Based on the hit British reality show, celebrity chef and Michelin Star winner Gordon Ramsay ("Hell's Kitchen," "MasterChef") travels across America attempting to turn failing restaurants into the most popular, sought-after venues in town.
Love Me follows Western men and Ukrainian women as they embark on an unpredictable and riveting journey in search of love through the modern "mail-order bride" industry.
Every Memorial Day thousands of people come together in Honolulu, Hawai'i's Ala Moana Beach Park to float candle-lit lanterns as an homage to loved ones who have passed away. A Candle Lights the Heart, captures both this one-day event and the lives of several people who came together on this beach as a result of it.
Most nature films show us relatively big animals - after all, they're the easiest to film! But for 30 years Oxford Scientific Films has concentrated on animals that are difficult to film and action that is often impossible to appreciate with the naked eye. In Secret Nature we open OSF's treasure chest to reveal nature as never before.
At a time when tributes to it are on the rise - the Yale University library has just opened a VHS department - this is the history of the VHS, a globalized medium. The entertaining portrait of the mythical cassette, through a journey from East to West, then from West to East. The film will also take a look at the 1980s, a period that defined our world.
Back in Time is a look at the impact the Back to the Future movies have had on our culture. From Spielberg to Zemeckis, Lloyd and Fox, paired with amazing trilogy fans, Back in Time features interviews and footage that must be seen.
Filmmaking legends look back at the hidden history of the American "exploitation" film business from which many movie stars emerged or were formed after starring in these low-budget, but creative horror films.
An inside look into the history and world of voice over in animation and video games, through the eyes of the actors, animators, creators and producers themselves
Using CGI re-enactment and real time flying footage, the film will open and build to its climax with the air war's greatest aerial duel and most enduring mystery, he Red Baron's last Dogfight. The world's first flying 'aces' were regarded as the cosseted 'glamour boys' of WWI. But by 1917, the life expectancy of a new pilot was just two weeks.
The ultimate Odyssey of exploration, looking at Cannabis, from its first formation in the Endocannabinoid System of the sea squirt, to its early uses and medical benefits, landing at the modern legislation movements worldwide. Where the income generated through taxation could be re-invested back into hospitals, roads, fire departments, scientific research, community projects and the list goes on.
Hailed as the "most feel-good film" of the South by Southwest Film Festival 2010, The Parking Lot Movie follows a select group of artistic and overeducated parking lot attendants as they wage war against the people who park in their lot.
An irreverent and eye-opening journey through the underbelly of the American beer industry pitting the country's smallest brewers against the largest.
In 2012, Theo Padnos, a struggling US journalist, slipped into Syria to report on the civil war and was kidnapped by Al Qaeda's branch in Syria. Because he spoke Arabic, his captors suspected he worked for the CIA and, for months, tortured him during brutal interrogation sessions. But his fluency, coupled with his remarkable personalityalso led to an extraordinary engagement with his captors.
During Japan's surrender at the end of World War II, many swords were confiscated by American officers. As a means of bringing two cultures together, a filmmaker attempts to return one of these surrendered swords to the owner in Japan.
A journey of discovery into how an American and a Canadian artists with a father and son generation gap team up to revive the ancient Japanese woodcut printing by juxtaposing traditional art with pop culture icons: Super Mario and Pokémon.
My Father's Vietnam personifies the connections made and unmade by the Vietnam War. Featuring never-before-seen photographs and 8mm footage of the era, My Father's Vietnam is the story of three soldiers, only one of whom returned home alive.
An entertaining and informative look at how Chicago's creative community pioneered modern advertising, forever influencing consumer behavior and culture in America.
A country of lush forests and mountains surrounded by blissful countryside, Slovakia is a land rich with historical and cultural treasures. Travel to the center of Europe and explore castles, mountains and unknown treasures in one of Europe's most overlooked travel gems. With host Pat Uskert and Slovak guide Mila Kissova.
Bee Nation follows the inspirational stories of Indigenous youth living on reserves in Saskatchewan as they participate in the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee in Canada.
A mysterious lost WWII submarine, German U-boat U-455 is discovered off the coast of Italy at 120 meters deep. For Lorenzo del Veneziano, an underwater marine archeologist, it's an amazing sight. The U-boat is intact! It stands almost vertically at the bottom of the sea, it's hull stuck in the sediment. What is the story of this ship? The history of U-455 & cause of the sinking are revealed.