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  • Steel Magnolias
    Sony
    1989 PG 109m
    The story of a close-knit circle of women living in a small town in Louisiana. Contains mature themes and some strong language
    Starring: Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine
  • Brian's Song
    Sony
    1971 G 74m
    Live-action
    James Caan and Billy Dee Williams star in the true story of Chicago Bears' football players Brian Piccolo and Gale Sayers.
    Starring: James Caan, Billy Dee Williams, Jack Warden
  • Molly
    MGM
    1999 PG-13 91m
    When a bachelor becomes the unwilling guardian of his mentally-challenged sister (Elisabeth Shue), an experimental treatment works a dramatic change in her brain and his attitude. Contains some strong language.
    Starring: Elisabeth Shue, Aaron Eckhart, Jill Hennessy
  • Loving Leah
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2009 97m
    Drama / Romance / Movies
    When a young Orthodox Jewish woman (Lauren Ambrose) is widowed by her rabbi husband, an old religious law dictates she must either denounce him, or marry his younger brother. (2009)
    Starring: Lauren Ambrose, Adam Kaufman, Susie Essman
  • A Family Thing
    MGM
    109m
    When Southerner, Earl, reads a letter his mother gave him on her deathbed, he discovers his birthmother was a black maid who worked for his parents, and that he has a brother living in Chicago.
    Starring: Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones
  • Lassie
    Anderson Digital
    2005 99m
    When a family in financial crisis is forced to sell their beloved dog Lassie, she escapes from her new owners and sets out on a long journey home.
    Starring: Peter OToole , Samantha Morton, John Lynch
  • The Pride of the Yankees
    Miramax
    1942 PG 128m
    Biography
    A biographical drama of the inspiring life of New York Yankee immortal Lou Gehrig, from his career beginnings to the illness that struck him down in his prime. Starring Gary Cooper and Babe Ruth as himself.
    Starring: Gary Cooper, Babe Ruth, Teresa Wright
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  • Rocky
    MGM
    1976 PG 119m
    In this Academy Award winner for Best Picture, smalltime boxer Rocky Balboa is chosen to take on the heavyweight champ in a New Year's Day bout, and he needs to prepare himself mentally and physically for the fight of his life.
    Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burt Young
  • Far And Away
    NBC/Universal
    1992 PG-13 140m
    Romance
    Tom Cruise, as Joseph Donnelly, and Nicole Kidman, as Shannon Christie, forge a tight bond in this story of Irish immigrants looking for a better life and a piece of land in the United States in the 1890s.
    Starring: Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Thomas Gibson
  • Hand in Hand
    Sony
    1961 73m
    When a little girl is bullied, a boy rushes to help her and they become instant best friends, but their religious differences may get in the way.
    Starring: Finlay Currie, Loretta Parry, Finlay Currie
  • I Downloaded A Ghost
    Beta Film
    90m
    Comedy
    After accidentally downloading the ghost of a burglar named Winston from the internet, Stella begins to help him to right the wrongs of his past and return what he'd stolen.
    Starring: Carlos Alazraqui, Ellen Page, Vincent Corazza
  • Sounder
    MarVista Entertainment
    1972 105m
    In this Oscar-nominated family classic, the son of a family of sharecroppers comes of age in the Depression-era South after his father is imprisoned for stealing food.
    Starring: Cicely Tyson, Paul Winfield, Kevin Hooks
  • Misty
    MarVista Entertainment
    1961 91m
    When a 12-year-old boy and his sister fall in love with a beautiful wild pony up for auction, they rally their sympathetic community to try to win the horse.
    Starring: David Ladd, Arthur OConnell, Pam Smith
  • 84, Charing Cross Road
    Sony
    1987 PG 99m
    Anne Bancroft and Anthony Hopkins star in this charming true story chronicling the 20-year correspondence between Helene Hanff, an American writer, and Frank Doel, a London bookseller.
    Starring: Anne Bancroft, Anthony Hopkins, Judi Dench
  • Inherit the Wind
    MGM
    1960 127m
    Nominated for four Oscars, in this fictionalized account of the landmark 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial, two lawyers argue the case of a high school science instructor arrested for teaching the Theory of Evolution. Starring Spencer Tracy, Frederic March, and Gene Kelly. Directed by Stanley Kramer.
    Starring: Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, Gene Kelly
  • Not Without My Daughter
    MGM
    1991 PG-13 107m
    Sally Field stars in this compelling, true story of an American who, along with her young daughter, becomes trapped in Iran after her husband tricks her into "visiting" his homeland. (1991)
    Starring: Sally Field, Alfred Molina, Sheila Rosenthal
  • A Home of Our Own
    MGM
    1993 PG 100m
    The story is located in Los Angeles in the sixties. An energetic widow, Frances Lacey, with her six children try to make a dream of theirs come true: to have a home of their own. Therefore they leave Los Angeles and head for the countryside, while facing all kinds of difficulties during their journey.
    Starring: Kathy Bates, Edward Furlong, Clarissa Lassig
  • Courage Mountain
    MGM
    1990 PG 98m
    In this version of Heidi, a young Swiss girl is sent off to boarding school at the beginning of World War I.
    Starring: Juliette Caton, Joanna Clarke, Charlie Sheen
  • The Black Stallion
    MGM
    1979 G 119m
    In this Oscar nominated classic, a ten-year-old boy forges a strong bond with an Arabian stallion after they become marooned on a deserted island. Starring Mickey Rooney and Teri Garr.
    Starring: Kelly Reno, Mickey Rooney, Clarence Muse
  • ...And Your Name Is Jonah
    MGM
    1979 PG 95m
    A couple whose son is diagnosed as developmentally challenged and institutionalized is shocked to discover the diagnosis is wrong, and that their son is actually deaf. Starring Sally Struthers and James Woods.
    Starring: Sally Struthers, James Woods, Randee Heller
  • The Long Walk Home
    Miramax
    1990 PG 95m
    A white, upperclass housewife (Sissy Spacek) creates a stir by showing support for her black maid (Whoopi Goldberg) during the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott of the civil rights movement.
    Starring: Sissy Spacek, Whoopi Goldberg, Dwight Schultz
  • Music of the Heart
    Miramax
    1999 PG 123m
    Drama / Movies
    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.
    Starring: Meryl Streep, Cloris Leachman, Henry Dinhofer
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  • Madeline Lost In Paris
    DHX
    1999 G 75m
    Madeline stars in her first full-length animated feature, in which she must outwit a nefarious villain masquerading as her long-lost uncle and return to Paris and Miss Clavel and the girls – the only family she has ever known.
