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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Spirit of '45, The (2013)
1945 was a pivotal year in British history. After defeating fascism, the people of Britain sought a more equal society in which the elites did not control all the resources and the working classes had access to healthcare, housing and social care. Under a newly elected Labour Government led by Cleme
2.
Dolphin Boy (2012)
Suffering from severe post-traumatic stress disorder, teenager Morad begins dolphin-assisted therapy and makes a remarkable three-year recovery.
3.
Boy Who Was a King, The (2011)
A look at the strange history of Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha who became Bulgaria's tsar at age 6, then was exiled during years of communism and returned to be elected Prime Minister.
4.
Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010)
Viewers are offered a rare look inside Chauvet Cave in southern France, site of the oldest known human-made pictorial creations, which are believed to be over 30,000 years old.
5.
I Am Slave (2010)
Based on a true story about slave trading in contemporary London.
6.
Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010)
Viewers are offered a rare look inside Chauvet Cave in southern France, site of the oldest known human-made pictorial creations, which are believed to be over 30,000 years old.
7.
Kids Grow Up, The (2010)
Filmmaker Doug Block focuses his camera on his only child Lucy, 17, as she is about to leave for college. As her departure nears, Block reflects on their close relationship, her coming-of-age, and their deep conversations. His wife Marjorie copes with Lucy's departure in her own way. Together, the c
8.
Act of God (2009)
Follows seven stories from around the world that explore the metaphysical effects of being struck by lightning, an event that can precipitate questions about chance, inevitability, faith, doubt and the meaning of life.
9.
1974: The Red Riding Trilogy Part 1 (2009)
Yorkshire - a time of paranoia, mistrust and institutionalized police corruption. Rookie journalist Eddie Dunford is determined to search for the truth in an increasingly complex maze of lies and deceit that characterises a police investigation into a series of child abductions.
10.
1 Day (2009)
Flash wakes up to a phone call from Angel who announces he is being released from prison and wants the five-hundred thousand pounds he left with Flash for safekeeping. Short of the full amount and pressed for time, Flash is forced to strike a deal with Evil who more than lives up to his name.
11.
1980: The Red Riding Trilogy Part 2 (2009)
The "Ripper" has tyrannized Yorkshire for six long years and with the local police failing to make any progress, the Home Office sends in Manchester officer Peter Hunter to review the investigation. Having previously made enemies in the Yorkshire force while investigating a shooting incident in 197
12.
1983: The Red Riding Trilogy Part 3 (2009)
Another young girl has disappeared and Detective Chief Superintendent Maurice Jobson recognizes some alarming similarities to the abductions in 1974, forcing him to come to terms with the fact that he may have helped convict the wrong man. When local solicitor John Piggott is persuaded to fight thi
13.
Shock Doctrine, The (2009)
Examines the rise of disaster capitalism, a doctrine which enables governments and global companies to exploit the economies of countries affected by wars, terrorist attacks or natural catastrophes.
14.
Vinyan (2008)
A mother travels to Thailand to find her lost child.
15.
Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
Poppy, an irrepressibly freespirited school teacher, brings an infectious laugh and an unsinkable sense of optimism to every situation she encounters. Poppy's ability to maintain her perspective is tested when her commuter bike is stolen. However, she signs up for driving lessons with Scott, who tur
16.
Rough Aunties (2008)
The Rough Aunties protect and care for the abused, neglected and forgotten children of Durban, South Africa.
17.
Hunger (2008)
Maze Prison in Northern Ireland, 1981. The infamous H-Blocks is where Irish republican prisoners are on the Blanket and No-Wash protest. It is a living hell for both prisoner and prison officer as the H-Block leader, Bobby Sands, pursues various tactics to help his fellow republicans re-establish th
18.
It's a Free World... (2007)
Angie gets sacked from the recruitment agency where she works for bad behavior in public. With immigrants desperate to work for her, she seizes her opportunity and teams up with her flat mate, Rose, to run a similar business from their kitchen.
19.
It's a Free World... (2007)
Angie gets sacked from the recruitment agency where she works for bad behavior in public. With immigrants desperate to work for her, she seizes her opportunity and teams up with her flat mate, Rose, to run a similar business from their kitchen.
20.
