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.
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.
Producing the Hood (2008)
Producing The Hood: Kids Killing Kids... the cost is too high for living. Take a ride with the hoods and see the new rules to fit in.
Bands on the Run (2011)
Bands on the Run is an animated film that was released in 2011. The film follows five shaped rubber bands that fall off a delivery truck on their way to the store. The bands know that they will be lost if they cannot make it to the store, and so they set off on their own to make it to the store. Along the way they have many adventures including playing a rock show and the flower-shaped rubber band gets some sun. The rubber bands eventually make it to the store, and are bought by three children who love them very much.
Lady in a Cage (1964)
An injured woman is trapped in her private elevator during a power failure, while her home is ransacked.
Parapsychologist Henry Wingrave looks back on three of his worst cases involving madness, death and the restless dead.
Greetings from Fire Island (2013)
Greetings from Fire Island is a documentary that captures the natural beauty and history of a long wisp of land off the coast of Long Island's south shore.
The fiercely competitive world of sport stacking is an event in which competitors place special cups in specific sequences.
Itsuki and Yoru share a passion for the dark and death, making them the perfect choice to track down a serial killer who is roaming the streets.
Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP (2014)
From PBS - Civil rights attorney Thurgood Marshall's triumph in the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision to desegregate America's public schools completed the final leg of an heroic journey to end legal segregation. For 20 years, during wartime and the Depression, Marshall had traveled hundreds of thousands of miles through the Jim Crow South of the United States, fighting segregation case by case, establishing precedent after precedent, all leading up to one of the most important legal decisions in American history. Along the way, he escaped the gun of a Dallas sheriff, was pursued by the Ku Klux Klan on Long Island, hid in bushes from a violent mob in Detroit, and even survived his own lynching. In this impossible environment, Thurgood Marshall won more Supreme Court cases than any lawyer in American history, and set the stage for the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Marshall, who went on to become the first black Supreme Court justice in 1967, made the work of civil rights pioneers like the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks possible, by laying the groundwork to end legal segregation and changing the American legal landscape.
God of Wonders (2008)
A feature-length Discovery-quality documentary without the evolutionary bias. Stunning nature footage, scientific insights and Scriptures combine to reveal the wonders of our Creator as observed throughout His creation.
God's wonders surround us. And these marvels reveal much about our Creator. Through creation we glimpse His power and wisdom, His majesty and care. Creation is speaking to those who will listen...
Join us on a remarkable journey of discovery as we explore the Creator's handiwork and what His creation reveals about His character. Survey the unimaginable size of the universe and ponder the vast energy present in all matter. Examine the elegant water molecule essential to all life and discover how God combines these molecules to form beautiful and symmetrical snow crystals. Learn about the incredible complexity of DNA and the miraculous workings of the tiny seed. From the design functionality of birds to the incredible transformation of butterflies, these and many other features of creation are highlighted in this visually stunning presentation.
God of Wonders is a breath-taking tour of God's creation wonders, visible and invisible, and the greatest wonder of all - His redeeming love!
"Declare His glory...His wonders among all peoples." - Psalm 96:3
One Year Later (1933)
(1933, Allied) Russell Hopton, Mary Brian, George Irving, Donald Dillaway. A dying newspaper reporter interviews a woman whose husband is scheduled to be executed for a crime he did not commit! Who is the real killer? Well-done and intriguing poverty row mystery thriller. From 16mm.
The Two Faces Of January (2014)
After he kills a detective, a con artist (Viggo Mortensen) and his wife (Kirsten Dunst) must trust a potentially dangerous stranger (Oscar Isaac) to help them get out of Greece.
Tillfällig fru sökes (2003)
Frederik is a happy man; he has a girlfriend he loves, a business running smoothely and he is going to be a father. But his happiness proves false. At a party, his girlfriend declares that she will leave him for her true love. Frederik is distraught. But his biological clock has started ticking, and his desire for a child is overwhelming. At an adoption agency he meets Milla, a woman who has also been treated unfairly by love. Could Milla be the answer to Frederik's dream?
George Biddle, Cpa (2012)
An accountant (Cade Tomasegovich) and a rogue IRS agent (Colton Dennis) square off in a contest resembling the labors of Hercules.
Sinners in Paradise (1938)
A runaway wife (Madge Evans), a fugitive (Bruce Cabot) and other plane-crash survivors find a hermit's (John Boles) island.
Kentucky Kernels (1934)
Two magicians (Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey) and an orphan heir (Spanky McFarland) spark a Southern family feud.
