Dante: The Divine Comedy (2002)
A powerful introduction to the greatest work of medieval literature by Dante Alighieri. Originally titled Commedia, the comedy is divided into three sections: Inferno, with 34 cantos, Purgatorio and Paradiso each with 33 cantos. This masterpiece was written between 1306-1321 and was completed just before Dante's death. The work was a major influence and basis for Dan Brown's Inferno. This unique program draws upon new dramatic filmed sequences, contemporary images and the work of artists inspired by Dante's epic voyage of the imagination. This stirring film also provides the ideal starting point for the study of this major work.
'There is no greater sorrow than to recall happiness in times of misery' - Dante Alighieri (The Inferno)
We Are Journalists (2015)
How far would you go for freedom of expression? Would you risk losing your job? Your family? Your life? For journalists working in Iran today, this question is a daily trial. Suffocated by censorship and under constant threat of reprisal, there is always the chance that the next sentence they write could be the start of a confession in a regime prison. Filmed in secret over the last decade, this is a window onto the corruption and brutality of the Ahmadinejad years, and their enduring legacy of silence.
Rich in Spirit (2007)
A princess, a pastor and a pauper put faith and prayer to the test.
Put the Needle on the Record (2004)
Put the Needle on the Record is an award-winning documentary that explores the evolution of electronic music and the rise of the DJ in pop culture. Filmed in Miami during the hot and sexy Winter Music Conference, a yearly week-long event attended by over 20,000 electronic music professionals and fans, the ?lm takes an inside look at a growing global phenomenon. Interviews with top artists, footage from events around the globe and a brilliant soundtrack are combined to create a highly energetic piece of ?lmmaking. Director Jason Rem brings an unexplored genre of music to the masses for a glimpse at a movement that is driven by passion, creativity and business.
Getting Started (1979)
Getting Started is a 1979 animated short by Richard Condie and produced in Winnipeg by the National Film Board of Canada.
Set in India around the year 1972 this film tells the story of poor man who is an executioner for the government of India and his family which consists of his wife and son. The executioner wants his son to have a better life than he does and to become a police officer so he sends him to school in the city. Sadly when his son is arrested his future does not look as bright.
Hava Nagila: The Movie (2012)
Harry Belafonte, Connie Francis and Leonard Nimoy are among those featured in filmmaker Roberta Grossman's history of the song "Hava Nagila," from its Russian origins to its prevalence in Jewish culture.
AGAINST THE TIDE (2009)
Activist Peter Bergson urges American leaders to save Jews from Nazi persecution.
Jeffrey Ross: No Offense - Live from New Jersey (2008)
THE ROASTMASTER GENERAL COMES HOME!
When Jeffrey Ross swaggers onto the stand-up stage, no one is safe.
Both respected and feared as a result of his show-stopping performances at the Comedy Central Roasts, Ross decided to take his hilarious and heartfelt brand of insult humor on the road. But the comedian who was once introduced as a "one-man verbal assault unit" has never headlined in his home state . . . until now. On his first Comedy Central stand-up special, the Roastmaster General goes back to his Jersey roots and unleashes his wrath on a wide range of topics including travel, technology, movies, politics, family and sex. In this career-defining performance, Jeff leaves almost nothing un-dissed.
Secret Mysteries of America's Beginnings Volume 2: Riddles in Stone - The Secret Architecture of Washington D.C. (2007)
Why are there no Christian monuments in Washington, D.C., Government Center? Why are the only monuments, paintings, sculputers, and street layout symbols we see are pagan gods and goddesses of the religions whom the God of the Bible hated and opposed? Why is there a Pentagram with one tiny segment missing woven into the street layouts of Washington just north of the White House? How does this tiny segment missing prove the occultic bent of our Founding Fathers and of the plan they envisioned for America?
Phantom Love (2007)
PHANTOM LOVE is a surreal, highly visual drama about an enmeshed family, in which violence and trauma are steadily percolating, just beneath the surface.
The lead character is LULU (Marina Shoif): a very beautiful, but angry and isolated woman, who lives alone, and works in a casino in Korea-town, Los Angeles. Lulu's lover is much younger than herself-the relationship is charged but emotionally disconnected. Lulu's younger sister, NITZAN (Juliette Marquis), is in the midst of a psychotic breakdown, caused in part by prescription medication. Lulu feels emotionally invaded by her mother, who wants to come to town and stay in Lulu's apartment in order to try and help the younger sister-but this feels like a further intense invasion, and Lulu refuses.
PHANTOM LOVE weaves these various elements together into a strange but archetypal story, revealing the interior processes by which Lulu manages to see, and therefore begin to release herself, from the violence which surrounds her.
Like all Nina Menkes's work, PHANTOM LOVE positions an alienated woman against a harsh, inhospitable landscape-this time, within a family. Stylistically, the film combines fairy-tale elements and a dreamy, mystical quality with a gritty, hyper-real, and sometimes almost documentary style, shooting everything on location and often using non-actors ("real" people) in the non-major roles.
Structured like Chinese boxes, with each scene opening onto another, still deeper inside, PHANTOM LOVE is a powerful document about one woman's descent into self.
