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China's Stolen Children (2008)
Set in China, where the infamous one child policy has had the side effect of a boom in stolen children. Through candid interviews with parents of stolen children, a man who brokers the deals and has sold his own offspring, to new parents grappling with giving up their daughter through lack of option
DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND (2001) as Production Company
Who knew that Amish teens--like other American adolescents--smoke cigarettes, go to the mall, blast rock 'n' roll, watch TV, and even get laid? At 16, Amish youth are released from Old World restrictions to experience the outside, or as they call it, the "English world," so they can decide for thems
Navigators, The (2001)
In South Yorkshire, a small group of railway maintenance men discover that because of privatization, their lives will never be the same. When the trusty British Rail sign is replaced by one reading "East Midland Infrastructure," it is clear that there will be the inevitable winners and losers as dow
Eyes of Tammy Faye, The (2000) as Production Company
Twelve years after the scandalous collapse of the multimillion dollar Christian empire built by Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, comes a film which tells the inside story of the rise, fall and resurrection of "the Queen of the Eyelashes." One of the most adored and reviled women of her time, the film foll
Paragraph 175 (2000) as Production Company
Between 1933 and 1945, according to Nazi documents, approximately 100,000 men were arrested for homosexuality. Roughly half were sentenced to prison and approximately 10,000 to 15,000 were incarcerated in concentration camps. The death rate of homosexual prisoners in the camps is estimated to be as
Beautiful People (2000) as Production Company
Set in 1993, the war raging in Bosnia manages to spill over into London and into the lives of several citizens who long for human connection. These include: a Croat and a Serb, originally from the same village but now sworn enemies, who meet by chance on a London bus; a BBC reporter who travels to B
Alice Through the Looking Glass (2000)
Adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic book, "Through the Looking Glass," following the curious adventures of Alice as she is transported into a topsy-turvy world where most things are not what they seem to be.
My Mother Frank (1999)
A 51-year old widower struggling with her faith decides to go to the same college as her son, where she is expelled for cheating, then diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Passion (1999)
Biography of Australian concert pianist Percy Grainger (born in the early 1880s, died in 1961), who was into self-mutilation and was suspected of having an incestuous relationship with his mother, Rose. In 1928, after a concert at the Hollywood Bowl, he married Ella Strom, a woman who looked almost
I Could Read the Sky (1999) as Production Company
An old man living in a London bachelor apartment recalls growing up on the west coast of Ireland, his move to England, and the events that have shaped his life.
Southpaw (1999)
Francis Barrett was just another anonymous contender until he carried the Irish flag in the opening ceremony of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. In an instant of global media attention, the young boxer from Galway became a national hero, the first Traveller (gypsy) ever to make it to the Olympics. Two ext
My Mother Frank (1999)
A 51-year old widower struggling with her faith decides to go to the same college as her son, where she is expelled for cheating, then diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Beefcake (1999) as Production Company
A documentary/fiction film about the origin of mens' muscle magazines in the 1950s which follows the career of Bob Mizer, photographer and the creator of the Athletic Models Guild. As an avid admirer of the male form, Miser groomed beefy boys to star in short films and photo layouts, and in doing s
Jolly Roger (1998)
Divorce Iranian Style (1998)
A 16-year-old, married at the age of 14 to a man more than twice her age, explains that she desperately wants a divorce to go back to school. Another pleads for custody of her 4-year-old daughter, having already lost custody of her other child. One woman tells the judge her husband is crazy: in 30 y
Vigo - Passion for Life (1998)
Love story set in the 1920s and 30s, based on the relationship between French film director Jean Vigo and his wife, Lydu Lozinska, who met while both patients at a tuberculosis center in the Pyrenees.
Elizabeth (1998)
This is the England of 1554, but the veneer of traditional English composure and dignity has been stripped away. The British populace is in turmoil. Fearing a challenge to her throne, Queen Mary I imprisons her half-sister, Princess Elizabeth Tudor (The daughter of King Henry VII and Anne Boleyn), i
Hello Hello Hello? (1998)
A policeman, who writes poetry and fights hard not to be labeled a philistine, gets caught up in the life of a young artist, who is tossed on the street by her distressed boyfriend.
Divorce Iranian Style (1998) as Production Company
A 16-year-old, married at the age of 14 to a man more than twice her age, explains that she desperately wants a divorce to go back to school. Another pleads for custody of her 4-year-old daughter, having already lost custody of her other child. One woman tells the judge her husband is crazy: in 30 y
Velvet Goldmine (1998) as Production Company
The story of the rise and fall of a glam rock star: mythical rock God, Brian Slade, suddenly disappears at the peak of his fame after a publicity stunt at a concert goes wrong. Ten years later Arthur Stuart, a reporter sets out to find out what happened. The film is a meditation on imgination, memor
Everest (1998) as Production Company
Special depicts the effect of high altitudes on the body and mind through an expedition to Mount Everest.
Like It Is (1998) as Production Company
Set in the queer shenanigans of the British pop scene with its closeted all-boy teen bands, a love story which centers around Craig, a young bare knuckle boxer caught up in Blackpool's brutal underworld of illegal fighting. When he meets Matt, a flirtatious club-kid-turned-pop-producer, Craig finall
Man Who Drove With Mandela, The (1998) as Production Company
The story of Cecil Williams, a pioneering political activist in South Africa. Williams was British, but his political engagement was forged in the South Africa of the immediate postwar years. He joined the Springbok Legion, an anti-fascist group that saw blacks as equals, and was also a successful t
Downtime (1997)
Ex-psychologisr Rob saves Chrissy from suicide. The next day he returns to see her and they are attracted to each other. Things seem to be looking up, but as they leave together, the elevator catches fire.
Food of Love (1997)
An unhappy banker reunites a group of friends to re-stage a Shakespeare play, an event that changes the course of everyone's lives.
Welcome to Sarajevo (1997)
Based in the true saga of British TV journalist Michael Nicholson, story follows Michael Henderson and his news team to war-torn Sarajevo. It''s 1992 and the city has just seen its worst fighting as Bosnian Serbs try to derail the country''s new independence with artillery bombardment. While there, Henderson encounters Flynn, a US TV journalist more famous than the news he''s covering, and Annie, a freelance writer covering her first war. Henderson and company eventually come across an orphanage near the front lines and are so compelled by the scene that they choose to make it front page news. Henderson''s involvement is so deep that he makes plans to take one of the children, Emira, back to England, illegally, with the help of an American aid worker. However, he must eventually return to Sarajevo to face the consequences of his actions.
Life Less Ordinary, A (1997)
Robert is one of life's losers. He works as a janitor at a giant corporation but dreams of something...less ordinary...while he writes what he hopes will be the Great American Trash Novel. Beautiful and sharp-tounged Celine, on the other hand, has never wanted for anything in her short and pampered
Bent (1997)
Max is a playboy in the decadent nightclub scene of Berlin during the early years of Hitler's Germany. While his lover and roommate, Rudy, performs at the local club owned by the androgynous Greta, Max partakes in sexual encounters with the club's clientele. One encounter with a soldier in an SA uni
Slab Boys, The (1997)
Set in the working-class suburb of Paisley, near Glasgow, during 1957, the film follows the high and low points in the lives of a group of fledgling artists who work in a "slab room" and grind colors for the paint used by carpet designers. Phil dreams of going to art school, Spanky wants to go to A
Under the Skin (1997)
Set in Liverpool over two months, story follows Iris, a restless dreamer who has a boring boyfriend Gary. Her sister, Rose, is married to reliable Frank and is seven months pregnant. One evening, Iris bumps into a young Irish guy, Tom, and they have sex in an alley. Wearing her mother's wig, fur coa
Mob Law (1997) as Production Company
Profiling Las Vegas mob lawyer Oscar Goodman, famed in wiseguy circles as the best there is, hobnobbing with "clients" and touting his lucrative career as an idealistic battle for individuals' civil rights in the face of a sinister, inimical American government.
Midsummer Night's Dream, A (1996)
A fantasy about a group of artisans who put on a play for the royal court's wedding of Theseus, Duke of Athens, and Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons. While the royal drama plays out, the artisans, including Bottom, Flute, Quince and Snout, rehearse their play in the forest as supernatural faeries com
Alive & Kicking (1996)
A dramatic comedy about a gay dancer, living passionately and positively with HIV, who discovers the love of his life, an older man who helps him face the crises in his life and career. It is a love that bonds them together as much as their insecurities and individual passions threaten to keep them
Trojan Eddie (1996)
John Power is the leader of the local travellers who has settled into small-town life with a fancy car and string of business interests. Trojan Eddie has worked for Power since leaving prison and is employed as a salesman. Selling is what Eddie does best. From the back of his Trojan van, Eddie sell
Gallivant (1996) as Production Company
Kotting, his grandmother and his daughter Eden set out together to travel the whole way around the coastline of mainland Britain, starting and finishing on the South Coast. Eden has learning difficulties and speaks in sign language, so some of the film is subtitled. Granny gets sore feet. Together t
Hollow Reed, The (1996)
Based on true events, a gothic horror story of a gay man, Martyn, who fights his ex-wife in a no-win battle to get custody of his young son, Oliver. The battle begins once Martyn's worst suspicians are confirmed that the reticent Oliver is, indeed, being abused by his own mother's seemingly respecta
Guantanamera (1995)
A successful retiring actress Aunt Yoyita has returned to the town of Guantanamera 50 years after leaving it and her first love, Candido, behind. She is welcomed by her niece, Georgina, who is married to a rigid bureaucrat, Adolfo. Yoyita is touchingly reunited with Candido, who remains as deeply in
Three Steps to Heaven (1995)
An obsessive young woman tries to solve the riddle of her lover's mysterious death and attempts to take revenge on the three very decadent and sleazy witnesses to the event.
