56 Up

56 Up

In 1964, acclaimed filmmaker Michael Apted began his career as a researcher on a new experimental series for Granada TV called Seven UP, which explored the Jesuit maxim “Give me the child until he is […]

Sam The Man

Sam The Man

From celebrated producer-director Gary Winick (Tadpole, 13 Going on 30) comes the provocative romantic comedy SAM THE MAN, a compellingly believable, wryly funny tale about the complexities of dating and the contradictions of human nature. […]

Duke Ellington...and more stories to celebrate great figures in African American history

Duke Ellington...and more stories to celebrate great figures in African American history

Four lyrical stories that celebrate African American history on one DVD!

Illusion Infinity

Illusion Infinity

Illusion Infinity takes us on a journey of self-discovery to the border that separates a grim reality from a dream world of what could have been. Patricia Paradise (Wallace), a successful Las Vegas singer, is […]

Broken Windows

Broken Windows

SARA is a photographer who is constantly being offered high paying commercial work, but is losing sight of her artistic nature that made her a success in the first place. Her best friend not only […]

Warrior Class

Warrior Class

An aspiring, high-stakes litigator jeopardizes his career, and his life, by falling in love with his chief witness- a recovering addict and the wife of a mafia boss.

Tim

Tim

Mary Horton, a lonely middle-aged American career woman, hires a handsome, mildly retarded young handyman named Tim. At first keeping her distance, Mary is drawn closer to Tim as time passes. When Tim’s mother dies, […]

Dirty Country

Dirty Country

“Meet Larry Pierce: a small-town family man who happens to be the raunchiest country music singer in America. Without the money to pursue a ‘legitimate’ career in music, Larry is content to lead an ordinary […]

The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

Hank Greenberg was the first great Jewish star in baseball; at a time when the game was still racially segregated, Greenberg became a first-class hitter for the Detroit Tigers (a host city not always known […]