Watch Out (2008)
Watch Out is a 2008 film directed by Steve Balderson (Firecracker) based on the novel by Joseph Suglia and starring Matt Riddlehoover. Though the story is set in Benton Harbor, Michigan, the film was shot guerrilla-style, without permits, in March and April on location in Wamego, Kansas.
Watch Out premiered at the Raindance Film Festival in London, where it was nominated for Best International Feature. It was released theatrically in the "Stop Turning Me On" world tour in New York (Coney Island Film Festival), Nashville, Chicago, Washington D.C (Reel Affirmations Festival), Seattle (Lesbian & Gay Film Festival), San Francisco, Asheville, Charlottesville (Virginia Film Festival), Kansas City, Lawrence KS, Austin (Alamo Drafthouse), and Los Angeles.
In New York City, Mimi (Edith Meeks) and Michael (Dylan McCormick), in their thirties, are close friends after a brief and unsuccessful dating interlude years before. Michael has remained in love with Mimi over the years, but Mimi, who has just broken up with her long-time boyfriend Tommy (Peter Joseph), seems unwilling to try romance with Michael a second time. The spark between them is kindled again, however, during a weekend picnic outing, and Mimi, suddenly enthusiastic, proposes to Michael abruptly. The two marry immediately and head off on a honeymoon to Pennsylvania without ever having slept with each other.
Senior Conundrum (2015)
Senior Conundrum is a suspense-thriller centered on a toxic mother/ daughter relationship and a love triangle among 'friends'.
It doesn't take long for bad blood to surface among this group of high school friends. What results is an inscrutable dilemma.
The perfect storm is brewing for mystery to take place when these seniors plan a devious senior prank. After breaking into the school one night, revenge rears its ugly head and the friends soon realize they have a conundrum to solve and escape alive.
The Plan was Simple....Break into the school...and make our Senior Year a Bang..But things become inscrutable. Will these seniors figure out the mystery that haunts them?
Sometimes we create our own nightmares!
The Road to Home (2015)
The Road to Home is an award-winning 2015 feature-length documentary about Benny Wenda, the West Papuan independence leader and Nobel Peace Prize nominee. Since his dramatic escape from an Indonesian prison in 2002, where he was held in isolation and tortured as a political prisoner, Benny has been an unceasing crusader on the international scene, campaigning to bring about an end to the suffering of his people at the hands of Indonesia’s colonial regime.
A Love Affair Of Sorts (2011)
A painter (David Guy Levy) begins an affair with a Hungarian nanny (Lili Bordn) and documents the relationship on his flip camera.
The Haunting of Lisa (1996)
A girl's (Aemilia Robinson) psychic visions of child murders eventually prompt her mother (Cheryl Ladd) to seek help from a priest, a hypnotherapist and police.
Mother (Russian: Мать, translit. Mat, also released as 1905) is a 1955 Soviet drama film directed by Mark Donskoy and based on the eponymous novel by Maxim Gorky. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
Killer Story (2004)
Monty and Fortunato, two old-time writers, get locked away in an abandoned saloon by a mysterious stranger and are prodded into out-dueling each other with their storytelling abilities by a sexy woman,who may in fact be a ghost. The old writers must channel the very spirit of Gothic master Edgar Allan Poe in order to beat each other out for the "best story" prize that the beautiful and exotic girl will bestow -- and the winner might just be saving his very life!
Toscanini In His Own Words (2009)
This film is a docufiction on the great Toscanini directed by well-known filmmaker Larry Weinstein, who pushes the boundaries of conventional documentary storytelling by borrowing tools from fiction films, including dramatic reconstructions and historical cinematic stylings.
Fort Yuma (1955)
Fort Yuma is a 1955 Technicolor Western film directed by Lesley Selander starring Peter Graves, Joan Vohs, John Hudson and Joan Taylor
Jeff Buckley: Live in Chicago (2000)
Recorded at the Cabaret Metro in 1995, Live in Chicago is another brilliant example of singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley’s stirring live act. Buckley tackles originals from his debut Grace and covers of Big Star, MC5 and Leonard Cohen with equal aplomb.
Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970)
Seven years after innovating the grisly Italian genre known as giallo, Mario Bava returned to the form to create one of its deliriously frightening examples: HATCHET FOR THE HONEYMOON (Il rosso segno della follia).
Out There (2008)
Teton Gravity Research presents Out There, a film taking a progressive, fresh look at what faces the surf world out there today. Humankind threatens many pristine and favorite surf breaks and surfers need to take action. This film takes viewers to a variety of breaks around the world, showcasing the cutting edge surfing of today. Through the eyes and experiences of surfers and locals, the film takes a thought-provoking look into the environmental destruction threatening key surf spots such as Trestles in Southern California, surf in Southern Chile threatened by pulp mills, Teahupoo and its growing popularity, mainland Mexico, North Shore Hawaii near the Turtle Bay development and beyond.
Jewel - The Essential Live Songbook: Live at Rialto Theatre (2008)
Recorded at the historic Rialto Theatre in Joliet, Illinois.