My Enemy's Enemy (2007)
Centers on the life of Klaus Barbie, the Nazi and "Butcher of Lyons" who lived undisturbed in Bolivia for many years after World War II, but was caught, tried and convicted in the 1980s for war crimes. Focuses particularly on Barbie's involvement with the CIA, which reportedly employed him for years
21.
Boy A (2007)
Jack has a terrible secret. He is really the notorious Boy A who committed a terrible crime when he was just a child. Recently released from a juvenile prison, he enters a world he has never been part of. He is haunted by his grim past, and is more a boy than a man at 24. His caseworker Terry se
22.
Young@Heart (2007)
Young@Heart is a New England senior citizens chorus that has delighted audiences worldwide with their covers of songs by everyone from The Clash to Coldplay. Based in Northampton, Massachusetts, the group is made up of two dozen spirited seniors who specialize in reinterpreting rock, punk and R & B
23.
Jihad for Love, A (2007)
Explores the complex global intersections between Islam and homosexuality by illuminating multiple stories as diverse as Islam itself and depicting lives from India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa and France.
24.
Boy A (2007)
Jack has a terrible secret. He is really the notorious Boy A who committed a terrible crime when he was just a child. Recently released from a juvenile prison, he enters a world he has never been part of. He is haunted by his grim past, and is more a boy than a man at 24. His caseworker Terry se
25.
Mosquito Problem & Other Stories, The (2007)
Tells the epic story of the village of Belene: a village turned concentration camp, turned city, turned nuclear power plant. Belene's population is a tale of ideologies, mass murder, guilt, hope for redemption and billions of mosquitoes.
26.
Exodus (2007)
About a politician who puts all of society's "unwanted"--the unemployed, social deviants, drug addicts and alcoholics, criminals and people of certain races--in a fenced-in community on the site of the old funfair.
27.
Death of a President (2006)
An unknown gunman assassinates George W. Bush. A couple of years later, an investigative documentary is made. It features all the people involved that fateful day: the protestors outside a Chicago hotel; the suspects in the shooting and their families; the Secret Service men who failed to protect th
28.
Almost Adult (2006)
A pair of teen girls relocate to the United Kingdom while helping each other deal with the horrors from their pasts.
29.
Ghosts (2006)
Ai Qin, a young Chinese girl from Fujian, borrows $25,000 to pay the Snakehead gang to smuggle her into the UK so she can support her son and family back in China. Once in the UK, she becomes another one of three million migrant workers that are the bedrock of its food supply chain, construction and
30.
Georgi i peperudite (2005)
A group portrait of the director of a crumbling psychiatric hospital, its wards and staff. Psychiatrist and neurologist Georgi Lulchev is an idealist and dreamer. For therapeutic and practical reasons, he wants to involve his patients in business enterprises, travelling to all kinds of different far
31.
Deal, The (2004)
The true story abot the relationship between England's Prime Minister, Tony Blair and the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown following how they went from close allies in the development of the new Labor party to the divide that grew between them when Blair dishonored an agreement between them
32.
Dark Roots: The Unauthorized Anna Nicole (2003) as Production Company
Unauthorized biography that pierces the mystery of Anna Nicole Smith's early days by interviewing family and friends from her past.
33.
Biggie & Tupac (2002) as Production Company
When rapper Notorious B.I.G. (aka Biggie Smalls) died in a hail of bullets outside the Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angeles in March of 1997, it appeared to be the latest salvo in the East Coast/West Coast rap/gang rivalry that had claimed the life of Tupac Shakur six months earlier in Las Vegas.
34.
Hotel (2001)
This experimental ensemble piece splits the screen between four simultaneous storylines: the filming of a period movie, a documentary about the making of that movie, a murder plot, and a bizarre maid service. The four stories ultimately converge during the festivites of the Venice Carnival.
35.
Runaway (2001) as Production Company
Follows the stories of five Iranian girls, forced to flee their homes as a result of abuse and intolerable restrictions, who find help and support in a refuge for young women in Tehran. Some of the girls eventually return to their families, thanks to the determination and patience shown by Mrs Shira
36.
Facing the Music (2001) as Production Company
A look at what's really happening in our contemporary universities. In particular, the University of Sydney's music department where Professor Ann Boyd has been struggling with budget cuts and bureaucracy for a decade or more. Despite her formidable determination, her passion for music and commitmen
37.
