This music documentary explores and reclaims the legacy of the six-week 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival. It features unpublished footage of performances by Nina Simone, B.B. King, Sly and the Family Stone, Stevie Wonder, and Gladys Knight & the Pips at Mount Morris Park (now Marcus Garvey Park).
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Summer Of Soul (Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (Spot)
Written and directed by investigative journalist Dinesh D'Souza, the documentary examines systematic voter fraud taking place during the 2020 presidential election in the United States. Researchers use geotracking and video evidence to demonstrate how the voting process was manipulated by the Democratic Party to alter the election's final outcome.
Elvis sings new songs and old favorites in the '68 special marking his return to live performance. Originally titled "Singer Presents... Elvis," the special features then-new songs "If I Can Dream" and "Memories," as well as favorite hits
Documentary filmmaker Caleb Price partners with noteworthy actor and Evangelical Christian Kirk Cameron to assess the interconnectivity between faith and education. Candid interviews with families from across the United States shed light on the issues children face in their formative years due to flaws in the American public school system and the initiatives many motivated parents take to provide stable, insightful, and engaging educational opportunities to their children.
The incredible story of the creation and rise of legendary rock 'n' roll band Queen. As lead singer Freddie Mercury begins to indulge in a hedonistic and damagingly wild lifestyle, the band soon begins to face an existential crisis and must find a way to stay together before it's too late.
This documentary follows Gabrielle Giffords, a retired U.S. politician who served in the U.S. House of Representatives. Gabby is a survivor of a horrific 2021 assassination attempt, which has left her partially paralyzed and with language impairment. Gabby formerly served in Arizona's 8th Congressional District. Directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West shed light on the incident and document Giffords' resilience in the aftermath.
Experience the ultimate in cinematic shock and horror as Dr. Francis Gross (Michael Carr) leads viewers on a guided exploration of that fateful moment when the spark of life is brutally snuffed out. Everybody dies -- it's the fate we all face from the moment we're born. There's simply no escape from the encroaching darkness, and in this film we're offered a firsthand glimpse at the many ways that life can end. From airplane crashes to railway disasters, some of us meet a spectacular end while others fall prey to hungry wildlife predators, an assassin's bullet, or - as in the case of some condemned prisoners - get strapped into the electric chair and blasted into the afterlife with over 2000 volts of pure electricity. With Dr. Gross as our guide, we bear witness to death in its many forms -- even visiting a debauched death cult that mixes the ecstasy of sex with the sweet release of that final moment. Horrific glimpses of animal slaughter reveal the cruelty man can unleash upon creatures lower on the food-chain, and authentic autopsy footage indulges our morbid curiosities about our final stop on the way to the grave.