HIV+ youth bravely share their stories and battle stigma in this compelling documentary. The young men and women featured in the film offer a raw, uncensored look into their daily lives: the shock of receiving an HIV diagnosis, positive/negative dating, the truth about medication, and the realization that life is not over and there is a future.
In brief sections of archive footage, we also see the trial of Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi chief who organized the transportation of Jews to the concentration camps. In detail, Nagar tells us how he was a guard at this trial, and was eventually involved in Eichmann’s execution in 1962.
For 13 days in 1962, the world was on the brink of nuclear war. Krushchev’s decision to place nuclear weapons in Cuba sparked the Cuban Missile Crisis. But what’s relatively unknown is that he was responding to an earlier perceived threat from America: the stationing of nuclear weapons in Murge, Italy – within striking distance of the USSR. We reveal how Murge was transformed unwittingly into a theatre of the Cold War.
From Czarist Russia’s Moscow Art Theatre to Hollywood’s biggest film, narrator Gregory Peck joins an A-list of Hollywood stars to take us through the odyssey of two Russian born Hollywood legends: The great acting teacher Michael Chekhov and the amazing director George Shdanoff. With actors Anthony Quinn, Lloyd Bridges, Robert Stack, Jack Palance, Patricia Neal, Mala Powers and many more, we follow the lives of those who made Hollywood what it is today.
This doc profiles writers of the 20s, 30s, and 40s, known as the Pulp Fiction-era. These writers created the iconic characters who live on today in our collective hearts and imaginations. It has even been estimated that 90-95% of the top blockbusters in Hollywood movies, were based on the stories from the Pulp Fiction-era.
Our morning ritual speaks of our love affair with cotton: we throw off crisp cotton sheets, shower and dry ourselves with thick cotton towels, sweep fluffy cotton balls over our face, then slip on cotton panties, socks, t-shirts, jeans and jackets. With cotton so much in demand, we ask growers and seed developer Monsanto if the trade is fair, in a film that beats to the ancient rhythms of cotton production.