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Few men in history have fought so hard and endured so much in the course of a lifetime as Nelson Mandela. His story is one of struggle and oppression, dignity and hope over despair, self-discipline and respect over persecution and hate.
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2010 Drama, Independent
Raymond and Tagbo, “Rag” and “Tag”, were inseparable childhood friends until Social Services tore them apart, removing Rag from his neglectful mother in London. At twenty-three, Rag returns a school dropout and jobless, while Tag has just graduated from law-school and is now applying to top-ranking London firms. But after all these years, they realize they are still connected on some deeper level and are oblivious to what anyone else thinks of their friendship. Tag’s Bible-preaching father has more disdain for the boys’ renewed friendship than he does for his son’s white socialist girlfriend. Rag and Tag’s love for each other remains bottled up until a wealthy friend, with some shady business deal, invites them to Nigeria where they have plenty of time alone for their love to blossom. Finally ready to make a commitment to each other on their return to London, they realize that the obstacles they face may tear them apart forever.
Whitney Houston: An Icon Remembered
Relive the turbulent life of pop icon Whitney Houston. From Grammy Golden Girl to troubled wife of Bobby Brown to the coroner’s findings, we reflect on the incredible impact she had on the world of music.
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.
The Little Princess
Shirley Temple gives a delightful performance in this family classic. A little girl is left by her father in an exclusive seminary for girls, due to his need to fight in the war in Africa.
1994 Crime, Drama
Two inner-city youths find love on the hard streets of Houston. Each has personal problems to work through, and is wary of emotional attachments. Jason is haunted by the memory of his father's death and feels responsible for his brother's violent behavior. Lyric is strong and passionate, but doesn't want to to give her love to another just to see it snuffed out by the violence around her. Together they learn to let go of fear and guilt and dream of a better life.
2001 Crime, Drama
In Saint Louis, a serial killer strikes and vanishes leaving little evidence in his wake. Blending into the community, he confounds authorities for more than three decades. To catch him, police must find his weakness and reveal the true face of a murderer.
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.
2012 Thriller, Crime, Mystery
The beautiful and affluent Hayden Emery (Tatum O'Neal), is framed for the murder of her husband (Tom Berenger) and faces a mountain of evidence stacked against her. Undeterred, she begins to put the pieces of the true story together.
The Other Dream Team
The incredible story of the 1992 Lithuanian basketball team, whose athletes struggled under Soviet rule before becoming symbols of Lithuania's independence movement
When Innocence is Lost
Inspired by a true story, this Lifetime movie stars Keri Russell (The Americans) as a 17-year old woman who becomes pregnant and decides to keep her child. Though the father wants nothing to do with her or her baby, his parents do, and soon a vicious custody battle begins.
Michael Moore Hates America
In 'Roger & Me', Michael Moore tried in vain to get an interview with millionaire GM CEO Roger Smith. In Michael Moore Hates America, documentarian Michael Wilson searches for the American Dream and sets off on a nationwide quest to interview another millionaire: the "documentary" filmmaker, Michael Moore. Will Wilson land his interview? Will he expose Moore's hypocrisy? No matter whose side of the fence you're on, you'll agree that there's nothing quite so humbling - or hilarious - as a taste of one's own medicine.