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Narrated by two-time Academy Award® winner Dustin Hoffman, this film demonstrates how Jews shaped baseball, and baseball shaped them—from the legendary Sandy Koufax pioneering rights for players to Hank Greenberg’s support of Jackie Robinson.
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.
Shortlisted for an Oscar® and executive produced by Danny Glover, SOUNDTRACK FOR A REVOLUTION combines powerful archival footage of the civil rights movement, riveting testimony from those who were there, and original musical performances by superstars including John Legend, Wyclef Jean and Joss Stone.
Packed with bonus material, this 2-disc set features the critically acclaimed, smash-hit tribute to one of the most successful and innovative women in American broadcasting history, Gertrude Berg (The Goldbergs).
Do politics matter in Hollywood? Does Hollywood matter in politics? And either way, has “Movie City” really become as left-wing as we all think? The AMC Project presents RATED R: REPUBLICANS IN HOLLYWOOD, a slyly […]
From gamblers to “new age” masseuses, from poets to rabbis, an unlikely community forms in the 200 degree heat of the last traditional steam baths in the U.S. “When we sit in this intense heat,” says one patron, “we’re all the same – millionaire and pauper.””
Narrated by Joan Allen, this acclaimed documentary follows young poet Hannah Senesh’s heroic WWII mission to rescue Jews in Hungary, as well as her mother’s battle to save her daughter.
An Academy Award® winner for Best Documentary Feature and wildly popular upon its initial release, WHO ARE THE DEBOLTS? takes an intimate peek into the world of one extraordinary family that tackles adversity with compassion, joy, and perseverance.
Featuring previously unseen footage, this intimate glimpse of JFK from the Bay of Pigs through his assassination asks the controversial question: Would the U.S. have been involved in the Vietnam War had Kennedy lived?