The history, politics, pleasure, and BS of wine told through opening ten very different bottles.
L.A BURNING: The Riots 25 Years Later explores the lives of the people at the flashpoint of the LA riots, 25 years after the uprising made national headlines and highlighted the racial divide in America. The film views the infamous intersection and the events that transpired there through the lens of the people who converged on the corner that has become known as the flashpoint and the people who called the place home long before the fires burned and brought national attention to their doorsteps. The film introduces the back-stories and long-term effects of a cross section of key actors at Florence and Normandie-rescuers, victims, law enforcement, rioters, media- and others. Twenty-five years later, the film shows reunions at the flashpoint; victims looking to overcome their fears as they return to the scene that has caused so much pain in their lives. And the film finds those who committed violent acts in a moment of anger and despair, reflecting on their actions and how their lives have been affected by their involvement. While this film is not limited to the actions of the Normandians who lived through the tumult, it\'s viewed through the lens of the people who experienced life-altering moments during the riots that began near or at the intersection of Florence and Normandie.
The story of the Scottish indie labels Fast Product and Postcard Records.
The remarkable story of Raleigh, the bicycle manufacturer who grew from humble beginnings in the backstreets of Nottingham to rapidly become the biggest bike maker in the world.
Two narratives -- the life cycle of a mother walrus and her calf, and the life of a polar bear and her cubs -- are used to illustrate the harsh realities of existence in the Arctic.
The 1970s was an extraordinary time of rebellion, of questioning every accepted idea: political activism, hedonism, protests, the sexual revolution, the women\'s movement, the civil rights movement, the music revolution, rage and liberation. Every standard by which we set our social and cultural clocks was either turned inside out or thrown away completely and reinvented. For American cinema, the 1970s was an era during which a new generation of filmmakers created work for a new kind of audience--moviegoers who were hungry for stories that reflected their own experiences and who were turning their backs on aged old studio formulas. As a result, emerging filmmakers influenced by foreign directors such as Godard, Kurosawa and Fellini coupled with the social climate and a struggling studio system, converged to create a new kind of moviemaking. Through their choice of material, filmmakers such as Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Robert Altman, Peter Bogdanovich, William Friedkin, Roger Corman and Paul Schrader revolutionized mainstream movies and for the first time personal visions were coming out of the studio system.
A Grateful Dead concert, focusing more on the band itself than on the odd collection of fans that attend their events.
The inside story of Alexander Litvinenko\'s murder in London and the subsequent international manhunt that led to the Kremlin, told in full for the first time, with exclusive access to key individuals.
Candy Darling was a fixture in the New York Off-Broadway scene in the 60s, in Warhol films such as Women in Revolt and Flesh, and became a prominent personality in Warhol\'s circles, influencing such noted contemporary artists as Madonna, David Bowie and Lou Reed. This documentary will use a series of interviews, archival footage, and images from Candy\'s home in Massapequa, NY. Archival footage includes rare 25 year old interviews conducted by Jeremiah Newton with members of Warhol\'s Factory and Tennessee Williams. The film features interviews with colleagues, contemporaries and friends of Candy, including John Waters, Peter Beard, Holly Woodlawn, Bob Colacello, Geraldine Smith, Pat Hackett and Ron Delsener.
Discovering the Real World of Harry Potter picks up where the blockbuster film and bestselling books leave off. This critically-acclaimed documentary explores the myths and legends that ...
An insight into what life is like for well-known \"Harry Potter\" author J.K. Rowling as she finishes the final book in the series.
This special contains Kathy Griffin\'s performance at the San Diego Civic Center in San Diego, CA on September 26, 2009.
This special contains Kathy Griffin\'s performance at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, CA on September 24, 2010.
Frontline investigates for-profit colleges and universities. It examines their recruitment methods, their online curriculum, and connections to big business.
A true story of the vaping revolution and tragic corruption leading to a billion deaths around the world.
At the heart of the Apollo program was the special band of brothers in Mission Control. The feature documentary film Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo tells their stories, describing the rural homesteads and smokestack towns they came from, and the remarkable team they became. The film consists of interviews with those who worked in Mission Control and astronauts, enhanced by extraordinary archive, stunning VFX and an original orchestral score. The film covers the first journeys to the moon by Apollo 8 and Apollo 11, and the huge effort required to save the crew of Apollo 13.
