2005 marked the 30th anniversary of the Fall of Saigon and this film links that historic moment to today’s world in a provocative way. This is the story of how active-duty American GIs, in their thousands, created a massive, unprecedented movement against the war in Vietnam.
This film is a visual and aural exploration of the vast, invisible world of government secrecy. Governments tell us that classifying information as secret protects us and our national security.
The division of the world’s peoples into distinct groups – “red,” “black,” “white” or “yellow” peoples – has become so deeply imbedded in our psyches, so widely accepted, many would promptly dismiss as crazy any suggestion of its falsity.
This is the true story of an African prince sold into slavery in the American South, his remarkable survival and eventual return to his kingdom.
Three years in the making, Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet, travels in the footsteps of the prophet to the Arabian desert and the holy city of Mecca where much of Muhammad’s story unfolded. But the film does not just stay in the past.
Bearing witness to a dramatic unfolding of historic events, the filmmaker spends over four years gathering stories from all sides of the clergy sex abuse crisis. Resisting simplistic or sensational explanations, Holy Water-Gate instead bravely investigates disturbing and unanswered questions of this tragedy, provid- ing razor sharp insight into the causation and consequences of the sex abuse in the Catholic Church.
In a crowded part of a small city, each day after school, Alexandra, Vlad, Chrysa and the rest of their crew gather in front of Christos’ house to play soccer until bedtime.
Banned by the military and hounded by the Nixon administration, this lost classic has not been seen since it was mysteriously pulled from theaters one week after its 1972 release. FTA referred to a military recruiting phrase “fun, travel, adventure”, more commonly used to mean “F*ck the Army”.
Kimberly Reed returns home to a small town in Montana for her high school reunion, hoping for reconciliation with her long-estranged adopted brother.
Examining war, teen pregnancy, foster care, child abuse and molestation, this vibrant film captures a working class family struggling for stability. Richly photographed over a year from one Halloween to the next, October Country hums with textured visual metaphors, offering subtle motifs that illuminate each character.