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  • Recently nominated for Best Documentary Short Oscar®, God is the Bigger Elvis tells the story of a one-of-a-kind abbey in rural Connecticut -- and offers a rare glimpse inside the spiritual journey of a onetime Hollywood movie star who left showbiz behind 50 years ago to become a Benedictine nun.
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  • James Cagney danced and sang his way to a well-deserved Oscar for his outstanding portrayal of vaudeville composer and performer George M. Cohan in this Oscar-nominated biography.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Michael Curtiz
    Cast:   James Cagney, Walter Huston, Joan Leslie
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/29/1942
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  • This merry musical biography of “Banjo Eyes” will gladden the hearts of Cantor and musical fans alike. Keefe Brasselle plays the energetic kid from the East Side in this saga of the showman’s rise from singing waiter to vaudeville sensation.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Alfred E. Green
    Cast:   Keefe Brasselle, Marilyn Erskine, Aline Macmahon, Arthur Franz, Alex Gerry
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/25/1953
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  • Covers the period from Lincoln's early years as a Kentucky woodsman until his election to the Presidency in 1860.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   John Cromwell
    Cast:   Raymond Massey, Gene Lockhart, Ruth Gordon, Mary Howard, Dorothy Tree, Harvey Stephens, Minor Watson, Alan Baxter
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/22/1940
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  • Oscar-winner James Stewart stars in the title role as a jailed bootlegger who invents the famed rifle and gains his freedom, co-starring Oscar-nominee Jean Hagen and James Arness.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Richard Thorpe
    Cast:   Jimmy Stewart, Jean Hagan, James Arness, Wendell Corey
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/24/1952
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  • Robert Alda plays the talented composer, George Gershwin, in this moving tribute to one of America’s premier musical artists.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Irving Rapper
    Cast:   Robert Alda, Joan Leslie, Alexis Smith, Charles Coburn, Al Jolson, Oscar Levant, Paul Whiteman, George White, Hazel Scott, Anne Brown
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/27/1945
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  • Academy Award-nominated biography of Franklin Delano Roosevelt from the time he was stricken with polio to his presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Vincent J. Donehue
    Cast:   Ralph Bellamy, Greer Garson, Hume Cronyn, Jean Hagen, Ann Shoemaker, Alan Bunce
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/28/1960
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  • The intertwined lives of the three musical legends form A Song of Love, a sumptuously produced and skillfully played biopic set to 11 musical pieces that include Schumann’s Arabeske, Brahms’ Lullaby and the Mephisto Waltz of Franz Liszt.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Clarence Brown
    Cast:   Katharine Hepburn, Paul Henreid, Robert Walker, Leo G. Carroll, Henry Daniell, Henry Stephenson
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/09/1947
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  • My Wild Irish Rose stars Golden Age of Hollywood tenor Dennis Morgan as turn-of-the-century tenor Chauncey Olcott, who brought When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Mother Machree and more beloved airs to eager theater audiences.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   David Butler
    Cast:   Dennis Morgan, Arlene Dahl, Andrea King, Alan Hale, George Tobias
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/24/1947
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  • Best Documentary Feature follows the secret smuggling of 9,300 Jewish children out of Nazi-occupied Germany in the late 1930s.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Mark Jonathan Harris
    Cast:   Judi Dench
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/15/2000
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  • From Emmy® winner Rory Kennedy, Ethel offers a deeply personal look inside the Kennedy political dynasty through the fascinating life story of Rory’s mother, Ethel Kennedy – as told by those who know her best: her family.
    Rating:TV-PG
    Director:   Rory Kennedy
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/20/2012
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  • Academy Award-winning actress Diane Keaton* plays the legendary aviator whose disappearance over the Pacific Ocean is one of the great unsolved mysteries of all time.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Yves Simoneau
    Cast:   Diane Keaton, Rutger Hauer, Bruce Dern, Paul Guilfoyle, Denis Arndt
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/12/1994
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  • William Bendix suits up in Yankee flannels as the renowned pitcher-turned-outfielder Babe Ruth in a sports biopic that mixes facts with fiction.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Roy Del Ruth
    Cast:   William Bendix, Claire Trevor, Charles Bickford, Sam Levene, William Frawley, Gertrude Niesen, Matt Briggs
    Theatrical Release Date: 07/26/1948
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  • Spencer Tracy stars in this biography of Thomas Edison, the famous inventor who rose from poverty to invent the electric light bulb.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Clarence Brown
    Cast:   Spencer Tracy, Charles Coburn, Henry Travers, Gene Lockhart, Rita Johnson
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/10/1940
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  • Based on William L. Shirer’s monumental best-seller, this award-winning program exposes the blackest chapter in the history of mankind.
