An exploration of the history and emotional power of cinema sound, as revealed by legendary sound designers and visionary directors, via interviews, clips from movies, and a look at their actual process of creation and discovery.
Richard L. Anderson
Race Against Time is one mans fight to save his sons life. When he is given a diagnosis for his son that is incurable he decides to go on a quest to find a cure and stumbles upon a much darker and deeper world.
Secret government plans, behind closed door dealings and connections and that remained lost or secret are revealed in this investigative documentary. Covering the decades since Rupert Murdoch arrived in Britain from those who bore witness.
In 2007, four teenagers from disparate backgrounds are voted "Most Likely To Succeed" during their senior year of high school. Filmed over a ten-year period and directed by award-winning ... See full summary »
A worship pastor and successful Christian music artist faces a crisis when his marriage and career begin to collapse. Can an encounter with two mysterious strangers awaken him to peace that transcends understanding?
Roy Cohn personified the dark arts of American politics, turning empty vessels into dangerous demagogues - from Joseph McCarthy to his final project, Donald J. Trump. This thriller-like exposé connects the dots, revealing how a deeply troubled master manipulator shaped our current American nightmare.Written by
Informative and entertaining doc on tough and corrupt attorney.
"Where's My Roy Cohn?" is one doc that's well done with old footage, interviews and even own words from Roy that describe this very complex man as somewhat evil or a true American it's who you ask. The film tells of his origins as how he was a real mommies boy, and interested in politics from a young age. Him becoming an attorney his connections helped shaped the future political world, as his first steps were the prosecution of the Rosenbergs, then he was the right hand man to Senator Joseph McCarthy, then Roy sprung out to be a man of his own in the New York legal world.
Roy always fought and sought power never admitting guilt, as he knew how to con and manipulate the system from business dealings to bribes, and dealings with politicians, real estate people and lying to get away. Yet he was good personal friends with Barbara Walters and would mentor Donald Trump during his early days, all while hiding in the closet. As in the 80's rumors begin only Roy denied his homosexuality and dying of "AIDS" until the final day. Well done look at a dark figure of 20 century society. Roy will long be remembered as odd, different and determined heck he even kept a stuffed animal collection.
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