Guido is a charming, bumbling Jewish waiter whose colorful imagination and playful spirit help him to woo a beautiful schoolteacher. The couple marries and has a young son, but before long their idyllic world is threatened by Nazi soldiers who force the family into a concentration camp. Guido must now use his imagination again. (1997)
Four women rent a chateau on a remote Italian island to try to come to grips with their lives and relationships. They explore the differences in their personalities, reassess their goals, and reexamine their relationships in a sisterly fashion.
A music teacher (Meryl Streep) fights the schoolboard for a chance to teach violin to inner-city kids. Also starring Gloria Estefan, Aidan Quinn, Angela Bassett, and Cloris Leachman. (1999)
(EDITED FOR TV) A janitor at MIT (Matt Damon) proves to be a mathematics genius, but needs help from a court-ordered therapist (Robin Williams) to find his direction in life. Also starring Ben Affleck and Minnie Driver. Winner of two Academy Awards. (1997)
Tells the inspiring story of an all-girls African-American soccer team competing, living, and thriving in an at-risk urban neighborhood in Philadelphia.
Tells the inspiring story of an all-girls African-American soccer team competing, living, and thriving in an at-risk urban neighborhood in Philadelphia. ''The film compares more than favorably with last year's Oscar-winning documentary, 'Undefeated,' ...''
When a sham marriage with a Russian bride goes awry, a Czech bachelor is left to take care of the woman's five-year-old son, who only speaks Russian. Academy Award Winner for Best Foreign Language Film. (1996) (Subtitled in English)
A successful Italian director returns to his hometown for the first time in thirty years, and reflects on his youth spent at the Cinema Paradiso, where he first fell in love with cinema. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. (1988) (Subtitled in English)
Based on a true story, a British soldier stranded in enemy territory during WWII falls in love with a local Italian girl. But with the Germans advancing, the war that brought them together could now separate them forever. (2001)
A quirky love story revolving around the unexpected wedding and unconventional married life of a 26-year-old widow and her late husband's brother, a handsome 30-year-old cardiologist.
In the 1940s rural South, an attorney running for office creates a stir when his family takes in a disabled, African-American boy. Starring James Woods and Elizabeth McGovern. (1996)
A story that honors the risks and sacrifices made by generations of Americans in pursuit of freedom, equality, and opportunity.
"Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world." - Harriet Tubman
After spending their whole lives feeling small and out of place in the big world, Tom Thumb and Thumbelina (voiced by Elijah Wood and Jennifer Love Hewitt) discover there are other tiny people like themselves. (2002)
Determined to save the family farm after her grandfather passes away, an orphaned, Welsh teenager prepares to race the farm's prized stallion for a chance to save her home. (1992)
At a Sydney girls' school, music director Karen Carey prepares her young students for a concert at the Opera House. Carey inspires many of her girls, but some do not share her passion and are not afraid to say so. Mrs. Carey's Concert is the 2nd highest grossing documentary in Australian box office history. Winner of Best Feature Documentary Film and Best Direction in a Feature Documentary at the Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts!
49 Up tracks the lives of a diverse group of people every seven years in England. 42 years ago in 7 Up, we first met the subjects as seven-year-olds. Now, we catch up with them at age 49.
In this Academy Award winning short, a boy discovers a strange creature on a beach, and decides to find a home for it in a world where everyone believes there are far more important things to pay attention to. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Short Film, Animated. (2011)
An amazing educator in the Louisville School System, Jeffrey Wright pours his heart and emotion into the well being of his students. Little do they know that Wright's life at school is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the love he carries for his own family.