Settlers (2000) as Production Company
Tension mounts to the boiling point as Jewish "settlers" encroach upon the formerly exclusive Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem. On the other end of the Israeli political spectrum, the state complies with international demands to relinquish territory to the Palestinians. Such schizophrenic splits only
38.
Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition, The (2000) as Production Company
Story of Ernest Shackleton's explorations of Antarctica and the troubles his group encounters.
39.
Man Who Bought Mustique, The (2000) as Production Company
In 1956 British entrepreneur Colin Tennant purchased the Caribbean island of Mustique for a small amount of money and developed it into a posh resort. Visited by numerous rock stars and royalty in the 1960s and 70s, Tennant eventually lost ownership and control of the island due to poor financial ha
40.
Natural History of the Chicken, The (2000) as Production Company
A study of the relationships Americans have with poultry as food, pet, and sport.
41.
Valley, The (2000) as Production Company
Filmmaker Dan Reed and his crew spent most of 1998 in the Drenica Valley, recording the brutal civil war in Kosovo. Footage of victims and interviews with soldiers, guerilla fighters and civilians gives voice to both sides of the conflict, but offers little hope for resolve.
42.
Gambler, The (1999)
A mix of fact and fiction which tells the story of Dostoyevsky's struggles as an impoverished, gambling-addicted writer and his relationship with the stenographer hired to take dictation of his novel "The Gambler." The story-within-a-story parallels the romance between Dostoyevsky and Anna with that
43.
Remember Me? (1999)
Lorna and Ian are married suburbanites whose boring lives are frustrated by the fact the she could have been a promising novelist and he is now unemployed. Into their living room pops Jamie, Lorna's boyfriend from 20 years ago who is now a millionaire businessman. What starts out as a harmless stop
44.
Mr. Death: the Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr. (1999) as Production Company
Fred A. Leuchter, Jr., an engineer from Massachusettes decided to become the "Florence Nightengale of Death Row"--a humanitarian, a humanist, whose mission was to design and repair gas chambers, electric chairs, lethal injection systems and gallows. He became renowned in his field and was eventually
45.
Sound and Fury (1999) as Production Company
About a controversial medical breakthrough for hearing-impaired children.
46.
Dancing At Lughnasa (1998)
In Donegal in 1936, the five Mundy sisters live on their family farm, eking out a precarious existance. All are single: Kate, the eldest and most middle-aged in attitude; Maggie, dependable Agnes; Rose, who is having a secret affair with a married man; and Christina, who has a son by a man who is ne
47.
Classified X (1998)
An examination of how Melvin Van Peebles' 1971 landmark film "Sweet Sweetback's Baadassss Song" signaled an important moment in American cinema by deconstructing the negative images of African-Americans portrayed by Hollywood in the days of the "Studio System."
48.
Buena Vista Social Club (1998) as Production Company
Documentary focusing on the relationship between American music star Ry Cooder and a veteran group of Cuban musicians. Cooder worked to reunite as many of Havana's old guard as possible, first for the hugely successful Buena Vista Social Club album, and then for another record and shows in Havana, N
49.
Junk Mail (1997)
A bored and frustratred Oslo mailman begins stealing other people's mail and becomes involved in a series of comic misadventures.
50.
Investigator, The (1997) as Production Company
A drama about the official persecution and victimization of lesbians in the British Armed Forces during the 1980's.
51.
100 Years of Polish Cinema (1996)
Elderly people, one age 100, talk emotionally about prewar films they loved, mostly romances and operettas and stars they adored.
52.
Kama Sutra (1996)
An epic tale of love and desire infused with all the pageantry, passion and vibrant color of 16th century India. Tara, a noble princess, and Maya, a palace servant girl, have been raised together as childhood friends and rivals. While Tara wears fine silks and jewels and learns the etiquette of the
53.
Crimetime (1996)
Set in the world of TV tabloid journalism, the film tells the story of an actor who portrays a serial killer on a crime re-enactment show, only to have the actual murderer thrill in the dramatic popularity of his crimes.
54.
Russian Idea, The (1996)
Recounting one of the world's greatest cinematic cannons: the polemical nature of Russian filmmaking as it applies to the history of Soviet helming.
55.
Irish Cinema - Ourselves Alone? (1996)
About the struggle to create a truly Irish cinema in what is probably, one of the world's most photographed nations.
56.
True Blue (1996)
Based on the true story of the 1987 Oxford University boat race mutiny and coach Dan Topolski's miraculous training of a haggard, rag-tag team into a winning outfit.
