2007 Movies (By Date)

Decaying Orbit

    • Unrated
    • 90 min
    • Sci-Fi

    When a mysterious explosion destroys a space station on the edge of the galaxy, five survivors manage to board an escape shuttle. Left adrift without communications, food, or any means of leaving the system, the survivors are forced to work together to survive. But soon evidence surfaces that one of them may actually be the saboteur that caused the station's destruction! Can the disfunctional group band together long enough to be rescued, when no one knows who they can trust? Written by Anonymous

    Terra Incognita: The Perils and Promise of Stem Cell Research

      • Unrated
      • 100 min
      • Documentary

      Terra Incognita is a feature length documentary film and companion civic engagement campaign featuring the story of Dr. Jack Kessler, the current chair of Northwestern University's Department of Neurology and Clinical Neurological Sciences, and his daughter, Allison, an undergraduate student at Harvard University. When Kessler was invited to head up the Neurology Department at Northwestern, his focus was on using stem cells to help cure diabetes. However, soon after his move to Chicago, Allison -- then age 15, was injured in a skiing accident and paralyzed from the waist down. In the moments following the accident, Dr. Kessler made the decision to change the focus of his research to begin looking for a cure for spinal cord injuries using embryonic stem cells. Through Kessler's story, we bring the stem cell debate to the public for discussion. The film follows the constantly evolving interplay between the promise of new discoveries, the controversy of modern science and the resilience and courage of people living every day with devastating disease and injury. Written by Kartemquin Films

      Hard Road Home

        • Unrated
        • 74 min
        • Documentary

        The story of three formerly incarcerated men - trying to beat the odds of going back to prison

        The Boy Who Cried Bitch: The Adolescent Years

          • Unrated
          • 99 min

          As I Lay Dying

            • Unrated
            • 10 min

            Die Spieler

              • Unrated
              • 86 min

              "Just Jordan" Get a Job

                • Unrated

                Hand in Hand

                  • Drama

                  In Passing

                    • Unrated
                    • 74 min

                    An exploration of the city of Manchester, England, as seen through the experiences of a partially blind woman.

                    - Written by

                    IMDb editor

                    The House on August Street

                      • Unrated
                      • 63 min

                      The untold story of my great-great aunt Beate Berger, and the "Beith Ahawah Kinderheim" she founded in 1922 in Berlin for Jewish children in need. It is the story of her courageous decision, during the early 1930s, to save "her" children from Nazi Germany, and the unique rescue operation that followed. She succeeded in bringing the children to the new "Ahawah" home she built in the Haifa Bay (then Palestine). This is a film about memory, about hope and about an amazing rescue operation run by one woman who had the historical vision and understanding of the reality in 1933 Berlinthat few others had. But, most of all, it is a film about the love that was the essence of "Beith Ahawah" in Auguststar├če 14-16, Berlin. Ayelet Bargur studied Art at TelAviv University and Film at Camera Obscura. Her graduation film, "A Good Place to Be" and her TV drama "As if Nothing Happened" were screened at festivals around the world and won a number of awards. Selected filmography: "As if Nothing Happened" ('99), "At the End of the Day" ('00), "Children of the Night" ('01), "Ras Pina" ('01), "So Near So Far" ('03).

                      - Written by

                      Ayelet Bargur