Diving Deep: The Life and Times of Mike deGruy, tells the story of Mike deGruy, an irrepressibly curious and enthusiastic underwater filmmaker who died suddenly in 2012. DeGruy filmed the oceans for more than three decades becoming as famous for his on camera storytelling as for his glorious, intimate visions of the sea and the creatures who live in it. Inspired to share his legacy as a filmmaker and storyteller, and to spread his mission for protecting the ocean, his wife and filmmaking partner Mimi deGruy returned to the edit room to produce Diving Deep: The Life and Times of Mike deGruy.
Based on Henry James' novel with the same title. It's the fall of 1850, a few miles outside Boston. The household of the dour Mr. Wentworth receives two unannounced visitors from Europe, Eugenia and Felix, the daughter and son of his half sister. Gertrude, one of Wentworth's two daughters, is instantly infatuated with her cousins, thinking them sophisticated and worldly. She turns her back on the local Unitarian minister, Mr. Brand, who has been calling on her, to delight in the pleasure and amusement Felix offers. Another wealthy neighbor, Mr. Acton, is attracted to Eugenia, who is going through a divorce with a European aristocrat. Are the Americans being used by the penniless Europeans? Or is there real affection?
Brooke is starting over in a new town with her mom and wealthy stepdad when she befriends a new guy she meets at school, which leads to her being abducted from her own home. When Brooke’s mother Shannon realizes what’s happened, she takes it on herself to find her daughter–and soon ends up on a collision course with a deadly kidnapper.
Comedy, The N-Word, love & pain – but what don’t you know about Richard Pryor? New interviews & surprising new y on the trailblazing career and legacy of Richard Pryor. From being raised in a brothel, to his rise up the comedy ranks, The Last Days of Richard Pryor offers a peak inside the late comedian's world, as told by those close to him. The documentary explores Pryor’s personal life (including his seven marriages), and his unabashed comedic style “that showcased the world of black America through the lens of stand-up comedy.” The film includes never-before-seen excerpts from Pryor’s sit down with Barbara Walters where he opened up about his “complicated childhood” and the driving force behind his success.
After the death of her estranged sister Nikki, with whom she'd hadn't seen since they were separated in foster care, Carly is surprised to learn that she is named in Nikki's will as guardian of her adopted daughter Mallie. Upon moving across the country to honor her sister's wishes, Carly quickly realizes that not only was Mallie left a substantial inheritance, but that not everyone is happy about the existence of a long lost sister. Someone else wants custody of rich Mallie, and they aren't going to let Carly stand in their way for much longer.
Pappu Mishra is the creator and host of a reality show called Musibat Odh Li Maine. Baba Bhandari, a big name in politics and crime, is offended with his reportage. Incidentally, the two belong to the same town, so when Pappu comes back for Diwali, Bhandari kidnaps him. A lively girl named Mandira saves Pappu, but later both Bhandari and Pappu end up falling for her. As chaos reigns in the town, how will the two men deal with the situation?
The Battle of Little Bighorn lasted nearly 24 hours on June 25, 1876, but the stage had been set decades earlier as settlers, prospectors, and business people began encroaching on Native Americans' sacred land. From the Lakota Sioux facing broken treaties to the attacks that ultimately led up to Bighorn, follow these events unfold. Then, see how this pivotal moment in history marked the beginning of the end of freedom on the Great Plains, the birth of an American cliche, and an ongoing fight for identity against the tyranny of progress.
Two close high school grads convince their parents to let them go on a road trip up the California coast before they go off to college. They run into many obstacles along the way, jeopardizing more than just their trip…
In this timely and fearless personal documentary, director Ofra Bloch engages with the people she was raised to hate and dismiss. Seen as a victim in one context and a perpetrator in the next, the film points towards a future – an “afterward” – that attempts to live with the truths of history in order to make sense of the present.
In one of the most dangerous missions of the war, an American B-17 pilot volunteers to fly a surrendered Messerschmidt 109 on a daring flight through the heart of Germany to try to prevent the people of London from being terrorized by the V-2 rockets. "Rocket Hunter" tells the story of an amazing pilot and his bombardier brother from the time they are teenagers dreaming of taking to the skies to the dark days of January 1945.
The Heretic is a short film created by Unity’s Demo team. With ”The Heretic”, the team used every aspect of Unity’s High Definition Rendering Pipeline, created advanced effects with the VFX Graph, and undertook the challenge of creating a realistic digital human.
An Amazonian chief’s 12-year-old daughter gets lost and kidnapped. While she is in the hands of a dishonest government official, the chief mistakenly captures an American banker only to find that he is behind the construction of a massive dam destroying his people.
Country songwriter Luke Dick spent his toddler years living in the Red Dog, the rowdiest and most popular strip club in Oklahoma City. Now 30 years later, Luke has a toddler and a newborn of his own. As he began asking his mom questions about his own childhood, she turned out to be more hilariously forthcoming than he ever imagined.
Born out of crime and largely marginalized by mainstream society emerges the story of Car Spinning in South Africa. Car spinning is South Africa's first original motorsport, unique for its longstanding popularity, where hustlers and dreamers of modest means become heroes.
When Chinese state television blames his faith for a fiery public suicide, Chen Ruichang is detained in a Clockwork Orange-style brainwashing facility and forced to accept the government's account. But Chen, a former insider of the state TV himself, believes it was all a government plot. A CNN reporter who smuggled out footage of the event is muzzled by Beijing. But her eyewitness testimony helps untangle an intricate conspiracy, as Chinese authorities begin pressuring the filmmaker's family and business associates.