Fahrenheit 11/9

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageFilmmaker Michael Moore examines the current state of American politics, particularly the Donald Trump presidency and gun violence, while highlighting the power of grassroots democratic movements. -- From IMDb.

Germans & Jews :

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageToday, Europe's fastest growing Jewish population is in Berlin. Germany is considered one of the most democratic societies in the world, assuming the position of moral leader of Europe as they embrace hundreds of thousands of refugees. This development couldn't have been imagined in 1945. Through personal stories Germans & Jews explores Germany's transformation as a society, from silence about the Holocaust to facing it head on. Unexpectedly, a nuanced story of reconciliation emerges. What began as a private conversation between the two filmmakers and friends, Tal Recanati (Jewish) and Janina Quint (non-Jewish German), grew into a cultural exchange among many and we realize that the two people are inextricably linked through the memory of the Holocaust. Germans and Jews is at once uncomfortable and provocative, unexpected and enlightening.

The king

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageForty years after the death of Elvis Presley, a musical road trip across America in his 1963 Rolls Royce explores how a country boy lost his authenticity and became a king while his country lost her democracy and became an empire.

Mr. Capra goes to war: :

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageDepicting the ravages of combat, the lives of soldiers engaged in battle, as well as those left behind on the home front, five of the films that Capra was involved in bringing to the screen are represented in this special edition presented in cooperation with the National Archives.

Itzhak

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageItzhak Perlman's violin playing transcends mere performance to evoke the celebrations and struggles of real life. Alison Chernick's film looks beyond the sublime musician, to see the polio survivor whose parents emigrated from Poland to Israel, the young man who struggled to be taken seriously as a music student when schools saw only his disability. As charming and entrancing as the famous violinist himself, it is a portrait of musical virtuosity enclosed in warmth, humor, and above all, love.

Love, Cecil

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageLisa Immordino Vreeland directs this documentary about Academy Award-winning costume designer Cecil Beaton. A respected photographer, artist and set designer, Beaton was best known for designing on award winning films such as "Gigi" (1958) and "My Fair Lady" (1964). The film features archive footage and interviews with a number of models, artists and filmmakers who worked closely with Beaton during his illustrious career.

Love, Gilda

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageNever-before-seen footage and journal entries form the narrative spine of the documentary, allowing Gilda Radner to tell her own story; through the laughter and sometimes the tears. Incredibly, she was able to find humor in even the darkest of times. Her spirit lives on in comedy as a female trailblazer who continues to inspire many present day comedic performers.

Quest

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageIt is the moving portrait of the Rainey family living in North Philadelphia. Beginning at the dawn of the Obama presidency, Christopher "Quest" Rainey, and his wife, Christine'a "Ma Quest" raise a family while nurturing a community of hip-hop artists in their home music studio. It's a safe space where all are welcome, but this creative sanctuary can't always shield them from the strife that grips their neighborhood.

Obama years: the power of words

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageBarack Obama launched into national consciousness at the 2004 Democratic National Convention and ever since, he's delivered messages of patriotism, unity, and hope through the power of words. Interviews with eminent historians and key figures in his writing process give rare insights into these iconic speeches, as well as the Obama presidency and the man himself.

Natural born rebels

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageThieving macaques using psychology to pull off scams. Delinquent cockatoos vandalizing urban residences. Swaggering peacocks lying about their sexual exploits. These are nature's greatest rebels, succeeding by breaking all the rules. Despite how it appears on the surface, researchers are discovering the complex and fascinating science behind why these animals behave the way they do.

Learning to see the world of insects

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageTravel to Colombia with photographer Robert Oelman, who leaves his psychology career behind to pursue his greatest passion - photography. Journey through the vanishing rainforests of the Amazon Basin as Oelman takes striking images of insect species never before recorded, and experience a magnificent world of beauty gone unseen by most. The images Oelman captures are astounding - colors and configurations of insects that are the stuff of dreams.

Breaking big

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageWhy have some of the world's most influential people been able to make it big? Explore how some of today's artists, innovators, athletes and political leaders made their careers. Featuring Trevor Noah, Eddie Huang, Danai Gurira, Jason Aldean, Ruth Zukerman, Christian Siriano, Roxane Gay, Michael Strahan, Senator Kristen Gillibrand, Lee Daniels, Gretchen Carlson, and Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz.

78/52 :

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageExamines the famous shower scene from the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho, and its impact on the film industry in the years that followed.

