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Description: One of railroading's most spectacular runs took zone over the weekend of November 30, 1957 when Southern Pacific Cab Forward 4274 left Sacramento for its final adventure across Donner Pass. This historic happening was captured on movie by Albert C. Phelps, with unique photography by J. Allen Hawkins and Jacob DeVries. You'll ride in the cab of the AC-powered 10-car train as it climbs the steep grade. Unique scenes contain 4274's shake-down run in Roseville as it prepares for its final run, rare pacing shots of the train as it races up the Sierra Nevada foothills, and image run-bys staged for the passengers at remote locations. This is a rare treat for all steam fanatics to enjoy!
Description: It's the storyline of the results of the Civil Fight on a southern family, a storyline of scandal, first love and lost dreams that turned a southern man into a western legend. Join us as we go in find of the true "Doc" Holliday.
Description: The folks who knew Rich Mullins greatest relate their sense of loss tempered by the glory of their hope as they discuss his life and ministry. Contains previously unseen footage of Mullins.
Description: Combining rare original archive footage, home films and authored by 40 intimate interviews with mates and celebrity fanatics this detail length movie charts Nat "King" Cole's war with racist 50’s America to become a superstar. An intimate portrait, it’s filled with melody and accompanied the release of the album of the same name.
Description: Sara Lidman writes about the longing for kids and a man. As a red thread in her diaries and letters, there is doubt about being loved for who she is. She falls in love often. Especially in the love of her life - South Africa. He is black and she is allowed to pay a high prize for her love under the apartheid regime's rags, which closes around her until she finally has to leave South Africa.
Description: Follow the emotional adventure of Chelsea Dittrich, the U.S. born daughter of a former American-based Russian spy. Speaking with another kids of spies as well as with her own father whose spying activities tore her family apart, she uncovers the results this clandestine activity has on families and communities as a whole.
Description: Kerry, Kathleen and Robert Kennedy, Jr. share private recollections of their father on the 50th anniversary of his death. Robert F. Kennedy's wars over civil rights, poverty, and the fight in Vietnam are explored, as are his private struggles after the death of his brother.
Description: "Assisted Living", by Nikanor Teratologen, originally released in Sweden 1992 as "Äldreomsorgen i Övre Kågedalen" instantly caused an uproar, due to the book's unlimited "Satanic" parade of rape, murder, sacrilege.
Description: Swedish/Estonian writer Mare Kandre (1962-2005): "It's about life and death and it gotta everytime be." "She brought her the truth," tells Johan von Sydow, referring to the rock mythos and artistic romantic law that is about to die young.
Description: This engrossing documentary follows the much-acclaimed Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgaard as he is invited to guest-curate an exhibition of paintings by Edvard Munch at Oslo’s Munch Museum. Co-director Joachim Trier appears onscreen alongside Knausgaard as they visit few key territories from the celebrated painter’s life, searching for insights into his imagination and vision as they discuss his vastly influential oeuvre, his themes and obsessions, his approach to rendering daily things and strongly emotional scenes alike. Knausgaard’s interpretation of Munch proves to be captivatingly unorthodox, and the Trier brothers thrillingly seek to connect his thoughts about the painter to his own literary project, yielding a double portrait of two of Norway’s most essential artists. (Film Society of Lincoln Center)
Description: 2018 marks 100 years since the first girls over the age of 30, who owned property, were allowed to vote in the UK. The war for the vote was about much more than just the Pankhurst family or Emily Davidson's fateful collision with the king's horse. In this film, Lucy Worsley is at the heart of the history drama, alongside a group of less well known, but equally astonishing, young working-class suffragettes who decided to go vs each rule and expectation that Edwardian society had about them. Lucy explores the actions of these girls as their campaign becomes more and more dangerous, while their own words are delivered in easy but strikingly emotive pieces of dramatised testimony. Lucy also says this storyline from a range of iconic original locations, from the Houses of Parliament and 10 Downing Road to the Savoy Hotel, and has access to an nice range of artefacts, from hunger-striking medals to defused bombs and personal letters between the government and the press.
