Explore the haunted grounds of Civil War battlefields, “spooktactular” caverns and more! – Orbs, Ghosts, The Civil War and Beyond…What are ‘orbs’? Why are Civil War battlefields and ‘spooktacular’ caverns crowded with ghosts? What, if anything, happens after we die? These and other questions haunt ghost hunter Carl ‘Maverick’ Lawhead, who pursues a very personal quest to find out. ‘Maverick’ and the other members of C & C Investigations run toward hauntings, not away from them.
Death is a taboo subject. Most of us do not want to discuss it. We tiptoe around it, try to circumvent it, or use euphemisms. Maybe we think we can avoid death, but no one can and death is not limited to physical death. It comes in many forms.
The complete life story of songwriter, producer and entrepreneur- Will.I.Am. From “being raised in the ghetto’ to forming the Black Eyed Peas, everything Will.I.Am touches turns to gold. He has dabbled in fashion, technology, acting and business. He is the first artist to have a song sent to Mars. There are no limits or boundaries for this universal superstar. What will he do next?
A never-before-told tale of endurance and determination, 3100 Run and Become
follows participants in the world’s longest certified running race – the Self-Transcendence
3100 Miler – as they attempt to shatter the boundaries of human possibility. The film takes
the audience from the heart of this astonishing event staged entirely in New York City to
sites around the world where cultures have held running sacred for millennia – to the
Kalahari, the mountains of Japan and to the Navajo Nation where people run not for glory but
for spiritual enlightenment and universal oneness.
Born Guilty is the story of a lonely and frazzled New York social worker (Rosanna Arquette) who can’t resist the urge to intervene in her son Marty’s life. Meanwhile, Marty (Jay Devore) is trying to be creative in his advertising career and manage a romantic relationship at the same time, on top of constantly talking his mother off the ledge. When Marty’s free-spirited Aussie pal Rawl (David Coussins) shows up, Marty hires Rawl to see Judy and ‘restore her to health’ — any way it takes. Director Max Heller’s heartfelt, ensemble comedy is filled with wry, sly, funny and sexy connections reminiscent of Nora Ephron, Neil Simon, Woody Allen, The Farrelly Brothers and Rob Reiner’s romantic concoctions.
In April 2009, Bryce Lemon and his sister Alyssa departed on what they hoped would be a spiritual journey around the world. But what they found was more human and real. From the Maleku Indians and Ancient Egyptians to the modern world, they discovered that the search for happiness is what unites us. Beautifully shot in 28 countries over a ten month shoot, from Machu Picchu to Siam, Take it with You shows that the most important thing for us all, is finding the beauty within.
Matthew Broderick stars in the outrageous comedy Out on a Limb. When hotshot Manhattan stockbroker Bill Campbell (Matthew Broderick) receives a call for help from his younger sister, who is convinced her stepfather is up to no good, he gets mixed up in a kidnapping and loses his wallet containing a phone number worth $140 million! His attempt to retrieve the wallet and save his sister lead him to bizarre encounters with two simple-minded backwoods brothers, two inexperienced and insecure policemen, and his sister’s nearsighted stepfather whose evil twin brother is out to get him. How Bill manages to retrieve his possessions — and find his true love — makes Out on a Limb a hilarious, fast-paced comedy treat.
Mention Geisha and a hundred and one images of beautiful young Japanese women, dressed in the traditional Kimono, will immediately spring to mind. However, in western society the history and art of the Geisha is shrouded in mystery and fraught with controversy. Even well researched Hollywood movies on the subject have faced cultural obstacles, and the Geisha code of silence has proved to be equally as inscrutable as these remarkable women themselves. This fascinating exploration of the Geisha will take you on an enlightening journey of discovery into the secret world of Japanese society. Uncover the origins of the Geisha, who in the first instance were all male, and follow their evolution through to the 21st Century. Let the ancient traditions of Japan open your mind to a more elegant and genteel way of life, which values all the Arts, in every form, and the frequently overlooked skills of polite conversation. Step back in time to an age of tradition and culture, normally hidden from public view that has preserved the art of the Geisha for all eternity.
Based on real events, two sisters struggle with what it means to be a mother – one after the sudden loss of her baby, the other with her own inability to care for her young child. Together, they learn to navigate the phases of grief in order to heal.