78/52 :

  • 20 January 2019
cover imageThe screeching strings, the plunging knife, the slow zoom out from a lifeless eyeball: in 1960, Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho changed film history forever with its taboo-shattering shower scene. With 78 camera set-ups and 52 edits over the course of three minutes, Psycho redefined screen violence, set the stage for decades of slasher films to come, and introduced a new element of danger to the movie going experience.

Both sides now :

  • 20 January 2019
cover image"Directed by Academy Award winning filmmaker Murray Lerner, Both Sides Now: Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival 1970 captures Joni Mitchell playing live in front of one of the biggest audiences of her career. With just her guitar, her piano and her voice she first fights against and then wins over the enormous crowd to deliver a truly outstanding performance. Both Sides Now features previously unseen interviews with Joni Mitchell talking about the festival and her experience of it intercut with extensive footage from the concert, both onstage and behind the scenes, giving fascinating insights into the event and Joni Mitchell as an artist. Alternatively, you can play the uninterrupted live concert performance featuring classic songs such as Woodstock, Both Sides Now and Big Yellow Taxi"--Container.

McQueen

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageA personal look at the extraordinary life, career, and artistry of Alexander McQueen. Through exclusive interviews with his closest friends and family, recovered archives, exquisite visuals and music, it is an authentic celebration and thrilling portrait of an inspired yet tortured fashion visionary.

Ted Williams :

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageA complex and entertaining portrait of Ted Williams who was as obsessive as he was talented, the documentary reveals his complicated relationships with family and friends and explores the impact he has had on the current generation of MLB stars. Features Bob Costas, Wade Boggs, Roger Angell and Joey Votto. Narrated by Jon Hamm.

The Facebook dilemma

  • 19 January 2019
cover image"The promise of Facebook was to create a more open and connected world. But from the company's failure to protect millions of users' data, to the proliferation of "fake news" and disinformation in the U.S. and across the world, mounting crises have raised the question: How has Facebook's historic success as a social network brought about real-world harm? Drawing on dozens of original interviews and rare footage, this major, two-night television event investigates a series of warnings to Facebook as the company grew from Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard dorm room to a global empire. From how Russia weaponized Facebook to spread "fake news" in the Ukraine years before the term was popularized, to data breaches that would expose the accounts of millions of users, to Facebook's role in disseminating misinformation in the runup to the 2016 presidential election, The Facebook Dilemma reveals how a platform initially aimed at uniting us has often instead divided us -- and how Facebook has responded to challenges ranging from hate speech to election interference"--Container.

Stand up for families.

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageChristian comedian, Chonda Pierce, known as the 'Queen of Clean,' hosts a hilarious stand up comedy special aimed at families and has invited some of her favorite comedians, including Michael Jr., Kay Dodd, P.J. Walsh, Joby Saad, Michael Joiner and Rik Roberts.

A chef's life.

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageAfter five seasons, Vivian hosts The Final Harvest, a farewell feast of epic proportions. The show's most beloved personalities share intimate moments, along with a series-worth of memorable flashbacks. A fitting sign-off to the series, friends new and old take a seat at the final harvest table, bringing to a close this extended love letter to eastern North Carolina.

A chef's life holiday special

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageWith her signature flair, Chef Vivian Howard invites us to her own holiday table in this one-hour special, featuring the best of her own Southern cooking heritage with Ben's Chanukah celebration added to the mix. It invites viewers to join in on a charming and delicious journey through one of our most beloved seasons.

A chef's life.

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageVivian hits the road in a food truck to support her first cookbook, a 500-page 'culinary love letter'. While on the road, she discovers Jefferson's small batch whiskey in the heart of Bourbon County, fishes for trout at a farm in the North Carolina mountains, and prepares peppers at a clandestine gathering for chefs in the Virginia hills.

A chef's life.

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageSeason two hits the road with a new roster of Southern ingredients. Vivian and Ben open a second restaurant, plant heirloom apple trees, go pier fishing, hunt ramps and pick up pecans. We'll tag along as Vivian prepares something special for 400 food writers and chefs down in the Delta, fixes holiday meals to meet her family's high standards, and returns to New York City to cook the meal of her career at the James Beard House.