Blue Juice (1995)
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.
Celluloid Closet, The (1995)
From comic sissies to lesbian vampires, from pathetic queens to sadistic predators, Hollywood has both reflected and defined how we think about homosexuality--and what it means to be a man or woman. With clips from over 100 Hollywood movies and interviews with many of the filmmakers and actors who c
Fanci's Persuasion (1995)
The night before Fanci's wedding to her luscious girlfriend Loretta, a spell settles over San Francisco. As power outages course through the city, Fanci's friends and family are catapulted into a tantalizing dream world where magic takes precedent over reality and conventions crack. By the morning l
Colour of Britain, The (1995) as Production Company
Firstly, exploring the work of artists who attempt to redefine British culture and images of the nation; secondly, investigating theses challenges of breaking down boundaries through additional interviews with young visual artists, Sutapa Biswa, Chila Burman and Zarina Bhimji. Using enormously popul
Neon Bible, The (1995)
Deep in the night, a solitary train winds its way through the dark countryside. Riding in one of the compartments is a sad-eyed sixteen year old boy, David. As he peers out through a window into the blackness, David begins to see images of his own life, fragments of the past. So begins this lyrical
Typically British (1995)
A survey of a century of British filmmakers, their films and their industry.
Woman of the Wolf (1994)
A sumptuous fairy tale based on a story written in 1904 by the American poet and author Renne Vivien. Two opposing versions of the same narrative are told: one verbally by Pierre Lenoir, a male narrator at a dinner party; and one visually through the behavior of a woman who meets him on a fantasy ca
Sister My Sister (1994)
Christine and Lea are exemplary maidservants whose fastidious appearance and attention to duty are the delight of their tyrannical new mistress, Madame Danzard. Madame Danzard and her daughter command an immaculate townhouse and lead lives of perfect bourgeois respectability. The reward for the sist
This Charming Man (1994)
An intimate portrait of the filmmaker's father, Ian Poole, a miner-turned-inventor. This documentary also explores the parallel between the personal life of the family and the life of the Sutton-in-Ashfield community where they live and work.
Red (1994)
An accident creates a relationship between a model and a retired judge who spies on his neighbors.
Sister My Sister (1994) as Production Company
Christine and Lea are exemplary maidservants whose fastidious appearance and attention to duty are the delight of their tyrannical new mistress, Madame Danzard. Madame Danzard and her daughter command an immaculate townhouse and lead lives of perfect bourgeois respectability. The reward for the sist
Rice Paddy People (1994)
The welfare of a Cambodian family--including seven daughters--which depends on its twice yearly rice harvests for survival is threatened when the father dies unexpectedly.
Betrayal (1994)
"He is an asshole," proclaimed the famous author and troubadour Wolf Biermann on German TV, about his successor Sascha Anderson. Sascha was the former leader of the GDR's circle of artists and intellectuals who opposed the government. According to Biermann, Sascha Anderson had worked for the East Ge
Dirigible, The (1994) as Production Company
A boy meets a mysterious girl and nothing is what it appears in this droll, quirky meditation on Uruguay's lack of a national memory.
Closing Numbers (1994) as Production Company
A middle-class middle-aged English woman is shocked to discover that her husband has been having an affair with another man. Guided by her husband's now ex-lover, she learns about the horror of AIDS and becomes aware that she may have the disease herself.
Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin, The (1994)
Based on a famous banned Russian novel written by Vladimir Voinovic in 1969, a satire about the predicament caused by a Red Army soldier assigned to guard an enemy plane just prior to Russia's entrance into World War II.
Fresh Kill (1994)
There's a red pollution cloud hanging over New York City, but it's not a problem until symptoms appear at the hip Naga Saki restaurant. Cats glow green, the fish lips are contaminated. The culprit might just be the omni-national GX Corporation, which bombards the town with TV commercials that end in
Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey (1994) as Production Company
A documentary tribute to Leon Theremin, the remarkable scientist and artist who revolutionized modern music with his invention of the world's first electronic instrument.
Triangle (1994) as Production Company
Tales From a Hard City (1994)
Documentary profile of four showbusiness hopefuls in economically depressed Sheffield, England.
White (1994)
A Polish immigrant wants to get even with his former wife.
Eden Valley (1994)
Brought up by his mother on a housing estate, Billy has drifted into petty crime and trouble with the law. He is given a last chance to change by being sent to live with his long absent father. After ten years, two strangers meet, father and son. Billy the listless, disaffected teenager and Hoggy, w
Wittgenstein (1993)
A humorous portrait of Austrian-born British philosopher Ludwig Josef Johan Wittgenstein (1889-1951).
Blue (1993)
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.
Hookers, Pimps, Hustlers, and Their Johns (1993) as Production Company
British filmmaker Beeban Kidron ventures onto the mean streets of the South Bronx and other New York locales to examine the lives of those involved in the city's thriving sex industry.
Naked (1993) as Production Company
A man abandons Manchester for his ex-girlfriend and the streets of London.
Blue (1993)
A woman struggles to find a way to live her life after the death of her husband and child.
Bhaji On The Beach (1993) as Production Company
Three generations of Indian women embark on a day trip to the British resort town of Blackpool: Asha, a young woman in conflict between her traditional upbringing and modern British life; Ginder, an abused wife who has left her husband; Simi, a counselor at a shelter run for women; Hashida, a pre-me
Postcards from America (1993) as Production Company
Not a biopic, but inspired by the poetic and autobiographical writings of artist David Wojnarowicz, POSTCARDS FROM AMERICA weaves together three fictional stories from the life of a young gay outsider named David. A violent suburban childhood spent with an abusive father in New Jersey in the 1960s i
Ark, The (1993) as Production Company
A documentary profile of the embattled London Zoo, the perfect metaphor for the decline of Britain.
Starting Place (1993) as Production Company
Robert Kramer revisits Vietnam and the people he filmed in his 1969 short "People's War."
Golem, the Spirit of the Exile (1992) as Production Company
An immigrant family suffers a series of misfortunes.
Panama Deception, The (1992)
An examination of the December 1989 US invasion of Panama.
Fighters (1992) as Production Company
Profile of up-and-coming boxers who train at a gym in the East End of London.
My Little Eye (1992) as Production Company
A small boy sees things others cannot.
Black Harvest (1992)
Joe Leahy's struggle to keep his coffee business afloat.
Bezness (1992)
Rufa, a charming, enterprising hustler, longs to leave Tunisia behind. Foreign tourists represent his ticket away, but time is running out on his dreams.
The Crying Game (1992)
A British soldier kidnapped by IRA terrorists befriends one of his captors.
Electric Moon (1992) as Production Company
The owners of a hotel in India which deceives gullible tourists into thinking they're in colonial India are forced to change their ways.
Sense of History, A (1992) as Production Company
A strictly guided tour through the estate and family background of the 23rd Earl of Leete.
Howard's End (1992) as Production Company
A noblewoman''''s surprising bequest puts three families from different social levels on a collision course.
Music For the Movies: Bernard Herrmann (1992) as Production Company
A look and listen at the life and work of film score composer Bernard Herrmann.
Blue Black Permanent (1992)
Set in the present, with flashbacks to the 1950s and 30s by her daughter, the story of a young mother and writer who is fascinated with the sea.
Hyenas (1992) as Production Company
A rich old lady returns to her native village to wreck revenge on the man who disgraced her in her youth.
Silverlake Life: The View From Here (1992) as Production Company
A visual diary of two men's struggle with AIDS.
Aileen Wuornos: The Selling Of A Serial Killer (1992) as Production Company
A look at the dealmakers and hangers-on surrounding convicted serial killer Aileen Wuornos -- "America's first female serial killer."
Young Soul Rebels (1991)
Set in 1977, during the week of the Queen's Silver Jubilee, a young black London DJ, who together with his gay partner operates a pirate radio station, becomes implicated in the murder of a mutual friend.
Breathing Under Water (1991)
A woman journeys into an underground city seeking an answer to the riddle of why humankind has set the stage for its own extinction.
Life on a String (1991)
A tale with underlying social messages about a blind storyteller who travels the countryside with his young blind apprentice and the musical instrument which he believes holds great power. Along the way, the two meet a girl who falls in love with the apprentice and changes their plans.
Possession (1991) as Foreign Tv Distributor (Tv-United Kingdom)
A re-telling of "Little Red Riding Hood."
Who Needs a Heart? (1991)
A nostalgic and educational look at black consciousness in London during the 1960's with primary focus on British activist Michael X.