    Starring: Lauren Bacall, Jason Alexander, Andrea Libman
  • The Secret of Kells
    Cinedigm
    2009 75m
    Nominated for the Best Animated Feature Film at the 82nd Academy Awards, this beautiful movie tells the story of how a young Irish boy faces his deepest fears to help complete the illuminated Book of Kells. Contains some mature themes and violence. Common Sense Media recommends it for ages 9 and up.
    Starring: Evan McGuire, Christen Mooney, Brendan Gleeson
  • The Secret of NIMH
    MGM
    1982 G 82m
    Drama
    In this beloved animated tale, a widowed field mouse journeys to find a secret society of super-intelligent rats in order to save her children and her home. (1982)
    Starring: Derek Jacobi, Elizabeth Hartman, Arthur Malet
  • Thunderbird 6
    MGM
    1968 G 89m
    The International Rescue team is faced with one of its toughest challenges yet as it fights to save a revolutionary aircraft hijacked on its maiden voyage around the world. (1968)
    Starring: Peter Dyneley, Sylvia Anderson, Shane Rimmer
  • Caillou's Holiday Movie
    DHX
    2013 72m
    Caillou, the curious preschooler, tackles all sorts of winter activities.
    Starring: Annie Bovaird, Merlee Shapiro, Jennifer Sequin
  • Casper's Haunted Christmas
    Anderson Digital
    2000 79m
    Casper, the worlds friendliest ghost, is ordered to scare at least one human before Christmas Day, a task that isnt so easy for the kindhearted ghoul.
    Starring: Brendon Ryan Barrett, Kathleen Barr, Ian Jame Corlett
  • Twas the Night Before Bumpy
    DHX
    1995 63m
    Mr. Bumpy and his friend Squishy get into more mischief when they attempt to steal all of Santa's presents on Christmas Eve.
  • Little Spirit: Christmas in New York
    Anderson Digital
    44m
    Holiday / Movies
    A magical story of a young boy, new to the big city of Manhattan, in search of his lost dog. Featuring the voices of Danny Devito, Brenda Song, and Lucy Liu.
    Starring: Danny DeVito, Brenda Song, Lucy Liu
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  • 1 Chance 2 Dance
    MarVista Entertainment
    2013 88m
    When an aspiring dancer is uprooted mid-semester of her senior year, she finds herself in a new high school, where her heart is divided between two boys, and she has one last shot at making her dream a reality.
    Starring: Lexi Giovagnoli, Justin Ray, Rae Latt
  • 3 Times a Charm
    MarVista Entertainment
    2014 87m
    Emma, the studious editor of the school newspaper, is given a magical necklace that grants her three chances to see the consequences of her actions.
    Starring: Carlo Marks, Lexi Giovagnoli, Noelle Perris
  • Cupid and Cate
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2000 99m
    The sisters of a newly single woman (Mary-Louise Parker) play matchmaker after she almost marries Mr. Wrong. She instantly falls for Mr. Right (Peter Gallagher), but is it too good to be true?
    Starring: Mary-Louise Parker, Peter Gallagher, Bebe Neuwirth
  • Dancing at Lughnasa
    Sony
    1998 PG 94m
    Five sisters and one little boy face life’s challenges together in 1930s Ireland as they struggle to keep their home and family together.
    Starring: Gerard McSorley, Meryl Streep, Michael Gambon
  • Durango
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1999 100m
    In 1930s Ireland, a young man, eager to prove himself to the father of the woman he loves, dares to lead a cattle drive through the Irish countryside.
    Starring: Matt Keeslar, Patrick Bergin, Brenda Fricker
  • Follow the Stars Home
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    Forced to choose between her unborn child and the man she loves, a young mother (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) struggles to raise a child with disabilities, learning along the way that she may be single, but she's not alone. (2001)
    Starring: Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Campbell Scott, Eric Close
  • Front of the Class
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    102m
    Based on a true story, a man with Tourette's Syndrome fights to fulfill his dream of becoming a teacher. Starring Treat Williams and Patricia Heaton. (2008)
    Starring: James Wolk, Treat Williams, Sarah Drew
  • In Love and War
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2001 98m
    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.
    Starring: Callum Blue, Barbora Bobulova, Peter Bowles
  • Lovely, Still
    Monterey Media
    2008 92m
    Holiday
    When a stranger (Ellen Burstyn) shows up at his house one winter night, a lonely, old man (Martin Landau) discovers love for the first time. Also starring Elizabeth Banks.
    Starring: Martin Landau, Ellen Burstyn, Elizabeth Banks
  • Loving Leah
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2009 97m
    Drama / Romance / Movies
    When a young Orthodox Jewish woman (Lauren Ambrose) is widowed by her rabbi husband, an old religious law dictates she must either denounce him, or marry his younger brother. (2009)
    Starring: Lauren Ambrose, Adam Kaufman, Susie Essman
  • My Man Godfrey
    Legend Films
    93m
    Comedy
    In this classic 1930s screwball comedy, a young heiress falls for the new butler, a former vagrant who proves appearances aren't always what they seem. (1936)
    Starring: William Powell, Carole Lombard, Alice Brady
  • Plainsong
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    104m
    Two teachers (Aidan Quinn and Rachel Griffiths) offer guidance and support to a pregnant student (America Ferrera) who is thrown out of her house. (2004).
    Starring: Aidan Quinn, Rachel Griffiths, America Ferrera
  • Silk Hope
    Vanguard Cinema
    89m
    After the death of her mother, Frannie Vaughn (Farrah Fawcett) stops living irresponsibly and vows to pull her family back together and in the process unlocks a family secret.
  • The Lost Valentine
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2011 96m
    Decades after a war widow (Betty White) loses her husband in World War II, a young journalist (Jennifer Love Hewitt) investigates the circumstances of his disappearance.
    Starring: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Betty White, Sean Faris
  • The Love Letter
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1998 99m
    After finding an old love letter hidden in an antique desk, a young man begins a magical correspondence with the woman who wrote it back in 1863. Starring Jennifer Jason Leigh.
    Starring: Campbell Scott, Jennifer Jason Leigh, David Dukes
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  • Babe
    NBC/Universal
    1995 92m
    The secret lives of barnyard animals are revealed in this sweet story of an orphaned pig that learns how to herd sheep and wins the hearts of everyone living on the farm.
    Starring: Christine Cavanaugh, Miriam Margolyes, Danny Mann
  • Stuart Little
    Sony
    1999 PG 84m
    When a human family adopts a mouse named Stuart in this movie that merges animation with live action, their human son doesn't like his new brother and the cat wants to get rid of him.
