The UW Law Library has a large collection of law-related feature films and documentaries which are available at the Circulation Desk for three day loan.
The study room on the fifth floor is equipped with a VCR and DVD player for film viewing.
|1||Feature Film||Absence of Malice (DVD)||117 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1981.||Paul Newman, Sally Field, Bob Balaban, Melinda Dillon, Luther Adler, Barry Primus, Josef Sommer, John Harkins, Don Hood, Wilford Brimley.||Written by Kurt Luedtke; produced and directed by Sydney Pollack; director of photography, Owen Roizman; music, Dave Grusin; editor, Sheldon Kahn.||A businessman becomes the subject of a criminal investigation when a story about him is purposely "leaked" to an investigative reporter.|
|2||Feature Film||The Accused (VHS & DVD)||110 min.||Videocassette release of the 1988 motion picture.||Kelly McGillis, Jodie Foster.||Director, Jonathan Kaplan ; producers, Stanley R. Jaffe, Sherry Lansing ; writer, Tom Topor ; director of Photography, Ralf Bode ; editors, Jerry Greenberg, O. Nicholas Brown.||A fiercely independent woman is gang raped, then battles the legal system twice, going after both her attackers and the onlookers whose cheering fueled and encouraged the assault.|
|3||Feature Film||Adam's Rib (VHS & DVD)||101 min.||Videocassette release of the 1949 motion picture.||Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Judy Holliday, Tom Ewell, David Wayne, Jean Hagen, Hope Emerson.||Produced by Lawrence Weingarten; directed by George Cukor; screen play by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin; director of photography, George J. Folsey; film editor, George Boemler; music by Miklos Rozsa.||A husband and wife lawyer team clash when the wife defends a woman on trial for shooting her spouse, with the lawyer-husband as the prosecutor.|
|4||Feature Film||Advise & Consent (DVD)||138 min.||Originaly produced in 1962 as a motion picture.
Based on the novel by Allen Drury.
|Henry Fonda, Charles Laughton, Don Murray, Walter Pidgeon, Peter Lawford, Gene Tierney, Franchot Tone, Lew Ayres, Burgess Meredith, Eddie Hodges, Paul Ford, George Grizzard, Inga Swenson, Frank Sinatra (voice), Edward Andrews, Paul McGrath, Will Geer, Betty White, Tom Helmore, Rene Paul, Paul Stevens, Russ Brown, Malcolm Atterbury, Janet Jane Carty, Hilary Eaves, Michele Montau, J. Edward McKinley, William Quinn, Tiki Santos, Raoul De Leon, Chet Stratton, Larry Tucker, Bettie Johnson, John Granger, Sid Gould, Meyer Davis and his orchestra.||Screenplay by Wendell Mayes; produced & directed by Otto Preminger; director of photography, Sam Leavitt; film editor, Louis R. Loeffler; music by Jerry Fielding; production designer, Lyle Wheeler; set decorator, Eli Benneche; sound, Harold Lewis and William Hamilton; Gene Tierney's clothes designed by Bill Blass.||Blackmail, suicide and scandal follow the President's appointment of an unpopular Secretary of State, and put the stability of the entire U.S. government at risk in this highly praised political drama.|
|5||Feature Film||The Advocate (VHS & DVD)||102 min.||Videocassette release of the 1993 motion picture.||Colin Firth, Ian Holm, Donald Pleasence, Amina Annabi, Nicol Williamson.||Producer, David Thompson; director, Leslie Megahey; screenplay, Leslie Megahey.||Set in the 15th century, this is the story of a young lawyer-advocate whose quest for the simple life leads him to a position in a small rural village. Instead of the peaceful life, however, he finds more depravity and intrigue than in the city.|
|6||Feature Film||All the King's Men (DVD)||110 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1949.
Based on the book by Robert Penn Warren.
Winner, 1950 Academy Awards for Best Actress in a Supporting Role--Mercedes McCambridge, Best Actor in a Leading Role--Broderick Crawford, Best Picture--Robert Rossen Productions; 1950 Writer's Guild of America Awards for Best Written American Drama and The Robert Meltzer Award (Screenplay Dealing Most Ably with Problems of the American Scene)--Robert Rossen; 1950 Golden Globe Awards for Most Promising Newcomer-Female and Best Supporting Actress--Mercedes McCambridge, Best Motion Picture Actor--Broderick Crawford, Best Motion Picture Director--Robert Rossen, Best Motion Picture-Drama.
|Broderick Crawford, John Ireland, Joanne Dru, John Derek, Mercedes McCambridge, Shepperd Strudwick, Ralph Dumke, Anne Seymour, Katharine Warren, Raymond Greenleaf, Walter Burke, Will Wright, Grandon Rhodes.||Written for the screen and directed by Robert Rossen; director of photography, Burnett Guffey; art director, Sturges Carne; film editor, Al Clark; montages, Donald W. Starling; gowns, Jean Louis; musical score by Louis Gruenberg.||This is the story of working class hero Southern demagogue Willie Stark--rising from the mud of the back country--and his long climb to the top, followed by his longer drop to the bottom. Abetted by newspaper reporter Jack Burden, who becomes his chronicler, Stark's career begins with running for county treasurer and losing. Through law school, private practice, and finally as people's advocate against corruption, he moves up the political ladder. In his 2nd run for governor, Willie vows to give the people new hospitals, schools, roads -- and when he's elected, he delivers. But the more power he gets, the more corrupt he acts, until he's unrecognizable. He chases women, turns his family into photo-op props, and makes Burden his personal character assassin. Do the ends justify the means? Is it power that corrupts, or is it that power allows people to be corrupt? These are the questions that Willie Stark, in the end, cannot answer.|
|7||Feature Film||Amistad (DVD)||155 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1997.
Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor (Hopkins), Best Music, Best Costume Design, and Best Cinematography.
|Morgan Freeman, Nigel Hawthorne, Anthony Hopkins, Djimon Hounsou, Matthew McConaughey.||Written by David Franzoni; directed by Steven Spielberg; produced by by Steven Spielberg, Debbie Allen, and Colin Wilson; director of photography, Janusz Kaminski; film editor, Michael Kahn; music, John Williams.||Chronicles the 1839 revolt on board a slave ship bound for America. Much of the story involves the court-room drama about the slave who led the revolt.|
|8||Feature Film||Anatomy of a Murder (VHS & DVD)||161 min.||Videocassette release of the 1959 motion picture.
Based on the novel of the same title by Robert Traver.
|James Stewart, Lee Remick, Ben Gazzara, George C. Scott.||Producer and director, Otto Preminger; screenplay, Wendell Mayes; music, Duke Ellington.||A riveting courtroom drama of rape and premeditated murder.|
|9||Feature Film||And Justice For All (VHS & DVD)||120 min.||Videocassette release of the 1979 motion picture.||Al Pacino, Jack Warden, John Forsythe, Lee Strasberg.||Music, David Grusin; screenplay, Valerie Curtin, Barry Levinson; executive producer, Joe Wizan; producers, Norman Jewison, Patrick J.Palmer; director, Norman Jewison.||A young lawyer battles not only one-on-one injustice in the courts, but the whole system as well.|
|10||Feature Film||The Asphalt Jungle (DVD)||112 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1950
Based on the novel by W.R. Burnett.
|Sterling Hayden, Louis Calhern, Jean Hagen, James Whitmore, Sam Jaffe, John McIntire, Marc Lawrence, Barry Kelley, Anthony Caruso, Teresa Celli, Marilyn Monroe.||Director, John Huston; producer, Arthur Hornblow, Jr.; screenplay, Ben Maddow, John Huston; director of photography, Harold Rosson; art directors, Cedric Gibbons and Randall Duell; film editor, George Boemler; music by Miklos Rozsa; set decorations, Edwin B. Willis.||When criminal mastermind Doc Riedenschneider is released from prison, he approaches lawyer Alonzo Emmerich with a plan for the biggest jewel heist in history. Doc carefully selects and rehearses his team, but Emmerich is planning to double-cross the thieves and flee the country with the loot.|
|11||Feature Film||Assault at West Point (VHS)||95 min.||Videocassette release of the 1994 motion picture.
Based on the book The Court-Martial of Johnson Whittaker by John F. Marszalek.
|Samuel L. Jackson, Sam Waterston, Seth Gillam, Mason Adams, Val Avery, Eddie Bracken, Gene Canfield, Robert Clohessy, Al Freeman, Jr., Ken Garito, Greg Germann, John Glover, Brad Greenquist, Peter Maloney, George Martin, Scott Paetty, Josef Sommer.||Writer/producer/director, Harry Moses; executive producers, Bob Rubin, Bill Siegler; director of photography, Ken Kelsch; editor, Jay Freund; music, Terence Blanchard.||A dramatization of the court martial of Johnson Whittaker (Gillam) and the clash between a Harvard-educated black law professor (Jackson) and his co-defense, a racist white attorney (Waterston) more interested in upholding the honor of West Point than in seeing that justice is done.|
|12||Feature Film||Bad Lieutenant (DVD)||91 min.||Originally produced as motion picture in 1992.||Harvey Keitel, Victor Argo, Paul Calderone, Leonard Thomas, Robin Burrows, Frankie Thorn, Victoria Bastel, Paul Hipp.||Executive producers, Ronna B. Wallace, Patrick Wachsberger; director of photography, Ken Kelsch; production designer, Charles Lagola; music, Joe Delia; editor, Anthony Redman; co-producer, Randall Sabusawa; screenplay, Zoe Lund, Abel Ferrara; producers, Edward R. Pressman, Mary Kane; director, Abel Ferrara.||He's a gambler, a thief, a junkie, a killer, and a cop. Now he's investigating the most shocking case of his life, and as he moves closer to the truth, his self-destructive past is closing in.|
|13||Feature Film||The Big Hangover (DVD)||82 min.||Videocassette release of the 1950 motion picture.||Van Johnson, Elizabeth Taylor.||Writer, director, producer, Norman Krasna.||An ex-pilot was trapped in a wine cellar during a WWII bombing and almost got drowned in a flood of brandy. Since then even a sniff renders him instantly pie-eyed. To his rescue comes the beautiful daughter of his boss.|
|14||Feature Film||Billy Budd (DVD)||123 min.||Videocassette release of the 1962 motion picture.||Robert Ryan, Peter Ustinov, Melvyn Douglas, Terence Stamp.||Screenplay by Peter Ustinov and DeWitt Bodeen; produced and directed by Peter Ustinov; director of photography, Robert Krasker; film editor, Jack Harris; art director, Peter Murton; technical advisor, Alan Villiers; campera operator, John S. Harris; music composed by Anthony Hopkins.||Movie version of the play by Louis Osborne Cox and Robert H. Chapman, based on the novel by Herman Melville: story of the clash between the young, innocent sailor, Billy Budd, and his corrupt superior, Claggart.|
|15||Feature Film||Black Widow (DVD)||101 min.||Videocassette release of the 1987 motion picture.||Debra Winger, Theresa Russell, Black Widow, Sami Frey, Dennis Hopper and Nicol Williamson.||Music, Michael Small; director of photography, Conrad Hall; production designer, Gene Callahan; executive producer, Laurence Mark; written by Ronald Bass; produced by Harold Schneider; directed by Bob Rafelson.||A complex psychological thriller about a beautiful serial killer whose victims are wealthy men. A lonely federal agent tracks down the alluring seductress only to be turned inside out when she falls under the killer's potent spell herself.|
|16||Feature Film||Blaze (DVD)||117 min.||Videocassette release of the 1989 motion picture.
Based on the book: Blaze Starr, my life as told to Huey Perry.
|Paul Newman, Lolita Davidovich.||Director of photography Haskell Wexler; executive producers David Lester and Don Miller; produced by Gil Friesen and Dale Pollock; written for the screen and directed by Ron Shelton.||Based on the real life story of stripper Blaze Starr and her romance with the governor of Louisianna.|
|17||Feature Film||Bleak House (1988) (VHS & DVD)||6 hr. 30 min.||A BBC TV production in association with the Arts and Entertainment Network.
Originally shown on television.
Based on the novel by Charles Dickens.
|Diana Rigg, Denholm Elliot.||Dramatised by Arthur Hopcraft; directed by Ross Devenish; producers, Betty Willingale, John Harris; photographers, Kenneth Macmillan, John Walker; film editors, Clare Douglas, Dave King; music, Geoffrey Burgon.||Charles Dickens' biting social commentary on the justice system of 19th century England. The infamous Jarndyce case has been dragging through the courts for years, ruining lives and leaving entire families devastated. John Jarndyce, a good-natured country gentleman, refuses to let it control his life. But one of his wards is not so fortunate. Like so many before him, the young man gets caught up in the labrynthine suit and the intrigue that surrounds it. A powerful tale of greed and social decay.|
|18||Feature Film||Blind Faith (VHS)||121 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1998.||Charles S. Dutton, Courtney B. Vance.||Produced by Nick Grillo; written by Frank Military; directed by Ernest Dickerson; director of photography, Rodney Charters; film editor, Stephen Lovejoy; music, Ron Carter.||Drama set in 1957 in the Bronx, this is the story of a black teenager on trial for killing a young white man in the park.|
|19||Feature Film||Blind Justice (VHS)||94 min.||Videocassette release of the 1986 motion picture.
Based on a true story.
|Tim Matheson, Mimi Kuzyk, Lisa Eichhorn.||Writers, Josephine Cummings, Richard Yalem; director, Rod Holcomb; producer, Andrew Gottlieb.||James Anderson is falsely arrested, charged with armed robbery, identified by his "victim," and eventually charged with six similar crimes plus kidnapping and rape. As the ordeal continues, Jim's life falls apart to such a degree that eventually even he begins to wonder if he's actually guilty. This film paints a powerful, frightening picture about what can happen when justice, "blindfolded" to be fair to all, is also blind to innocence.|
|20||Feature Film||Body Heat (VHS & DVD)||113 min.||Videocassette release of the 1981 motion picture.||William Hurt, Kathleen Turner, Richard Crenna.||Writer-director, Lawrence Kasdan; produced, Fred T. Gallo.||A likable, unambitious lawyer and his siren-like lover plot to kill her wealthy husband.|
|21||Feature Film||Body of Evidence (DVD)||99 min.||DVD release of the 1992 motion picture.
Not based on the novel by Patricia Cornwell.
|Madonna, Willem Dafoe, Joe Mantegna, Anne Archer.||Producer, Dino De Laurentiis; director, Uli Edel; writer, Brad Mirman; music, Graeme Revell; film editor, Thom Noble; director of photography, Doug Milsome.||Rebecca Carlson is on trial for the murder of her older, wealthy lover whose death, it seems, was the result of an intense lovemaking session with Rebecca. It is up to Rebecca's attorney to prove her innocence but when he becomes entangled in her web of erotic game-playing, his body of evidence begins to contain as many curves as his client.|
|22||Feature Film||The Bounty (DVD)||130 min.||DVD release of the 1984 motion picture.
Based upon the book Captain Bligh and Mr. Christian by Richard Hough.
|Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins, Edward Fox, Laurence Olivier.||Producer, Bernard Williams; director, Roger Donaldson; screenplay, Robert Bolt; music, Vangelis.||In 1787, Lt. William Bligh leads an expedition to take breadfruit plants from Tahiti to Jamaica, with his old friend Fletcher Christian as Master's Mate. After an arduous journey during which the ship is nearly lost in a disastrous attempt to sail around Cape Horn, they reach Tahiti, where the crew is seduced by its natural splendors and uninhibited native women. When Bligh insists on trying once more to round the Horn during the voyage to Jamaica, Christian leads the men in a mutiny.|
|23||Feature Film||The Bonfire of the Vanities (DVD)||126 min.||Videocassette release of the 1990 motion picture.
Based on the novel by Tom Wolfe.
|Tom Hanks, Bruce Willis, Melanie Griffith.||Producer/director, Brian De Palma; screenplay, Michael Cristofer.||A Wall Street wheeler-dealer has everything going his way. But one night, in the right car with the wrong woman, he took a wrong turn at the wrong place, and nothing has gone right ever since!|
|24||Feature Film||Breaker Morant (VHS)||106 min.||Videorecording of the 1979 motion picture.
Adapted from the play of the same title by Kenneth Ross, with additional material from "The Breaker," by Kit Denton.
|Edward Woodward, Jack Thompson, John Waters, Bryan Brown.||Producer, Matthew Carroll; director, Bruce Beresford; screenplay, Jonathan Hardy, David Stevens, Bruce Beresford; photography, Donald McAlpine; film editor, William Anderson.||Following the brutal death of a British captain in the Boer War in South Africa in 1901, Lt. Harry Morant leads his unit in pursuit of the Boers, attacks their camp, and has a captive executed. Other executions and deaths lead to the arrest and trial of Morant and two other lieutenants.|
|25||Feature Film||The Caine Mutiny (DVD)||125 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1954.
Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Herman Wouk.
|Humphrey Bogart, Jose Ferrer, Van Johnson, Lee Marvin, E.G. Marshall, Fred MacMurray, Robert Francis, May Wynn.||Director, Edward Dmytryk; producer, Stanley Kramer; screenplay, Stanley Roberts; music, Max Steiner.||A combat-weary, paranoic Captain Queeg loses his nerve during a typhoon and is relieved of command by his first officer|
|26||Feature Film||Call Northside 777 (DVD)||111 min.||Originally released as motion picture in 1948.||James Stewart, Richard Conte, Lee J. Cobb, Helen Walker.||Screenplay, Jerome Cady, Jay Dratler; adapters, Leonard Hoffman, Quentin Reynolds; producer, Otto Lang; director, Henry Hathaway.||The powerful true story of a reporter who corrects a miscarriage of justice.|
|27||Feature Film||Cape Fear (1961 : DVD)||106 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1961.
Based on the novel "The Executioners" by John D. MacDonald.
|Gregory Peck, Robert Mitchum, Polly Bergen, Lori Martin, Martin Balsam, Jack Kruschen, Telly Savalas, Barrie Chase.||Director, J. Lee Thompson; producer, Sy Bartlett; screenplay, James R. Webb.||An ex-con is determined to wreak bloody revenge on the small-town lawyer who helped send him to jail.|
|28||Feature Film||Cape Fear (1991 : DVD)||128 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1991.
Based on a screenplay by James R. Webb and "The Executioners," a novel by John D. MacDonald.
|Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte, Jessica Lange, Joe Don Baker, Juliette Lewis, Robert Mitchum, Gregory Peck.||Bernard Hermann's score adapted and conducted by Elmer Bernstein; editor, Thema Schoonmaker; production designer, Henry Bumstead; director of photography, Freddie Francis; executive producers, Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall; screenplay, Wesley Strick; producer, Barbara De Fina; director, Martin Scorsese.||Fourteen years after being imprisoned, psychopath Max Cady emerges with a single-minded mission: to seek revenge on his attorney Sam Bowden.|
|29||Feature Film||A Case of Deadly Force (VHS)||95 min.||Videocassette release of the 1986 made-for-television motion picture.
Based on the book Deadly Force, the true story of how a badge can become a license to kill, by L. O'Donnell.
|Richard Crenna, John Shea, Lorraine Toussaint, Frank McCarthy, Tom Isbell, Dylan Baker, Michael O'Hare, Tate Donovan.||Director, Michael Miller; Producer, Bruce S. Pustin; teleplay, Dennis Nemec; photography, Kees Van Oostrum; editor, Paul Fried; music, Paul Chihara.||When an innocent black man is killed by the Boston police, attorney Lawrence O'Donnell takes on a "wrongful death" case against Boston's Tactical Patrol Force and police brutality.|
|30||Feature Film||The Castle (DVD)||84 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1997.||Michael Caton, Anne Tenney, Stephen Curry, Sophie Lee, Anthony Simcoe, Charles "Bud" Tingwell.||Director, Rob Stich; producer, Debra Choate; written and conceived by Santo Cilauro et al.; director of photography, Miriana Marusic; art director, Ben Morieson; editor, Wayne Hyett; music, Edmund Choi.||Even though there is an airport practically running through their backyard, the eccentric Kerrigan clan loves their humble home. But when the airfield needs room to expand, the government says that the Kerrigans have got to go. This hilarious family decides to stay and fight for their beloved "castle" ... no matter how far the conflict goes.|
|31||Feature Film||The Chamber (VHS & DVD)||113 min.||Videocassette release of the 1997 motion picture.
Based on the novel by John Grisham.
|Chris O'Donnell, Gene Hackman, Faye Dunaway, Lea Rochon, Robert Prosky, Raymond Barry, David Marshall Grant.||Director of photography, Ian Baker; editor, Mark Warner; music, Carter Burwell.||Adam Hall is an idealistic young attorney who takes on the death row clemency case of his one-time Klansman grandfather, Sam Cayhall. With just 28 days before the execution, Adam sets out to retrace the events leading to the crime for which Sam was convicted. As the impending death sentence looms closer, Adam works quickly to uncover the family's history for any hidden clues. In a white-knuckle series of twists and turns, Adam discovers deceptions and dark secrets that ultimately lead him to the startling truth.|
|32||Feature Film||Chinatown (DVD)||131 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1974.||Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Hillerman, Perry Lopez, Burt Young, Bruce Glover, Joe Mantell, Roy Jenson, Diane Ladd, Dick Bakalyan, John Huston.||Written by Robert Towne; produced by Robert Evans; directed by Roman Polanski; director of photography, John A. Alonzo; film editor, Sam O'Steen; music, Jerry Goldsmith.||The plot is a labyrinth of successive revelations having to do with Los Angeles water reserves, land rights, fraud and intra-family hanky-panky, climaxing in Los Angeles's Chinatown on a street that seems no more mysterious than Flatbush Avenue."--Vincent Canby, New York Times.|
|33||Feature Film||A Civil Action (VHS & DVD)||115 min.||Videocassette release of the 1999 motion picture.
Based on the book of the same title by Jonathan Harr.
|John Travolta, Robert Duvall, Stephen Fry, James Gandolfini, Dan Hedaya, Zeljko Ivanek, John Lithgow, William H. Macy, Kathleen Quinlan, Tony Shalhoub.||Produced by Scott Rudin, Robert Redford, Rachel Pfeffer; screenplay by Steven Zaillian; directed by Steven Zaillian; director of photography, Conrad L. Hall; editor, Wayne Wahrman; music, Danny Elfman.||A high-priced personal injury attorney represents eight families whose children died of leukemia after large corporations let toxic waste leak into the water supply in the Boston area. He puts his career, reputation and all that he owns on the line for the rights of his clients.|
|34||Feature Film||Clarence Darrow (VHS & DVD)||84 min.||Videocassette release of the 1974 motion picture.
Based on "Clarence Darrow for the Defense" by Irving Stone.
|Henry Fonda.||Director, John Houseman; producers, Mike Merrick and Don Gregory.||Henry Fonda's masterful picture of Darrow, using the man's own words, portrays Darrow as twentieth century America's foremost trial lawyer.|
|35||Feature Film||Class Action (VHS & DVD)||110 min.||Videocassette release of the 1991 motion picture.||Gene Hackman, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio.||Producers, Ted Field, Scott Kroopf and Robert W. Cort; director, Michael Apted; writers, Carolyn Shelby, Christipher Ames and Samantha Shad.||Two lawyers, father and daughter, face off against each other in a multimillion dollar lawsuit. The case concerns a potentially defective auto design that could involve corporate corruption and violations of legal ethics.|
|36||Feature Film||The Client (VHS & DVD)||121 min.||Videocassette release of the 1994 motion picture. .
Based on the novel of "The client" by John Grisham.
|Susan Sarandon, Tommy Lee Jones, Brad Renfro, Mary-Louise Parker.||none||Mark Sway is an 11-year-old torn between what he knows and what he can never tell. A hitman will snuff him in half a heartbeat if Mark reveals what he learned about a Mob murder. An ambitious federal prosecutor will keep the pressure on until Mark tells all. Suddenly, Mark isn't a boy playing air guitar anymore. He's a pawn in a deadly game. And his only ally is a courageous but unseasoned attorney who risks her career for him...but never imagines she'll also risk her life.|
|37||Feature Film||Compulsion (DVD)||105 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1959.
Based on the novel by Meyer Levin.
|Orson Welles, Dean Stockwell, Diane Varsi, Bradford Dillman, E.G. Marshall, Martin Milner, Richard Anderson.||Screenplay, Richard Murphy; producer, Richard D. Zanuck; director, Richard Fleischer.||A riveting true story about the notorious 1924 Leopold-Loeb murder case. Brilliant attorney Clarence Darrow defended two wealthy Chicago teenagers who throught their superior intellect would enable them to execute the perfect crime. Darrow's history-making and controversial defense against capital punishment saved the boys from a death sentence.|
|38||Feature Film||The Confession (DVD)||114 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1998.
|Alec Baldwin, Amy Irving, Ben Kingsley.||Directed by David Hugh Jones.||A high powered NY litigator, hired to defend a murderer who avenged his young son's death, struggles with his own desires for success versus the moral wishes of his client to choose the path of truth.|
|39||Feature Film||Cool Hand Luke (DVD)||132 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1967.
Based on the novel by Donn Pearce.
|Paul Newman, George Kennedy, J.D. Cannon, Robert Drivas, Lou Antonio, Strother Martin, Jo Van Fleet.||Screenplay by Donn Pearce and Frank R. Pierson; produced by Gordon Carroll; directed by Stuart Rosenberg.||A part of a chain gang, Luke is a man who won't or can't conform to the arbitrary rules of his captivity.|
|40||Feature Film||The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (DVD)||100 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1955.||Gary Cooper, Rod Steiger, Ralph Bellamy, Elizabeth Montgomery, Darren McGavin, Charles Bickford, Jack Lord, Peter Graves.||Writers, Milton Sperling, Emmet Lavery; producer, Milton Sperling; director, Otto Preminger.||Brigadier General Billy Mitchell has devoted his life to the military, and to developing a superior air defense force for the U.S. When top army brass fail to recognize the importance of air power following its crucial role in winning WWI, Mitchell initiates a campaign to change their minds--a campaign that will ultimately lead to his demotion and the most controversial military trial in U.S. history.|
|44||Feature Film||Cracker (Television program) (DVD)||22 hrs. 30 min.||Television series first shown between 1993 and 1996.||Robbie Coltrane, Barbara Flynn, Geraldine Somerville, with Beryl Reid.||Directors, Michael Winterbottom, Andy Wilson, Simon Cellan Jones, Tim Fywell, Julian Jarrold, Jean Stewart, Roy Battersby, Charles McDougall, Richard Standeven, Antonia Bird; writers, Jimmy McGovern, Ted Whitehead, Paul Abbott; producers, Gub Neal, Paul Abbott, Hilary Bevan Jones, John Chapman.||Episodes from the "Cracker" series, featuring a criminal psychologist with a dark side, a side dependent on a cocktail of alcohol and gambling.||Disc 1. Mad woman in the attic -- disc 2. To say I love you -- disc 3. One day a lemming will fly -- disc 4. To be a somebody -- disc 5. The big crunch -- disc 6. Men should weep -- disc 7. Brotherly love -- disc 8. Best boys -- True romance -- disc 9. White ghost -- disc 10. A new terror -- Bonus: Cracker : behind the scenes.|
|45||Feature Film||Criminal Law (DVD)||114 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1988.||Gary Oldman, Kevin Bacon, Tess Harper, Karen Young, Joe Don Baker.||Executive producers, John Daly and Derek Gibson; written by Mark Kasdan; produced by Robert MacLean and Hilary Heath; directed by Martin Campbell; music, Jerry Goldsmith; director of photography, Philip Meheux; editor, Chris Wimble; co-producer, Ken Gord.||Attorney Ben Chase persuades a jury to find his client Martin Thiel not guilty of a brutal murder. Thiel is released and commits several vicious murders. Ben Chase tries to stop him.|
|46||Feature Film||A Cry in the Dark (DVD)||122 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1989.
Based on "Evil Angels" by John Bryson.
|Meryl Streep, Sam Neill.||Screenplay by Robert Caswell and Fred Schepisi; produced by Verity Lambert; directed by Fred Schepisi.||Meryl Streep captured her third New York Film Critics Award and her eighth Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Lindy, who lives the nightmare of seeing a wild dog carry off her infant, then endures a travesty of a trial by the courts and media.|
|47||Feature Film||Dead Man Walking (DVD)||122 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1995.
