Body of War

Body of War

Paralyzed from the chest down after serving in Iraq for just one week, 25-year-old Tomas Young is forced to deal with the realities of war each and every day. For Tomas, learning to cope with […]

Murder On A Sunday Morning

Murder On A Sunday Morning

Beating out some of the most poignant and powerful films of the last decade, this gripping, edge-of-your-seat whodunit catapulted to the top of “must see” lists everywhere when it emerged to win the Academy Award […]

Building Bombs

Building Bombs

Offering rare archival footage and a deceptively upbeat atmosphere, this Oscar-nominated film delves into the lives of a community gripped by the ultimate weapon of mass destruction — the hydrogen bomb. Pastoral Aiken, South Carolina […]

The Atomic Cafe

The Atomic Cafe

On its 20-year anniversary, and not a moment too soon, THE ATOMIC CAFE is back to provide us with a much-needed release of comic energy. A dark comedy in the truest sense, this timeless classic […]

The Best of "See It Now"

The Best of "See It Now"

Legendary journalist Edward R. Murrow is undoubtedly the first hero in the history of American broadcasting, a distinguished reporter who forever set the industry gold standard through his unparalleled courage, integrity and newsgathering excellence. From […]

Blue Vinyl

Blue Vinyl

A critics’ darling at film festivals across the globe and Winner of the Excellence in Cinematography Award at Sundance, BLUE VINYL is a deeply personal and frighteningly vital exposé that has been applauded as “funny […]

Adam Clayton Powell

Adam Clayton Powell

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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