Life on a String (1991)
A tale with underlying social messages about a blind storyteller who travels the countryside with his young blind apprentice and the musical instrument which he believes holds great power. Along the way, the two meet a girl who falls in love with the apprentice and changes their plans.
Orchid House, The (1991)
An aristocratic British family, living in Dominca, is shattered by the grave psychological wounds inflicted on their patriarch during World War I.
Good Woman of Bangkok, The (1991)
After the dissolution of his marriage, an Australian filmmaker becomes emotionally involved with a young female prostitute who works in the Patpong red light district of Bangkok.
La Ultima Siembra (1991)
Set on a vast cattle ranch in northwest Argentina, an indian miner turned farm laborer befriends the illegitimate son of his haughty overseer.
Battle of Tuntenhaus, The (1991)
A group of 30 transvestite squatters in East Berlin battle West German soldiers.
Shuttlecock (1991)
A story of the relationship between a war hero and his son, following the publication of the former's memoirs.
Tickets for the Zoo (1991)
A pair of siblings, having outgrown an orphanage, seek refuge in a gangleader's communal squat.
Thank You and Good Night! (1991)
The filmmaker, through the use of documentary footage and cardboard cutout characters, comes to terms with her beloved grandmother's death.
Tinpis Run (1991)
After his car is ruined in an accident caused by a drunken passenger, a taxi driver is befriended by a stranger.
Possession (1991) as Production Company
A re-telling of "Little Red Riding Hood."
Last Island, The (1991)
Seven passengers survive an air crash, only to find themselves stranded on a desert island. Their hopes of rescue soon fade as they gradually realize that they are also the sole survivors of a global disaster and thus responsible for the continued survival of the human race.
Falls, The (1991)
Portrait of Niagara Falls, Ontario, and the tourist industry that has engulfed it.
Backsliding (1991)
Set in Australia, an English traveller gets involved with two "born again" Christians, caretakers of a remote gas plant.
Secret Friends (1991) as Production Company
An amnesiac is haunted by the recurring images of his murderous past and repressed childhood.
Laada (1991)
Three young men question their future and that of their village.
Riff Raff (1991) as Production Company
An unemployed young Scotsman, recently released from prison and newly arrived in London, begins a relationship with a young, unstable woman with desperate ambitions to be a singer.
Invisible City (1991) as Production Company
Set in the future, after a catastrophe has destroyed all language and culture, the film addresses themes of memory and displacement within the Jewish diaspora, offering a possibility as to how cultural stories might survive.
Sango Malo (1991)
An idealistic young teacher's unconventional methods create a scandal in a small Cameroon village.
Ta Dona (1991)
A forestry engineer pushes for reforestation measures, against the will of his selfish superiors, and embarks on a search for a mystical healing plant linking him with the ancestral knowledge of his people.
Strip Jack Naked (1991)
A personal account of gay filmmaker Ron Peck who used his art to come out.
Cabeza De Vaca (1991) as Production Company
The adventure of Spanish conquistador Alvar Cabeza De Vaca, who after being shipwrecked in 1528 off the coast of Florida, traveled for eight years across North America to the pacific coast of Mexico, enduring enslavement, starvation, intertribal warfare and the depredations of the Conquistadors alon
Alias 'La Gringa' (1991) as Production Company
An escaped convict returns to a high-security prison to help his friend and mentor, a university professor accused of terrorism, escape.
Damned in the U.S.A. (1991) as Production Company
Documentary focusing on the censorship controversy in America involving pornography, art and blasphemy.
An Angel at My Table (1990)
An account of the dramatic childhood and early adulthood of New Zealand writer Janet Frame.
Looking For Langston (1990)
A meditation on the representation of the black gay writer Langston Hughes, against a backdrop of the Harlem Renaissance.
Women in Tropical Places (1990)
An Argentinian ex-patriot arrives in Newcastle, England to marry her fiance and gets caught up in the exotic world of a stand-up comedienne and her eccentric daughter.
Nocturne (1990)
A 45-year-old woman, home for her mother's funeral, is forced by the unexpected appearance of two runaways into confronting her repressed desires.
Comrades in Arms (1990)
Six lesbians and gay men recount their experiences serving in the British armed forces during World War II.
Ruby & Rata (1990)
An older woman resists her nephew's attempts to put her in a retirement home.
White Room, The (1990)
A young man sets out from his comfortable middle-class home to fulfill his destiny as a writer and lover.
Shakha Proshaka (1990)
Four estranged sons gather at their aged father's country home after he unexpectedly suffers a heart attack.
Doombeach (1990)
After the swimming death of a young boy around a power station, friends suspect a nuclear accident.
Greasy Lake (1990)
Maria's Story (1990)
An intimate documentary portrait of Salvadoran Maria Serrano - peasant, wife, mother and guerrilla leader.
Vreme Cuda (1990) as Production Company
A village is torn between its orthodox beliefs and the new Communist order.
H-2 Worker (1990)
An expose of the government-sponsored labor program bringing Jamaicans to Florida each year to harvest sugar cane.
I Hired a Contract Killer (1990)
After losing his job and realizing that he is alone in the world, a businessman opts to voluntarily end his life rather than allow himself to sink into further despair. Lacking courage, he hires a contract killer to do the job. Then, while awaiting his demise, he meets a woman and promptly falls in
Garden, The (1990)
A meditation on mortality and the AIDS crisis.
Umbrage (1990) as Production Company
Maria's Story (1990)
An intimate documentary portrait of Salvadoran Maria Serrano - peasant, wife, mother and guerrilla leader.
Klage der Kaiserin, Die (1990) as Production Company
Women in Tropical Places (1990) as Production Company
An Argentinian ex-patriot arrives in Newcastle, England to marry her fiance and gets caught up in the exotic world of a stand-up comedienne and her eccentric daughter.
Diplomatic Immunity II (1990)
A young Canadian diplomat is sent to El Salvador for her first post.
Trust (1990)
When Maria tells everyone she's knocked up, her boyfriend dumps her, her mother kicks her out of the house and her father promptly drops dead of a heart attack. She finds a bond with angry fix-it man Matthew and learns what love really is.
Nachid El-Hajar (1990) as Production Company
Two middle-aged Palestinians, after a brief, aborted affair in the late sixties, are reunited and fall in love again.
Percy (1990) as Production Company
A man is forced to finally grow up.
Wonderful World of Dogs, The (1990) as Production Company
The misadventures of an oddball assortment of dogs are chronicled through the use of a Dog-Cam, invented for the film.
White Room, The (1990)
A young man sets out from his comfortable middle-class home to fulfill his destiny as a writer and lover.
An Angel at My Table (1990)
An account of the dramatic childhood and early adulthood of New Zealand writer Janet Frame.
Childeater, The (1989)
A little girl's misunderstandings lead her to suspect her uncle eats other little girls for dinner.
Bearskin: An Urban Fairytale (1989)
A man on the run from a couple of hit men escapes from them by becoming a dancing bear.
Desire (1989)
An exploration of German sexuality during the first half of the 20th century.
Sophisticated Lady (1989)
A portrait of American singer Adelaide Hall.
Streets of Yesterday (1989) as Production Company
Hard Road (1989) as Production Company
Kelly and Max, two 13-year-olds, form an unlikely alliance and take off for an illegal trip to Brighton.
Berlin Jerusalem (1989) as Production Company
The film explores the ideas of two famous women, German Expressionist poet Elsa Lasker-Schuler and Russian revolutionary Manya Shohat, who dream of establishing an ideal Zionist society.
Hush-a-Bye-Baby (1989)
A teenage girl from a Catholic ghetto must struggle with the arrest of her boyfriend and an unexpected pregnancy.
Route One/U.S.A. (1989) as Production Company
A fictional doctor travels through America looking for changes that occured during his ten year sojourn abroad.
Mr. Hoover and I (1989) as Production Company
Celebrated documentary filmmaker Emile DeAntonio discusses his comtempt for J Edgar Hoover, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and American political intolerance in general.
Serpent River (1989) as Production Company
In Fading Light (1989) as Production Company
Drama revolving around the declining fishing business in a small town.
Ni Con Dios Ni Con el Diablo (1989) as Production Company
After a local sorcerer warns that the future holds great violence, a young shepard finds his prediction coming true.
Nacion Clandestina, La (1989) as Production Company
TV Dante, A (1989) as Production Company
A reimagination of Dante's Inferno as a psychedelic collage of sound and image where the poet Dante wanders through the accumulated wreckage of the millennia of Western culture.
Esther (1989) as Production Company
Work Experience (1989) as Production Company
A young man who can't get a job decides to go window shopping.
Arcadia (1989) as Production Company
Mahabharata, The (1989)
Filmed theater performance of Peter Brook's international touring company production of the Indian classic.
Wild Flowers (1989) as Production Company
Sadie, a young woman from Glasgow, is visiting her boyfriend's hometown. She agrees to stay and meet his family, and unwittingly uncovers his mother's secret--an undiminished attraction to women.
I'm British But... (1989) as Production Company
Using Acid Bhangra music--a mix of Punjabi bhangra and Western popular music like rap and house--as well as the testimonies of sons and daughters of the Asian English, a defiant culture, part Asian, part British, is revealed.
