South African-born Roger Michell, (director of Notting Hill, Changing Lanes, My Cousin Rachel) brings us this British documentary which follows Dames Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Eileen Atkins and Joan Plowright as they
Historian Simon Schama presents this five-part BBC documentary
series that traces over 4,000 years of Jewish history. In addition
to tracing the Jewish experience from its birthplace in the ancient
world of the Hebrew bible,
Kristin Jacobs presents five ten-minute hip-hop based workouts
designed to fit into even the busiest of schedules. Workouts are:
'Hip Hop Basics', 'Fat Burning Funk', 'Edgy Grooves', 'Body Re-Mix'
and 'Cardio Street Heat'.
From Don Hewitt, the creator of 60 Minutes, comes the rollicking, unforgettable true story of an ornery 73-year-old former truck driver who takes on the pretentious world of fine art.
After Teri Horton
In this unique feature documentary, the celebrated naturalist reflects upon both the defining moments of his lifetime and the devastating changes he has seen.
The film addresses some of the biggest challenges
Singer. Rebel. Outlaw. Legend.
In Walk the Line, Academy Award nominee Joaquin Phoenix powerfully portrays Johnny Cash, a young, passionate artist who rebelled against convention, revolutionised music, and always walked his own path
Lily Tomlin narrates this award winning documentary that historically examines the way homosexuality has been dealt with over the years by mainstream Hollywood.
Using film clips and interviews, the film illustrates tinseltown's negative
Documentary about five young British freestyle footballers who
journey across the Americas to Argentina in the hope of meeting
their hero, Diego Maradona. With no money for food, accommodation
or travel, the boys hustle and
Civilisation - A Personal View by Lord Clark DVD, Boxed set
In 1966 BBC Television embarked on its most ambitious documentary series to date. The eminent art historian Lord Clark was commissioned to write and present an epic examination of Western European culture,
Swedish director Roy Andersson explores the 'grandeur of
existence', in this award-winning film consisting of fifty surreal
short sketches, each filmed in one take. Filming the actors in a
variety of unconventional settings with tragicomic
All 16 episodes from the fourth season of the award-winning medical
drama starring Hugh Laurie as the stone-faced MD, Dr Gregory House,
who, although very well qualified, is completely devoid of any
bedside manner. In
A documentary that explores the life and work of the Indian
screenwriter/filmmaker, Ritwik Ghatak (1925-1976). Director, Anup
Singh uses visual and aural clues - historical and cultural - to
try to define the work of
Drama documentary following Austrian mountain climber Heinrich
Harrer as he recreats his famous wartime escape from a British
prison camp in India, crosses the Himalayas, and enters the
forbidden city of Lhasa in Tibet. There,
Ten-part natural history series that explores the unusual and spectacular behaviour employed by the world's wildlife in order to survive. Filmed over four years and focusing each episode on a different wildlife