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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Morton, Joe

Beyond Brown pursuing the promise /
Explores the legacy and impact of Brown vs. Board of Education, the 1954 Supreme Court decision ending legal segregation in American education.
DVD 9508
Brother from another planet
"In this vastly amusing, offbeat fantasy, Sayles takes a fresh look at our society through the eyes of a black extraterrestrial (Joe Morton) who crash-lands on Earth -- in Harlem -- and is taken in by the regulars of a local bar. The alien changes everyone he meets on his original and eye-opening journey through the streets of urban America. But can his message of brotherly love resonate with the intergalactic bounty hunters trying to track him down?"
DVD 2188
Building the Alaska Highway
In May 1942, thousands of American soldiers began one of the biggest and most difficult construction projects ever undertaken. This program tells how they battled to push a 1,520-mile road across one of the world's harshest landscapes.
DVD 5423
City of hope
An honest politician and the son of a corrupt contractor find their lives intersecting in surprising ways with the powerful and the powerless of a decaying East Coast city in this portrait of the corruption, bigotry and violence in urban America.
DVD 6075
Executive decision
A government analyst joins a crack anti-terrorism unit trying to save a hijacked airplane with a nerve-toxin bomb aboard, headed toward Washington, D.C.
DVD 9881
Lone star
An unsolved murder in a Texas border town uncovers a tale of corruption, intrigue, and forbidden love.
DVD 1237
Minik the lost Eskimo /
In 1897, six Eskimos arrived in New York City, brought as the "exotic cargo" of explorer Robert Peary from Greenland. The youngest of the group was 7-year-old Minik, who struggled to create a home and identity thousands of miles from his native land.
DVD 7602
Miss Evers' boys
In 1932, Nurse Eunice Evers is invited to work with doctors on the "Tuskegee Experiment" to study the effects of syphilis. She is faced with a terrible dilemma when she learns the patients are denied treatment that could cure them.
DVD 4685
Raisin in the sun a character studies conversation /
With host Eric Stolz, this program dissects Lorraine Hansberry's A raisin in the sun through the insights of those who participated in or studied the various productions of this American play.
DVD 6909
Wall a world divided /
Chronicles the history of the Berlin Wall, from its construction in 1961 to the opening in 1989. Examines the lives of ordinary citizens caught in the politics of the Cold War, the extraordinary efforts of East Berliners to cross to the West, and the birth of the freedom movement in East Germany's Protestant Church.
DVD 8855