The Iceman and the Psychiatrist (2004)

Go inside Trenton State Maximum Prison and get an up close and personal look at one of the most horrendous killers in history. This documentary portrays Mafia's hit man, Richard Kuklinski. Listen, he talks about more than a hundred murders he committed. You will witness confessions from Kuklinski and experience crime reenactments and his personal home movies. This man will make you wonder how someone can be so cruel and have no regards for human life. You'll also see how he spends his life behind bars and wonder if he regrets any of the murders he committed in his lifetime.

The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014 (2014)

An exclusive feature-length presentation showcasing this year's Oscar award nomminees for Best Live Action Short Film - Do I Have To Take Care of Everything?, Helium, Just before Losing Everything, That Wasn't Me, The Voorman Problem.

Captive (2008)

Captive was a Russian-Bulgarian film by Alexei Uchitel on the novel by Vladimir Makanin Caucasian Captive. The working title of the film was also Caucasian Captive.

Don't Go to the Reunion (2013)

Don't Go to the Reunion is an 80's slasher film homage directed by Steve Goltz and written by Kevin Sommerfield. The film had its world premiere at the Oshkosh Horror Film Festival on October 5, 2013. The slasher stars Stephanie Leigh Rose, Matty Dorschner, and Spencer Harlan. It is the first feature from Slasher Studios.

Jamaica Run (1953)

Jamaica Run is a 1953 adventure-drama concerning ownership of an old estate set on the island in the Caribbean. It was directed by Lewis R. Foster and starred Ray Milland, Arlene Dahl and Wendell Corey. Much of the personnel in this movie worked on the previous year's Caribbean Gold.

Wyclef Jean: All Star Jam at Carnegie Hall (2004)

Multi-platinum award winning superstar Wyclef Jean welcomes an all star gathering to New York City's legendary Carnegie Hall for the first annual Clef's Kids concert in aid of the Wyclef Jean Foundation for inner city youth musical education. Backed by a dazzlingly talented array of teenaged Clef's Kids musicians, the show is fronted by Wyclef Jean and features guest appearances from a stellar line up of guests including Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, Destiny's Child, Macy Gray, Marc Anthony, Charlotte Church, Third World and Mary J Blige. Wyclef Jean was born in Haiti and brought up in New York. He first found fame as a member of The Fugees, with whom he enjoyed global success, before embarking on an eclectic solo career which has maintained his profile at the highest level. Outspoken on many social issues he has worked tirelessly for a number of charities and in 1998 founded the Wyclef Jean Foundation with the specific aim of bringing musical education to deprived youngsters. This concert is ample proof of the fantastic work the Foundation has done.

The McMasters (1970)

The McMasters is a 1970 Western directed by Alf Kjellin, and starring Brock Peters, Nancy Kwan and Burl Ives. Producer Monroe Sachson had made The Incident with Brock Peters and the two were looking around for another film to make together. The budget was around $2 million. The film was shot in New Mexico. The film was cut by the US distributors, Chevron Pictures, and Peters, the writer and producer asked to have their names removed from the film.

One Direction: Clevver's Ultimate Fan Guide (2013)

Superstar group, One Direction, has taken pop music fans all over the world by storm. Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, and Niall Horan exploded onto the scene and captured the hearts and minds of fans from their start on The X Factor. While famed producer and & TV judge, Simon Cowell, saw something special in the did the fans. In "One Direction: Clevver's Ultimate Fan Guide," Clevver explores the group's rise to fame as told by celebrities and fans who know them best. In their own quirky way, stars like Robert Pattinson, Miranda Cosgrove, & many more reveal their thoughts on the mega-famous group. We take a close look into how the combination of 1D's good looks, charm, and fan interaction catapulted them into mega-stardom. In the next hour, hosts Dana Ward and Joslyn Davis from YouTube's ClevverTV channel, explore their rise to fame as told by celebrities and those who brush shoulders with them most. You'll also see a playful side of the guys through exclusive interviews spanning from their start to where they are now. We give you the true inside look at the stories behind the fame!