Making Waves (1989) as Production Company
Desire (1989) as Production Company
An exploration of German sexuality during the first half of the 20th century.
Perfect Image? (1988)
An examination of Black women's struggles to assert their own positive self-images that features two characters who seem to represent archetypical extremes.
Shame (1988)
Lawyer Asta Cadell is motorcycling through the Australian outback when her bike breaks down. In a small town, she finds Tim Curtis, a mechanic who can repair her bike. She falls for him and moves in with him. Tim's daughter Lizzie was recently raped by the son of a prominent and weathly citizen in t
Ballad of Reading Gaol (1988)
Puts an erotic, modern-day twist to Wilde's infamous "love that dare not speak its name" testimonial by finding searing, slangy gay images to match each word.
Dreaming River (1988)
A look at the post-colonial experiences of Caribbean immigrants in Britain, as seen through the eyes of a middle-aged Black woman who reflects on the past, present and future from her death bed.
Deuda Interna, La (1988)
The relationship between a teacher and a young Argentine shepherd in search of the boy's father.
The Perfect Murder (1988)
A Bombay police detective reluctantly accepts a Swedish investigator as partner on a murder case.
Partition (1988) as Production Company
Tiny and Ruby: Hell Divin' Women (1988) as Production Company
Profile of jazz trumpeter Tiny Davis and her longtime lover, drummer and pianist Ruby Lucas, both former members of The International Sweethearts of Rhythm.
Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat, The (1988) as Production Company
The story of a music teacher who falls victim to a strange neurological ailment that leaves him unable to recognize objects or people.
Ouaga (1988) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the work of various African film directors.
Exit No Exit (1988) as Production Company
Komitas (1988) as Production Company
A look at Armenian culture and the life of monk and musician Komitas (1869-1935).
Cannibal Tours (1988) as Production Company
A group of tourists traveling along the Sepik river in New Guinea explore both the land and exotic people.
Thin Blue Line, The (1988)
Using interviews and re-enactments, the film examines the 1976 murder of a Dallas policeman, and the wrongful conviction of one of the two men implicated in the killing.
Circle of Gold (1988) as Production Company
Vroom (1988) as Production Company
Last of England, The (1988) as Production Company
A striking vision of a doomed England using home movies, Super 8 film and voice over narration.
Universe of Dermot Finn, The (1988) as Production Company
Return, The (1988) as Production Company
The emotions and memories of a working-class Irishman living in London.
Road Home, The (1988) as Production Company
Salaam Bombay! (1988) as Production Company
When his mother abandons him, a Hindu boy falls into a life of street crime.
Freefall (1988) as Production Company
Cien Ninos Esperando un Tren (1988) as Production Company
Documentary about a film workshop for children from the urban slums of Santiago.
Who Will Cast the First Stone (1988) as Production Company
A documentary on flagrant human rights violations, and the negative impact of Islamisation on the women of Pakistan.
Blowpipes and Bulldozers (1988)
The plight of the Penan nomads of Central Borneo whose numbers are being drastically reduced due to development.
Deuda Interna, La (1988) as Production Company
The relationship between a teacher and a young Argentine shepherd in search of the boy's father.
Suitors, The (1988) as Production Company
A young Iranian woman fends for herself in America in spite of the wishes of her newfound friends after her husband is accidentally killed.
Leave to Remain (1988) as Production Company
To stay in England and evade immigration, an Iranian student marries an Englishman. Her desire to become more involved with the exiled Iranian community in London, however, slowly evolves into political commitment.
Late Mattia Pascal, The (1988) as Production Company
Art Blakey: The Jazz Messenger (1988) as Production Company
A documentary on jazz musician Art Blakey and the young musicians he encourages and trains.
Haiti Dreams of Democracy (1988) as Production Company
Documentary on the culture and situation in Haiti one year after the fall of the Duvalier Family.
Rustling of Leaves: Inside the Philippine Revolution, A (1988) as Production Company
The political and social troubles facing the Philippines.
Further and Particular (1988) as Production Company
This Is Not an AIDS Advertisement (1987)
A poetic antidote to a guilt-ridden 1987 AIDS awareness campaign.
Keeping Love Alive (1987) as Theatrical Distributor
Spirit of Albion (1987) as Production Company
Unusual Ground Floor Conversation (1987) as Production Company
Dangerous Characters (1987) as Production Company
The Dead (1987) as Production Company
A Christmas party brings out family tensions among a group of Dubliners.
T. Dan Smith (1987) as Production Company
Invocation Maya Deren (1987) as Production Company
Camera Arabe (1987) as Production Company
Mr. Jolly Lives Next Door (1987) as Production Company
Testimony (1987) as Production Company
The life of composer Dimitri Shostakovich and his relationship with Stalin.
Shattered Dreams - Picking Up the Pieces (1987) as Production Company
Didn't You Kill My Brother? (1987) as Production Company
Caught in a Web: L'Impasse (1987) as Production Company
Budawanny (1987)
Strike, The (1987) as Production Company
Vita Futurista (1987) as Production Company
Radio Bikini (1987) as Production Company
The documentary tells the story of when the Cold War is at its height, the U.S. government conducts a series of atomic tests in the lovely Bikini Atoll. Unfortunately the tests vaporize the tropical island, reducing it to ruins.
Signed, Lino Brocka (1987) as Production Company
Keeping Love Alive (1987) as Production Company
Eat the Peach (1987)
The bleak indsutrial bogs of the Irish midlands sets the backdrop for this community experiencing a deculturalization of itself as it plays host/home for every tradition but its own: American country-western music and movies, a high-tech factory built by the Japanese, and a British security device t
Bird Now (1987) as Production Company
Return of Ruben Blades, The (1987) as Production Company
Documentary portrait of Ruben Blades, the Panamanian king of salsa music.
North (1986)
Rate It X (1986)
Malabrigo (1986) as Production Company
Traveling Light: The Photojournalism of Dilip Mehta (1986) as Production Company
A documentary profile of Dilip Mehta, one of the world's top photojournalists.
School For Vandals (1986) as Production Company
Rocinante (1986) as Production Company
Distant Voices, Still Lives (1986) as Production Company
A portrait of a Catholic working class family in Liverpool in the 1940s and 1950s.
26 Bathrooms (1986) as Production Company
An alphabetical tour of plumbing, starting with the letter A for "A bathroom."
Broken Arrow 29 (1986) as Production Company
Blood Red Roses (1986) as Production Company
Friendship's Death (1986) as Production Company
The relationship between a British journalist and a female alien who misses her intended destination of MIT, landing instead in Amman, Jordan during "Black September" of 1970.
Routine Pleasures (1986) as Production Company
Love Child, The (1986) as Production Company
Out of Order (1986) as Production Company
Lily Tomlin (1986)
Profile of entertainer Lily Tomlin and her support team as she developes, rehearses and stages her triumphant one-woman show "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe."
Are We Winning, Mommy? America and the Cold War (1986) as Production Company
An exploration of the mythology of the Cold War, which starts by exploring its roots. Included are footage that promoted the World War II alliance of the United States and the U.S.S.R., President Truman's statements about containing Communism, and government films from the McCarthy era. Celebrities
Hail the New Puritan (1986) as Production Company
A Room With a View (1986) as Production Company
An Englishwoman visiting Florence is torn between her straitlaced fiance and a young Bohemian.
Courtesans of Bombay (1986) as Production Company
Cameras visit a Bombay compound noted for its female musicians and prostitutes.
Melancholia (1986) as Production Company
An expatriate German artist living in London, once active in student politics, is called upon by a former acquaintance to assassinate a South American doctor known to have tortured a political activist.
Rate It X (1986)
International Sweethearts of Rhythm: America's Hottest All-Girl Band, The (1986) as Production Company
A portrait of the International Sweethearts of Rhythm, an all-female, largely black musical group which performed during the 1930's and 40's.
Street of Crocodiles (1986) as Production Company
Passion of Remembrance, The (1986)
A look at issues of concern to British Black youth during the turbulent 80s--the Thatcher era.
Sixty-Four Day Hero (1986) as Production Company
Lamb (1986) as Production Company
Michael Lamb, a young Christian Brother teaching at a remote and forbidding Remand Home on the Antrim coast, is made responsible for the welfare and discipline of a young 10-year-old boy, Owen, who has been put into the care of the Home by his callous delinquent mother. The repressive indifferent re
Venus Peter (1986) as Production Company
An imaginative little boy grows up amid the myriad sights and sounds of a fishing village on a small island off the coast of Scotland.
Bright Eyes (1986) as Production Company
1919 (1986) as Production Company
Caravaggio (1986) as Production Company
MsTaken (1985)
Walkman Blues (1985) as Production Company
Les Louves (1985) as Production Company
My Beautiful Laundrette (1985) as Production Company
Angelic Conversation, The (1985) as Production Company
A love story between two young gay men.
Lucarne du siecle, La (1985) as Production Company
Zed & Two Noughts, A (1985) as Production Company
Mister Skeeter (1985) as Production Company
Strawberry Fields (1985) as Production Company
Is That It? (1985) as Production Company
No Man's Land (1985) as Production Company
Seacoal (1985)
Hail Mary (1985) as Production Company
Return to Waterloo (1985) as Production Company
Territories (1984)
Variety (1984) as Production Company
Modern American Composers I (1984) as Production Company
Paris, Texas (1984) as Production Company
An amnesiac tries to find the family he lost.