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  • For as long as she can remember, LaLee Wallace’s family has picked cotton. It has been their way of life for generations – and it’s the main reason why they continue to live in poverty. Today, a movement is afoot to educate children in the Mississippi Delta, with hopes of attracting new industry and creating good jobs. But as LaLee and her family know, the legacy of cotton isn’t an easy one to shake.
    Rating:TV-PG
    Director:   Albert Maysles
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  • In There’s Something Wrong with Aunt Diane, award-winning director Liz Garbus explores the facts and speculation surrounding the tragic accident which took place on the afternoon of July 26, 2009. Diane Schuler drove the wrong way on the Taconic State Parkway in New York for nearly two miles, eventually smashing into an oncoming SUV and killing herself, her daughter, three nieces, and all three people in the other car. Only her five-year-old son survived. This feature-length film reveals a complex and complicated case that has left all those involved still wondering what really happened to Aunt Diane.
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  • Jean Simmons portrays young Bess in this rich tapestry of a film that traces the tumultuous, danger-fraught years from Elizabeth’s birth to her unexpected ascension to the throne at a mere 25.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   George Sidney
    Cast:   Jean Simmons, Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr, Charles Laughton, Kay Walsh, Guy Rolfe, Kathleen Byron, Cecil Kellaway, Leo G. Carroll
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/29/1953
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  • The teenage years of brilliant inventor Thomas Alva Edison as the young man troubles his family and his school teachers with his great quest for knowledge.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Norman Taurog
    Cast:   Mickey Rooney, Fay Bainter, Virginia Weidler, Eugene Pallette
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/10/1940
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  • The fierce battle has taken a grim toll. Lashed to a British man-of-war, the fledging Continental Navy's Bonhomme Richard is sinking and half its crew is lost.
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  • Shocking secrets are finally revealed in this scandalous exposé of the private life of history’s most infamous madman starring Richard Basehart as Adolf Hitler.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Stuart Heisler
    Cast:   Richard Basehart, Maria Emo, Carl Esmond
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  • Memphis-born George Hamilton is winningly natural as Hank Williams in the musical biopic of the short-lived but forever influential “Hillbilly Shakespeare.”
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  • Biopic of Oliver Wendell Holmes and his loving wife, based on the hit Broadway play.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   John Sturges
    Cast:   Louis Calhern, Ann Harding, Eduard Franz
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/20/1950
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  • From the fate he could not escape to seance attempts at summoning him from beyond, the magic and mystery live on in Houdini.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Pen Densham
    Cast:   Johnathon Schaech, Stacy Edwards, Paul Sorvino, Rhea Perlman, David Warner, Mark Ruffalo, George Segal
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/07/1998
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  • This is the horrifying true account of John Reginald Christie, whose crimes and subsequent trial summarily ended capital punishment in Britain.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Richard Fleischer
    Cast:   Richard Attenborough, Judy Geeson, John Hurt
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/12/1971
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  • Oscar-honoree Edward G. Robinson stars in this true story of the German scientist who devoted his life to curing syphilis.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   William Dieterle
    Cast:   Edward G. Robinson, Ruth Gordon, Otto Kruger
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/08/1940
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  • The Vagina Monologues, created and performed by Eve Ensler, debuted off-off-Broadway in 1996. This controversial work soon rode a wave of national acclaim and continues to be performed in North America and around the world. It has been translated into 14 different languages and performed in over 30 different countries.
    Rating:NR
    Cast:   Eve Ensler
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/14/2002
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  • A true twentieth century Renaissance man, Gordon Parks is one of the most prolific and diverse artists in America today. A preeminent photographer, poet, novelist, composer and filmmaker, Parks's artisitc vision knows no boundaries. This candid portrait of the artist is a journey through the watershed moments on America's social history, punctuated by Parks' seminal works and his unique ability to follow his instincts to the most fascinating and challenging places in the world.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Craig Rice
    Cast:   Gordon Parks, Malcolm X, Avery Brooks, Gordon Parks, Jr.