The Dead Boys' Club (1992)

The Dead Boys' Club is the story of a young man in a world haunted by the absence of an entire generation of men that have gone before him: a generation that he should have known but, because of AIDS, is a generation that he can only imagine. Awkward and shy, Toby is visiting his New York cousin Packard, who gives him a pair of shoes previously owned by Packard's recently deceased lover. When Toby dons the shoes, he is transported to the pre-AIDS 1970s world of promiscuity, hot guys and glitter balls. The Dead Boys' Club is an evocative, sexy and humorous exploration of a young man's coming out, and an homage to the generation that paved the way - some with their lives - before him.

A Way We Go (2002)

A Way We Go. That's the name of the game. Our 2013 full length film. Number twelve in a row. A film about snowboarding, friendship and adventure. This year's film documents the season of Alex Tank, DBK, Stephan Maurer, Wojtek Pawlusiak and Ludde Lejkner, on their journey through the world and their home countries in search of the best snow, the best spots and most of all: The best times! They are joined by the usual suspects Marco Smolla, Fips and Tobi Strauss and there are a bunch of cameo appearances by many other homies, new and old. This film will give you more insight on what goes on during our trips to far away places and there will still be more snowboard action than you can shake a stick at. We hope you'll love it. Because Isenseven loves you!

From Beijing with Love (1994)

From Beijing With Love (Chinese: 國產凌凌漆; 凌凌漆 is a homophone for the numbers "007" in Chinese) is a 1994 Hong Kong action and comedy film directed by Lee Lik-Chi and Stephen Chow. It's a very direct spoof of James Bond movies and stars Stephen Chow, Anita Yuen and Law Ka-Ying.

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.

Jesse (2011)

Nassau County, New York Police detective Jesse turns vigilante as she investigates her brother's murder and enters into a world of crime, corruption, and shocking deception.

The Corndog Man (1999)

A boat salesman with a racist streak is hounded by a mysterious caller who dredges up an incident from the past.

Jungle Bride (1933)

Jungle Bride is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Harry O. Hoyt and Albert H. Kelley.

Lady Gaga's Secret World (2012)

Lady Gaga's Secret World is a musical documentary that was released in 2012. The musical documentary is about superstar Lady Gaga, her musical journey, and her future goals as an entertainer. When she made her debut in 2008, she was a unique pop star in both fashion and music. When her following album came out in 2009, she became a bigger star in the music world. She mentions in the special how music influenced her as an artist and wants her fans to embrace her and to enjoy life. The special lasts for 60 minutes and the world of Lady Gaga is told more in detail from the quirky pop star.

Carrie Underwood: Country Idol (2014)

We are taken on a journey of Carrie Underwood’s fast track trip to superstardom. The multi award winning star came to fame from American Idol in 2005. This is her incredible story.

Too Late For Tears (1949)

Too Late for Tears is a 1949 American murder crime film noir directed by Byron Haskin and starring Lizabeth Scott, Don DeFore, Dan Duryea and Arthur Kennedy. It tells a story about a seductive woman and ruthless killer who steals a suitcase of $60,000. The screenplay was written by Roy Huggins, developed from a serial he wrote for the Saturday Evening Post. The film was reissued as Killer Bait in 1955. Too Late for Tears has been in the public domain for many years; there are several different edits of the film with different running times. On January 25, 2014, a restored 35mm print was premiered by the Film Noir Foundation at Noir City 12 at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco. The film was restored by UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Film Noir Foundation, with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association providing some of the necessary funding. The restoration combined 35mm dupe negative elements from France with some material from surviving prints. No Blu-ray release has been announced.

Huff (2013)

In this dark adaptation of The Three Little Pigs, Huff is an abusive stepfather to three teenage girls on the verge of a lucrative drug deal that will finally allow him to escape and retire to Mexico in style with his mistress. Huff's plan begins to unravel when his battered wife sends her three daughters away with Huff's drug money to seek better lives for themselves. This triggers a chain reaction of violence, murder and rage-induced asthma attacks as Huff attempts to locate the three runaways and recover his money.

Agnes and His Brothers (2004)

Agnes and His Brothers (German: Agnes und seine Brüder) is a 2004 film directed by Oskar Roehler.