Michael Winslow Live (1999)
Michael Winslow Live - This is the only uncut, uncensored Theatrical Edition of Michael Winslow performing Live! This award winning film showcases popular actor/comedian Michael Winslow, star of 7 "Police Academy" films and most recently National Lampoon's "RoboDoc". Winslow's spellbinding and audience pleasing talent has never been cinematically preserved until now! Winslow's live performance is a unique event that rivals a rock concert utilizing laser light effects, his mastery of vocal gymnastics, a catalogue of over
10,000 sound effects, numerous impersonations, and eerie re-creations of legendary rock performers like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin & Tina Turner. Winslow relies on his talent and
not vulgarity, misogyny, racism or hatred for his humor. Shot at Universal Studios Florida, this Technicolor film captures Winslow in a flurry of activity. Fasten your seat belt, turn up the volume and relax - it's going to be a fun, fun, funny ride!
Gay USA (1977)
Gay USA is an American documentary film released in 1978 and directed by Arthur J. Bressan, Jr. The documentary focuses on the gay rights movement. Composed of footage shot at a number of gay pride events around the United States in 1977, the film captures a time just as the gay rights movement began facing the first organized backlash in the form of Anita Bryant and her campaign to repeal anti-discrimination protection in Dade County.
Abomination: The Evilmaker II (2003)
A year after tragic events struck four close friends, the mystery of their disappearance still has not been solved. One family member dares to hurl herself into a web of darkness and evil in order to find out what really happened. The evil unleashed from her actions will have a terrifying consequence for everyone as they combat The Evilmaker!
AC/DC: And Then There Was Rock (2005)
AC/DC: And Then There Was Rock charts the band's early years, up to the tragic death of their enigmatic front man, Bon Scott. This documentary takes the cameras where they have never previously preyed, interviewing AC/DC's original singer Dave Evans, original drummer Colin Burgess, school friends of Bon, Angus, and Malcolm, Bon's lifelong friend Vincent Lovegrave and AC/DC biographers Malcolm Dome and Clinton Walker amongst others. This DVD is a fitting tribute to the memory of Bon Scott, containing rare footage of him in his earlier bands, previously unseen photographs and much much more!
He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special (1985)
He-Man & She-Ra: A Christmas Special is an animated Christmas television special based on the animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and its spin-off She-Ra: Princess of Power, originally broadcast in syndication December 1985. Although that date marked its only broadcast on television, it was later released on VHS and more recently, BCI Eclipse released it on DVD on December 6, 2005. Classic Media acquired the rights for the DVDs and re-released this special on October 12, 2010.
Economic Freedom in Action: Changing Lives (2013)
From honey bees in Chile to a Paul Frank store in Slovakia. From a food distribution service in Zambia to a North Korean defector who serves as a venture capitalist to his fellow defectors in South Korea, witness economic freedom in action, transforming lives ... and entire nations. Swedish scholar Johan Norberg showcases five stories demonstrating how people can lift themselves from poverty when given the opportunity. Program also features the Fraser Institute's Economic Freedom of the World Report with an explanation of how the index works.
Meishi Street (2006)
Meishi Street, directed by Ou Ning, is a 2006 independent Chinese documentary that portrays a group of Beijing residents protesting the planned destruction of their street prior to the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The filmmakers gave video cameras to the subjects, and they capture exclusive footage of the eviction process.
Press On (2005)
Pedal steel sensation Robert Randolphs life is documented in this film. It shows the spiritual tradition in which he grew up, and he wanted desperately to bring this beautiful steel music into the mainstream. Because of him, a musical style that was only in churches became more mainstream.
Secret Societies (2007)
In Secret Societies, Phili Gardiner delves into a world that is formidably hidden from our eyes to examine the members of the 'Iluminati', the core of the 'Secret Societies' belief systems, the origins of Freemasonry and the links to Serpent Cults.
A Tale of Egypt (1997)
A Tale of Egypt is an animated children's film about the life of Moses. Egypt is in a time of great crisis. The people have become slaves under the evil pharoah, and there seems to be no hope for the Egyptians. A man named Moses shows up to save the day. Moses leads the people to freedom, while singing songs.
In-Car 956 (1987)
Ride the world’s most terrifying racetracks inside a world-beating 650bhp race car alongside motorsport legend Derek Bell and experience what the drivers see at 220mph in this critically-acclaimed in-car film.
Before the Flood (2005)
In this landmark documentary, residents of the historic town of Fengjie fight forced evacuation and government corruption over the building of the world's largest dam.
China's Three Gorges Dam, the largest ever-built on earth, has displaced millions of local residents whose towns and villages have been flooded. Fengjie, a city that has thrived along the Yangtze River for a thousand years, has only a few months left before being submerged completely under water. Its citizens contend with administrators and each other over the residences in 'New Fengjie', allocated via lottery and far smaller than the homes they've worked a lifetime to build. Communist collectivism gives way to individual ruthlessness, while the community battles against bureaucratic mismanagement.
Shot over two years, BEFORE THE FLOOD is a breathtaking achievement in verité-style documentary filmmaking. Directors Yan Yu and Li Yifan observe the death of a city, from streets teeming with life to a ghost town echoing with the sound of sledgehammers. A real-life disaster movie, BEFORE THE FLOOD has won awards around the world and inspired Jia Zhangke's Still Life, shot in the same city. This profound film shows the human effects of one of history's grandest social engineering projects, reflecting on the loss of both home and heritage.
