Supermensch The Legend of Shep Gordon
Premiere Date: September 20, 2014
Shep Gordon is the consummate Hollywood insider. Though he isn’t a household name, Gordon has become a beacon in the industry, beloved by the countless stars he has encountered throughout his storied career... Learn More
Premiere Date: Sep 27 2013
In 1994 a 13-year-old boy disappeared without a trace from his home in San Antonio, Texas. Three and a half years later he is found alive thousands of miles away in a village in southern Spain with a horrifying story of kidnap and torture... Learn More
Paul Simon's Graceland Journey: Under African Skies
Premiere Date: May 25 2012
Travel with Paul Simon back to South Africa for the 25th anniversary of his renowned South African Graceland album... Learn More
Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer
Nicknamed “The Sheriff of Wall Street,” when he was NY’s Attorney General, Eliot Spitzer prosecuted crimes by America’s largest financial institutions and some of the most powerful executives in the country... Learn More
The Tillman Story
Pat Tillman gave up his professional football career to join the Army Rangers in 2002 and became an instant symbol of patriotic fervor and unflinching duty. But the truth about Pat Tillman is far more complex, and ultimately far more heroic, than the caricature created by the media... Learn More
The September Issue
Premiere Date: Sep 25 2010
Anna Wintour, the legendary editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine for 20 years, is the most powerful and polarizing figure in fashion. Hidden behind her trademark bob and sunglasses, she has never allowed anyone to scrutinize the inner workings of her magazine. Until now... Learn More
“American Teen” intimately captures the lives of four teenagers in one small town in central Indiana through their senior year of high school. Through cinema verite footage, interviews, and animation, “American Teen” presents a candid portrait of being 17.
My Kid Could Paint That
In the span of only a few months, four-year-old Marla Olmstead rocketed from total obscurity to international renown -– and sold over $300,000 worth of paintings doing so. Likened to Kandinsky, Pollock and Picasso, she was the subject of media intrigue from outlets from NPR to Good Morning America, and fielded sponsorship bids from The Gap and Crayola. But not all of the attention was positive.
Premiere Date: Dec 30 2007
In 2005, two documentary filmmakers embarked on a journey to peer into the daily lives of ordinary career criminals. What they didn't expect was to end up spending a year in the life of Kaspar Carr, a reclusive man, whose skills have made him one of Chicago’s most prolific and elusive burglars.
She's My Brother
The film focuses on a year and a half of dramatic change in the life of an enigmatic and outrageous Hollywood character as Alexis' journeys toward becoming male-to-female. Well known as an actor, drag persona ('Eva Destruction') and one of a family of celebrity siblings, Alexis struggles with the concerns of her family, the skepticism of the gay and drag community and the conventional wisdom of the medical-transgender industry.
"Murderball" features fierce rivalry, stopwatch suspense, dazzling athletic prowess, larger-than-life personalities, and triumph over daunting odds. But “Murderball,” the original name for the full-contact sport now known as quad rugby, is played by quadriplegics in armored wheelchairs.
Premiere Date: May 1, 2006
"Rock School" welcomes viewers to the hallowed halls of The Paul Green School of Rock Music, an after-school institution in Philadelphia. Here, kids ages 9 to 17 learn the how-to’s of rock under the tutelage of self-proclaimed rock "uberlord," Paul Green, an unorthodox mentor who put himself through an Ivy League university after leaving home at just 16. A far cry from your typical after-school tutor, Green rants, harangues, begs and pleads – anything to get through to his students. "Rock School" follows a semester of Paul readying his ragtag group of pupils for a final "kick-ass concert," chronicles his unorthodox methods of teaching and seeks to answer the question, is Paul a genuine rock legend in the making, or is he more of an overgrown Peter Pan?
Two-time Academy Award® winner Barbara Kopple (“Harlan County, USA,” “Wild Man Blues,” “The Hamptons”), three-time Emmy Award winner Bob Eisenhardt and Marijana Wotton create yet another powerful documentary as they chronicle five female journalists into the line of fire during the War in Iraq and other perilous assignments. This revealing cinematic tale examines one year in the personal and professional lives of five women journalists at different stages of their careers as they attempt to put a human face on otherwise impersonal tragedies, taking risks along the way to cover the world’s hot spots. Images and words have the power to shape public conscience; journalists bear witness to the weight of history, reminding us that the world extends beyond our backyards.
One Strong Arm
The inspiring and often funny portrait of Cody Wagner, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor when he was just 18 months old. Cody suffered paralyzing strokes while undergoing surgery for the tumor, and doctors said he would never recover. But 16 years later, Cody has found a sport that will make him whole again - arm wrestling!
Zen and the Art of Competitive Eating
When "Crazy Legs" Conti, eccentric New York window washer, nude model and sperm donor, casually broke the world oyster eating record in New Orleans he decided to dedicate himself to fulfilling his lifelong dream of becoming a professional competitive eater. "Zen and The Art of Competitive Eating" chronicles his experiences in a world where eating is the highest art form.