Mouth to Mouth (2005)

Mouth to Mouth (Swedish: Mun mot mun) is a 2005 Swedish film directed by Björn Runge.

Audit (2001)

A young Hollywood couple (JUDY GREER and MICHAEL KELLEY) undergoes a jaw-dropping IRS audit in which a lecherous secretary (the wonderfully off-kilter SALLY KIRKLAND) and vengeful auditor (the fabulous ALEXIS ARQUETTE) demand they pay much more than just tax... AUDIT Special Editions Dvd BONUS FEATURES: Director Commentary / Interviews Over 50 minutes of NEVER BEFORE SEEN AUDITIONS, REHEARSALS, & OUTTAKES of Judy Greer, Sally Kirkland, Michael Kelley & Alexis Arquette (in his last role as a man).

Billy The Kid (1989)

Gore Vidal's Billy the Kid, also known as Billy the Kid, is a 1989 American western television film about famed gunman Billy the Kid. It aired on TNT cable channel on May 10, 1989.

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.

(Astro) Turf Wars (2010)

From the Tea Parties to the healthcare and climate wars, America's conservative citizens have revolted against the Obama agenda. But are these grassroots actions in fact examples of 'astroturfing'? - The practice of manufacturing citizens groups for the purpose of delivering corporate messages. Curious to find out, Australian filmmaker Taki Oldham went undercover to investigate. What he found was astroturfing on a scale greater than he could have imagined, threatening not only the health of American democracy, but that of its citizens and the planet as a whole.

A Date With Judy (1948)

A Date with Judy is a 1948 MGM musical film starring Wallace Beery, Jane Powell, and Elizabeth Taylor. Directed by Richard Thorpe, the movie was based on the radio series of the same name. The film was photographed in Technicolor and largely served to showcase the former child star Elizabeth Taylor, age 16 at the time. Taylor was given the full MGM glamor treatment, including specially designed gowns. Robert Stack appears in a prominent supporting part. Many others in the MGM stock company appear in their customary roles, including Leon Ames as a dignified father figure, the same role he played in the Judy Garland film Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) and top-billed Wallace Beery in his penultimate role as a contrasting "rough and ready" father figure. The film features the soprano singing voice of young Jane Powell, and is also a showcase for the musical performances of the Latin American singer Carmen Miranda and bandleader Xavier Cugat. In this film, she is given to humorous malapropisms such as "His bite is worse than his bark" and "Now I'm cooking with grass". The songs "Judaline" and "It's a Most Unusual Day" also debuted in this film.

Everything's Gone Green (2006)

Everything's Gone Green is a 2006 Canadian comedy film directed by Paul Fox and written by Douglas Coupland. It was produced by Elizabeth Yake, True West Films and Chris Nanos, Radke Films. The distributor is ThinkFilm in Canada, and Shoreline Entertainment elsewhere and won the award for Best Canadian Feature Film at the 2006 Vancouver International Film Festival.

Dark Horizon (2009)

Near the Washington-Canadian border, a family sets out on a hiking trip to rejoin lost connections. But before long, strange sounds begin coming from the horizon and before long they are attacked. Now they must band together if they're ever going to make it out of the forest alive. As they struggle to survive they begin to realize that even if they make it back home alive, there may not be a home left to come back to!

Living The Fantasy (2015)

What was once a hobby for sports fanatics and stats geeks, fantasy football has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry. This film follows 5 of the top players as they chase the big paydays.