Emergency Exit (2012)
A major change in the constitution has revolutionized the life of thousands of people in Argentina, the legalization of same sex marriage. Following this event Mathieu and Augustin have led a very serious investigation throughout this huge country covering a wide spectrum of the population and asking them to testify about their everyday life and experiences since their coming out and their legal union.The result is a very beautiful, honest and touching documentary.
The Greatest Journeys on Earth: California - Journeys of the Adventurers (2007)
With its golden beaches and sheer cliffs, glacial water and tropical palms; with its ever-spreading metropolis, larger-than-life celebrities, and over-the-top prosperity, California is, without contest, the kingdom of contrast, beyond measure and beyond superlatives. For four centuries this land at the edge of the western world attracts hardy adventurers like a magnet, and today's California is modeled in the image of the extravagant landscapes and the legendary tycoons who call it home.
The Allman Brothers Band: Live at Great Woods (1992)
Recorded in 1991, The Allman Brothers Band’s beloved Live At Great Woods showcases one of the most powerful lineups in the group’s history performing a top-notch set of fan favorites, including a fiery acoustic mini-set.
A Drop of Water (2013)
Three Christian organizations attempt a bottom-up approach to train a new generation to rescue a broken society in Cambodia.
The American West of John Ford (1971)
The American West of John Ford is a 1971 television special about movie director John Ford's career narrated by John Wayne, James Stewart, and Henry Fonda. Footage of Wayne, Stewart, and Fonda talking with the aging Ford are interspersed with an array of clips from Ford's films spanning more than five decades, including The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Searchers, and Stagecoach, each of which is dealt with at some length.
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 guys...so 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!
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!
Dead Is Dead (1992)
Eric is attacked and partially dismembered by a mutant creature and left for dead. A woman named Laura finds him and uses an experimental drug on him known as Doxital. Eric uses his supply of the drug to pay off a debt, but the Doxital he gives away is a bad batch! Can he get it back in time?
Hoodslam: The Accidental Phenomenon (2014)
HOODSLAM - THE ACCIDENTAL PHENOMENON is the story of one of the most controversial pro wrestling company's in the country. Watch as they grow from their meager beginnings out of a dilapidated warehouse in the ghetto of Oakland California to an award winning theatrical production that plays to sold out crowds.
Gateways to the Otherworld (2007)
This provides answer to the most profound question mankind has been
asking himself for as long as there has been consciousness - is there life after death?
We discover that a technique exists in which we can all travel and journey to
"other realities" which exist within us. Through the science of quantum physics,
Gardiner shows that ancient man was far more advanced than we previously
believed. The author actually undergoes his own experiments to prove the point.
Is there a universal frequency so perfect that it allows the mind to travel into
other realms? Did our ancestors know of this special harmony? How does all this
relate now to the holographic universe and the concept of quantum entanglement?
Does the Great Pyramid hold a real secret to the quantum realm? Are there
ancient methods of healing here that would benefit mankind?
In an all encompassing work, the author uses the science of the day in
conjunction with the most ancient of teachings bringing them into the current
day reality. We see the wonders of the ancients in their incredible buildings,
built for a unique method of travel; we spot clues to the very real Atlantis and we
come to our own end and discover a new beginning. Will anybody be able to
say that they no longer believe in an after life? Will anybody say that there is
not more to life than meets the physical eye?
Philip Gardiner is the best selling author of several books, including Gnosis:
The Secret of Solomon's Temple Revealed and The Ark, The Shroud and Mary.
He has appeared on hundreds of international radio and television programs
as well as documentaries including Freemasonry for the Discovery Channel.
Rromani Soul (2008)
RROMANI SOUL traces the true origin of the Rroma people. Through rituals, song and dance we follow emblematic figure and "Queen of the Gypsies" Esma Redzepova to Macedonia, south of France and finally to India. The film reveals for the first time ever that the true and unique origin of the Rroma is Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh, India.
Special Needs (2006)
Special Needs is a dark comedy/satire about three reality TV producers creating show about people with physical and mental disabilities. The film was written, produced, and directed by Isaak James, who also starred.
Ripple Effect (2007)
Amer Atrash (Philippe Caland) moved from Lebanon to America with dreams of becoming a major fashion designer. But after 15 years, he is still nowhere close to realizing his vision, and repeated brushes with success have only left him bitter and disillusioned. When his wife (Virginia Madsen) tells him she's considering a divorce, the shock prompts Amer to confess a terrible secret that may be the cause of all his problems. He sets out to remedy his past in the hopes of saving his future.
Freedom Deep (1998)
"An amazing piece of work!" (Wim Wenders). On the 11th September 2018, a new 'bible' will be delivered. Liam a poet /prophet journeys his work across a post apocalyptic wasteland back to the remnants of civilization. He is intercepted by a warrior and an uneasy alliance forms... This intercuts with the year 1999 where as a young writer Liam's work is influenced by his spiritual mentors, most notably Kurt Cobain! Not since The Who's Tommy has rock opera pushed such limits. Music is by Goya's Child with orchestral pieces by Joseph Douglas. Writen & Directed by Aaron Stevenson (Welcome 2 Wherer U Are - MAD MAX Doco!). Features the outstanding 35mm cinematography of Karl Von Moller (The Long Weekend) and sound design by AFI Award wineer Neil Mc Grath. Freedom Deep is surrounded by current copyright controversy due to the Denzel Washington production The Book of Eli which has very similar themes and concepts.... Reviews can be found at www.quietearth.us. Previews at youtube.com
Isle of the Snake People (1971)
Isle of the Snake People is a 1971 Mexican horror film directed by Juan Ibáñez and starring Boris Karloff and Julissa. The film was produced by Ibanez for Azteca Films. The film was released as La muerte viviente in the United States as a Spanish-language film. It was later dubbed in English but received little theatrical distribution, and was then released for television. The film is also known as Cult of the Dead and Snake People.
