake) have a soft spot for young people in need. Despite having three children of their own, they can't help but take action when they meet a pair of troubled young orphans. Young Jane (Iris Mann) is horribly depressed, while Jimmy (Clifford Tatum Jr.) is physically disabled and has a long history as a troublemaker. As they welcome the pair into their home, the Roses use love and understanding to help the orphans get to the bottom of their problems.

Pia de' Tolomei (2005)

In recent years not only music festivals but also important opera theatres have turned their attention towards the neglected masterpieces of the lyrical repertoire. Thus also Venice's Teatro La Fenice, in a commendable effort, staged this Pia de' Tolomei by Donizetti, with some of the best singers available today for this type of repertoire. Initial response to this opera, which was performed for the first time in 1837, was ambiguous, so much so that Donizetti re-worked it as many as three times. The version here recorded is that of the critical edition recently published by Ricordi, with the tragic finale originally conceived by the composer. The listener will undoubtedly wonder, once more, at Donizetti's wealth of melodic inspiration, especially when it comes to the character of Pia, wonderfully interpreted, here, by Patrizia Ciofi.