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An outpost of the rare military monkey, beside the Grumeti River in Tanzania, comes under pressure in freak weather conditions. The worst drought since 1930 brings stress to all the animals even ancient crocodiles that might remember the last such dry-down. But the resourceful monkeys have a trick or two up their sleeve, as they face competition with their greatest rivals, baboons. Meanwhile, the crocodiles wait in the river: the wildebeest are coming. But the river is about to dry up
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Africas giant rats the size of a cat can be trained to detect land-mines by smelling them. Giant rats are clever and they learn fast. Their sense of smell is better than a dogs, they have more stamina, and theyre a lot cheaper to train. This documentary follows Miss Marple, who was born in a training lab and who goes through a years training before being sent on her first mission to Mozambique.
The Donovan Concert - Live in L.A.
This incredible performance was recorded in front of a packed house of adoring fans at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California on January 21, 2007. Donovan performed all his legendary hits and cult classics. Cult filmmaker David Lynch introduced the concert held to benefit the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace; a program which funds in-school Transcendental Meditation programs for at-risk youth.
Bending the Light
From director Michael Apted, a revealing look at the art of filmmaking & photography. The documentary explores the relationship between the artisans who create camera lenses and the masters of light who use these lenses to capture their beloved art form.
Toots & The Maytals - Live At Santa Monica Pier
This 60 minute DVD features Toots & the Maytals in a Live Performances from August 7, 1997 at the Santa Monica Pier in California. Get up and stand up during this electric Reggae concert!
Land of the Giants
Join Lin Sutherland as she journeys to Tasmania, Australia's small southern island in search of the world's tallest and largest trees. Unfortunately Lin is not alone in her search for these legendry giants...it's a race against time and against a giant of another kind the massive and relentless wood chipping industry.
Flying with Condors
The condor, king of the Andes, has a wingspan of up to 4 meters, making it the biggest bird in the world that can actually take to the air. It lives in unspoilt mountain regions, far from human habitation, and in the mythology of the region it symbolises the superiority of the spirit and the hope of enlightenment. The condor is a master of flight, soaring majestically in vast circles high above the snow-covered Andes, 5000 metres above sea level. And now an English woman called Judy Leden, female world champion in hang gliding and paragliding, has embarked on a fascinating yet highly dangerous undertaking. She intends to climb into the air alongside the gigantic birds and gather information about their realm; to this day little is known about the life of the condor.
Tim Minchin: So F*****g Rock
Superstar musician and comedian, Tim Minchin brings you So F*****g Rock, Live. Filmed at London’s Bloomsbury Theatre in May 2008. Includes the fan favorites: Inflatable You, Rock 'n Roll Nerd, Peace Anthem for Palestine, Canvas Bags and loads more!
Buffalo Girls tells the story of two 8-year-old-girls, Stam and Pet, both professional Muay Thai prizefighters. Set in small villages throughout rural Thailand, the film chronicles these young girls' emotional and sometimes heartbreaking journey.
The Beatles - Strange Fruit: The Beatles' Apple Records
Strange Fruit: The Beatles' Apple Records is the story of a record label which came to exist under extraordinary circumstances, produced some extraordinary records and was operated under the most extraordinary guidelines.
Eagles - California Nights Interviews
In-depth interviews revealing the many aspects that made the Eagles one of America's most loved bands. Intimately discover the best-selling American group ever. This film is essential for fans and collectors alike!
A Fighting Chance
With a unique vision that perseverance through the extraordinary leads to progress, Samsung enlisted Academy Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville to showcase the inspiring story of Olympic hopefuls from diverse countries who are defying barriers.
Slow Jam King
Brought together by a carjacking, a motley multiracial trio head for an escapist roadtrip to Nashville, where they discover truth, fake perfume, and the dirty underbelly of the country music scene.
Black Eyed Peas: Beginning of the End
The Black Eyed Peas have been one of the best selling and most popular groups for over a decade. Creating albums that are more innovative than the last, they have transformed themselves from the West Coast Underground into global superstars.
Flight of the Aquanaut
A gripping tale of a diver's voyage into danger.
The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill
2003 Documentary, Independent
This acclaimed documentary follows the ups-and-downs of a rambunctious flock of urban parrots in San Francisco as guide Mark Bittner befriends, feeds, and names the members of the flock.
Bill Monroe - Father Of Bluegrass Music
Bill Monroe - Father of Bluegrass Music features performances by Bill Monroe & the Blue Grass Boys, Lester Flatt, Emmylou Harris, Paul McCartney, the Osborne Brothers, Dolly Parton, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, John Hartford and a once-in-a-lifetime Blue Grass Boys reunion featuring Del McCoury, Chubby Wise and Bill Keith.
The Tree in a Test Tube
Laurel and Hardy demonstrate the uses of wood in this World War II propaganda film.
Day of the Cyborg
Scientists are close to a revolution: the seamless integration of man and machine through neurochips implanted directly into the brain. Their aim is to improve our performance and correct malfunctions. Today we already have electronic retinas and hearing implants; and tomorrow? The film presents the leading scientists in this domain and explains the function and potential uses of this technology.