Based on the book of the same title by Sister Helen Prejean.
|Susan Sarandon, Sean Penn, Robert Prosky.||Director, Tim Robbins; producers, Jon Kilik, Tim Robbins, Rudd Simmons; prooduction design, Richard Hoover; director of photography, Roger A. Deakins; written by Tim Robbins; music by David Robbins.||This film tells of death row convict Matthew Poncelet and his spiritual advisor, Sister Helen Prejean.|
|48||Feature Film||The Defender (DVD)||112 min.||Originally presented on Studio One (February 25 and March 4, 1957) on CBS-TV.||Ralph Bellamy, Martin Balsam, Steven McQueen, William Shatner, Ian Wolfe.||Written by Reginald Rose; directed by Robert Mulligan; produced by Herbert Brodkin.||A courtroom drama about a lawyer & his son, appointed to defend a client against a murder charge. The older lawyer feels the client is guilty ; his son disagrees. When the son's unorthodox style is all that stands between the client & execution, the father must chose between his morals & saving the client's life.|
|49||Feature Film||Defending Your Life (DVD)||112 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1991.||Albert Brooks, Meryl Streep, Rip Torn, Lee Grant, Buck Henry.||Music, Michael Gore; editor, David Finfer; production designer, Ida Randon; director of photography, Allen Daviau; co-producer, Robert Grand; executive producer, Herb Nanas; producer, Michael Grillo; writer and director, Albert Brooks.||Meryl Streep joins Albert Brooks for a witty, highly acclaimed peek at the afterlife. Make that a laughterlife whose comforts include eating all you want and not gaining an ounce. Alas, there's a catch: you're also saddled with defending your life. If you can't make a case for having lived a full and fearless one, you must go back and try again. But Daniel, whose life was far from fearless, doesn't want to go back. Not after he meets Julia, a remarkable woman who's going places a lot more evolved than L.A.|
|50||Feature Film||Defenseless (DVD)||106 min.||Originally produced as motion picture in 1990.
|Barbara Hershey, Sam Shepard, Mary Beth Hurt, J.T. Walsh.||Director, Martin Campbell; producers, Renee Missel and David Bombyk; story, James Hicks and Jeff Burkhart; screenplay, James Hicks; director of photography, Phil Meheux; editor, Chris Wimble; music, Curt Sobel.||T.K. Katwuller is a lawyer defending real estate tycoon Steve Seldes against charges of hiring teenage girls to perform in porno films, which is complicated by the fact that he's her lover and the husband of an old friend. When he's murdered, the apparent victim of a teenager's outraged father, only the engimatic Detective Butell remains cool-headed enough to expose the truth of the real killer.|
|51||Feature Film||Devil's Advocate (DVD)||144 min.||Based on the novel by Andrew Neiderman.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1997.
|Al Pacino, Keanu Reeves, Charlize Theron.||Screenplay, Jonathan Lemkin, Tony Gilroy ; producers, Arnon Milchan, Arnold Kopelson, Anne Kopelson ; director, Taylor Hackford ; music, James Newton Howard.||Attorney Kevin Lomax's 64-0 case record has brought him a tempting offer from an elite New York firm. But the job isn't what it seems. The Devil is in the details.|
|52||Feature Film||Do the Right Thing (DVD)||120 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1989.||Danny Aiello (Sal), Ossie Davis (Da Mayor), Ruby Dee (Mother Sister), Richard Edson (Vito), Giancarlo Esposito (Buggin Out), Spike Lee (Mookie), Bull Nunn (Radio Raheem), John Turturro (Pino).||Director/producer, Spike Lee; production design, Wynn Thomas; original music score, Bill Lee; editor, Barry Alexander Brown; photography by Ernest Dickerson; co-producer, Monty Ross.||This powerful visual feast combines humor and drama with memorable characters while tracing the course of a single day on a block in the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn. It's the hottest day of the year, a scorching 24-hour period that will change the lives of its residents forever.|
|53||Feature Film||A Dry White Season (DVD)||107 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1989.
Based on the book by Andre Brink.
|Donald Sutherland, Janet Suzman, Jurgen Prochnow, Zakes Mokae, Susan Sarandon, Marlon Brando.||Music by Dave Grusin; executive producer, Tim Hampton; screenplay by Colin Welland and Euzhan Palcy; produced by Paula Weinstein; directed by Euzhan Palcy.||The politics of apartheid are put into meaningful, human terms in this critically acclaimed film about a prominent white schoolteacher who is awakened to the reality of South African justice.|
|54||Feature Film||Duck Soup (DVD)||70 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1933.||The Marx Brothers (Groucho, Harpo, Chico, and Zeppo), Margaret Dumont, Louis Calhern, Raquel Torres, Edgar Kennedy.||Director, Leo McCarey; screenplay by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; photography, Henry Sharp.||As Prime Minister Firefly of Freedonia, Groucho soon reduces the kingdom to shambles. Harpo and Chico are secret agents disguised as peanut vendors and Zeppo is Firefly's secretary.|
|55||Feature Film||Erin Brockovich (DVD)||132 min.||Based on a true story.
Originally released as motion picture in 1999.
|Julia Roberts, Albert Finney, Aaron Eckhart.||Produced by Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sher; written by Susannah Grant; directed by Steven Soderbergh; photography, Ed Lachman; editor, Anne V. Coates; music, Thomas Newman.||Erin Brockovich is a feisty young mother who convinces attorney Ed Masry to hire her and promptly stumbles upon a law case against a giant corporation for water pollution. Erin's determined to take on this powerful adversary even though no law firm has dared to do it before. The two begin a legal fight that will bring a small town to its feet and a huge company to its knees.|
|56||Feature Film||Eye for an Eye (DVD)||102 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1996.||Sally Field, Kiefer Sutherland, Ed Harris, Beverly D'Angelo, Joe Mantegna.||none||Karen McCann's orderly life is shattered when a stranger breaks into her home and murders her 17-year-old daughter. But shock and grief turn into rage and disbelief when the killer is released on a legal technicality. When he commits another murder--and is set free once again-- Karen is determined to make him pay for his crimes. Alienating her husband and her friends, Karen quietly and methodically devises a deadly plan for retribution.|
|57||Feature Film||Fatal Attraction (DVD)||120 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1987.
Special collector's edition.
Special features include cast/crew interviews, featurettes, alternate ending, rehearsal footing, and director commentary.
|Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, Anne Archer.||Music by Maurice Jarre; screenplay by James Dearden; produced by Stanley R. Jaffe and Sherry Lansing; directed by Adrian Lyne.||A New York attorney has a romantic fling while his wife is out of town, and then shrugs it off. But the woman involved with him won't be ignored, even if it means destroying his family to keep him.|
|58||Feature Film||Fatal Vision (VHS)||185 min.||Videocassette release of the 1984 motion picture.
Based upon the book by Joe McGinniss.
|Karl Malden, Eva Marie Saint, Gary Cole.||Producer, Richard L. O'Connor; director, David Greene; executive producers, Daniel Wigutow, Mike Rosenfeld; music by Gil Melle; teleplay by John Gay.||One of the most publicized and thought-provoking criminal cases in modern history is brought to the screen in this film depicting the events that surround the brutal murder of a military doctor's pregnant wife and two young daughters.|
|59||Feature Film||A Few Good Men (VHS & DVD)||138 min.||Videocassette release of the 1992 motion picture.||Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore.||Music, Marc Shaiman; director of photography, Robert Richardson; executive producers, William Gilmore, Rachel Pfeffer; co-producers, Steve Nicolaides, Jeffrey Stott; screenplay, Aaron Sorkin; producers, David Brown, Rob Reiner, Andrew Scheinman; director, Rob Reiner.||Cruise stars as a brash Navy lawyer who's teamed with a gung-ho litigator in a politically-explosive murder case. Charged with defending two Marines accused of killing a fellow soldier, they are confronted with complex issues of loyalty and honor - including its most sacred code and its most formidable warrior.|
|601||Feature Film||Knock on Any Door (DVD)||99 min.||Based on the novel by Willard Motley. Originally released as a motion picture in 1949.||Humphrey Bogart, John Derek, George Macready, Allene Roberts, Susan Perry, Mickey Knox.||Screenplay by Daniel Taradash, John Monks. Jr.; produced by Robert Lord; directed by Nicholas Ray. Director of photography, Burnett Guffey; editor, Viola Lawrence; music, George Antheil.||A crusading lawyer fights to save a juvenile delinquent charged with murder.|
|602||Feature Film||Mississippi Burning (DVD)||127 min.||Based on the book: Three lives for Mississippi / by William Bradford Huie. Originally released as a motion picture in 1988.||Gene Hackman, Willem Dafoe, Frances McDormand, Brad Dourif, R. Lee Ermey, Gailard Sartain.||Produced by Frederick Zollo and Robert F. Colesberry; written by Chris Gerolmo; directed by Alan Parker. Director of photography, Peter Biziou; production designers, Philip Harrison and Geoffrey Kirkland; editors, Gerry Hambling, Craig Richards; music, Trevor Jones.||Two FBI agents investigate the deaths of civil rights workers in a Mississippi town. Tension is caused by the discovery of a local coverup.|
|61||Feature Film||The Firm (VHS & DVD)||154 min.||Videocassette release of the 1993 motion picture.
Based on the book by John Grisham.
|Tom Cruise, Gene Hackman, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Ed Harris, Holly Hunter, Wilford Brimley, Hal Holbrook, David Strathairn.||Music composer/performer, Dave Grusin; editors, William Steinkamp, Fredric Steinkamp; production designer, Richard MacDonald; director of photography, John Seale; executive producers, Michael Hausman, Lindsay Doran; screenplay, David Rabe, Robert Towne, David Rayfiel; producers, Scott Rudin, John Davis; producer/director, Sydney Pollack.||A brilliant and ambitious Harvard Law grad joins a small, prosperous law firm in Memphis, and is soon confronted by FBI agents with evidence of corruption and murder within the firm.|
|62||Feature Film||First Monday in October (VHS & DVD)||99 min.||Videocassette release of the 1981 motion picture.||Walter Matthau, Jill Clayburgh.||Producer, Paul Heller and Martha Scott; director, Ronald Neame; screenplay, Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee.||Walter Matthau and Jill Clayburgh star in this dramatic comedy that centers around the appointment of the first woman to the U.S. Supreme Court.|
|63||Feature Film||The Fortune Cookie (DVD)||126 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1966.||Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau.||Producer/director, Billy Wilder; writers, Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond; music, Andre Previn.||A TV cameraman, trampled by a half-back while shooting a football game, and his shyster brother-in-law team up to defraud an insurance company in a million dollar law suit.|
|64||Feature Film||Fury (DVD)||89 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1936.
Based on a story by Norman Krasna.
|Sylvia Sidney, Spencer Tracy, Walter Abel, Bruce Cabot, Edward Ellis, Walter Brennan.||Directed by Fritz Lang; produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz; screenplay by Bartlett Cormack and Fritz Lang.||An ethical young man is forced to confront his own morality after he becomes a victim of vigilantism.|
|65||Feature Film||Gandhi (DVD)||3 hr, 11 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1982.
2-disc collector's ed.; 25th anniversary ed.
Special features: Disc 1. Introduction and commentary by Richard Attenborough. Disc 2. Photo gallery of vintage lobby cards; "The making of Gandhi" video montage; "Milestones in the life of Gandhi" interactive timeline; Trailer.
Academy Awards, USA, 1982: Oscars for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Ben Kingsley) ; Best Art Direction - Set Decoration (Stuart Craig, Robert W. Laing, Michael Seirton) ; Best Cinematography (Billy Williams, Ronnie Taylor) ; Best Costume Design (John Mollo, Bhanu Athaiya) ; Best Director (Richard Attenborough) ; Best Film Editing (John Bloom) ; Best Picture ; Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen (John Briley).
|Ben Kingsley, Candice Bergen, Edward Fox, John Gielgud, Trevor Howard, John Mills, Martin Sheen.||Production designer, Stuart Craig; editor, John Bloom; in charge of production, Terence A. Clegg; co-producer, Rani Dube; music, Ravi Shankar; orchestral score & additional music, George Fenton; directors of photography, Billy Williams, Ronnie Taylor; executive producer, Michael Stanley-Evans; written by John Briley; produced and directed by Richard Attenborough.||Chronicles the life of Mahatma Ghandi beginning with his political activities in South Africa during the late 1890's and ending with his assassination at the hands of a Hindu extremist in 1948. Shows the development of his philosophy of non-violence as he leads the people of India to independence from the British.|
|66||Feature Film||Ghosts of Mississippi (VHS & DVD)||131 min.||Videocassette release of 1996 motion pictures.||Alec Baldwin, Whoopi Goldberg, James Woods.||Produced and directed by Rob Reiner.||The film features the final trial of the assassin of the 60s civil rights leader Medgar Evers.|
|67||Feature Film||Gideon's Trumpet (VHS & DVD)||105 min.||Based on the book by Anthony Lewis.
Originally broadcast as a production of Hallmark Hall of Fame on television in 1980.
Special DVD features: Insert with production notes by Anthony Lewis and cast filmographies.
|Henry Fonda, Jose Ferrer, John Houseman, Fay Wray, Sam Jaffe, Dean Jagger.||Executive producer, John Houseman; producers, Robert H. Justman and David W. Rintels; screenplay, David W. Rintel; directed by Robert E. Collins; cinematography by Donald H. Birnkrant; editor, Frank Bracht; music, Joseph Weiss.||Clarence Earl Gideon, a semi-literate drifter, is arrested for breaking into a pool room and for petty theft. When he asks the court to appoint a lawyer for his defense because he cannot afford one, his request is denied. Acting as his own lawyer, Gideon is convicted and sent to jail. While in prison, he begins a hand-written campaign directed to the U.S. Supreme Court,contending that every defendant is entitled to legal representation. The Court agrees to hear Gideon's case, and, in a landmark decision, rules in his favor.|
|68||Feature Film||The Gingerbread Man (DVD)||115 min.||Originally produced as motion picture in 1997.
Based on an original story by John Grisham.
|Kenneth Branagh, Embeth Davidtz, Robert Downey Jr., Daryl Hannah, Robert Duvall, Tom Berenger.||Screenplay by Al Hayes; produced by Jeremy Tannenbaum; directed by Robert Altman; director of photography, Changwei Gu; editor, Geraldine Peroni; music, Mark Isham.||Lawyer Rick Magruder has a one-night-stand affair with caterer Mallory Doss. He becomes hooked on her, and when he learns her nut-case|
|69||Feature Film||Glengarry Glen Ross (DVD)||100 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1992.
Based on David Mamet's Pulitzer prize-winning play.
|Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Alec Baldwin, Ed Harris, Alan Arkin, Kevin Spacey, Jonathan Pryce.||Screenplay, David Mamet; executive producer, Joseph Caracciola, Jr.; photography, Juan Ruiz Pryce; editor, Howard Smith; music, James Newton Howard.||A powerful story set in the world of real estate. Times are tough at Premiere Properties. Shelley "the machine" Levene (Lemmon) and Dave Moss (Harris) are veteran salesmen, but only Ricky Roma (Pacino) is on a hot streak. The new Glengarry sales leads could turn everything around, but the front office is holding them back until these "losers" prove themselves. Then someone decides to take matters into his own hands, stealing the Glengarry leads and leaving everyone wondering who did it.|
|70||Feature Film||The Good Mother (DVD)||104 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1988.
Based on the novel by Sue Miller.
|Diane Keaton, Liam Neeson, Jason Robards, Ralph Bellamy.||Screenplay by Michael Bortman; produced by Arnold Glimcher; directed by Leonard Nimoy.||Discovering true passion for the first time in her life, Anna's life couldn't have been more perfect. But shocking charges against her force her to prove that she is a good mother.|
|71||Feature Film||Having Wonderful Crime (VHS)||70 min.||Videocassette release of the 1944 motion picture.
Based on a story by Craig Rice.
|Pat O'Brien, George Murphy, Carole Landis.||Screenplay, Howard J. Green, Stewart Sterling, Parke Levy; producer, Robert Fellows; director, Eddie Sutherland; photography, Frank Redman; music, Leigh Harline; editor, Gene Milford.||A criminal lawyer is hooked into investigating the disappearance of a famous magician by his newlywed friends.|
|266||Instructional Video||Unconstitutional: The War on Our Civil Liberties (DVD)||68 min.||Issued in 2004.||Written, produced and directed by Nonny de la Pena; edited by Joe Bini and Greg Byers; executive producers Robert Greenwald, Earl Katz, and Dan Raskov.||Discusses how the USA PATRIOT Act has taken away checks on law enforcement and continues to endanger the civil liberties of all Americans under the guise of being part of the war on terrorism, and how paranoia, fear and racial profiling have led to gross infringements on freedom and democracy without strengthening national security.|
|73||Feature Film||I Am Sam: Love Is All You Need (DVD)||134 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2001.||Sean Penn, Michelle Pfeiffer, Dakota Fanning.||Directed by Jessie Nelson; produced by Marshall Herskovitz, Jessie Nelson, Richard Solomon, and Edward Zwick; written by Kristine Johnson and Jessie Nelson; cinematography by Elliot Davis; edited by Richard Chew; music by John Powell.||Sam Dawson has the mental capacity of a 7-year-old. He works at a Starbucks and is obsessed with the Beatles. He has a daughter with a homeless woman; she abandons them as soon as they leave the hospital. He names his daughter Lucy Diamond (after the Beatles song), and raises her. But as she reaches age 7 herself, Sam's limitations start to become a problem at school; she's intentionally holding back to avoid looking smarter than he is. The authorities take her away, and Sam shames high-priced lawyer Rita Harrison into taking his case pro bono. In the process, he teaches her a great deal about love, and whether it's really all you need.|
|74||Feature Film||I Am the Law (DVD)||83 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1938.
Story based upon Liberty Magazine serial by Fred Allhoff.
|Edward G. Robinson, Barbara O'Neil, John Beal, Wendy Barrie, Otto Kruger.||Produced by Everett Riskin; directed by Alexander Hall; screenplay by Jo Swerling.||A dynamic law professor is drafted by a civic leader to investigate the city's gangster activities in this lurid expose of the inner workings of the urban underworld.|
|75||Feature Film||I Confess (DVD)||95 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1953.
Based on the play "Nos deux consciences" by Paul Anthelme.
|Montgomery Clift, Anne Baxter, Karl Malden, Brian Aherne.||Director, Alfred Hitchcock; screenplay, George Tabori, William Archbald; music, Dimitri Tiomkin.||Father Logan, stolid, stalwart, to all appearances the embodiment of priestly piety, hears a murderer's confession. Almost immediately Logan is plunged into peril, for circumstantial evidence and eyewitness accounts point to a priest as the killer. The sacrament of penance forbits him to reveal what he knows. As calamity and coincidence conspire to paint Logan into a hopeless corner, it becomes the priest who must admit to himself, and confess his own human frailty.|
|76||Feature Film||I Want To Live! (DVD)||2 hr.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1958.||Susan Hayward, Simon Oakland, Virginia Vincent, Theodore Bikel.||Director, Robert Wise; producer, Walter Wanger; screenplay, Nelson Gidding and Don Mankiewicz; original jazz score, John Mandel.||Based on the true story of Barbara Graham, a fast-living party girl, who suddenly finds herself accused of a murder she did not commit and sentenced to the gas chamber. Only a psychologist and a reporter can help her in the desperate struggle to prevent the final judgment.|
|77||Feature Film||Mae West:The Glamour Collection (DVD)||About 7 hours.||Originally produced as American motion pictures in 1932 (Night After Night), 1933 (I'm No Angel), 1935 (Goin' To Town), 1936 (Go West Young Man), and 1940 (My Little Chickadee).||Night After Night: George Raft (Joe Anton), Constance Cummings (Miss Jerry Healy), Wynne Gibson (Iris Dawn), Mae West (Maudie Triplett), Alison Skipworth (Miss Mabel Jellyman).
I'm No Angel: Mae West (Tira), Cary Grant (Jack Clayton), Gregory Ratoff (Benny Pinkowitz), Edward Arnold (Big Bill Barton), Ralf Harolde (Slick Wiley), Kent Taylor (Kirk Lawrence), Gertrude Michael (Alicia Hatton), Russell Hopton (The Barker), Dorothy Peterson (Thelma), Wm. B. Davidson (The Chump), Gertrude Howard (Beulah).
Goin' To Town: Mae West (Cleo Borden), Paul Cavanagh (Edward Carrington), Gilbert Emery (Winslow), Marjorie Gateson (Mrs. Crane Brittony), Tito Coral (Taho), Ivan Lebedeff (Ivan Valadov), Fred Kohler (Buck Gonzales), Monroe Owsley (Fletcher Colton), Grant Withers (Young fellow), Vladimar Bykoff.
Go West Young Man: Mae West (Mavis Arden), Warren William (Morgan), Randolph Scott (Bud Norton), Alice Brady (Mrs. Struthers), Elizabeth Patterson (Aunt Kate), Lyle Talbot (Francis X. Harrigan), Jack LaRue (Rico), Isabel Jewell (Gladys), Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra.
My Little Chickadee: Mae West (Flower Belle Lee), W.C. Fields (Cuthbert J. Twillie), Joseph Calleia (Jeff Badger), Dick Foran (Wayne Carter), Ruth Donnelly (Aunt Lou), Margaret Hamilton (Mrs. Gideon), Donald Meek (Amos Budge).
|Night after Night: Photographed by Ernest Haller, continuity by Kathryn Scola.
I'm No Angel: Photographed by Leo Tover, music by Harvey Brooks, lyrics by Gladys duBois and Ben Ellison, suggestions by Lowell Brentano, continuity by Harlan Thompson.
Goin' To Town: Photographed by Karl Struss, music by Sammy Fain, lyrics by Irving Kahal, Mae West's costumes designed by Travis Banton.
Go West Young Man: Photographed by Karl Struss, music by Arthur Johnston, lyrics by John Burke, editing by Ray Curtiss, art direction by Wiard Ihner, gowns by Irene Jones.
My Little Chickadee: Photography directing by Joseph Valentine; art directing by Jack Otterson, film editing by Edward Curtiss, gowns by Vera West, musical directing by Charles Previn, musical score by Frank Skinner.
|Mae West had an inexhaustibly playful interest in language, and a rare, sometimes perplexing, and even lofty wit, spiced by low-down slang. Well before the second wave of feminism, she wrote all her own material, insisted on total control of her work, and was wildly popular for a short time, right before the Production Code lowered the boom on adult attitudes being expressed in films. She made only 12 movies, but three are first-rate, and these were enough to seal her fame and launch a legend. In her first film appearance, "Night After Night," a successful ex-boxer buys a high-class speakeasy and falls for a rich society girl. As the bold Tira in "I'm No Angel," she works as a dancing beauty and lion tamer at a fair. For "Goin' To Town," West goes Western. Cleo Borden is a former dance hall queen who has become newly rich. She falls for--and pursues--an upper crust Englishman. This is followed by "Go West Young Man," where she plays Mavis Arden, a movie star stranded in the country. To stifle her boredom, she trifles with a young man's affections. "My Little Chickadee" pairs West with a legend of similar stature, W.C. Fields. As Flower Belle Lee, she is rightly suspected of illicit relations with the Masked Bandit, and run out of Little Bend. Surprisingly, things change very little when she arrives in Greasewood City to start over.|
|78||Feature Film||In the Name of the Father (DVD)||133 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1993.
Based on the autobiographical book: Proved innocent, by Gerry Conlon.
|Daniel Day-Lewis, Emma Thompson, Pete Postlethwaite.||Executive producer, Gabriel Byrne; co-producer, Arthur Lappin; producer/director, Jim Sheridan; screenplay, Terry George and Jim Sheridan.||Fact-based film about Gerry Conlon, the young Irish punk who is caught in the wrong place at the wrong time and forced to confess to a terrorist bombing. He and his father, along with friends of Gerry, are found guilty and sentenced to life in prison. There, his father shows his true strength, and Gerry works to prove their innocence and clear his father's name.|
|79||Feature Film||Inherit the Wind (DVD)||128 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1960.
Based upon the play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee.
|Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, Gene Kelly, Dick York, Donna Anderson, Harry Morgan.||Producer/director, Stanley Kramer; screenplay, Nathan E. Douglas, Harold Jacob Smith.||A small Tennessee town gained national attention in 1925 when a biology schoolteacher was arrested for violating state law by teaching Darwin's theory of evolution in the classroom.|
|80||Feature Film||Jagged Edge (DVD)||108 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1985.||Glenn Close, Jeff Bridges, Peter Coyote, Robert Loggia.||Music, John Barry; camera, Matthew F. Leonetti; screenplay, Joe Eszterhas; producer, Martin Ransohoff; director, Richard Marquand.||An attorney falls in love with her defendant, the prime suspect in a vicious murder case.|
|81||Feature Film||Judgment at Nuremberg (VHS & DVD)||190 min. (2 videocassettes)||Videocassette release of the 1961 motion picture.
From the play by Abby Mann.
|Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Richard Widmark, Marlene Dietrich, Judy Garland, Maximilian Schell, Montgomery Clift, William Shatner, Edward Binns, Kenneth MacKenna.||Producer/director, Stanley Kramer; writer, Abby Mann; music, Ernest Gold.||This fictionalized account of a war crimes trial of four eminent Nazi judges at Nuremberg, Germany, after World War II provides insight into Nazi brutality and raises questions about freedom of choice, loyalty to one's country, and responsibility to mankind.|
|82||Feature Film||The Juror (VHS & DVD)||118 min.||Videocassette release of the 1996 motion picture.
Based on the book by George Dawes Green.
|Demi Moore, Alec Baldwin.||Screenplay, Ted Tally; produced by Irwin Winkler and Rob Cowan; directed by Brian Gibson.||A struggling single mother impulsively agrees to serve on a jury hoping for a little excitement in her humdrum life. She gets far more than she bargained for when she's forced to sacrifice the truth to save her son from the mob's seductive, psychotic enforcer.|
|83||Feature Film||Just Cause (VHS & DVD)||102 min.||Videocassette release of the 1995 motion picture
Based on the novel by John Katzenbach.
|Sean Connery, Laurence Fishburne, Kate Capshaw, Blair Underwood, Ruby Dee, Ed Harris.||Co-producers, Gary Foster, Anna Reinhardt; editor, William Anderson; production designer, Patrizia Von Brandenstein; director of photography, Lajos Koltai; music, James Newton Howard; executive producer, Sean Connery; screenplay, Jeb Stuart, Peter Stone; producers, Lee Rich, Arne Glimcher, Steve Perry; director, Arne Glimcher.||A Harvard Law School professor reopens a murder investigation on behalf of a Death Row inmate who claims he was forced by a sinister lawman to confess to a crime he didn't commit. On the surface, it seems to be a straight-ahead case of the prisoner's guilt or innocence. But nothing really lies on the surface of this mystery, set in the Florida swamplands.|
|85||Feature Film||Knock on Any Door (VHS)||100 min.||Videorecording of the 1949 motion picture.
From the novel "Knock on any door" by Willard Motley.
|Humphrey Bogart, John Derek, George Macready, Allene Roberts, Susan Perry.||Screenplay, Daniel Taradash, John Monks, Jr. ; director, Nicholas Ray ; producer, Robert Lord.||A young hoodlum from the slums is tried for murdering a cop. He is defended by a prominent attorney who has known him from childhood.|
|86||Feature Film||Kramer vs. Kramer (VHS & DVD)||105 min.||Videocassette release of the 1979 motion picture.
Based on the novel by Avery Corman.
|Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep, Jane Alexander, Justin Henry.||Produced by Stanley R. Jaffe; written for the screen and directed by Robert Benton; director of photography, Nestor Almendros; editor, Jerry Greenberg.||When his wife walks out on Ted Kramer and his six-year-old son they have a chance to really get to know each other. When Ted's wife returns she wants her son back.|
|87||Feature Film||L.A. Law: The Movie (DVD)||90 min.||Originally broadcast on television in 2002.||Harry Hamlin, Corbin Bernsen, Jill Eikenberry, Alan Rachins, Susan Dey, Larry Drake, Michael Tucker, Richard Dysart.||Produced by David Madden; written by Steven Bochco, Terry Louise Fisher, and William Finkelstein, directed by Michael Schultz.||In this television movie that reunites the cast of LA Law, founding partner Leland McKenzie retires and former partner Michael Kuzak returns to stop the execution of a past client. Meanwhile divorce attorney Arnie Becker deals with his own divorce.|
|88||Feature Film||The Lady from Shanghai (DVD)||87 min.||Originally released as motion picture in 1948.