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/30/2000
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  • From Emmy® - winning filmmakers Marc Levin and Daphne Pinkerson, this 40-minute documentary recounts the horror of March 25, 1911, when young garment workers perished in the worst industrial accident in New York City history (up until 9/11), triggering widespread reforms and ushering in the birth of modern labor movement.
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  • Based on the recently published book "The Three Stooges: From Amalgamated Morons to American Icons" this MOW dramatizes the rise of the comedy trio to worldwide fame.
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  • To capture “the spirit” of Johann Strauss’ music, The Great Waltz combines exquisite craftsmanship with spirited inventiveness.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Julien Duvivier
    Cast:   Luise Rainer, Fernand Gravet, Miliza Korjus, Hugh Herbert, Lionel Atwill
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/04/1938
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  • Young John Cassidy is a driven man. By day, he works manual labor and secretly trains in the hills with a band of revolutionaries eager to take Ireland's fate into their own hands.
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  • You may not believe all you see, but you will be entertained by Robert L. Ripley's 24 Theatrical Shorts that are part travelogue, part human interest, part history, part fanciful, all Ripley! Welcome to Ripley's Believe It or Not!
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  • With heaps of homespun warmth, there’s plenty to like about this biography of the “Poet Lariat” who never met a man he didn’t like. Based on Betty’s reminiscences the movie has an authenticity befitting this most authentic of American heroes.
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  • This action-filled drama tells the story of this incredible man from his humble beginnings as an exhibition dancer to his meeting with Al Capone.
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    Director:   Joseph M. Newman
    Cast:   Ray Danton, Jayne Mansfield, Herschel Bernardi, Julie London, Frank Gorshin
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/22/1961
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  • A single mother working two jobs to support her young family, Vanessa Meyer is suddenly arrested by the FBI and accused of a petty crime.
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  • The early career of New York’s first female hospital intern is the compelling subject of this biopic from the screenwriters of Johnny Belinda based on Emily Dunning Barringer’s memoir.
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  • HBO’s multi-part, multi-platform project focuses on the causes of America’s obesity epidemic, extends to kid-centric films that shed light on restoring the health of our country’s children.
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  • Narrated by Lily Tomlin, this documentary short explores the many problems that arise when elephants are brought to live in captivity in zoos and circuses.
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  • A riveting, in-depth account of the hunt for Osama bin Laden, featuring testimony from actual CIA analysts and operatives who tracked him for nearly two decades.
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  • This documentary short follows several women in Pakistan who have been disfigured by acid violence, and the efforts of one doctor to perform reconstructive surgery to restore their faces and their dignity.
    Rating:TV-PG
    Director:   Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
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  • The story of Vogue magazine is told through behind-the-scenes interviews with some of the innovative and often-intrepid fashion editors who helped shape its evolution
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  • The streets of South Central Los Angeles in the early 1980s were littered by crime, drugs and gangs. A small patch of land in the middle, a baseball field called Harvard Park, was an oasis.
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  • Jean Stapleton stars as Eleanor Roosevelt in this made-for-television feature dealing with the years after FDR's death in which Mrs. Roosevelt became an influential public figure in her own right.
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  • Produced by the Oscar®- and Emmy®- winning team of Alan and Susan Raymond (who created the groundbreaking PBS documentary series An American Family), this 77-minute film addresses the public’s misunderstanding of learning differences and demonstrates the great potential of each dyslexic individual.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Susan Raymond
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/11/2011
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  • Star football player Tom Harmon got his chance for wider fame, starring in this fictionalized story of his life.
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  • It has been called “the saddest acre in America.” It is also one of the most sacred. Situated in a quiet pocket of Arlington National Cemetery, Section 60 is a final resting place for young men and women who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. For families and friends, it is a place to grieve, to honor, to remember.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Matthew O’Neill
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  • The dramatic and fascinating made for television true story of the Philadelphia girl who became an Oscar-winning actress, then gave up her acting career to become a princess.
