Barbarians at the Gate documented the travels of Josh Beagle, Ronnie Creager and Heath Kirchart as they toured from L.A. to NY in a Land Rover.
This 1973 documentary by the award-winning director Tony Palmer shone a light on the multi-millionaire Hugh Hefner and his Playboy empire.
Some ministers tell their congregations that death is our friend. But God designed a perfect world—no death, no pain. Adam’s sin brought death and suffering. Our world is now in need of restoration, and Ken shares the story of the agonizing death of his brother, a pastor and loving father, to illustrate that death is our enemy, and one day it will be vanquished!
Can we really know the truth about the "days" of Genesis 1? What difference does it make today whether the “days” of Genesis 1 were real 24-hour days or millions of years? Here, Ken Ham clears up today’s common misunderstandings in the debate about the “six days” of Creation. Also discover why some pastors and educators avoid this topic and say we really can’t know the truth.
Understanding what happened at the Tower of Babel is key to understanding the origin of nations, “races,” prejudice, and much more! Ken discusses Charles Darwin’s destructive teaching regarding skin color, facial features, etc. On the lighter side, this video uses Ken’s comical perspective on poodles to teach on natural selection and speciation.
Why is Genesis so important? In this 2-part video Ken Ham uses news stories of recent events combined with Scripture to address today’s most pressing issues. Includes scores of photos and illustrations, plus a mini-interview that reveals his passion for helping Christians to truly understand the distressing impact of disregarding the authority of Scripture.
Do we need to change our approach to evangelism? American culture has changed substantially, but our approach to evangelism has not. The key is to “de-Greekize” our families and our churches, beginning with ourselves! To truly reach today’s culture we have to help them understand that God’s Word is true as we spread the seed of the gospel.
Found footage helps a true-crime novelist realize how and why a family was murdered in his new home, though his discoveries put his entire family in the path of a supernatural entity.
A little girl is lost in Moscow and hits the road making fun (not intentionally) of everybody she meets. She'll be back home soon but she will change the life of at least one man forever...
For anyone who has ever wondered just what that mysterious pyramid on the back of the dollar bill really represents, investigative mythologist William Henry digs deep into history to demystify the symbols that the founding fathers employed to represent the new land where anything was deemed possible and the pursuit of a dream was a beacon that attracted citizens from across the globe. From the all-seeing eye to the unmistakable goddess qualities of lady liberty, this release delves deep into the mystical realms of the Kabbalah and the age old practice of alchemy to reveal a group of men with a driving desire to start life in a new land, and a strange connection to such groups as the Freemasons and the Knights Templar.
The scene is an excavation pit at an unidentified New York City construction site. A crew of six men can be seen shoveling dirt into a four-wheeled wooden cart. Then a full cart is slowly lifted out of the pit to street level by a steam-powered crane. These carts are similar in design to those shown dumping rubble at the end of the film New York City Dumping Wharf. Advertisements and campaign posters can be seen on the exposed wall of the building in the background.
A collection of historical African American films, produced and directed by the founders of black Hollywood. "Go Down Death" 53:55 "The Blood of Jesus" 56:44
Discover the keys to good government by investigating the wise counsel and instruction given to us by leaders such as William Penn, Benjamin Rush, Noah Webster, John Witherspoon, John Adams, Fisher Ames, George Washington, and many others. The information in this DVD not only stands in stark contrast to many contemporary teachings surrounding civic responsibilities but it also shows how we as Americans can reclaim the quality of government we once enjoyed.
The true story of the greatest turnaround in college football history.
A chronicle of the events that led to the founding of the Chinese Communist Party.
This is a documentary film about the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Korean People's Army of North Korea.
Op een dag vindt een kleine jongen een pinguïn op zijn stoep. De jongen weet niet goed wat aan te vangen met het verdwaalde diertje. Omdat niemand hem lijkt te missen besluit hij de pinguïn dan maar met zijn roeiboot terug te brengen naar de Zuidpool. De reis belooft een beproeving te worden. De film wordt voorafgegaan door 4 andere verhaaltjes: "The Light" (Yuta Sukegawa, Japan); "Der Grosse Brüder" (Jesús Pérez & Elisabeth Hütterman, Zwitserland, Duitsland); "Much Better Now" (Salon Alip, Oostenrijk); "Bottle" (Kirsten Lepore, USA).
Little orphan Harry is separated from his childhood sweetheart. Years later, he finds she's a bearded lady in a circus.
Documentary, Social & Cultural Documentaries, Political Documentaries - This is the story of Indian social worker and humanitarian Fazle H. Abed, who founded the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) -- the largest citizen organization in the world. Abed traces the group's history and discusses its evolution and altruistic mission to eradicate global poverty. Since its inception, BRAC has helped more than 35 million people through a comprehensive program of education, health care and microfinance.
Seventh form pupils at a grammar school in Přívlaky are preparing for a secondary school sports competition. Class creep Krhounek gives the class teacher Lejsal a copy of the seventh form’s magazine Roar. Most of the teachers insist on severe punishing the culprit. The author does not own up and consequently the whole class is punished by being banned from taking part in the schools competition. The most gifted pupil, Benetka, rather sharply criticises the school in a homework essay on a subject of his choice. The strict Czech language teacher is convinced Benetka is the author of the school magazine. Benetka denies the charge but his expulsion from school is proposed anyway on account the views he expounded in his essay. Eventually, Boukal, the author of the school magazine comes forward and admits to writing it. The pupils are allowed to take part in the contest and thanks to Benetka they win. In the meantime however the teachers vote to expell him.