Based on the novel: If I Die Before I Wake, by Sherwood King.
|Rita Hayworth, Orson Welles, Everett Sloane, Glenn Anders.||Screenplay by Orson Welles; produced and directed by Orson Welles; photographer, Charles Lawton, Jr.; editor, Viola Lawrence; music, Heinz Roemheld.||A seaman becomes involved in the murderous intrigue of a crippled lawyer and his homicidal frustrated wife. The film culminates in a shoot-up in a hall of mirrors.|
|89||Feature Film||Ladybird, Ladybird (VHS)||102 min.||Videocassette release of the 1994 motion picture. he lady from Shanghai [videorecording] / Columbia Pictures Corporation. Publisher: Burbank, CA : Columbia TriStar Home Video, c1991. Description: 1 videocassette (87 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in. Series: Columbia classics Summary: A seaman becomes involved in the murderous intrigue of a crippled lawyer and his homicidal frustrated wife. The film culminates in a shoot-up in a hall of mirrors. Notes: Originally released as motion picture in 1948. Based on the novel: If I die before I wake, by Sherwood King. "60451." Credits: Rita Hayworth, Orson Welles, Everett Sloane, Glenn Anders. Screenplay by Orson Welles; produced and directed by Orson Welles; photographer, Charles Lawton, Jr.; editor, Viola Lawrence; music, Heinz Roemheld.
Winner of 1994 Berlin Film Festival International Critics Award.
|Crissy Rock, Vladimir Vega, Ray Winstone, Sandie Lavelle.||Director, Ken Loach; producer, Sally Hibbin; photographer, Barry Ackroyd; editor, Jonathan Morris; music, George Fenton; screenplay, Rona Munro.||Maggie Conlon (Rock) is an unwed mother with four children by four different fathers. While she loves her children deeply, she seems unable to escape the self-destructive behavior that repeatedly brings her into conflict with the local social services department. A new love affair with Jorge (Vega), a gentle political refugee, may be her last chance to break the vicious cycle she's trapped in, and her only hope for building a better life for her family and herself.|
|90||Feature Film||Legal Eagles (VHS)||116 min.||Videocassette release of the 1986 motion picture.||Robert Redford, Debra Winger, Daryl Hannah, Brian Dennehy, Terence Stamp, Steven Hill.||Screenplay, Jim Cash, Jack Epps, Jr.; story, Ivan Reitman, Jim Cash, Jack Epps, Jr.; producer-director, Ivan Reitman; executive producers, Joe Medjuck, Michael C. Gross.||A hard-nosed assistant district attorney and an imaginative defense attorney combine their talents to defend a "performance artist" who is accused of theft and murder.|
|91||Feature Film||Legally Blonde (DVD)||95 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2001.||Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Matthew Davis, Victor Garber, Jennifer Coolidge, Holland Taylor, Ali Larter.||Screenplay by Karen McCullah Lutz & Kirsten Smith; directed by Robert Luketic; director of photograpy, Anthony B. Richmond; editors, Anita Brandt Burgoyne, Garth Craven; music Rolfe Kent; costume designer, Sophie de Rakoff Carbonell; production designer, Melissa Stewart.||When a blonde sorority queen is dumped by her boyfriend, she decides to follow him to law school to get him back and, once there, learns she has more legal savvy than she ever imagined.|
|92||Feature Film||The Letter (VHS)||96 min.||Based on the play by W. Somerset Maugham.||Bette David, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson, Frieda Inescort, Gale Sondergaard.||Directed by William Wyler; screenplay by Howard Koch; music by Max Steiner.||Set on a rubber plantation in Malaya, this story centers on a woman's reasons for killing a man who was a close family friend.|
|93||Feature Film||The Life of Emile Zola (VHS)||117 min.||Videocassette release of the 1937 motion picture, winner of the academy award for best picture.||Paul Muni, Gale Sondergaard, Joseph Schildkraut, Gloria Holden, Donald Crisp, Erin O'Brien Moore, Henry O'Neill, Morris Carnovsky, Louis Calhern.||Directed by William Dieterle; screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine, Heinz Herald and Geza Herczeg; music by Max Steiner.||Explores the career of the novelist who championed the cause of France's oppressed, notably in the Dreyfus case..|
|94||Feature Film||Madame X (DVD)||100 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1966.
Based upon the play: La femme X, by Alexandre Bisson.
|Lana Turner, John Forsythe, Ricardo Montalban, Burgess Meredith, Constance Bennett, Keir Dullea.||Screenplay by Jean Holloway; directed by David Lowell Rich; produced by Ross Hunter.||Blackmailed into leaving her politician husband and their baby, a woman, twenty years later, finds herself on trial for murder, inadvertently defended by her own son.||Issued with: Portrait in Black.|
|95||Feature Film||The Magnificent Yankee (DVD)||80 min.||Based on the play The Magnificent Yankee, by Emmet Lavery, as produced and staged by Arthur Hopkins, opening in New York on January 22, 1946, which was based on the book Mr. Justice Holmes by Francis Biddle, originally published in New York in 1942.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1950.
Also aired on NBC's Hallmark Hall of Fame program in 1965.
|Louis Calhern, Ann Harding, Eduard Franz.||Screenplay, Emmet Lavery, based on his play; director, John Sturges; producer, Armand Deutsch.||Dramatizes the life of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, from his appointment to the Supreme Court by Theodore Roosevelt, through the administrations of Taft, Wilson, and Franklin D. Roosevelt, with particular focus on the love between Holmes and his wife Fanny, and their relationships with their many "sons," Holmes' law students.|
|96||Feature Film||A Man for All Seasons (VHS & DVD)||120 min.||Videocassette release of the 1966 motion picture.
Based on the play by Robert Bolt.
|Paul Scofield, Wendy Hiller, Leo McKern, Robert Shaw, Orson Welles, Susannah York, Nigel Davenport, John Hurt, Corin Redgrave.||Screenplay by Robert Bolt; produced and directed by Fred Zinnemann; photography, Ted Moore; editor, Ralph Kemplen; music, Georges Delerue.||Historical drama about the opposition of Sir Thomas More to the divorce of King Henry VIII and the events which lead to More's execution.|
|97||Feature Film||The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (DVD)||123 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1962.
Based on the story by Dorothy M. Johnson.
|John Wayne, James Stewart, Vera Miles, Lee Marvin, Edmond O'Brien, Andy Devine, Ken Murray.||Screenplay by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck; produced by Willis Goldbeck; directed by John Ford; director of photography, William H. Clothier; editor, Otho Lovering; music, Cyril Mockridge.||The story of a man who becomes a legend and an important political figure by falsely claiming he shot a ruthless gunman (Liberty Valance).|
|98||Feature Film||Manhattan Melodrama (VHS)||91 min.||Videocassette release of the 1934 motion picture.||Clark Gable, William Powell, Myrna Loy.||Screenplay, Oliver H.P. Garrett and Joseph Mankiewicz; original story, Arthur Caesar; producer David O. Selznick; director W.S. Van Dyke.||Story about boyhood pals who end up on opposite sides of the law, and who fall for the same woman. Won Oscar for best original story. In film history, this motion picture is known for three reasons: It's the film John Dillinger saw with his Lady in Red before an FBI ambush; It's the only pairing of Gable and Powell; It's the first teaming of partners Powell and Loy.|
|99||Feature Film||Marked Woman (DVD)||97 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1937.||Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart, Lola Lane, Isabel Jewell, Eduardo Cianelli, Jane Bryan, Rosalind Marquis, Mayo Methot, Allen Jenkins, John Litel, Ben Welden, Henry O'Neill.||Director, Lloyd Bacon; music and lyrics, Harry Warren, Al Dubin.||A crusading prosecutor uses a prostitute to indict mobster Johnny Vanning. Inspired by the real-life saga of prostitutes whose testimony put Lucky Luciano behind bars.|
|100||Feature Film||The Merchant of Venice (VHS & DVD)||131 min.||A television version of Jonathan Miller's 1973 London stage production of the play by William Shakespeare.||Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Jeremy Brett, Michael Jayston.||Adapted and directed by John Sichel; executive producer, Cecil Clarke.||The play is set in the Venice of 1860. Laurence Olivier stars in Shakespeare's story of the young Venetian and the Jew who lends him money on the security of one pound of flesh. Upon default the Jew insists on payment of his bond and the young Venetian is rescued by the heroine disguised as a male lawyer.|
|101||Feature Film||Mississippi Burning (VHS)||127 min.||Videocassette release of the 1988 motion picture.||Gene Hackman, Willem Dafoe.||Producers, Frederick Zollo and Robert F. Colesberry; director, Alan Parker; writer, Chris Gerolmo.||Set in Mississippi in 1964, this is a fictionalized version of the case of the murder of three young civil rights workers, the FBI's attempts to find the missing boys and the clash between the authorities and the locals in a Klan-dominated town.|
|102||Feature Film||Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (DVD)||115 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1936.
Based on a story by Clarence Budington Kelland.
|Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur, George Bancroft, Lionel Stander, Douglass Dumbrille, Raymond Walburn.||Screen play by Robert Riskin; story by Clarence Budington Kelland; directed and produced by Frank Capra; photography, Joseph Walker; film editor, Gene Havlick; musical director, Howard Jackson.||Comedy about writer of greeting card verses who leaves his small town home for New York when he inherits $20 million dollars. In New York, "sophisticates," including relatives, lawyers, and business executives, attempt to have him declared insane in order to gain control of the fortune.|
|103||Feature Film||Murder in the First (DVD)||123 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1994.||Christian Slater, Kevin Bacon, Gary Oldman, Embeth Davidtz, Brad Dourif, William H. Macy, R. Lee Ermey.||Directed by Marc Rocco, produced by Marc Frydman and Mark Wolper, screenplay by Dan Gordon, camera by Fred Murphy, music by Christopher Young, edited by Russell Livingstone.||In this fact-based story, a convict is confined to the dungeons of Alcatraz for three years in isolation after a failed escape. When he at last emerges from the total darkness, he's confused, savage, barely human, and he immediately kills the stoolie who ratted on his escape. It's an open-and-shut case of Murder One. But his resolute attorney puts Alcatraz and its sadistic associate warden on trial in his client's behalf.||Issued with: A Perfect Murder and Murder by Numbers.|
|104||Feature Film||A Murder of Crows (DVD)||101 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1999.||Cuba Gooding, Jr., Tom Berenger, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Mark Pellegrino, Eric Stoltz.||Producers, Elie Samaha, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Ashok Amritraj; writer and director, Rowdy Herrington.||The story of one man's struggle with his responsibilities as a lawyer and with the appetite of his ego. Prominent New Orleans attorney Lawson Russell (Cuba Gooding, Jr.) puts his name on a best seller he didn't write. However, the novel he stole was a factual account of a series of murders.|
|105||Feature Film||Murder or Mercy (VHS)||78 min.||Videocassette release of the 1974 motion picture by QM Productions.||Bradford Dillman, Melvyn Douglas, Denver Pyle, Mildred Dunnock.||Executive producer, Quinn Martin; producer, Adrian Samish; director, Harvey Hart; writer, Douglas Day Stewart.||A noted doctor stands trial for the mercy killing of his terminally-ill wife.|
|106||Feature Film||Music Box (DVD)||126 min.||First released as a motion picture in 1989.||Jessica Lange, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Frederick Forrest, Lukas Haas, Donald Moffat.||Written by Joe Eszterhas; produced by Irwin Winkler; directed by Costa-Gavras; director of photography, Patrick Blossier; production designer, Jeannine Claudia Oppewell.||A Chicago attorney agrees to defend her Hungarian immigrant father against accusations of heinous war crimes committed fifty years earlier. As the trial unfolds, she probes for evidence that will not only establish his innocence but also lay to rest her own agonizing doubts about his past.|
|107||Feature Film||My Cousin Vinny (VHS & DVD)||120 min.||Video release of the 1992 motion picture.
Available in both DVD and VHS.
|Joe Pesci, Marisa Tomei, Ralph Macchio, Mitchell Whitfield.||Produced by Dale Launer and Paul Schiff; directed by Jonathan Lynn; writer, Dale Launer.||Two carefree pals mistakenly arrested and charged with murder are defended by the cousin of one of them (Vinny), a former auto mechanic of Brooklyn who just passed his bar exam after his sixth try. Vinny's never been in court and this case quickly turns into a hysterical escapade.|
|108||Feature Film||Nuts (DVD)||116 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1987.
Based on the play by Tom Topor.
|Barbra Streisand, Richard Dreyfuss.||Teri Schwartz, Cis Corman, executive producers; Tom Topor, Darryl Ponicsan, Alvin Sargent, screenplay; Barbra Streisand, producer; Martin Ritt, director.||Courtroom thriller in which the accused (Streisand) fights to prove her competency to stand trial.|
|109||Feature Film||On the Waterfront (DVD)||108 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1954.
Academy Award for Best Picture, 1954.
|Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Lee J. Cobb, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Steiger, Pat Henning.||Director, Eliz Kazan; producer, Sam Spiegel; screenplay, Budd Schulberg; music, Leonard Bernstein.||A young dockworker tries to break the hold of a waterfront boss.|
|110||Feature Film||The Onion Field (DVD & VHS)||126 min.||Videocassette release of the 1979 motion picture.
Based on the book of the same title by Joseph Wambaugh.
|John Savage, James Woods, Franklyn Seales, Ronny Cox.||Director, Harold Becker; producer, Walter Coblenz; screenplay, Joseph Wambaugh; music, Emuir Deodato.||A true story about two Los Angeles cops who are kidnapped. One of the officers is murdered in a deserted onion field between Los Angeles and Bakersfield, Calif. The reality of day-to-day police work is scrutinized and while the wheels of justice turn slowly, the surviving policeman becomes an emotional cripple, believing that he is responsible for his partner's death.|
|111||Feature Film||Other People's Money (DVD)||101 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1991.
Based on the play by Jerry Sterner.
|Danny DeVito, Gregory Peck, Penelope Ann Miller, Piper Laurie.||Music, David Newman; film editor, Lou Lombardo; production designer, Phillip Rosenberg; director of photography, Haskell Wexler; executive producers, Ellen Krass and Davina Belling; screenplay, Alvin Sargent; producers, Norman Kewison and Ric Kidney; director, Norman Jewison.||Lawrence "Larry the Liquidator" Garfield deals, connives, wheedles and cajoles as Garfield, the Wall Street buccaneer. But New England Wire and Cable's patriarch has been a fighter all his life and, to arm against a takeover, he's hired an attorney whose high style and high-stakes cunning rival Larry's.|
|112||Feature Film||The Ox Bow Incident (DVD)||75 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1943.
Based on a novel by Walter Van Tilburg Clark.
|Henry Fonda, Dana Andrews, Henry Morgan , Anthony Quinn.||Director, William A. Wellman.||A cowboy is unable to prevent three wandering travellers from being unjustly lynched for murder.|
|114||Feature Film||The Paper Chase (DVD)||111 min.||From the original 1973 motion picture.
Based on the novel by John Jay Osborn.
|Timothy Bottoms, Lindsay Wagner, John Houseman.||Produced by Robert C. Thompson and Rodrick Paul; directed by James Bridges; screenplay by James Bridges.||Making it through the first year of Harvard Law School is tough enough without making an adversary of your most important professor. That, however, is exactly what Timothy Bottoms does in this realistic and moving drama.|
|115||Feature Film||The Paradine Case (VHS & DVD)||114 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1948.
From a novel by Robert Hichens.
|Gregory Peck, Ann Todd, Charles Laughton, Charles Coburn, Ethel Barrymore, Louis Jourdan, Valli.||Director, Alfred Hitchcock; producer, David O. Selznick; adaptation, Alma Reville; photography, Lee Garmes.||In a suspenseful courtroom drama, a beautiful woman is accused of having murdered her husband.|
|116||Feature Film||Paris Trout (DVD & VHS)||98 min.||Video release of the 1991 motion picture.
Based on the novel by Pete Dexter.
|Dennis Hopper, Barbara Hershey, Ed Harris.||Directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal; produced by Frank Konigsberg and Larry Sanitsky; screenplay by Pete Dexter; executive producer, Diana Kerew.||Storekeeper (Paris Trout) in a quiet Southern town takes the law into his own hands and ends up murdering a 12-year-old black girl. His attorney is torn between duty to his arrogant, prejudiced client and his increasing attraction to Trout's abused wife.|
|117||Feature Film||A Passage to India (VHS)||163 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1984.
Based on the novel by E.M. Forster.
|Peggy Ashcroft, Judy Davis, James Fox, Alec Guinness, Nigel Havers, Victor Banerjee.||Director, David Lean; producers, John Brabourne, Richard Goodwin; screenplay, David Lean; music, Maurice Jarre.||While on a trip in 1928 to visit her son, Mrs. Moore, accompanied by her son's fiancee, becomes appalled at the treatment of the Indians by the ruling British government. Later, they befriend a native Indian who, over-stepping the accepted norms of his culture, invites the two ladies on an excursion. In a strange turn of events, he is accused of attempting to rape the young girl.|
|118||Feature Film||The Pelican Brief (VHS & DVD)||141 min.||Videocassette release of the 1993 motion picture.
Based on the book by John Grisham.
|Julia Roberts, Denzel Washington.||Screenplay, Alan J. Pakula; producers, Alan J. Pakula, Pieter Jan Brugge; director, Alan J. Pakula.||Two Supreme Court justices have been assassinated, and a young law student stumbles upon the truth. An investigative journalist wants her story, but it seems as if everybody else wants her dead.|
|119||Feature Film||Philadelphia (VHS & DVD)||125 min.||Videocassette release of the 1993 motion picture.||Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, Jason Robards, Mary Steenburgen.||Executive producers, Gary Goetzman, Kenneth Ott and Ron Bozman; director, Jonathan Demme; writer, Ron Nyswaner.||Powerful story of two lawyers who join together to sue a prestigious Philadelphia law firm when the firm fires one of them because he has AIDS.|
|120||Feature Film||Physical Evidence (DVD)||99 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1988.||Burt Reynolds, Theresa Russell, Ned Beatty.||Executive producer, Don Carmody; screenplay by Bill Phillips; story by Steve Ransohoff and Bill Phillips; produced by Martin Ransohoff; directed by Michael Crichton; director of photography, John A. Alonzo; music by Henry Mancini.||A suspended Boston cop, charged with first degree murder, is forced to depend upon a court-appointed attorney, an ambitious, cool and sophisticated woman, who represents everything he hates.|
|121||Feature Film||A Place in the Sun (DVD)||120 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1951.
Based on the novel An American tragedy by Theodore Dreiser and the Patrick Kearney play adapted from the novel.
Academy Awards, Oscar, 1952: Best Cinematography, Black-and-White, Best Costume Design, Black-and-White, Best Director, Best Film Editing, Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture, Best Writing, Screenplay.
|Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Shelly Winters, Keefe Brasselle.||Screenplay by Michael Wilson and Harry Brown; produced and directed by George Stevens; director of photography, William C. Mellor; editor, William Hornbeck; music, Franz Waxman.||A poor young man is determined to win a place in respectable society and the heart of a beautiful socialite, but a factory girl's dark secret threatens his professional and romantic prospects. Consumed with fear and desire, he is ultimately driven to a desperate act of passion that unravels his world forever.|
|122||Feature Film||Planet of the Apes (DVD)||112 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1968.
Based on the novel by Pierre Boulle.
Academy Awards, 1968: Honorary Award (To John Chambers for his Outstanding Makeup Achievement).
|Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, Maurice Evans, Kim Hunter, James Whitmore.||Produced by Arthur P. Jacobs; directed by Franklin Schaffner; screenplay by Michael Wilson and Rod Serling; music by Jerry Goldsmith.||Four American astronauts crashland on an unchartered planet and discover it is ruled by a race of intelligent apes.|
|123||Feature Film||Presumed Innocent (VHS & DVD)||127 min.||Videocassette release of the 1990 motion picture.
Based on the novel by Scott Turow.
|Harrison Ford, Brian Dennehy, Raul Julia, Bonnie Bedelia, Paul Winfield, Greta Scacchi.||Film editor Evan Lottman; production designer George Jenkins; director of photography Gordon Willis; music by John Williams; screenplay by Frank Pierson and Alan J. Pakula; executive producer Susan Solt; produced by Sydney Pollack and Mark Rosenberg; directed by Alan J. Pakula.||Rusty Sabich is an up-and-comer in the county prosecutor's office. He's intelligent, hard working, dependable. And, just maybe, he's also a murderer.|
|124||Feature Film||Primal Fear (DVD)||130 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1996.||Richard Gere, Laura Linney, John Mahoney.||Directed by Gregory Hoblit; produced by Gary Lucchesi.||A high-powered Chicago attorney defends a penniless altar boy accused of murdering the local archibishop.|
|125||Feature Film||Pudd'nhead Wilson (VHS)||87 min.||Videocassette release of the 1983 motion picture by The Great Amwell Company, Inc. and Nebraskans for Public Television.
Based on the novel by Mark Twain.
|Ken Howard, Lise Hilboldt.||Executive producer, William Perry; director, Alan Bridges; producer, Jane Iredale.||Mark Twain uses his insight and wit to explore the issues of slavery, mother/son relationships, justice, and the many shapes of human folly. A mulatto slave switches her disconcertingly white baby with her master's son to protect it in a time of strong racial prejudice.|
|126||Feature Film||QB VII (DVD)||5 hrs., 13 min.||Originally broadcast as a television mini-series in 1974.
Based on the novel of the same title by Leon M. Uris.
|Ben Gazzara, Lee Remick, Anthony Hopkins, Jack Hawkins, Leslie Caron, Juliet Mills, John Gielgud, Anthony Quayle, Edith Evans, Anthony Andrews.||Producer, Douglas S. Cramer; director, Tom Gries; written for television by Edward Anhalt.||The story of a novelist who is sued by a doctor for libel because the author's best-seller accuses the doctor of being a Nazi collaborator who conducted experiments on Jews in a concentration camp during World War II. The story covers a 27-year period in the lives of these men and concludes with the dramatic trial in Queens Bench No. VII (QB VII).|
|127||Feature Film||Rage at Dawn (DVD)||84 min.||Originally releaseed as a motion picture in 1955.||Randolph Scott, Forrest Tucker, Mala Powers, J. Carrol Naish.||Screenplay, Horace McCoy; story, Frank Gruber; producer, Nat Holt; director, Tim Whelan; photographer, Ray Rennahan; music, Paul Sawtell.||Based on the real life escapades of the infamous Reno Brothers gang, this double-barreled western adventure stars Randolph Scott as the tough, two-fisted Chicago special agent assigned to bring the outlaws to justice.|
|128||Feature Film||Rage of Angels (VHS)||2 videocassettes. (Approx. 3 hr. 7 min.)||Videocassette release of the 1983 motion picture.
Based on the novel by Sidney Sheldon.
|Jaclyn Smith, Ken Howard, Armand Assante.||Writer, Robert L. Joseph; producers, John Furia Jr., Barry Oringer; executive producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Buzz Kulik.||Jennifer Parker, a trial attorney, is trapped in a scandalous love triangle. First, there's the man of her dreams she can't have, Adam Warner--a politically ambitious and married attorney who is the father of her son. Then, there's the man of her desires she won't have, Michael Moretti, a seductive but malicious underworld attorney.|
|129||Feature Film||The Rainmaker (1997 : DVD)||137 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1997.
Based on the novel by John Grisham.
|Matt Damon, John Voight, Mickey Rourke, Danny DeVito, Mary Kay Place.||Screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola; produced by Michael Douglas, Steven Reuther and Fred Fuchs; directed by Francis Ford Coppola; director of photography, John Fall; editor, Barry Malkin; music, Elmer Bernstein.||A rookie lawyer in over his head on a high-profile case hires a feisty paralawyer who specializes in flunking the bar. Their chances of winning are slim to none, until they uncover a trail of corruption.|
|130||Feature Film||Rainmaker (1956 : VHS)||121 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1956.
Based on the Broadway stage play by N. Richard Nash.
|Burt Lancaster, Katharine Hepburn, Wendell Corey, Lloyd Bridges, Earl Holliman, Cameron Prudhomme.||Producer, Hal Wallis; director, Joseph Anthony; screenplay, N. Richard Nash; music, Alex North.||Under the spell of a wandering charlatan named Starbuck, a lonely ranch girl blosssoms into full womanhood.|
|131||Feature Film||Rashomon (DVD)||83 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1950.
Based on the novel In the Forest by Ryunosuke Akutagawa.
In Japanese with English subtitles.
|Toshiro Mifune, Masayuki Mori, Machiko Kyo, Takashi Shimura.||Producer, Jingo Minora; director, Akira Kurosawa; screenplay, Shinobu Hashimoto and Akira Kurosawa; cinematography, Kazuo Miyagawa; music, Takashi Matsuyama.||Four people involved in the murder of a gentleman in feudal Japan and the seduction of his wife report differing views of what actually happened.|
|132||Feature Film||Rear Window (DVD)||113 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1954.
Based on a short story by Cornell Woolrich.
|James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter, Raymond Burr.||Producer-director, Alfred Hitchcock; screenplay, John Michael Hayes.||As a photographer with a broken leg, Stewart takes up the fine art of spying on his Greenwich Village neighbors during a summer heat wave. But things really begin to get hot for Stewart, Kelly and the unassuming audience when he suspects neighbor Raymond Burr of murdering his invalid wife and burying the body in a flower garden.|
|133||Feature Film||Regarding Henry (DVD)||107 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1991.||Harrison Ford, Annette Bening.||Director, Mike Nichols; Producers, Scott Rudin, Mike Nichols; writer, Jeffrey Abrams; music, Hans Zimmer.||A New York lawyer's fast-track rise is brought to a dead stop when a single gunshot leaves him with no memory of his previous lifestyle. Faced with starting over, he must learn the hard truth about a total stranger ... himself.|
|134||Feature Film||The Return of Martin Guerre (DVD)||123 min.||Originally produced as motion picture in 1982.
In French, with English subtitles.
|Gerard Depardieu, Nathalie Baye, Maurice Barrier, Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu, Isabelle Sadoyan.||Written by Jean-Claude Carriere and Daniel Vigne; director, Paul Maigret; photography, Andre Neau; editor, Denise de Casablanca; music, Michel Portal; historical advisor, Natalie Zemon Davis.||The plot revolves around the unraveling of the identity of a 16th century peasant who disappeared as a young husband, and the man who returns to resume his marriage nine years later.|
|135||Feature Film||Reversal of Fortune (DVD)||112 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1990.