    Starring: Michael J. Fox, Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie
  • Bear With Me
    Questar Entertainment
    96m
    Movies
    Lost in the vast wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, a young girl is reunited with the orphaned bear cub she helped release back into the wild three years ago. Now fully grown, the bear repays the favor by guiding her home. (2005).
    Starring: Kaitlyn Burke, Michael Ontkean, Helen Shaver
  • The Brainiacs
    Beta Film
    96m
    Matt and Kelly Tyler have come up with a plan to use the power of online stock trading to take control of their dad's company and make him spend more time with his kids. Little do they know, however, that they're not the only ones eyeing the family business.
    Starring: Kevin Kilner, Alexandra Paul, Florence Stanley
  • Joey
    MGM
    1997 PG 97m
    Billy is a boy who is trying to save a baby kangaroo called Joey when it is caught and taken to Sydney. Linda, the young daughter of the U.S. Ambassador is helping Billy in his task.
    Starring: Jamie Croft, Alex McKenna, Rebecca Gibney
  • Kermit's Swamp Years
    Sony
    2002 G 82m
    Our favorite puppet frog and his pal leave their swamp home and team up with a stray dog to rescue their friends from a very uncertain future.
    Starring: Steve Whitmire, Bill Barretta, Dave Goelz
  • Sheeba
    Questar Entertainment
    91m
    When his parents separate, a young boy from New York is forced to move to the country to live with his grandfather (Ed Asner), but a new four-legged friend helps ease the transition. (2005)
    Starring: Edward Asner, Ruby Handler, Dylan Patton
  • Radio Rebel
    MarVista Entertainment
    89m
    Comedy / Romance
    A painfully shy high school student has a secret identity as the most popular radio DJ in Seattle. (2012)
    Starring: Debby Ryan, Sarena Parmar, Adam DiMarco
  • The Secret of NIMH
    MGM
    1982 G 82m
    Drama
    In this beloved animated tale, a widowed field mouse journeys to find a secret society of super-intelligent rats in order to save her children and her home. (1982)
    Starring: Derek Jacobi, Elizabeth Hartman, Arthur Malet
Academy Award Winners & Nominees
  • Children of Heaven
    Miramax
    1997 PG 87m
    A pair of young Iranian siblings devise an elaborate scheme to share one pair of shoes so they can both attend school. Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film (Subtitled in English)
    Starring: Amir Farrokh Hashemian, Bahare Seddiqi
  • Genghis Blues
    Cinedigm Documentaries
    1999 85m
    In this Oscar-nominated documentary, a blind bluesman and composer makes a musical pilgrimage to the land of Tuva where the art of throat-singing is practiced.
    Starring: Richard Feynman, B.B. King, Kongar-ol Ondar
  • God of Love
    Ouat Media
    18m
    Romance
    In this Academy Award winning short, a lounge-singing darts champion finds his prayers are answered - literally - when he receives a box of love-inducing darts.
    Starring: Luke Matheny, Marian Brock, Christopher Hirsh
  • Head Over Heels
    National Film
    10m
    In this Academy Award Nominated short, a husband and wife have grown apart over the years. He lives on the floor, she lives on the ceiling, and the marriage hangs in the balance.
    Starring: Nigel Anthony, Rayyah McCaul
  • Helium
    Magnet Film
    2013 22m
    This year's Oscar winner for Best Live Action short tells the story of a young boy named Alfred who is hospitalized with a terminal condition. But when an eccentric hospital janitor, Enzo, begins telling him stories about the magical fantasy world of HELIUM, Alfred rediscovers the joy in a life that he'd nearly given up on.
    Starring: Casper Crump, Marijana Jankovic, Pelle Falk Krusbaek
  • Inherit the Wind
    MGM
    1960 127m
    Nominated for four Oscars, in this fictionalized account of the landmark 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial, two lawyers argue the case of a high school science instructor arrested for teaching the Theory of Evolution. Starring Spencer Tracy, Frederic March, and Gene Kelly. Directed by Stanley Kramer.
    Starring: Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, Gene Kelly
  • On Any Sunday
    Monterey Media
    1971 88m
    An Academy Award nominated documentary on motorcycle racing featuring stars of the sport, including legendary actor Steve McQueen.
    Starring: Bruce Brown, David Evans, Mert Lawwill
  • Pocketful of Miracles
    MGM
    1961 PG 136m
    Comedy
    In this Oscar-nominated classic, when a beggar woman's daughter comes to town with her rich fiance and his father, she must trick them into believing she is one of New York's elite. Starring Bette Davis. (1961)
    Starring: Glenn Ford, Bette Davis, Hope Lange
  • Sounder
    MarVista Entertainment
    1972 105m
    In this Oscar-nominated family classic, the son of a family of sharecroppers comes of age in the Depression-era South after his father is imprisoned for stealing food.
    Starring: Cicely Tyson, Paul Winfield, Kevin Hooks
  • Steel Magnolias
    Sony
    1989 PG 109m
    The story of a close-knit circle of women living in a small town in Louisiana. Contains mature themes and some strong language
    Starring: Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine
  • The Black Stallion
    MGM
    1979 G 119m
    In this Oscar nominated classic, a ten-year-old boy forges a strong bond with an Arabian stallion after they become marooned on a deserted island. Starring Mickey Rooney and Teri Garr.
    Starring: Kelly Reno, Mickey Rooney, Clarence Muse
  • The Lost Thing
    Ouat Media
    15m
    Drama / Short films
    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)
    Starring: Tim Minchin
  • The Man Who Skied Down Everest
    Canamedia
    1975 84m
    Documentary / Movies
    An Academy Award-winning documentary about a Japanese skier's determined quest to achieve a superhuman feat.
    Starring: Yuichiro Miura
  • The Secret of Kells
    Cinedigm
    2009 75m
    Nominated for the Best Animated Feature Film at the 82nd Academy Awards, this beautiful movie tells the story of how a young Irish boy faces his deepest fears to help complete the illuminated Book of Kells. Contains some mature themes and violence. Common Sense Media recommends it for ages 9 and up.
    Starring: Evan McGuire, Christen Mooney, Brendan Gleeson
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  • The Locket
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2002 98m
    Distraught by the death of his mother, a young man takes a job at a nursing home and begins an unexpected, life-changing friendship with one of the patients (Vanessa Redgrave).
    Starring: Vanessa Redgrave, Chad Willett, Marguerite Moreau
  • Rose Hill
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1997 98m
    Raised on a ranch in the Old West by her four brothers, a young woman (Jennifer Garner) learns a secret about her past that threatens to destroy the family.