57.
Wat's Pig (1996) as Production Company
In this comedy set in the Middle Ages, two noble twins are separated at birth and grow up apart. One of them grows up in a castle. The other, Wat, is brought up by a friendly pig and becomes a poor peasant. Neither knows of the other's existence. While the Earl lives a comfortable and fat life, Wat
58.
Perverted Justice (1996)
Through interviews with imprisoned women, their lawyers, and prominent lesbian scholars, a look at the disproportionate number of lesbians on death row in the United States.
59.
Blue Juice (1996)
A surfer named JC, approaching his 30th birthday, is torn between the sea and his girlfriend Chloe. The sudden arrival in Cornwall of three old schoolfriends, each with problems of their own, brings matters to a head.
60.
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995)
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese's entry in the BFI's "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director's need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
61.
Night of the Film-Makers, The (1995)
A series of interviews with living filmmakers about German film history.
62.
Run Of The Country, The (1995)
Following the death of his mother, 18-year-old Danny is lost and bereft. Danny runs away from his father, a stern man who loves his son but cannot express his feelings, and teams up with Prunty, a wild local character. Prunty is Ireland: outrageous, cunning, daring and loyal. The run of the country,
63.
Cinema on the Road (1995)
Presented by noted helmer/former critic Jang Sun-woo, a documentary road movie in which Jang, himself, having shot 10,000 feet of film in Seoul, and still unable to pin down a "definition" of Korean cinema, sets out on the road. In fact, it's an excuse to run through a whole raft of political, histo
64.
2 X 50 Years of French Cinema (1995)
Presented by legendary helmer Jean-Luc Godard and his collaborator Anne-Marie Mieville--a collection of personal views on French cinema by various noted filmmakers.
65.
Cinema of Tears (1995)
Presented by noted Brazilian helmer Nelson Pereira dos Santos, a story which attempts to break the "Century of Cinema" format by presenting an analysis of the melodrama genre within a melodramatic context. Thus, in establishing a fictional side, the picture revolves around Rodrigo, a renowned Brazil
66.
Cinema of Unease: A Personal Journey By Sam Neill (1995)
An autobiographical account of the cinema of New Zealand by one of its key actors, Sam Neill.
67.
100 Years of Japanese Cinema (1995)
Presented by helmer Nagisa Oshima, a collection of personal views on Japanese cinema by various noted filmmakers.
68.
Typically British (1995)
A survey of a century of British filmmakers, their films and their industry.
70.
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995) as Production Company
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese's entry in the BFI's "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director's need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
71.
Ulysses' Gaze (1995) as Production Company
One man's journey in the modern Balkans of poverty, conflict, fanaticism, and war. A story built on the myth of Ulysses, a journey and a quest from Florina to Corytsa and the old Monastery, to Philipoupolis, Bucharest and Costanza on the Black Sea with its memories of Greece, and from there over the
72.
England, My England (1995) as Production Company
A musical biopic which profiles England's "first great composer" Henry Purcell who--amidst some of London's most tragic events: the great plague, the fire of London, and the freezing winter of 1684 when the Thames froze over--managed to crank out more than 1,000 compositions in 16 years, before dyin
73.
Elefante y la Bicicleta, El (1995)
Set in 1925 on an island off Cuba's coast, a fable about an ex-con who returns to his island bringing a silent movie projector and a print of a version of "Robin Hood." For the islanders, this "movie watching" is a new, fantastical experience. However, things get a little tricky, when repeated viewi
74.
Oleanna (1994)
Based on David Mamet's two character play about sexual harassment, focusing on a male professor accused of harassing a female student.
75.
Death and the Maiden (1994)
On a stormy night, at a secluded beach house, somewhere in Latin America, a chance encounter with Dr. Roberto Miranda leads to an intense confrontation with Paulina Escobar who was subjected to systematic torture fifteen years ago and now believes that she may have found the man responsible. Once Mi
76.
Pin for the Butterfly, A (1994)
Portrait of a family in 1950s Czechoslovakia, as seen through the eyes of a young girl who interprets political events in her own unique way, blurring fact with imagination and fantasy.
77.
Madness Of King George, The (1994)
The life of times of King George III, who lapsed in and out of occasional comas due to a metabolic imbalance. The King's son, the Prince of Wales, took advantage of those times, trying to seize power.
