7 Days in September play
7 Days in September

In the moments after 9/11 people ran for shelter in lower Manhattan. But a handful of New Yorkers turned to face the towers. In their hands, digital video cameras captured sounds and images few could […]

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A Decade Under The Influence
The 70's films that changed everything

A love letter to an amazing era in film, A DECADE UNDER THE INFLUENCE enlists a cast of pioneering writers, directors, and actors to talk about the times, their films and their colleagues. Luminaries such as Francis Ford Coppola, William Friedkin, Julie Christie and Ellen Burstyn reveal intimate, personal, and often untold stories about their experiences, interspersing these interviews with a virtual cinematic scrapbook of the decade.

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A Lion in the House
A Lion in the House

An intense and deeply moving film, A LION IN THE HOUSE enters the lives of five American families who each have a child battling cancer. Having fought the disease with their own daughter—and having been […]

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A Man Named Pearl play
A Man Named Pearl

Balanced gracefully on a ladder, deftly carving with his electric hedge trimmer, Pearl Fryar has the elegance and strength of a dancer. He is, by contrast, a topiary sculptor, an artist whose medium is discarded […]

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A Night In Havana: Dizzy Gillespie in Cuba
A Night In Havana: Dizzy Gillespie in Cuba

The indisputable founding father of “bebop,” Dizzy Gillespie remains one of the most recognizable and popular figures in jazz history. During his heyday in the 1940s, Dizzy was one of the first American jazz musicians […]

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A Small Act play
"The tiniest actions can change entire lives"--The New York Times

A testament to the rippling effect of a single act of kindness, A SMALL ACT follows a rural Kenyan student-turned-Harvard-grad as he tracks down the woman whose sponsorship changed his life.

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A Time For Burning play
The landmark film that captured the awakening of the Civil Rights Movement

Unsparingly honest, A TIME FOR BURNING packs a mighty wallop with its excruciatingly up-close treatment of race issues in a typical white, middle-class church at the pinnacle of the Civil Rights Movement.

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Absolutely Positive
Absolutely Positive

Ten years following its ground-breaking debut at Sundance, the landmark film that first humanized the face of AIDS is now available in this special 10th Anniversary Edition. Simultaneously heart-wrenching and life affirming, ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE is […]

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Adam Clayton Powell play
The rise and fall of one of America's most powerful--and controversial--politicians

This Academy Award® (1990) nominee for Best Documentary charts the rise and fall of the man known as “Mr. Civil Rights,” one of the most powerful—and controversial—politicians in American history.

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