Based on the book of the same title by Alan M. Dershowitz.
|Glen Close, Jeremy Irons, Ron Silver.||Ccreenplay, Nicholas Kazan; producers, Edward R. Pressman and Oliver Stone; director, Barbet Schroeder; music, Mark Isham; editor, Lee Percy; production design, Mel Bourne; director of photography, Luciano Tovoli; co-producers, Elon Dershowitz and Nicholas Kazan; executive producer, Michael Rauch.||Did European aristocrat Claus von Bulow attempt to murder his wife Sunny at their luxurious Newport mansion in 1980? Jeremy Irons plays von Bulow in an Academy Award winning performance of icy brittleness that also won a Golden Globe and Los Angeles and National Society of Film Critics Best Actor Awards. Glen Close is wanly elegant as heiress Sunny. And Ron Silver portrays Harvard law professor Dershowitz, retained by von Bulow to uncover the evidence that will demolish the prosecution's case - and reverse a devastating verdict.|
|136||Feature Film||Ricochet (VHS)||104 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1991.||Denzel Washington, John Lithgow, Ice T, Kevin Pollak.||Director, Russell Mulcahy; producers, Joel Silver and Michael Levy; screenplay, Steven de Souza; story, Fred Dekker and Menno Meyjes; executive producer, Barry Josephson; co-producers, James Herbert and Suzanne Todd; director of photography, Peter Levy; editor, Peter Honess; costume designer, Marilyn Vance Straker; music, Alan Silvestri.||Rookie cop Nick Styles' arrest of a ruthless psychotic killer, Blake, makes him a deadly enemy. Blake escapes from jail, faking his own death, and starts an intricate plan of revenge involving intimidation, public humiliation and murder. Nick is forced to return to the tough streets of his childhood and call on his old friend Odessa, a hustler and drug dealer, for help. Together they set a trap that pits Nick against the killer in a confrontation that will leave only one man alive and victorious.|
|137||Feature Film||Rules of Engagement (DVD)||127 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2000.||Tommy Lee Jones, Samuel L. Jackson, Guy Pearce, Bruce Greenwood, Blair Underwood, Philip Baker Hall, Annie Archer, Ben Kingsley||produced by Richard D. Zanuck, Scott Rudin; directed by William Friedkin; screenplay by Stephen Gaghan; directors of photography, William A. Fraker, Nicola Pecorini; edited by Augie Hess; music by Mark Isham; story by James Webb.||Colonel Terry Childers is a patriot and war hero. But when a peacekeeping mission he leads in Yemen goes terribly worng, he finds himself facing a court martial. Accused of breaking the rules of engagement by killing unarmed civilians, Childers, only hope of vindication rests with comrade-in-arms Hays Hodges a military lawyer of questionable abilities. Together, they face the battle of their lives.|
|138||Feature Film||Rumpole of the Bailey (10 videocassettes)||104 min. each||Videocassette release of Thames TV programs originally broadcast 1983-1988.
Based on John Mortimer's books.
|Leo McKern as Rumpole.||Written by John Mortimer; produced by Irene Shubik and Jacqueline Davis; directed by Robert Knights.||20 episodes of the Thames Television program Rumpole of the Bailey, originally broadcast 1983-1988.||1. Rumpole and the genuine article; Rumpole and the old boy network.
2. Rumpole and the sporting life; Rumpole and the blind tasting.
3. Rumpole's last case; Rumpole and the judges elbow.
4. Rumpole and the old, old story; Rumpole and Portia.
5. Rumpole and the female of the species; Rumpole and the official secret.
6. Rumpole and the golden thread; Rumpole and the last resort.
7. Rumpole and the bubble reputation; Rumpole and the age of miracles.
8. Rumpole and the tap end; Rumpole and the quality of life.
9. Rumpole a la carte; Rumpole and the summer of discontent.
10. Rumpole at sea; Rumpole and the right to silence.
|139||Feature Film||Separate But Equal (VHS)||2 videocassettes (193 min.)||Videocassette release of the 1991 motion picture.||Sidney Poitier, Burt Lancaster, Richard Kiley.||Executive producers, George Stevens, Jr., Stan Margulies; writer and director, George Stevens, Jr.||The year is 1950 and America is divided between black and white. Schools, restaurants, trains, buses, even drinking fountains cannot be shared by both races. White and Negro facilities are separate and unequal and the tension has reached a breaking point for the blacks of Clarendon County, South Carolina. When their request for a single school bus is denied by white school officials, a bitter, violent and courageous battle for justice and equality begins, putting black against white and friend against neighbor all across the country.|
|140||Feature Film||Seven Hours to Judgment (DVD)||90 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1988.||Beau Bridges, Ron Leibman, Julianne Phillips.||Executive producers, Paul Mason and Helen Sarlui-Tucker; director, Beau Bridges; screen play, Walter Davis and Elliot Stephens; music, John Debney; editor, Bill Butler.||A judge rules that three gang members who murdered a woman must be freed on a technicality. Her husband sets out to seek his own revenge.|
|141||Feature Film||The Shawshank Redemption (DVD)||142 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1994.
Based on the short novel "Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption" by Stephen King.
|Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, Bob Gunton, William Sadler, Clancy Brown, Gil Bellows, James Whitmore.||Music, Thomas Newman; production designer, Terence Marsh; editor, Richard Francis-Bruce; director of photography, Roger Deakins; executive producers, Liz Glotzer, David Lester; screenplay, Frank Darabont; producer, Niki Marvin; director, Frank Darabont.||Two convicts, one white and one black, never give up the dream of freedom, and together they turn hope and friendship into an uplifting bond no prison can ever take away.|
|142||Feature Film||Shining Through (DVD)||2 hrs. 12 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1992.
Based on the novel by Susan Isaacs.
|Michael Douglas, Melanie Griffith, Liam Neeson, Joely Richardson, John Gielgud.||Music, Michael Kamen; editor, Craig McKay; production designer, Anthony Pratt; director of photography, Jan De Bont; executive producers, Sandy Gallin and David Seltzer; co-producer, Nigel Wooll; producers, Howard Rosenman and Carol Baum; writer/director, David Seltzer.||During World War II a secretary from Queens convinces her boss, a Colonel in American intelligence, to let her go undercover behind enemy lines in Germany.|
|143||Feature Film||Simple Justice (VHS)||133 min.||A segment of the TV program "American Experience" broadcast Jan. 18, 1993.
Based on the book: Simple justice, by Richard Kluger.
|Peter Francis James (Thurgood Marshall), James Avery (Charles Houston), Andre Braugher, Scott Wentworth, Scott Whitehurst, William Allen Young, Sam Gray (Felix Frankfurter); narrator, Graham Brown.||Executive producer, Avon Kirkland; producer, Yanna Kroyt Brandt; teleplay, John McGreevey; story, John McGreevey and Avon Kirkland & Peter Cook; director, Helaine Head.||Recounts the remarkable legal strategy and social struggle that resulted in the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka.|
|144||Feature Film||The Singing Detective (VHS)||6 videocassettes (ca. 7 hours)||Originally broadcast by the BBC in 1986.
Based on the novel by Dennis Potter.
|Michael Gambon, Patrick Malahide, Joanne Whalley.||Written by Dennis Potter; produced by John Harris; directed by Jon Amiel..||The hallucinations of a mystery writer stricken with a crippling skin disorder interweave memories of his past with a plot casting him in the role of a suave sleuth who croons with a big band.||1. Skin
3. Lovely days
5. Pitter patter
6. Who done it.
|145||Feature Film||Sleepers (DVD)||2 hrs. 28 min.||Originally produced as motion picture in 1996.
Based upon the book by Lorenzo Carcaterra.
|Kevin Bacon, Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Jason Patric, Brad Pitt.||Director of photography, Michael Ballhaus; editor, Stu Linder; music, John Williams.||Sentenced to the Wilkinson School for boys, four pals are mistreated at will by a cadre of sadistic guards. 15 years later, they have an unexpected opportunity for revenge.|
|146||Feature Film||Sling Blade (DVD)||2 hrs. 28 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1996.||Billy Bob Thornton, Dwight Yoakam, J.T. Walsh, John Ritter, Lucas Black, Natalie Canerday, Robert Duvall.||Director of photography, Barry Markowitz; editor, Hughes Winborne; original music, Daniel Lanois.||25 years after committing an unthinkable crime, a quite man named Karl is finally returning home. Once there he is befriended by a fatherless boy and his mother. As a strong relationship develops between Karl and the boy, a confrontation builds with the mother's abusive and sometimes violent boyfriend.|
|147||Feature Film||Snow Falling on Cedars (VHS & DVD)||128 min.||Originally released as motion picture in 1999.
Based on the novel by David Guterson.
|Ethan Hawke, James Cromwell, Richard Jenkins, Youki Kudoh, James Rebhorn, Sam Shepard, Rick Yune, Max von Sydow.||Produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall; produced by Harry J. Ufland and Ron Bass; screenplay by Ron Bass and Scott Hicks; directed by Scott Hicks; director of photography, Robert Richardson; editor, Hank Corwin; music, James Newton Howard.||A murder trial has upset the quiet community of San Piedro, and now this tranquil village has become the center of controversy. For a local reporter the trial strikes a deep emotional chord when he finds his ex-lover is linked to the case.|
|148||Feature Film||A Soldier's Story (DVD)||1 hr. 37 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1984.
Based on the play A Soldier's Play by Charles Fuller.
|Howard E. Rollins, Jr., Adolph Caesar.||Executive producer, Charles Schultz; producers, Norman Jewison, Ronald L. Schwary, Patrick Palmer; director, Norman Jewison; screenplay, Charles Fuller; music, Herbie Hancock.||A black army attorney is sent to Fort Neal near the end of WW II to investigate the murder of Sgt. Waters, a black man who despised his own roots.|
|149||Feature Film||Sommersby (DVD)||1 hr. 53 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1993.
Based on the film The Return of Martin Guerre written by Daniel Vigne and Jean-Claude Carriere.
|Richard Gere, Jodie Foster, Bill Pullman, James Earl Jones.||Director, Jon Amiel; producers, Arnon Milchan, Steven Reuther; co-producer, Mary McLaglen; executive producers, Richard Gere, Maggie Wilde; screenplay, Nicholas Meyer, Sarah Kernochan; story, Nicholas Meyer, Anthony Shaffer; music, Danny Elfman.||A Civil War veteran returns to his hometown a changed man, leading his wife and others who knew him to doubt his identity.|
|150||Feature Film||The Star Chamber (DVD)||1 hr. 48 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1983.||Michael Douglas, Hal Holbrook, Yaphet Kotto, Sharon Gless.||Story, Roderick Taylor; screenplay, Roderick Taylor, Peter Hyams; producer, Frank Yablans; director, Peter Hyams; music, Michael Small.||Vicious criminals and sadistic killers are running rampant, fearlessly preying on whomever they choose with no fear of punishment. They know that if they're caught slick lawyers will get them off scot free by using obscure loopholes to put them back on the street again. A small group of powerful men decide to meet behind closed doors in the utmost secrecy and decree their own punishment for the guilty.|
|151||Feature Film||State's Attorney (DVD)||1 hr. 19 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1932.||John Barrymore, Helen Twelvetrees, Jill Esmond, William Boyd, Mary Duncan.||Executive producer, David O. Selznick; screenplay and dialogue, Gene Fowler and Rowland Brown; director, George Archainbaud.||A brilliant young lawyer with underworld connections puts his life and career on the line when he is appointed District Attorney in this courtroom drama.|
|152||Feature Film||Suspect (DVD)||101 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1987.||Cher, Dennis Quaid, Liam Neeson, John Mahoney, Joe Mantegna, Philip Bosco.||Peter Yates, director; John Veitch, executive producer; Daniel A. Sherkow, producer; Eric Roth, screenplay; Michael Kamen, music.||Kathleen Riley (Cher) is an overworked Washington, D.C. public defender who needs a vacation. Instead, she is assigned another case. Lobbyist Eddie Sanger (Dennis Quaid) gets saddled with jury duty just when a critical bill is coming up for vote. While on jury duty, Eddie discovers evidence critical to Kathleen's case and contacts her outside the courtroom--a violation of the law. Cher and Dennis Quaid take the law into their own hands in this daring suspense thriller where everything is revealed in court--except the truth.|
|153||Feature Film||The Sweet Hereafter (DVD)||ca. 2 hrs.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1997.
Based on a novel by Russell Banks.
|Ian Holm, Maury Chaykin, Peter Donaldson, Bruce Greenwood, David Hemblen, Brooke Johnson, Arsinee Khanjian, Tom McCamus, Stephanie Morgenstern, Earl Pastko, Sarah Polley, Gabrielle Rose, Alberta Watson.||Screenplay by Atom Egoyan; produced by Camelia Frieberg and Atom Egoyan; directed by Atom Egoyan; music, Mychael Danna; editor, Susan Shipton; executive producers, Robert Lantos, Andras Hamori.||Following a tragic schoolbus accident, high-profile lawyer Mitchell Stephens descends upon a small town. With promises of retribution and a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of the grieving community, Stephens begins his investigation into the details of the crash. But beneath the town's calm, he uncovers a tangled web of lies, deceit and forbidden desires that mirrors his own troubled personal life. Gradually, we learn that Stephens has his own agenda, and that everyone has secrets to keep.|
|154||Feature Film||A Tale of Two Cities (DVD)||2 hrs. 36 min.||Originally broadcast as a made-for-TV movie in 1980.
Based on the novel by Charles Dickens.
|Chris Sarandon, Peter Cushing, Kenneth More, Barry Morse, Flora Robson, Billie Whitelaw, Alice Krige.||Director, Jim Goddard; producer, Norman Rosemont; teleplay, John Gay; photography, Tony Imi; production design, John Stoll; editor, Bill Blunden; music, Allyn Ferguson.||Indifferent to the plight of France's downtrodden and pained by unrequited love for Lucie Darnay, London barrister Sydney Carton finds meaning through an act of ultimate sacrifice.|
|155||Feature Film||The Talk of the Town (DVD)||ca. 2 hrs.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1942.
Based on a story by Sidney Harmon.
|Ronald Coleman, Cary Grant, Jean Arthur.||Director-producer, George Stevens ; screenplay, Irwin Shaw, Sidney Buchman.||A suspected murderer hides out with an unsuspect professor and his landlady, and tries to convince the legal-minded professor there is a human side to all laws. To further complicate things, a young woman loves both the suspected murderer and the lawyer who defends him.|
|157||Feature Film||They Won't Believe Me (VHS)||80 min.||Videocassette release of the 1946 motion picture.||Robert Young, Susan Hayward, Jane Greer.||Producer, Joan Harrison; screenplay, Jonathan Latimer; director, Irving Pichel.||Man plots to kill his wife, but finds she has committed suicide. Then he's charged with murder.|
|158||Feature Film||A Time To Kill (VHS & DVD)||150 min.||Videocassette release of the 1996 motion picture.||Sandra Bullock, Samuel L. Jackson, Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Spacey, Brenda Fricker, Oliver Platt, Charles S. Dutton, Ashley Judd, Patrick McGoohan, Donald Sutherland.||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.||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.|
|159||Feature Film||To Kill a Mockingbird (VHS & DVD)||131 min.||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.
|Gregory Peck, Brock Peters, Robert Duvall, Mary Badham, Philip Alford, Collin Wilcox, John Megna, Ruth White, Paul Fix, Frank Overton, Rosemary Murphy.||Music, Elmer Bernstein; film editor, Aaron Stell.; producer, Alan Pakula; screenplay, Horton Foote; director, Robert Mulligan.||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.|
|160||Feature Film||Tomorrow (VHS)||102 min.||Videocassette release of the 1971 motion picture.
Based on the William Faulkner story of the same title.
|Robert Duvall, Olga Bellin.||Screenplay, Horton Foote; producers, Gilbert Pearlman and Paul Roebling; director, by Joseph Anthony.||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.|
|161||Feature Film||Touch of Evil (DVD)||1 hr. 51 mins.||Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1958.
Based on the novel Badge of Evil by Whit Masterson.
|Charlton Heston, Janet Leigh, Orson Welles, Marlene Dietrich, Joseph Calleia, Ray Collins, Akim Tamiroff, Zsa Zsa Gabor.||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.||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.|
|162||Feature Film||Touching Evil (DVD)||13 hrs.||Originally broadcast as episodes of the television series from 1997-1999.||Robson Green, Nicola Walker, Michael Feast, Adam Kotz, Shaun Dingwall; host, Russell Baker.||Series devised by Paul Abbott; produced by Jane Featherstone and Philip Leach; directed by Julian Jarrold and Marc Munden.||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.||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.
|163||Feature Film||The Trial (DVD)||2 hrs.||First released as a motion picture in 1963.
Based on the novel Le Prozess, by Franz Kafka.
|Anthony Perkins, Jeanne Moreau, Romy Schneider, Elsa Martinelli, Orson Welles.||Directed and written by Orson Welles.||A symbolistic study of the tyranny of modern social systems. Portrays the experiences of a young man who is mysteriously arrested by agents of the police for an unspecific crime and is prepared for questioning and trial.|
|164||Feature Film||Trial and Error (DVD)||1 hr. 18 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1962.
From the play The Dock Briefby John Mortimer.
|Peter Sellers, Richard Attenborough, Beryl Reid, David Lodge.||Screenplay by Pierre Rouve, produced by Dimitri De Grunwald, directed by James Hil, music by Ron Grainger.||An aging lawyer finally gets his big chance when he is retained to defend a man accused of murdering his wife.|
|165||Feature Film||Trial by Jury (DVD)||1 hr. 47 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1994.||Joanne Whalley-Kilmer, Armand Assante, Gabriel Bryne, William Hurt.||Director, Heywood Gould; executive producer, Gary Barber; producers, James G. Robinson, Chris Meledrandri, and Mark Gordon; writers, Jordan Katz and Heywood Gould; director of photography, Frederick Elmes; music, Terence Blanchard.||He's guilty of murder. But something goes wrong in the jury room. Eleven jurors vote guilty. One woman, her life and family threatened by the mob, votes to let the killer walk. To set things right, that woman will have to fight back with a vengeance.|
|166||Feature Film||The Trial of Bernhard Goetz (DVD)||2 hrs. 15 min.||Produced by Litchfield Films, Los Angeles, 1988.||Peter Crombie, Richard Libertini, Andrew Robinson, Dann Florek.||Directed by Harry Moses; produced by James B. Frydberg and Harry Moses.||Goetz shot four black teenagers in a New York City subway because he thought they were about to rob him. This restaging of his 1987 trial includes the videotape of Goetz's New Hampshire confession.|
|167||Feature Film||True Believer (DVD)||1 hr 44 min.||Originally released as motion picture in 1989.||James Woods, Robert Downey, Jr., Margaret Colin, Kurtwood Smith.||Written by Wesley Strick; produced by Walter F. Parkes and Lawrence Lasker; directed by Joseph Ruben; edited by George Bowers; music by Brad Fiedel; co-producr, Patrick Crowley; executive producer, Peter Rosten.||A once acclaimed civil rights attorney of the 60's, now an embittered cynic who makes a living defending drug-dealing low-lifes, has his passion for justice rekindled by an idealistic young associate.|
|168||Feature Film||True Colors (DVD)||1 hr. 50 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1991.||John Cusack, James Spader, Imogen Stubbs, Mandy Patinkin, Richard Widmark.||Produced by Herbert Ross and Laurence Mark; directed by Herbert Ross; writen by Kevin Wade; director of photography, Dante Spinotti; edited by Robert Reitano; music by Trevor Jones.||Two young men who are best friends through law school move on to Washington. The first, a lower-class go-getter, becomes a congressman by betraying everyone who ever trusted him. His one-time buddy, although one of those used by him, would never cross a friend- unless it was to avenge his own betrayal.|
|169||Feature Film||Twelve Angry Men (VHS & DVD)||97 min.||Video release of the 1957 motion picture.
DVD accompanied by CD containing classic music of the decade.
|Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Ed Begley, E. G. Marshall, Jack Warden, Martin Balsam, John Fiedler, Jack Klugman, Edward Binns, Joseph Sweeney, George Voskovec, Robert Webber.||Director of photography, Boris Kaufman; film editor, Carl Lerner; music, Kenyon Hopkins; story and screenplay by Reginald Rose; produced by Henry Fonda and Reginald Rose; directed by Sidney Lumet.||Classic courtroom drama about a teenage boy accused of killing his father and the jury that must decide his fate.|
|171||Feature Film||The Usual Suspects (DVD)||1 hr. 46 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1995.||Stephen Baldwin, Gabriel Byrne, Chazz Palminteri, Kevin Pollak, Pete Postlethwaite, Kevin Spacey.||Director of photography, Newton Thomas Sigel; editor, John Ottman; music, John Ottman; executive producers, Robert Jones, Hans Brockmann, Fracois Duplat, & Art Horan; co-producer, Kenneth Kokin.||When twenty-nine dead bodies are found floating in Long Beach Harbor, a U.S. Customs agent investigates.|
|172||Feature Film||Vendetta (DVD)||ca. 20 hrs.||Based on a true story and on the book by Richard Gambino.
Originally released as a TV movie in 1999.
|Christopher Walken, Clancy Brown, Bruce Davison, Joaquim de Almeida, Edward Herrmann, Kenneth Welsh.||Produced by Tony Mark and Sue Jett; screenplay by Timothy Prager; directed by Nicholas Meyer; director of photography, David Franco; edited by Ronald Roose; music by John Altman; production designer, David Chapman.||Seeking to wrest control of the docks, cotton dealer James Houston and a ruthless cabal of businessmen orchestrate the murder of one of their own. Nineteen men are arrested for the murder, with some of their lives in the hands of an angry mob, marching towards the prison gates, enraged, embittered and armed.|
|173||Feature Film||The Verdict (DVD)||2 hrs. 8 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1982.
Based on the novel by Barry Reed.
|Paul Newman, Charlotte Rampling, Jack Warden, James Mason, Milo O'Shea.||Executive producer, Burtt Harris; screenplay, David Mamet; producers, Richard D. Zanuck, David Brown; director, Sidney Lumet; music, Johnny Mandel.||An alcoholic lawyer stumbles upon one last chance to redeem himself by taking on a controversial court case that no one is supposed to win.|
|174||Feature Film||A Voyage Round my Father (DVD)||1 hr. 20 min.||Originally broadcast on television in 1982.||Laurence Olivier, Alan Bates, Jane Asher, Elizabeth Sellars.||Written by John Mortimer; produced and directed by Alvin Rakoff.||Though struck blind in middle age, Clifford Mortimer insists that life continue as if nothing has changed. This successful lawyer and absolute eccentric wages verbal battles in the courtroom, tends his spectacular garden, and sees the world through the eyes of his family.|
|175||Feature Film||The War of the Roses (DVD)||1 hr. 56 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1989.
Based on the novel by Warren Adler.
|Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, Danny DeVito.||Executive producers, Polly Platt and Doug Claybourne; co-producer, Michael Leeson; screenplay by Michael Leeson; produced by James L. Brooks and Arnon Milchan; directed by Danny DeVito.||Deliriously mean-spirited free-for-all about the demise of a marriage.|
|176||Feature Film||Web of Deceit (VHS)||93 min.||Videocassette release of the 1990 motion picture.||Linda Purl, James Read, Paul de Souza, Larry Black, Len Birman, Barbara Rush.||Written and directed by Sandor Stern; music by J.A.C. Redford; director of photography, Chuck Arnold.||Defense Attorney Lauren Hale has rekindled an old flame with the D.A. opposing her in a murder trial. To Lauren, the romance is strictly a matter of the heart. But it could become a matter of life or death.|
|177||Feature Film||Wildthings (DVD)||108 min.||Videocassette release of the 1997 motion picture.||Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillon, Neve Campbell, Denise Richards, Bill Murray.||Producers, Rodney Liber, Steven A. Jones; writer, Stephen Peters; director, John McNaughton.||A thriller about two high school students, the guidance counselor they accuse of rape, and the detective who knows there's more to the story.|
|178||Feature Film||The Winslow Boy (1999 : DVD)||1 hr. 45 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1999.
Based on the play by Terence Rattigan.
|Nigel Hawthorne, Jeremy Northam, Gemma Jones, Rebecca Pidgeon, Guy Edwards.||Produced by Sarah Green; screenplay by David Mamet; directed by David Mamet; director of photography, Benoit Delhomme; editor, Barbara Tulliver; music, Alaric Jans.||The story follows the lives of the Winslows, a banker's family living in turn-of-the-century London, as they fight to prove the innocence of their youngest son accused of theft.|
|179||Feature Film||The Winslow Boy (1948 : VHS)||114 min.||Based on the play by Terence Rattigan.
Videocassette release of the 1948 motion picture.
|Robert Donat, Margaret Leighton, Cedric Hardwicke, Basil Radford, Kathleen Harrison, Francis L. Sullivan, Wilfrid Hyde White, Stanley Holloway, Cyril Ritchard.||Directed by Anthony Asquith.||In pre-World War I England, a thirteen-year-old naval cadet is wrongly expelled from school for stealing a postal order, and his father takes the case all the way to Parliament. Based on a true story.|
|180||Feature Film||Witness (1985 : DVD)||1 hr. 52 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1985.||Harrison Ford, Kelly McGillis, Josef Sommer, Lukas Haas, Jan Rubes, Alexander Godunov.||Screenplay by Earl W. Wallace & William Kelley; story by William Kelley and Pamela Wallace & Earl W. Wallace; produced by Edward S. Feldman; directed by Peter Weir; Director of photography, John Seale; editor, Thom Noble; music, Maurice Jarre.||When a young Amish woman and her son get caught up in the murder of an undercover narcotics agent, their savior turns out to be hardened Philadelphia detective John Book, who runs head-on into the non-violent world of a Pennsylvania Amish community.|
|181||Feature Film||The Witness (1953 : VHS)||30 min.||Videocassette release of the 1953 television drama.||Charles Bronson, Dick Powell, Marion Carr, Strother Martin.||Producers, Dick Powell and Don W. Sharpe; dirctor, Robert Aldrich; story, screenplay, Seeleg Lester and Mervin Gerard.||Accused of killing a bank guard and stealing $150,000, Frank Dana's only hope of avoiding death row relies on the testimony of a beautiful mystery woman. Wearing the judge's patience thin with his continued delays, lawyer Mike Donnegan's search for the key witness ends when she seeks him out and gives a surprising testimony.|
|182||Feature Film||Witness for the Prosecution (DVD)||2 hrs.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1957.
From the story and stage play by Agatha Christie.
|Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich, Charles Laughton, Elsa Lanchester, John Williams.||Producer, Arthur Hornblow; director, Billy Wilder; screenplay, Billy Wilder, Harry Kurnitz; adapter, Larry Marcus; music, Ralph Arthur Roberts.||A gruff British lawyer returns from a long convalescence to take on a homicide case--a man accused of murdering his wealthy woman friend in order to secure his inheritance. The defendant's mysterious wife stuns the courtroom by giving damaging testimony against her husband.|
|183||Feature Film||The Wrong Man (DVD)||1 hr. 45 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1956.||Henry Fonda, Vera Miles, Anthony Quayle.||Screen play by Maxwell Anderson and Angus MacPhail; story by Maxwell Anderson; directed by Alfred Hitchcock; photography, Robert Burks; editing, George Tomasini; music, Bernard Herrmann.||A musician is accused of a robbery that he did not commit.|
|184||Feature Film||Young Mr. Lincoln (DVD)||100 min.||Originally released as motion picture in 1939.||Henry Fonda, Alice Brady, Marjorie Weaver, Arleen Whelan.||Directed by John Ford; original screen play by Lamar Trotti; photography, Bert Glennon; film editor, Walter Thompson; music, Alfred Newman.||A fictionalized account of Abraham Lincoln's early years as a lawyer in Springfield, Ill. The film is essential John Ford Americana; Fonda's Lincoln is a mythic rugged individualist.|
|185||Feature Film||The Young Philadelphians (DVD)||2 hrs. 16 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1959.
Based on the novel The Philadelphian by Richard Powell.
|Paul Newman, Barbara Rush, Alexis Smith, Brian Keith, Diane Brewster, Billie Burke, John Williams.||Directed by Vincent Sherman; screenplay by James Gunn; director of photography, Harry Stradling, Sr.; music by Ernest Gold; edited by William Ziegler.||Anthony Lawrence is an up-and-coming lawyer, whose career is interrupted by the Korean War. On the eve of his decision to run for political office, he finds himself about to defend a down-and-out friend in a murder case that threatens to expose the Main Line's darkest secrets.|
|186||Feature Film||Zoot Suit (DVD)||1 hr. 44 min.||Originally issued as a motion picture in 1981.