78.
Loaded (1994)
Seven friends gather together to film an amateur horror movie in a dilapidated country mansion. Though outwardly they appear to be prepared for the world, each of them arrives at the remote house in chaotic inner turmoil. Throughout the weekend, the group films a darkly comical Celtic fantasy, but s
79.
Carmen Miranda: Bananas Is My Business (1994) as Production Company
Born in 1909, Carmen Miranda was already famous in Brazil during the 1930s; her discovery by Broadway impressario Lee Shubert in 1939 made her an international star. The film tracks Miranda's astonishing ascent in popularity, from dirt-poor singer and dancer in Rio de Janeiro to Broadway and Hollywo
80.
London (1994)
After a seven-year absence, the film's unseen "narrator" returns to London and explores the city and its environs with a former lover.
81.
Second Best (1994)
James is a silent, angry boy living in an orphanage, haunted by the memory of his father, who is serving time in jail. Graham Holt is a middle-aged postmaster living a quiet, isolated life. Now that his mother is dead, Holt is nursing his invalid father and is haunted by the emptiness of his existence. After seeing an advertisement for adoption, Holt applies to become a father to James. Neither James, who hasn't seen his father in years but loves him with an undying loyalty, nor Holt is prepared for the changes they must undergo, the truths they must face, or the risks they must take before they can learn to make a family of their own.
82.
In Custody (1994)
A teacher tries to get past a great poet's feuding wives to interview the man.
83.
Amateur (1994)
Isabelle is a former nun trying to make a living writing pornography, who claims to be a nymphomaniac, although she has never had sex. She falls in love with Thomas, who is handsome, sensitive, but unfortunately, suffering from amnesia. They soon realize Thomas's past is linked to Sofia, a once noto
84.
Roseanne and Tom: Behind the Scenes (1994)
A television movie about the on-again, off-again marriage of Tom Arnold and Roseanne.
85.
Remembrance of Things Fast (1994)
The juxtaposition of gay self-perception with the view from the "outside world."
86.
Black Light (1994)
Guyot, a hologram engineer with a shady past, must prove that French authorities are responsible for the murder of his best friend. As the supposedly sole eyewitness, it is Guyot's word against the French powers-that-be, until he learns of another eyewitness, an illegal immigrant from Mali who's bee
87.
In the Name of the Duce (1994)
Through charting the unsuccessful mayoral campaign of legislator Alessandra Mussolini--grandaughter of Benito--this documentary exposes how closely connected the recently formed, neo-fascist Alleanza Nazionale party is to the dangerous old-style fascism of Benito.
88.
To the Starry Island (1994)
Just before his death in Seoul, an old man asks his friend, a poet, and his son to bury him on his native Kwinsong, a distant island off Korea's Southern Coast. The plan is thwarted when the islanders refuse to let the body come ashore. As the poet tries to negotiate, he discovers past unhealed woun
89.
Trying to Kiss the Moon (1994) as Production Company
An autobiographical piece in which filmmaker Stephen Dwoskin attempts to recreate his past by rendering impressions from his life using old film fragments from 20-odd hours of amateur home movies shot by his father, in Brooklyn, in the '40s and the '50s. Dwoskin stitches together his personal doc wi
90.
Welcome II the Terrordome (1994) as Production Company
Set in a decaying and racially segregated city in the near future, this action-thriller uses a mixture of historical and fictional narratives to chart the life of the McBride family over three traumatic centuries beginning in 1652.
91.
Silences of the Palace, The (1994)
Alia is born to serve men. Her mother is a servant in the palace of the Bey--dispensing food, and her body, to the royal princes of Tunisia. As Alia, now a singer in post-colonial Tunisia, looks back at her childhood in the palace in the 1960's, she must come to terms with the meaning of her mother'
92.
Sankofa (1994) as Production Company
Mona, a contemporary model, is possessed by spirits lingering in the Cape Coast Castle in Ghana. She travels to the past where, as a house slave called Shola on a sugar plantation, she is constantly abused by the slave master. Nunu, an African-born slave, and Shango, Shola's lover, continuously rebe
93.
Death & Taxes (1993)
A reinvestigation of the still controversial case of Gordon Kahl. Kahl, a decorated World War II hero, became opposed to paying income taxes in 1967, and in 1976, appeared on television calling the tax illegal and encouraging people not to pay it. His opposition became more and more vocal until 198
94.