Know the Truth (2005)
In film entitled "Know the Truth", international producers & directors "Saint" (Brasil) and "Kuut" (Italy) have shattered all boundaries to bring you the TRUTH about real practices in magickal, metaphysical and energy works. In a compelling style that is just as unique as the way the producers present the subject itself, "Know the Truth" achieves a balance between compelling narrative explanations and incredible footage of very real, and uncut, magickal practices that have never been filmed before. Not in any book ever written, not in any other film available on the market... nowhere have you ever seen what you experience for yourself in "Know the Truth".
The Loss of Nameless Things (2004)
In 1978, Oakley Hall III, the brilliant and charismatic founder of the Lexington Conservatory Theater, had it all. Together, his merry band transformed the run-down Catskills camp where they worked and lived into their creative paradise. THE LOSS OF NAMELESS THINGS is the harrowing tale of Hall's fall from grace, a bittersweet look at what was recaptured and a heartbreaking reminder of what was lost forever.
Black Gulch (2003)
It was supposed to be a simple job, rob a small town bank to break in the new guy. Unfortunately for Everett and his team, the town of Black Gulch has some very nasty surprises waiting for them.
Night of the Living Heads (2010)
"A mysterious yet potent strain of Marijuana from Jamaica has hit the streets in a quiet, suburban neighborhood. It doesn't take long until the effects of the powerful Ganja take control of the town stoners; and cause them to start acting strange. Can you handle the high-caliber chronic? Or, will you fall victim to the...Night of the Living Heads?"
The Golden Dolphin (1986)
The Golden Dolphin Mystery. A great story families will want to view over and over. An inherited English manor, hidden passages, lost deed, a kidnapping, intrigue, danger, and humor, but also a message that holds the key to happiness for any family, as parents provide the spiritual answers for life's daily problems.
Midlake: Live in Denton, TX (2015)
Midlake returns to its hometown of Denton, TX for an intimate show at the iconic concert venue, Dan's Silverleaf, where the band had stopped off to play a local show while on tour promoting their fourth album, Antiphon. The result is a beautifully photographed 90-minute film that is both a live concert movie and documentary homage to the band's hometown of Denton.
Ben Folds and Waso Live in Perth (2005)
Ben Folds, The West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Live In Perth
Creed of Gold (2014)
Creed of Gold is a 2014 film about fictional corruption at the Federal Reserve. It was produced by Crystal Creek Media and directed by Daniel Knudsen. Filming of Creed of Gold took place in several locations near Indianapolis, Indiana and Detroit, Michigan with some additional photography taking place on location in New York City.
Manson Kilmore: The Night Caller of Coal Miners Holler Part1 (2009)
n 1975 in a small Southwest Virginia coal mining town a series of sadistic murders took place ending on Christmas Eve with the killing of Manson Kilmore, that may or may not have been the real killer. He later became a mere urban legend. Lilith introduces her gay friend Bill Richardson to John Catobey and then proceeds to tell Bill's pregnant wife, Dawn, where to catch her husband cheating on her by having sex with another man. The next day, Dawn tells Kate, Bill Richardson's girlfriend, what she found out. Later that day - Dawn was murdered. A few days later Manson Kilmore catches Catobey with his wife and threatens him with a gun but lets him go. Kate plans to tell everyone that John and Bill are homosexuals. Richardson kidnaps Kate and her baby son. He abuses her for a week and starves the baby. After cutting her head off, he rapes her. One by one all of the rest are murdered and Manson is blamed for the murders. Then he is beaten to death.
The Good Life (2008)
The Good Life (Spanish: La buena vida) is a 2008 Chilean drama film directed by Andrés Wood and written by Mamoun Hassan. The film won the 2008 Goya Award for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film.
Journey Beneath the Desert (1961)
Journey Beneath the Desert (Italian: Antinea, l'amante della città sepolta) is a 1961 Italian-French adventure film based on the novel Atlantida by Pierre Benoît.
Race for Glory (2013)
Filmmaker Adam Friedman discusses family and faith with some of stock car racing's biggest stars.
Celestial Subway Lines/Salvaging Noise (2005)
In Celestial Subway Lines, avant-garde filmmaker Ken Jacobs joins forces with a likeminded musical counterpart, John Zorn, whose maverick reputation in the jazz world mirrors the status Jacobs enjoys in the film world. Constructed without a conventional narrative, the film offers viewers a trip into the improvised world that Jacobs and Zorn conjure up, with some bizarre imagery from Jacobs forming a forceful connection with the unhinged wailing of Zorn's saxophone. Originally unveiled in 2004 at the Anthology Film Archives in New York City, Celestial Subway Lines is an absorbing meeting of minds.