Sylvia (1965)

Sylvia is a 1965 drama film directed by Gordon Douglas, written by Sydney Boehm and starring George Maharis, Carroll Baker and Peter Lawford. Released by Paramount Pictures, it was filmed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Lost in Reality (2012)

Seduced by the lure of reality TV fame, Angelo becomes entangled between two opposing worlds. This twenty something struggles to maintain his own identity in a celebrity crazed environment that, for the most part, perceives him as The Animal, a character conceived and manipulated by studio heavyweights to line their own pockets . Life at the Zoo House, despite its glamorous trappings and undeniable perks, is inhabited with drama and friends of questionable motives. Can Angelo survive being LOST IN REALITY? writer/director - Bernadette Chapman producer - Bob Fitts dp - Kenneth Hurd staring - Kevin Wayne, Charla Cochran, Corey Merrida, Amy Leigh Albro, Sherri Eakin,

A Drowning Man (2001)

A man finds his wife dead in the bathtub. He picks up the phone to call an ambulance, but put sit down before dialing emergency. Instead he makes himself a cup of coffee. Then, he drains the bath and brings his wife's corpse to the living room couch, where he falls asleep beside her. The next morning, he is stunned to find himself in his bed. Even more surprising, his wife walks into the bedroom like nothing happened. Why is she alive? Last night, she died. Today, she is alive. The husband becomes obsessed with the improbability of his wife's resurrection.

El fantástico mundo de Juan Orol (2012)

This is a biographical movie about the life of a man known as the king of Mexican soap operas. It follows his adventurous life from start to finish. Juan Orol was born in Spain. His mother, fearing the dangers in that war torn country at the time, sent him to Cuba to live with a relative. He never found his relative, and he grew up living on the streets. He managed to carve out a life for himself there. He eventually left Cuba and moved to Mexico. When he arrived there, his life was still filled with adventures. He worked in many industries, including bull fighting.

Bob Marley: The Making of a Legend (2011)

Esther Anderson examines the union between reggae and rasta that launched the career of Bob Marley.

Verdi: Macbeth (2005)

Macbeth undoubtedly marked a turning point in Verdi's operatic writing, i.e., the foregrounding of the characters' introspective, psychological aspects.This DVD/Blu-ray captures the production staged at Novara's Teatro Coccia during the 2013-14 season, with thriller/horror filmmaker Dario Argento tackling opera direction for the first time.One could only expect a direction in line with his films, and from that point of view this Macbeth meets expectations, with the visualization of the opera's bloody, indeed gory scenes matching the dark, brutal character of Shakespeare work.

Beyond Lemuria (2007)

A college student's fate (Cristofer Sanders) is played out in two parallel narratives.

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?

The Story of Tea: The History of Tea & How to Make the Perfect Cup (2007)

One of the most refreshing, alluring, and ancient of drinks and one that has sparked many a war, tea continues to grow in popularity on a daily basis. Ranging from the health-promoting properties of Chinese green tea and the full-on flavor of Indian Assam tea, to the elite Darjeeling and pungent Earl Grey teas, there's a brew for every occasion. Covering the manufacture, brewing, and wide assortment of blends, this fascinating program will take you on a journey of discovery that will leave you with a new appreciation of tea's magic and the knowledge of how to make the perfect cup every time!

Luggage Of The Gods! (1983)

Luggage of the Gods! is a 1983 American comedy film. In the movie, cavemen living in a mountainous region of Latin America are completely disconnected from the modern world. They speak a simple constructed language, similar to that used in the 1981 movie Caveman. They worship and greatly fear airliners that regularly pass overhead. Tradition in the tribe dictated that they avert their eyes whenever a plane flies overhead. One day, an airliner's cargo malfunctions, causing it to jettison a good deal of luggage. Two young male cavemen break the taboo against looking at the planes, and observe the falling luggage. When they leave the tribe, they find clothing, cassettes, and counterfeit paintings, which wreak havoc on the power structure and economy of the tribe. Events get even more out of hand when the counterfeiters come looking for the paintings. Writer and director David Kendall had an extremely tight budget. According to The New York Times, the film was shot "entirely on locations in New York, at city parks and near Bear Mountain". The movie was released on June 19, 1983 and is available on VHS but has not been released on DVD. Similar themes were explored in The Gods Must Be Crazy, a film in which an isolated African tribe was wrecked by a Coke bottle thrown from a plane.

Angel Wishes: Journey Of A Spititual Healer (2010)

The true-life story of Lana Bettencourt. A woman who endured abusive childhood situations and two abusive marriages to answer her calling of helping others as a Spiritual Healer. Experience the life's events, circumstances and conditions that lead her to a world of healing others. This is a unique Spiritual experience that will make you laugh and cry as you see her amazing life unveiled. This movie is a must see for anyone that needs to heal.