Based on the original play by Luis Valdez.
|Edward James Olmos, Charles Aidman, John Anderson, Tyne Daly, Daniel Valdez.||Directed by Luis Valdez, screenplay by Luis Valdez, produced by Peter Burrell, music by Daniel Valdez.||A group of Mexican-Americans are sent to San Quentin unjustly for the death of a man at Sleepy Lagoon. Based on the actual case and zoot suit riots of 1940's Los Angeles.|
|187||Instructional Video||Black in White America (VHS)||no time est||Originally produced for television broadcast in 1989.||Hosted by Carole Simpson, Charles Thomas and George Strait.||Director, George Paul; producer, Callile Crossley.||Shows racism in America and talks about the economic and social conditions of blacks in America.|
|188||Instructional Video||The Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man (VHS)||40 min.||Originallly issued as a 16 mm motion picture in 1975.||none||Produced and directed by Mimi Pickering; cinematography, Robert Gates, et al.; editor, Mimi Pickering.||Focuses on the Pittston Coal Company, and the disaster which occurred in 1972 when a coal waste dam burst, leaving 125 dead and 4,000 homeless. Discusses the disaster through interviews with survivors, union leaders, citizens, and company officials.|
|189||Instructional Video||Burden of Innocence (VHS)||60 min.||Originally broadcast in 2003 as a segment of the television program: Frontline.||none||none||Frontline tracks down five exonerated men to learn how they have fared following their highly publicized releases. Ofra Bikel examines the social, psychological, and economic challenges these men now face, the vast majority of them without any financial or transitional assistance from the states that imprisoned them.|
|190||Instructional Video||Carter v. Brown & Williamson (VHS)||89 cassettes.||PUBLISHER: New York, NY : Courtroom Television Network, ||none||Norwood Wilner was the principal attorney for the plaintiff; Tom Bezanson was principal attorney for the defendant.||Grady Carter sued Brown & Williamson Tobacco Company after smoking cigarettes for 43 years and losing part of his left lung during cancer surgery. The trial concerns the history of cigarette advertising and the efforts of anti-smoking groups and the industry to pinpoint responsibility for an individual's addiction to cigarettes|
|191||Instructional Video||Carter v. Brown & Williamson : Selections (VHS)||25 videocassettes||Abridged edition, compiled by Gerald Thain.
PUBLISHER: New York, NY : Courtroom Television Network, 
|none||Norwood Wilner was the principal attorney for the plaintiff; Tom Bezanson was principal attorney for the defendant.||Grady Carter sued Brown & Williamson Tobacco Company after smoking cigarettes for 43 years and losing part of his left lung during cancer surgery. The trial concerns the history of cigarette advertising and the efforts of anti-smoking groups and the industry to pinpoint responsibility for an individual's addiction to cigarettes.|
|192||Instructional Video||Common Law, Common Values, Common Rights: A Conversation between British and American Lawyers and Judges about Common Law Principles in the 21st Century (VHS)||85 min.||PUBLISHER: American Bar Association, 2000.||none||Moderator, Arthur Miller.||A panel discussion by British and American judges and lawyers on the future of common law.|
|193||Instructional Video||Equal Justice under Law (VHS)||6 videocassettes (30 min. each)||PUBLISHER: WQED Public Broadcasting Service, 1988.||none||Host: E.G. Marshall.||Dramatizations of important decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court occurring while John Marshall served as Chief Justice (1801-1835).||1. Marbury v. Madison
2. McCulloch v. Maryland
3. Gibbons v. Ogden
4-6. The trial of Aaron Burr.
|194||Instructional Video||Ethics and Expert Witnesses (VHS)||120 min.||PUBLISHER: Mercer Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism.
Includes a study guide located in a pamphlet box at the end of the Instructional Video Collection.
|By Patrick Emery Longan.||The purpose of these materials, and the vignettes that accompany them, is to educate lawyers, law students, and judges about the many issues of ethics and professionalism that arise in connection with the use of expert witnesses in civil cases."|
|195||Instructional Video||Final Offer (VHS)||78 min.||Published by the National Film Board of Canada; distributed in the U.S. by California Newsreel of San Francisco, 1985.||none||Director, Sturla Gunnarsson; producers, Sturla Gunnarsson, Robert Collison; writer, Robert Collison; photography, Leonard Gilday; music, Jack Lenz; narration, Henry Ramer.||Tapes made just before and during the 1984 strike against General Motors by the United Auto Workers, Canadian Section, show union leader Bob White as he fights with both the company and the United States union leadership to retain traditional wage increases in the Canadian contract.|
|196||Instructional Video||Glimmer of Hope (VHS)||53 min.||PUBLISHER: Princeton NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 1998.||none||Produced by Charles Konowal and directed by Joe McDonald and Charles Konowal.||This program, based on a well-publicized Minnesota case, examines one family's efforts to bring closure to the brutal murder of a loved one. The family insists on confronting the killers to ask them disturbing questions that have plagued the family over a three-year period. In doing so, they hope to bring the monstrous act and its perpetrators into human focus as a major step toward healing ... This is an intimate and riviting glimpse into a bold new approach to criminal justice designed to heal both the offenders and their victims.|
|197||Instructional Video||Grand Jury Testimony of William Jefferson Clinton, August 17, 1998 (VHS)||About 4 hrs.||Issued by MPI Home Video.||none||none||On August 17, 1998, President Bill Clinton gave videotaped testimony before a grand jury in the Ken Starr investigation. The testimony is presented without narration and without opinion.|
|198||Instructional Video||Guns & Mothers (VHS)||54 min.||"Independent Lens" television program, May 13, 2003.||Frances Davis, Maria Heil, Fox Butterfield, Robert J. Spitzer; narrator Tracy Thorne.||Director Thom Powers; producers Thom Powers, Meema Spadola, and John Walter; executive producers Fred Green and Patty Payne Green; editor John Walter; composer Rick Baitz, writers Thom Powers and John Walter.||An incisive exploration into the women's movements on both sides of the emotionally charged gun control debate. The Million Moms and the Second Amendment Sisters are diametrically opposed on the issue of gun control, but they agree on one point: mothers will and should have a voice in determining gun control policy in America. The program explores the grassroots of both movements by focusing on two different women, living in two different Americas.|
|199||Instructional Video||Innocence Lost: The Plea (VHS)||113 min.||Originally broadcast May 27, 1997 on PBS as a segment of Frontline.||Written, produced and directed by Ofra Bikel.||Revisit the defendants in the third episode of the Little Rascals Day Care sexual abuse case-- in which more than 30 people were accused and seven indicted on hundreds of abuse charges emerging from a daycare center in Edenton, North Carolina. Explore the serious questions about the validity of the testimony and the fairness of the trials which resulted in 12 life sentences for Little Rascals owner Bob Kelly and one life sentence for daycare worker Dawn Wilson, and wonder why, today, all charges against Kelly and Wilson have been dropped.|
|200||Instructional Video||Inside the Jury Room (DVD & VHS)||60 min.||Segment from the television program Frontline.||none||Producers: Alan M. Levin and Stephen J. Herzberg.||Shows an actual jury deliberation as twelve men and women weigh facts, ponder evidence, and debate the meaning of justice.|
|201||Instructional Video||Introducing TJ: Therapeutic Jurisprudence (VHS)||27 min.||none||Producer/director, Mary Providence Magill; executive producer, Robert Magill.||In this documentary, a homeless man with a mental illness relates to us how life in the street is made much worse when the judiciary compounds his dilemna. Then we see how one young woman, a judge in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, has helped to break the endless cycle of arrest and incarceration.|
|202||Instructional Video||Lawyer Trust Accounts (VHS)||60 min.||A 60 minutes video with three 20-minute segments.||none||Written by Jay Foonberg.||Comprehensive coverage of lawyer trust accounts: their history, importance, maintenance, violations. Jay G. Foonberg facilitates and conducts educational and motivational seminars for private law firms, bar associations and CLE providers. His programs are normally granted CLE accreditation.|
|203||Instructional Video||Long Night's Journey into Day (DVD)||95 min.||English subtitles translate the native languages.
Study guide (38 p.) located in pamphlet box at end of Instructional Video Collection.
|none||Narrator, Helen Mirren; directors, Frances Reid & Deborah Hoffmann; producer, Frances Reid; original score, Lebo M; cinematographers, Ezra Jwili, Frances Reid.||For over forty years, South Africa was governed by the most notorious form of racial domination since Nazi Germany. When it finally collapsed, those who had enforced apartheid's rule wanted amnesty for their crimes. Their victims wanted justice. As a compromise, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was formed. As it investigated the crimes of apartheid, the Commission brought together victims and perpetrators to relive South Africa's brutal history. By revealing the past instead of burying it, the TRC hoped to pave the way to a peaceful future.|
|204||Instructional Video||Mandatory Sentences: Does the Punishment Meet the Crime? (VHS)||57 min.||Originally broadcast on the news program "Nightline" on September 30, 1999.||none||Host, Ted Koppel; correspondant, Michel McQueen; interviewees, Gus Smith, Kemba Smith, Julie Stuart, Laura Hankins, Helen Fahey, Stephen Saltzburg.||Examines the case of Kemba Smith, a non-violent, first-time drug offender, who is serving 24 years in prison without parole because of mandatory sentencing.|
|205||Instructional Video||Murder in Beverly Hills: The Menendez Trial (VHS)||47 min.||An ABC News Special.
Published: MPI Home Video, 1991.
|Diane Sawyer. Executive producer, Shelley Ross; senior producer, Jonathan Talmadge; coordinating producer, Wendey S. Roth; producers, Alison Craiglow, Anthony Radziwill, Julie Sertel; editors, Ralph Avellino, Ed Delgado, Glenn Hunsberger; announcer, Dan Foley.||Outlines the case involving the Menendez brothers' murder of their parents. Presents background data, the various courtroom strategies involved, and analyzes the case in discussions with legal experts.|
|206||Instructional Video||Murder on a Sunday Morning (VHS)||111 min.||Release of a 2001 French documentary film, released there as Un coupable idéal.
Academy Award winner, best documentary feature.
|Director, Jean-Xavier de Lestrade; producer, Denis Poncet; camera, Isabelle Razavet; music, Helen Blazy; editors, Pascal Vernier and Pagnar Van Leyden.||When a 15-year-old black male is arrested for the murder of Mary Ann Stephens, everyone involved in the case--from investigators to journalists--is ready to condemn him, except for his lawyer, Patrick McGuiness. A true tale of murder and injustice.|
|207||Instructional Video||The Nuke Tracker (VHS)||28 min.||Recorded by Wisconsin Public Television on March 20, 1990.||Interviewee Gary Milhollin||Producer/reporter Steve Jandacek.||Professor Milhollin discusses his work investigating international traffic in nuclear arms.|
|208||Instructional Video||Of Civil Wrongs & Rights: The Fred Korematsu Story (VHS)||60 min.||Written, directed and produced by Eric Paul Fournier; co-producers Dorka Keehn and Shirley Nakao; executive producers Eric Paul Fournier and Ken Korematsu; cinematography by Peter McCandless; edited by Jean Kawahura and Eric Paul Fournier; original musical score by Bond Bergland and Michael Becker.||Fred Korematsu was probably never more American than when he resisted, and then challenged in court, the forced internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Korematsu lost his landmrk Supreme Court case in 1944, but never his indignation and resolve. This is the untold history of the 40-year legal fight to vindicate Korematsu -- one that finally turned a civil injustice into a civil rights victory.|
|209||Instructional Video||On Trial: The William Kennedy Smith Case (VHS)||50 min.||A condensation of ABC's coverage of one of the most well-known court cases of the times -- the rape trial of William Kennedy Smith, a member of one of America's most prominent families. Includes Diane Sawyer's interview with the woman who brought the charges, Patricia Bowma|
|210||Instructional Video||Outlooks (VHS)||27 min.||none||Produced by Abby Ginzberg.||Offers candid advice to lesbians and gay men considering law school, addressing such issues as coming out (or not) on law school applications, identifying law schools that are "gay friendly" and supportive, and the importance of mentors.|
|211||Instructional Video||Paralegals: Enhancing Practice, Professionalism & Profitability (VHS)||21 min.||Published: Kansas City, MO: National Federation of Paralegal Associations, 2000.||Host, Suzanne K. Richards.||This video explores what a paralegal is, how attorneys and their law practices benefit by utilizing paralegal services, qualifications of paralegals, and specific exmaples of the roles and responsibilities paralegals undertake in the practice of law.|
|212||Instructional Video||Presumed Guilty : Tales of the Public Defenders||118 min.||none||Pamela Yates and Peter Kinoy, producers; Pamela Yates, director; Tom Vaught, narrator; Peter Kinoy, editor; Paul Mailman, digital cinematography; Douglas J. Cuomo, original music.||Follows several ongoing misdemeanor and felony cases being handled by the San Francisco Office of the Public Defender.|
|247||Instructional Video||The Cost of Freedom: Civil Liberties, Security & the USA PATRIOT Act (VHS)||60 min.||A presentation of Iowa Public Television.||Examines the history of civil liberties during wartime and the controversial USA PATRIOT Act which was passed in October of 2001.|
|252||Instructional Video||Secret History of the Credit Card (DVD)||60 min.||Originally broadcast as a segment of the television program Frontline, Nov. 23, 2004.||Directed by David Rummel; written by Lowell Bergman and David Rummel; produced by David Rummel and Nelli Kheyfets; narrated by Will Lyman.||The average American family today carries 10 credit cards. Credit card debt and personal bankruptcies are now at an all time high. With no legal limit on the amount of interest or fees that can be charged, credit cards have become the most profitable sector of the American banking industry: more than $30 billion in profits last year alone. Frontline and the New York times join forces to investigate how an industry few Americans understand how became so pervasive, so lucrative, and so powerful.|
|249||Instructional Video||Kolyma (VHS)||2 hrs. 15 min.||In Russian.||Director, N. Oboznova ; editor, G. IAsnogorodskaia.||Interviews with people who worked in the Kolyma River region of Siberia during the Stalinist era, interspersed with old film footage.|
|250||Instructional Video||Russian Prison N-240 (VHS)||60 min.||Tom Naygrow, narrator.||Original concept and story line by Vladimir Suvorov; written by Tom Naygrow; translation by Nonna Maksimova; edited by Irina Anokhina.||Russia has over one million two hundred thousand prisoners. Prison N-240 is considered to hold the most dangerous prisoners in Russia. Interviews with prison guards and their wives present an overview of Russia's prison system and its most notorious prison.|
|214||Instructional Video||A Question of Evidence: The O.J. Simpson Hearing (VHS)||51 min.||Preliminary hearing before Judge Kathleen Kennedy Powell; defense attorneys, Gerald Uelman and Robert Shapiro; prosecutors, William Hudgman and Marcia Clark.
Published: New York: Courtroom Television Network, 1994.
|Producer, Peter Aronson; associate producers, Mary Jane Stevenson and Suzanne Worden; senior producers, Jamie Alter and Carolyn Kresky; executive producer, Steve Johnson; editor in chief, Steven Brill; narrator, Gregg Jarrett.||Testimonies by key witnesses to determine whether there was sufficient evidence to send O.J. Simpson to trial.|
|215||Instructional Video||Real Justice (VHS)||2 hr. 30 min.||Originally broadcast on November 14, 2000 and November 21, 2000 as episodes of the television program: Frontline.||none||Produced by Ben Loeterman & Ben Gale; written by Ben Loeterman.||Homocides, drug arrests, car theft, assault and battery ... it's all in a day's work for the prosecutors of Boston's Suffolk County district attorney's office. Frontline goes inside the real-life workings of America's criminal justice system to reveal the offers, counteroffers, deals and compromises that keep cases moving through our crowded courts.|
|216||Instructional Video||Richard Nixon: "Checkers," "Old Glory," "Resignation" (VHS)||45 min.||Published: Sandy Hook, Ct.: Video Yesteryear Recording, 1980.
Copyrighted by J. David Goldin.
|Richard Nixon.||Presents three separate speeches which former president Richard M. Nixon gave including one from his first campaign for national office and his||Old Glory (1957)
|217||Instructional Video||The River Ran Red (VHS)||58 min.||Narrator, Blair Brown; writer, Nicole Fauteux.||Gripping account of the summer of 1892, in which a bitter conflict erupted at the Carnegie Works in Homestead, Pennsylvania. The nation's largest steel maker took on its most militant labor union, with devastating consequences for American workers. Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick head a fascinating cast of characters which includes 300 armed Pinkerton guards and the would-be anarchist assasin, Alexander Berkman. This American tragedy still resonates one hundred years later, especially in communities hard hit by the decline of heavy industry and labor's diminishing clout.|
|218||Instructional Video||The Road to Brown (VHS)||58 min.||Subtitle: The Untold Story of the Man who Killed Jim Crow.
A presentation of the University of Virginia.
Published: San Francisco, Calif.: California Newsreel (distributor), 1990.
|Narrator, Steven Anthony Jones; producers, William A. Elwood, Mykola Kulish; director, Mykola Kulish; writer, William A. Ellwood et al; edited by Gary Weimberg and Yasha Aginsky; camera, Brad Shapiro; music, Darryl Cox.||Presents the role of Charles Hamilton Houston in the cases which let to the landmark Supreme Court case of Brown vs. Board of Education. Gives background history of segregation, Jim Crow laws, NAACP and bio-data on persons influential in the desegregation movement.|
|219||Instructional Video||The Rodney King Case: What the Jury Saw in CA v. Powell (VHS)||116 min.||Editors, Kieran McKinney, Jim Valver; Narrator, Fred Graham.||Presents the key portions of both the prosecution and defense cases. Condenses 150 hours of gavel-to-gavel coverage and includes the 81 second amateur videotape which recorded the events that occurred during the evening of March 3, 1991.|
|220||Instructional Video||The Shepard's Case (VHS)||20 min.||Alex Corcoran, Michelle Zimmerman, London King, Frank Jones, Jr.||Producer/director, Damon Smith.||Dramatizes use of the Shepard's Citation Service on the lexis.com research system.|
|221||Instructional Video||Stand the Storm (VHS)||30 min.||Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Public Television in cooperation with the Wisconsin Supreme Court, c1998.
Funded in part by the Wisconsin Sesquicentennial Commission with funds from individual and corporate contributors and the State of Wisconsin
|Project director, Amanda K. Todd; assistant project director, Karen Leone de Nie; executive producer, Kay Klubertanz; producers/writers, Shelly Young, Dean Thomas; director, Dean Thomas; director of photography, Raymond L. Ibsen; Videographers, Raymond L. Ibsen, Frank Boll; Narrator, Tejumola F. Ologbaomi||A documentary on the fugitive slave case involving Joshua Glover, who escaped from a Missouri farm in 1852 and found freedom in Racine. He was arrested in 1854 and imprisoned under the federal Fugitive Slave Law. He was broken out of the Milwaukee jail by a band of abolitionists led by newspaper publisher Sherman Booth, sparking a legal battle that pitted state and federal courts against one another for more than seven years. The story is told through interviews, historic documents, and images.||
|222||Instructional Video||This Honorable Court (VHS)||2 videocassettes (60 min. each)||Produced by WETA-TV, 1988.||Reported by Paul Duke; producers, Steve York, Berry Richards; director, Steve York; executive producer, Ricki Green.||A two-part series on the Supreme Court, its history and a step-by-step narrative of how cases arrive, are considered, decided and reported.||1. A history of the court
2. Inside the Supreme Court
|223||Instructional Video||Town Meeting: A Process Run Amok, Can It Be Fixed? (VHS)||90 min.||Originally broadcast as the ABC television program Nightline, with Ted Koppel as moderator.||Directed by Roger Goodman; producers, Richard Harris et al.; editor, Jim Morris.||Ted Koppel moderates a panel discussion with questions from invited guests who were involved in the confirmation process on the day following the confirmation of Thomas Hill to the U.S. Supreme Court. Panelists include Republican senators Alan Simpson and Arlen Specter, who were on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Democratic senators Paul Simon (also on the Judiciary Committee) and Bill Bradley, who was on the Senate Intelligence Committee.|
|224||Instructional Video||Unraveling the Tragedy at Bhopal (VHS)||17 min.||none||By Gittelman Film Associates; produced for Union Carbide Coporation, c1989.||This video presents an accounting of the investigation of the nature and cause of the 1984 Bhopal tragedy. It details the events encountered by the investigating teams, up to the discovery and confirmation that the tragedy was caused by human sabotage.|
|225||Instructional Video||Voices from Inside: A Documentary (VHS)||75 min.||Producer/director, Karina Epperlein; cinematography, John Knoop; sound recording, Jaime Kibben; editing, Nila Bogue and Joanne Feinberg; sound design & mix, Eric Schurig.||em>Voices from Inside follows German-born theater artist Karina Epperlein into a federal women's prison where she is teaching weekly classes as a volunteer. Her racially mixed group of women prisoners becomes a circle of trust and healing.|
|226||Instructional Video||Vokes v. Arthur Murray Video Supplement (Dance Schools) (VHS)||15 min.||First segment of the Oct. 27, 1999 television program 20/20.||A Florida dance club chain uses unsavory tactics to lure large sums of money from elderly women.|
|227||Instructional Video||The West Group Research Universe (VHS)||46 min.||Narrated by Robert C. Berring.||Introduction to legal research using WESTLAW and other West Group products.|
|228||Instructional Video||What Jennifer Saw (VHS)||60 min.||Originally broadcast Feb. 25, 1997 on PBS as a segment of Frontline.||Written, produced and directed by Ben Loeterman.||Examines the reliability of eyewitness identification and the implications of DNA evidence for the American justice system. Considers the case of Ronald Cotton who spent eleven years in prison before DNA evidence proved him innocent of rape.|
|229||Instructional Video||Willful Infringement (DVD)||58 min.||Published by Fiat Lucre LLC.
"A report from the front lines of the real culture wars: Lawrence Lessig & Mickey Mouse, Carrie McLaren & Public Enemy, Don Joyce & U2, Larry Gross & Star Wars, Andy Warhol & Mona Lisa, Ezra G & DJ Akiko, Hot Rocks & The Rolling stones, Pretzel & Critters."
|none||Produced by Jed Horovitz; directed by Greg Hittelman.||Argues that fair use within U.S. copyright law is being eroded. "Learn how corporations use 'statutory damages' as a secret weapon to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars from people who are guilty until proven innocent"--Jewell case|
|230||Instructional Video||The Forgotten Balance of Robert Kastenmeier (DVD & VHS)||ca 1 hr., 40 min.||2003 Annual Kastenmeier Colloquium, held Oct. 24, 2003, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Speaker, Lawrence Lessig||Lawrence Lessig, professor of law at Stanford Law School, is one of the country's leading commentators on legal aspects of new communications technologies and cyberspace. He spoke on the need for balance in copyright law.|
|231||Instructional Video||A Trial in Prague (VHS)||56 min.||Filmed on location in Prague.||Directors of photography, Miro Gabor, Marek Jicha; music, Peter Fish; editor, David Charap.||Documentary profiles the 1952 trial of fourteen Czechoslovak communists, including Rudolf Slâanskây, former General Secretary of the Party, tried on charges of high treason and espionage.|
|232||Feature Film||Runaway Jury (DVD)||122 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2003. Based on the novel by John Grisham.||John Cusack, Gene Hackman, Dustin Hoffman, Rachel Weisz, Bruce Davison, Bruce McGill, Jeremy Piven, Nick Searcy, Stanley Anderson.||Producers, Gary Fleder, Christopher Mankiewicz, Arnon Milchan; screenplay by Brian Koppelman, David Levien, Rick Cleveland, Matthew Chapman; director, Gary Fleder; director of photography, Robert Elswit; art director, Scott Plauche; editor, William Steinkamp; music, Christopher Young; costume designer, Abigail Murray; production designer, Nelson Coates; visual effects supervisor/producer, Mark Spatny.||After a man dies in a shooting incident, his wife files a lawsuit against the company that manufactured the gun. Her lawyer argues that the firm in question knew the shop which sold the weapon was not following federal regulations. As the case goes to trial, the firearm manufacturer takes no chances on the outcome, and they hire Rankin Fitch, a "jury consultant" who makes it his business to see that he knows enough about the jurors to be able to guarantee the result of the trial.|
|233||Feature Film||Legally Blonde 2 (DVD)||95 min.||Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field, Regina King, Jennifer Coolidge, Bruce McGill, Dana Ivey, Bob Newhart, Luke Wilson.||Producers, Marc Platt, David Nicksay; screenplay writer, Kate Kondell; director, Charles Herman-Wurmfeld; director of photography, Elliot David; editor, Peter Teschner; music, Rolfe Kent; costume designer, Sophie de Rakoff Carbonell; production designer, Missy Stewart.||When she's fired from her job at an upscale law firm for voicing her stance against the testing of cosmetics on animals, Elle heads to Capitol Hill to fight for her cause before Congress. Once there, she runs into plenty of adversity and red-tape and can't seem to find anyone who will listen to her proposals. She meets and befriends an elderly bellman who's been around long enough to know the ins and outs of the political machine. With his help, Elle attempts to convince disillusioned U.S. Representative Rudd to help her get her voice heard in front of the stodgy old coots of the legislative branch.|
|234||Instructional Video||Gacaca: Living Together Again in Rwanda? (VHS)||55 min.||In English, Tutsi and Hutu, with English subtitles.||Director, Anne Aghion; producers, Philip Brooks, Laurent Bocahut, Anne Aghion; editor, Nadia Ben Rachid; photography, Mathieu Hagnery, James Kakwerere.||In 1994, decades of politically motivated ethnic scapegoating culminated in a wholesale slaughter of the Rwanda's Tutsi minority, along with many Hutu moderates. Today, Rwanda is rebuilding, but its most difficult task is addressing the emotional trauma and fostering reconciliation between the Hutu and Tutsi. This film follows the first steps in one of the world's boldest experiments in reconciliation: the Gacaca Tribunals. These are a form of citizen-based justice based on ancient traditions of judgement, aimed at unifying this scarred nation.|
|235||Instructional Video||Four Little Girls (DVD)||1 hr., 42 min.||Interview subjects include Bill Cosby, Walter Cronkite, Jesse Jackson, Andrew Young, Coretta Scott King, and George Wallace.||Director, producer, Spike Lee ; producer, Sam Pollard; director of photography, Ellen Kuras; editor, Sam Pollard; music, Terence Blanchard.||When a bomb tears through the basement of a black Baptist church on a peaceful fall morning, it takes the lives of four young girls: Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Addie Mae Collins. This racially motivated crime, taking place at a time when the civil rights movement is burning with a new flame, could have doused that flame forever. Instead it fuels a nation's outrage and brings Birmingham, Alabama to the forefront of America's concern.|
|236||Instructional Video||Civil Liberties in a Time of Terror (DVD & VHS)||ca. 70 min.||2002 Kastenmeier Colloquium, held Sept. 30, 2002, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Speaker, Anthony Lewis.||Lewis, a Pulizer Prize-winning columnist for the New York Times, addressed the threat to civil liberties in the wake of actions taken by the Bush administration after September 11.|
|237||Instructional Video||Death by Stoning (DVD)||23 min.||Originally broadcast on the program Nightline, July 10, 2003.||Akbar Ahmed, Ayesha Imam||Produced by ABC News.||"Under Islamic law, the bearing of a child out of wedlock is a capital offense--and the instrument of death is stoning, as done since time immemorial. Set in Nigeria, this ABC News program uses the harrowing case of Amina Lawal as a platform to discuss the concepts of justice and punishment as they relate to human rights. Akbar Ahmed, chair of Islamic studies and professor of international relations at American University, and Ayesha Imam, founding director of a human rights agency that assisted in Ms. Lawal's defense, are featured"--Case.|
|241||Feature Film||Intolerable Cruelty (DVD)||101 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2003.||George Clooney, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Geoffrey Rush, Cedric the Entertainer, Edward Herrmann, Paul Adelstein, Richard Jenkins, Billy Bob Thornton.||Produced by Ethan Coen, Brian Grazer; screenplay by Robert Ramsey, Matthew Stone, Ethan Coen, and Joel Coen; directed by Joel Coen; director of photography, Roger Deakins; editor, Roderick Jaynes; music, Carter Burwell; costume designer, Mary Zophres; production designer, Leslie McDonald.||Miles Massey is a high-powered Los Angeles divorce lawyer nearing a midlife crisis. While representing his wealthy client Rex Rexroth, Miles meets his match in Rex's gold-digging wife, Marilyn. He's impressed by her similarly heartless ways of using marriage to fuel an expensive lifestyle, but Miles still manages to defeat her in court. With Marilyn looking to get her revenge and Miles finding himself attracted to her, the two engage in a ruthless romantic pursuit to out-swindle each other.|
|239||Instructional Video||Citizenship in a Time of Repression (DVD & VHS)||80 min.||The sixteeneth Thomas E. Fairchild Lecture, delivered on April 23, 2004, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Lecturer: Michael Traynor||Michael Traynor, American Law Institute president, addresses the responsibilities that United States citizens, and particularly lawyers, have in safeguarding civil liberties.|
|240||Instructional Video||The Quest for Equal Educational Opportunity: A Brown v. Board of Education Mock Argument (DVD)||84 min.||Recorded at a symposium held at Washington College of Law March 20-21, 2003.||Prof. Erwin Chemerinsky versus Prof. Derrick Bell.|
|242||Feature Film||High Noon (VHS or DVD)||85 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1952.||Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Thomas Mitchell, Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado, Otto Kruger, Lon Chaney, Henry Morgan, Lee Van Cleef.||Producer, Stanley Kramer; screenplay, Carl Foreman; director, Fred Zinnemann; music, Dimitri Tiomkin.||This is the classic tale of a lawman who stands alone to defend a town of cowardly citizens against a gang of revenge-seeking criminals. In the greatest showdown in the history of cinema, the lawman stands to lose not only the town but his new wife.|
|244||Instructional Video||Law Revue (VHS)||2004-||Annual performance of skits by University of Wisconsin Law School students parodying law school life.|
|245||Instructional Video||Wrongful Convictions, National Security, and Sentencing (VHS)||60 min.||Lecture delivered at the University of Wisconsin Law School on April 21, 2004, co-sponsored by the Wisconsin Innocence Project of the Law School's Frank J. Remington Center, the University of Wisconsin chapter of the American Constitution Society, and the Criminal Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin.||Speaker: Janet Reno.||Janet Reno spoke on wrongful convictions and the unreliability of eyewitness identification.|
|246||Instructional Video||The Legal Profession's Hidden Secret: Substance Abuse (VHS) : Conversations with Recovering Lawyers||30 min.||Produced by Larry Dubin, Professor of Law, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.|
|251||Instructional Video||The Chekist (VHS)||90 min.||In Russian, with English subtitles. Originally released as a motion picture in 1992.||Igor Sergheyer, Alexei Poluyan, Mikhail Vasserbaum, Serghey Isavnin.||Script, Jacques Baynac; director, Alexandr Rogojkin; producers, Guy Seligmann, Oleg Konkov.||In 1917, at the birth of the Russian Revolution, the Bolshevik secret police (C.H.E.K.A.), forerunners of the KGB, unleased a reign of bloody terror to wipe out any opposition to communism. This film follows the daily rituals of a Cheka officer as he and his men judge and execute their victims.|
|253||Feature Film||Mr. Smith goes to Washington (DVD)||2 hr. 10 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1939.
