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Thurgood (DVD)
105 min.
- Feature Film
Filmed in front of a live audience at the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater in Washington, D.C. during Black history month.
Release date: Jan. 17, 2012.
Summary:
This filmed one-act play celebrates the life and legacy of civil rights advocate Thurgood Marshall, the first African American appointed to the Supreme Court.
Credits:
Director, Michael Stevens; writer, George Stevens, Jr.
Timbuktu (DVD)
97 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 2014. Special features: theatrical trailer; interview with director. In French, Arabic, and English with English subtitles.
Summary:
A cattle herder and his family who reside in the dunes of Timbuktu find their quiet lives, which are typically free of the Jihadists determined to control their faith, abruptly disturbed when they are forced to follow the new laws of their foreign occupants.
Credits:
Written by Abderrahmane Sissako and Kessen Tall; directed by Abderrahmane Sissako. Music, Amine Bouhafa; photography, Sofian El Fani.
A Time To Kill (VHS & DVD)
150 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1996 motion picture.
Summary:
A murder trial brings a small Mississippi town's racial tension to the flashpoint. Amid a frenzy of activist marches, Klan terror, media clamor and brutal riots, an unseasoned but idealistic young attorney mounts a stirring courtroom battle for justice.
Credits:
Produced by Arnon Milchan et al.; screenplay by Akiva Goldsman; directed by Joel Schumacher; director of photography, Peter Menzies, Jr.; editor, William Steinkamp; music, Elliott Goldenthal.
Tin Men (DVD)
108 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1987.
Summary:
Two less-than-honest aluminum siding salesmen meet in a fender bender, but their bruised egos and quick tempers turn the minor accident into a major vendetta against each other's symbols of success--their prized Cadillacs.
Credits:
Produced by Mark Johnson; written and directed by Barry Levinson.
To Kill a Mockingbird (VHS & DVD)
131 min.
- Feature Film
Videorecording of the 1962 motion picture.
Winner of Academy Awards for Gregory Peck, Best Actor, and Horton Foote, Best Screenplay.
Based on the novel of the same name by Harper Lee.
Summary:
Two children in a small southern town are thrust into an adult world of racial bigotry and hatred when their lawyer father chooses to defend a black man unjustly accused of raping a white girl.
Credits:
Music, Elmer Bernstein; film editor, Aaron Stell.; producer, Alan Pakula; screenplay, Horton Foote; director, Robert Mulligan.
Tomorrow (DVD & Blu-ray)
1 hr., 43 min.
- Feature Film
Based on the play by Horton Foote, adapted from the story by William Faulkner. Originally released as a motion picture in 1971.
Summary:
A young man leaves his father's farm to work at a local sawmill. He rescues a young pregnant woman, who has been abandoned by her husband and family, and the two fall in love.
Contents:
DVD & Blu-ray Disc.
Credits:
A Filmgroup Production ; screenplay by Horton Foote ; produced by Gilbert Pearlman and Paul Roebling ; directed by Joseph Anthony. Director of photography, Allan Green ; film editor, Reva Schlesinger ; music, Irwin Stahl.
Tomorrow (VHS)
102 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1971 motion picture.
Based on the William Faulkner story of the same title.
Summary:
The story of the innocent and muted love which grows slowly between these two lowly and inarticulate people of the earth, carrying them through the ordeals of a harrowing pregnancy and birth, and culminating in a baffling murder trial.
Credits:
Screenplay, Horton Foote; producers, Gilbert Pearlman and Paul Roebling; director, by Joseph Anthony.
Touching Evil (DVD)
13 hrs.
- Feature Film
Originally broadcast as episodes of the television series from 1997-1999.
Summary:
Maverick police detective Dave Creegan is the newest member of London's Organized and Serial Crime Unit (OSC), an elite, rapid-response crime squad. The OSC uses their diverse crime-fighting skills to bring justice to society. Along with his stalwart partner D.I. Susan Taylor, Creegan squares off against some of England's most dangerous criminals--a serial murderer of children, a killer intent on murdering hospital patients and a cyber-criminal who lures young web-surfers with a gothic fantasy game and manipulates them into committing violent crimes.
Contents:
Series 1: Disc 1. Lost boys. To death and back -- Disc 2. What Amathus wants.
Series 2: Disc 1. Pupil of murder. Caregiver -- Disc 2. What price a child.
Series 3: Disc 1. Those left behind. Ecstacy of life.
Credits:
Series devised by Paul Abbott; produced by Jane Featherstone and Philip Leach; directed by Julian Jarrold and Marc Munden.
Touch of Evil (DVD)
1 hr. 51 mins.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1958.
Based on the novel Badge of Evil by Whit Masterson.
Summary:
This classic film noir is an elaborate mystery involving a corrupt police official in a squalid town on the Mexican border and a murder that ensnares a narcotics agent and his wife.
Credits:
Screenplay by Orson Welles; produced by Albert Zugsmith; directed by Orson Welles; director of photography, Russell Metty; film editors, Virgil Vogel and Aaron Stell; music, Henry Mancini; art direction, Alexander Golitzen and Robert Clatworthy; gowns, Bill Thomas; Orson Welles' requested editorial changes produced by Rick Schmidlin; edited by Walter Murch; picture restoration, Bob O'Neil; consultant, Jonathan Rosenbaum.
Touch of Truth (DVD)
93 min.
- Feature Film
Summary:
Mother and psychologist battle over an autistic child who reveals he's been molested. Michael must make legal history and go through the trauma of giving evidence in court. Based on a true story.
Credits:
Produced by Joan Barnett and Jack Grossbart; written by Robert Inman; directed by Michael Switzer; music by James McVay; edited by Robert Florio; production designer, Michael Novotny; director of photography, Robert Draper; executive producer,Joel S. Rice.

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