Road To Zanzibar (1941)

Road to Zanzibar is a 1941 Paramount Pictures comedy film starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour, and marked the second of seven picture in the popular "Road to …" series made by the trio. Paramount executives owned the rights to a story by Sy Bartlett titled "Find Colonel Fawcett" about two men trekking through the jungles of Madagascar. They felt that its plot was so similar to the recently released Stanley and Livingstone (1939) that it could not be made as written without seeming too derivative, so they turned the project over to Frank Butler and Don Hartman, the writers on the wildly successful Road to Singapore which Paramount had released the year before. Thus reborn as a comedy and spoof of the safari genre, the film resembled its predecessor in every important way, with plot taking a back seat to gags (many of them ad libbed), and music. The film was so successful that further "Road to..." pictures were assured.

Ritratti di surf (2012)

RITRATTI DI SURF is a film about surfers, shapers, artists and other characters connected to the Italian surf culture. The film was shot between 2011 and 2013 by the authors of Onde Nostre, the first italian surf movie shot in 16mm film, which has been selected by numerous international film festivals.

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.

Cain And Mabel (1936)

Cain and Mabel is a 1936 romantic comedy film designed as a vehicle for Marion Davies in which she co-stars with Clark Gable. The story had been filmed before, in 1924, by William Randolph Hearst's production company, Cosmopolitan, as a silent called The Great White Way, starring Anita Stewart and Oscar Shaw. In this version, Robert Paige introduced the song "I'll Sing You a Thousand Love Songs", with music by Harry Warren and words by Al Dubin, who also wrote "Coney Island", "Here Comes Chiquita", and other songs.

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.

Last Of The Red Hot Lovers (1972)

Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers is a 1972 comedy film based on Neil Simon's play of the same name. Alan Arkin, Sally Kellerman, Paula Prentiss and Renée Taylor star in it.

Rebirth of Mothra III (1998)

Rebirth of Mothra 3 (モスラ 3 キングギドラ来襲, Mosura Surī Kingu Gidora Raishū, released in Japan as Mothra 3: Invasion of King Ghidorah) is a 1998 Japanese tokusatsu kaiju film featuring Mothra, produced and distributed by Toho. The film is directed by Okihiro Yoneda and is the third and final film in the Rebirth of Mothra trilogy. The film was released in Japan on December 12, 1998.

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.

I'll Name the Murderer (1936)

I'll Name the Murderer is a 1936 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray.

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.

Fly Fishing: Film Tour 2013 (2012)

2013 Fly Fishing Film Tour is a collection of the best short form films on Fly Flishing. Includes additional films not seen in the theater.

Inside Jerusalem: Identity and the Ancient Past (2011)

Inside Jerusalem: Identity and the Ancient Past, filmed in Jerusalem, Qumran, and the exciting, new archaeological site of Khirbet Qeiyafa, is an educational archaeology-adventure film for gifted students in high-school and introductory level college courses. Two world class scholars and recipients of the Israel Prize in 2009, archaeologist Amihai Mazar and Dead Sea Scrolls scholar Emanuel Tov, present a neutral point of view of the basic facts of the archaeology and history of Jerusalem. Also, personal interviews at Khirbet Qeiyafa and how it relates to Jerusalem with excavators Yossi Garfinkel and Michael Hasel and student archaeologists and volunteers filmed during the excavation season. Hosted and narrated by Shani Atias, a young model and trained actress born and raised in Israel's most integrated Arab-Jewish city of Haifa.

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.

See You (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...

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...

Terraces (1977)

A soap opera-esque melodrama about the lives and loves of a group of tenants in an upper class high rise complex.

Brawl (2012)

A former boxer, Mike, moves to Thailand to start a new life when he is robbed and left with nothing...until he meets Yo, a skilled Muay Thai boxer, and his beautiful wife. The new friends soon enter an underground fight club called "Fighting Fish" in order to make the money they desperately need to survive, but in this dangerous world, losing is not an option.

