When a brutal murder occurs on an American Indian reservation, four teenagers put their friendship to the test as they fight for justice.
Sunshine State movie trailer - starring Timothy Hutton, Angela Bassett, Jane Alexander, Miguel Ferrer, Edie Falco, Ralph Waite. Directed by John Sayles. Genre: Drama
Firestorm: Last Stand At Yellowstone movie trailer - starring Brian Markinson, Richard Burgi, Scott Foley. Directed by John Lafia. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A forest ranger has more to fight than a raging fire when he finds a group of escaped cons using the blaze as a smoke-screen to cover their tracks.
Firestorm starring Scott Glenn, William Forsythe, Howie Long
When his best friend's father dies, a Native funds their trip to deal with the remains in Smoke Signals (1998).
Narration by Evan Adams from the original stories by screenwriter Sherman Alexie, the opening of director Chris Eyre's acclaimed Smoke Signals, 1998, also starring Adam Beach, Irene Bedard and Gary Farmer.
Director Bruce McDonald explores live in a northern Ontario native reservation. This Canadian drama based on a book by W.P. Kinsella, examines the tension between Native Canadians and Anglos in Canada from a Native perspective.
Amid the clash of European and Native American cultures following the founding of Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607, the legendary romance of an English explorer, Captain John Smith (international superstar Colin Farrell - Alexander), and a beautiful Indian princess, Pocahontas (Q'orianka Kilcher), is transformed into a sweeping exploration of love, loss and discovery, both a celebration and an elegy for the America that was . . . and the America that was yet to come. The forbidden love of the passionate, noble young native and the ambitious soldier of fortune puts the pair at odds with their undeniable obligations to their own people and the inescapable demands of the human heart in the historical adventure epic The New World.
This romantic epic brings to life the tale of Pocahontas and her relationship with adventurer John Smith set during the turbulent beginnings of America.
Amid the clash of European and Native American cultures following the founding of Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607, the legendary romance of an English explorer, Captain John Smith, and a beautiful Indian princess, Pocahontas, is transformed into a sweeping exploration of love, loss and discovery, both a celebration and an elegy for the America that was...and the America that was yet to come. The forbidden love of the passionate, noble young native and the ambitious soldier of fortune puts the pair at odds with their undeniable obligations to their own people and the inescapable demands of the human heart in the historical adventure epic THE NEW WORLD. Starring Colin Farrell, Christian Bale, Q'orianka Kilcher and Golden Globe-nominee and Emmy Award-winner Christopher Plummer. Written and Directed by Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Terrence Malick.
From acclaimed writer/director John Sayles (Lone Star, Passion Fish) comes an unforgettable portrait of a richly diverse Florida town threatened by real estate developers. Edie Falco, Angela Bassett and Timothy Hutton lead a remarkable ensemble. A tidal wave of change is coming to Delrona Beach, Florida. Out-of-state developers have descended upon the sleepy coastal community with the promise of big bucks and bigger changes. Torn between honoring family obligations and the lure of quick cash, the locals greet the outsiders with a wildly mixed reception. Marly (Falco, TV's "The Sopranos") is eager to sell the family business and start her life over. As caretaker to her father's motel and restaurant, she's grown resentful of missed opportunities but finds a glimmer of hope in a tentative romance with a visiting landscape architect (Oscar winner Timothy Hutton). Desiree (Oscar nominee Angela Bassett) left town years ago to escape scandal and make a name for herself as an actress. Reluctantly returning home, she finds her strong-willed mother (Mary Alice) unwilling to let go of the past. Co-starring Mary Steenburgen, James McDaniel, Jane Alexander and Ralph Waite, "Sunshine State" is a winning tribute to everyone who lives and works in a land of dreams realized and dreams deferred.
Two woman return to their hometown roots in coastal northern Florida and must deal with family business and encroaching real estate development.
In the spring of 1805, Tenskwatawa, a Shawnee, fell into a trance so deep that those around him believed he had died. When he finally stirred, the young prophet claimed to have met the Master of Life. He told those who crowded around to listen that the Indians were in dire straits because they had adopted white culture and rejected traditional spiritual ways. For several years Tenskwatawa's spiritual revival movement drew thousands of adherents from tribes across the Midwest. His elder brother, Tecumseh, would harness the energies of that renewal to create an unprecedented military and political confederacy of often antagonistic tribes, all committed to stopping white westward expansion. The brothers came closer than anyone since to creating an Indian nation that would exist alongside and separate from the United States. The dream of an independent Indian state may have died at the Battle of the Thames, when Tecumseh was killed fighting alongside his British allies, but the great Shawnee warrior would live on as a potent symbol of Native pride and pan-Indian identity. This is the second of a 5-part American Experience mini-series.
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