RSSArchive for February, 2009

Seeking Happily Ever After

Seeking Happily Ever After

Now available digitally from Lionsgate Films on ITunes, Cable OnDemand and more!

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Smitten

Smitten

Rene di Rosa is smitten by art. For over 50 years the renowned Napa Valley collector and California art patron has been seeking out unknown and emerging artists, adding their work to his ever-growing and vast collection. SMITTEN is not only about a man and his vast and extraordinary collection, it also offers a delightful commentary on the “art” of aging successfully.

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Sourlands

Sourlands

Filmmaker Jared Flesher sets out to tell the story of the last green spot on the map between New York City and Philadelphia- a place defined by ecological wealth and memorable citizenry.

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Sousa on the Rez

Sousa on the Rez

When you hear the phrase “Native American music” you may not think of tubas, trumpets and Sousa marches. Yet this rich musical tradition has been a part of Native American culture for over one hundred years.

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Speaking In Tongues

Speaking In Tongues

Speaking in Tongues follows four diverse kids on a journey to become bilingual. This charming story will challenge you to rethink the skills that Americans need in the 21st century.

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Street Fighting Man

Street Fighting Man

Amidst a rising tide of foreclosures, crime, drug abuse, and poverty, one neighborhood on Detroit’s East Side is struggling to reinvent itself and arrest this vicious cycle of urban decay.

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Sweet Old Song

Sweet Old Song

In his final years, string-band musician and national treasure Howard Louie Bluie Armstrong shared a life of creativity and feisty humor with artist Barbara Ward. Together they undertook a bittersweet journey to discover the past and their place in it.

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Sync Or Swim

Sync Or Swim

A splashy look at a marginal sport: U.S.A’s top synchronized swimmers endure rigorous training and overcome unthinkable obstacles to compete for Olympic glory. Now available on DVD!

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Today The Hawk Takes One Chick

Today The Hawk Takes One Chick

This observational film is told from the poignant perspective of three grandmothers (gogos) who have become instrumental in defining a new world order in the fight against the spread of HIV.

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