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.

Young Ideas (1943)

Young Ideas is a 1943 American romantic comedy film directed by Jules Dassin and starring Susan Peters, Herbert Marshall and Mary Astor.

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.

Marquis de Sade's Justine (1977)

Cruel Passion (also known as Justine) is a 1977 film starring Koo Stark, Martin Potter, Lydia Lisle, and Katherine Kath. It was directed by Chris Boger and based on the novel Justine by the Marquis de Sade.

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.

Thunder in the Sun (1959)

Thunder in the Sun is a 1959 western film directed by Russell Rouse starring Susan Hayward and Jeff Chandler.

1999 Madeleine (1999)

A lonely woman (Vera Briole) in her 30s joins a judo club and befriends a married vacuum-cleaner salesman.

The Battle of Austerlitz (1960)

Austerlitz is a 1960 film directed by Abel Gance and starring Jean Marais, Rossano Brazzi, Martine Carol, Jack Palance, Claudia Cardinale, Vittorio de Sica, Orson Welles, Leslie Caron and Jean-Louis Trintignant. Pierre Mondy portrays Napoleon in this film about his victory at the Battle of Austerlitz. Leslie Caron plays the role of his mistress Élisabeth Le Michaud d'Arçon.

La Mort D'Un Bûcheron (1973)

The Death of a Lumberjack (French: La Mort d'un bûcheron) is a 1973 Canadian drama film directed by Gilles Carle. It was entered into the 1973 Cannes Film Festival.

Cuban Fireball (1951)

Cuban Fireball is a 1951 American musical film directed by William Beaudine and starring Estelita Rodriguez, Warren Douglas and Mimi Aguglia. An employee at a Havana cigar factory discovers that she has been left some lucrative oil wells by a relative. She travels to Los Angeles to claim her inheritance.

Forbidden Heaven (1935)

Forbidden Heaven is a 1935 American drama film directed by Reginald Barker and written by Sada Cowan and Jefferson Parker. The film stars Charles Farrell, Charlotte Henry, Beryl Mercer, Fred Walton, Eric Wilton and Phyllis Barry. The film was released on October 5, 1935, by Republic Pictures.

Simple Justice (1989)

Someone avenges a Bronx couple (Cesar Romero, Doris Roberts) and their grandson (Matthew Galle) after a judge lets a gang of thugs go free.

Tarzan And The Valley Of Gold (1966)

Tarzan and the Valley of Gold (1966) is an adventure film starring Mike Henry in his debut as Tarzan. This movie, produced by Sy Weintraub, written by Clair Huffaker, and directed by Robert Day, is remembered for its very James Bond-like portrayal of a tropical suited, globetrotting Tarzan. It was released in July 1966. The novelisation by Fritz Leiber was the first authorised Tarzan novel by an author other than Edgar Rice Burroughs, and was officially the 25th book in the series.

Oliver Twist (1982)

Academy Award-winning writer James Goldman gives the immortal character of Dickens’ Oliver Twist a new dimension of realism in this outstanding adaptation. The story of an orphan boy in Victorian London, the film stars GEORGE C. SCOTT, TIM CURRY, CHERIE LUNGHI, TIMOTHY WEST and EILEEN ATKINS.

The Art of Love (2011)

The Art of Love (French: L'Art d'aimer) is a 2011 French comedy film directed and written by Emmanuel Mouret. The film stars Mouret himself, Pascale Arbillot, Ariane Ascaride, Frédérique Bel, François Cluzet, Julie Depardieu, Judith Godrèche, Stanislas Merhar, Elodie Navarre, Laurent Stocker and Gaspard Ulliel, and is narrated by Philippe Torreton. The Art of Love premiered at the Locarno International Film Festival on 7 August 2011. Although it garnered rather mixed reviews by film critics, it won the Best Screenplay Award at the Montréal World Film Festival, and the Foreign Press Award at Filmfest Hamburg.

