Most Popular Titles With Mark Jonathan Harris
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1. Code Black (2013)
78 min | Documentary, Drama
A notorious trauma bay in an inner-city ER earns its keep as the 'hurt locker of medicine' as new, idealistic and adrenaline-seeking doctors train in an environment akin to a war-zone. When... See full summary »
PG | 122 min | Documentary, History, War
The story of the child refugees who were transported to Britain to escape the Nazi Holocaust.
4. Spirit of the Marathon (2007)
PG | 104 min | Documentary, Sport
The first ever feature-length film to capture the essence, drama and unique spectacle of the famed 26.2-mile race, the production features five runners - three amateurs and two elites - as ... See full summary »
5. The Long Way Home (1997)
120 min | Documentary, History, War
The story of the post World War II Jewish refugee situation from liberation to the establishment of the modern state of Israel.
98 min | Documentary
Documentary about the art of film editing. Clips are shown from many groundbreaking films with innovative editing styles.
9. Living in Emergency (2008)
Unrated | 120 min | Documentary
In the war-zones of Liberia and Congo, four volunteers with Doctors Without Borders struggle to provide emergency medical care under extreme conditions.
10. The A-Word (2010)
27 min | Documentary, Short, Drama
In the fall of 2009, Lindsay Ellis, a 25 year old graduate student, made the decision to terminate her first and only pregnancy, finding the decision much more difficult than she anticipated.
12. Change Up (2002)
46 min | Documentary, Drama, Family
From the Dominican Republic come two teenage baseball players, best friends, competing against each other to live the American Dream.
13. The Brothers Warner (2007)
Not Rated | 90 min | Documentary, Biography, History
An intimate portrait and saga of four film pioneers--Harry, Albert, Sam and Jack who rose from immigrant poverty through personal tragedies persevering to create a major studio with a social conscience.
14. You Laugh But It's True (2011)
84 min | Documentary, Biography, Comedy
In the world of stand-up comedy in South Africa, Trevor Noah uses his childhood experiences in a biracial family during apartheid to prepare for his first one-man show.
15. The Raw Truth (2011)
24 min | Documentary, Short, Comedy
In a world full of sickness and death, can eating a completely raw vegan diet cure all? Some Raw Vegans argue that health and youth start from within and eating only foods that are alive (raw) will prevent disease.
16. City 40 (2014)
80 min | Documentary | Post-production
Deep in Russia, there is a closed-nuclear-city that houses thousands of men women and children who live behind barbed-wire fences monitored by armed guards. In this hidden world, a mother ... See full summary »
19. HouseQuake (2009)
93 min | Documentary
The Democratic party's takeover of the House of Representatives in 2006 was more than just a good year. As HOUSEQUAKE illustrates, it was the result of an unprecedented, high-risk strategy ... See full summary »
20. Mr. Twister (2013)
5 min | Documentary, Short, Biography
Brian Tolley is an autistic teen who used to by withdrawn and nearly nonverbal. All that changed when he took up twist-tie art and found a way to express his inner artist.
21. Doctors of the Dark Side (2011)
74 min | Documentary, Crime, News
Doctors of the Dark Side is the first feature length documentary about the pivotal role of physicians and psychologists in detainee torture. The stories of four detainees and the doctors ... See full summary »
22. Mardik: Baghdad to Hollywood (2008)
76 min | Documentary
Mardik Martin may be one of movie-making's most important screenwriters - and least well-known. Mardik: from Baghdad to Hollywood traces one of the most unlikely journeys in American film ... See full summary »
23. Adultolescence (2011)
95 min | Comedy, Drama, Family
LEA, a young Chinese-American woman, once disowned by her immigrant mother and now struggling to make peace, goes through a painful, sometimes comedic, journey that has her teetering between a breakdown and breakthrough.
27. Swift Current (2014)
90 min | Documentary, Biography, Crime | Completed
A feature length documentary exploring former NHLer Sheldon Kennedy's journey from young hockey player sexually abused by his junior hockey coach, Graham James, to Kennedy's work today as a... See full summary »
28. Undesirables (1999)
23 min | Documentary, Short
When Moscow hosted the first international Youth Olympics, a massive cleansing exiled the homeless outside city bounds. This short documentary follows the plight of homeless children in ... See full summary »
33. Not Black or White (2000)
20 min | Short
An irreverent look at the media stereotypes of Asian women and how three Asian American artists are making a difference through their work. A young cartoonist, Lela Lee (creator of the ... See full summary »
34. Holy Warriors (2007)
Faith was formerly banned in the Russian army, but more and more, soldiers are returning to it. "There are no atheists in foxholes," according to retired Lt. Colonel Nicholas Kravchenko ... See full summary »
40. Where Life Is (2010 Video)
27 min | Documentary, Short, Sport
Profiles the complicated readjustment for three severely wounded veterans coming home from the conflict in Iraq, as they run, bike, and swim their way back to civilian life.
Oceans Away (2008– )
After earning his Ph.D., two patents and publishing dozens of papers on DNA research, Chinese scientist, Dr. Xie, believed the grass was greener in America. But after years of struggling to... See full summary »