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A Different Path

“A Different Path” is a poetic tale about the lives of several individuals as they struggle to live in an automobile dominated society. Each character grapples with frustrations about modern-day urban infrastructure.

A Dog's Life

The little tramp and a stray dog team up to scratch out an existence in the inner city. Directed by Charlie Chaplin.

A Dog's Life: A Dogamentary

In this inspiring film, documentarian Gayle Kirschenbaum captures the remarkable bond between dogs and their owners. Kirschenbaum searches for a spouse while equipped with her shih tzu, Chelsea, who has a canine cam that gives viewers a dog's eye view of the world.

A Doula Story

Loretha Weisinger, a woman of remarkable magnetism and complexity, returns to the same disadvantaged neighborhood where she once struggled as a teen mom. She uses compassion and humor to teach the young mothers-to-be about everything from the importance of breast-feeding and reading to their babies to the practical details of communicating effectively with health care professionals. Teenage pregnancy is a fact of American life. Nearly 10 percent of births in this country are to teens, many of them poor, uneducated and alone. A community doula (a reclaimed Greek term, presently meaning birth attendant) for more than 10 years, Loretha knows that pregnant teens need guidance and education, not judgment or pity. In the face of overwhelming challenges?from absentee fathers and drug addiction to the disparagement of society?doulas are making a difference in the futures of young mothers and their babies.

A Dry White Season

A Dry White Season is a film released in 1989 by Davros Films and Sundance Productions and distributed by MGM. It was directed by Euzhan Palcy and produced by Paula Weinstein, Mary Selway and Tim Hampton. The screenplay was by Colin Welland and Euzhan Palcy, based upon André Brink's novel of the same name. Robert Bolt also contributed uncredited revisions of the screenplay. The film, which was the first major Hollywood studio film with a black, female director, stars Donald Sutherland, Janet Suzman, Zakes Mokae, Jürgen Prochnow, Susan Sarandon and Marlon Brando (who was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor). It is set in South Africa, and deals with the subject of apartheid.

A False Reality

From television to the internet, groceries to healthcare, politics to religion, our lives are not our own.

A Farewell To Arms

A ravishing adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's legendary novel, A FAREWELL TO ARMS stars Gary Cooper (High Noon) as Lt. Frederic Henry, a young ambulance driver for the Italian army in WWI, more interested in chasing women than the enemy. When seeking cover during an air raid, he encounters Nurse Catherine Barkley (a radiant Helen Hayes), and the world shifts under his feet. They fall in love, but the war keeps wrenching them apart. These painful separations force Frederic to choose between love and battle, a decision that tests him morally and spiritually, and leads to one of the most rapturously romantic endings of all time. Directed by the great Frank Borzage, winner of Best Director Oscars for 7TH HEAVEN (1927) and BAD GIRL (1931), A FAREWELL TO ARMS was a Best Picture nominee, and one of the crowning achievements of the studio system.

A Fábrica

In this acclaimed short film, an inmate convinces his mother to take a risk smuggling a cell phone for him into the penitentiary.

A Feast At Midnight

A new student at a British boarding school forms a secret society centered around cooking and midnight feasting with other school misfits and outcasts.

A Few Days In September

Ten days before 9/11, Elliott (Nick Nolte), a CIA agent who is holding top secret information on the immediate future of the world, disappears. Irène (Juliette Binoche), a French agent, along with Elliott’s abandoned son and daughter, follow the trail from Paris to Venice in a race against time to uncover the truth.

A Few Good Men

A Few Good Men is a 1992 drama film directed by Rob Reiner and starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, and Demi Moore. It was adapted for the screen by Aaron Sorkin from his play of the same name. A courtroom drama, the film revolves around the trial of two U.S. Marines charged with the murder of a fellow Marine and the tribulations of their lawyer as he prepares a case to defend his clients.

A Field Full Of Secrets

In the summer of 2008, two friends stepped into a crop circle for the first time. One emerged relatively unaffected, the other decided to try and build a UFO with help from an eccentric transsexual inventor.