Volatile Earth

  • 19 January 2019
cover image"The Virunga Mountains in East Africa are home to two of the world's most dangerous, spectacular, and least understood volcanoes. In this two-part NOVA special, an intrepid team of volcano experts leads a daring expedition to reach their high-altitude craters, one of them filled with a fiery lava lake that bubbles and churns at over 1,000° F. The team deploys innovative imaging and sampling tools to seek clues to the hidden volcanic forces that are splitting East Africa apart, and to predict the next devastating eruption that could threaten millions who live in the shadow of these monsters"--Container.

Addiction

  • 19 January 2019
cover image"America is in the midst of the deadliest drug epidemic in US history. In 2017 alone, around 70,000 Americans died from drug overdoses, driven by a dramatic rise in the abuse of opioids like OxyContin, heroin, and fentanyl. It's a slow-motion disaster that is destroying whole communities, with no end in sight. As our nation looks for answers, take an unflinching look at the epidemic through the eyes of those living through it. Along the way, join doctors, psychologists, and neuroscientists as they investigate how drugs of abuse alter the brain, and why it is so hard to control. They are narrowing in on how we should address our drug problem, from the development of evidence-based treatments and new medications, to the rethinking of public policies. With vivid case studies and insights into the latest scientific breakthroughs, unravel the complex and tragic puzzle of how addiction works, and how it can be beaten"--Container.

Super cats

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageNot only are cat the world's top predators, but they are emotional and intelligent as well as social and devoted parents. Featuring 31 species of cats spread over 14 countries, this miniseries introduces behaviors captured on film for the first time, using the latest camera technology and scientific research.

Symbiotic earth :

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageLynn Margulis challenged the male-dominated scientific community and proposed a new approach to understanding life.

Sinking cities:

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageAs the earth warms, sea levels rise, and super-storms become more frequent and intense; many major coastal cities will soon be under water. Sinking Cities shows New York, London, Tokyo and Miami preparing for the real-time impact of rising seas and devising colossal new construction projects, and groundbreaking solutions aimed at securing their future.

Secrets of Britain's great cathedrals

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageDominating the landscape for centuries, ancient cathedrals and abbeys reflect Britain's turbulent history through their architectural grandeur. The film explores cathedrals and abbeys found throughout England and Wales, featuring interviews with historians and experts and breathtaking footage filming their legendary facades and soaring interior spaces.

Poetry in America.

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageScholar and host Elisa New travels the country, joining up with distinguished poets, celebrities, and everyday Americans to create a fully immersive experience in hearing, reading, and interpreting twelve American poems.

Outback :

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageIn a landscape so ancient that, in parts, it predates life on the planet, are animals superbly adapted to the harsh and beautiful extremes of Outback Australia. Over the course of a year, journey with the people and animals of Australia's Kimberley region in northwest Australia: a vast, rugged and remote wilderness, bursting with character.

Eugene O'Neill

  • 19 January 2019
cover imageEugene O'Neill was one of the greatest playwrights in American history. Through his experimental and emotionally probing dramas, he addressed the difficulties of human society with a deep psychological complexity. The program traces his life from his early days in New York to his last years in Boston when he suffered from tremors which kept him from his writing.

A merry little Christmas

  • 18 January 2019
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The circus

  • 18 January 2019
cover imageA four-hour mini-series that tells the story of one of the most popular and influential forms of entertainment in American history. Drawing upon a vast and rich visual archive, the film follows the rise and fall of the gigantic, traveling tented railroad circus, recounting the era when Circus Day could shut down a town, and circus stars were among the most famous people in the country.

Secrets of the dead.

  • 18 January 2019
cover imageHannibal, one of history's most famous generals, achieved what the Romans thought to be impossible. With a vast army of 30,000 troops, 15,000 horses, and 37 war elephants, he crossed the mighty Alps in only 16 days to launch an attack on Rome from the north. In Hannibal in the Alps, a team of experts conclusively proves for the first time that Hannibal's army did indeed cross the Alps.

One October

  • 17 January 2019
cover imageA lyrical time capsule that offers a window into the shifting heart of New York City. Filmed entirely in October of 2008, a time when gentrification is rapidly displacing the working and middle classes, Wall Street is plummeting, and Senator Obama is making his first presidential bid, the story begins with Clay Pigeon, an intrepid radio host who takes to the streets of New York City to talk to everyday citizens who are facing the uncertainty of change.

The Chinese Exclusion Act

  • 17 January 2019
cover imageExamine the origin, history and impact of the 1882 law that made it illegal for Chinese workers to come to America and for Chinese nationals already here ever to become U.S. citizens. The first in a long line of acts targeting the Chinese for exclusion, it remained in force for more than 60 years.

