The Freemasons claim to be a civic-minded fraternity bound together by harmless rituals, yet throughout their long history, they have been accused of plotting to take over the world, as well as being devil worshipers who stole King Solomon's treasure. This dramatic reenactment, interspersed with expert interviews, tells the Freemasons' central myth concerning Hiram Abiff, the mythical builder of Jerusalem's Temple of Solomon. Features historians Stephen Bullock Dan Burstein, Brent Morris Akram Elias, and author David Shugarts. But will a rational view reveal the Freemasons as an important and honorable thread in the fabric of America?
Within every religion and every State there lurks an underground stream controlling those in power. This is the story of those who have guarded this sacred knowledge for centuries.
An in depth, real-life account of America’s finest flight squads of the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps. Climb into the cockpit with the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds and take off on a whirlwind adventure through the skies at blazing speeds. Cameras placed inside the cockpit provide a first-hand account of what it’s like to be one of chosen few who maneuver these planes, as you soar through the skies with highly trained pilots. Learn the history of both teams from their inaugural flight to present day combat battles. For more than 60 years, these pilots have dazzled more than 400 million spectators and now show you the sky is not the limit!
Robert Wyatt is one of the best-kept secrets of contemporary British music. Drummer and vocalist in Soft Machine which played with Hendrix and Pink Floyd in their heyday, he split from the group in the late 1960s and started recording solo albums. A fall from a window left Wyatt confined to a wheelchair, but he continued recording, even in hospital. His most well-known song is probably Shipbuilding, a protest against the Falklands war written for him by Elvis Costello, while his 1997 album Schleep won acclaim as one of the best albums of the past 10 years. In addition to performance footage of the famously retiring musician, the documentary contains interviews with John Peel, Brian Eno, Annie Whitehead, Alfie and Robert Wyatt himself.
The struggles of moving Keiko, star of Free Willy, from Mexico City to a much better place in Oregon, US.
Women getting into a fight.
Drama, Short | 2003 (New Zealand)
Dragon Rojo Jr., Mr. Profesional, ¡Sorpresa!, Rayo X and TseTse Fly are five friends who, with their fabulous wrestling skills, try to defend in the ring a village being attacked by a group of monstrous rudos (bad guy wrestlers) under the leadership of Rey Extremo. By the creators of ¡Mucha Lucha!
6 Conceptions of Freedom is a study of Alexander Kiellands plass in Oslo, looking at the social and physical frames of imagination. Its a documentary that explores loneliness and powerlessness in our ideal of freedom. Is freedom a question of uncertainty or happiness, action or condition?
The committee led by Çerçiz Topulli, Mihal Grameno and Hajredin Tremishti return to their village and assassinate the Turkish officer of Gjirokastra. Afterwards, the Ottoman army starts a campaign against the province of Mashkullorë, which became a symbol of Albanian resistance and fight for freedom.
On August 25, 1968, 7 people gathered in Lobnya Square in Moscow protesting against the entry of troops of the Warsaw Pact countries into Czechoslovakia. For 5 minutes of freedom in the main square of the Soviet Union, they paid years of prisons, links and camps. The authors of the film meet three participants of the legendary "demonstration of seven" and show young fighters for human rights in modern Russia. Who are they - the dissenters of our time - and what are they willing to sacrifice for the sake of living in a democratic society?
In 1859 the United States was a nation torn apart over the issue of slavery. At sea off the coast of Africa, the USS Constellation's mission is to interdict ships smuggling slaves.
The Bible comes alive with this epic story from an award-winning team, with major credits on films including Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back and The Miracle Maker. Friends and Heroes traces the tale of two friends - Macky and Portia - whose adventures lead them across the ancient world as they fight for justice and even survival against the might of the Roman Empire. In Sweet Freedom, Macky and the gang plan to rescue some slaves forced to work in the Roman granaries. Through their experiences and retelling of their people's stories - Moses and the Egyptian Slavemaster and Saul on the road to Damascus - we learn the importance of taking a stand and choosing the right path.
The first two installments of a continuing saga: Lust for Wander & Running Free.
Fifty years after the fall of his country, can the Dalai Lama make a breakthrough in his efforts to find a solution to the Tibet question?
From the Civil Rights era to Watergate, the most striking moments in 20th-century American history were accompanied by music that reflected those turbulent times. Revisit the sounds of Pete Seeger and others in this musical history lesson.
Peter is in his early forties and until recently he worked in a factory, but after Slovenia's integration into the European Union, the factory closed down and Peter and his colleagues have been made redundant. Slowly but surely, he is losing self-confidence and self-esteem.
Possibly the most lucid, vivid, and awesome demonstration of the building up of still images to create moving ones, Pasadena Freeway Stills simply, gracefully and powerfully shows us the process by which we are fooled by the movies. By doing so, Gary Beydler mines a very rich vein of associations and metaphor, without the slightest ostentation. Constructed as a thrilling arc of realization and, in a quite moving way, disappointment, the film is a beautiful articulation of our emotional entanglement with moving images, while simultaneously creating a form in which the illusion of cinema is brought into incredible relief as the film we're watching gradually catches up to the film Gary is holding up to the camera with his hands, one frame at a time. (Mark Toscano)
The Battle of Gettysburg