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    Director:   Anthony Page
    Cast:   Lloyd Bridges, Cheryl Ladd
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/21/1983
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  • With the military facing its toughest period of enlistment due to mounting dangers in Iraq, The Recruiter from HBO Documentary Films(r) takes viewers to a Louisiana coastal community, where we witness firsthand Sgt. Usie’s intense struggle to enlist new soldiers. [Official Selection 2008 Sundance Film Festival laurels]
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    Director:   Edet Belzberg
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  • The Louisiana state bird – the brown pelican – spent 45 years on the endangered species list. After years of being relocated back to its natural habitat, the April 2010 BP explosion and oil spill ravaged the brown pelican’s nesting homes on the Gulf of Mexico. Three months after the spill, cleanup workers rescued 894 birds. Saving Pelican 895 tells the gripping story of the rescue of one of the oiled bird victims, pelican “LA 895” (named after its state and rescue number).
    Rating:NR
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/01/2011
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  • HBO Documentary Films presents Silencing the Song: An Afghan Fallen Star, a follow up to the Sundance Award-winning Afghan Star, which premiered on HBO in March 2010. Afghan Star followed the stories of four contestants on Afghanistan’s hugely popular reality-TV singing competition.
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    Director:   Havana Marking
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  • While exploring the larger Iranian struggle that was taking place and that rallied around her image, For Neda tells the personal story of Neda Agha-Soltan and her tragic death in the Iranian protests following the recent presidential election results.
    Director:   Antony Thomas
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  • Alternately candid, funny, poignant and heartbreaking, When I Knew documents a cross-section of men and women of all ages and lifestyles who invoke the exact moment in their lives – whether as toddlers, grade-schoolers, teens or young adults – when they knew, once and for all, that they were gay.
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    Director:   Randy Barbato
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  • This documentary follows the final days of freedom for Wendy Maldonado’s fateful decision to protect her family from abuse at all costs. A Mother of four, she pleaded guilty along with her oldest son Randy for murdering her husband Aaron.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Tommy Davis
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/01/2008
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  • Directed and produced by award-winning photographer/filmmaker Neil Leifer, this 31-minute documentary demonstrates, through an extreme example, how creative people with disabilities are transcending their limitations to create art.
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    Director:   Neil Leifer
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  • This feature documentary follows members of the Ramapough Mountain Indian tribe in Ringwood, NJ, in their five-year search for justice through a mass-action, tort lawsuit.
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  • Ten years ago, Heidi Fleiss – the infamous “Hollywood Madam” - had a dream to make millions by running a high-price escort service – a goal that ultimately sent her to prison. Now, she has another dream: to open the first legal brothel for female clients in the tiny desert town of Crystal, Nevada.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Randy Barbato
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  • Emmy® Award-winning filmmaker Liz Garbus explores the current state of free speech in America and gives viewers a fascinating perspective on the First Amendment throughout our history. The difficult issues raised in the film are at the heart of what defines America – and makes it unique as a republic.
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    Director:   Liz Garbus
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  • In this 72-minute HBO Documentary Film, we meet several of the women awaiting trial at Badam Bagh, including a 20-year-old who is pregnant after having pre-marital sex, and seeks to marry her lover; a 23-year-old who ran away from a violent home; and an 18-year-old who fell in love with her neighbor, and stands accused of sleeping with him.
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  • 12TH AND DELAWARE visits a street corner in Ft. Pierce, Fla. that is ground zero for the ferocious abortion-rights battle. On one side of the intersection stands A Women’s World, an abortion clinic; across the street is the Pregnancy Care Center, a pro-life outpost dedicated to heading off would-be abortion seekers.
    Rating:TV-PG
    Director:   Rachel Grady
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2010
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  • Documentary follows self-ordained Catholic preacher Justin Fatica, who started his controversial “Hard as Nails” ministry to reach troubled kids. Repeatedly, the teenaged audiences, which often include drug abusers and self-mutilators, pour their hearts out to him.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   David Holbrooke
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  • Acclaimed filmmaker Rory Kennedy examines the effectiveness of the controversial U.S.-Mexico border.
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    Director:   Rory Kennedy
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  • Emmy® - winning HBO documentary filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi delivers a snapshot of some of the more vocal conservative Americans, who saw their hopes and dreams evaporate in the wake of a decisive Democratic victory for Barack Obama.
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    Director:   Alexandra Pelosi
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  • Have You Seen Andy? is a personal story of a childhood friendship abruptly ended by the tragic abduction of a young boy, Andy Puglisi. With special access and a unique perspective, Melanie Perkins, Andy’s childhood friend, re-examines the day of his disappearance 30 years ago.
