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The Night James Brown Saved Boston
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This film tells the story of the pivotal role that James Brownand that particular James Brown concert in 1968played in the history of the country.
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A.K.A Cassius Clay
The documentary story of Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay)--the heavyweight boxing champion whose style and courage captured the imagination of the world.
Chi-Lites-Live in Norfolk 2005
The amazing and soulful Chi-Lites recorded live in Norfalk, Virginia in 2005. Hits include "Oh Girl," "Have You Seen Her," "Stoned Out of My Mind" and more.
Let the Church Say Amen
Official Selection - Sundance FF. In Washington D.C., one close-knit church becomes a symbol of hope in a local community battling drugs and crime.
Run DMC - Forever Kings
Innovators & originators, Run DMC's influence on the music of the new millenium goes every bit as deep of Elvis or the Beatles. The successes of Run DMC resounded through rap, rock, R&B, and eventually international pop of every kind.
O'Jays - Live In Concert
The legends of R&B perform at the Bergen Performing Arts Center, celebrating their 50th year in music. All the hits are included in this high-definition filming, including Backstabbers, For The Love of Money, Use Ta Be My Girl and Love Train. One of their greatest performances ever.
Children of the Light
"Children of the Light" tells the life story of Desmond Tutu of South Africa. With extensive archival footage, family photos and never before seen interviews, this film shares the legacy of one of the greatest peacemakers of our time.
James Brown - Mr. Dynamite
James Brown was recognized by a plethora of titles including Soul Brother Number One, Mr. Dynamite, The Hardest Working Man in Show Business, and the best-known, the Godfather of Soul. This film reveals in-depth the myths and the truths surrounding the man who was respected by so many people.
Cotton Comes To Harlem
A fast-paced dynamo about two Harlem cops (Godfrey Cambridge and Raymond St. Jacques) assigned to thwart a charismatic preacher's attempt to extort money from neighborhood locals.
RIZE chronicles a dance movement that rises out of South Central Los Angeles with roots in clowning and street youth culture.
Shoot the Messenger
Shoot The Messenger follows one man's painful journey towards self-discovery. On the way he finds both his own attitudes and the expectations of his community challenged.
New Flavors explains the impact of Southern Hip Hop and how the whole genre has impacted the cultural, economic, political and social landscape of American society.
1975 Action, Crime, Drama
A blaxploitation film set in a Southern community called Bucktown, where white police deputies bully and extort money from the black population. Finally, one black man instigates a revolt against the Establishment.
The Duke is Tops
A theatrical producer puts aside his own success to boost the career of a talented singer.
Jay Z - Unauthorized
This documentary explores the life of Jay Z, a rap star and business mogul. Beginning with his childhood growing up hard on the streets of NY and eventually pursuing rap to become one of the greatest and most successful rap artists today. This is the life story of Jay Z.
Dreams of Dust
Official Selection - Sundance FF. A Nigerien peasant arrives at a dusty gold mine in Burkina Faso where he hopes to forget the past that haunts him.
An intimate portrait of a young man destined to make history. Includes a never-before-seen lost interview. Becoming Barack: Evolution of a Leader traces the early path of a man destined to make history and to be a catalyst for global change. Features footage from three of the earliest known recorded interviews with Barack Obama and includes excerpts from Obama's audio book reading of Dreams of My Father.
In this urban love story, the fates of a boxer, a nurse, and her young son become entwined after a late night brawl. Winner - Canadian Oscars.
Liberty Kid captures with compassion and street-smart humor the spirit and pain of America transformed by September 11 through the eyes of two Brooklyn youth.