Je crois que je l'aime (2007)
Lucas, a wealthy, 43 year-old divorced businessman, is irresistibly attracted to Elsa, a 38 year old renowned sculptor from whom he has commissioned a piece to decorate the reception at his office. But Lucas has recently been burned in a relationship and asks Roland Christin, the company's private investigator, to check out this beautiful woman and find out why she's still single. The detective shamelessly employs the latest spying techniques but Lucas had better watch out if Elsa ever finds out what he's up to...
Down Texas Way (1942)
Three U.S. Marshals (Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton) work under cover to foil a gang of racketeers.
A drifter (Leo Gannon) goes to Baja California with his daughter (Kirsten Carmody) for a job, and when it doesn't materialize, he begins smuggling Mexicans across the border.
A married scientist falls in love, while his wife has an affair with his best friend.
Leifur, a womanizing and drunk Icelandic politician, has demolished his career, family and future with his outrageous behavior. He is forced into rehab by the Prime Minister and invites his friends to a debauched final blowout with a surprise ending.
Ionopsis is the rarest orchid in the multiverse. When a valiant warrior (Patrick B. Johnson), a half-crazy sorcerer (Nicoll Bacharach) and his Inter-Dimensional mercenaries are sent to retrieve one at any cost a differentTale of Swords and Sorcery ensues! Robert Dunham (Godzilla vs. Megalon) Barbara Geary (Veep) and Derek Conley (The Hunted) Unrated-Language/Adult Themes
Two mechanical snails have a romantic rendezvous on the forest floor.
Todo cambia (1994)
Two lovers who believe each other dead must come to terms with the past when they meet.
Out of Love (2011)
When a dark secret is revealed it forces Maria, a recent Mexican immigrant, to face the most difficult decision of her life.
She is placed in an unimaginable situation. Whatever choice she makes will forever scar her family.
Redemption of the Commons (2013)
Victor has to move back to the Deep South after he fails in Los Angeles. He soon discovers he must deal with his volatile past before he can move forward to a promising future.
Oranges and Lemons (1923)
This DVD is designed for people with Alzheimer's disease, dementia, memory loss and frail aged people. Used by Diversional therapists, activities coordinators, carers and nurses to assist memory stimulation, social interaction and reminiscence for care-recipients.
Main Movie (28min): Some of the subjects are oranges and lemons growing; cooking, chopping fruit and making marmalade. Botanical Gardens and orange & yellow colour themes.
An Orange & Lemon Medley (10mins)
Making Marmalade (10mins, Procedural & reminiscent), Making Pavlova (8mins, procedural) and Making Marmalade 10word Crozzle with Picture Clues
Accompanied by classical and familiar classical music. Some English - Mostly non-verbal/paralinguistic - No Subtitles
DVD Pal Format - HDV 1080i
ISBN 978 0 9804682 9 8
Three friends search for a buried treasure.
Armed And Deadly (2011)
A war veteran (Lisa Varga) prepares for a lethal confrontation with her murderous twin.
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 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.
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 Medellín 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.
Rodin, the Gates of Hell (1982)
Auguste Rodin's masterpiece The Gates of Hell is an epic achievement: a massive portal to Hades inspired by Dante's Inferno, its towering doors covered with nearly 200 individual figures. Commissioned in 1880, the project was to be the main entrance to the museum of decorative arts in Paris, a museum that was never built. A century later, legendary New York businessman and philanthropist B. Gerald Cantor and his wife, Iris, convened a team of experts to attempt the first-ever bronze casting of The Gates of Hell using the painstaking "lost wax" method that Rodin himself had favored. The finished piece would stand 21 feet high and 12 feet wide, and weigh eight tons. This award-winning film chronicles Rodin's struggles and sacrifices in creating a monumental work of art -- and the extraordinary modern-day effort to give it the final form he envisioned.
Long Hair of Death (1964)
Burned as a witch, a woman returns to prevent her daughter from marrying a murderer.
Keepin' the Faith: Momma's Got a Boyfriend (2010)
Women embark on a mission to find a man for their seemingly perfect friend.
Satan's School For Girls (1973)
Elizabeth (Pamela Franklin) is not convinced that her sister's death was a suicide. But since the police refuse to investigate, Elizabeth decides to enroll in her sister's school and look into the matter herself. She learns there have been a number of other student suicides and begins hearing whispers that the school has a dark, satanic secret. Knowing too much, Elizabeth and her friends Roberta (Kate Jackson) and Jody (Cheryl Stoppelmoor) must now escape the grip of the occult.
Gunfighters of Abilene (1960)
A gunslinger (Buster Crabbe) goes after the land baron (Barton MacLane) who framed and killed his brother.