Miss Lulu Bett (1921)

Miss Lulu Bett is a 1921 American silent comedy drama film based on a 1920 play and bestselling novel of the same name by Zona Gale. The screenplay was written by Clara Beranger, and the film was directed by William C. deMille. The play won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.In 2001, this film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

White Star (1983)

A sleazy Hollywood agent (Dennis Hopper) hypes an unknown keyboardist (Terrance Robay) to punk-rock fame and ruin.

Horseplayer (1990)

A blonde (Sammi Davis) seduces a quirky liquor-store worker (Brad Dourif) as inspiration for her artist boyfriend (M.K. Harris).

Tol'able David (1921)

Tol'able David is a 1921 American silent film based on the Joseph Hergesheimer short story. It was adapted to the screen by Edmund Goulding and directed by Henry King for Inspiration Pictures. They filmed the movie on location in Blue Grass, Virginia during 1921; with some inhabitants in minor roles. A major box office success, the acclaimed film was voted the 1921 Photoplay Magazine Medal of Honor and is seen by critics and film historians as one of the classics of silent film. In 2007, Tol'able David was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress; films selected are judged to be "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Pizza King (1999)

The son (Ali Kazim) of Middle Eastern immigrants turns to petty crime and drug dealing rather than work his family business.

Headhunter (1988)

A voodoo demon from Africa arrives amongst Miami’s Nigerian community as well as Pastor Bobby’s Miami Baptist Pentecostal Holiness Assemblies and begins decapitating people and possessing others.

All That I Love (2009)

All That I Love (Polish: Wszystko, co kocham) is a 2009 Polish film directed by Jacek Borcuch. The film has been selected for competition in the Word Cinema Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival 2010. It was also selected as the Polish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it didn't make the final shortlist.

L'année prochaine... si tout va bien (1981)

Isabelle (Isabelle Adjani) and Maxime (Thierry Lhermitte) are a pair of lighthearted lovers -- that is, until Isabelle gets the itch for motherhood. When she confesses her desire for a child, Maxime panics. As a cartoonist by trade he is far from financially stable, so he outright rejects the idea of parenthood. What follows is a roller-coaster romance full of recriminations and reconciliations, until Maxime must ultimately decide whether his fear of becoming a parent is a reason to leave.

Minsaara Kanavu (1997)

A mother superior's nephew (Arvind Swamy) falls in love with a young woman (Kajol) who has intentions of becoming a nun.

Hollywood Barn Dance (1947)

Hollywood Barn Dance is a 1947 American film starring Ernest Tubb. It was based on the CBS radio program of the same name, which was originally hosted by Cottonseed Clark, which, in turn, was a "replacement" for Gene Autry's Melody Ranch radio show, aired while the famed singing cowboy was serving in the Army Air Force during World War II.

2 Seconds (1998)

2 Seconds (French: 2 secondes) is a Canadian drama film, released in 1998. This film was premiered in 1999 at the Sun Dance Film Festival. Written and directed by Manon Briand, the film stars Charlotte Laurier as Laurie, a bisexual woman who takes a job as a bike courier in Montreal after being fired from her previous job as a professional downhill racer. Laurie meets her soon to be best friend, Lorenzo . Lorenzo is the one who offered her a job at the bicycle company, but one of her co workers tries to make her life miserable. After talking to Lorenzo, Laurie figures out what she needs to do to help herself and try to resolve things.

Streets (1990)

Streets is an American dramatic film starring Christina Applegate and David Mendenhall and directed by Katt Shea.

Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)

Have Sword, Will Travel is a 1969 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Chang Cheh and starring Ti Lung, David Chiang and Lee Ching.

The Price (1971)

The Price is a 1968 play by Arthur Miller. It is about family dynamics, the price of furniture and the price of one's decisions. The play premiered on Broadway in 1968, and has been revived four times on Broadway. It was nominated for two 1968 Tony Awards.

Brain of Blood (1971)

Brain of Blood (also known as The Creature's Revenge, The Oozing Skull, and The Undying Brain) is a 1971 American horror film directed by Al Adamson and starring Grant Williams, Kent Taylor and Reed Hadley. The film was shot in one go and is the only one of Hemisphere Production's films to be filmed in the United States. It was also Hadley's last film appearance before his death in 1972.

