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Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff stars as Ivan Martin, an aspiring young singer who leaves his rural village for the city of Kingston, hoping to make a name for himself. Robbed of his money and possessions […]
Dancing Across Borders is the intimate and triumphant storu of Sokvannara “Sy” Sar, who as a young man in Cambodia was dancing with a small troupe in Angkor Wat when Anne Bass, a longtime patron […]
Four lyrical stories that celebrate African American history on one DVD!
Posted in Ages 5+, Celebrate The Arts, Scholastic | Tagged african american, career, civil rights, duke ellington, ella fitzgerald, genre: animation, genre: kids & family, History, john henry, music, slavery, sound
Featuring four best-selling and award winning stories, Lincoln and Douglas is sure to excite curiousity and interest in America’s history.
Posted in Ages 5+, Scholastic | Tagged Abraham Lincoln, america, Celebrate Memorial Day, declaration of independence, dreams, founding fathers, Frederick Douglass, freedom, genre: animation, genre: kids & family, pilgrams, plimoth, voyage
As Tupac’s interviewer announces, “Tupac, this interview is not about your trial, or your court appeals—it is about Tupac, the inner man, then, and now.” Featuring an uncut and never-before-seen interview at the Clinton Correctional […]
Posted in Flatiron Film Company | Tagged 2pac, artist, black community, convict, death row, gang life, genre: documentary, hip-hop, jail, mother, passion, prison, rapper, talent, thug life, tupac, uplifting
In this powerful look at the death penalty, Oscar®-nominee Roger Weisberg and Oscar®-winner Vanessa Roth find their film becomes central to a murder trial when a young woman featured in their recent documentary is killed.
This fascinating portrait of one of soul music’s greatest musicians, Bill Withers (“Ain’t No Sunshine,” “Lean on Me”), showcases his depth, creativity, and wisdom in a way never before seen.