• Portrait Of An Urban American Gangster! The Baby Sam Story!

    48 minutes
    Biography, Crime, Documentary, Drama, Suspense, Action

    Baby sam is the dude mario van pebbles did a two hour drama on t.v.after his trial was over in 1990 called badge of honor he didn't stop there he went on to help create the movie new jack city aswell i could go on for days telling you stories about baby sam!

  • E-Model - Episode 1- Kira & Mackenzie

    38 minutes
    Documentary, Drama, Inspirational, Special Interest, TV
    • Currently 5.0/5 stars.
    7 votes

    E-Model is an expose' / documentary show that examines underground internet modeling. In this episode, we get to know Kira and Mackenzie and tag along with them and learn how they make their income on their unique photo shoots. *Caution - the show does contain some nudity.


    86 minutes
    Documentary, Drama, Foreign, Inspirational, Sports, Suspense
    • Currently 5.0/5 stars.
    1 vote

  • Siirt'in Sırrı

    90 minutes
    Documentary, Inspirational, Sports
    • Currently 4.91667/5 stars.
    12 votes

  • The Restorers - 10th Anniversary Edition

    54 minutes
    • Currently 5.0/5 stars.
    1 vote

    Many antique aircraft perform at today’s airshows and races worldwide. How did those aircraft get there? How did they survive all these years? Warbird and vintage aircraft restorers resurrect planes from the graves of history. Their works often haven't flown in over 75 years and are in the worst of conditions. Aircraft restorers come from a wide spectrum - from the everyday guy who is rebuilding a biplane in his garage, to a corporation that specializes in warbird reconstruction...

  • The Road to Fallujah

    82 minutes
    Biography, Documentary, Inspirational, Special Interest
    • Currently 4.5/5 stars.
    6 votes

    The Road to Fallujah is a personal quest for understanding: A journey through the largest battle of the “war on terror” that transcends suffering and breaks through the myths and misconceptions that perpetuate cycles of hatred and violence. From the unheard voices of the Iraq war, we learn that through the realization of our shared humanity there is hope to build a more just and peaceful world.

  • Red Tail Reborn

    50 minutes
    • Currently 5.0/5 stars.
    1 vote

    Amidst the racial naysayers during WWII, the first African-American fighter pilots were commissioned in 1941 to help defend the distressed bombers in the European theater. Under the watch of these pilots, few to no bombers were lost to enemy fighters. These forgotten pilots are known as the Tuskegee Airmen. The ambition to make these heroes a household name is the primary objective of The Red Tail Project, a group of men and women who honored the Airmen by touring airshows with a restore...

  • Come On You Chickens

    40 minutes
    Comedy, Documentary

    This football comedy mock-doc follows caretaker manager Dougie Christmas as he attempts to guide his beloved Newhaven Port FC into the next round of this season's FA Cup. "If you loved The Office and love football - you'll love Come On You Chickens!"

  • A Pestering Journey

    66 minutes

    A powerful and moving voyage through two pesticide tragedies in post Independent India.

  • BRATS: Our Journey Home

    91 minutes
    • Currently 4.77273/5 stars.
    22 votes

    In the award-winning documentary, "BRATS: OUR JOURNEY HOME," U.S. military BRATS of all ages share intimate memories about their unique childhoods - growing up on military bases around the world, then struggling to fit into an American lifestyle with which they have little in common. Narrated and featuring songs by Kris Kristofferson. Written and directed by Army brat Donna Musil. Interviews include the late General Norman Schwarzkopf.

  • Our Story

    40 minutes
    Documentary, Inspirational, Instructional, Special Interest
    • Currently 4.70541/5 stars.
    370 votes

    Imagine a movie that carries a global message as urgent as Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth and a spiritual message as powerful as The Secret. See why people like Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson and Rev. Michael Beckwith call Barbara Marx Hubbard's Humanity Ascending a must-see movie!

  • Ayn Rand and the Prophecy of Atlas Shrugged

    84 minutes
    • Currently 4.5625/5 stars.
    16 votes

    What did Ayn Rand know? And how did she know it? For half a century, Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged was the book people read but never talked about. Still, it was perhaps the most influential novel of the twentieth century. Now get a sneak preview of the Atlas Shrugged documentary everybody’s talking about. See the real story behind the legendary, groundbreaking, and prophetic book that every critic hated but no reader could put down...


    2 minutes

    During 37 years, at first on foot, then by bike and by motorcycle, HE FU QUAN crosses the small roads of Szechuan, bringing wherever he goes " the culture and the cinema " as he says. Offered by the Chinese government, movies are sent by satellite from Beijing to Chengdu where they are copied in a hard disk. HE FU QUAN fetches it and takes it. Arrived in a village or in a farm isolated in the forest of bamboo, he suspends a screen, every person brings a stool and, as soon as it is d...


