R. H Thomson
Touching, passionate, and provocative, this documentary follows the riveting journey of a group of pre-adolescent soccer players-half of them Palestinian, half of them Israeli-who come together to play on an all-star team in the world's largest international youth soccer tournament. Behind the concept of the team is the powerful force of Johann Olav Koss, one of the greatest winter Olympians ever and the founder of Right to Play, a children's charity...
This cinematic documentary explores what makes the War of 1812 a modern war. It steps back in time to experience the conflict through the eyes of the people of Southwestern Ontario, who spent several years living in a war zone. Some died in combat, but many more had their homes destroyed, their livelihoods ruined, or their crops stolen. Thousands became refugees, clinging for survival to the British Army. Some chose to aid the Americans and died for...
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Catherine is suspicious that her husband David is having an affair, and hires Chloe, an alluring young escort to test his fidelity. Their arranged weekly meeting allows Catherine to hear the explicit details of the encounters Chloe has with David. As Catherine becomes caught up in a web of sexual desire herself, she begins a journey that will put her family in grave danger. Is it too late to stop Chloe?
In this dream-like tale, Fred is visiting his grandfather when time suddenly stops. Setting out to discover why, Fred meets Maestro Orpheus and his magical lyre. Together they begin a musical adventure along The Corridor of Time, on their way to wind The World Clock. Drawing on a broad range of classical music, by composers from Bach and Haydn to Chopin and Strauss, Maestro Orpheus and The World Clock explores the intimate relationship between time,...