Home Away from Home: The Yanks in Ireland
Captures the memories of American GIs and their Irish hosts and covers one of the most stirring tales of World War II: the key role of 300,000 U.S. troops in Northern Ireland and their training for the invasions of North Africa and Normandy.
Accompanied by a documentary broadcast on PBS stations nationwide.
Martin Scorsese: A Journey
Scorsese’s life and work are presented through interviews with the director as well as more than twenty major celebrity figures, providing a rare look at the process and inspiration behind the films of America’s premier director.
Proudly We Served : The Men of the USS Mason
Few Americans know the history-changing story of the USS Mason, a World War II warship manned by an African-American crew that served as a role model for the integration of U.S. Navy ships. Proudly We Served: The Men of the USS Mason tells the story of these brave men and their contributions to the Allied victory.
Accompanied by a documentary broadcast on PBS stations nationwide, winner CINE Golden Eagle award.
This novel follows a young women’s life-changing experience as an aspiring nun during the 1960’s.
Martin Scorsese: The First Decade
The first critical study of the director. Introductions by Francis Ford Coppola & Michael Powell.
"Good to Go: The Rescue of Scott O'Grady, from Bosnia"
The never-before-told story of the rescue of Air Force pilot Captain Scott O'Grady in the words of the men who commanded, planned, and executed the mission in June 1995.