    Starring: Jennifer Garner, Jeffrey D. Sams, Zak Orth
  • Harvest of Fire
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1996 100m
    Sent to investigate a string of mysterious barn fires, a FBI agent struggles to earn the trust of the tight-knit Amish community she is trying to help. Starring Patty Duke, featuring Jennifer Garner.
    Starring: Lolita Davidovich, Patty Duke, J.A. Preston
  • The Runaway
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    In the segregated South of 1940s Georgia, after two boys make an unsettling discovery, the new sheriff reopens an unsolved murder case that shakes up the whole town. Starring Dean Cain and Maya Angelou. (2000)
    Starring: Dean Cain, Debbi Morgan, Kathryn Erbe
  • Ellen Foster
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1997 97m
    After her mother dies, a young girl with an abusive father longs for a stable, loving home. Starring Jena Malone.
    Starring: Julie Harris, Jena Malone, Ted Levine
  • Brush with Fate
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    100m
    The history of a lost Vermeer painting comes to life when an eccentric teacher (Glenn Close) shares her secret treasure with a new colleague. Also starring Ellen Burstyn. (2003)
    Starring: Glenn Close, Thomas Gibson, Ellen Burstyn
  • Breathing Lessons
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1994 PG 97m
    As they journey to a friend's funeral, a long-time married couple (James Garner and Joanne Woodward) bicker, reminisce, and reaffirm their love along the way. (1994)
    Starring: James Garner, Joanne Woodward, Kathryn Erbe
  • The Lost Child
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    Based on a true story, a Jewish woman in search of her biological parents discovers her Navajo roots. (2000)
    Starring: Mercedes Ruehl, Cristine Rose, Jamey Sheridan
  • Journey
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    Abandoned by his mother, an emotionally wounded young boy is left in the care of his grandparents, who try desperately to mend his broken heart. (1995)
    Starring: Jason Robards, Brenda Fricker
  • The Echo of Thunder
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    Following the death of her mother, an only child is sent to live with her father and his new family on a farm in the Australian Outback. (1998)
    Starring: Judy Davis, Jamey Sheridan, Lauren Hewett
  • Night Ride Home
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    97m
    A grief-stricken family, on the brink of falling apart, shows the key to overcoming tragedy is coming together. Starring Rebecca De Mornay, Ellen Burstyn, and Thora Birch. (1999)
    Starring: Rebecca De Mornay, Keith Carradine, Ellen Burstyn
  • Redwood Curtain
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1995 98m
    After the death of her adoptive father (John Lithgow), a young piano prodigy sets out in search of her biological father (Jeff Daniels), a reclusive veteran living in the Redwood Forest. (1995)
    Starring: Jeff Daniels, Lea Salonga, Debra Monk
  • Caroline?
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1990 99m
    Fifteen years after allegedly dying in a plane crash, a wealthy heiress suddenly reappears on her family's doorstep. But is it really her?
    Starring: Stephanie Zimbalist, Pamela Reed, George Grizzard
  • A Place for Annie
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1994 99m
    A pediatric nurse (Sissy Spacek) fights to retain custody of an abandoned, HIV positive infant after the birth mother (Mary-Louise Parker) reemerges.
    Starring: Sissy Spacek, Mary-Louise Parker, Dorothy
  • Old Man
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1997 97m
    Based on the tale by William Faulkner, when a convict rescues a pregnant woman (Jeanne Tripplehorn) from the great Mississippi flood of 1927, the odd pair must work together in order to survive.
    Starring: Jeanne Tripplehorn, Arliss Howard, Leo Burmester
  • The Flamingo Rising
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2001 97m
    A funeral parlor director (William Hurt) is infuriated when a ruthless entrepreneur opens the world's largest drive-in theater across the street.
    Starring: William Hurt, Elizabeth McGovern, Brian Benben
  • Saint Maybe
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1998 98m
    A troubled teen unintentionally creates family chaos when he starts to suspect his brother's wife is cheating on him. Starring Mary-Louise Parker and Blythe Danner.
    Starring: Blythe Danner, Thomas McCarthy, Mary-Louise Parker
  • The Summer of Ben Tyler
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1996 99m
    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.
    Starring: James Woods, Elizabeth McGovern, Len Cariou
  • Calm at Sunset
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1996 97m
    A college dropout (Peter Facinelli) causes family heartbreak by wanting to follow in his father's footsteps as a fisherman. (1996)
    Starring: Michael Moriarty, Peter Facinelli, Kevin Conway
  • Firelight
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2012 96m
    Troubled young women in a correctional facility seek redemption through an elite firefighting program founded by a passionate counselor (Cuba Gooding Jr.).
    Starring: Cuba Gooding Jr., QOrianka Kilcher
  • A Smile as Big as the Moon
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    95m
    A special education teacher (John Corbett) will stop at nothing to help his students achieve their impossible dream of going to Space Camp. (2012)
    Starring: John Corbett, Jessy Schram, Logan Huffman
  • Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    95m
    Based on his autobiographical, bestselling novel, writer Mitch Albom (Tuesdays with Morrie) reluctantly agrees to pen the eulogy of his childhood rabbi. Starring Bradley Whitford and Laurence Fishburne. (2011)
    Starring: Laurence Fishburne, Martin Landau, Bradley Whitford
  • Silver Bells
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2005 97m
    Two strangers, both widowed, continually cross paths each holiday season, until they eventually realize a connection they can no longer ignore. Starring Anne Heche and Tate Donovan.
    Starring: Anne Heche, Tate Donovan
  • Pictures of Hollis Woods
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    95m
    A retired art teacher (Sissy Spacek) opens her home to a young girl in foster care. The two quickly bond, but their relationship is threatened by the onset of Alzheimer's. (2007)
    Starring: Sissy Spacek, Alfre Woodard, Jodelle Ferland
  • The Valley of Light
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    97m
    A young WWII vet returns home to find the life he knew gone. Starring Chris Klein and Gretchen Mol. (2007)
    Starring: Chris Klein, Gretchen Mol
  • Candles on Bay Street
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2006 97m
    Single mom (Alicia Silverstone) returns to her hometown and tensions rise when she bumps into her old flame...and his wife.
