The inspirational tale of the fathers of the fitness movement as we now know it, Joe & Ben Weider. Battling anti-Semitism/racism as well as extreme poverty the brothers beat all odds to build an empire & inspire future generations.
Director: George Gallo
Writers: Brad Furman & Ellen Brown Furman, Andy Weiss, George Gallo
After serving 9 years in prison for assisting a suicide, Jack Kevorkian was released from prison in 2007. What followed is the amazing final chapter in the life of one of the most controversial men of our times, advocate Jack Kevorkian, who assisted in more than 100 patients’ suicides. A documentary feature.
When a powerful aristocrat with direct ties to the Pope obsesses over and marries a much younger woman of no social standing, the Italian press is aflutter. He buys a secluded enchanting island and transforms it into a den of iniquity for his high profile friends to indulge in private debaucherously sexual fantasies, but it all comes to a heinous end when she falls for a younger man. Based on a true story. Written by Andy Weiss.
When luxury home stereo system installers turn high-tech thieves and attempt to pull off yet another huge heist, they unwittingly find themselves embroiled deep in the middle of a sinister international conspiracy with deadly consequences. High fidelity never looked so good. Written by Mark Kratter.
A unique young man with limited communication skills and a savant-like memory wins big on JEOPARDY, connects with a powerful Senator, and together they unite the world. Director: Steve Lee Jones Writer: David Paterson, Scott F Butler, Steve Lee Jones
Most of America's national parks are wildernesses – uninhabited, unexplored, and ungoverned land blooming with criminal activity from drug production to human trafficking. Inspired by the true stories of Eric Inman, America's first federal park ranger. Written by Mark L. Smith and Lauren Elle Smith.
Mars may well be a miserable place to live, but no one can dispute that it’s a great place to stick a prisoner. Red Penal is a hilarious romp focusing on the first penal colony in space, as well as interspersed interactions with the committee on Earth that is hell bent on making it work.
Thirty years ago a young school teacher was arrested for killing her lover's wife. She was tried, and a hung jury released her for lack of evidence. Two years later, her ex-lover miraculously finds a bloody glove in the closet where the crime took place. The DNA has never been tested, even though Carolyn was re-tried, convicted, and served 27 hard years until her release earlier this year. Now maimed and scarred from a brain surgery gone wrong, she fights for the truth. When the facts are revealed, will she find justice or has justice prevailed?