DVD special features include: Frank Capra Jr. commentary, Frank Capra Jr. remembers "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington", vintage advertising, original theatrical trailer, bonus trailers, talent files.
|Jean Arthur, James Stewart, Claude Rains, Edward Arnold, Guy Kibbee.||Produced and directed by Frank Capra; screenplay by Sidney Buchman.||Stewart plays a freshman senator in Washington, D.C. who becomes involved in political infighting when a project of his is undermined by unscrupulous others who want to build a dam.|
|254||Instructional Video||Critical Choices: Education Decisions for the Next Generation of Lawyers (DVD)||Conference held April 15-17, 2004, Dallas, Texas.||Presented by the Out-of-the-Box Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.||More than twenty speakers, including university chancellors, presidents, deans, professors, judges and practitioners gathered to discuss education decisions for the next generation of lawyers. They explored what is happening in legal education today, and what changes are, or ought to be, in store for those entering law school and the legal profession in the future.|
|256||Feature Film||Shadow of Doubt (DVD)||102 min.||Videocassette release of a 1997 motion picture.
Audio tracks in English and French ; subtitles in English, French and Spanish.
Special features include theatrical trailers, talent files, interactive menus and scene selections.
|Melanie Griffith, Tom Berenger, Craig Sheffer, Huey Lewis, Wade Dominguez, Nina Foch.||Produced by Adam Kline; written by Myra Byanka and Raymond DeFelitta; directed by Randal Kleiser; director of photography, Craig Haagensen; production design, Rita Riggs; editors, Jeff Gourson and Craig Richards; music, Joel Goldsmith.||A high-profile defense attorney comes to the aid of an up-and-coming rap artist indicted for murder.|
|257||Feature Film||Guilty by Suspicion (DVD)||105 min.||DVD release of the original Warner Bros. motion picture, released in 1988.||Robert De Niro, Annette Bening, George Wendt, Patricia Wettig, Sam Wanamaker.||Producer, Arnon Milchan; director/writer, Irwin Winkler.||Based on the McCarthy witchhunts of the 1950's, Guilty by Suspicion tells the story of the destruction of the career of a director. All he has to do to revive his stalled career is testify against friends who are suspected of being Communists.|
|258||Feature Film||High Crimes (DVD)||115 min.||Based on the novel by Joseph Finder.
English, French or Spanish dialogue, Spanish subtitles; Closed-captioned.
Bonus features: full-length audio commentary by the director; 6 never-before-seen featurettes, including "Liar liar" (how to beat a polygraph) and "A different kind of justice" (military vs. civilian law); original theatrical trailer.
|Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman, Jim Caviezel, Amanda Peet, Adam Scott, Bruce Davison, Tom Bower, Michael Gaston, Jude Ciccolella.||Producers, Arnon Milchan, Janet Yang, and Jesse B'Franklin; screenplay writers, Yuri Zeltser and Cary Bickley; director, Carl Franklin; director of photography, Theo van de Sande; editor, Carole Kravetz-Aykanian; music, Graeme Revell; costume designer, Sharen Davis; production designer, Paul Peters.||Claire is a high-powered attorney whose perfect life comes crashing down around her when her husband is charged with high crimes of murder. Enlisting the aid of a shrewd military attorney, Claire will risk her career and even her life to find out the truth.|
|259||Feature Film||The Big Easy (DVD)||100 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1986.
Subtitles in English, French or Spanish.
|Dennis Quaid, Ellen Barkin, Ned Beatty.||Written by Daniel Petrie, Jr.; produced by Stephen Friedman; directed by Jim McBride.||A criminal's murder triggers a bloody gangland drug war. A saucy blend of New Orleans nightlife, romance and suspense.|
|260||Feature Film||The Burning Bed (DVD)||95 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1984.
Based on the book by Faith McNulty.
English or Spanish dialogue, English French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.
|Farrah Fawcett, Paul Le Mat, Richard Masur, Grace Zabriskie, Penelope Milford.||Produced by Carol Schreder; teleplay by Rose Leiman Goldemberg; directed by Robert Greenwald; music by Charles Gross.||This film is based on the true story of Francine Hughes, a battered housewife who was prosecuted in 1977 for dousing her abusive husband with gasoline and setting him on fire as he slept.|
|261||Feature Film||The Andersonville Trial (DVD)||141 min.||Originally produced for television in 1970.||William Shatner, Martin Sheen, Richard Baseheart, Jack Cassidy, Buddy Ebsen, Alan Hale.||Written by Saul Levitt; produced by Lewis Freedman; directed by George C. Scott.||Explores the moral dilemma of responsibility for the prison camp in Andersonville, Ga., where 14,000 Union soldiers lost their lives during the Civil War.|
|262||Feature Film||Guilty as Sin (DVD)||107 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1993.||Rebecca De Mornay, Don Johnson.||Produced by Martin Ransohoff; written by Larry Cohen; directed by Sidney Lumet; director of photography, Andrzej Bartkowiak; film editor, Evan Lottman; music, Howard Shore.||A criminal attorney who plays to win meets her match when she represents a playboy who is accused of murdering his wealthy wife.|
|263||Instructional Video||With All Deliberate Speed (DVD)||111 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2004.||Narrated by Jeffrey Wright; participants, Mekhi Phifer, Larenz Tate, Terry Kinney, Alicia Keys.||Producers, Adam D. Singer, Tommy Walker, Peter Gilbert, Nancy LeBrun; writer, Nathan Antila.||On May 17, 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the case of Brown vs. Board of Education that the concept of "separate but equal" school segregation was unconstitutional. Director Peter Gilbert explores the history and legacy of the legal decision.|
|264||Instructional Video||The Wisconsin Law Review Symposium on New Legal Realism (VHS)||ca. 4 hrs.||Symposium held February 18, 2005, at the University of Wisconsin Law School, co-sponsored by the Wisconsin Law Review, the Latino/a Law Students Association, and the Black Law Students Association.||Introductory remarks / Elizabeth Mertz -- Beyond legal aesthetics / Victoria Nourse -- The new v. the old legal realism: things ain't what they used to be / Stewart Macaulay -- A new realism for legal studies / Arthur McEvoy -- Property and Chicano poverty: a fractionalized legal template from the US Mexico War to the present / Guadalupe Luna -- Interrogating law & economics theory: evaluating the role of race in property sales in rural North Carolina / Thomas Mitchell.|
|265||Feature Film||Slightly Honorable (DVD)||75 min.||Based on the novel "Send another coffin," by F.G. Presnell.||Pat O'Brien, Broderick Crawford, Edward Arnold, Eve Arden, Claire Dodd.||Directed by Tay Garnett; screenplay by Ken Englund.||O'Brien and Crawford play law partners who set out to destroy a crime syndicate. This fast-paced story takes us from high society to cops on the take with a dose of crooked politicians thrown in for good measure.|
|284||Instructional Video||The Abortion Pill (VHS)||56 min.||Produced by Cine Qua Non, Inc and WHYY, Philadelphia.||Narrated by Robbie Harris.||Produced and directed by Marion Lipschutz and Rose Rosenblatt; written by Larry Loonin and Eric Nadler; music composed by Quentin Chiappetta.||After years of controversy, RU486, also known as Mifepristone, a pill that can end a pregnancy without surgery, is coming to America. This 1997 program shows the controversy surrounding RU486 and shows how a potent mix of business, politics and ethics kept this drug out of United States for nearly a decade. Dr. Etienne Emile Baulieu, its French discoverer, explains how RU486, taken in the first or second month of pregnancy, prevents the development of the fetus; another drug, taken 48 hours later, brings on a miscarriage.|
|268||Feature Film||Thirteen days (DVD)||142 min,||Based on the book "The Kennedy tapes: inside the White House during the Cuban Missile Crisis," edited by Ernest R. May and Philip D. Zelikow.
Original release as motion picture in 2000.
|Kevin Costner, Bruce Greenwood, Steven Culp, Dylan Baker.||Produced by Armyan Bernstein, Peter O. Almond and Kevin Costner; written by David Self; directed by Roger Donaldson; cinematographers, Andrezej Bartkowiak, Roger Deakins, and Christopher Duddy; editor, Conrad Buff; original music, Trevor Jones; production designer, Dennis Washington.||For thirteen extraordinary days in October 1962, the world stood on the brink of destruction. After the discovery of Soviet weapons in Cuba, events and tension escalate between the two military superpowers and within the White House. President John F. Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy, and Special Assistant to the President Kenneth P. O'Donnell are in the hot seat as they struggle to prevent nuclear war. Krushchev wouldn't back down, President Kennedy wouldn't give in. Inspired by the real-life events that took place in the Kennedy White House.|
|269||Feature Film||The Fog of War (DVD)||107 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2003.||Produced and directed by Errol Morris; producers, Michael Williams and Julie Ahlberg; directors of photography, Peter Donahue and Bob Chappell; editors, Karen Schmeer, Doug Abel, and Chyld King; original music, Philip Glass.||The story of American politics and military policies as seen through the eyes of the former Secretary of Defense, under President Kennedy and President Johnson, Robert S. McNamara. McNamara is a controversial and influential political figure. He offers a candid journey through some of the most seminal events in contemporary American history. He offers insights into the 1945 fire bombing of Tokyo, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the effects of the Vietnam War.|
|270||Feature Film||Tin Men (DVD)||108 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1987.||Richard Dreyfuss, Danny DeVito, Barbara Hershey.||Produced by Mark Johnson; written and directed by Barry Levinson.||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.|
|271||Feature Film||The Last Wave (DVD)||104 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1977.||Richard Chamberlain, Olivia Hamnett, Gulpilil, Frederick Parslow, Vivean Gray, Nandjiwarra Amagula M.B.E., Walter Amagula, Roy Bara, Cedric Lalara, Morris Lalara.||Screenplay by Peter Weir, Tony Morphett, and Petru Popescu; produced by Hal McElroy and Jim McElroy; directed by Peter Weir; director of photography, Russell Boyd; editor, Max Lemon; music, Charles Wain; production designer, Goran Warff.||The story of a lawyer defending a group of aboriginals accused of murder. The lawyer feels the pull of magic forces beneath the surface of civilization.|
|272||Feature Film||Dog Day Afternoon (DVD)||248 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1975.||Al Pacino, John Cazale, James Broderick, Charles Durning.||Screenplay, Frank Pierson; producers, Martin Bregman and Martin Elfand; director, Sidney Lumet.||Based on actual events that took place one hot August afternoon in 1972, the movie recreates the incredible circumstances surrounding an ill-fated Brooklyn bank robbery attempt. The heist becomes a media circus.|
|273||Feature Film||McCabe & Mrs. Miller (DVD)||121 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1971.
Based on the novel "McCabe" by Edmund Naughton.
|Warren Beatty (McCabe), Julie Christie (Constance Miller), Renâe Auberjonois (Sheehan), William Devane (The Lawyer), John Schuck (Smalley), Corey Fischer (Mr. Elliot), Bert Remsen (Bart Coyle), Shelley Duvall (Ida Coyle), Keith Carradine (Cowboy), Michael Murphy (Sears), Tom Hill (Archer), Hugh Millais (Butler), Manfred Schulz (Kid), Jace Van Der Veen (Breed), Linda Sorenson (Blanche), Janet Wright (Eunice), Jack Riley (Riley Quinn), Graeme Campbell (Bill Cobbs), Don Francks (Buffalo).||Screenplay by Robert Altman and Brian McKay; produced by David Foster and Mitchell Brower; directed by Robert Altman; photography, Vilmos Zsigmond; film editor, Louis Lombardo; songs, Leonard Cohen.||Charismatic but dumb John McCabe arrives in a turn-of-the-century Pacific Northwest town to set up a whorehouse/tavern. Shrewd Mrs. Miller, a professional madam, arrives soon after construction begins. She offers to help McCabe run his business and the whorehouse thrives. McCabe and Mrs. Miller draw closer, despite their conflicting intelligences and philosophies. Soon, however, the mining deposits in the town attract the attention of a major corporation, which wants to buy out McCabe along with the rest. His decision has major repercussions for him, Mrs. Miller, and the town.|
|274||Feature Film||Don't Look Back (DVD)||96 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1967.||Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Donovan, Alan Price, Albert Grossman, Bob Neuwirth, Tito Burns, Derroll Adams.||By D.A. Pennebaker; produced by Albert Grossman, John Court and Leacock Pennebaker Inc.; camera and editing by D.A. Pennebaker.||Documentary filmed during Bob Dylan's 1965 English concert tour. Includes portions of performances.|
|275||Feature Film||Indictment: The McMartin Trial (DVD)||132 min.||DVD release of the 1995 television motion picture.||James Woods, Mercedes Ruehl, Sada Thompson, Henry Thomas, Shirley Knight, Lolita Davidovich.||Producer, Diana Pikorny; writers, Abby Mann and Myra Mann; director, Mick Jackson; director of photography, Rodrigo Garcia; editor, Richard A. Harris; music, Peter Rodgers Melnick.||Fact-based film about the child molestation trial involving the McMartin Pre-School in Manhattan Beach, California.|
|276||Feature Film||The Untouchables (DVD)||119 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1987.
Based on the novel by Eliot Ness.
Academy Awards, USA, 1988: Oscar - Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Sean Connery).
|Kevin Costner, Charles Martin Smith, Andy Garcia, Robert De Niro, Sean Connery.||Produced by Art Linson; written by David Mamet; directed by Brian De Palma; director of photography, Stephen H. Burum; art director, William A. Elliott; editor, Jerry Greenberg; music, Ennio Morricone; costume designer, Marilyn Vance-Straker.||The story of the glorious, fierce, larger-than-life depiction of mob warlord Al Capone who ruled Prohibition-era Chicago, and Eliot Ness, the law enforcer, who vowed to bring him down. A classic confrontation between good and evil, and how with the help of a cop named Malone, Ness learns how to beat the mob by shooting fast and shooting first.|
|277||Feature Film||Chicago (DVD)||113 min.||Based on the musical play Chicago, directed and choreographed for the stage by Bob Fosse; based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins.
Produced as a motion picture in 2002.
Academy Awards, 2003: Best Motion Picture of the Year (Marty Richards); Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role (Catherine Zeta Jones); Best Achievement in Editing (Martin Walsh); Best Achievement in Costume Design (Colleen Atwood); Best Achievement in Art Direction (John Myhre, Gordon Sim); Best Achievement in Sound (Michael Minkler, Dominic Tavella, David Lee).
Golden Globes, 2003: Best Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy; Best Performace by an Actor in a Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy (Richard Gere); Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy (Renee Zellweger).
|Renee Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere, Queen Latifah, John C. Reily, Lucy Liu, Taye Diggs, Christine Baranski.||produced by Martin Richards ; screenplay by Bill Condon ; directed by Rob Marshall.Director of photography, Dion Beebe ; editor, Martin Walsh ; music, John Kander ; lyrics, Fred Ebb ; original score music, Danny Elfman ; costume designer, Colleen Atwood ; production designer, John Myhre ; choreography, Rob Marshall.||At a time when crimes of passion result in celebrity headlines, nightclub sensation Velma Kelly and spotlight-seeking Roxie Hart both find themselves on Chicago's famed Murderess Row. They also share Billy Flynn, the town's slickest lawyer with a talent for turning notorious defendants into local legends.|
|278||Feature Film||Miracle on 34th Street (DVD)||97 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1947.
Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor (Gwenn), Best Original Story, and Best Screenplay.
|Edmund Gwenn, Natalie Wood, Maureen O'Hara, John Payne, Gene Lockhart, Porter Hall, William Frawley, Jerome Cowan, Philip Tonge.||Written for the screen by George Seaton; story by Valentine Davies; produced by William Perlberg; directed by George Seaton; directors of photography, Charles Clarke and Lloyd Ahern; editor, Robert Simpson; music, Cyril Mockridge.||The holiday season is in full swing when a cultured gentleman with twinkling eyes, an ample belly, and a snowy beard is hired as Macy's department store Santa. He claims his name is Kris Kringle, and soon fills everyone with Christmas spirit-- except for his boss, who's raising her daughter to not believe in Santa. But when Kris is declared insane and put on trial, everyone's faith is put to the test as old and young alike face the age old question: Do you believe in Santa Claus?|
|279||Feature Film||Counsellor at Law (DVD)||81 min||Adapted from the play by Elmer Rice.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1933.
|John Barrymore, Bebe Daniels, Doris Kenyon, Melvyn Douglas, Isabel Jewell, Thelma Todd.||Produced by Carl Laemmle Jr.; screenplay, Elmer Rice; directed by William Wyler; camera, Norbert Brodine; film editor, Daniel Mandell.||High-powered attorney George Simon frantically juggles the scandals, crimes, and crises that pass through the chrome-and-glass doors of his art deco office high in the Empire State Building. Balanced on an ethical tightrope, Simon engages in insider trading and bleeds funds from wealthy clients, while tending to the needs of the less fortunate New Yorkers who come from his own working-class background. A political enemy uncovers a past legal indiscretion and begins disbarment proceedings, causing Simon's socialite wife to seek comfort in the arms of another man. With the unflagging support of his faithful secretary, Simon attempts to exercise his legalistic wizardry to defend his reputation and protect those who rely upon him for justice.|
|280||Feature Film||The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (DVD)||124 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1972.||Paul Newman, Jacqueline Bisset, Tab Hunter, John Huston, Stacy Keach, Roddy McDowall, Anthony Perkins, Victoria Principal, Anthony Zerbe, Ava Gardner.||Produced by John Foreman; screenplay by John Milius; directed by John Huston; music by Maurice Jarre.||Judge Roy Bean is a self-made man who proclaims himself the law west of the Pecos, writes admiring letters to Lily Langtry, and rides into a gun-blaze of glory whooping, "For Texas and Miss Lily!". This film is the tell-tale saga of a frontier legend.|
|281||Feature Film||The Hurricane (DVD)||146 min.||Based on Rubin Carter's autobiography.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1999.
|Denzel Washington, John Hannah, Deborah Kara Unger, Liev Schreiber, Vicellous Reon.||Produced by Armyan Bernstein, John Ketcham, and Norman Jewison; directed by Norman Jewison; screenplay by Armyan Berstein and Dan Gordon.||Fighter Rubin "Hurricane" Carter is convicted of murder at the height of his boxing career and after 20 years in prison, four people go to extraordinary lengths to prove his innocence.|
|282||Feature Film||Wild Things (DVD)||115 min.||Originally released in 1998 as a motion picture.||Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillon, Neve Campbell, Theresa Russell, Denise Richards, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Robert Wagner, Bill Murray.||Produced by Rodney Liber and Steven A. Jones; written by Stephen Peters; directed by John McNaughton; director of photography, Jeffrey L. Kimball; music, George S. Clinton; production designer, Edward T. McAvoy; film editor, Elena Maganini.||A thriller about two high school students, the guidance counselor they accuse of rape, and the detective who knows there's more to the story.|
|283||Feature Film||Carlito's Way (DVD)||145 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1993.||Al Pacino, Sean Penn, Penelope Ann Miller, Luis Guzman, Viggo Mortensen, Ingrid Rogers, John Leguizamo.||Screenplay by David Koepp; produced by Martin Bregman, Willi Baer, and Michael S. Bregman; directed by Brian De Palma; director of photography, Stephen H. Burum; editors, Bill Pankow and Kristina Boden; music, Patrick Doyle.||When Carlito is released from prison on a technicality, he feels that this is his chance to go straight. However, his cronies from the past and younger gangsters who are trying to make a name for themselves, make this impossible.|
|285||Instructional Video||About the United Nations (VHS)||2 hrs. 4 min.||Produced by the United Nations, 1989-1992.||"About the United Nations" is a series of VHS videos providing insight into the issues facing the United Nations today. It includes videos on: Human Rights, Environment and Development, Palestine, Literacy, Africa Recovery, Peacekeeping, and Decolonization.|
|286||Instructional Video||Accounting for Lawyers (VHS)||Set of 3 VHS videotapes of a satellite continuing legal education program presented November 15, 1988.||Co-chairmen Dan L. Goldwasser and Samuel P. Gunther.||Sponsored by Practising Law Institute and Continuing Legal Education Satellite Network.|
|287||Instructional Video||After the Crash (VHS)||60 min.||Episode of the television program Frontline.||Moderated by Jessica Savitch.||Trial resulting from the Pan American Airlines Incident, July 9, 1982.|
|288||Instructional Video||ALI Audiovisual History Project (VHS)||6 hrs.||Produced by the American Law Institute.
Interviews recorded in Washington, D.C.and New York City, 1989-1990.
|Interviewer: Paul A. Wolkin. Interviewees: Professor A. James Casner, Professor Homer Kripke, and Professor Herbert Wechsler.|
|289||Instructional Video||Appellate Advocacy: Model Oral Argument (VHS)||125 min.||Set of 3 VHS videotapes produced in 1984 by the ABA Consortium for Professional Education, American Bar Center
ABA VideoLaw seminars series.
|290||Instructional Video||The Art of Cross-Examination (VHS)||104 min.||Produced by the American Bar Association Section of Litigation in 1977.||Irving Younger||Part 1. The technology of cross-examination: "The what to do" -- Part 2. The art of cross-examination: "How to do it."|
|291||Instructional Video||The Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994: Important Changes and Their Practical Impact (VHS)||228 min.||"CLE TV : The Lawyers' Video Magazine."
Set of 2 videotapes produced in 1994 by the American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education.
|Sally Schultz Neely (moderator), George M. Treister, J. Ronald Trost, Kenneth N. Klee.|
|292||Instructional Video||Bob Berring's Commando Legal Research (VHS)||Set of 9 videotapes: 1. Introduction to cases -- 2. Case finding -- 3. Statutes and administrative materials -- 4. Secondary sources -- 5. Shepard's & on-line research -- 6. Research strategies -- 7. International law -- 8. Income tax -- 9. Securities regulation.
Tapes 7-9 referred to as Specialized Commando Legal Research videotapes.
|293||Instructional Video||California v. Green (VHS)||27 min.||Issued in 1976.||A film by Charles Nesson and Eric Saltzman.||A filmed re-creation of the original narcotics trial which eventually became the U.S. Supreme Court's key statement on the Sixth Amendment and the admissability of a witness's prior statements as substantive evidence.|
|295||Instructional Video||The Case for Innocence (VHS)||90 min.||Originally broadcast in 1999 as a segment of the television program: Frontline.||WGBH Educational Foundation; written, produced and directed by Ofra Bikel.||Frontline examines the cases of those whose protests of innocence could be confirmed by DNA testing, but who may remain imprisoned forever anyway.|
|296||Instructional Video||A Century of Civil Rights Struggle (VHS)||8 videocassettes (530 min.)||Proceedings of a conference held on the UW-Madison campus in November, 1989.
Issued by University of Wisconsin System, Special Assistant to the President for Minority Affairs.
|Herbert Hill, Kenneth Shaw, Donna Shalala, Nathaniel Jones, Carl Grant, Robert L. Carter, Derrick Bell, James Liebman, John Brittan, Gary Orfield, James E. Jones, Julius Chambers, David M. Trubek, Richard Delgado, Aldon Morris, Mari Matsuda, Benita Ramsey, Ronald Takaki, Stanford M. Lyman, Cora Marrett, Reynolds Farley, Kimberle Crenshaw, Patricia Williams, Linda Greene, Eddie Williams.|
|297||Instructional Video||Civil Rights Act of 1964: Hopes and Promises AND Bob Kastenmeier and 1960s Civil Rights Legislation: Leadership through Commitment and Foresight (DVD & VHS)||1 hr. 40 min.||2004 Kastenmeier lecture, held October 29, 2004, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Roger Wilkins and Frank Tuerkheimer, speakers.|
|298||Instructional Video||Clarence Thomas TV Ads (VHS)||Published: Madison, WI: WKOW-TV, 1993.|
|299||Instructional Video||Commonwealth v. Lopinson (VHS)||19 min.||Based upon Pennsylvania v. Lopinson, tried in the Court of Oyer and Terminer for the County of Philadelphia, July Session, 1964; judgment affirmed, 427 Pa. 284 (1967).
Evidence film series of Harvard Law School's Evidence Film Project.
|Richard Sprague, then Chief Prosecuting Attorney in Philadelphia, and defense attorney Charles Peruto recreate part of the trial of a hired killer. The film explores the balance between probative value and prejudicial effect.|
|300||Instructional Video||Computers, Freedom, & Privacy (VHS)||Recorded proceedings of the Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy held March, 1996 at MIT, sponsored by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and World Wide Web Consortium.||Communications Decency Act of 1996 (102 min.) -- Copyright and Freedom of Expression on the Internet (108 min.) -- Limiting Online Speech on Campus (90 min.)|
|301||Instructional Video||Conflicts of Interest in Corporate Transactions: The Leveraged Buyout of the Harris Chemical Company (VHS)||24 min.||The names and events depicted in this video are entirely fictional.||Charlie Isdell, Lorraine Achee, John Opladen, Marvin Halbert, Janet Perry.||Written by Janet Perry; directed and produced by Rhonda Fabian-Rizzuto; executive producer, Caroline M. Simon; camera and lighting, Morris L. Cooperman; concept development, Sheldon Raab and Robert Mundheim.||Highlights ethical dilemnas encountered by lawyers engaged in business transactions. The case study is presented by a videotaped dramatization interspersed with leader and audience discussion of the ethical issues as they arise.|
|302||Instructional Video||Constitutional Conversation (DVD)||57 min.||Recorded Apr. 21, 2005 at the National Archives' McGowan Theater, Washington, D.C.||Host, Tim Russert; panelists, Stephen Bryer, Sandra Day O'Connor, Antonin Scalia.||C-SPAN program organizers: Aspen Institute, National Archives, and National Constitution Center.||Moderated by Tim Russert, justices talk about the role and operation of the Supreme Court, the state of civics knowledge and education, and the evolution of democratic institutions and principles during periods of societal change. They also discuss constitutional interpretation, judicial precedents, federalism, and various issues before the court.|
|303||Instructional Video||Copyright Infringement Mock Trial (VHS)||3 hr. 45 min.||Taped at American Intellectual Property Law Association 1994 annual meeting.|
|304||Instructional Video||Counseling and Negotiation: The Settlement of Lancer v. American Steel Co. (VHS)||21 min.||Published by Commerce Clearing House, Inc., in cooperation with the Center on Professionalism of the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Names and events are fictional.
|Written by Janet G. Perry.|
|305||Instructional Video||The Deposition: A Simulation with Commentary (VHS)||3 hr. 21 min.||Recorded May 13, 1978, in Boston at a national institute sponsored by the ABA Section of Litigation and the Young Lawyers Division.
