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  • How to Start a Small Business (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    4.8 IMDB

    Skyler Ward, a small-time promoter, is searching for the next big thing. Guided by his mantra for success, "Tools, Team, Process, Recipe," we follow Skyler and his team of little people wrestlers as they attempt to take their act from the bars of Texas and fairgrounds of Oklahoma to the big time.
  • Miss Angela (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    N/A IMDB

    Cast:  Andy Garcia
    The remarkable story of 91 year old Cuban-American singer-songwriter Angela Alvarez who's lifetime of songs were nearly lost to the world. An inspiring tale of love, loss, struggle but ultimately triumph, 'Miss Angela' is a story 75 years in the making.
  • War Dog: A Soldier's Best Friend (2017)

    2017

    1h 37m

    7.5 IMDB

    From executive producer Channing Tatum and director Deborah Scranton comes a deeply personal documentary that highlights the intimate relationship between veterans and their K9 companions, both during combat and as they readjust to civilian life. This is a tribute to man's best friend, underscoring the incredibly important role that these canine soldiers play in the lives of their human counterparts.
  • Meet the Donors: Does Money Talk? (2016)

    2016

    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Barack Obama, Alexandra Pelosi, Donald Trump
    With the 2016 election shaping up to be the most expensive in U.S. history, candidates from both political parties are relying on big donors to get their message out to the American people. Intrepid filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi takes viewers behind the scenes to top-dollar fundraisers and talks with some of these high-rollers to find out why they are pouring millions into our elections.
  • Section 60: Arlington National Cemetery (2008)

    2008

    1h 37m

    6.8 IMDB

    It has been called 'the saddest acre in America.' It is also one of the most sacred. Section 60 in Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for young men and women who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. For families and friends, it is a place to grieve, to honor, to remember--and to find comfort and community with others who have shared the same profound loss. Award-winning filmmakers Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill present this emotional, elegiac documentary filmed entirely in Section 60 where cameras captured the sights and sounds of funerals and provide intimate glimpses of family members and friends who have come to honor their loved ones.
  • China's Emperor of Evil (2016)

    2016

    1h 37m

    5.7 IMDB

    In China's Valley of the Kings, there stands a tall, carved stone. It honors the resting place of a woman named Wu Zetian, who rose from concubine to become China's only female emperor. For more than a millennia, history claimed she killed her own children, held power through a ruthless rule of terror, and brought China to the edge of ruin. But are any of these claims true? Join the investigation as we revisit old evidence and reveal new truths, using artifacts and forensic tools to tell the true story of China's Emperor of Evil.
  • Client 9 (2010)

    2010

    1h 37m

    7.4 IMDB

    Cast:  Pen√©lope Cruz, Wrenn Schmidt, Stephen Colbert
    Documentary on the rise of Eliot Spitzer, first as Attorney General and then Governor of New York and his subsequent downfall due to a sex scandal. Spitzer had a hard driving, take no prisoners approach to prosecuting criminals. When he focused his efforts on Wall Street, he came up against some very powerful men. The chink in his armor was an escort whom he met regularly. When the fact that he spent time with a prostitute became public the knives came out so to speak, and Spitzer found himself isolated, resigning the Governorship. At one point, Spitzer recounts the story of a friend who gave him a t-shirt with 'Hubris is Terminal' printed on the front. A fitting epitaph somehow for his political career.
  • The Reason I Jump (2020)

    2020

    1h 37m

    7.4 IMDB

    Based on the book by Naoki Higashida, this immersive film explores the experiences of non-speaking autistic people around the world.
  • Garden Wild! (2015)

    2015

    1h 37m

    7.5 IMDB

    Nothing like watching a dragonfly hatch, or a mother hedgehog with her hoglets to get you back to nature. Take a deep slow breath and observe the seasons changing across European gardens and forests, with all the tiny beauties that thrive in the world of ponds, trees, and small plots of land.
  • It Is Not the Homosexual Who Is Perverse, But the Society in Which He Lives (1971)

    1971

    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    Daniel, a young man from the provinces come to the city and moves from one gay subculture to the next. His adventures begin on the streets of Berlin, where the shy brunette Daniel meets the blonde Clemens, who invites him home for coffee and offers him a place to stay. Soon Daniel is living with Clemens and believes he has found the love of his life. The two try to imitate a bourgeois marriage and its lifestyle. But after four months of tedium, Daniel is cruised by a rich older man who entices him to move into his villa, where he encounters a group of older gays, pretentious in their appreciations of fine art and classical music, who fawn over him.
  • Fireboys (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    7.2 IMDB

    For these young boys, fighting wildfire is another chance at life. Fireboys tell the story of California's incarcerated youth given a way out through trial by fire, literally.
  • Last Man Standing: Suge Knight and the Murders of Biggie & Tupac (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    6.6 IMDB

    Last Man Standing takes at look at Death Row Records and how L.A.'s street gang culture had come to dominate its business workings, as well as an association with corrupt L.A. Police Officers who were also gang affiliated. It would be this world of gang rivalry and dirty cops that would later claim the lives of the world's two greatest rappers: Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
  • Stolen Daughters: Kidnapped by Boko Haram (2018)

    2018

    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    The story of the freed female hostages of Boko Haram, detailing their lives in captivity and since their release.
  • Homegrown: The Counter-Terror Dilemma (2016)

    2016

    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Kerry Cahill
    HOMEGROWN: THE COUNTER-TERROR DILEMMA explores the real and perceived threat of homegrown Islamic extremism in America today through first-hand accounts from those on the front lines of this battle - family members of convicted terrorists, those trying to persuade young people from embracing extremism, Muslim Americans facing fear and suspicion in their communities, victims of terrorist attacks, and insights from experts and prosecutors who worked homegrown terrorist cases. Among the questions the film raises: Why are American citizens signing up for ISIS? How big is the threat, and how effective have the efforts of US counter-terrorism agencies been in combatting homegrown terrorism? What are the unintended consequences of such efforts? And, what freedoms and values do we sacrifice in our efforts to track down established and nascent extremists in our midst?
  • How to Dance in Ohio (2015)

    2015

    1h 37m

    7.7 IMDB

    A first kiss, a first dance. These are the rites of passage of American youth that hold the promise of magic, romance and initiation into adulthood. For kids from all walks of life, these first steps toward intimacy are at once exciting and terrifying. For some teenagers and young adults on the autism spectrum, the transition can be nothing less than paralyzing. In Columbus, Ohio, a group of young people with an array of developmental challenges prepares for an iconic event - a spring formal dance. They spend 12 weeks confronting and practicing their social skills as they prepare for the big event, to be hosted at a local disco. Working with their trusted psychologist, they deconstruct fear and larger-than-life social anxiety one step at a time by picking dates, dresses, and, ultimately, a King and Queen of the Prom. HOW TO DANCE IN OHIO is a story of the universal human need to grow, connect and belong as uniquely dramatized by individuals facing the deepest struggle toward social survival. In HOW TO DANCE IN OHIO, we get to know three girls transitioning into adulthood. The film takes us inside their group therapy sessions, their relationships with their families and their private thoughts as they struggle to understand and navigate the social rules that surround the suspenseful and heightened experience of a first date. Through their stories, and a chorus of other young women and men confronting similar issues, these girls reveal the hard work, perseverance and resilience it takes to be a part of contemporary society, along with the extraordinary challenges of being different. Entertaining, funny and heartbreaking, HOW TO DANCE IN OHIO challenges us to question and celebrate the path to human connection and to rethink the definition of normal.