Amei um Bicheiro (1952)

A man from the country moves to Rio de Janeiro and gets involved with illegal betting.

The Poor Little Rich Girl (1917)

Gwen's (Mary Pickford) family is rich, but she is lonely and unhappy until a servant's mistake changes everything.

War Don Don (2010)

A nation faces its wartime past as Issa Sesay, a former Sierra Leone rebel leader, awaits trial for alleged war crimes.

Repast (1951)

Repast is a 1951 film by Mikio Naruse, starring Setsuko Hara. It is set in postwar Osaka and it is about a woman who has moved from Tokyo to settle down with her husband. Her salaryman husband ignores her, and she is slowly worn down by domestic drudgery. Matters come to a head when her pretty niece comes to stay and the husband begins to flirt with her. "Naruse shows brilliantly how the husband and wife cling to respectability by a thread." Dissatisfied with his efforts to improve their household life, she returns to Tokyo for a time.

Blues In The Night (1941)

Blues in the Night is a 1941 American musical in the film noir style released by Warner Brothers, directed by Anatole Litvak and starring Priscilla Lane, Richard Whorf, Betty Field, Lloyd Nolan, Elia Kazan, and Jack Carson. The project began filming with the working title Hot Nocturne, but was eventually named after its principal musical number "Blues in the Night", which became a popular hit. The film was nominated for a Best Song Oscar for "Blues in the Night" (Music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer).

Black Snake (1973)

Black Snake is a 1973 American film directed by Russ Meyer. It was Meyer's return to self-financed projects, following the end of his brief deal at 20th Century Fox. Meyer's only attempt at the Blaxploitation genre, it was filmed in Panavision and was shot on location in Barbados. A period piece about colonial slavery, the plot centered on Lady Susan, a cruel slave-owner and plantation mistress, and her domination of both the black and white men on the island. Anouska Hempel, a New Zealand-born actress well known in the UK, was cast at the last minute when Meyer's original lead fell ill. Meyer was dissatisfied with the film, and for years afterwards he complained of Hempel's unsuitability for her part. In the late 1990s Hempel, now Lady Weinberg, bought the British rights; since then it has not been seen on UK television, though it has been released on DVD there. Black Snake was originally released theatrically in the UK as Slaves and has also been released under the title Sweet Suzy.

In the Land of the Free... (2010)

Three men who founded the first prison chapter of the Black Panther Party spend more than 30 years in solitary confinement.

A Carol for Another Christmas (1964)

A Carol for Another Christmas is a 1964 American television film, scripted by Rod Serling as a modernization of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and a plea for global cooperation. It was the first in a planned series of television specials developed to promote the United Nations and educate viewers about its mission. Originally televised on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network on December 28, 1964, it was not shown again for 48 years, until Turner Classic Movies (TCM) broadcast it on December 16, 2012.

Hot Money (1936)

Hot Money is a 1936 American comedy film directed by William C. McGann and written by William Jacobs. The film stars Ross Alexander, Beverly Roberts, Joseph Cawthorn, Paul Graetz, Andrew Tombes and Cy Kendall. The film was released by Warner Bros. on July 18, 1936.

A Technicolor Dream (2008)

Pink Floyd, Pretty Things and other bands hold a concert in 1967 to benefit a British underground newspaper called "International Times."

Documentary of AKB48: To Be Continued (2011)

A portrait of all-female Japanese idol group AKB48 focuses on individual members as they go about their daily lives and connect with their fans.

Black Venus (2010)

Black Venus (French: Vénus noire) is a 2010 French drama film directed by Abdellatif Kechiche. It is based on the life of Sarah Baartman, a Khoikhoi woman who in the early 19th century was exhibited in Europe under the name "Hottentot Venus". The film was nominated for the Golden Lion at the 67th Venice International Film Festival, where it was awarded the Equal Opportunity Award.

The Hot Heiress (1931)

The Hot Heiress is a 1931 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Herbert Fields. The film stars Ben Lyon, Ona Munson, Walter Pidgeon, Tom Dugan, Holmes Herbert and Inez Courtney. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 28, 1931.