The Amish: A People of Preservation (2000)
The Amish continue to intrigue their technology-current neighbors by keeping alive ways and beliefs that many modern Americans regard as irretrievably lost to progress. In this colorful, award-winning documentary, newly revised and augmented, Mennonite historian John L. Ruth takes us sympathetically into the Amish mindset. Appreciative neighbors, a well-known physician, an artist, and respected scholar John A. Hostetler, author of Amish Society, provide insightful commentary on the survival of an alternative to the kind of world we have made. As the Amish increase exponentially in numbers, some migrate toward more open farmland. Those staying in centuries-old communities where the land is too crowded to farm have developed an amazing variety of cottage industries. But all changes are made very carefully, in order not to undermine the spiritual covenant and community.
M.I., a Different Kind of Girl (2012)
A documentary film by Leslie Cunningham Co-Produced by Alana Jones Laine Brown, a spirited and passionate male impersonator born on North Carolina's rural coast, transforms by taping down her breasts, shaving her head, and studying the masculine performances of today's most famous male entertainers- to become the incomparable NATION TYRE, show-stopper and ground-breaker for women in drag. In the new feature documentary film, M.I., A Different Kind of Girl, filmmakers, Leslie Cunningham and Alana Jones enter the world of new millennium drag and pick up the torch ignited by films like Paris is Burning to investigate attitudes in their own LGBT and African-American communities about women in drag. In the process, they uncover powerful ideas about female gender identity and sexuality in not only the mainstream popular culture but also within the marginalized LGBT and African American communities where Nation has made a name for herself. As she pushes the bounds of female gender identity, is there room for Nation, a lone performer, to challenge the constraints at work in the African-American and LGBT community in pursuit of fame and visibility on the world stage? Introducing Laine Brown as Nation Tyre; The House of Tyre of Atlanta, NC's top drag queens, Breyannah Allure and Paris Brooks; and many more. Featuring music and special commentary by Hip Hop's hottest female duo, KIN4LIFE. MALEILLUSIONISTTHEFILM.COM
Rio Grande Raiders (1946)
A stagecoach driver (Sunset Carson) tries to reform his younger brother (Bob Steele), who robs stages.
Icons Among Us (2009)
A chronicle of the greatest jazz musicians of today uses archival footage and interviews with 75 jazz artists.
Feeding the Brain (2010)
The documentary film, 'Feeding the Brain', explores the urgent need to find treatments for mental illness that do more than merely mask symptoms. This film tells a story of the struggles that many face in an effort to treat their mental illness, and presents some of the most promising, albeit less conventional solutions that have been found. Mental illness survivors, researchers and healthcare practitioners tell their compelling stories and share the hope of a new paradigm in treating mental illness.
As the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates once said, 'Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food'.
Witches in Stitches (1997)
Witches In Stitches is an animated series that first aired in 1997. The film involves a group of very fun loving witches who seem to always get into trouble. The witches first round of trouble involves having them turn their sister into a pumpkin by accident. Things just get worse from there. The witches have to get their sister back before she fall prey to children, and the witches also go trick-or-treating. They also fly around a small town, and terrorize it in the process. Witches In Stitches is a thirty minute long short, and features Miki Mathioudakis, Will Gould, and Vonda Fuhrman.
It's the 1930s. The Republic Day Ball is in progress in Zonguldak, a coal mining town in Turkey. Among the invited guests are the newcomers to this small and boring town: Halit, a mine engineer; his gorgeous wife, Mükerrem; and Halit's sister and unwanted household member, Seniha. When Nüshet, whose father is the richest man in town, asks Mükerrem for a dance, Seniha, who has been watching them from a dark corner, immediately realizes that Mükerrem will not be able to resist the incredible (and feminine) beauty of this young man. At the same moment, she also knows that God would lift her up from the place where she has long surrendered to a fate of ugliness, to a place where she would be the one who determines the destiny of beauty.
Goth Vampire Nation (2009)
The origins of the Goth Music genre are explored in this 90 minute Feature Film from Cleopatra Films through interviews with some of its most notorious stars and players! Goth Vampire Nation goes beyond the traditional documentary film however, embellishing its story line with cuts from live concerts and studio music videos, rare still photos and even rarer sound bites from past, present and (future?) stars of the genre. It's all covered here: the music, the art, the fashion, the sexuality and the controversial lifestyle that is Goth! Includes the music of ALIEN SEX FIEND, AUSGANG, CHRISTIAN DEATH, GODHEAD, NEW SKIN, RAZED IN BLACK, ROSETTA STONE, SHADOW PROJECT, SPAHN RANCH, SWITCHBLADE SYMPHONY, SYNAESTHESIA, THE WAKE, VOLTAIRE and more!
Cut to Black (2013)
Bill, a former NYPD detective and convicted felon, is hired by City Councilman John Lord to track down whoever is stalking his estranged daughter Jessica. As he helps Jessica, Bill hopes to transcend his corrupt life before it's too late.
