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The Eyes Of Tammy Faye
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Witness the incredible real-life story of the spectacular rise, fall, and resurrection of the "Queen of the Eyelashes." Many times hilarious and often times tragic, it is an amazing tale of one of the most adored and reviled women of our time.
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How to Die in Oregon
Winner of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Award, How to Die in Oregon explores the state's historic and controversial Death with Dignity Act, which legalizes physician aid-in-dying for terminally ill patients.
In a time when America's economy was crumbling and sense of community was in question, one guy left everything behind to see if he could survive solely on the support and goodwill of the 21st century's new town square: Craigslist.
The U.S. Vs. John Lennon
The story traces John Lennon's life from the period 1966 to 1976, where Lennon transforms into an antiwar activist, one in constant conflict with the U.S. government and its views.
Heidi Fleiss Hollywood Madam
Who's screwing who? Nick Broomfield wonders who's telling the truth, as he uncovers a nest of secrets and lies surrounding notorious Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss and her clientele of Hollywood stars, porn actors, corrupt cops and rich punters.
Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie
Trinity and Beyond is an unsettling yet visually fascinating documentary presenting the history, development and testing of nuclear weapons between 1945 until 1963.
Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show
A documentary that explores the world of U.S. television showrunners and the creative forces aligned around them.
JFK: A President Betrayed
2013 Documentary, Horror
Narrated by Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman, JFK: A President Betrayed uncovers new evidence that reveals how John F. Kennedy, despite intense pressure, boldly reversed U.S. government policy to embark on secret back-channel peace efforts with Americas sworn enemies. The effect is shocking as the doc exposes facts largely unknown to the general public, including those that demonstrate how Kennedy was subverted by his own government.Featuring new, probing interviews with Kennedy and Khrushchev staffers, eyewitnesses and experts, JFK: A President Betrayed is a meticulously well-researched portrait of an embattled president at the height of the Cold War and considers how the world might be different had he lived to serve a second term.
Kidnapped for Christ
A young evangelical filmmaker is granted unprecedented access inside a controversial Christian behavior modification program for troubled teens, where she discovers shocking secrets and young students that change her life.
The Waiting Room
The Waiting Room is a riveting look behind the doors of a public hospital's overtaxed emergency room in Oakland, California.
Boogie Man: The Lee Altwater Story
This documentary from director Stefan Forbes examines the political and personal life of the late Lee Atwater, notorious for his no-holds-barred strategies that powered the campaign of George H.W. Bush. Forbes analyzes Atwater's pivotal role in the rise of the Republican Party in the 1980s, and also documents a decidedly less partisan side of the strategist, including his passion for playing the blues.
Angels and Demons
Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon works to solve a murder and prevent a terrorist act against the Vatican.
Of Two Minds
Take your best day and your darkest moment…and multiply by a million. Of Two Minds is an award-winning feature documentary from the creative team behind Wordplay, I.O.U.S.A, Superheroes and These Amazing Shadows that explores the extraordinary lives, struggles and successes of a few of the over five million Americans living with bipolar disorder. Personal stories of harrowing events, medical mazes, discrimination and the effects of social stigma blend together to create a compelling look at a generation coming out of the "bipolar closet." Of Two Minds puts an authentic human face on bipolar disorder, providing an intimate, sometimes painful, sometimes painfully funny look at those who live in its shadows: our parents and children, our friends and lovers...and ourselves.
Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man
Sure to please both die-hard Cohen fans and the newly initiated, this film is full of captivating music and offers an intimate portrait of a truly singular artist, poet, songwriter, and cultural icon.
American: The Bill Hicks Story
Since his tragic death from cancer at age 32, comedian Bill Hicks's legend and stature have only grown, and this unique documentary tells his story, blending live footage, interviews and animation to fill in the details of a life cut short. A comic's comic and unflagging critic of hypocrisy and cultural emptiness, Hicks was one of a kind, a Lenny Bruce for the late 20th century, and few are more deserving of this in-depth biographic treatment.
What The Bleep Do We Know?
2004 Fantasy, Sci-fi, Drama
Amanda, a divorced photographer, has a fantastic experience when life begins to unravel around her, revealing the cellular, molecular and quantum worlds that lie beneath everything.
The Rape of Europa
2006 Documentary, History
In a journey through 7 countries, this film takes the audience into the violent whirlwind of fanaticism, greed, and warfare that threatened to wipe out the artistic heritage of Europe. For 12 years, the Nazis looted and destroyed art on a scale unprecedented in history. Luckily, the heroic young art historians and curators from America and across Europe fought back with an extraordinary campaign to rescue and return the millions of lost, hidden and stolen treasures.
My Best Fiend
Herzog traces the often violent ups and downs of his relationship with actor Klaus Kinski, revisiting the various locations of their films and talking to the people they worked with.
One of the most powerfully intimate films ever made about the final stages of life, The End began as a bold experiment. In November 2001, director Kirby Dick invited terminal patients and their families in a hospice program to take home cameras and record their last experiences on earth. Surprisingly, many patients and families embraced the concept. The resulting film is a profound and moving chronicle of five hospice patients whose stories are in turns honest, humorous, and heartbreaking. Examining such profound issues as the meaning of suffering, the desire for love and forgiveness, and the horror of death, the film is an intensely personal meditation on the experience of death, both for the dying and for those who must go on living.