No Burgers for Bigfoot
- 94 min
A mockumentary about an amateur filmmaker, Michael Justice, who wants to make a short film about Bigfoot. Join him and his cast of clueless characters as they try to bring home 'the message'.
Fritz: The Walter Mondale Story
Mitzi Gaynor: Razzle Dazzle! The Special Years
- 105 min
Before there was Dancing with the Stars, there was Mitzi Gaynor-television's original star dancer! From 1968 to 1978, Gaynor dazzled audiences with her annual, award-winning, network TV variety spectaculars - averaging over 30 million viewers each - showcasing the singing, dancing and comedic talents that made her a star in the theatre, film, television, nightclub and concert worlds. In honor of the 40th anniversary of Gaynor's first televised special (Mitzi, NBC, 1968) and the 50th anniversary of her signature, Golden Globe-nominated performance in the blockbuster 1958 film Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific. The ultimate collection of song and dance performances from Gaynor's classic network television specials - unseen for three decades - MITZI GAYNOR: RAZZLE DAZZLE! THE SPECIAL YEARS is a new documentary that celebrates a landmark career through new interviews with Mitzi and many others that worked with her. A reflective and entertaining glimpse into the television variety show at its zenith, taking viewers on a nostalgic trip through Gaynor's TV years: the groundbreaking performances, glitzy costumes and Mitzi's triple threat talent as illustrated in digitally remastered clips, rare photos and footage from Gaynor's personal archive, which illuminate the behind-the-scenes stories and impact of these 17-time Emmy®-nominated and 6-time Emmy®-winning TV milestones. Memorable moments with special guest stars. Among the classic performances featured in the documentary are numbers choreographed by some of the film and theatrical dance world's most influential choreographers.
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- 90 min
When Luke is viciously attacked and his fiancée is raped and murdered, he pledges to train himself in deadly hand to hand combat and use it against any wrong doers who dare to cross his path.
Til Death Do Us Part
- 90 min
Til Death Do Us Part takes the viewer on a journey with incarcerated battered women, as they relate their stories from first falling in love, through the abuse by their spouses, the murder, trial, parole process, and finally, for one woman, freedom. There is a stigma in our society that a woman can leave an abusive relationship at any time. However, the women in this film prove the contrary. They were under the age of 24, isolated from their families and had virtually no money. They all reached a point where there was a final beating in which that survival instinct prevailed. In these final moments, they snapped and killed. The justice system was not set up for women who acted in defense of their lives. Before the O.J. Simpson, trial, there was little accepted evidence, no taped 911 calls, no police reports on domestic violence and therefore, no acceptable proof. Self defense was based on a male model for two men of equal physical build. Self defense was not applicable if a woman armed herself with a kitchen knife or her husband's handgun. These women go through a grueling parole process where they are often approved for parole, only to have the verdict reversed by the Governor. There is a non-profit legal group, The Habeas Project, fighting to retry as many women who qualify under Habeas Corpus as possible. They have a deadline. Four hundred incarcerated women must find affordable legal counsel and go to trial before the year 2010. No one has heard their stories until now.
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90 Millas: El Documental
An inside look at musician Gloria Estefan recording her Latin music tribute to album, 90 Millas.
James Castle: Portrait of an Artist
- 53 min
A Documentary on James Castle that reveals the artist's life and creative process, as told by family members, art historians, curators, artists, collectors, and members of the deaf community. A true case of triumph of the spirit, Castle's inspirational story is one of monumental achievement.
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- 100 min
a film about how attitude dissimilar family against abortion .....
- 77 min
Reverend David Poe and his psychiatrist wife trade hectic New York life for an idyllic rural farmhouse; the perfect place for 10 year old twins Jack & Emily to run, play and imagine. Documenting this lifestyle change, David decides to film every holiday and special family event. To the Poe's horror their home movies reveal an increasing malice and evil within their children and by Valentines Day, the children's sadism has turned to a blood lust for human prey.
Life's Passing Me By
- 88 min
Dora Allen is a twenty-something young woman who has theunique ability to speak with people and provide them withhelpful advice for their problems. Unfortunately, she isunable to help herself, and is tired of always 'being there' forher friends andfamily. To makematters worse,Dora's personallife is in shambles.From a sister shenever speaks to,to a mother shecan't stand, to acrazy best friend,to a boyfriendwho may or maynot actually bea boyfriend. Sheseems to give offan aura thatinvites people,including complete strangers, to confide in her with theirdeepest secrets and problems, and she always comes through,giving them thoughtful advice. What Dora does not realize,is that people become addicted to her help. What the people inDora's life don't realize, is that sometimes with free advice,you get what you pay for and you must phrase yourquestions carefully. Fed up with complaints from people whoaren't satisfied because things don't work out the way theylike, Dora swears off helping people, only to be confrontedwith a life or death situation where she must decide whethershe will continue to give advice or not. A romantic dramedyfor anyone who has ever acted like they have it all together,when they really don't. --© Official Site