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    Director:   Melanie Perkins
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  • In this 80-minute documentary, three 10-year-old children leave their native countries to participate in one of the Islamic world’s most famous competitions, a test of memory and recitation known as The International Holy Koran Competition. As the competition reaches its climax, Koran By Heart offers a compelling and nuanced glimpse into some of the pressures faced by the next generation of Muslims.
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  • In October 2006, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor sat for two 3-hour sessions, agreeing to have her portrait painted by not one, but 25 separate artists. In the end, these painters – some amateurs, some professionals – created vastly different images of this iconic figure.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Neil Leifer
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  • In Homeless: Children Of the Working Poor Alexandra Pelosi follows children living in motels as their families struggle to survive in one of the richest zip codes in America.
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    Director:   Alexandra Pelosi
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  • Auto racing is an obsession in Anderson, Indiana. Amidst the closing of auto factories and resultant loss of jobs, residents continue to pour their dwindling resources into patching up their Thundercars for the next week.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Jon Alpert
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  • If you've got a credit card, it's all there for the asking at Nevada's Moonlite Bunny Ranch, a legal brothel located in a sparsely populated desert outside of Reno, where it's not just sex; it's an adventure. The first of two America Undercover specials which precede the 2005 launch of the Cathouse series.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Patti Kaplan
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/08/2002
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  • HBO Documentary Films Autopsy series lives on with Autopsy Postmortem, in which Dr. Baden, the acclaimed patriarch of forensic pathology, gives viewers exclusive insight into some of his most high-profile cases including John F. Kennedy, OJ Simpson, Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen, the Romanovs and first responders to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
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  • On the night of Oct. 2, 2005, Hart and Dana Perry’s 15-year-old son Evan jumped to his death from his New York City bedroom window. This moving film is the story, told by his filmmaker parents and others who knew him, of Evan’s life and death, and his life-long struggle with bipolar disorder.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Dana Perry
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  • Documentary focuses on the workers of the General Motors Assembly Plant in Moraine, Ohio – which opened in 1981, and churned out an average of 280,000 small trucks and SUVs a year – from the announcement a year ago that the Plant will be closing, to its last day on December 23, 2008, just two days before Christmas.
    Rating:TV-14
    Director:   Julia Reichert
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  • There’s a struggle being waged in the U.S. today – over how we treat the animals that end up on our dinner plates. More than ten billion animals are raised for consumption in the U.S. every year, most on industrialized “factory farms.” Virtually no federal laws mandate the humane treatment of farm animals.
    Rating:TV-MA
    Director:   Sarah Teale
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  • Intrepid journalist/filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi unabashedly waves the flag in this uplifting and illuminating look at the naturalization process in America.
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  • Utah State Prison surveillance cameras capture this disturbing real-life account of the vicious stabbing of black inmate Lonnie Blackmon by convicted murderer, white supremacist Troy Kell and his accomplice Eric Daniels.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Marc Levin
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/10/2002
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  • Charismatic, charming and complex, Sergio Vieira de Mello was the UN's go-to guy, a man who could descend into the most dangerous places, charm the worst war criminals, and somehow protect the lives of the ordinary people to whom he'd devoted his life. Based on Pulitzer Prize-winning author Samantha Power’s biography Sergio, this film tells the gripping, inspiring story of his most treacherous mission yet—as the UN Special Representative to Iraq in 2003.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Greg Barker
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  • Cathouse: The Specials is a 2-Disc compilation of Cathouse: Sex, Guys and Videotapes; Cathouse: Three Ring Circus; Cathouse: What's on the Menu; Cathouse: Menage a Trois; The Best of Cathouse; and Cathouse: Come to the Party. This compilation shows familiar girls, new girls and a little bit of everything!
