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Witness for the Prosecution

Witness for the Prosecution (1957)

Starring: Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich, Charles Laughton

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Witness

Witness (1985)

Starring: Harrison Ford, Kelly McGillis, Lukas Haas

Korkarlen (Korkarlen) (The Phantom Carriage) (Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness)

Korkarlen (Korkarlen) (The Phantom Carriage) (Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness) (1920)

Starring: Hilda Borgstrom,Astrid Holm,Lisa Lundholm,Tore Svennberg,Concordia Selander

Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust

Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust (2004)

Starring: Gene Hackman,Sidney Lumet,Steven Spielberg,Branko Lustig,Gene Reynolds

Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust

Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust (2004)

Starring: Gene Hackman, Sidney Lumet, Steven Spielberg

Mute Witness

Mute Witness (1995)

Starring: Marina Zudina, Marina Sudina, Fay Ripley

Mute Witness

Mute Witness (1995)

Starring: Marina Zudina,Oleg Yankovsky,Evan Richards,Fay Ripley,Igor Volkov

The Witness

The Witness (2016)

Starring: William Genovese, Charles Skoller, Michael Farrar

On March 13, 1964, Kitty Genovese was repeatedly attacked on a street in Kew Gardens, Queens. Soon after, The New York Times published a front-page story asserting that 38 witnesses watched her being murdered from their apartment windows--and did nothing to help. The death of Kitty Genovese, 28, quickly became a symbol of urban apathy. THE WITNESS follows the efforts of her brother Bill Genovese as he looks to uncover the truth buried beneath the story. In the process, he makes startling discoveries about the crime that transformed his life, condemned a city, and defined an era.

Super 8

Super 8 (2011)

Starring: Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, Joel Courtney

In the summer of 1979, a group of friends in a small Ohio town witness a catastrophic train crash while making a super 8 movie and soon suspect that it was not an accident. Shortly after, unusual disappearances and inexplicable events begin to take place in town, and the local Deputy tries to uncover the truth - something more terrifying than any of them could have imagined. -- (C) Official Site

Approaching the Elephant

Approaching the Elephant (2014)

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Filmmaker Amanda Rose Wilder takes viewers into the Teddy McArdle Free School to explore a concept of education that originated at the Summerhill School in Leiston, England in 1921. As opposed to traditional public schools, free schools allow young students to gradually discover their own identities while exploring their interests in a comfortable, self-governing, democratic community in which all classes are voluntary, and children are viewed as equals. In this documentary, we witness how the children and their teachers work to resolve a troublesome situation that arises over the course of the school year.

Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness

Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness (2011)

Starring: Mendy Cahan,Bel Kaufman,Hillel Halkin,Sheldon Harnick,Aaron Lansky

A riveting portrait of the great writer whose stories became the basis of the Broadway musical Fiddler on the Roof. Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness tells the tale of the rebellious genius who created an entirely new literature. Plumbing the depths of a Jewish world locked in crisis and on the cusp of profound change, he captured that world with brilliant humor. Sholem Aleichem was not just a witness to the creation of a new modern Jewish identity, but one of the very men who forged it. --(c) International Film Circuit

[REC] 4: Apocalypse

[REC] 4: Apocalypse (2015)

Starring: Manuela Velasco, Paco Manzanedo, Hector Colome

Angela Vidal wakes up in a high-security quarantine facility, sole survivor and witness to the horrific events inside the building. But does she remember what happened to her? Is she carrying the virus? Distrust spreads through the isolated facility while new, even more deadly forms of evil spread even faster. (C) Magnolia Pictures/Magnet Releasing

National Parks Adventure

National Parks Adventure (2016)

Starring: Robert Redford, Rachel Pohl, Conrad Anker

The power of America's national parks is undeniable. Millions have packed up the family to hike through impossibly lush forests, to gaze upon towering cliffs and deep-plunging canyons, to witness the breathtaking arcs of natural history, and, most of all, to share moments of wonder amid the protected treasures of this land. A MacGillivray Freeman film produced in association with Brand USA and narrated by Academy Award (R) winner Robert Redford, National Parks Adventure is acclaimed filmmaker Greg MacGillivray's most visually ambitious giant-screen film to date-a film that offers not only a sweeping overview of the national parks' history, but is equal parts adrenaline-pumping odyssey and soulful reflection on what the wilderness means to us all.

All This Mayhem

All This Mayhem (2014)

Starring: Tas Pappas,Ben Pappas,Danny Minnick,Henry Sanchez,Tommy Caudill

Brothers Tas and Ben Pappas, two boys from Melbourne who took the skateboarding world by storm, defeated Tony Hawk and crowned International World Champions within a year. Skateboarding came naturally to the Pappas brothers, but success was a different story. In this unflinching, never-before-seen account we witness the dark consequences of Tas and Ben's rapid success, their intense fraternal bond and their journey from the pinnacle of their sport into a downward spiral of self-destruction. This documentary features fascinating interviews, first person accounts and archival footage, and is a searing account of what happens when raw talent and extreme personalities collide and tells of a tragedy too incredible to believe.

Caesar Must Die

Caesar Must Die (2013)

Starring: Cosimo Raga,Salvatore Striano,Giovanni Arcuri,Antonio Frasca,Juan Dario Bonetti

Winner of the Golden Bear at the Berlinale, Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's Caesar Must Die deftly melds narrative and documentary in a transcendently powerful drama-within-a-drama. The film was made in Rome's Rebibbia Prison, where the inmates are preparing to stage Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. After a competitive casting process, the roles are eventually allocated, and the prisoners begin exploring the text, finding in its tale of fraternity, power and betrayal parallels to their own lives and stories. Hardened criminals, many with links to organised crime, these actors find great motivation in performing the play. As we witness the rehearsals, beautifully photographed in various nooks and crannies within the prison, we see the inmates also work through their own conflicts, both internal and between each other. -- (C) Adopt

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