Gold Diggers, The (1984) as Production Company
A feminist adventure tale about a beautiful blond movie star who's saved from a life of being passed from man to man by a Black Frenchwoman on horseback. Under her rescuer's questioning, the comes to understand herself as a woman and as a movie queen, sending her off on an extraordinary journey into
Those Glory Glory Days (1984) as Production Company
Majdhar (1984)
Chords of Fame (1984) as Production Company
Gospel According to Al Green (1984) as Production Company
Documentary portrait of gospel preacher and former soul singer Al Green.
Vertiges (1984) as Production Company
Young Visitors, The (1984) as Production Company
Bangkok Bahrain (1984) as Production Company
Taxidi stin Kythera (1984) as Production Company
An exiled Communist returns to his Greek homeland after thirty years and, in his older age, finds adjustment to his forgotten family and the new ways of life quite difficult.
House, The (1984) as Production Company
Adapted from a performance piece called "Slow Fade."
Shoreline, The (1984) as Production Company
Making a Splash (1984) as Production Company
TV Dante - Canto 5, A (1984) as Production Company
17 Rooms (1984) as Production Company
Every Picture Tells a Story (1984) as Production Company
Cause of Ireland, The (1983) as Production Company
Amour Fugitif, L' (1983) as Production Company
Ghost Dance (1983) as Production Company
Country Girls, The (1983) as Production Company
Fluchtpunk Berlin (1983) as Production Company
El Norte (1983)
The story of two Central American political refugees who flee the coffee fields of Guatemala when their father is killed and their mother is arrested by the military.
Disappearance of Harry, The (1983) as Production Company
Wajda's Danton (1983) as Production Company
Fords on Water (1983) as Production Company
Nemo (1983) as Production Company
Seven year-old Nemo falls asleep in a Manhatten skyscraper and wakes in another dimension. Surrounded by characters from his storybooks, in a land where the snow is blue and the sand bursts into flames, Nemo miraculously becomes a young man and falls in love with a beautifull princess.
Pattern of Roses, A (1983) as Production Company
Outcasts, The (1983) as Production Company
Nelly's Version (1983) as Production Company
Meantime (1983) as Production Company
A young Londoner tries to escape from poverty.
Tragedie de Carmen, La (1983) as Production Company
Dans la ville blanche (1983) as Production Company
A sailor goes AWOL in Lisbon and enlists the aid of a wild and beautiful barfly to join him in a search for ultimate self-discovery.
Another Time, Another Place (1983) as Production Company
Drama about Italian prisoners of war in Scotland.
Les Yeux des oiseaux (1983) as Production Company
Hero (1982) as Theatrical Distributor
Hero (1982) as Production Company
Black Wax (1982) as Production Company
Documentary portrait of poet-singer-songwriter Gil Scott Heron.
Praying Mantis (1982) as Production Company
Experience Preferred But Not Essential (1982) as Production Company
Ascendancy (1982) as Production Company
Giro City (1982) as Production Company
Moonlighting (1982) as Production Company
Angel (1982) as Production Company
Danny, a sax player with a rock band, witnesses the death of a mysterious young mute girl, and becomes obsessed with tracking down her murderers--all the while trying to figure out if her slaying was done as a political act, or if it was done by the mob.
Draughtsman's Contract, The (1982) as Production Company
Live a Life (1982) as Production Company
Veronica 4 Rose (1982) as Production Company
Crystal Gazing (1982) as Production Company
Ten Years in an Open Necked Shirt (1982) as Production Company
And Nothing But the Truth (1982) as Production Company
Kipperbang (1982) as Production Company
Doll's Eye (1982) as Production Company
Remembrance (1981) as Production Company

Producer (special)

Roam Sweet Home (1997) as Presenter
Special focuses on the community of people who live mobile lives on the road. Ellen Spiro examines the singular lifestyle and views of these nomadic people.
Zoo (1993) as Funding
Examination of the diverse activities at the Miami Metro Zoo, exploring the issues of ethics, finances, technology, administration, and research that zoos confront.
National Veterans Day Concert, The (1991) as Funding
A concert commemorating Veterans Day, featuring song performers BeBe and CeCe Winans and Ricky Skaggs.

Production Companies (special)

Natural History of the Chicken, The (2001) as Production Company
A look at the chicken, a small, common, seemingly simple animal that is revealed to be a complex creature. The program focuses on ordinary people telling stories about their extraordinary chickens.
Secrets of the Pharaohs (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that reveals secrets of the lost world of Egyptian mummies. Part 1, "Tut's Family Curse," investigates the remains of two fetuses buried in the tomb of boy king Tutankhamun. Two American scientists have been allowed to take DNA samples, for the first time, from the royal family and the
Tojo's War (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that presents the story of Japan's wartime prime minister, Hideki Tojo -- the man who presided over the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Was he a militarist aggressor who shared a plan for world domination with Hitler and Mussolini or a loyal man who fought in defense of his country, onl
Secret Life of the Crash Test Dummy, The (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that highlights the history of crash test dummies, from their first use in simulations of airplane crashes to the latest dummies used for automobile testing. With over 300 individually engineered parts, these dummies can accurately simulate human movements and endurances.
Hitler's Holocaust (2001) as Production Company
Documentary series about the Holocaust and the implementation of "The Final Solution," a process that led to the murder of nearly six million European Jews in the 1930s and '40s. The documentary features archival footage not publicly seen since World War II, privately-owned film from families of Eur
Don Giovanni Unmasked (2001) as Production Company
An adaptation of "Don Giovanni" from the point of view of Don Giovanni's servant, Leporello. Taking the form of a film within a film, the program is simultaneously set in two separate eras -- 1930s Hollywood and 17th century Spain. Opening in 1930, the program presents Leporello as the host of a mov
Last Neanderthal? (2001) as Production Company
Scientific speculation about the extinction of Neanderthal humans. Despite having bigger brains and stronger bodies than their Cro-Magnon rivals, Neanderthals eventually came to end 35,000 years ago.
Bob Marley: Rebel Music (2001) as Production Company
Born Robert Nesta Marley in Jamaica in 1945, Bob Marley grew up to become one of the most influential musicians of the second half of the 20th century. Initially using music as a way out of the ghetto, he became the voice of a country and an ambassador for peace and racial harmony throughout the wor
Secrets of the Dead II (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that unearths evidence from around the world, challenging prevailing ideas and throwing fresh light on unexplained events. Using up-to-date science in the laboratory and in the field, scientists and researchers examine the missing pieces of each puzzle, completing the picture of what had
Nazi Prison Escape (2001) as Production Company
Colditz Castle in eastern Germany was the ultimate escape-proof prison of World War II, the place where the Nazi high command sent Allied prisoners whom they considered the most troublesome. Since many inmates had already escaped from other POW camps, this fortress of steep-sided battlements was for
Always a Bridesmaid (2000) as Production Company
Highly personal, often humorous account of 30-year-old videographer/director Nina Davenport, for whom the stigma of always being a bridesmaid and never a bride has become an all-consuming obsession that threatens to take over her work and her love life.
Secrets of Lost Empires (2000) as Production Company
Documentary that follows teams of inquisitive people as they struggle to duplicate the technological feats of ancient civilizations.
Animal's World: The African Elephant, An (2000) as Production Company
Documentary about elephants, the world's largest living land animal, weighing up to 7 tons. Their bodies are miracles of engineering with an inflexible skeleton to support their huge bulk, excess skin and ears that act as radiators to cool and a tremendous trunk that is its eating utensil and drinki
Secrets of the Dead (2000) as Production Company
Using the latest laboratory and field science -- DNA evidence, ice core samples, forensic archaeology, bone analysis, climatology and more -- scientists and researchers examine the missing pieces of past mysteries.
La Traviata From Paris (2000) as Production Company
An adaptation of Giuseppe Verdi's opera "La Traviata." Violetta Valery, a Parisian courtesan, leaves the luxurious life granted her by her protector in order to live with a naive, emotional man, Alfredo Germont. Germont's father persuades Violetta to leave Alfredo for the sake of the family reputati
War in Europe (2000) as Production Company
On March 24, 1999, in Kosovo, NATO went to war for the first time in its 50-year history. Examination of the diplomatic infighting that led to war in the Balkans, how the war happened, how it was fought and how it ended. Includes interviews with political leaders, diplomats, military commanders, sol
Hitler's Lost Sub (2000) as Production Company
In 1991, professional diver John Chatterton discovered a sunken German U-boat from World War II, lying undetected only 60 miles off the New Jersey shore, its unexploded torpedoes and the bodies of its crew still aboard. The program follows Chatterton and his dive partners in their quest to identify
Iceman: Mummy From the Stone Age (2000) as Production Company
A variety of theatrical film techniques is used to depict the biology, history and community of "Otzi," an almost perfectly preserved frozen male mummy discovered in 1991 in the Oztzal region of the Austrian Alps and who lived more than 5,000 years ago during the Neolithic Age.