Blackout in Puerto Rico

  • 17 January 2019
cover imageAn investigation into FEMA's failure to provide adequate relief in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria in 2017. Looks at the role Wall Street and a debt crisis fueled by the U.S. government have played in Puerto Rico's ongoing humanitarian and economic crisis.

Rwanda :

  • 17 January 2019
cover imageRwandan president Paul Kagame leads a tour of his country. Included: gorilla trekking through Volcanoes National Park; jet skiing in Lake Kivu; exploring Nyungwe Forest National Park; and observing wildlife at Akagera National Park.

Tea with the dames

  • 17 January 2019
cover imageDame Maggie Smith, Dame Judi Dench, Dame Eileen Atkins, and Dame Joan Plowright are among the most celebrated actresses of the time, with scores of iconic performances, decades of wisdom, and innumerable awards between them. They are also longtime friends who invite viewers to join them for a weekend in the country as they catch up with one another, reminisce, and share their candid, delightfully irreverent thoughts on everything from art to aging to love to a life lived in the spotlight.

Sicily :

  • 16 January 2019
cover imageThe exploration of Sicily takes the viewer to a place of spectacular beauty, epic human struggle, depth and diversity of culture, philosophic insights, and historic sites.

What lies upstream

  • 16 January 2019
cover imageInvestigating a massive chemical spill in West Virginia that left 300,000 people without drinking water for months, filmmaker Cullen Hoback uncovers government and corporate collusion with frightening nationwide public health implications.

A star-spangled story :

  • 16 January 2019
cover imageThe Star-Spangled Banner is known by all, treasured for its powerful melody and stirring lyrics. And yet, only about 40% of U.S. citizens know all the words.

Tai chi Fusion.

  • 16 January 2019
cover imageMaster teacher David Dorian-Ross has studied both tai chi and hatha yoga for over forty years. Tai Chi Fusion: Fire is the blending of is the integration of tai chi and kung fu, a fusion of the internal and external. This is one of the more intense workouts in this series, so be prepared to sweat. If you are looking for a cardio workout appropriate for your weight-loss program, Fire is perfect for anyone with no prior experience. Follow along and you'll find yourself in the flow, refreshed and energized.

Tai chi Fusion.

  • 15 January 2019
cover imageMaster teacher David Dorian-Ross has studied both tai chi and hatha yoga for over forty years. Tai Chi Fusion: Bamboo is the blending of these two ancient mind-body practices, which perfectly complement each other. Growth in tia chi can't be forced; you have to learn to let go. In this workout, you will experience the principle of surrender.

Alone on the island of the blue dolphins.

  • 15 January 2019
cover imageThe true story of the woman who inspired the best selling book. This is a documentary that goes out to the island, visits the Lone Woman's campsite and cave, includes an interview with now deceased author Scott O'Dell, and visually captures the adventure that she experienced all those years ago.

Mars :

  • 15 January 2019
cover imageOn May 25, 2008, after a voyage of 423 million miles, the Phoenix Lander touched down on Mars. Its quest is to search for evidence of extraterrestrial life in the frozen ice of the Martian Arctic. Finding life would be an enormous ramification for all mankind. Now, join the Phoenix team as they navigate the risky descent through the Martian atmosphere and celebrate with them the dramatic, emotional landing. Features never-before-seen footage and breathtaking imagery of the Martian landscape.

Great migrations

  • 15 January 2019
cover image"Takes viewers around the world on the arduous journeys millions of animals undertake to ensure the survival of their species. Shot from land and air, in trees and cliff-blinds, on ice floes and underwater, this collection tells the formidable, powerful stories of many of the planet's species and their movements, while revealing new scientific insights with breathtaking high-definition clarity."--Container.

Primal twang

  • 14 January 2019
"Primal twang is an exciting theatrical journey through the guitar's colorful and surprisingly controversial 3500-year history. The story of the world's most popular instrument is brought to life through extraordinary stories, rare historical footage and electrifying live performances by legendary world musician Dan Crary, and an all-star ensemble. The film begins with the guitar's ancient ancestors and covers the wildly eclectic forms of music played throughout the centuries. The "instrument of the gods" has become our great connector, our musical mother tongue." --From container.

