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Sep 20, 2019

X: The Unheard Music (1986)


This comprehensive documentary offers a detailed look at the pioneering Los Angeles punk group X. Led by singer/bassist John Doe and vocalist Exene Cervenka, the band added tinges of country and rockabilly to its revved-up sound, and gained a devoted following, particularly in its hometown. The film features interviews with all four members of the ensemble as well as live performance clips, including fan-favorite songs such as "White Girl" and "Johny Hit and Run Paulene."

When Elephants Were Young (2016)


Patricia Sims follows a young elephant guardian while he entertains tourists on the streets of Bangkok with his elephant.

The Champions (2015)


Fighting dogs rescued from Michael Vick's dog-fighting ring change the lives of the people who risked everything to save them.

The T.A.M.I. Show (1964)


In 1964, the biggest names in rock 'n' roll, pop and soul gather at the at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium for a concert. A packed house of teenagers goes wild for Chuck Berry, who opens the show with one of his best-known songs, "Maybelline." From there, the Beach Boys, the Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye and many others perform their hits from the era. This concert is especially notable for including the first televised performance by James Brown.

The Documentary of Dr G Yunupingu's Life (2017)


GURRUMUL is a portrait of an artist on the brink of global reverence, and the struggles he and those closest to him faced in balancing that which mattered most to him and keeping the show on the road.

Steal a Pencil for Me (2007)


A Hollander shares barracks with both his wife and his mistress in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II.

Speed Demons (2018)


When a popular honors graduate becomes an unlikely campus gunman, citizen sleuths embark across the country to investigate the metamorphosis of a respected prosecutor turned mass shooter. Their investigation exposes a government cover-up, paints a picture of corporate greed, and unravels a medical mystery linking multiple school shootings.

Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap (2012)


Ice-T travels coast to coast interviewing rap performers such as Q-Tip, Common and Kanye West to pay tribute to the musical art form. A documentary on rap music and its rise to global prominence.

Racing Through the Forest (2016)


The History of the 1950-56 Pebble Beach Road Races". Inspired by the memoirs of the Del Monte Forest Road Race history, the Pebble Beach Concours and Pebble Beach Company teamed up with K&K Productions. Blending interviews with racers and incredible footage of the events, the film recalls the glories of this forgotten race with a video archive of its history. With over 50 interviews of legendary names in road racing such as Fred Knoop, Mick Marston, Bill Pollack, Jim Hall and Phil Remington. It chronicles the events from the first through the last Pebble Beach Road Races, which included legends like Carroll Shelby, Phil Hill and Bill Pollock in 1956.

Prison Kids: A Crime Against America's Children (2015)


Prison Kids offers an in-depth look at the country's broken juvenile justice systems. it examines how the United States incarcerates children at a higher rate than any other developed country and travels across the country to look at the stories if kids who grew up behind bars.


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