Explores the creative process of Nick Cave and his band as the singer struggles an unspoken personal tragedy.
Daniel Radcliffe Being Harry Potter: N/A
In New York\'s West Village, the elderly residents of a unique artist community continue to question, challenge and create as though there is no tomorrow.
With over 3.5 billion cell phone users around the world, thousands of cell phone towers popping up in people\'s neighborhoods, children\'s schools and neighbor\'s rooftops, people are starting...
Four African American women, profane and brassy, bring stand-up comedy to the Orpheum Theater in Memphis, Tennessee. Miss Laura Hayes opens the show and serves as emcee. She tells family ...
This inspirational and heartfelt documentary follows four well-known entertainers in the deaf community: a comic, a drummer, an actor and a singer as they attempt to cross over and reach mainstream audiences. These uniquely talented deaf entertainers of various disciplines overcome great challenges on their way to personal triumphs and professional success. Bob, a drummer in the world\'s only deaf rock band, Beethoven\'s Nightmare, produces the largest show in the band\'s 30 year history; CJ, a hugely famous and internationally renowned comic in the Deaf world, but virtually unknown to hearing audiences, fights to cross over to the mainstream by producing the first international sign language theatre festival in Los Angeles; Robert, a brilliant actor who teaches at Juilliard, struggles to survive when he becomes homeless, his health compromised by HIV; and TL, a hard of hearing singer finds herself caught between the hearing and deaf communities when she attracts her first major producer to record her first CD \"Not Deaf Enough.\" Chronicled with rare intimacy and candor, SEE WHAT I\'M SAYING: THE DEAF ENTERTAINERS DOCUMENTARY is the first open captioned commercial film in American history. At the same time, it opens the door to deaf culture as it allows the sign language in the film to be accessible to all audiences. Director Hilari Scarl captures with insight and honesty the humor and emotion, the struggles and obstacles these performers face daily, not just on stage but in life.
The Beatles. Their story is told for the very first time using original rare film and video of the band, including home movies, concert footage, newsreels and photographs from private collections. There are also interviews with those who surrounded the band, and those who were there from the very start. Also included is an exclusive interview with fan and star in his own right, Phil Collins. For the first time we can see The Beatles relaxed, at play, on and off stage, on film and is a rare glimpse inside the lives of four musicians who shook the world.
Bill Engvall, Ron \"Tater Salad\" White, Jeff Foxworthy, and Larry \"The Cable Guy\" return onstage to give some funny redneck laughs and humorous spins on everyday affairs.
There is a mystery there and the answer lies somewhere between Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Miami. Hundreds of boats and planes have disappeared in the ocean with little or no trace at all. Most of these cases can be explained quite easily by human error or bad weather. But there are some that defy all explanation. Theories abound on these causes: Aliens, massive gas eruptions and freak waves. The documentary reveals that the boats and planes face a real danger in a triangle, but the true threat is often as strange as the wildest theory.
Mary Magdalene: Art\'s Scarlet Woman: Waldemar Januzczak explores the impact of Mary Magdalene\'s myth on art and artists. In art all Christian saints are inventions but Mary Magdalene has been the subject of more invention and re-invention than any other.
Former MP and rock\'n\'roll fanatic Louise Mensch meets AC/DC\'s Brian Johnson.
Emmy Award-winning comedian Dana Carvey brings his riotous impressions, perceptions and impersonations to this one-hour stand-up special taped live at the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa, California. The former Saturday Night Live (1975) and Wayne\'s World (1992) star touches on politics, permissive parenting, religion, aging, global warming, government conspiracies, disastrous family vacations, fear of flying, Scientology, safe sex, teenagers and more while presenting hilarious impersonations of famous figures including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Andy Rooney and others.
A look on how Multi level Marketing companies do their business and how it affects on people\'s lives.
How do you put a life into 500 words? Ask the staff obituary writers at the New York Times. OBIT is a first-ever glimpse into the daily rituals, joys and existential angst of the Times obit...
The background of the 2003 murder of Baylor basketball player Patrick Dennehy and the attempted, related cover-up of NCAA violations rampant in the Baylor basketball program by Coach Dave Bliss.
The atmosphere and events of the second Glastonbury Festival, held in 1971.
Depeche Mode prepares for the 101st and final concert of its massive world tour at the Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena, California, while a group of fans who won a contest travel to the concert through the United States on a bus.