Real Spartacus, The (2000) as Production Company
Profile of Spartacus, a gladiator who became a mythological icon of resistance against oppression worldwide. The program focuses on his struggle against Roman forces, his time as a gladiator, and his role in the slave revolt against Rome in 73 B.C., which convulsed the great empire for two years bef
Undressed (2000) as Production Company
A look at past and present apparel through the eyes of the women who wore it and designers who made it, including Poiret, Vionnet, Dior and Yves Saint Laurent.
Lincoln's Secret Weapon (2000) as Production Company
The story of an armored combat vessel that opened a new chapter in naval warfare. At a critical moment of the American Civil War in 1861, the Navy commissioned the U.S.S. Monitor to test a daring idea -- that a mechanical fighting machine could inflict a crushing defeat on Confederate forces. Not lo
Black Box: Secrets Revealed (2000) as Production Company
Documentary about the black box, sometimes the only thing to survive an airplane crash intact. A black box must pass long series of tests to make sure it can preserve the information it records under any circumstances. Black boxes are fired from a cannon at 34 Gs, stabbed by 1/4" hardened steel rods
Everglades (2000) as Production Company
Documentary about the Everglades, the largest wetland in America. Amid mosquitos and mangroves, scientists are finding that water drainage and contamination may be leading to changes in the wildlife, including alligators. For centuries, the Everglades have hidden evidence of early Native American ci
On the Trail of Mark Twain With Peter Ustinov (1999) as Production Company
In 1897, Mark Twain published an account of his epic journey around the globe. One hundred years later, actor, author and journalist Sir Peter Ustinov crosses three oceans and visits four continents to follow Twain's footsteps.
Great Balloon Race, The (1999) as Production Company
A program that documents the efforts of balloonists to circumnavigate the globe. The first hour follows attempts made during 1997-98, including the mishaps that frustrated the attempts of British billionaire Richard Branson and Swedish balloonist Per Lindstrand; the explosion of American Kevin Ulias
Universe 2001: Beyond the Millennium (1999) as Production Company
Documentary that examines how our planet came into existence, how our sun was formed and whether there could be other life in our universe. Includes interviews with NASA scientists, Cambridge University experts, SETI (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence) scientists and Stephen Hawking.
Battle For Titanic, The (1999) as Production Company
The story of greed, obsession and courtroom conflicts surrounding the 1985 discovery of the Titanic. The world's most famous ship lies submerged two-and-a-half miles in the waters of the North Atlantic. For 73 years, it lay undisturbed, a grave-marker for the 1500 lives lost and a time capsule of th
To the Moon (1999) as Production Company
A celebration of the 30th anniversary of the moon landing and an examination of the future of space technology.
Battle Alert in the Gulf (1999) as Production Company
An examination of U.S. war capability and the technology of a changing battlefield in a post-Cold War scenario.
Beast of Loch Ness, The (1999) as Production Company
Two American scientists use state-of-the-art sonar and sensitive underwater cameras in an attempt to track down and identify the Loch Ness Monster.
Brave New Worlds (1999) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the history of the science-fiction genre in film and literature -- from "Forbidden Planet" to "Star Wars." Includes interviews with legendary authors and filmmakers.
Hostage (1999) as Production Company
Documentary special about the Beirut hostage crisis from 1984 to 1991. Former hostages, including Americans Terry Anderson, David Jacobsen, Tom Sutherland and Joe Cicippio, Britons John McCarthy and Terry Waite, and Irishman Brian Keenan, share the hardships each experienced. Giandomenico Picco, at
Russian Roulette (1999) as Production Company
An investigation of the security of the Russian nuclear arsenal. Includes interviews with U.S. and Russian military commanders and scientists about the potential for catastrophe in the former Soviet Union.
Adoption Picnic, The (1999) as Production Company
A look at a summer's day picnic in Mississippi where foster kids between the ages of 3 and 17 and who are available for adoption get to meet prospective parents. Explores the trauma both adults and children experience in the process.
Models Uncovered (1999) as Production Company
Industry insider David Bailey interviews models that talk about getting started in the business, the pressures of being in the spotlight and the problems with their profession.
Talk to Me: Hostage Negotiators of the NYPD (1999) as Production Company
Documents the work of the NYPD Hostage Negotiation Team.
Berlin Crisis, The (1999) as Production Company
Documentary about the first major confrontation of the Cold War. The Soviets surrounded West Berlin, cutting off food and fuel to the starving population. The Allied Powers faced a dilemma: give the Soviets West Berlin, or resist and risk World War III. The program interviews members of the RAF and
Chair, The (1998) as Production Company
The story of the electric chair. Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse fought a war over the introduction of the chair as a means of death for the State of New York in the 1880s. Neither of them wanted their system used by New York or labeled the Executioner's Current.
Storm of the Century: The Halloween Storm of 1991 (1998) as Production Company
Documentary about the severe storm of October 1991, formed when three weather systems converged off the northeast coast of America. Dubbed "The Perfect Storm" in Sebastian Junger's novel about the gale, the storm overcame boatsmen and struck the coast with little or no warning causing damage and dea
Jonestown: Mystery of a Massacre (1998) as Production Company
Examines evidence about the Jonestown mass suicide secured under the Freedom of Information Act. Includes interviews, photographs, diaries, video footage and audio tape.
Innocents Lost (1998) as Production Company
Documentary exposing the exploitation of children around the world. Includes interviews with officials, children's-rights activists and the victimized children themselves.
Leonard Bernstein: Reaching For the Note (1998) as Production Company
Documentary commemorating the 80th birthday of composer, conductor, teacher and public figure Leonard Bernstein. Includes interviews with Bernstein's family, friends, colleagues, peers and critics and Bernstein's own words, both written and recorded.
Sabu, The Elephant Boy (1998) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of Indian-born actor Sabu and his rise to fame after starring in Robert Flaherty's 1937 film, "Elephant Boy."
World's Most Wanted Man, The (1998) as Production Company
Follows the struggle to bring war criminals from the former Yugoslavia to justice and examines how the failure to arrest and prosecute these men has called into question the seriousness of the West's commitment to human rights. Focuses on the search for Radovan Karadzic, commander in chief of the Bo
Death Train (1998) as Production Company
Documentary tells the story of Joseph Stalin's vast network of brutal concentration camps, intended to dispose of those accused of political crimes. Features interviews with work-camp survivors.
Plane Crazy (1998) as Production Company
Three-part special in which Bob Cringely, a computer industry gossip columnist, attempts to design, build and fly a plane in 30 days.
Real Ellen Story, The (1998) as Production Company
Documentary that explores the question: How tough was it to feature a lesbian leading lady on a network series? Features interviews with Ellen DeGeneres, Anne Heche, Laura Dern, Melissa Etheridge, Diane Sawyer and the production team from the television show "Ellen." Traces the events leading up to
Mysterious Mummies of China (1998) as Production Company
Examines the ancient civilization of China and ponders whether Western civilizations had any influence in the ancient East.
Hollywoodism: Jews, Movies and the American Dream (1998) as Production Company
Documentary based on the book by Neal Gabler about the Jewish men who founded the Hollywood studios, including Adolph Zukor, Carl Laemmle, Louis B Mayer, William Fox, Harry Cohn and the Warner brothers.
Quest For the Lost Civilization (1998) as Production Company
Documentary examining evidence that suggests the existence of a highly complex, technologically advanced civilization in the 11th century BC -- a civilization predating the ancient Egyptians by 7000 years.
Cancer Wars, The (1998) as Production Company
Four-part special about cancer, a disease that strikes one in three people and on which three trillion dollars has been spent in the search for a cure. Examines the social, historical, political and medical struggles and turning points that have accompanied the international fight against cancer.
Ten Plagues of Egypt (1998) as Production Company
Documentary exploring new medical and scientific evidence that suggests that the ten plagues of Egypt, as described in Exodus, did happen in precisely the order given in the Bible. The ten plagues (blood, frogs, lice, wild beasts, blight, boils, hail, locusts, darkness and slaying of the First Born)
Supersonic Spies (1998) as Production Company
Documentary about Cold War politics, focusing on the race to build the first supersonic commercial jet.
TWA 800: The Investigation (1998) as Production Company
Documentary examining the crash of TWA flight 800 on July 17, 1996 and the controversial investigation that followed the disaster.
Wild Islands (1998) as Production Company
Documentary explores the nature of tropical islands. Begins with the formation of the islands, their unique ecosystems and early colonization by native people; then explores the role of islands in assisting and defining the spread of species, cultures and religions; and finally, examines the islands
Bomb Squad (1997) as Production Company
Special focuses on bomb disposal teams, particularly those of the British Army and the IRA.
Henry V at Shakespeare's Globe (1997) as Production Company
On June 12, 1997, with Queen Elizabeth II in attendance, the reconstruction of Shakepeare's Globe Theatre was officially opened. A documentary introduction shows how the Globe's return provides actors, designers and historians with new insights into Shakespeare's plays. Act IV from "Henry V" is then
Calling Dr. Kevorkian: A Date With Dr. Death (1997) as Production Company
Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the controversial doctor who assists sick people in committing suicide, shares his case files, including videos of patients pleading for his assistance in dying, plus interviews with family members and law enforcement officials.