    Starring: Alicia Silverstone, Eion Bailey, Annabeth Gish
  • Fallen Angel
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    After the death of his estranged father, a successful attorney (Gary Sinise) returns to his hometown in Maine, where he is confronted by tragic memories and reunited with an old acquaintance (Joely Richardson). (2003)
    Starring: Gary Sinise, Joely Richardson
  • The Seventh Stream
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    96m
    Still mourning the death of his wife after five years, the life of an Irish fisherman begins to magically transform when he meets a mysterious woman. (2001)
    Starring: Scott Glenn, Saffron Burrows
  • What the Deaf Man Heard
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1997 98m
    A boy stops talking after losing his mother, and from then on, is perceived as deaf and mute by the whole town. After twenty years, he finds himself the guardian of many secrets...but are some too dangerous to keep? Starring Matthew Modine, James Earl Jones, and Jerry O'Connell. (1997)
    Starring: Matthew Modine, James Earl Jones, Claire Bloom
  • In Love and War
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2001 98m
    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.
    Starring: Callum Blue, Barbora Bobulova, Peter Bowles
  • A Season for Miracles
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    A guardian angel helps a struggling family stay together over the holidays. Starring Patty Duke, Carla Gugino, and Laura Dern. (1999)
    Starring: Carla Gugino, Patty Duke, Laura Dern
  • Durango
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1999 100m
    In 1930s Ireland, a young man, eager to prove himself to the father of the woman he loves, dares to lead a cattle drive through the Irish countryside.
    Starring: Matt Keeslar, Patrick Bergin, Brenda Fricker
  • Grace & Glorie
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    When a lonely New Yorker (Diane Lane) moves to the country to care for a terminally ill widow (Gena Rowlands), the two women begin an unexpected friendship that changes their lives. (1998)
    Starring: Gena Rowlands, Diane Lane, Neal McDonough
  • The Piano Lesson
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1995 99m
    Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning play, a 1930s African-American family is divided over what to do with their heirloom piano.
    Starring: Charles S. Dutton, Alfre Woodard, Carl Gordon
  • A Painted House
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    97m
    Based on the John Grisham novel inspired by his youth, in the summer of 1952, a young boy gets exposed to the grittier side of farm life working in the cotton fields on his family's plantation. (2003)
    Starring: Scott Glenn, Arija Bareikis, Robert Sean Leonard
  • Little John
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    A woman reconnects with her estranged father (Ving Rhames) after his health starts to fail, discovering he's been raising the child she gave up for adoption twelve years earlier. (2002)
    Starring: Ving Rhames, Gloria Reuben, Ruben Santiago-Hudson
  • Follow the Stars Home
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    Forced to choose between her unborn child and the man she loves, a young mother (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) struggles to raise a child with disabilities, learning along the way that she may be single, but she's not alone. (2001)
    Starring: Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Campbell Scott, Eric Close
  • Missing Pieces
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    100m
    Seeking closure after his son's apparent suicide, a father travels to Mexico to claim the body. But the more he learns about his son's final days, the more he suspects it wasn't suicide after all. (2000)
    Starring: James Coburn, Lisa Zane, Paul Kersey
  • To Dance with the White Dog
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1993 100m
    After his beloved wife (Jessica Tandy) of fifty years suddenly dies, a grieving widower finds an unlikely companion in a stray dog.
    Starring: Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy, Christine Baranski
  • An American Story aka After the Glory
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1992 100m
    Based on a true story, when six soldiers return home from WWII to find their small town overrun with corruption, they realize their fight for freedom is far from over. Starring Tom Sizemore and Kathleen Quinlan.
    Starring: Brad Johnson, Kathleen Quinlan, Tom Sizemore
  • The Blackwater Lightship
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    97m
    In a seaside village in Ireland, three generations of strong-willed women set their differences aside to care for a loved one dying of AIDS. Starring Angela Lansbury and Dianne Wiest. (2004)
    Starring: Dianne Wiest, Gina McKee, Keith McErlean
  • The Love Letter
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1998 99m
    After finding an old love letter hidden in an antique desk, a young man begins a magical correspondence with the woman who wrote it back in 1863. Starring Jennifer Jason Leigh.
    Starring: Campbell Scott, Jennifer Jason Leigh, David Dukes
  • The Magic of Ordinary Days
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2005 99m
    After becoming pregnant out of wedlock in the 1940s, a young woman (Keri Russell) is thrown out of the house and forced into an arranged marriage with a lonely farmer (Skeet Ulrich).
    Starring: Keri Russell, Skeet Ulrich, Mare Winningham
  • Cupid and Cate
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2000 99m
    The sisters of a newly single woman (Mary-Louise Parker) play matchmaker after she almost marries Mr. Wrong. She instantly falls for Mr. Right (Peter Gallagher), but is it too good to be true?
    Starring: Mary-Louise Parker, Peter Gallagher, Bebe Neuwirth
  • Crossroads: A Story of Forgiveness
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    120m
    After his wife and child are killed in an illegal street racing accident, a grieving man (Dean Cain) fights to bring justice to the teenager responsible. (2007)
    Starring: Dean Cain, Peri Gilpin, Shiloh Fernandez
  • The Russell Girl
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2008 95m
    Still racked with guilt over a past tragedy, college graduate and medical school hopeful (Amber Tamblyn) returns home to share some bad news with her family. Instead, she realizes she must first confront the past before she can ever move forward.
    Starring: Amber Tamblyn, Jennifer Ehle, Henry Czemy
  • Blind Spot
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1993 120m
    The perfect life of a Congresswoman (Joanne Woodward) takes an unexpected turn after she discovers her daughter (Laura Linney), a new mother herself, is a cocaine addict. (1993)
    Starring: Joanne Woodward, Laura Linney, Reed Diamond
  • The Boys Next Door
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    1996 99m
    With his marriage on the line, a social worker who supervises a household of mentally challenged men struggles to balance his job with his neglected personal life. Starring Nathan Lane and Mare Winningham.
    Starring: Nathan Lane, Robert Sean Leonard, Tony Goldwyn
  • Back When We Were Grownups
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    A humorous, touching story of a self-sacrificing matriarch (Blythe Danner) who has an uncharacteristic mid-life crisis, after years of putting her family first, and goes in search of her former self. Also starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Fonda (2004)
    Starring: Blythe Danner, Faye Dunaway, Peter Fonda
  • My Sister's Keeper
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    106m
    When their mother dies, a career-minded New Yorker (Elizabeth Perkins) is appointed trustee of her older sister (Kathy Bates), who suffers from a debilitating psychiatric disorder. (2002)
    Starring: Kathy Bates, Elizabeth Perkins, Clark Gregg
  • Riding The Bus With My Sister
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    98m
    A driven New York fashion photographer (Andie MacDowell) returns home to be with her mentally challenged sister (Rosie O'Donnell) after the death of their father, and finds she has much to learn about life and love. (2005)
    Starring: Andie MacDowell, Richard T. Jones, Rosie ODonnell
  • Beyond The Blackboard
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2011 97m
    Biography
    A young teacher (Emily VanCamp) is determined to transform a makeshift homeless shelter classroom into a warm environment where improverished children can gain knowledge and self-respect.