God knows where I am

  • 14 January 2019
cover image"Linda Bishop was a loving mother, a well-educated and happy woman. Then her body was found in an abandoned New Hampshire farmhouse, marked by cold and starvation. What was once Linda Bishop had quickly become a mystery, accompanied by her diary that documents a journey of starvation and the loss of sanity. For nearly four months, Bishop, a prisoner of her own mind, survived on apples and rainwater during one of the coldest winters on record. As her story unfolds from different perspectives, including her own, we learn the heartbreaking reality about a systemic failure to protect those who cannot protect themselves."--IMDb.

Neil Gaiman :

  • 14 January 2019
cover imageThe film offers unprecedented access to Neil, chronicling his journey from myth-loving child to one of the most popular writers in the world. Viewers can go along for the ride as Neil Gaiman embarks on his final signing tour, one last chance to talk to the fans who love his work and show his appreciation for their years of support.

Love & bananas :

  • 14 January 2019
cover imageElephant rescues in Thailand are rare, unpredictable and often life threatening. After waiting 2.5 years, actor/director Ashley Bell and a team of elephant rescuers led by world renowned Asian elephant conservationist and TIME Magazine's Hero of Asia, Lek Chailert, embark on a daring mission 480 miles across Thailand to rescue Noi Na, a 70-year old partially blind trekking elephant and bring her to freedom.

Pioneers :

  • 14 January 2019
cover imageIn the early decades of cinema, some of the most innovative and celebrated filmmakers in America were women. Alice Guy-Blaché helped establish the basics of cinematic language, while others boldly continued its development : slapstick queen Mabel Normand (who taught Charlie Chaplin the craft of directing), action star Grace Cunard, and LGBTQ icon Alla Nazimova. Unafraid of controversy, filmmakers such as Lois Weber and Dorothy Davenport Reid tackled explosive issues such as birth control, abortion, and prostitution. This crucial chapter of film history comes alive through the presentation of a wide assortment of films, carefully curated, meticulously restored in 2K and 4K from archival sources, and presented with new musical scores.

Life in the doghouse

  • 14 January 2019
cover imageLife in the Doghouse, directed by Ron Davis the award-winning filmmaker of the NY Times Critic's pick and 2016 box-office hit, Harry and Snowman, tells the inspiring life stories of these two men and the selfless work they continue to do. With a no-kennel policy, there can be as many as 75 dogs living with them in their home at any given time; the dogs also join them on the horse show circuit on their journey of finding their-forever home. Danny & Ron were honored with the 2008 ASPCA Humanitarian Award for their unwavering personal sacrifice and unique approach to dog rescue & adoption during hurricane Katrina.

12 days

  • 14 January 2019
cover image12 days (87 min.) Every year in France, 92,000 people are placed under psychiatric care without their consent. 12 DAYS focuses on those who have been involuntarily remanded to a mental hospital, and more specifically documents the hearings that, according to a 2013 law, are required to take place 12 days after each patient has been committed.

Blue planet ;

  • 14 January 2019
cover imageBlue planet: View Earth from space. Orbiting 200 miles above Earth's surface, see familiar landforms: the majestic Himalayas, giant Namib desert sand dunes, jewel-like Caribbean islands. From this unique vantage point see how natural forces - volcanoes, earthquakes and hurricanes - affect our planet, and how a powerful new force - mankind, has begun to alter the face of Earth.

3 days of terror

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageA searing account of the horrific events that began on January 7, 2015, when two brothers, members of Islamic terrorist group Al-Qaeda's branch in Yemen, stormed into the Paris offices of the satiric weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Killing eleven people and injuring eleven others before also killing a French police officer outside, this documentary recalls the horror of the attacks, as well as the courage and resilience of police and Parisian citizens in the face of terrorism.

Jeff Lynne's ELO :

  • 13 January 2019
cover image"The Electric Light Orchestra, led by one of rock's most iconic songwriters and producers Jeff Lynne, are one of the most successful British bands of the seventies and eighties with global sales of over 50 million albums. In September 2014, Jeff Lynne's ELO headlined BBC Radio 2's "Festival In A Day" in London's famous Hyde Park. It was the first time in almost 30 years that the band had performed on a festival stage and they delivered a stunning show. The 50,000 tickets for the event had sold out in a matter of minutes and the fans sang along to hit after hit performed by Jeff Lynne and the band accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra."--Container.

Rolling stone :

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageA chronicle of the last 50 years of American music, politics and popular culture. This special documentary offers the unique perspective of a celebrated magazine that always understood that rock 'n' roll was more than just music; it was a cultural force that helped shape America and defined generations.