Naked (1993)
A man abandons Manchester for his ex-girlfriend and the streets of London.
95.
Friends (1993)
Relations among three woman--one Native, one Afrikaans, one English--in contemporary South Africa.
96.
Blue (1993) as Production Company
Suffering from AIDS, British filmmaker Derek Jarman lays bare his physical, personal, mental, and spiritual state in a narration over a blue screen whose only images are those produced by your own retina: orange squares, flashes, and shadows.
97.
As an Eilean (1993)
The inhabitants of a remote Scottish village live and learn.
98.
Borderline (1993)
A brother's relentless search for his elder sibling, who had supposedly drowned after deserting the army, turns into a voyage of self-discovery.
99.
Golpes A Mi Puerta (1993) as Production Company
Set in a small Latin American border town in political turmoil, the drama begins when a fugitive bursts into the house of two Catholic nuns, who, in an attempt to save his life, hide him from the marauding military patrols despite the danger they face if they are caught harboring a political "enemy"
100.
Baby of Macon, The (1993) as Production Company
Beginning in the year 1657, in an imaginary court of the 17-year-old Cosimo de' Medici III. The land is in the throes of pestilence and famine where all the women have become sterile. Incredibly, a repulsive old woman gives birth to a beautiful male child who quickly becomes a symbol of rebirth and
101.
Friends (1993) as Production Company
Relations among three woman--one Native, one Afrikaans, one English--in contemporary South Africa.
102.
Naked (1993)
A man abandons Manchester for his ex-girlfriend and the streets of London.
103.
Don't Get Me Started (1993)
As part of his efforts to turn over a new leaf by relocating to suburbia, former hitman Jack Lane gave up smoking a year ago minus a day. When Jerry Hoff comes to town, threatening to expose Jack's secret past, Jack's chain-smoking friend Larry must bear the brunt of Jack's paranoia. Hoff, meanwhile
104.
Wall of Silence, A (1993)
Drama about how Argentina's period of political terror affects two women: one the wife of a "disappeared" political activist, and the other a British filmmaker hoping to make a film on the subject.
105.
High Boot Benny (1993)
Tale of a 17-year-old delinquent caught up in IRA-Loyalist retribution.
106.
Zero Patience (1993)
A musical about AIDS, science, bigotry and sex focusing on the imaginary encounter between explorer Sir Richard Francis Burton and "Patient Zero," the notorious Canadian flight attendant accused of bringing AIDS to North America.
107.
Secret Rapture, The (1993)
Upon her father's death, a woman comes into emotional and psychological conflict with her young lover, her overbearing sister and her alcoholic stepmother.
108.
Brief History of Time, A (1992)
Based on Stephen Hawking's book "A Brief History of Time," film depicts Hawking's theories on the creation of the universe and examines some aspects of his courageous battle with Lou Gehrig's disease.
109.
Viaje, El (1992) as Production Company
In search of his father, who he hasn't seen for years, a 15-year-old boy travels by bicycle throughout South America, learning about different cultures and people, and in turn discovers himself.
110.
Best Intentions, The (1992) as Production Company
The story of the relationship between Ingmar Bergman's parents from the time they met in 1909 to 1918, the year Bergman was born. Although the period covered was a troubled one, the film focuses on the good intentions his parents had entering the marriage.
111.
Map of the Human Heart (1992)
In the fall of 1964, in Arctic Canada, an Inuit Eskimo meets with the leader of a stranded army mapping team to go over his maps. To his surprise, the Inuit sees that the map is the same one he helped to make thirty years earlier, and he begins to tell the story behind the maps and the love of his l
112.
Archipielago (1992) as Production Company
An architect evades the law by hiding out on a remote archipelago.
113.
Fantastic Person (1992) as Production Company
A young woman tries to organize her life.
114.
Wild West (1992)
Story about the life and dreams of an Asian country band, The Honky Tonk Cowboys.
115.
Night on Earth (1991)
Five stories, each involving the relationship between a cab driver and his or her passenger, that take place simultaneously around the globe during the course of one night.
116.
Arc, The (1991)
Moving from the late 1960s to 1990, a young man embarks on a spiritual quest which takes him from decaying industrial Baltimore to the heart of the Southwest after he's lost his job and his marriage collapses.
