The story of the onset of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980's, taking an unflinching look at the nation's sexual politics as gay activists and their allies in the medical community fight to expose the truth about the burgeoning epidemic.
Nathan Flomm, a former marketing executive, is publicly humiliated after losing a fortune after a petty argument with his boss. He then changes his identity to escape public humiliation - only to find his past disrupting his new life. Emmy® Nominated.
Based on the life stories of the eccentric aunt and first cousin of Jackie Onassis raised as Park Avenue debutantes but who withdrew from New York society, taking shelter at their Long Island summer home, "Grey Gardens."
Golden Globe® Winner, Emmy® Winner
When music producer Phil Spector is accused of killing actress Lana Clarkson, attorney Linda Kenney Baden sees all signs pointing toward her client's guilt. As she builds her case, Linda realizes that evidence alone may not be enough to win the case.
Immerse yourself in the life and worldview of Harvey Pekar, creator of one of the world's best-loved cult comic books in this Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize winning and Academy Award® Nominated film.
Gia, a tale of self-love, self-image and self-destruction, explores the life of the renowned supermodel. Set in the world of fashion, this edgy biographical drama traces her rise and fall as a highly sought-after model, and eventually, her death from AIDS.
Based on the real-life 2003 memoir by best-selling author Jon Katz, A Dog Year tells the story of a 50-something writer in a mid-existential crisis, who impulsively agrees to adopt a well-bred but high-strung Border Collie named Devon. Emmy® Nominated
Depicting one of the most dramatic events in U.S. history, this film follows the Florida recount from Election Day in November 2000 through the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of George W. Bush over Al Gore five weeks later.
Cinema Verite tells the behind-the-scenes story of the documentary "An American Family," which chronicled the lives of the Louds in the 1970s and catapulted the Santa Barbara family to notoriety while creating a new television genre: the reality TV series.
Based on the bestselling book by Andrew Ross Sorkin, 'Too Big To Fail' offers an intimate look at the epochal financial crisis of 2008 and the powerful men and women who decided the fate of the world's economy in a matter of a few weeks.
In 1998, the Tectonic Theater Project went to Laramie, Wyoming 3 weeks after the brutal murder of a 21-year-old gay college student. Their goal was to understand such an act of such unthinkable violence. Emmy® Nominated.
During World War II, the US Army Air Corps integrate African American pilots into a Fighter Pilot Program. Known as the "Tuskegee Airman," these men were forced to endure harassment and prejudice until at last they were able to prove themselves in combat.
An extraordinary story revealing how Mexican Revolutionary Villa allowed a Hollywood crew to film him and his army fighting the nationalist Huerta forces, altering the course of film and military history in the process. Emmy® Winner.
Three guys. One bar. Too much time on their hands. When a trio of social misfits are thrust into a time-travel conundrum while drinking at their favorite bar, the result is a comedic crisis of mistaken identities, close calls, romance and anarchy.
Elephant is an inside look at a high school on one ordinary day and unfolds in a series of segments that provide overlapping points of view of students seen carrying out a variety of activities in the hours leading up to a catastrophic act of violence.
Ana is an 18-year-old Latina with a bright future ahead of her. But when money for college looks impossible to find, Ana takes a job alongside her sister at a garment factory and encourages them to love every curve of their bodies what makes them different.
The dramatization of Randy Shilts' best seller chronicling the early years of the AIDS epidemic when a handful of individuals fought indifference, prejudice, and politics to battle a deadly epidemic that would soon change the face of the world. Emmy® Winner.
Witty, playful, and utterly magical, this Shakespeare story is a compelling romantic adventure in which Rosalind and Orlando's celebrated courtship is played out against a backdrop of political rivalry, banishment and exile in the Forest of Arden.
The Late Shift is a hilarious insider's account of one of the most outrageous episodes in television history when on May 23, 1991, Johnny Carson rocked the television world by announcing his retirement in one year. Golden Globe® Winner
Take a closer look at the development of Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity, and Einstein's relationship with British scientist Sir Arthur Eddington, the first physicist to experimentally prove his ideas.