2013 / 117
When a Blackfoot Native American returns from World War II with troubling psychosomatic symptoms, he bonds with the psychoanalyst who helps him. The doctor's new patient is a conundrum. He was wounded in the war, but it's his soul that needs repair.
2013 / 46
This documentary explores a little-known aspect of wartime Britain: a cloak-and-dagger world of fascist aristocrats, disaffected foreigners and spies. Sometimes being a Renaissance man means being good at war. In 1940, one leader broke a horrific alliance.
2011 / 129
Who was Shakespeare? This Elizabethan drama imagines that the man we call the Bard really didn't pen his body of timeless plays. To be or not to be William Shakespeare? That is the question surrounding the true identity of the Bard.
2011 / 93
After a disenfranchised substitute teacher is assigned to an inner-city school, he finds himself becoming involved with his students and colleagues. Demons in his head and horrors on the job. Perpetual motion is the only thing that shields him.
2012 / 52
A journey into the world of health-care in our modern world. The current medical system is failing due to an emphasis on the treatment of disease instead of prevention. Real health care isn't about fixing things after they're already broken. Learn how to thrive from the start.
2011 / 110
In this remake of the 1950 classic La Ronde, an all-star cast weaves through interrelated stories about love, passion and loneliness around the globe.
2008 / 94
This documentary explores Philippe Petit's preparations for historically walking across a high wire between New York's Twin Towers. He made jaws drop -- and made history -- at 110 stories off the ground. Meet the man behind the mind-blowing feat.
2011 / 75
Happy takes viewers on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy. Everything you know about happiness is wrong. Just ask the world's scientists, surfers and rickshaw drivers.
2012 / 105
A teacher pushes a student with extraordinary gifts to keep on writing -- even though he knows the young author's research methods are questionable.
2011 / 90
Explore how the mainstream media's often disparaging portrayals of women contribute to the under-representation of females in positions of leadership. Stereotypical media images of women are part of our daily landscape. Do they reflect attitudes or create them?
1979 / 98
In his directorial debut, Albert Brooks plays himself, a comedian who sets out to film a documentary about the typical American family.
2000 / 82
Documentarian Marc Singer trains his camera on a group of homeless people who live deep underground in an abandoned New York City railroad tunnel. Most people walk right over them, literally. Beneath the sidewalks and the streets is a whole other world.
2011 / 85
A look at the world's most revolutionary companies, such as Apple, Intel and Genentech, and how they emerged through American venture capitalism. Apple. Atari. Google. In the messy world of risk and reward, it pays to see something where others do not.
2008 / 89
Director Robert Kenner's provocative, Oscar-nominated documentary looks at the food industry's harmful effects on human health and the environment. Growth hormones. Animal abuse. E. Coli. "Frankencorn." In the world of corporate-controlled food, it's what's for dinner.
2013 / 86
From Joe Berlinger, director of the "Paradise Lost" trilogy, comes this documentary about controversial former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.
2008 / 106
Welsh poet Dylan Thomas is torn between his free-spirited childhood sweetheart and his fiery wife in this lush, fact-based period drama.
2011 / 52
Five decades after acquiring a giant egg on Madagascar, David Attenborough returns to learn more about the extinct bird and other wildlife there.
2012 / 111
With the world's economy in dire straits, corporate protagonist Dagny Taggart searches for a solution amid the rubble of a long-abandoned factory. Big Business has its hands tied. The economy is failing. And the only people who can save it keep disappearing.
2013 / 117
A self-diagnosed nymphomaniac reveals a lifetime of sexual experiences to a man who saves her from being beaten in an alley. She's learned to separate love and sex. The act isn't about emotion -- or even pleasure anymore.
2013 / 123
The second half of Lars von Trier's epic follows Joe as her reignited sex addiction destroys her family and thrusts her toward a surprising new trade. Sex has been the only constant in her strange, twisted life. Then one day, her body betrays her.
2010 / 3.2 stars / 99
When twentysomething Aura returns home after college, she confronts personal and professional failures and wonders about her future. No way back. No way forward. When school ends, there's just excruciating, hilarious, everyday ... life.
2012 / 2.9 / 90
One of the stranger true stories of modern classical music is that of pianist Joyce Hatto, who became famous in the 1950s despite severe stage fright. A classical pianist with unbelievable talent thrilled the world ... until one man dug a little deeper.
2013 / 2.6 stars / 101
In this dizzying thriller, a businessman is plunged into a surreal world as he attempts to unravel the mystery of his wife's disappearance. His wife vanishes, and his home becomes a nightmarish tableau. These walls don't talk, but they do move.
2012 / 91
Get an in-depth look at renowned photojournalist Don McCullin and his work spanning three decades of covering global wars and humanitarian disasters. For nearly two decades, he traveled the world, capturing on film what most people couldn't bear to witness.