117.
Night on Earth (1991)
Five stories, each involving the relationship between a cab driver and his or her passenger, that take place simultaneously around the globe during the course of one night.
118.
What About Me (1991) as Production Company
119.
Body Beautiful (1991) as Production Company
120.
Moanalogue (1991) as Production Company
121.
Sam & Me (1991) as Production Company
A young Indian man finds himself working as a nursemaid for an eccentric Jewish grandfather. They become good friends, despite their age difference and cultural barriers, before family pressures put a permanent end to their relationship.
122.
War Story (1990)
A survivor of World War II in London describes life during the Blitzkrieg with clay animation illustrating his stories.

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123.
Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires in Silicon Valley (1996) as Funding
Documentary chronicling the birth and growth of Silicon Valley's personal computer industry. Examines the quirky, relentless and profitable adventures of the unlikely 20th-century pioneers -- self-proclaimed "nerds" -- who created the miracle products that revolutionized the world.
124.
Morehouse Men, The (1995) as Funding
Documentary chronicling a year in the life of the students of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, the only all-male, historically African-American institution of higher learning in the United States.

Production Companies (special)

125.
Longford (2007)
Frank Packenham, the Earl of Longford, championed the cause of rehabilitation for Myra Hindley, a convicted serial killer of children, who was serving a lifelong prison sentence. During the last three decades of his life, the unconvential politician and devout Catholic Longford advocated for rehabi
126.
Sexual Intelligence (2005)
A feature-length documentary tracing the history of sexuality in America.
127.
Happy Days (2002) as Foreign Tv Sales (International Sales)
Winnie is buried up to her waist in a mound of dirt, unable to escape. A middle-aged woman who has no clue why or how she came upon her unfortunate predicament, she occasionally asks Willie, her unseen partner, but he either doesn't know or doesn't care. For Winnie, time stopped long ago - or rather
128.
Endgame (2002) as Foreign Tv Sales (International Sales)
Adaptation of the play "Endgame" by Samuel Beckett. Hamm, a man condemned to exist in a chair, has his adopted son Clov as a servant, while his aged parents, Nagg and Nell, live in garbage cans.
129.
Heroes of Black Comedy, The (2002) as Production Company
A look at the art of contemporary African-American humor. The program celebrates the most influential contemporary African-American comedians and explores their impact on the world of show business and stand-up comedy. The program features profiles of Richard Pryor, Whoopi Goldberg and Chris Rock; e
130.
Elizabeth (2002) as Production Company
Documentary about the life of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603), also known as The Virgin Queen, Gloriana and Good Queen Bess. Queen Elizabeth I emerged as a young princess against a backdrop of civil unrest, political intrigue, executions and coups. She ruled for 45 years and presided over a new kind o
131.
Breath (2002) as Production Company
Adaptation of a play without characters by Samuel Beckett.
132.
Catastrophe (2002) as Production Company
A carefully measured ode to resistance against all forms of oppression.
133.
Footfalls (2002) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "Footfalls" by Samuel Beckett.
134.
Planet Twelve: The Secret Life of 12-Year-Olds (2002) as Production Company
A window into the secret world of 12-year-olds. The program follows a group of young people over the course of a week to reveal what really matters to them. Subjects include the search for the perfect boyfriend, a feud between best friends, anxiety about giving a speech in front of class, and the ne
135.
Act Without Words I (2002) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "Act Without Words I" by Samuel Beckett.
136.
Sundance20 (2002) as Production Company
A look at the Sundance Institute's Filmmakers Lab, held every summer in Park City, Utah. Three filmmakers chosen for then June 2001 lab are the focus of the documentary. The program is also a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the institute.
137.
Happy Days (2002) as Production Company
Winnie is buried up to her waist in a mound of dirt, unable to escape. A middle-aged woman who has no clue why or how she came upon her unfortunate predicament, she occasionally asks Willie, her unseen partner, but he either doesn't know or doesn't care. For Winnie, time stopped long ago - or rather
138.
Endgame (2002) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "Endgame" by Samuel Beckett. Hamm, a man condemned to exist in a chair, has his adopted son Clov as a servant, while his aged parents, Nagg and Nell, live in garbage cans.
139.
Act Without Words II (2002) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "Act Without Words II" by Samuel Beckett. Two characters emerge from their sacks to mime the mundane rituals of daily life.
