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Still Bill is an intimate portrait of soul legend Bill Withers, who has written some of the most beloved songs of our time and who truly understands the heart and soul of a man.
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Soundtrack for a Revolution
A fresh and exhilarating take on one of the most important social movements in American history, Soundtrack for a Revolution explores the civil rights struggle through the powerful and stirring songs that inspired a generation.
This Oscar-nominated film follows a blind musician and the art of tuva, or throat-singing, a seemingly impossible form of singing using multiple vocal tones simultaneously.
Let's Get Lost
1989 Documentary, Independent, Music
Traveling with the elusive jazz vocalist and trumpeter Chet Baker, the filmmaker Bruce Weber weaves together the life story of a jazz great. The film uses excerpts from Italian B movies, rare performance footage and candid interviews with Baker, musicians, friends, battling ex-wives and his children in what turned out to be the last year of his life. Winner of the 1989 Critics Prize at the Venice Film Festival and nominated for an Academy Award, Let's Get Lost has become an important document in the career of the filmmaker on the life of a jazz legend. Since its release in 1989, Let's Get Lost has introduced a whole new generation of jazz enthusiasts to the timeless talent of the late Chet Baker.
Filmed over twenty years, the film chronicles the epic story of a high Tibetan Buddhist Master and his western-born son, Yeshi. Can the father convince his son to keep the family's threatened spiritual legacy alive?
The Great American West
The story of the Settlement of the United States' western frontier.
A personal profile of Fidel Castro and a view of the developments since the revolution a mere ten years before, Fidel gives a rare glimpse into everyday life of the Cuban people and its leader.
2010 Documentary, Comedy
What starts as a film about plastic bags evolves into a extensive investigation into plastic and its effect on our waterways, oceans and even our bodies.
Money and Medicine
As rising health care costs threaten to bankrupt the country, Money and Medicine tackles the medical, ethical and financial challenges of health care spending.
Brother No. 2
In Brother No. 2 , we hear the stories of those who have lost loved ones to the Khmer Rouge, those who've traveled far to come to terms with the injustice of the last 30 years and from the very architects and high-ranking cadres of the Khmer Rouge who are finally facing trial for their crimes, including the party's number 2 man - Noun Chea.
The Shane MacGowan Story: If I Should
This unflinching, music-driven documentary provides the first real insight into the background and career of this legendary Irish artist who, as lead singer and songwriter for the Pogues, became a worldwide punk icon.
Five-time Emmy Winner Paul Devlin follows his brother Mark Devlin to five continents, from the Arctic to the Antarctic, to launch a revolutionary new telescope on a NASA high-altitude balloon.
They Call It Myanmar: Lifting The Curtain
This film provides a rare look at the second-most isolated country on the planet - Burma.
The Punk Syndrome
Follow Finland's most kick-butt punk rock band and its four mentally handicapped band members through their hectic and heartfelt journey from obscurity to popularity.
Both an enlightening documentary and a stirring call to action, Fresh outlines the vicious cycle of our current food production methods, while also celebrating the farmers, thinkers and business people who are reinventing our food system.
To Live & Ride in L.A.
For fixed-gear cyclists, Los Angeles is a city that has it all. From the neon glow of Hollywood to the sun-drenched boardwalk of Venice Beach, fixed-gear has evolved into a vibrant street culture that is uniquely L.A.
The Academy-Award-winning MARJOE is the ferocious and extraordinary chronicle of a firebrand evangelical preacher who wholeheartedly and humorously exposes himself as a fraud.
The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg
Visionary, radical, spiritual seeker, renowned poet, founding member of a major literary movement, champion of human rights, Buddhist, political activist and teacher - Allen Ginsberg's remarkable life challenged the very soul of America. For 25 years, Jerry Aronson accumulated more than 120 hours of film on Allen Ginsberg, resulting in this comprehensive portrait of one of America's greatest poets, author of Howl and other ground-breaking poems. This compilation reveals the last 60 years of American culture beginning with the Beat era in the post-war forties and fifties, continuing through the revolutionary sixties and concluding with both the uncertainty and possibility of current times.
A Man Named Pearl
2008 Documentary, Independent
Balanced gracefully on a ladder, deftly carving with his electric hedge trimmer, Pearl Fryar has the elegance and strength of a dancer. Instead, he is a topiary sculptor, an artist whose medium is discarded plant life and whose canvas is his magical and fantastical garden.