    Rating:TV-MA
    Director:   Patti Kaplan
    Price:$23.69
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  • Lily Dale, NY has the largest community of adults with the ability to communicate with the dead. No One Dies In Lily Dale follows these visitors on their emotional quests and the extraordinary interactions they have with Lily Dale’s unusual residents.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Steven Cantor
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  • El Espiritu de La Salsa – (The Spirit of Salsa) Lonely hearts from all over New York City meet in Spanish Harlem once a week at Santo Rico Dance School, where they learn to perform Salsa. The film follows a diverse cast of New Yorkers.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Tim Sternberg
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  • This 30-minute documentary takes an enlightening look at young people with a wide spectrum of learning differences, offering a compelling portrait of the ways in which these children are able to compensate by using their strengths to overcome their challenges.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Ellen Goosenberg Kent
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  • STUDS TERKEL: LISTENING TO AMERICA chronicles the life of America's greatest oral historian. Intermixed with the telling of Terkel's eccentric career -- as actor, musicologist, activist and bestselling author, -- are glimpses of this man's quintessentially American philosophy that every life counts; everyone's story is worth telling.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Eric Simonson
    Price:$17.49
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  • Emmy®-winning documentary series, Taxicab Confessions: New York, New York Parts 1-3 heads back to the familiar streets of the Big Apple to record more intimate nocturnal conversations with actual NYC taxicab passengers.
    Rating:TV-MA
    Director:   Harry Gantz
    Price:$23.69
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  • A profile of the greatest heavyweight boxer of his time who transcended not only his race, but also the sport of boxing, to personify America's struggle with the Nazis during WWII.
    Rating:PG
    Price:$17.49
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  • Hear and Now is a deeply personal memoir by Emmy® Award-winning filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky about her deaf parents’ decision to undergo risky cochlear implant surgery – the only one of its kind that can restore a sense.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Irene Taylor Brodsky
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2007
    Price:$17.49
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  • This Oscar®-nominated documentary is both a poignant profile of former Gov. Booth Gardner as he battles the physical and mental onslaught of Parkinson’s Disease, and an exploration of the contentious debate between proponents and foes of Initiative 1000, a controversial bill championed by Gardner that put assisted suicide to a vote in the State of Washington during the 2008 election.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Daniel Junge
    Price:$17.49
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  • Directed by award-winning filmmaker Rory Kennedy, Thank You, Mr. President: Helen Thomas at the White House profiles the iconic journalist, a legend in political reporting, who has covered the White House and every president since John F. Kennedy.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Rory Kennedy
    Price:$17.49
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  • From acclaimed director Kirby Dick (HBO's Showgirls: Glitz & Angst, Cinemax's Chain Camera and The End), this Academy Award-nominated and Sundance-selected feature documentary tells the deeply personal story of a man who confronts the trauma of past sexual abuse by a local priest, only to find his decision shatters his relationships with his family, community and faith.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Kirby Dick
    Theatrical Release Date: 07/01/2005
    Price:$17.49
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  • This one-hour documentary is an intimate, deeply moving tribute to American soldiers recently killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Bill Couturie
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/04/2004
    Price:$17.49
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  • Wide Awake is acclaimed documentary filmmaker Alan Berliner's uniquely personal tour through a lifelong obsession with insomnia.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Alan Berliner
    Cast:   William C. Dement
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/20/2006
    Price:$17.49
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  • Rosie O'Donnell and her family joined hundreds of other gay, lesbian, bisexual and straight families on a weeklong trip from New York City to the Bahamas and back.
    Rating:NR
    Cast:   Rosie O'Donnell, Kelli O'Donnell, Esera Tuaolo
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/06/2006
    Price:$17.49
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  • Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Paul Freedman joins a contingent of African Union peacekeeping forces in Darfur while a tragic and disturbing chapter in human history unfolds.
    Rating:NR
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/01/2007
    Price:$17.49
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  • This documentary follows the celebrated and controversial artist Spencer Tunick on his ambitious project: a one-year trek to all seven continents to take photographs of naked people.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Arlene Donnelly Nelson
    Cast:   Spencer Tunick
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/01/2003
    Price:$17.49
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  • HBO presents a fascinating portrait of two charismatic Oscar*-winners who share, along with a last name, a passion for movies, women, family, and taking risks.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Lee Grant
    Cast:   Michael Douglas, Kirk Douglas
    Price:$17.49
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  • Writer-director Jyll Johnstone and writer Barbara Ettinger were childhood friends; now grown up, they focus their attention on the two women who separately raised them, Martha and Ethel.
    Price:$17.49
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  • THE UCLA DYNASTY celebrates the unprecedented success of the UCLA men's basketball program under the leadership of legendary coach John Wooden.
    Rating:PG
    Price:$17.49
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  • In this emotionally jarring piece, award-winning filmmaker Rory Kennedy explores the dark events that occurred in 2003 at Abu Ghraib, the infamous Iraqi prison.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Rory Kennedy
    Price:$17.49
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