140.
Come & Go (2002) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "Come & Go" by Samuel Beckett.
141.
Hunt For the Hood (2001) as Production Company
A look at the expedition leading to the location of the sunken warship HMS Hood. One of the greatest sea battles of World War II ended in the destruction of two of the world's mighty warships and the loss of almost 3500 lives. Sixty years later, an expedition was launched to find Great Britain's HMS
142.
Junkyard Mega-Wars (2001) as Production Company
The program features a special competition that gives highly skilled teams -- the American Raptors, the British Bulldogs and the Russian Bears -- a chance to go head-to-head with machines that perform three challenges. Each team's machine must be able to climb over rocks, boat across the water and
143.
Lost (2001) as Production Company
The second installment of NBC's adventure special features six contestants broken into three pairs who are dropped in a secret location and made to race home. The contestants are: Bob, a 59-year-old retired Boston, Massachusetts, police officer; Dan, a 27-year-old investment banker from Stamford, Co
144.
Methuselah Tree (2001) as Production Company
A gnarled bristlecone tree in the White Mountains of California is the world's most ancient organism -- almost 5000 years old. The program explores the life and times of this sturdy survivor, relating its life to some of the most important historical events the world has ever seen.
145.
Hell in the Pacific (2001) as Production Company
Documentary about World War II that tracks the early warnings of Japanese aggression, including the 1937 assault on Nanjing, China, that claimed a quarter of a million victims; outlines, Japan's motives; and reveals how the cultural and racial stereotypes on both sides intensified mutual hatred. The
146.
Car Man, The (2001) as Production Company
A modern restaging of Georges Bizet's "Carmen." The program transplants the action of Bizet's classic from 19th century Spain to the small Midwestern town of Harmony, USA, during the early 1960s. A mysterious blue-jeaned stranger saunters into a dusty Italian-American town.
147.
Quest For the True Cross, The (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that investigates academic assumptions about the remains of the actual crucifix on which Christ is said to have died.
148.
Secrets of the Mind (2001) as Production Company
The program profiles the work of eminent brain researcher Dr. V. S. Ramachandran, who studies patients with neurological deficits in order to learn more about the inner workings of the brain.
149.
Entity: Terror That Comes in the Night, The (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that explores the science, psychology and folklore of the Entity, a creature that takes many forms, comes at night and terrorizes its victims. Whether it is a horrible nightmare, an evil spirit or a hoax, the Entity has affected hundreds of people.
150.
Bioterror (2001) as Production Company
"Nova" partners with reporters from The New York Times to investigate the dark past and current prospects of germ warfare. The program is reported by The New York Times team behind the book, "Germs: Biological Weapons and America's Secret War": Judith Miller, a specialist in Middle eastern terrorism
151.
Decoding Nazi Secrets (1999) as Foreign Tv Distributor (C41)
By the summer of 1940, Hitler had conquered nearly all of Europe and surrender seemed imminent. But Winston Churchill had a secret weapon -- the world's most curious military unit, known as Station X. In a converted English country mansion, crossword fanatics, chess champions, mathematicians and Egy
152.
Waiting For Godot (1900) as Production Company
Adaptation of Samuel Beckett's play "Waiting For Godot." Vladimir and Estragon converse as they await the arrival of the mysterious Godot.
153.
That Time (1900) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "That Time" by Samuel Beckett.
154.
Rough For Theatre I (1900) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "Rough For Theatre I" by Samuel Beckett.
155.
What Where (1900) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "What Where" by Samuel Beckett.
156.
Rough For Theatre II (1900) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play "Rough For Theatre II" by Samuel Beckett.
157.
Play (1900) as Production Company
Adaptation of the play by Samuel Beckett entitled "Play."

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

158.
Elizabeth I (2005)
The miniseries explores the public and personal life of the Virgin Queen during the last half of her rule, taking a personal look at her friends, enemies and suitors and how she survived a male-dominated world.
159.
Elizabeth I (2005)
The miniseries explores the public and personal life of the Virgin Queen during the last half of her rule, taking a personal look at her friends, enemies and suitors and how she survived a male-dominated world.
160.
Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King (2004)
Based on a German legend, the tale of Siegfried, the son of a swordsmith who becomes a fearless dragon slayer.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

161.
Hold the Dream (1986) as Production Company

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