Description: Toronto artist Sarah Keenlyside's re-creation of Ferris Bueller's bedroom at the Gladstone Hotel was one of the most buzzed-about art happenings of 2016. This brand-new documentary follows Keenlyside as she travels to Chicago to mount Ferris Bueller's Bedroom as part of celebrations for the 30th anniversary of John Hughes's classic comedy. Receive a glimpse of her process as she tracks down replicas of Ferris's prized possessions and works vs the clock to receive the installation ready in time for the large day. Along the way, she faces unexpected challenges, meets super fanatics who hold the spirit of Ferris Bueller's Day Off alive, and reveals how art (whether it's a nostalgic installation or a lighthearted film) brings us together.
Description: We Out Here: A LDN Storyline is a document of the folks and territories which have laid the foundations for London’s fertile jazz stage in 2018. It’s about the renaissance which jazz has experienced over the past several years. It’s also about friendship, community and the influences of the town that these musicians call home. The movie says the adventure of these young, gifted players, many of whom have trained and come up together, and whose sounds are actually becoming an integral part of London’s musical landscape – as well as representing the town around the UK and the rest of the world.
Description: This documentary follows the evolution of the British sketch comedy troupe that redefined humor and shaped an whole generation of American comics, focusing especially on their conquest of the American comedy scene,
Description: GANESH, BOY WONDER captures the remarkable storyline of Krishna and Jayamma, a working class Indian couple who prayed to the god Ganesh to bless them with a boy, never dreaming that their son would now look like his namesake, the elephant-headed deity. Years after giving up all hope of finding medical help, an accidental meeting with a reporter’s brother leads to a national tv storyline on Ganesh’s facial deformity. The resulting media sensation draws the interest of India’s rich and powerful, and a Canadian plastic surgeon, Dr. Sanjeev Kaila, who changes their lives forever. Acclaimed detail filmmaker Srinivas Krishna (Masala, Lulu) makes his documentary debut with this strong and moving storyline about love, faith and hope.
Description: In the summer of 1967, a hippie group named The Diggers - led by the cool and charismatic 23-year old David DePoe - wanted to turn the road where they resided, Yorkville Avenue in Toronto, into a car-free zone. Fed up with the noise and fumes from cars, DePoe staged a 3-day sit in where the Diggers peacefully occupied the road to petition the Toronto Town Council to receive what they wanted. To their surprise, the police were ordered to remove them by force by the town officials who wanted to hold the road launch as a important traffic artery. After being released from jail, DePoe and his group were invited by the fiercely conservative and patronizing Allan Lamport, a member of the Board of Control and former Mayor of the town to a meeting at Town Hall to show their case. The climactic war unfolded there between Lamport and DePoe, who was representing the Canadian Youth Council.
Description: The famed Coppola family of filmmakers and musicians descends from Agostino Coppola, a terrible immigrant from an impoverished village in Southern Italy. Interviews and archival footage portray how the family history has inspired these artists, and how they continue to renew their ties to the land of their origin.
Description: Toronto’s Clubland has become the most congested entertainment districts in North America. Yet many are not thrilled with the concept of cramming 50,000 fun-seekers into an zone 1.5 sq. kilometres in size. Politicians, police, and condo dwellers prepare themselves every weekend for the inevitable onslaught of partiers. Developers have hundreds of millions invested into the area, clubowners millions, and the fresh residents...their life savings. The city’s old “Garment District” has gone from sweatshops to sweat boxes in a generation and actually repeatedly makes the headlines asking the same question: what’s to be done? For the clubbers, their only question is “Where’s the party tonight?” This is Clubland.
Description: Documentary on the Thriller, Noir, Fantasy, Science Fiction genders in the Greek cinema for the last 50 years. It is a collage of authentic scenes and trailers of 50 movies as presented by 4 girls, bearing the name of the gender they represent. 50 years (1959-2009), 50 films, 45 directors, script writers, authors, critics, producers.
Movies Like Angels Die Hard 1970
Movies Like W.R. - Misterije organizma 1971
Movies Like Napoléon 1927
Movies Like Sadie Thompson 1928
Movies Like From the Terrace 1960
Movies Like Culo e camicia 1981
Movies Like The Wedding March 1928
Movies Like El kárate, el Colt y el impostor 1975
Movies Like Starship Invasions 1977
Movies Like Bloodfist 1989
Movies Like The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister 2010
Movies Like Brzezina 1970
Movies Like Accused at 17 2009
Movies Like Vip, mio fratello superuomo 1968
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