Cinematic Titanic: War of the Insects (2011)
(1966, aka GENOCIDE) Yusuke Kawazu, Emi Shindo, Kathy Moran, Ralph Jesser. Its man against bugs in this cool sci-fi shocker. A plane carrying an atomic bomb is attacked by a new strain of killer bees. The bees have been created by a crazed scientist who has ideas of world domination. This colorful, seldom-scene Japanese sci-fi thriller is pretty wild. Color, scope, 16mm.
American Autumn: An Occudoc (2012)
The first feature length documentary on the Occupy movement, American Autumn: an occudoc offers answers for those who continue to ask: “what does the occupy movement stand for? What are our demands?”
Into the Black (2004)
Neil Murphy (Paul Sacks) returns to his hometown, after an eight year absence, to attend the wake of his best friend Danny Sherman (Zach Nightingale). However Neil doesn't quite receive such a warm we...
Golden Gloves (2007)
This film tells the story of women competing in Golden Gloves boxing. Women had been trying to get into the competition for many years, but not until 1994 was the case for women given real attention. Threatened with a civil lawsuit from the ACLU, women were finally let in for the first time in 1995. As of today, boxing is the only sport in the Olympic games exclusively for men. This film follows eight women in the 2005 tournament who each think they can be the next champion. The filmmaker, Leyla, was a sparring partner for Hilary Swank while preparing for "Million Dollar Baby".
All Hell Broke Loose (2009)
A former sharpshooter from the Civil War falls in with a band of frontier outlaws.
Ruby Skye P.I.: The Haunted Library (2012)
Is a ghost haunting the spooky old O'Deary Library? Teen detective Ruby Skye can't believe it. But how else do you explain the creepy shadows, the late-night noises, and the flying books!? As Ruby starts her investigation, a second mystery drops into her lap. Ava O'Deary - the owner of the library - dies and her Last Will and Testament is missing. Before you say "long lost relative", O'Deary descendants descend with plans to squander Ava's fortune, burn the books and turn the historic library into condos. Ruby can't let that happen. Ruby soon finds herself in a battle of wits with a ghost and a race against time to find Ava's will and save the library.
Team Qatar (2009)
Qatar is said to be the world's richest country. Competitive debating is said to be a training ground for future world leaders. So when the Qatari Emiress charged two recent Oxford graduates with creating the country's first national debate team and taking them to the world championships, the stakes were high. TEAM QATAR follows the journey of five ambitious teens as they are initiated into the cutthroat subculture of competitive high-school debate. Aware that their region is associated in Western minds with oil, money, and jihad, they are determined to show they are not closed-minded extremists - and even more determined to win. Training in London, Doha, and New York, they learn a bit about the world as they hone their debating skills. The kids are charismatic and cultured, with strong views and immense curiosity. Only 20% of Qatar's residents are Qatari, and the team reflects this: Tina is Iranian, Vartan is Syrian-Armenian, Fatima is Iraqi, Ayesha is from Pakistan; and Talal is half Lebanese, half Qatari. Alex, their coach, was president of the Oxford Union, and he is determined to prepare them for victory - despite the fact that they've only been debating for six months. Will the team overcome their inexperience and hold their own against the sarcastic English, meticulous Singaporeans, and ferocious Australians, all with years of practice reducing lesser teams to tears? How will they deal with America? What will they make of Team Israel? Are they worldly enough to triumph? At stake in their minds is the chance to demonstrate to the rest of the world their skills as modern, free-thinking Middle-Easterners. Quirky and endearing, engaging and informative, the film offers an entertaining window onto the rapidly growing global culture of the Arab world and its relation to the West. Original Version/90 Minute director's cut. "ABSOLUTELY LOVELY" - THE GUARDIAN "HUGELY ENJOYABLE" - TIME OUT "ENGROSSING" -
Message From Hiroshima (2015)
The devastating effects of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima are explored using computer-generated re-creations and testimonials from survivors.
The Dahl Dynasty (2013)
<i>The Dahl Dynasty</i> tells the story of Hamilton Dahl IV (Jon Christie), the young, brooding heir to the Dahl family's corporate empire, and his quest for justice after the murder of his father and namesake by his uncle, Claude (Tim Newkirk). Written by Executive Producer Kristen Reed, this tragic tale based on William Shakespeare's <i>Hamlet</i> was brought to life by Director Bryan Quinn and Director of Photography Eric M. Chisholm.
This film features music by Sparks the Rescue, Holly Heist, and Lisa D'Amato of <i>America's Next Top Model</i> fame.
Attack of the Vegan Zombies! (2010)
A nosy neighbor discovers a winery uses undead workers and everyone tries to keep from being eaten.