Published by the ABA Consortium for Professional Education.
|Planned by Edwin J. Wesley and Hugh M. Ray.||A program which simulates a case involving the deposition of a witness. Attorneys taking the deposition step out of their roles to provide an explanation of their approach, which is commented upon by a panel of legal experts.|
|306||Instructional Video||Dilemmas in Legal Ethics (VHS)||74 min.||Published: Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 1984?||Presented by the American Bar Association Consortium for Professional Education.||pt. 1. Interviewing
pt. 2. Counseling
pt. 3. Negotiation
pt. 4. Investigation
pt. 5. Advocacy
|307||Instructional Video||Dispute Resolution and the Courts (VHS)||117 min.||Published: Washington, D.C.: National Institute for Dispute Resolution, 1988.||Case study: Community justice mediation
Case study: Court- ordered arbitration-Minneapolis
Case study: Court-ordered arbitration-Pittsburgh
Case study: Summary jury trial
|308||Instructional Video||Does America still work? (VHS)||57 min.||Published: Alexandria, VA: PBS Video, 1992.
Originally broadcast on PBS in its series, Frontline.
|Correspondent, Jeffrey Madrick.||Producers, Kathleen Hughes and Tom Casciato; executive producer, David Fanning.||At the height of the Rust Belt primaries, Frontline goes to Milwaukee where presidential candidates tap the deep-seated anxiety and insecurity that fuels tensions between American businesses and their employees. This program looks behind the heated political rhetoric to see how companies, workers, and civic leaders are wrestling with global competition and the end of an era of industrial affluence. In a volatile economic climate, what do corporations owe their employees and their communities?|
|309||Instructional Video||Don't Defer that Dream (VHS)||20 min.||Produced by Law School Admission Council/Law School Admission Services.||Encourages African Americans to attend law school.|
|310||Instructional Video||Drug Arbitration: A Demonstration (VHS)||150 min.||Published: Chicago: American Bar Association, 1990.
Sponsored by American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment Law and the ABA Division for Professional Education.
|Moderator: Allen Gross ; arbitrator, Sara A. Adler.||Producer, Annette J. Cook ; directed by G. Hayden Brown.|
|311||Instructional Video||Drug Treatment Courts: Applied Therapeutic Jurisprudence (VHS)||37 min.||Published: Kalamazoo, Mich. : Western Michigan University, 2000.||Moderator: Ron Kramer; Panelists: Peggy Hora, Bruce Winick, David B. Wexler, William Schma.|
|312||Instructional Video||Easerly v. Letwin (VHS)||24 min.||Published: Cambridge, Mass.: Evidence Films, 1977.||A film by Charles Nesson and Eric Saltzman.||Based upon a case tried in New York City wherein a real estate broker sues for his commission based upon a fabricated oral agreement with the buyer, the film depicts the defense attorney's successful attempt to introduce as evidence the plaintiff's identical claims in previous suits.|
|313||Instructional Video||Essays in Justice (VHS)||187 min.||Published: Columbus, OH: Capital University Law and Graduate Center, 1994.||Tape 1. Racial justice / Derrick A. Bell
Tape 2. Health care delivery / Daniel Callahan
Tape 3. Gender-based discrimination and harassment / Karen Lebacqz
|314||Instructional Video||Ethical Issues in Judicial Settlement (VHS)||40 min.||Published: Chicago, Ill.: American Judicature Society and State Justice Institute, 1996.|
|315||Instructional Video||Ethics on Trial (VHS)||Published: Washington, D.C.: Washington Educational Television Association, 1986.||Reported by Fred Graham.|
|316||Instructional Video||Financing Long Term Care (VHS)||70 min.||Published: Madison, WI: Center for Public Representation, 1987.||Consumer information on Medicare, long-term care insurance, Medicaid, and estate planning and estate building.|
|317||Instructional Video||Florida v. Smith: A Trial Training Videotape (DVD & VHS)||Published: New York: American Lawyer/Court TV Video Library Service, 1992.||Includes commentary by Arthur Miller, Burt Neuborne, Starlet Jones, Victoria Toensing, and Cynthia McFadden, Court TV's anchor.||tape 1. Jury selection; Williams rule; Opening statement of Prosecutor Moira Lasch; Opening statement of Defense Attorney Roy Black; Direct examination of Anne Mercer by Moira Lasch; Cross examination of Anne Mercer by Roy Black; Direct examination of alleged victim Patricia Bowman by Moira Lasch.
tape 2. Cross examination of Patricia Bowman by Roy Black; Direct examination of Senator Edward Kennedy by Moira Lasch; Cross examination of Senator Kennedy by Roy Black; Direct examination of defendant William Kennedy Smith by Roy Black; Cross examination of William Kennedy Smith by Moira Lasch; Closing argument of Moira Lasch; Verdict.
|318||Instructional Video||From the Bill of Rights to the Internet: Protecting Privacy Rights and Interests in the New Millennium (VHS)||ca. 143 min.||2000 annual Kastenmeier Colloquium, held April 14, 2000 at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||What is privacy, by Robert Gellman
Privacy, information flows, and balance during a period of rapid transition, by Martin Abrams
Privacy in the digital age, by Deirdre Mulligan
Beyond code for Internet privacy: the first amendment, privacy-as-property, and speech filters, by Paul M. Schwartz
|319||Instructional Video||Going to Court (VHS)||37 min.||Published: Madison, WI:State Bar of Wisconsin, 1988.||Producers and directors, B.G. Abrams and David Brag; writers, B.G. Abrams and Don Itkin; editor, David Braga.||Part one presents a general overview of courtroom practices during a civil court case. It tells what a courtroom looks like, who will be there, what will go on during the trial, and outlines the stages of a trial. Part two discusses proper conduct in and out of the courtroom, the importance of personal appearance, and what to do when testifying on the witness stand in order to make a favorable impression on the jury.||pt. 1. What to expect (19 min.)
pt. 2. What's expected of you (18 min.)
|320||Instructional Video||In Search of the Constitution (VHS)||58 min. per tape||Published: New York : Public Affairs Television, 1987; distributed by PBS Video in 1989.||Bill Moyers.||Senior executive producer, Joan Konner; executive producer, Richard Petrow; director, Vern Diamond; executive editor, Bill Moyers.||In this eleven-part series, Bill Moyers discusses the history of the Constitution, how it has been interpreted, and how it affects nearly every aspect of our lives. Includes conversations with Supreme Court Justices Blackmun, Brennan, O'Connor and Powell, and scholars Ronald Dworkin, Mortimer Adler, and Martin Marty.|| In the beginning
 Mr. Justice Blackmun
 Mortimer Adler, teaching the Constitution
 Mr. Justice Brennan
 Ronald Dworkin, the changing story
 God and the Constitution
 Strictly speaking
 Justice Sandra Day O'Connor
 For the people
 1987 v. the Constitution
 Justice Lewis F. Powell Jr.
|321||Instructional Video||International Law Video Course (VHS)||30 min. per tape||Published: Primos, PA: WTL Productions, 1995.
Each tape is about 30 minutes in length.
|Features scholars and experts in international law from the academic community, the United Nations, the American Society of International Law and other international organizations.||Funded by the U.S. Department of Education; developed by Elizabeth F. Defeis; produced in cooperation with the American Society of International Law.||Tape 1. Nature and sources
Tape 2. States
Tape 3. Law of treaties
Tape 4. Human rights
Tape 5. International organizations
Tape 6. Use of force
Tape 7. Dispute settlement
Tape 8. International criminal law
Tape 9. Global concerns
Tape 10. Economic law
|322||Instructional Video||Introduction to Legal Research (VHS)||10 min.||Published: St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Company, 1989.||How to use the West CD-ROM library.|
|323||Instructional Video||Introduction to Shepardizing (VHS)||22 min.||Published: Colorado Springs, Colo.: Shepard's/McGraw-Hill, 1988.||Shows how Shepard's citators are used to research cases and statutes to locate appropriate citations related to a point of law. Shepard's assists with finding new sources of authority, evaluating the present day value of authorities, and following the history of a case or statute.|
|324||Instructional Video||Law Office Confidentiality (VHS)||9 min.||Published: Madison, Wis.: State Bar of Wisconsin, 1986.||Stresses the importance of protecting a client's confidences. Gives safeguards for protecting both written and oral communication to avoid an embarrassing situation.|
|325||Instructional Video||Law School Admission Test: Sources, Contents, Uses (VHS)||34 min.||Published: Washington, D.C.: Law School Admission Council, Law School Admission Services, 1982.||Directed by Mike Pengra.||Presents a panel of members of the Law School Admission Council discussing the historic and current criteria used to evaluate the LSAT itself, and the scores earned by law school applicants.|
|326||Instructional Video||Legal Advertising: Of the People--By the People--FOR the People? (VHS)||30 min.||A production of the Television Bureau of Advertising in cooperation with the American Bar Association.||Narrated by Howard Cosell.||A review of the findings of the American Bar Association Commission on Advertising.|
|327||Instructional Video||Legal Research Made Easy: A Roadmap through the Law Library Maze (VHS)||2 hrs. 25 min.||Published: Berkeley, CA: Nolo Press, 1990.||produced by Nolo Press and Legal Star Communications; producer, David B. Feldman; director, James Wooden; writers, Robert C. Berring and Ralph Warner.||Legal research expert Robert Berring shows how to use a law library to find needed answers and explains all the basic legal research tools.|
|328||Instructional Video||The Making of a Case (VHS)||10 min.||Published: St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing Co., 1990.
Accompanying "Study Guide for First Year Law Students" in pamphlet box at end of Instructional Video Collection.
|Richard Dysart, Michele Greene.||Describes how court decisions move from the courts to case reporters and then to casebooks.|
|329||Instructional Video||The Media and the Law Roundtable (VHS)||60 min.||Published: Athens, GA: University of Georgia School of Law, 1995.||Presenter: Roberto Cooper Ramo; Moderator: Stephen Gillers; Panelists: Albert Krieger, Michael McCann, Gerald Boyle, Ed Turner, Evan Thomas, David Horowitz, Eric Holder, Linda Fairstein, Ronald Olson, Tony Mauro, Ronald Carlson, John Byrd Martin, and William Lee.||Sponsors: American Bar Association, University of Georgia, School of Law, and Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.||Panel discussion presented in Atlanta, Georgia on Mar 16, 1995. The moderator guides the panelists through a developing hypothetical. The intriguing scenario features a pop music superstar and spokesperson against domestic violence who shot and killed an intruder at her estate.|
|330||Instructional Video||The Model United Nations (VHS)||15 min.||Published: New York: United Nations Publications, 1992.||Cliff Robertson.||Produced by the United Nations and United Nations Association of the United States of America.||Through role-playing the representatives of the UN Member States, young people learn about other countries and cultures while developing a global perspective on issues confronting the world community.|
|331||Instructional Video||Modern Bankruptcy Practice under the 1978 Reform Act (VHS)||4 hrs.||Published: Chicago, Ill.: American Bar Association Consortium for Professional Education, 1979.||Speakers: Richard B. Levin, Jacob Dim, Mitchell W. Miller, Howard A. Patrick.|
|332||Instructional Video||A Negotiation of a Business Transaction (VHS)||33 min.||Published: Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Media Marketing, 1987.
Produced in cooperation with the J. Reuben Clark Law School.
|Series coordinator Gerald R. Williams.|
|333||Instructional Video||A Negotiation of a Divorce Case (VHS)||54 min.||Published: Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1978.
Produced in cooperation with the J. Reuben Clark Law School.
|Directed by Roger S. Olson; series coordinator Gerald R. Williams.||Two attorneys negotiate an initial settlement between their clients in a divorce case.|
|334||Instructional Video||A Negotiation of a Personal Injury Case (VHS)||30 min.||Published: Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1978.
Produced in cooperation with the J. Reuben Clark Law School.
|Series coordinator, Gerald R. Williams; special assistance by Roger G. Croft; instructional developer, David O. McKay Institute; directed by Roger S. Olson.|
|335||Instructional Video||The New Delaware Takeover Statute (VHS)||35 min.||Published: New York: Practising Law Institute, 1988.||Lawrence A. Hamermesh, Thomas J. Allingham, II.|
|336||Instructional Video||A Passion for Justice (VHS)||46 min.||Published: Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, Phi Delta Kappa, 1996.
Recording of the annual Ralph F. Fuchs lecture, delivered April 16, 1996.
|Morris Dees, a world-renowned lawyer, lectures on civil rights.|
|337||Instructional Video||Perfecting Your Appeal: A Civil Case (VHS)||25 min.||Developed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit through its Ad Hoc Advocacy Committee.
Published: Los Angeles: VisionWorks Entertainment, 1995.
|Introduced by Alfred T. Goodwin.||Executive producer, Julia Werner Simon; produced by VisionWorks Entertainment.|
|338||Instructional Video||Pioneers in the Law: The First 150 Women (VHS)||24 min.||Published: Madison, Wis.: State Bar of Wisconsin, Pioneers in the Law Committee, 1998.||Narrated by Greta Van Susteren.||Produced locally by Meg Communications.||Describes the hardships and recognizes the efforts of the first 150 women lawyers to get into the male dominated legal profession.|
|339||Instructional Video||Plea Bargaining : A Negotiation of a Criminal Case (VHS)||28 min.||Published: Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Audio Visual Services, 1987.
Produced in conjunction with the J. Reuben Clark Law School.
|Series coordinator Gerald R. Williams.|
|340||Instructional Video||Points and Authorities: A Legal Career & Interviewing Guide for Minorities (VHS)||38 min.||Published: Chicago: American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area, 1985.|
|342||Instructional Video||The Police Tapes: A Video Documentary (VHS)||89 min.||Published: New York: Video Verité, 1977.||Produced, videotaped and edited by Alan Raymond, and Susan Raymond for WNET/13.||A candid report of the life of the South Bronx's 44th Precinct and its officers' daily confrontation with crime.|
|343||Instructional Video||Preparing for your Compulsory Medical Exam (VHS)||20 min.||Published: Madison, WI: State Bar of Wisconsin, 1989.||Producer, B.G. Abrams; writer and director, David Braga.|
|344||Instructional Video||Preparing for Your Deposition (VHS)||20 min.||Published: Madison, Wis.: State Bar of Wisconsin, 1987.||Producer and director, B. Gary Abrams.||Should be shown to every client prior to having their deposition taken. It will help to alleviate some stress and anxiety during the deposition process. The more they know the better they will perform.|
|345||Instructional Video||Preparing Your Expert Witness (VHS)||45 min.||Published: Madison, Wis.: State Bar of Wisconsin, 1990.||Producer, Gary Abrams.||Discusses questions on which to prepare an expert witness prior to deposition and trial.|
|346||Instructional Video||The Price of Harassment: A Law Firm on Trial (VHS)||45 min.||Published: New York: Courtroom Television Network, 1995.||Correspondent, Fred Graham.||Written and produced by Peter Carbonara.||Chronicles the Weeks v. Baker & McKenzie case in which the defendant, a lawyer, was sued for sexual harrassment as was the law firm that employed him for not actively working to stop the harrassment.|
|347||Instructional Video||ProCD v. Zeidenberg in Context (VHS)||30 min.||Published: Madison, Wis : University of Wisconsin Law School, 2004.||In ProCD Inc. v. Zeidenberg, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit held that shrinkwrap licensing agreements included with software products sold off the shelf are valid contracts under Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code. In this videotape, University of Wisconsin Law School Professor Bill Whitford interviews the defendant, Matthew Zeidenberg, and his attorney, David Austin.|
|348||Instructional Video||Professional Responsibility in Pretrial Litigation: The Morgantown Civic Center Collapse (VHS)||18 min.||Published: Chicago, Ill.: Commerce Clearing House, Inc. in cooperation with the Center on Professionalism of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1990.||William Wise, Anthony Scipio, Melissa McFarlane, Reba Mayo, Tom Crognale, F. Sean Perretta, Tom McLaughlin, Robert D'Agostino, Suzanne Dorf.||Written by Janet G. Perry; produced by Rhonda Fabian; directed by Rob Barron, Rhonda Fabian, and Edmund B. Spaeth, Jr.; camera and lighting, Mike Pearlman; editors, Rhonda Fabian, Jonathan M. Donley, Robert Rizzuto; videotape, Pete Hayes; sound, Ed Walters; consultant, Eleanor W. Myers.|
|349||Instructional Video||Representing the Corporate Client : The Saga of Albinex (VHS)||21 min.||Published: Chicago, Ill.: R & R Video, Commerce Clearing House and Center on Professionalism of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1989.||Tom McLaughlin, Wayne Atchison, Andrew McCosker, Jan Austell, Carmella Spear.||Written and created by Eleanor W. Myers; produced and directed by Rhonda Fabian-Rizzuto; executive producer, Caroline M. Simon; camera and lighting, Morris Cooperman; editor, David A. Schwartz.||Highlights ethical dilemmas encountered by lawyers engaged in corporate counseling, whether participating in-house or in an outside law firm. The case study will be presented by a videotaped dramatization interspersed with leader and audience discussion of the ethical issues as they arise.|
|350||Instructional Video||Sentencing Criminals: After a Quarter Century of Reform, Where Are We? (DVD & VHS)||2 hr. 25 min.||2001 Annual Kastenmeier Colloquium, held March 23, 2001, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Moderator: Thomas Hutchison; panelists: Douglas Berman, Michael E. Smith, and John Steer.|
|351||Instructional Video||Text, Sighs, and Videotape: Sample Conferences that Present Special Challenges to Teachers (VHS)||63 min.||Prepared for use in the training course for Legal Writing Teaching Assistants at the Law School of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.||Introduction by Mary Barnard Ray.||Ten sample conferences with students.|
|352||Instructional Video||Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Practice (VHS)||58 min.||Produced by Western Michigan University in 2001.||William G. Schma interviews attorney Richard Halpert.|
|353||Instructional Video||The Travel Agency Problem (VHS)||Teachers manual in pamphlet box at end of Instructional Video Collection.
Published: Los Angeles: Master Productions in cooperation with Loyola of Los Angeles Law School, 1989-1997.
Series: Attorney/Client Interviewing and Counseling.
|Written, produced and directed by Michael E. Wolfson.||Pt. 1. Interviewing the client
Pt. 2. Counseling the client.
|354||Instructional Video||Trial of a Criminal Case (VHS)||10 hr. 52 min.||Published: Madison, WI: State Bar of Wisconsin, 1982.||Faculty: Angela B. Bartell, William H. Coffey, Allan J. Deehr, E. Michael McCann, William G. Retert, Thomas P. Schneider.|
|355||Instructional Video||The Trial of an Extra Contractual Damages Case (VHS)||2 hr. 55 min.||Published: Chicago, Ill.: American Bar AssociationConsortium for Professional Education, 1982.
Presented by the American Bar Association Consortium for Professional Education in cooperation with the Tort and Insurance Practice Section.
Study guide in pamphlet box at end of Instructional Video Collection.
|tape 1. Motions in limine
tape 2. Examination of the insured
tape 3. Examination of insured's former bookkeeper - defense witness
tape 4. Closing arguments
|356||Instructional Video||Understanding Medicare: Part B, Cost-Sharing (VHS)||Produced: Madison, Wis.: Center for Public Representation, 1988.||Written by Michael Klug.|
|357||Instructional Video||Upholding an Oath to the Constitution: A Legislator's Responsibilities (DVD & VHS)||90 min.||17th Thomas E. Fairchild lecture, University of Wisconsin Law School, Apr. 22, 2005.||Presenter: Russ Feingold|
|358||Instructional Video||The Vanishing family--Crisis in Black America (VHS)||64 min.||Originally shown on the television program: CBS Reports. Published: New York: Carousel Film and Video, 1986.||Producer and director, Ruth C. Streeter.||Looks at the disintegration of the strong Black family of twenty-five years ago, telling how now half of all Black families are headed by a single parent and that 60 percent of all Black children are born out of wedlock. Reporter Bill Moyers talks to Blacks in a Newark, N.J., ghetto in order to show the consequences of these problems.|
|359||Instructional Video||A Video Tour of the CCH Standard Federal Tax Reporter (VHS)||23 min.||Published: Chicago: CCH Inc., 1994.||Instructional video showing how to use the CCH Standard federal tax reporter, including how to research by number, by subject, or by case name.|
|360||Instructional Video||Visions of Excellence (VHS)||Published: Rochester, N.Y.: Lawyers Cooperative Publishing, 1994.
Sponsored by the American Inns of Court.
|Trial of William Shakespeare
Preparing and taking depositions the right way and the wrong way
Persona non grata, or, Am I my sibling's keeper?
Meet the press: lawyers, judges, ethics and the news media
Judge baiting, error creating and other ethical conundrums
Technology in the courtroom
Preparation, direct & cross examination of a difficult witness
Effective jury selection techniques
Sex, discovery and Uncle Sam
Lies, delusions and treachery
|361||Instructional Video||The West Education Network (VHS)||39 min.||Published: Eagen, MN: West Group, 1998.
Kit contains video, paper guide and paper table of contents sheet.
|Describes the company's Web-based legal education subscription service.||Making the connection
Using TWEN: a guide for professors
|362||Instructional Video||West's Introduction to Legal Research (VHS)||79 min.||Published: St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 1987.||Explains the legal resources published by West.||1. Introduction
2. Case law reporters
6. Secondary material
7. Special searches
8. Putting it all together
|363||Instructional Video||What Went Wrong? Conversations with Disciplined Lawyers: A Documentary (VHS)||60 min.||Published: Birmingham, MI: Distributed by Weil Productions, 1985.||By Lawrence Dubin.||A one hour video documentary about lawyers who have been disciplined for acts of misconduct.|
|364||Instructional Video||Will the Death Penalty Remain Alive in the Twenty-first Century? International Norms, Discrimination, Arbitrariness, and the Risk of Executing the Innocent (DVD & VHS)||90 min.||12th Thomas E. Fairchild lecture,presented at the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2000.||Lecturer: Stephen B. Bright.|
|365||Instructional Video||Willard Hurst: Chastened Progressive (VHS)||60 min.||Address presented at University of Wisconsin Law School, June 28, 2005, by Robert W. Gordon.||Presenter: Robert W. Gordon|
|366||Instructional Video||The Wisconsin Idea and Legal Research: From the ASSA to Willard Hurst (VHS)||60 min.||Address given at University of Wisconsin Law School, Apr. 26, 2005.||Presented by Christopher L. Tomlins.||In this talk Dr. Tomlins traces the intellectual origins of the Wisconsin Idea to the first sustained encounters of law with social science in post-Civil War United States. (The American Social Science Association (ASSA) was established in 1865.) He then explores two twentieth century variations on the Wisconsin Idea: the law and economics scholarship of John R. Commons, and the law and society scholarship of Willard Hurst.|
|367||Instructional Video||You and the Commercial (VHS)||50 min.||Taped from a KCET, Los Angeles, broadcast of April 26, 1973.||Documentary about television advertising.|
|368||Instructional Video||You and Your Deposition (VHS)||25 min.||Published: Madison, WI: Capital Three Productions, 1987.||Elizabeth Beale, Jack Howard, Carol Rathe, Carl Ames.||Narrated by Gary Kobs; written by Richard Rashke; produced and directed by David Brega.|
|369||Instructional Video||Your Divorce Deposition (VHS)||21 min.||Published: Madison, WI: State Bar of Wisconsin, 1989.||This program presents a proven method to aid attorney preparation of clients prior to depositions in divorce cases which will result in better testimony.|
|370||Instructional Video||Anatomy of a Civil Trial: 1989 First Annual Institute of Trial Practice (VHS)||Published: Milwaukee, Wis.: American Board of Trial Advocates, Wisconsin Chapter, 1989.||Tape 1. Motions in limine / Alan E. Gesler ; Voir dire / Paul H. Grimstad
Tape 2. Defendant's liability summary and direct examination of defendant's reconstruction expert / Daniel R. Riordan ; Cross examination of defendant's reconstruction expert / Ted M. Warshafsky
Tape 3. Plaintiff's damages summary and direct examination of plaintiff's orthopod / Kenan J. Kersten ; Cross examination of plaintiff's orthopod / Eugene O. Gehl
Tape 4. Plaintiff's closing argument / Robert L. Habush ; Defendant's closing argument / James P. O'Neill
|371||Instructional Video||Deposition, Bill Gates: Case, U.S.A. v. Microsoft Corp. (VHS)||17 hr. 21 min.||Published: Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, 1998.||Videotape deposition of Bill Gates in the Microsoft offices in Redmond, Washington.||August 27, 1998 (4 tapes)
August 28, 1998 (4 tapes)
Sept. 2, 1998 (3 tapes)
|372||Instructional Video||Millennium Evenings at the White House: Honor the Past, Imagine the Future (VHS)||Presented by the White House Millennium Council, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Sun Microsystems.||A series of lectures and cultural showcases presented by the White House in 1998 and 1999 to highlight American creativity and inventiveness through ideas, art, and scientific discoveries.||1. The living past: commitments for the future, by Bernard Bailyn (64 min.)
2. Imagination and change: science in the next millennium, by Stephen Hawking (71 min.)
3. A celebration of poetry in American life (87 min.)
4. Jazz, an expression of democracy (88 min.)
5. The meaning of the millennium, by Natalie Zemon Davis and Martin E. Marty (102 min.)
6. Women as citizens: vital voices through the century (118 min.)
7. The perils of indifference: lessons from a violent century, by Elie Wiesel (113 min.)
|373||Instructional Video||Operation Cooperation (VHS)||30 min.||Produced and managed by Institute for Justice; William Cunningham, Science Applications International Corporation; and Peter Ohlhausen, Ohlhausen Research, Inc.
Published: Washington, D.C.: ?b Bureau of Justice Assistance, 2001.
|Video host: Kristina Rose.||Directed and edited by Corporate New Media Solutions, Science Applications International Corporation.||A discussion of various cooperative endeavors between law enforcement agencies and private security organizations.|
|374||Instructional Video||A Lawyer Made in Heaven: The Virgil Hawkins Story (DVD)||57 min.||Produced by Larry Dubin; narrated by Barbara Jordan.||A documentary which describes the life of Florida civil rights pioneer Virgil Hawkins.|
|375||Instructional Video||I stand by the accused (DVD)||29 min.||Written and produced by Larry Dublin.||Criminal defense lawyers and others discuss the role of the criminal defender.|
|376||Feature Film||Evelyn (DVD)||95 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002.
Based on a true story.
|Pierce Brosnan, Aidan Quinn, Julianna Margulies, Stephen Rea, John Lynch, Sophie Vavasseur, Alan Bates.||Producers, Pierce Brosnan, Beau St. Clair, Michael Ohoven; writer, Paul Pender; director, Bruce Beresford; director of photography, André Fleuren; editor, Humphrey Dixon; music composer, Stephen Endelman; costume designer, Joan Bergin; production designer, John Stoddart.||In 1953, Desmond Doyle takes on the Irish family law system and the Catholic Church in a bid to be reunited with his children. Despite a strong work ethic, Desmond has a hard time holding on to steady work. Desmond's wife walks out on the relationship and his sporadic employment eventually attracts the attention of the law. A court order sends his two sons and young daughter to separate Catholic orphanages until Desmond can prove he's capable of properly supporting them. However, Desmond discovers merely getting work is not enough to bring his children back to him.|
|377||Feature Film||Law & Order (Television program). Seasons 1-20 (DVD)||20 box sets||Originally broadcast on television 1990-2010.||S. Epatha Merkerson, Sam Waterston, Steven Hill, Jerry Orbach, Jesse L. Martin.||Executive producer, creator, Dick Wolf.||In New York City, when a crime is committed, the victims are represented by two distinct yet intertwined forces. There's the police department, represented by the 27th precinct Homicide Detectives. It is their job to investigate the crime, collect evidence, and interview witnesses. Suspects are placed under arrest. The matter is then taken over by the prosecutors of the Manhattan District Attorney's office.|
|381||Instructional Video||Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (DVD)||1 hr. 50 min.||Based on the book "The smartest guys in the room" by Peter Elkind and Bethany McLean.