    Starring: Emily VanCamp, Steve Talley, Treat Williams
  • Front of the Class
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    102m
    Based on a true story, a man with Tourette's Syndrome fights to fulfill his dream of becoming a teacher. Starring Treat Williams and Patricia Heaton. (2008)
    Starring: James Wolk, Treat Williams, Sarah Drew
  • The Water Is Wide
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    100m
    A young teacher is determined to bring education and inspiration to an impoverished African-American community in 1960s South Carolina. Based on the memoir by bestselling author, Pat Conroy. (2006)
    Starring: Jeff Hephner, Frank Langella, Alfre Woodard
  • Plainsong
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    104m
    Two teachers (Aidan Quinn and Rachel Griffiths) offer guidance and support to a pregnant student (America Ferrera) who is thrown out of her house. (2004).
    Starring: Aidan Quinn, Rachel Griffiths, America Ferrera
  • The Lost Valentine
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2011 96m
    Decades after a war widow (Betty White) loses her husband in World War II, a young journalist (Jennifer Love Hewitt) investigates the circumstances of his disappearance.
    Starring: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Betty White, Sean Faris
  • When Love Is Not Enough
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    96m
    Drama / Movies
    Based on the true story of the troubled, yet enduring love of Alcoholics Anonymous co-founder Bill Wilson and his wife, Lois (Winona Ryder), who co-founded Al-Anon for families of alcoholics in 1951. (2010)
    Starring: Winona Ryder, Barry Pepper
  • Loving Leah
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2009 97m
    Romance
    When a young Orthodox Jewish woman (Lauren Ambrose) is widowed by her rabbi husband, an old religious law dictates she must either denounce him, or marry his younger brother. (2009)
    Starring: Lauren Ambrose, Adam Kaufman, Susie Essman
  • A Dog Named Christmas
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2009 94m
    Holiday
    When a local animal shelter becomes overcrowded during the holidays, a young man with developmental disabilities convinces his family to foster a dog.
    Starring: Bruce Greenwood, Linda Emond, Noel Fisher
  • The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    2009 96m
    The inspirational true story of a social worker who risked her life to save thousands of Jewish children during WWII. Starring Anna Paquin and Marcia Gay Harden.
    Starring: Anna Paquin, Goran Visnjic, Marcia Gay Harden
  • November Christmas
    Hallmark Hall of Fame
    93m
    Determined to bring some joy to his sick little girl, a desperate father (John Corbett) attempts to move up the holidays. (2009)
    Starring: Sam Elliott, John Corbett, Sarah Paulson
Sports
  • Amazing Grace and Chuck
    Sony
    1987 PG 115m
    After touring a nuclear missile plant, Chuck Murdock, the pitcher on his little league team, vows to quit baseball until nuclear weapons are banned. People start noticing when an NBA star joins the strike.
    Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Gregory Peck, Alex English
  • A League of Their Own
    Sony
    1992 PG 127m
    Tom Hanks and Geena Davis star in this big-league comedy based on the real-life exploits of the All-American Girls Baseball League. Contains some mild language.
    Starring: Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, Madonna
  • A Second Chance
    MarVista Entertainment
    2013 PG 95m
    A young girl and her coach overcome adversity to make their way into the National Australian Gymnastics Competition.
    Starring: Alanah GIlbert, Amy Handley, Carmel Johnson
  • On Any Sunday
    Monterey Media
    1971 88m
    An Academy Award nominated documentary on motorcycle racing featuring stars of the sport, including legendary actor Steve McQueen.
    Starring: Bruce Brown, David Evans, Mert Lawwill
  • The Endless Summer
    Monterey Media
    1966 91m
    In this classic surfing documentary, two young surfers travel around the world in search of the perfect wave.
    Starring: Michael Hynson, Robert August, Wayne Miyata
  • Muhammad Ali
    Bell Media
    2006 PG 46m
    Lives That Changed the World: Muhammad Ali. A documentary about Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest athletes of all time.
  • Elevate
    Cinedigm
    2011 PG 82m
    From a basketball academy in Senegal, to the high-pressure world of American prep schools, this film documents the extraordinary personal journeys of four particularly tall West African teenage boys with NBA dreams.
    Starring: Dethie, Amadou Gallo Fall
  • Paper Lion
    MGM
    105m
    Comedy
    Alan Alda portrays a journalist who wants to see what it's like to try out for a professional football team. Much chaos and comedy result. Based on the true experiences of writer George Plimpton. Lauren Hutton co-stars with real-life sports personalities. (1968)
    Starring: Alan Alda, Lauren Hutton, Joe Schmidt
  • My Run
    Virgil Films
    84m
    After tragically losing his wife to breast cancer and struggling to raise three young children on his own, real life super hero and modern day 'Forrest Gump,' Terry Hitchcock seized on an idea to do the impossible: run 75 marathons in 75 consecutive days. Narrated by Billy Bob Thornton.
    Starring: J. Marie Fieger, Chris Hitchcock, Jason Hitchcock, Teri Sue Hitchcock, Terry Hitchcock
  • Brian's Song
    Sony
    1971 G 74m
    Live-action
    James Caan and Billy Dee Williams star in the true story of Chicago Bears' football players Brian Piccolo and Gale Sayers.
    Starring: James Caan, Billy Dee Williams, Jack Warden
  • The Anderson Monarchs
    Philly Soccer Doc
    76m
    The Anderson Monarchs is about an all-girls soccer team competing, living, and thriving in an at-risk urban neighborhood in Philadelphia.
    Starring: Walter Stewart
    Michelle Obama
    Jlon Flippens
    Kahlaa Cannady
    Ramona Petty
  • The Pride of the Yankees
    Miramax
    1942 PG 128m
    A biographical drama of the inspiring life of New York Yankee immortal Lou Gehrig, from his career beginnings to the illness that struck him down in his prime. Starring Gary Cooper and Babe Ruth as himself.
    Starring: Gary Cooper, Babe Ruth, Teresa Wright
  • United
    Content Media
    2011 93m
    The true story of the Manchester United soccer team and their fight to overcome tragedy following the 1958 plane crash that killed eight of their players. (2011)
    Starring: Dean Andrews, Kate Ashfield, Natalie Burt
  • The Man Who Skied Down Everest
    Canamedia
    1975 84m
    An Academy Award-winning documentary about a Japanese skier's determined quest to achieve a superhuman feat.
