Description: In the globe of 1970s vehicle racing, Hurley Haywood was cool, calm and collected. A five-time 24 Hours of Daytona winner, three-time Le Mans champion and Trans-Am champion, Haywood was a Hollywood archetype: a strikingly handsome boy brought up by a nice Midwestern family. Yet Haywood was often overshadowed by racing partner and volatile mentor, Peter Gregg—the Batman to his Robin—whose abrupt suicide in 1980 shook the sport to its core. And yet Haywood had secrets of his own. Despite multiple encounters with women, some that included public appearances alongside Penthouse models, he remained elusive about his private life. With deft test of archival footage and exclusive interviews featuring actor and fellow racer, Patrick Dempsey, Hurley reveals a greater insight into Haywood’s tightrope walk between career and sexuality, while posing the question—will motorsport ever be ready for openly LGBT racers?
Description: Uncover what happens when the worlds of football and melody collide. Bob Mortimer runs down the greatest and very worst the pretty minigame has had to offer down the years with contributions from the likes of Keith Allen, David Baddiel, Gary Lineker, Chris Waddle and Adrian Chiles
Description: For the first time, the finished filmed record of the "Crime of the Century" - the assassination of John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States, on November 22, 1963 - an happening that shocked the world. Featuring the popular Zapruder movie and another rare and exclusive assassination films.
Description: A landscape movie shot from the interior of multiple cars across few territories and periods of time that - through a raw, stream-of-consciousness voiceover - explores an autobiographical narrative addressing the love & loss experienced by one of its co-directors.
Description: This short piece by Athina Rachel Tsangari, commissioned for the seventieth edition of the Venice Movie Festival in 2013, draws on Jean-Luc Godard’s Contempt and functions as a meditation on the state of cinema, depicting two movie projectors contemplating the uncertainty of their future.
Description: A adventure through the parts of Afghanistan that don't normally detail in news coverage to meet some nice folks and see fascinating places. Lyse Doucet uses her many years experience in Afghanistan to present a various side of a country which has been at fight for 30 years.
Description: 2018 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of German philosopher and Communist icon Karl Marx. Even in the 21st century, Marx remains relevant. Who was the boy who changed and divided the globe with his theses?
Description: After quitting their corporate jobs, Bartek and Rafal decided to make their first video minigame (Lichtspeer). The film follows them throughout the last several months of working on the project. You’ll be able to witness their struggle to publish the minigame on PlayStation, the emotions of folks associated with the game’s launch, and finally, Rafal’s and Bartek’s attempts to break into the consciousness of youtube stars and the industry press
Description: Champion of the first American Idol competition, Kelly Clarkson has managed to forge a successful career in pop melody while breaking away from the confines of the style endorsed by the contest. KELLY CLARKSON: BEHIND HAZEL EYES details exclusive interviews with the singer as well as behind-the-scenes footage. Kelly talks from the set of a melody video and from a film premiere, offering her insights and feelings and an insider's glimpse into the workings of such events. BEHIND HAZEL EYES views the globe of pop stardom through the gaze of regular Texas woman Kelly Clarkson.
Description: Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) left us a tiny oeuvre of only 36 paintings. Internationally, the power of his work is actually more profound than ever. Blockbuster exhibitions, the novel and film ‘Girl with a pearl earring’ caught a broad audience. Millions are touched by his work. What do we see in Vermeer that makes him so contemporary? The dignity of his painted ladies, the cinematic and photographic hero of his images, the psychological impact, the serenity or apparent glimpse in our own daily life? Influential contemporary artists, photographers and opinion leaders unravel the extraordinary and mysterious impact of this 17th century master in our day and age.
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.
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