From his first film "Fists of Fury" to his crowning achievement "Enter the Dragon", this documentary chronicles Bruce Lee's fighting techniques and acting skills leading up his mysterious death, including interviews with those who knew him best and long-lost screen tests and outtakes.
This film focuses on how a group of African American pioneers became respected masters in a subculture dominated by Chinese and white men. Their stories illustrate how kungfu was -- and still is -- a unique crucible of the black experience, which is less about flash and style, kicks and punches, than it is about community, identity, and cross-cultural bridges.
Winston Churchill - Walking With Destiny highlights Churchill's years in the political wilderness, his early opposition to Adolf Hitler and Nazism, and his support for Jews under threat by the Nazi regime.
This rich portrait tells the story of Reverend Gary Davis, perhaps the greatest blues, ragtime and gospel musician of the 20th century. Tracing his journey from the tobacco warehouses of the rural South to the streets of Harlem, the film is a loving biography of an artist whose unique style and remarkable skills on guitar made him an icon of the 1960s New York folk scene and inspired a generation of musicians. Harlem Street Singer celebrates the beauty and spirituality of his music as well as the human qualities that made Reverend Davis a much beloved teacher and minister. Featuring performances and interviews with musicians he influenced and taught, including Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead, Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane, David Bromberg, Stefan Grossman, John Cohen, Happy Traum, Woody Mann, John Hammond, Roy Book Binder and Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary, this is the story of an American master whose legacy continues to live on in today’s music scene.