This rousing tribute to Canadian singer-songwriter Kate McGarrigle was recorded at New York City’s Town Hall in May 2011 and features her famously musical family – children Rufus and Martha Wainwright, older sisters Anna and Jane – and equally gifted friends including Emmylou Harris and Norah Jones.
Beginning with the 1995 assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, this two-hour documentary traces the ongoing peace process through years of negotiations and never before-seen footage of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations and interviews with key figures on both sides of the bargaining table, giving viewers unprecedented access to the decision making process on which the fate of millions depends.
Seven years after completing an IDF combat course, the director returns to the place where she first fell in love with a woman – her commander. Over the course of 66 days and nights, the film follows the girls in one of the most rigorous combat courses and reveals the mechanism that enables the transformation of 18-year-old girls into fierce soldiers.
When Erez Laufer accompanied his father to Mumbai to visit his childhood home, he never imagined that he would be caught up in one of the city’s most horrific terrorist accounts. Sixty years ago, his father and grandmother found refuge in India as they fled from the Nazis.
Racing Hearts follows four unlikely teams on their epic journey to conquer the world’s largest relay race Hood to Coast. A celebration of personal determination and the power of family and friends, Racing Hearts proves that you’re never too old or too young to attempt the extraordinary.
About 150 medical patients a day seek an unbiased second opinion from an unusual rabbi, self-educated in medicine. He can change the way the patients are treated with a single phone call, often to world-renowned experts in their fields. Admired by some doctors and harshly criticized by others, he remains a fascinating phenomenon in the tangled web of modern medicine.
The story of a French pop group, born in the Parisian suburb of Gennevilliers, discovered by Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox (Eurythmics) who invited them to record in London. Their music expresses the feelings of the people who live on the periphery of the city, a sort of alienation of the individuals by their environment, the anonymous architecture of low-rent housing characteristic of the second half of the 20th century