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Charge captures a pivotal moment in motor sport history - the dawn of the zero-emissions racing era on June 12th 2009, the world's first zero-emissions motorcycle grand prix.
2003 Documentary, Sport, Independent
A heart-hammering, electrifying tribute to the white-knuckle world of the Motorcycle Grand Prix the fastest sport on two wheels where only the most audacious competitors race at speeds over 200mph and crash at over 100mph.
1/10 of a Second
2016 Documentary, Sport, Independent
1/10 OF A SECOND takes us through the tumultuous rise, fall and redemption of the country’s oldest professional motorcycle racer ~ Johnny Rock Page.
History Rediscovered: The Battle of Britain
Frank Capra's documentary The Battle of Britain traces the fate of the British after the fall of France and the dark days of "The Blitz."
Price for Peace
This powerful film chronicles the events in the Pacific Theater of WWII, from the bombing of Pearl Harbor to the American occupation of Japan in 1945.
Robinson Crusoe's Treasure Island
2011 History, Biography
A Chicago millionaire, an English professor of history and two German biologists recreate the age of pirate wars and empire-building. Tracing the events of 300 years ago on Robinson Crusoe Island, they search for 800 sacks of Spanish gold some say are still hidden.
The Doctor, the Tornado, and the Kentucky Kid
Narrated by Ewan McGregor, the movie tells the story of the biggest motorcycle race in American history. Extraordinary characters chase a dream in the face of real danger, under unimaginable pressure, with no margin for error.
2011 Documentary, Sport, Independent
FASTEST captures the reality of MotoGP racing. From award-winning filmmaker Mark Neale, the film charts Valentino Rossi's quest for his eighth premier class championship.
D for Discovery 2
D for Discovery portrays adventurers in search of the new and unique at various points all over the globe from the Brazilian rainforest to the mountains of Laos. Their assignments take them to areas as varied as their clientele, who are from the business sector, culture, and research.
The Great American West
The story of the Settlement of the United States' western frontier.
History Rediscovered: The Battle of China
The sixth film in Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series focuses on Japan's invasion of China. The film highlights the determination of the Chinese, who lose battle after battle yet stay in the fight.
A documentary concerning the violent Italian 'poliziotteschi' cinematic movement of the 1970s which, at first glance, seem to be rip-offs of American crime films like DIRTY HARRY or THE GODFATHER, but which really address Italian issues like the Sicilian Mafia and red terrorism. Perhaps even more interesting than the films themselves were the rushed methods of production (stars performing their own stunts, stealing shots, no live sound) and the bleed-over between real-life crime and movie crime.
The Nazi's plan to eliminate an entire race of people nearly succeeded because thousands of ordinary people simply went about their business. Yet in the midst of darkness shone a light. In fact, many lights. This compelling documentary takes viewers to the Netherlands where a number of Dutch Jews relive the terrifying ordeal they experienced at the hands of the Nazis and the daring accounts of those Hidden Heroes who risked their lives to save them. For the rescuers and the rescued alike, it is a powerful emotional reconnection with a time and a place that holds the conflicting memories of terror and hope.
Killer Whale and Crocodile
In Killer Whale and Crocodile, carvers from two of the world's great carving traditions come together. A First Nations carver from Canada travels into the jungles of Papua New Guinea and a New Guinea carver travels to urban Canada. Together, they share each other's cultures and learn about the myths and legends that inform their individual artistic styles.
Shot Down over the Soviet Union
2003 History, Biography
Was it the intention of the chief military staff of the US Air Force to unleash the third world war in the 50s? Was the development of the CIA spy plane, U2, an attempt by the US government to regain control over war threatening missions flown by the US Air Force? Shot down over the Soviet Union presents previously undisclosed documents, film footage and contemporary witnesses reports that provide us with an authentic image of the dramatic events of the 50s.