Princess and the Press, The (1997) as Production Company
Examination of how the relationship of the United Kingdom's royal family with the British press, once governed by unwritten rules of privacy, evolved into the media circus that surrounded Princess Diana in her final years.
What Do Women Really Want? (1997) as Production Company
In this special, scientists, evolutionary biologists, fertility experts pool their knowledge to explain female sexual behavior, especially regarding infidelity.
China: Born Under the Red Flag (1997) as Production Company
Documentary chronicling the transformation of China to a world economic and military power since the death of Mao Zedong in 1976. Told through the voices of peasants, students, loyal revolutionaries, political prisoners, etc., the interviews are woven together with archival footage.
Faster Than Sound (1997) as Production Company
Special depicts the efforts of pilots to break the sound barrier, long thought to be an impossible task.
Roam Sweet Home (1997) as Production Company
Special focuses on the community of people who live mobile lives on the road. Ellen Spiro examines the singular lifestyle and views of these nomadic people.
Bigfoot (1997) as Production Company
Documents the attempt to track down Bigfoot, the ape-like creature also known as Sasquatch, supposedly sighted hundreds of times in the United States and Canada since the mid-19th century. Scientists scoff at reports of Bigfoot but people continue to believe in the existence of the creature said to
Odyssey of Life: A Nova Special (1996) as Production Company
The three-part series covers the enormous diversity of life on earth from prehistory to the present, including close-ups of the tiny invaders that reside in, on and around humans. The series also reveals how Swedish microphotographer Lennart Nilsson achieved some of his breathtaking footage for this
Building For Earthquakes (1996) as Production Company
Documentary focusing on recent earthquakes in Mexico City and San Francisco, and the problems of cities like Istanbul which is building unsafe housing for its massive population. The documentary reveals that earthquake-proof buildings cost little more than other buildings, but urban planners are ign
Nuremberg (1996) as Production Company
Documentary looks at the Nuremberg Tribunal, the court which heard the cases of 21 top Nazi officials accused of atrocities in World War II. The special uses rare footage and interviews to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the trials.
21st Century Jet: The Building of the 777 (1996) as Production Company
Multi-part documentary following the development of the Boeing Company's most technically advanced aircraft -- the 777 -- from the corporate conference rooms to the factory floors, from the extensive testing process to the jetliner's first commercial flight with paying passengers.
Typewriter, the Rifle and the Movie Camera, The (1996) as Production Company
A documentary about the Hollywood iconoclast -- filmmaker Sam Fuller, whose career includes such films as "Steel Helmet" (1951), "Pickup on South Street" (1953), "Shock Corridor" (1963), "The Naked Kiss" (1964), "The Big Red One" (1982) and "White Dog" (1984).
Way West, The (1995) as Production Company
A documentary exploring the history of the American West from the time of the Gold Rush until shortly after the last of the Indian Wars at Wounded Knee (1845 - 1893).
Question of Equality, The (1995) as Production Company
Documentary survey of aspects of the United States gay and lesbian civil rights movement since 1965, using archival film, clips from telecasts, newsreel footage, stills, personal testimonies and graphic art.
Nightmare's End: The Liberation of the Camps (1995) as Production Company
Documentary on the Allied liberation of Nazi concentration camps after World War II, presenting testimony from Allied servicemen who discovered the camps.
777: First Flight (1995) as Production Company
Documentary tracing the development of the Boeing 777, one of the largest and most complex aircraft ever built.
Inside the F.B.I. (1995) as Production Company
Four-part documentary examining the F.B.I.'s present and considering its future with access to the agency's inner workings and day-to-day activities.
Naked News (1995) as Production Company
Four-part examination of the news media and its impact on American life. Included in each of the parts: an examination of the superstar anchor system, a profile of CNN and its founder Ted Turner, a look at talkshow hosts who dominate the airwaves and influence the political opinions of millions, and
Home Waters (1995) as Production Company
Documentary following writer and naturalist Robert Perkins' canoe trip 400 miles down the Connecticut River, from the U.S.-Canadian border to Long Island Sound. Focuses on the river's return to health after a century of pollution, as well as personal accounts of its human elements.
Charles Manson: Journey into Evil (1995) as Production Company
Profile of the crimes, arrests and trial of Charles Manson and his followers, found guilty of two murder sprees in the Los Angeles area in 1969. Also investigates how Manson and his gang have been treated by the media and the public in the years since.
Quartet (1994) as Production Company
Exploration of the quartet as a musical form. Examines the quartet in all its varieties by featuring performances by disparate groups.
Cyrano de Bergerac (1994) as Production Company
Performance of Edmond Rostand's play about the 17th century soldier-poet Cyrano de Bergerac who proclaims his love for the beautiful Roxanne through the handsome but ineloquent cadet, Christian.
Mao Years, The (1994) as Production Company
Historical documentary covering China during the quarter-century of Mao Zedong's rule, from the Communist takeover in 1949 to Mao's death and the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976.
Rector's Wife, The (1994) as Production Company
Three-part dramatization of the novel by Joanna Trollope. A clergyman's wife shocks the church establishment and infuriates her husband by taking a job in a supermarket. She attracts the passionate interest of three very different men: a newly-appointed archdeacon; his younger brother, a philosopher
National Geographic's China: Beyond the Clouds (1994) as Production Company
Spanning a period of over a year, follows the everyday life of the people of Lijiang, China, to reveal their common concerns, hopes and fears amid a new wave of gang violence, drug abuse and economic and political reform.
Search For Robert Johnson, The (1994) as Production Company
Portrait of blues singer and song writer Robert Johnson.
Marlon Brando, Wild One (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of actor Marlon Brandon.
Prince Cinders (1994) as Production Company
Animated special based on Babette Cole's unconventional rewriting of "Cinderella." Prince Cinders can't go to Princess Lovelypenny's birthday party because his favorite pair of jeans has been sabotaged by his brothers. With the help of a novice fairy, however, he is able to attend and win her heart.
Storm Chasers (1994) as Production Company
Documentary looking at the "Storm Chasers," a group which gathers in Oklahoma each year to chase tornadoes and learn more about them.
Valley of the Kings, The (1994) as Production Company
Egyptologist John Romer reveals the increasing deterioration of some Egypt's ancient burial chambers.
Zoo (1993) as Tv Distributor
Examination of the diverse activities at the Miami Metro Zoo, exploring the issues of ethics, finances, technology, administration, and research that zoos confront.
Denis Leary: No Cure For Cancer (1993) as Production Company
A comedy special starring standup comic Denis Leary in a telecast of his off-Broadway show "No Cure For Cancer."
Shock Video (1993) as Production Company
Documentary utilizing videos, archival footage and expert commentary to show how video cameras have revolutionized our society.
Bad Blood (1993) as Production Company
A documentary examining the Tuskegee Experiment, a U.S. government medical experiment from 1932 to 1972 in which poor and illiterate black men infected with syphilis were lead to believe that they were helping to find a cure for their disease, but in reality were being used and deceived in a study o
Oedipus Rex (1993) as Production Company
Performance of Stravinsky's 1927 opera, "Oedipus Rex," based on Sophocles' tragedy as staged by Julie Taymor at the Saito Kinen Festival in Matsumoto, Japan. Oedipus, the beloved king of plague-ridden Thebes, in his attempt to discover the murderer of the previous king so that the pestilence may sub
Great Commanders: Napoleon (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life Napoleon Bonaporte, with particular emphasis on the 1805 Battle of Austerlitz.
End of Camelot, The (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the 72 hours surrounding the death of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963.
Great Commanders: Julius Caesar (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and military career of Julius Caesar.
21st Century Jet (1993) as Production Company
Documentary examining the designing, building, testing and marketing of the next generation of jumbo jet -- the Boeing 777.
Great Commanders: Ulysses S. Grant (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of Ulysses S. Grant, Civil War general and 18th president of the United States.
Guilt or Innocence: The Trial of James Earl Ray (1993) as Production Company
A special in which the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. is examined in a courtroom setting. James Earl Ray, the confessed assassin and now serving a 99-year sentence for the crime, is put on trial and is cross-examined via a live satellite hookup.
Naked Sports: Four Portraits (1993) as Production Company
Examination of contemporary sports with reports on Marge Schott, owner of the Cincinatti Reds; Chicago Bulls player Michael Jordan; the rise and fall and resurrection of the Dallas Cowboys; and Dan Duva, boxing promoter.
RFK Assassination, The (1992) as Production Company
A documentary concerning the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy in June 5, 1968 on the evening of his victory in the California Democratic primary. Presents evidence and critical discrepancies showing that Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of the murder, may not really be the assassin.
Murder in Mississippi (1992) as Production Company
Documentary about the 1964 murder of three young civil rights workers in Mississippi.
Key to Watergate, The (1992) as Production Company
A documentary presenting new information on the 1972 Watergate break-in.
Abbado in Berlin: The First Year (1992) as Production Company
A special about the Berlin Philharmonic and its new conductor Claudio Abbado, who leads the orchestra in a performance of Mahler's First Symphony.
