The Celluloid Closet -- ZuGuide.com - Trailer (Flash)
Our Very Own -- CT #1, Post
Rope -- Crushed by the unbearable weight of the way things are, a young man decides to die.
The Rope -- Based on an actual story, 'The Rope' is a loving nod to peasant life and the outlandish idiosyncrasies that make bona fide characters out of many a villager. During the snow-laden winters of the Armenian highlands, villagers are mostly confined to their homes. As indoor activities are limited, the men often take to drinking by way of hushing boredom.
When Setrak (Michael Poghosian in fiendish form) is denied wine by his wife, he goes berserk and storms out of the house, intent on hanging himself in the barn. As he rushes to his end, he also can't help wondering what the missus would do when she sees him dangling lifelessly from the ceiling.
Some time later, when his wife has a change of heart and walks into the barn with a jug of wine in hand, she is confronted by the awful truth. Setrak is dead. Or is he?
What follows is a comedy of errors involving a theft by an old woman, an actual death, the police, time in jail, and a time for self-reckoning, all performed with deadpan humor for a fun-seeking camera.
The North Star -- A Ukrainian village must suddenly contend with the Nazi invasion of June 1941.
Purple Heart -- The leader (William Sadler of TV's DAMAGES) of a covert military unit and an army doctor seek out an AWOL sniper who plans on killing the men in power who trained him.
Purple Heart -- Trailer for Purple Heart
The Serpent -- Moved into their new home, Simon decides they need to take in a lodger to make ends meet - something Fletch is not happy about.
The North Star -- Open-ended Trailer from Warner Bros.
The Celluloid Closet -- A documentary surveying the various Hollywood screen depictions of homosexuals and the attitudes behind them throughout the history of North American film.
Behave Yourself! -- When a cute Welsh terrier follows Bill Denny home, little does he know that all gangland has its eye on that dog. Who will be bumbling Bill's undoing - the gangsters, the cops, or his suspicious mother-in-law?
The Celluloid Closet -- Narrated by Lily Tomlin, this exuberant, eye-opening movie serves up a dazzling hundred-year history of gay men and women on the silver screen.
The North Star -- The lives of the people of a Ukrainian farming collective are shattered by the invasion of the Germans during WWII. The occupying forces take food, property and people for the war. What to do about it is a critical and fateful decision.