Tent City, U.S.A (2012)
Due primarily to the economic recession, a growing number of people are finding themselves in a position they never imagined: homeless.
Nashville, TN is home to a fast rising tent city population. With a shelter system that cannot support even 1 out of 5 of the city's homeless population, most people have nowhere to go. Nearly 100 homeless individuals have come together to form Nashville's Tent City, which is located under a bridge close to the city's center.
"Tent City, U.S.A." explores this community, which is self-sustained and self-governed. The camp has it's own council, composed of eight camp residents who meet once a week to discuss residents' issues.
The huge topic of the moment - one that has the whole camp in turmoil - is that the camp must be moved by fall. Due to the fact that the camp is on land owned by the Department of Public Transportation, the residents have no choice but to find somewhere else to go. Because they consider themselves a community and a family, they are determined to make this move together. The only question is where?
Before the residents of Tent City are able to find new land for their community, a devastating flood destroys the camp and they strive to stick together while they are displaced. Local outreach workers are able to find them temporary land to inhabit in a small town outside of Nashville. However, town residents are not happy that a homeless encampment has moved in, so they try to force the homeless community out.
For the first time in Nashville history, the municipally run Homeless Commission has opened one seat on its Council to a resident of Tent City. Four people from Tent City have decided to run for the position and one elected resident will have the opportunity to spearhead the search for new land for a transitional camp for the homeless, a new Tent City.
Jane (Bernice Stegers) moves into a New Orleans boarding house after her lover's death, and her blind landlord suspects she is still involved with her dead lover.
Impy's Island (2006)
Four talking animals must save a baby dinosaur from becoming a collector's trophy.
Twa Flight 800 (2013)
TWA Flight 800 is a documentary film following the aftermath of the crash of TWA Flight 800. TWA Flight 800 was a Trans World Airline flight leaving JFK International airport in New York City due to arrive in Paris, France. Unfortunately upon take-off the plane exploded, killing everyone on board. This documentary features individuals who were part of the investigation team telling their stories about the investigation and what they believed to be the cause of the crash.
Fireman Sam: Heroes of the Storm (2014)
Fireman Sam is joined by other ultimate heroes to save the village of Pontypandy. The new fire station is not completely finished when Moose and Tom are swept out to sea. Sam races to reach them before the amphibious vehicle sinks. Then, the whole town is swept into action. Charlie and Ben spot a hurricane headed directly towards Pontypandy. Kids must be rescued, preparations must be made, and everyone must gather to be safe. Sam cannot do it all himself. The town must team together to get it all done.
Whistle is an Indian Kannada film directed by Prashant Raj of Love Guru Fame. The story begins on a romantic note with Ram, a pizza delivery boy, marries his girlfriend Anu after she gets pregnant. The story takes a curious turn when Ram, who visits Smitha Bangalow to deliver pizza. The drama which follows in the haunted house is linked to diamonds. A remake of tamil blockbuster 'Pizza' 2012.
Hirokin: The Last Samurai (2012)
A warrior (Wes Bentley) leads an uprising against the tyrannical ruler (Julian Sands) of the planet Aradius.
The Talent Given Us (2004)
Filmmaker Andrew Wagner cast his own mother, father and sisters to portray themselves in this film, which is partially based on their own experiences. Elderly New Yorkers Judy and Allen Wagner wish they were closer to their son, Andrew, who is currently trying to make his mark in Hollywood. The couple drag their adult daughters, Maggie and Emily, along with them on an odyssey across the United States to reunite with Andrew. Along the way, the family's regrets and secrets begin to surface.
A journey immersing the audience in the lost world of the Mesozoic through a series of animated short stories.
Thunder Over Mexico (1933)
"Que Viva Mexico" (1932) is a film project by the Russian avant-garde director Sergei Eisenstein who had planned to make a movie about Mexico that depicted its history from pre-Columbian times to the Mexican Revolution. The film was divided into several parts, with each part set in a different time and emphasizing a different couple. The film was eventually abandoned before its completion until 1979, when Grigori Alexandrov found some of the footage and put it together while following Eisenstein's plans.
Charleen is a documentary film. The movie is shot by Ross McElwee, who made the movie about a poetry teacher from his past named Charleen Swansea. Now that McElwee is no longer a student, he and the teacher are friends and he gets her take on life--and her opinion about some of his life choices.
POPaganda: The Art & and Crimes of Ron English (2006)
Acclaimed doc showcasing the "life and crimes" of guerilla artist Ron English ("Supersize Me"'s artwork, among other well-known works, including anti-corporate artwork, featured on billboards and in cities.
All In A Night's Work (1961)
The heir (Dean Martin) to a tycoon's empire copes with a kooky woman (Shirley MacLaine) who was apparently with the tycoon the night he died.
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.