Lar Lubovitch Dance Co. and Momix: Pictures on the Edge (1992) as Production Company
In this presentation of "Dance in America," Momix, the dance company formed by Moses Pendleton, performs several works set to Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition." Lar Lubovitch creates a duet to Ravel's "Bolero" entitled "Fandango."
Together... Kiri and Andre on Broadway (1992) as Production Company
Singer Kiri Te Kanawa and composer/conductor Andre Previn perform Broadway classics.
Healing Mind, The (1992) as Production Company
A documentary concerning the relationship between emotion and health.
Father Christmas (1992) as Production Company
Animated special depicting a year in the life of Santa Claus, bearded benefactor and regular guy. Based on the books by Raymond Briggs.
Liberators -- Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II (1992) as Production Company
Documentary about African-American battalions that helped defeat the Nazis in World War II and liberate the concentration camps at Buchenwald, Dachau and Lambach while battling discrimination in a segregated army.
Handel's Messiah: The 250th Anniversary Performance (1992) as Production Company
A broadcast of Handel's oratorio, "The Messiah." A gala concert from The Point Theatre in Dublin, performed in honor of the 250th anniversary of its first performance in 1742.
Painful Case, A (1992) as Production Company
A story about a sea captain's wife and her romantic relationship with a bank clerk. Based on a story by James Joyce.
War Within, The (1991) as Production Company
A documentary chronicling the events that took place among the Allied generals following the initial triumph of the D-Day landing in the summer of 1944.
House of Bernarda Alba, The (1991) as Production Company
An adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca's play about a ruthless Spanish matriarch and her five unmarried daughters.
Watching the Detectives (1991) as Production Company
A special focusing on the real-life experiences of three private detectives. Telecast as part of the "Investigative Reports" series.
La Pastorela (1991) as Production Company
A contemporary Latino adaptation of "La Pastorela," a musical retelling of the shepherd's journey to Bethlehem to see the Christ Child. Adapted from a medieval Shepherd's/Mystery play.
Ratlines (1991) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on a secret alliance among the United States, America, France, Italy, Britain and the Vatican that allowed ex-Nazi war criminals to evade justice after the end of World War II.
Fear in the Dark (1991) as Production Company
A special focusing on the history and appeal of the horror genre. Included are film footage and interviews with horror filmmakers and novelists.
Terror (1991) as Production Company
A three-part documentary series examining modern terrorism around the world.
You're the Top: The Cole Porter Story (1990) as Production Company
A documentary about songwriter Cole Porter. Explores his contributions to Broadway and Hollywood and celebrates his distinctive lifestyle and point of view through archival material and interviews with friends.
Kathleen Battle & Jessye Norman Sing Spirituals (1990) as Production Company
A concert special featuring Kathleen Battle and Jessye Norman of the Metropolitan Opera singing traditional spiritual songs. Broadcast as a presentation of "Great Performances."
Skyscraper (1990) as Production Company
A five-part series that examines the worlds of architecture, construction and high finance involved in the planning and building of skyscrapers. The documentary series focuses on the development and construction of Worldwide Plaza, a 49-story tower built on the former site of Madison Square Garden i
Sir Norbert Smith: A Life (1990) as Production Company
A parody of British television retrospectives of beloved actors. Comedian Harry Enfield stars as the Olivier-like subject, Sir Norbert Smith.
Cinderella (1990) as Production Company
A ballet version of the classic fairy tale, "Cinderella," choreographed by Maguy Marin. A presentation of "Alive From Off Center."
Margot Fonteyn Story, The (1990) as Production Company
Ballerina Dame Margot Fonteyn remembers her life, from her first dancing lesson through her international ballet career. Fonteyn discusses her professional as well as her personal life. Also included are interviews with her colleagues.
Disputation, The (1990) as Production Company
A drama recreating the religious confrontation between King James of Aragon and the Jews in 13th-century Spain.
Antarctica: Frozen Ambitions (1990) as Production Company
A documentary about the continent of Antarctica and the international political concerns and nationalistic ambitions underlying its future.
Chanel Chanel (1989) as Production Company
A documentary on the life and career of influential clothing designer Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel.
Cliff From the Hip (1989) as Production Company
A concert featuring English rocker Cliff Richards performing a collection of his hits as he shares the stage at London's Hippodrome with Elton John, Billy Ocean and other rock 'n' roll performers.
Chasing a Rainbow: The Life of Josephine Baker (1989) as Production Company
A documentary chronicling the life and career of entertainer Josephine Baker, using film footage, photographs, paintings, posters, music and interviews with those who knew her.
Paris Live! The French Revolution Bicentennial (1989) as Production Company
Live coverage of the two-hundredth anniversary of the storming of the Bastille, the event traditionally marking the start of the French Revolution. The program features festivities from Paris as well as those from other French cities. Also featured is coverage of Paris' outdoor "opera-ballet" specta
Silent Mouse (1988) as Production Company
A holiday special which recounts how the classic Christmas carol, "Silent Night" by Franz Gruber, came to be written with the aid of a young boy's pet mouse, "A. Nonny Mouse."
Campaign: The Prime-time President (1988) as Production Company
A program investigating the positive and negative impact of television in the election process and the many shades of opinion that lie in between. The special also explores the influence of advertising, the adversarial relationship of the political process, and how television has supplanted the trad
Terror Trade: Buying the Bomb, The (1988) as Production Company
A documentary which exposes the burgeoning international black market in nuclear technology and hardware, as well as in plutonium, and the possibility of nuclear weapons falling into the hand's of unstable groups and governments.
David Goldblatt: In Black and White (1988) as Production Company
A documentary featuring photographer David Goldblatt discussing his feelings for his native South Africa. Included is a look at some of his photos which provide glimpses of the troubled country.
Long Live the New Flesh: The Films of David Cronenberg (1987) as Production Company
A documentary on the films of director David Cronenberg.
Canyon Consort (1986) as Production Company
The Paul Winter Consort five-member musical group journeys 277 miles down the Colorado River to create music inspired by the sights and sounds of the Grand Canyon.
Witness to Apartheid (1986) as Production Company
A documentary filmed in secret during the 1985 state of emergency in South Africa, exploring the problems of police violence and repression in South African townships via the testimonies of the victims and witnesses of these occurences, with particular focus on the effects of apartheid on children.
Mapp & Lucia (1986) as Production Company
A British series that chronicles the rivalry between Miss Elizabeth Mapp, the reigning queen of Tilling-on-Sea, a small fictional British town, and Mrs. Emmeline Lucas (also known as Lucia), a usurping prima donna who comes to town with her good friend Georgie Pillson and attempts to overturn the es
On the Razzle (1986) as Production Company
Tom Stoppard's adaptation of Johann Nestroy's farce about two young shop clerks who go "on the razzle" in Vienna for a carefree romantic fling.
On Trial: Lee Harvey Oswald (1986) as Production Company
A "what-if" depiction of a hypothetical trial of John Kennedy's alleged assassin, pitting real-life lawyers Vincent Bugliosi and Gerry Spence against each other. The attorneys present evidence and offer their views on Oswald's involvement in the killing.
Snowman, The (1985) as Production Company
An animated film about a boy who makes a snowman. To his surprise and delight, the snowman comes to life and the two fly off on a magical journey to the North Pole.
Praying Mantis (1985) as Production Company
A three-part adaptation of the novel "Les Mantes Religieuses" by Hubert Monteilhet.

Misc. Crew (special)

Madness by Jonathan Miller (1992) as Acknowledgment
A five-part special examining the cultural history of mental illness. Each episode is part drama and part documentary.
64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1992) as Film Footage
Live coverage of the sixty-fourth annual Academy Awards ceremony.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

Ultraviolet (2000) as Production Company
Michael. a Detective Sergeant on a murder squad, is unwittingly sucked into a shadowy battle between humans and vampires when his best friend and partner on the squad, Jack, disappears suddenly. Michael is approached by Angie and Vaughan, two agents supposedly assigned to help in the investigation o
Cinderella (2000) as Production Company
Armistead Maupin's More Tales of the City (1998) as Production Company
Adapted from Armistead Maupin's second novel about the lives of the residents of 28 Barbary Lane, an apartment house in San Francisco. Set in 1977, Mary Ann Singleton and Michael Tolliver go on a Mexican cruise in search of romance, much to the dismay of Michael's roommate, Mona Ramsey. Mary Ann mee
Gulliver's Travels (1996) as Production Company
Miniseries inspired by Jonathan Swift's novel. An English physician, shipwrecked for eight years, finally returns home and recounts an unbelievable odyssey of strange lands and fantastic creatures.
Missing Reel, The (1990) as Distribution Sales (World Sales)
Missing Reel, The (1990) as Production Company
Very British Coup, A (1989) as Production Company

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

White Teeth (2003) as Production Company
Longitude (2000) as Production Company
Anna Karenina (2000) as Production Company
Brides of Christ (1993) as Production Company
Echoes (1988) as Production Company
Hemingway (1988) as Production Company

Production Companies (short)

Bob's Birthday (1994) as Production Company
Margaret Fish struggles to get her husband Bob to unwittingly attend his own surprise birthday party.

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