    Starring: Yuichiro Miura
  • From the 50 Yard Line
    Doug Lantz
    94m
    It's not just a football field ... it's a stage! Experience the drama-filled life of a high school marching band.
  • Rocky Marciano
    Camelot Entertainment
    1999 94m
    Exclusively sanctioned by the Marciano Estate, this biographical documentary is a must-see for all boxing fans.
  • The Jackie Robinson Story
    Jewel Pictures
    76m
    The true story of the first African-American Major League Baseball player. Starring Jackie Robinson as himself. (1950)
    Starring: Jackie Robinson, Ruby Dee
  • I Speak Soccer
    Terry Kegel
    84m
    Join American Terry Kegel as he embarks on a world-wide tour examining the sport which binds all cultures.
  • The Long Green Line
    LGL Productions
    90m
    The Long Green Line is not only a team but a rite of passage. It is a lifeline for young runners as they move from adolescence to manhood.
  • Wilma
    Bud Greenspan Olympics
    1977 100m
    Biography / Drama
    The true story of American track star Wilma Rudolph, who overcame a childhood plagued by illness to win three gold medals in the 1960 Olympics. Starring Cicely Tyson and Denzel Washington. (1977)
    Starring: Shirley Jo Finney, Cicely Tyson, Jason Bernard
  • Bud Greenspan Remembers: The 1984 LA Olympics
    Bud Greenspan Olympics
    100m
    Bud Greenspan reflects on the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, where athletes such as Carl Lewis and Mary Lou Retton became household names.
  • Bud Greenspan Remembers: 1972 Munich Games
    Bud Greenspan Olympics
    89m
    Bud Greenspan recounts the tragic events of the 1972 Olympic games in Munich Germany.
  • Bud Greenspan's Favorite Stories of Olympic Glory
    Bud Greenspan Olympics
    90m
    Documentary / Interview / Series / Movies
    Bud Greenspan profiles some of his favorite Olympic athletes including, Nadia Comaneci, Abebe Bikila, Duncan Armstrong, Alberto Juantorena, Alexander Karelin, Dan O'Brien and Nawal el Moutawakil.
DocumentariesSee All
  • 49 UP
    First Run Features
    135m
    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.
    Starring: Bruce Balden
    Jacqueline Bassett
    Symon Basterfield
    John Brisby
  • A Small Act
    Cinedigm Documentaries
    2010 PG 87m
    In this award-winning documentary, a young Kenyan's life changes drastically when his education is sponsored by a Swedish stranger. Years later, he works to replicate the kindness he once received.
  • About Face
    Camelot Entertainment
    97m
    The remarkable story of young Jewish immigrants who fled Germany and Austria only to return and confront their oppressors as American GIs and British Tommies.
  • American Harmony
    Breaking Glass Pictures
    86m
    American Harmony is a journey into the lives of four barbershop quartets and their quest to win the world's greatest singing competition - that you've never heard of.
  • Ballou
    Garden Thieves Pictures
    86m
    An award winning high school marching band is a source of inspiration in a community plagued with crime.
  • Bedford: The Town They Left Behind
    Vanguard Cinema
    77m
    As young soldiers in Bedford, VA's 116th National Guard unit deploy for Iraq and Afghanistan they recall the story of the members of their unit who were the first to come under German fire on the beaches of Normandy.
  • Brothers on Holy Ground
    Vanguard Cinema
    52m
    Drama
    This documentary, made by a FDNY fireman, chronicles the events before, during and after the tragic events of 911.
  • Bud Greenspan Remembers: 1972 Munich Games
    Bud Greenspan Olympics
    89m
    Bud Greenspan recounts the tragic events of the 1972 Olympic games in Munich Germany.
  • Bud Greenspan Remembers: The 1984 LA Olympics
    Bud Greenspan Olympics
    100m
    Bud Greenspan reflects on the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, where athletes such as Carl Lewis and Mary Lou Retton became household names.
  • Bud Greenspan's Favorite Stories of Olympic Glory
    Bud Greenspan Olympics
    90m
    Documentary / Interview / Series / Movies
    Bud Greenspan profiles some of his favorite Olympic athletes including, Nadia Comaneci, Abebe Bikila, Duncan Armstrong, Alberto Juantorena, Alexander Karelin, Dan O'Brien and Nawal el Moutawakil.
  • Bud Greenspan's Favorite Stories of Winter Olympic Glory
    Bud Greenspan Olympics
    103m
    Bud Greenspan revisits his favorite stories and personalities from past Winter Olympic Games. Includes rare archival footage and interviews that expound on the experiences of seven world-class Winter Games competitors.
  • Chops
    Virgil Films
    87m
    Each year, Jazz at Lincoln Center and its artistic director Wynton Marsalis host the Essentially Ellington Festival, a competition of high school jazz bands from across the country. Chops focuses on one Florida band's experience at the festival.
  • Disney World Resort: Behind the Scenes
    Questar Entertainment
    48m
    Go behind the scenes of Orlando, Florida's Disney World Resort!
  • Disneyland Resort: Behind the Scenes
    Questar Entertainment
    51m
    Go behind the scenes of California's Disneyland Resort, the first in the family of Disney Parks that now span the entire globe.
  • Elevate
    Cinedigm
    2011 PG 82m
    From a basketball academy in Senegal, to the high-pressure world of American prep schools, this film documents the extraordinary personal journeys of four particularly tall West African teenage boys with NBA dreams.
    Starring: Dethie, Amadou Gallo Fall
  • February One: The Story of the Greensboro Four
    California Newsreel
    57m
    On February 1, 1960, four African American college students sparked a civil rights movement that changed the course of American History.
  • Flight of Faith: The Jesus Story
    ITV
    2000 48m
    Flight Of Faith takes to the sky for a bird's eye view of the life of Jesus, traveling through his homeland and exploring the settings of many familiar bible stories.
    Starring: Laurence Vulliamy
  • From the 50 Yard Line
    Doug Lantz
    94m
    It's not just a football field ... it's a stage! Experience the drama-filled life of a high school marching band.
  • Girls Rock
    Camelot Entertainment
    2007 88m
    At this summer camp, girls learn to ROCK ... and a whole lot more.
  • Happy
    Cinedigm Documentaries
    2011 PG 75m
    Fame? Fortune? Family? The key to finding happiness is explored.