    26 minutes

    'THE DEAL UNDONE: Pakistan, its Army and the Americans' explores the strenuous relationship between the Pakistan - US military establishments in light of the death of Osama Bin Laden. The documentary analyzes this relationship following the 9/11 attacks in the United States and the onset of the War on Terror. From a friendship rediscovered in the early years of the war on terror to growing mistrust with an eventual breakdown following the killing of Bin-Laden, the documentary identifi...

  • Vive La Crise!

    3 minutes
    Documentary, Short

    Deforestation, property development, pollution, money, and a lot of food - all this is going to change... The economic crisis is coming!

  • Deadgar Artiga - autopsy technician

    9 minutes

    Edgar 'Deadgar' Artiga works at 1-800-AUTOPSY. This is a documentary showing life in an 24-hour a day world of autopsy business. The film is still work in progress - please support us by renting this current cut (you will get a free rental to the finished film too).

  • Ali Kabuk Was Here

    25 minutes

    The Saudi Arabian Red Sea has historically been a difficult place to reach, due to the very strict requirements imposed upon visitors by the government of that Kingdom. Hence, little is known about that region of the Red Sea, and until now, even less recorded by underwater cameras. 'Ali Kabuk Was Here', filmed in and around the stunning reefs north and west of the coastal city of Jeddah over a period of three years, represents a visual distillation of nearly five hundred individual di...

  • Fennario's War: The War to End All Wars

    40 minutes

    In Fennario's War, David Fennario plays three parts, all with his own voice: the journalist Jerry Nines, the veteran Harry "Rosie" Rollins, and his best friend Private Rummie Robidou. The setting is a hotel bar in Montreal, Remembrance Day 1977, as Rollins tells Nines about the experience of being in the trenches during World War I. The account is light years away from the maudlin sentimentalism of "nation building" which often characterizes both conventional histories...

  • Polish Your Shoes

    11 minutes
    Biography, Documentary

    Six London born brothers and sisters recall memories of their dead father. ‘POLISH YOUR SHOES’ is a very personal film for director Sam Huntley, and tells the story of the Grandfather he never knew. It was shortlisted at over 30 International Film Festivals, winning 9 awards: ‘Special Jury Prize’ / ‘Mediawave Hungary 2005’, Gyor, Hungary ‘Raindance East Jury Award for Best Short Film 2005’, London ‘Time Out Film Critic’s Award for Best London Film 2005’, London ...


    19 minutes
    Biography, Documentary

    Three London couples - a husband and wife, two life-long friends, and an elderly mother and daughter discuss the impact that music has had on their lives. Directed by Sam Huntley, the film was selected for numerous international film festivals including Cork and Leipzig.

  • The story of Armand David

    56 minutes

    The life, travels and scientific achievements of Armand David, lazarist missionary, naturalist, botanist, zoologist and ecologist before the time of ecology. Born in the french "Pays basque », lover of nature since his childhood, he becomes a priest and a believer of Darwin’s theories, assuming gracefully his contradictions. Hired through his religious hierachy by the Museum of Natural History of Paris he goes to China and explore the flora and animal life and bring specimens, Ar...

  • Broke.

    78 minutes
    • Currently 4.75/5 stars.
    4 votes

    Best social-political documentary of 2010. Won the prestigious Donald Brittain Award. Set in a pawnshop, the cinema verite masterpiece tells the story of the unlikely friendship between a cynic pawnbroker and his sweet but psychopathic assistant. Broke. is a complex, powerful cinema verite account of the day to day life in a pawnshop. The documentary gives us an intimate glimpse into a world most of us luckily do not have to know. Although often as funny and surprising as a sitcom, it blu...

  • Brooklyn: Among the Ruins

    14 minutes

    Brooklyn: Among the Ruins introduces audiences to Brooklyn born and bred Paul Kronenberg. Paul is a 60 year-old subway buff who built a life-size replica of a 1930s motorman's subway cab in his tiny bedroom in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. Paul, a former math tutor and delivery truck driver, describes himself as a classic underachiever. But Paul has his own worldview that is reflected in his apartment and in his relationship with the city. Paul takes the film maker on a journey around New Yor...


    75 minutes
    Documentary, Inspirational, Special Interest
    • Currently 4.54386/5 stars.
    57 votes

    A movie that takes you beyond NOW....beyond 2012....into a future of infinite possibilities! See Barbara Marx Hubbard and her evolutionary colleagues in the second movie of the award-winning, HUMANITY ASCENDING series present cutting edge perspectives on humankind's potential to create a positive future for the Earth.

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  • Bloodline

    113 minutes

    BLOODLINE investigates the popular belief that Jesus married Mary Magdalene, who fled to southern France with their child. In an adventure worthy of Indiana Jones, filmmaker Bruce Burgess and team crack the shadowy secret society, known as the Priory of Sion. Their investigation follows clues linking the Knights Templar and the legend of Mary Magdalene with messages imbedded in the decor of the famed church at Rennes-le-Chateau in France, leading ultimately to stunning discoveries: a buried c...