The Cinematographer Project (2011)
Transworld SKATEboarding is proud to present our twenty-fourth video, "The Cinematographer Project." We have assembled thirteen of skateboarding's finest film makers to each produce their own original three to five minute short. The result is a truly creative and diverse take on the world of skateboarding. Torsten Frank features Mark Gonzales' thoughts and skating in Europe with Chewy Cannon and Lem Villemin. Christopher Middlebrook highlights an all-Australian section with a host of rippers including Jake Duncombe, Lewis Marnell, Dane Burman and Nick Boserio. Chris Ray filmed an entire Evan Smith part and Dan Wolfe did the same shooting a Dennis Busenitz part with Real team riders Justin Brock, Peter Ramondetta, Ishod Wair, James Hardy and more. Beagle entertains everyone with the skating of Jamie Tancowny, Lizard, Theotis Beasley, Figgy and tons of others. Jon Holland puts Sk8 Mafia in the spotlight with Tyler Surrey, Wes Kremer, Jamie Palmore, Jimmy Cao and more.. Bill Strobeck rolls with Alex Olson, Dylan Rieder and Mark Gonzales to name a few. Russell Houghten amazes with his time-lapse work while featuring skating from Dylan Rieder, Arto Saari, Tom Karangelov, and many others. Brennan Conroy films the Habitat team in a smooth montage with Silas Baxter-Neal, Stefan Janoski, Mark Suciu and others. Mike Manzoori skates the city streets at night with Jose Rojo, Kyle Leeper, Rodrigo TX, and a host of others. RB Umali shot an all NYC groove with Zoo York and Brandon Westgate, Chaz Ortiz, Eli Reed and more. Lee Dupont focuses on Washington Street Skate park with Pat Duffy, Kyle Berard, Matt Mumford, Danny Dicola and many others. And finally Alien Workshop has a power driven montage that will knock your socks off featuring the entire Alien team with an added focus on Gilbert Crockett and Jake Johnson. Needless to say, this video has something to offer everyone.
The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse (2012)
The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse is a 2012 American animated 3D horror film directed by Justin Paul Ritter, written by Ritter and Ryan Plato, and starring Michael Villar as an intelligent zombie who seeks to protect his son. It is based on The Living Corpse Exhumed, a comic book by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson.
The Black Kung Fu Experience (2012)
The year is 1973, and one of the most groundbreaking motion pictures in the history of Hollywood, is released. Enter The Dragon, starring Bruce Lee, is responsible for single-handedly exposing people to the exciting world of martial arts, specifically kung-fu. As soon as the movie was released, Americans were lining up in large numbers to sign up for kung-fu classes. This film portrays the rise in prominence of several African-American men who decided to take on the martial art, and be able to expose it to the black masses, rather than keeping it strictly to the white and Asian demographics.
The Impossible Kid of Kung Fu (1982)
The Impossible Kid is a Kung Fu movie made in 1982, starring Filipino actor Weng Weng. This movie is a sequel to For Your Height Only. Part of the comedic premise of this film involves the viewer’s suspension of disbelief during the fight scenes. The 2'9" Weng Weng was featured beating up, knocking out, and holding down average-sized men.
Life! is a 2005 Dutch drama film directed by Willem van de Sande Bakhuyzen.
Father Steps Out (1941)
Father Steps Out is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough and starring Frank Albertson, Jed Prouty, Lorna Gray and Frank Faylen. It is a remake of the 1934 film City Limits.
Here Comedy Presents Kate Clinton (2005)
Legendary comedienne Kate Clinton offers her riotous take on feminism, lesbianism, and life in this one-woman, stand-up performance. Clinton takes on the burning issues of the day - popes, politics, marriage, sex, pop culture. You'll laugh 'til you think!
Duck, Duck, Goose! (2005)
Duck, Duck, GOOSE! is a 20-minute comedy film short written, directed and edited by D. C. Douglas. It was first released in Los Angeles, California on 15 January 2005 and on DVD on 15 March 2010.
Grounded: Making The Last of Us (2013)
Go behind-the-scenes to learn about the dogged development and unique philosophy at work in the making of the universally acclaimed, hit video game, The Last of Us. The Last of Us is available now.
Gun Training with the Non-Aggression Principle, Vol 1 (2012)
A groundbreaking approach to firearms and self-defense training. Vol 1: Basic Handgun and Rifle with Jared Waltz. Beautifully filmed and easy to understand instructions.
Chess Kids: Special Edition (2011)
A follow-up to the acclaimed Chess Kids (1996), this feature-length Special Edition release (2011) delivers the original award-winning documentary and includes all new engaging interviews with the original players, nearly 20 years later! Featuring chess luminaries: Judit Polgar, Josh Waitzkin, Bruce Pandolfini and more.
Amasan: Women of the Sea (2009)
GlobalGirl Media Network Presents: The Amasan or Sea Women of Shirahama, Japan have been diving together for decades. Through their dying art, these women have formed a tightly knit bond, as well as a business co-operative, providing economic security for their husbands and families.
Greatest Hits (2012)
This exhilarating performance recorded live at the Church Street Station Theatre in Orlando, Florida (1984) features Dottie West with special guests Freddie Weller and Tom Wopat. West was one of the most successful and controversial performers to rise to popularity during the Nashville sound era. Like her friend and mentor Patsy Cline, West's battles for identity and respect within the male-dominated country music hierarchy were instrumental in enabling other female artists to gain control over the directions of their careers. West earned her first Top 40 hit in 1963 and was the first female country artist to win a Grammy Award for the chart-topper 'Here Comes My Baby.' A
US Festival 1983 Days 1-3 (2009)
The ultimate concert took place on Memorial Day Weekend 1983. Curated by Steve Wozniak (Apple computers), the 3 days of New Wave, Heavy Metal and Rock are legendary. Features performances from U2, the Clash, Judas Priest, Stevie Nicks, Scorpions, INXS, Men at Work, Stray Cats, Triumph, Missing Persons and more
Sherpa: The Proving Grounds (2002)
From the perilous origins of Himalayan mountaineering, and the first expeditions to utilise the unique strengths of the Sherpa tribe, this fascinating film takes the viewer through the arduous training programme of the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and the extraordinary young women who strive to become a part of the backbone of modern -day high-altitude expeditions. Featuring Mount Everest legend Nawang Gombu, this revealing documentary examines the prestigious Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and its accomplished, although unknown, climbing instructors. The film features exclusive access to the Institute?s training grounds of the Rathong Valley in Sikkim, India.