    Starring: Anne Bechsgaard, Gregory Berns, Roy Blanchard
  • Happy Birthday
    Tricon Films
    2002 39m
    In a series of unique short films, fading in and out, ten characters are captured through vignettes of each of their birthdays.
  • I Can Tell the World
    Vanguard Cinema
    77m
    An interracial, multigenerational choir dedicates itself to the preservation and perfomance of African American spirituals.
  • I Speak Soccer
    Terry Kegel
    84m
    Join American Terry Kegel as he embarks on a world-wide tour examining the sport which binds all cultures.
  • Jacques-Yves Cousteau
    Bell Media
    2010 45m
    My Father, The Captain: Jacques-Yves Cousteau. As the son of legendary underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, Jean-Michel Cousteau takes an open and intimate look at the life he shared with his father. (2010)
  • James Castle: Portrait of an Artist
    First Run Features
    52m
    Jeffrey Wolf's acclaimed film reveals Castle's life and creative process, as told by family members, art historians, curators, artists, collectors, and members of the deaf community.
    Starring: Rosalie Sorrels
    Robert Storr
    Terry Winters
    John Yau
    Christian Zacharies
  • Mary of Nazareth
    Questar Entertainment
    102m
    Holiday
    This biblical drama tells the story of Jesus through the eyes of his mother, the one person with Him from birth to death. (1995)
    Starring: Myriam Muller, Didier Bienaime, Eric Jakobiak
  • Most Valuable Players
    Virgil Films
    95m
    This award-winning documentary follows three high school theater troupes on their journey to the Freddy Awards, a high school version of Broadway's Tony Awards. (2010)
    Starring: John Andreadis, Frank Anonia, Shelley Brown, Rita Cortez, Zachary Gibson, Corey Jones, Amanda Kostalis, Jill Kuebler, Vic Kumma, Deena Linn, Andrew McKeough, Ali Mosser, Mark Stutz, Jennifer Wescoe and Katie Wexler
  • Muhammad Ali
    Bell Media
    2006 PG 46m
    Lives That Changed the World: Muhammad Ali. A documentary about Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest athletes of all time.
  • My Run
    Virgil Films
    84m
    After tragically losing his wife to breast cancer and struggling to raise three young children on his own, real life super hero and modern day 'Forrest Gump,' Terry Hitchcock seized on an idea to do the impossible: run 75 marathons in 75 consecutive days. Narrated by Billy Bob Thornton.
    Starring: J. Marie Fieger, Chris Hitchcock, Jason Hitchcock, Teri Sue Hitchcock, Terry Hitchcock
  • Nelson Mandela
    Bell Media
    2010 PG 46m
    Lives That Changed the World: Nelson Mandela. The life, history, and political biography of Nelson Mandela, as told by ten people who were there, including himself.
  • On Any Sunday
    Monterey Media
    1971 88m
    An Academy Award nominated documentary on motorcycle racing featuring stars of the sport, including legendary actor Steve McQueen.
    Starring: Bruce Brown, David Evans, Mert Lawwill
  • Orchestra of Exiles
    First Run Features
    85m
    From Academy Award-nominated director Josh Aronson, Orchestra of Exiles reveals the dramatic story of Bronislaw Huberman, the celebrated Polish violinist who rescued some of the world's greatest musicians from Nazi Germany and then created one of the world's greatest orchestras.
    Starring: Josh Aronson
  • Rocky Marciano
    Camelot Entertainment
    1999 94m
    Biography
    Exclusively sanctioned by the Marciano Estate, this biographical documentary is a must-see for all boxing fans.
  • Shakespeare High
    Cinema Guild
    81m
    Shakespeare High is a riveting documentary about Southern California students that study Shakespeare to compete in a drama Festival. This Festival was a steppingstone for such stars as Kevin Spacey, Val Kilmer, Mare Winningham and Richard Dreyfuss, all featured in this film.
    Starring: Luis Cardenas
    Richard Dreyfuss
    Sue Freitag
    Marisa Gold
    Val Kilmer
    Julian G. Simmons
    Kevin Spacey
    Michelle Sui
    Mare Winningham
  • Smile Pinki
    Smile Train
    40m
    A young girl receives life altering surgery. Winner of an Academy Award for Best Documentary, Short Subject.
  • Something Within Me
    Vanguard Cinema
    52m
    Located in the poorest section of the South Bronx, St. Augustine's is a school dedicated to teaching a curriculum rich in music and the arts ... and the impact the program has had is astonishing.
  • The Anderson Monarchs
    Philly Soccer Doc
    76m
    The Anderson Monarchs is about an all-girls soccer team competing, living, and thriving in an at-risk urban neighborhood in Philadelphia.
    Starring: Walter Stewart
    Michelle Obama
    Jlon Flippens
    Kahlaa Cannady
    Ramona Petty
  • The Danish Solution
    Garden Thieves Pictures
    58m
    A massive, citizen-driven operation helps the Jews escape Denmark during the Holocaust. Narrated by Garrison Keillor.
  • The Endless Summer
    Monterey Media
    1966 91m
    In this classic surfing documentary, two young surfers travel around the world in search of the perfect wave.
    Starring: Michael Hynson, Robert August, Wayne Miyata
  • The Long Green Line
    LGL Productions
    90m
    The Long Green Line is not only a team but a rite of passage. It is a lifeline for young runners as they move from adolescence to manhood.
  • The Man Who Skied Down Everest
    Canamedia
    1975 84m
    An Academy Award-winning documentary about a Japanese skier's determined quest to achieve a superhuman feat.
    Starring: Yuichiro Miura
  • The Power of Prayer
    Questar Entertainment
    59m
    This program presents five moving stories of men and women who have turned to God for guidance and help. Each story captures the power and mystery of how prayer really works.
  • The Story of Silent Night
    Questar Entertainment
    32m
    This is the magical true story of a young Austrian priest who received heavenly inspiration to commemorate the birth of Jesus by writing the world's most beloved Christmas carol, 'Silent Night.'
  • The Whale
    Cinedigm Documentaries
    2011 G 85m
    Narrated by Ryan Reynolds, "The Whale" tells the story of Luna, a young wild killer whale who tries to befriend people off the rugged coast of Vancouver Island.
    Starring: Ryan Reynolds
  • Turtle: The Incredible Journey
    Phase 4 Films Inc.
    2009 79m
    Turtle: The Incredible Journey is a remarkable story of a little loggerhead turtle, as she follows in the path of her ancestors on one of the most extraordinary journeys in the natural world.
    Starring: Miranda Richardson