Pope Francis

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageA rare co-production with the Vatican. Pope Francis' ideas and his message are central to this documentary, which sets out to present his work of reform and his answers to today's global questions about death, social justice, immigration, ecology, wealth inequality, materialism, and the role of the family.

Mount Rainier & Mount St. Helens.

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageMount Rainier and it's neighboring sister, Mount St. Helens are two of North America's most photographed & explosive volcanoes in the Cascade Volcanic Arc, extending from Southwestern Canada to Northern California. One is an eruption in waiting, while the other is known as the most active volcano in the contiguous United States.

Trace Adkins

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageTrace Adkins's trademark baritone has powered countless hits to the top of the charts and sold over ten million albums, cumulatively. Join Trace Adkins as he turns The Paramount in Huntington, NY into a downright honky tonk with a career spanning selection of his high-octane hits including, You're Gonna Miss This; Ladies Love Country Boys; Songs About Me; Every Light In The House; Chrome; and Honky Tonk Badonkadonk.

Rabbit in the moon

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageA documentary about the lasting effects of the World War II internment on the Japanese American community. The film examines issues that ultimately created deep rifts within the Japanese American community. Looks at the racist loyalty oath, and the practice of drafting for the US military within the camps. Relies on testimony of camp survivors and families to show individual traumas, these are then placed into an overall perspective.

Rossini's Count Ory :

  • 13 January 2019
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Native America

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageAncient wisdom and modern science are combined to shed light on who were America's first people.

Revolution :

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageEnlightening documentary about the Russian avant-garde and the role art played in the Russian Revolution. Explores the works and careers of important Russian artists, including Chagall, Kandinsky, Rodchenko, Malevich, and many others. Includes historical reenactments.

Paying the price for peace :

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageVietnam veteran S. Brian Willson pays the price for peace by calling attention to the US government's defiance of international law through endless illegal wars.

The US festival :

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageAuthorized story of the 1982 Us Festival. Features remastered live performances by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, The Police, Fleetwood Mac, Carlos Santana, The B-52s, The Cars, and others.

The US festival :

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageAuthorized story of the 1982 Us Festival. Features remastered live performances by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, The Police, Fleetwood Mac, Carlos Santana, The B-52s, The Cars, and others.

Navajo code talkers of World War II.

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageThe documentary provides viewers with highly personal insights from a group of Native American war heroes regarding their service on behalf of the United States and the Navajo Nation. The secret code these marines developed, based on the unwritten Navaho language, was never broken, giving American troops an upper hand in many battles that ultimately led to Japan's surrender in 1945.

One October :

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageOn October 1st, 2017, over 22,000 people gathered in Las Vegas for the annual Route 91 Harvest music festival, which featured some of country music's biggest stars. As closing act Jason Aldean performed his set, a gunman opened fire on the throng of concert goers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay casino and unleashed over 1,100 rounds of ammunition in just 10 minutes. Fifty-eight people were murdered, and over five hundred others were shot, making it the worst mass-shooting in U.S. history. Using interviews, eyewitness testimony, and haunting cell-phone footage, acclaimed director Charlie Minn recreates the scene from that harrowing night and pieces together the variables surrounding the incident. Focusing on the survivors and their stories, Minn creates a narrative of the shooting and its aftermath that provides some solace and reveals a community that chose to be #VegasStrong in the face of terror. Survivor, journalist, and attorney interviews come together to paint a picture of a community who chose strength in the face of terror-who will forever be #VegasStrong.

Maxell DVD lens cleaner.

  • 13 January 2019
cover imageKeep your movies and videos clear with this specially designed lens cleaner that works with DVD players. This lens cleaner will remove dust, dirt, and other small particles. During the cleaning process 4 languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese) are displayed to explain the cleaning process, equipment performance tests, and various other DVD related features.

Stretching for seniors

  • 12 January 2019
cover imageA workout designed for anyone over 50.

Amazon

  • 12 January 2019
cover imageExplore the mysterious Amazon and celebrate the beauty, vitality and wonder of this magical rain forest. This is a collaboration between an American scientist and a tribal shaman.

The Civilian Conservation Corps

  • 12 January 2019
cover imageStarted in 1933 by President Franklin Roosevelt as part of the New Deal, the CCC was used as a way to not only help unemployed Americans, but to help conserve some of the country's forests and parks. Over the next ten years it would employ over 3 million men who planted trees, fought fires, and helped their families financially. Features interviews and archived footage.
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