Classic Stories For Children (1990)
Emmy Award winning original puppet musical of some of the best-loved tales for children: Jack and the Beanstalk, Rumplestilskin, Rapunzel and The Frog Prince, and many more tales and rhymes to read along. With songs by Rita Abrams.
Mastodon - Live at Brixton (2013)
On February 11, 2012, Mastodon took the stage at London's O2 Academy, Brixton capping off the band's world tour for their fifth studio album, "The Hunter." This sold out performance was the band's first show at Brixton. In addition to performing their latest songs "Curl of the Burl," "Black Tongue," and "Dry Bone Valley" the band dug into their catalog performing "Colony of Birchmen," "Capillarian Crest," and "Iron Tusk." Critics said this 23-song set list captures "an intense display of dark riffs and crushing choruses." Rolling Stone says "'The Hunter' demonstrates how contemporary radio rock can still be made with imagination, precision and a majestic sense of force."
Cut Up (1994)
Combining the "cut up" method of writing wrapped in a taut crime-suspense drama, Cut Up tells the story of Carl, a photographer who left his job as a homicide detective after accidentally killing a little girl during his hunt for a serial killer. Urged by his friend and former partner, Carl joins in on a similar murder case which emerges in New Orleans. Getting back into the groove, Carl and his partner slowly begin to pick apart the case of this mysterious killer. Twisted, incoherent messages set up at the crime scenes are left for the detectives to try and decipher. But as they begin to close in on the killer, Carl feels the tension of his past traumatic experience with his last case. He soon realizes that he must confront his personal demons in order to defeat the real demon rampaging through the streets of the Big Easy.
Fasten Your Seatbelt (2013)
Fasten Your Seatbelt is a 2013 South Korean comedy film written and directed by actor Ha Jung-woo, in his directorial debut. The film made its world premiere at the 18th Busan International Film Festival, and was released in theaters on October 17, 2013.
Nobody Knows: The Untold Story of Black Mormons (2009)
There has been a continuous African American presence in the LDS Church from its earliest days. Until the 1850s, some Black converts were even ordained to the Mormon priesthood. This documentary discusses that little-known legacy. It confronts the hard issues which surfaced during the 1960s, when the Civil Rights Movement drew attention to the Church's priesthood restriction. That restriction was lifted in 1978, which opened the door for an influx of new Black Mormon pioneers.
Never-released footage shot in 1968 joins rare archival photographs in this documentary, which also includes interviews with Martin Luther King III, Dr. Cecil "Chip" Murray, as well as many renowned scholars, historians, Black Mormons, and descendants of Black Mormon pioneers.
The Waterkeepers (2000)
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. leads the nation's fastest-growing grassroots environmental organization, the Waterkeeper Alliance. Like an environmental "Neighborhood Watch" program, waterkeepers take polluters to court, respond to citizens' compaints about water pollution, identify problems that affect rivers, bays, lakes and streams; devise appropriate remedies and act as living witnesses to the condition of local ecosystems. Waterkeepers have helped to clean up and protect hundreds of water bodies around the world from pollution and dirty industries. "The Waterkeepers" chronicles the heroic efforts of river, bay and soundkeepers from Alaska to North Carolina. Their hands-on public advocacy environmentalism has become a model for ecosystem protection: citizens defending the ecosystems in which they live.
Rhythm in the Clouds (1937)
Rhythm in the Clouds is a 1937 American film directed by John H. Auer.
The Super Weapon (1976)
For the serious Martial Artist, "The Super Weapon" is the on documentary that boasts no trick photography or special effects. All of this incredible action is totally real. Starring the masters of Martial Arts, including Ron VanClief, you will see in great depth the difference between the various kinds of fighting such as Karate, Kung Fu, Jui Jitsu, Tae Kwan Do, Tai Chi, Aikido and others. At last audiences have a chance to see human acts that defy human pain. Tasks that appear supernatural to us are mere tools of control in the hands of masters.
"The Super Weapon" is a a brilliant inside look at the incredible reality of the Oriental world of self-defense.
From director and writer Robert Beaucage, Spike is a movie that has a combination of fantasy, horror and romance that stars Sarah Livingston Evans, Jared Edwards and Anna-Marie Wayne. Filmed in 2008, this film is about a girl and her three friends who end up getting stranded in a forest by a monster-like character by the name of Spike. Unknown to the girl, Spike has been watching her grow up, fallen in love with her and has been waiting for her for many years. Another unique element in this film is that the main characters, with the exception of Spike himself, have no names. They are simply known as The Girl, Her Boyfriend, His Sister and Her Girlfriend.
Meteor and Shadow (1985)
A documentary about the rise and fall of Greek's most esteemed poet, Napoleon Lapathiotis.