  • Darfur Diaries

    55 minutes

    Darfur Diaries: Messages from Home is a brutally honest inside look into the current tragedy befalling the Darfur region. A team of three independent filmmakers in Darfur monitored the worsening political and humanitarian crisis in 2004 and recognized that the mainstream media offered marginal and inadequate coverage. They set out with the goal of providing a platform for the people of Darfur to speak for themselves about their experiences, their fears, and their hopes for the future. This fi...

  • For My Wife

    60 minutes
    Biography, Documentary

    In December 2006, a torrential rainstorm hit Seattle. Tragic circumstances found Kate Fleming, a celebrated recording artist, trapped in her basement studio. Her spouse of nine years, Charlene Strong, returned home to find Kate sealed behind the studio door as the waters rose. Charlene’s efforts to free Kate ended when the water reached the ceiling level. But Charlene’s nightmare did not end once the firemen retrieved Kate’s body and transferred her to the ICU of a nearby hospital....

  • BlueGreen

    78 minutes

    Featuring some of the world's most talented surfers, including Keith Malloy and 7-time Women's World Champion, Layne Beachely, combined with footage shot around the world, BLUEGREEN, examines the connection between humans and the ocean and explores this connection through thoughtful insight from scientists, activists, athletes and enthusiasts. From the physiological to the spiritual, filmmaker and surfer, Ben Keller explores the power of the ocean and how it affects our lives and why...

  • Fuel

    112 minutes

    Eleven years in the making, FUEL is the in-depth personal journey of filmmaker and eco-evangelist Josh Tickell, who takes us on a hip, fast-paced road trip into America’s dependence on foreign oil. Combining a history lesson of the US auto and petroleum industries and interviews with a wide range of policy makers, educators, and activists such as Woody Harrelson, Sheryl Crow, Neil Young and Willie Nelson. Animated by powerful graphics, FUEL looks into our future offering hope via a wide-ra...

  • A River of Waste

    92 minutes

    A heart-stopping new documentary, A RIVER OF WASTE exposes a huge health and environmental scandal in our modern industrial system of meat and poultry production. Some scientists have gone so far as to call the condemned current factory farm practices as “mini Chernobyls.” In the U.S and elsewhere, the meat and poultry industry is dominated by dangerous uses of arsenic, antibiotics, growth hormones and by the dumping of massive amounts of sewage in fragile waterways and environments.  ...

  • The End of Poverty?

    104 minutes

    The End of Poverty? is a daring, thought-provoking and very timely documentary by award-winning filmmaker, Philippe Diaz, revealing that poverty is not an accident. It began with military conquest, slavery and colonization that resulted in the seizure of land, minerals and forced labor. Today, global poverty has reached new levels because of unfair debt, trade and tax policies -- in other words, wealthy countries exploiting the weaknesses of poor, developing countries. The End of Pover...

  • The Best Government Money Can Buy?

    76 minutes

    The Best Government Money Can Buy? is the first behind-the-scenes, comprehensive, non-partisan examination of the system of lobbying in Washington, DC. The cost of election campaigns has spiraled out of control, to the extent that, on average, our representatives spend more than 25% of their time fund-raising. Even our Presidents regularly interrupt the nation's work in order to spend time fund-raising! Veteran documentary film-maker, British-born Francis Megahy, makes a journey of ...

  • The Seventh Day (IL SETTIMO GIORNO)

    30 minutes

    “At best, man is the noblest of all animals, separated by justice he is the worst” - Aristotle. What happens when a new law is enforced that ruins the lives of a generation of shepherds? Italian filmmaker, Achille D’Onofrio’s poignant award winning documentary graphically looks at the consequences of an order to euthanize an entire herd of sheep based on public fear over investigation and research. D’Onofrio personalizes this experience with interviews, an intimate look at a family ...

  • indian rainwater harvesting

    43 minutes

    When the UN declared 2003 the Year of Fresh Water, even people who never thought about drinking water probably gave it a thought or two during the latest extremely hot summers. Yet India has known this kind of temperature forever. The country possesses huge resources of fresh water, yet, as it is home to almost a sixth of the global population, it has to deal with numerous problems of water management. The Indians find original solutions to overcome these problems, traditional ones as well as...

  • L'histoire naturelle d'Armand David

    56 minutes

    The life, travels and scientific achievements of Armand David, lazarist missionary, naturalist, botanist, zoologist and ecologist before the time of ecology. Born in the french "Pays basque », lover of nature since his childhood, he becomes a priest and a believer of Darwin’s theories, assuming gracefully his contradictions. Hired through his religious hierachy by the Museum of Natural History of Paris he goes to China and explore the flora and animal life and bring specimens, Ar...

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