Originally released in 2005.
Special features: Feature commentary with writer/director Alex Gibney; deleted scenes; the making of 'Enron: the smartest guys in the room'; conversations with Bethany McLean and Peter Elking ; Firesign Theatre present: "The fall of Enron"; addition Enron skits (selections from discovered scripts); "Higher definition": the Enron show; where are they now?; a gallery of Enron cartoons; the original Fortune magazine articles; an index of websites with the latest information.
|Director of photography, Maryse Alberti; narrator, Peter Coyote; editor, Alison Ellwood; original music, Matthew Hauser.||The inside story of one of history's greatest business scandals, in which top executives of America's seventh largest company walked away with over one billion dollars, while investors and employees lost everything.|
|382||Instructional Video||Beyond the Border (Más Allá de la Fronter) (DVD)||Documentary film.
In English and Spanish with English and Spanish subtitles.
|Director/producer, Ari Luis Palos; producer, Eren Isabel McGinnis; editor, Jacob Bricca; composer, Gil Sánchez.||Traces the painful transition made by four sons in the Ayala family who leave their close-knit family in Mexico to seek a better life in Kentucky. Struggling to fit in, they find a different version of the American dream.|
|383||Instructional Video||The Iraq War: Lessons from the Past (DVD & VHS)||2005 Kastenmeier lecture, presented in conjunction with the Wisconsin Union Directorate, and held November 14, 2005, at the University of Wisconsin Memorial Union.||Introduction by Robert Kastenmeier. Speech by George McGovern.||Former presidential candidate George McGovern spoke on the need for a new Democratic platform based on solid liberal ideals and ending the war in Iraq. He laid out a seven-point plan for how he'd reform the country. McGovern compared the current war in Iraq to the Vietnam War. He alleged that the war in Iraq serves the interests of a minority of rich power holders, but is paid for in tax dollars and American blood.|
|384||Feature Film||Traffic in Souls (DVD)||88 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1913.
Silent film with intertitles and musical soundtrack.
|Jane Gail, Matt Moore, Ethel Grandin.||Director, George Loane Tucker; screenplay, Walter MacNamara; musical setting, Philip Carli.||Produced when social problem dramas were popular, the film is set against the white slavery rackets of the 1910s. This film is the dramatization of the John D. Rockefeller white slavery report and the investigation of District Attorney Whitman.|
|385||Feature Film||North Country (DVD)||2 hr. 3 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2005.
Based on the book "Class Action: The Story of Lois Jensen and the Landmark Case that Changed Sexual Harassment Law" by Clara Bingham and Laura Leedy.
|Charlize Theron, Elle Peterson, Thomas Curtis, Frances McDormand, Sean Bean, Woody Harrelson, Jeremy Renner, Richard Jenkins, Sissy Spacek.||Produced by Nana Greenwald, Jeff Skoll, and Nick Wechsler; screenplay by Michael Seitzman; directed by Niki Caro; director of photography, Chris Menges; art director, Gregory S. Hooper; editor, David Coulson; music, Gustavo Santaolalla; costume designer, Cindy Evans; production designer, Richard Hoover; visual effects supervisor, Eric Durst.||Josey Aimes needs a job and goes to work at a Minnesota steel mine after splitting with her violent husband. But the job proves to be almost as harrowing as her marriage. The male miners are resentful of women taking their jobs, so the men verbally abuse and play humiliating pranks on the female miners. After being physically assaulted by a coworker, Josey tries to fight against the harassment, but none of the other women will join her case for fear that things will only get worse. A fictionalized account of the first major successful sexual harassment case in the U.S. - Jenson vs. Eveleth Mines, where a woman who endured a range of abuse while working as a miner filed and won a landmark 1984 lawsuit.|
|386||Instructional Video||Murder on a Sunday Morning (DVD)||111 min.||Release of a 2001 French documentary film, released there as Un coupable idéal.
Academy Award, 2002: Best documentary, feature.
|Director, Jean-Xavier de Lestrade; produceer, Denis Poncet; camera, Isabelle Razavet; music, Helen Blazy; editors, Pascal Vernier and Pagnar Van Leyden.||When a 15-year-old black male is arrested for the murder of Mary Ann Stephens, everyone involved in the case--from investigators to journalists--is ready to condemn him, except for his public defence lawyer, Patrick McGuiness. A true tale of murder and injustice.|
|387||Instructional Video||The Plea (DVD)||90 min.||Originally broadcast June 17, 2004 on the PBS Television series Frontline.||Writer, producer and director, Ofra Bikel; editor, Karen K.H. Sim; narrator, Will Lyman; camera, Mark Molesworth and Bob Perrin; music, Thomas Rutishauser.||Examines the prevalence of plea bargaining in the American justice system, and the failures of justice that result when the practice is misused. Nearly 95 percent of all cases resulting in felony convictions never reach a jury, but instead are settled through plea bargains, in which a defendant agrees to plead guilty in exchange for a reduced sentence. Critics contend that the push to resolve cases through plea bargains jeopardizes the constitutional rights of defendants, who may be pressured to admit their guilt whether they are guilty or not.|
|388||Instructional Video||10th District Court (DVD)||107 min.||French dialogue, English subtitles.
Special features: Discussion of film shoot by Raymond Depardon; deleted scenes; audience debate at theatrical release; original French trailer.
|Produced by Palmeraie & Desert and France 2 Cinema with the participation of Canal+; directed by Raymond Depardon.||The subtle details of human behavior and the issues of guilt, innocence, law enforcement, and racial perceptions are highlighted in this unprecedented look inside the French legal system.|
|389||Instructional Video||Thomas E. Fairchild: A Judge's Legacy (DVD & VHS)||90 min.||18th Thomas E. Fairchild lecture, University of Wisconsin Law School, Apr. 21, 2006.||Lecture by the Honorable Joan Humphrey Lefkow of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.||Judge Lefkow, who was one of Judge Fairchild's clerks, spoke in honor of her mentor. The talk took the form of a "walk down memory lane," in which Judge Lefkow shared her own memories of working with Judge Fairchild as well as the memories of her fellow clerks, who had sent their contributions to her in advance. Judge Lefkow's two current clerks, Jordan Russell and Jed Roher, stood with her as the three of them gave a dramatic presentation, taking the voices of Judge Fairchild and his clerks, many of whom were in the audience at the well-attended event. Roher, who read the lines of Judge Fairchild, is a third-year student at the UW Law School. As the lecture was about to begin, Judge Fairchild himself entered the room to a standing ovation.|
|390||Instructional Video||Facing Life: The Re-Trial of Evan Zimmerman (DVD)||100 min.||An A&E documentary special.||Evan Zimmerman was accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend, and a jury found him guilty. But Zimmerman made it back to court after he was able to show that his initial lawyer was so ineffective he deserved a new trial. "Facing Life" captures the harrowing experience as the new trial unfolds. From the defense team's strategizing to the 11th-hour moves and the shattering conclusion, see how the tortuous process affected Zimmerman, who was nearly driven insane by the thought of going to prison again for a crime he said he did not commit. Zimmerman's attorneys were Keith Belzer of La Crosse and Keith Findley, a UW-Madison law professor. Zimmerman spent three years in prison before he was released on bond. Zimmerman is the fourth inmate freed through the efforts- of Findley's group, the Wisconsin Innocence Project, which operates out of the UW-Madison Law School.|
|391||Instructional Video||Litigating Disaster (DVD)||58 min.||In English with segments in Hindi with English subtitles.||Interviewers: Amos Cohen and Joshua Kaliner.||Photography, Onne van der Wal; editor, Ana Crenovich; music, Joel Diamond.||The worst and deadliest chemical disaster of all time occurred in 1984 in Bhopal, India. Vast amounts of toxic gas leaked from the Union Carbide pesticide factory, killing thousands of people and poisoning hundreds of thousands of others. This film documents this tragedy and presents the legal evidence assembled against Union Carbide including never before seen documents and exclusive interviews with former Union Carbide officers.|
|392||Instructional Video||Justice and the Generals (VHS)||85 min.||Originally broadcast on PBS February 21, 2002.||Written, produced, directed, and narrated by Gail Pellett.||On December 2, 1980, three nuns (Ita Ford, Maura Clarke, and Dorothy Kazel) and one lay worker (Jean Donovan) were abducted, raped, and murdered by El Salvadoran National Guardsmen. This documentary covers the initial investigation, the trial of the Guardsmen, and later attempts to bring to justice the military leaders (Carlos Eugenio Vides Casanova, director of the National Guard, and Jose Guillermo Garcia, head of the Ministry of Defense) who ordered the murders.|
|393||Instructional Video||Indictment (VHS)||72 min.||In French with English subtitles.||A film by Henri de Latour.||On August 26, 1998, Stéphane and Fabrice surrender to the police, confessing to the murder of Mustapha K. committed three days earlier in the village of Vendargues, France. After 48 hours in custody they are brought up in front of the magistrate (prosecutor), Dominique Voglimacci. He is in charge of interrogating the suspects and witnesses, to bring the truth to light or, at least, to get as close to it as possible.|
|394||Instructional Video||The Pinochet Case (VHS)||110 min.||In English and Spanish with English subtitles.||Narration, Michael Morris.||Editor, Claudio Martínez; photography and camera, Jacques Bouquin; advisors, Renate Sachse, Ernesto Ekaizer; editing collaboration, Suzana Rossberg.||Investigates the legal case against Augusto Pinochet for crimes against humanity.|
|395||Instructional Video||No Silence in This Court (VHS)||52 min.||French narration; in Gujarati with English subtitles.
Originally produced in 2000.
|Director, Elisabeth Dubreuil; producer, Annick Lemonnier; director of photography, Philippe Thomas; editor, Bruno Esquirol; music, Leito dje dje.||In the Indian state of Gujurat there operates an institution started by Harivallabh Pari?kh called Open Court. It is a court where anyone can take the floor and justice is dispensed regardless of caste. This film tells of the history of this court and its impact on the community.|
|396||Feature Film||Crimes and Misdemeanors (DVD)||104 min.||Originally issued as a motion picture in 1989.
Special features: Original theatrical trailer; enhanced for widescreen TVs.
|Martin Landau, Anjelica Huston, Woody Allen, Joanna Gleason, Alan Alda, Caroline Aaron, Claire Bloom, Mia Farrow, Jenny Nichols, Jerry Orbach, Sam Waterston.||Writer & director, Woody Allen; producer, Robert Greenhut; editor, Susan E. Morse; director of photography, Sven Nykvist; executive producers, Jack Rollins & Charles H. Joffe.||Weaving together several different stories about people's lives, loves, perceptions, and ideals, this examines some of the toughest questions surrounding human nature.|
|397||Instructional Video||Our Constitution: A Conversation (DVD)||30 min.||Created by The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands in partnership with the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.||United States Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O'Connor and Stephen Breyer talk about the Constitution with high school students and discuss why we have and need a constitution, what federalism is, how implicit and explicit rights are defined and how separation of powers ensures that no one branch of government obtains too much power.||Introduction -- Teaching the Constitution -- Why have a constitution? -- Helping to solve problems -- The power of precedent -- Moral values/Decision-making -- Separation of powers -- Relevance today -- Federalism -- Individual liberty vs. security -- Most influential cases -- Court decision making -- Conclusion.|
|398||Instructional Video||Mandate: The President and the People (DVD)||35 min.||In English with subtitles in English and Spanish.||Narrated by Lesley Stahl.||Examines the long and complex relationship between the presidency and public opinion. Scholars explore decisive moments in the history of the presidency from George Washington to FDR.||The founding Fathers through President Jackson -- President Lincoln and the Civil War -- President Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal.|
|399||Instructional Video||Key Constitutional Concepts (DVD)||60 min.||Created by The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands in partnership with the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.
Subtitled in English and Spanish.
|These three 20- minute videos examine key constitutional concepts. The first explains why the nation's framers created the Constitution. The second describes the protection of individual rights by highlighting the Supreme Court case of Gideon v. Wainwright, affirming the right to an attorney. The last explores the separation of powers by examining the Supreme Court case of Youngstown v. Sawyer, a challenge to President Truman's decision to take over steel mills during the Korean War.||Part 1: Creating a constitution -- Part 2: One man changes the constitution, Gideon v. Wainwright -- Part 3: Checks and balances, Youngstown v. Sawyer.|
|400||Instructional Video||Founding Fathers (DVD)||200 min.||Hosted by Roger Mudd ; featuring the voices of James Woods (John Adams), Brian Dennehy (George Washington), Hal Holbrook (Benjamin Franklin), Burt Reynolds (Patrick Henry), Randy Travis (James Madison), Beau Bridges (Samuel Adams), Michael York (Thomas Paine & Alexander Hamilton), and Peter Coyote (Thomas Jefferson).||Narrated by Edward Herrmann; produced by MPH Entertainment Inc. for The History Channel.||They were the most legendary and respected politicians, statesmen and warriors of history's first republic since the days of ancient Rome. They were also traitors and smugglers, rabble rousers and hot-heads, unfaithful husbands and prodigious drinkers. Our founding fathers were, in fact, human beings. Gain a fascinating glimpse behind the images on the marble busts and faces on our dollar bills and pocket change.||Disc. 1. Rebels with a cause; Taking liberties -- Disc. 2. You say you want a revolution?, A healthy constitution.|
|401||Instructional Video||Founding Brothers (DVD)||200 min.||Based on the book "Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation," by Joseph J. Ellis.||Host, Roger Mudd; narrator, Edward Herrmann; featuring the voices of Peter Coyote, James Woods, Brian Dennehy, Michael York, Rob Lowe, Hal Holbrook.||Executive producers, Jim Milio, Melissa Jo Peltier, Mark Hufnail; producer, Kelly McPherson; directors, Jim Milio, Mark Hufnail.||Volume 1 begins with a look at two of the many crises faced by George Washington during his term as America's first president. At a time when any conflict had the potential to dissolve the fragile union, Washington surrounded himself with brilliant men who were bound by their undying devotion to America, but who were often bitterly divided about how best to serve their common cause. Volume 2 explores the ideological conflict that existed between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton and highlights Washington's farewell address. Volume 3 portrays the bitterly contested presidential election of 1796 and the difficult administration of John Adams. Volume 4 concludes with the poignant tale of the reconciliation between Adams and Jefferson, and the story of the famous duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr.|
|402||Feature Film||The Exonerated (DVD)||90 min.||Originally broadcast on television in 2005.
Special features: Actor's soundbites; from the writers; actor & exoneree bios; background story.
|Brian Dennehy, Danny Glover, Delroy Lindo, Aidan Quinn, Susan Sarandon.||Produced bt Greg Schultz and Steven Tabaki; written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen; directed by Bob Balaban; director of photography, Rufus Standefer; editor, Andy Kier; music, David Robbins.||The undeniable power of the true stories of six exonerated survivors of death row will engage your emotion, incite your passion, and envelope you in their search for the lost pieces of dignity and the lives that were interrupted.|
|403||Instructional Video||An Oral History of Clinical Legal Education. Part 1. Seeds of Change (DVD)||53 min.||Executive producer and narrator, J.P. "Sandy" Ogilvy; senior interviewer and video producer, Charles W. Hall.||This volume uses archival material and oral history interviews of some of the pioneers of the modern clinical legal education movement to explore the history of clinical legal education in American law schools from the founding of the republic through the late 1960s and early 1970s.|
|404||Instructional Video||Saddam Hussein Trial (DVD)||48 min.||Recorded Dec. 6, 2005 in Washington, D.C. as a segment of the program Washington Journal.||Speaker: Michael P. Scharf; host: Paul Orgel.||Prof. Scharf, advisor to the Iraqi special tribunal presiding over Saddam Hussein's trial, speaks about the trial and the leeway given by the judge to the uncontrollable defendant. He takes questions from callers.|
|405||Instructional Video||Intimacy, Marriage, Race, and the Meanings of Equality (DVD) : Perspectives on the 40th Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia||Symposium sponsored by the Wisconsin Law Review and held November 10-11, 2006, at the Monona Terrace Convention Center and the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Introduction / Victoria Nourse -- On intimacy, immigration and subordination / Jennifer Chacon -- On interracial marriage / Reginald Oh -- Loving in contradiction panel discussion -- Keynote address / Rachel Moran -- On tribal miscegenation laws / Carla Pratt -- On the changes in rates of interracial marriage among different groups in the aftermath of Loving / Richard Banks -- On the portrayal of interracial relationships in the entertainment industry / Angela Onwuachi-Willig -- On interracial relationships as cultural evangelism / Rashmi Goel -- On race and family / Tonya Brito -- On the rationale behind the Loving decision / Tucker Culbertson -- On 'sameness' as a way to advance gay rights in the public discourse / Catherine Smith -- On the analogy of Loving to same-sex marriages / Adele Morrison -- On the challenges of critical consciousness within the context of interracial relationships in America -- Loving reconsidered panel discussion.|
|406||Feature Film||The Story of Qiu Ju (DVD)||100 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1992. Based on the novel "The Wan family's lawsuit" by Chen Yuan Bin.||Gong Li, Lei Lao Sheng, Liu Pei Qi, Ge Zhi Jun, Ye Jun, Yang Liu Chun.||Directed by Zhang Yimou; produced by Ma Fung Kwok; screenplay by Liu Heng; directors of photography, Chi Xiao Ning and Yu Xiao Qun; editor, Du Yuan ; costume designer, Tong Hua Miao; art director, Cao Jiu Ping.||An ordinary, courageous woman in a small villlage fights against the system in her quest for justice.|
|407||Instructional Video||Principles for Enhancing Legal Education (VHS)||30 min.||Produced at Gonzaga University School of Law's Institute for Law School Teaching.
Accompanying binder in general stacks at: KF/272/H46/2001.
|Gernald Hess, Paula Lustbader, and Laurie Zimet.|
|408||Instructional Video||Teach to the Whole Class: Barriers and Pathways to Learning (VHS)||34 min.||Produced at Gonzaga University School of Law's Institute for Law School Teaching.
Accompanying binder in general stacks at: KF/264/T43/1997.
|Developed by Paula Lustbader, Laurie Zimet,and Gerry Hess.||Law school students discuss classroom experiences that interfered with their ability to learn and experiences that enhanced their learning. Barriers to learning presents teachers lack of sensitivity toward students and pathways to learning reinforces positive teaching methods.|
|409||Instructional Video||A Day in the Life of Law School Teaching (VHS)||Produced by Gonzaga University School of Law's Institute for Law School Teaching.||Produced by Larry Dubin.|
|410||Instructional Video||China from the Inside (DVD)||240 min.||Originally broadcast on PBS in 2006.||A series of four documentaries that survey China through Chinese eyes to see how history has shaped them, and where the present is taking them. Deals with the governance of China; talks about the past and future for Chinese women; looks at China's environmental challenges; explores China's conflict between personal freedom and governance.-||Power and the people -- The women -- Shifting nature -- Freedom and justice.|
|411||Instructional Video||Up for Grabs: The (Historical [crossed out]) Hysterical Battle for the Bonds Ball (DVD)||89 min.||Written, produced, and directed by Michael Wranovics; executive producers, Robert Petrie, Helen Woo, Christopher Parry; co-producers, Michael Lindenberger, Josh Keppel.||Production exposes the custody fight over Barry Bonds' record-setting 73rd home run ball. From the embattled litigants who wouldn't settle, to the impassioned eyewitnesses and their contradictory accounts, to the bemused reporters who covered the bizarre case, Wranovics presents a cast of characters who prove that truth is funnier than fiction.|
|412||Instructional Video||A Hard Straight (DVD)||74 min.||Regina Allen, Richard "Smiley" Martinez, Aaron Shephard.||Camera, Goro Toshima; editor, Kim Roberts.||Shot on location in Los Angeles and San Francisco over a period of two years, producer Goro Toshima documents the successes and failures of three prison parolees.|
|413||Instructional Video||The Supreme Court ( 4 DVDs)||240 min.||As seen on Public Television.||Narrated by David Strathairn.||Series producer, Mark Zwonitzer; director, Thomas Lennon; writers, Mark Zwonitzer and Richard Ben Cramer; executive producer, Jody Sheff; executive in charge, William R. Grant.||"The series charts the court's unique evolution, using archival footage and innovative graphic techniques to help audiences grasp complex legal concepts. Interviews with some of the greatest legal minds in the country as well as exclusive access to the court, help personalize the justices while providing context to key decisions and hot-button issues of the day."||v. 1. One nation under law -- v. 2. A new kind of justice -- v. 3. A nation of liberties -- v. 4. The Rehnquist revolution.|
|414||Instructional Video||Berring on Legal Research (DVD)||2 hr. 45 min.||Set of 2 DVDs.
In-depth podcasts of some of the topics covered in these videos can be downloaded from www.berringlegalresearch.com.
|Bob Berring holds the Walter Perry Johnson Professorship at Boalt Hall Law School, University of California, Berkeley.||Published by West Group.||Disc 1. Introduction -- Why legal research is so important -- The deep principles -- Judicial reports -- The three part court structure -- The structure of an opinion -- The format -- Finding cases : after context -- Final thoughts -- Disc 2. Thinking about research -- Statutes : the context -- Federal statutes : At Large -- Federal statutes : Code -- Federal statutes : Annotated -- Finding federal statutes -- Federal statutes : legislative history -- State statutes - a few words -- Administrative law -- Secondary sources -- Research rules.|
|415||Instructional Video||In Search of the Second Amendment: A Documentary (DVD)||111 min.||Joyce Malcolm, Glenn Reynolds, Eugene Volokh, Randy Barnett, Daniel Polsby, Nelson Lund, Nicholas Johnson, Brannon Denning, Akhil Amar, Robert Cottrol, Sanford Levinson, Gary Kleck, Sandy Froman, Carol Bambery, Steven Halbrook, David Kopel, Don Kates, Roy Innis, Clayton Cramer.||Produced and directed by David T. Hardy; audio postproduction by Jason Miller.||In search of the Second Amendment tells the story through interviews with professors of constitutional law, historians, and legal experts, together with original historical documents, many never before filmed.|
|416||Feature Film||Bleak House (2005) (DVD)||7 hr. 45 min.||Set of 3 DVDs.
Based on the novel by Charles Dickens.
Contains all 15 episodes from the 2005 television mini-series.
|Anna Maxwell Martin, Denis Lawson, Carey Mulligan, Gillian Anderson, Tom Georgeson, Charles Dance, Lilo Baur, Pauline Collins, Charlie Brooks, Burn Gorman, Harry Eden, Tony Haygarth, Alistair McGowan, Sean McGinley, Patrick Kennedy, John Lynch, Nathaniel Parker, Anne Reid, Natalie Press, Liza Tarbuck, Roberta Taylor, Ian Richardson, Johnny Vegas, Timothy West, Warren Clarke, Joanna David, Richard Harrington, Richard Griffiths, Bryan Dick, Matthew Kelly, Alun Armstrong, Catherine Tate, Robert Pugh, Phil Davis, Michael Smiley, Hugo Speer, Tim Dantay, Dermot Crowley, Sheila Hancock.||Directed by Justin Chadwick; screenplay by Andrew Davies; produced by Nigel Stafford-Clark; director of photography, Kiernan McGuigan; editor, Paul Knight (episodes 1-9) and Jason Krasucki (episodes 10-15); music, John Lunn.||Charles Dickens' biting social commentary on the justice system of 19th century England. The infamous Jarndyce case has been dragging through the courts for years, ruining lives and leaving entire families devastated. John Jarndyce, a good-natured country gentleman, refuses to let it control his life. But one of his wards is not so fortunate. Like so many before him, the young man gets caught up in the labrynthine suit and the intrigue that surrounds it. A powerful tale of greed and social decay.|
|417||Feature Film||Rumpole of the Bailey: The Complete Series (14 DVDs)||35 hrs.||Based on John Mortimer's books.
Special features: feature-length bonus movie "Rumpole's return"; Mortimer's musings: an interview with John Mortimer; Mckern's memories with actress Abigail Mckern (daughter of Leo McKern); Episode introductions with John Mortimer; Spot the Barrister highlighting John Mortimer's impromptu appearances; newspaper evidence; John Mortimer biography; John Mortimer bibliography and selected credits; about the Old Bailey; Official executioners of Newgate Prison.
|Leo McKern as Rumpole.||Written by John Mortimer; produced by Irene Shubik and Jacqueline Davis; directed by Robert Knights.||All the episodes of the Thames Television program Rumpole of the Bailey, originally broadcast 1983-1988.||Set 1. v. 1. Rumpole and the younger generation -- Rumpole and the alternative society -- Rumpole and the honourable member -- Rumpole and the married lady -- v. 2. Rumpole and the learned friends -- Rumpole and the heavy brigade -- Rumpole and the man of God -- v. 3. Rumpole and the case of identity -- Rumpole and the show folk -- Rumpole and the fascist beast -- v. 4. Rumpole and the course of true love -- Rumpole and the age for retirement -- Rumpole's return -- Set 2. v. 1. Rumpole and the genuine article -- Rumpole and the golden thread -- Rumpole and the old boy net -- v. 2. Rumpole and the female of the species -- Rumpole and the sporting life -- Rumpole and the last resort -- v. 3. Rumpole and the old, old story -- Rumpole and the blind tasting -- Rumpole and the official secret -- v. 4. Rumpole and the judge's elbow -- Rumpole and the bright seraphim -- Rumpole's last case -- Set 3. v. 1. Rumpole and the bubble reputation -- Rumpole and the barrow boy -- Rumpole and the age of miracles -- v. 2. Rumpole and the tap end -- Rumpole and Portia -- Rumpole and the quality of life -- v. 3. Rumpole a la carte -- Rumpole and the summer of discontent -- Rumpole and the right to silence -- v. 4. Rumpole at sea -- Rumpole and the quacks -- Rumpole for the prosecution -- v. 5. Rumpole and the children of the devil -- Rumpole and the miscarriage of justice -- Rumpole and the eternal triangle -- v. 6. Rumpole and the reform of Joby Jonson -- Rumpole and the family pride -- Rumpole on trial.|
|418||Feature Film||The Trial of Old Drum (DVD)||88 min.||Special features: full screen version (1.33:1); deleted scenes; theatrical trailer; the making-of; production commentary.||Ron Perlman, Randy Travis, Alexis O'Keefe, John Schuck, Dick Martin, Troy Evans, Bobby Edner, Scott Bakula.||Producers, David Brookwell and Sean McNamara; writer, Ralph Gaby Wilson; director, Sean McNamara; director of photography, Mark Doering-Powell; editor, Gregory Hobson; music, John Coda; costume designer, Kristin M. Burke; production designers, Michael Marlowe and Jeff Hall.||Charlie's best friend is a good old dog named Old Drum. But Old Drum faces the challenge of his life: being accussed of attacking a local farmer's sheep. While his canine pal sits in jail awaiting his trial date, Charlie must gather evidence and witnesses to convince the community of Old Drum's innocence.|
|419||Instructional Video||State of Fear (DVD)||94 min.||Narrated in English with English subtitles for Spanish and Quechuan dialogues.
Special features include: Filmakers' commentary, interview with International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) experts, New York premiere Q&A, Verz Lentz slide show, trailer.
|Narrator, Karen Duffy.||A film by Paco de Onis, Peter Kinoy, and Pamela Yates; produced by Paco de Onis; directed by Pamela Yates; edited by Peter Kinoy ; cinematographer, Juan Duran; original music, Tito La Rosa and Tavo Castillo.||The Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission's official report chronicles the atrocities of both sides during the twenty year war between Abimael Guzman's revolutionary "Shining path" Indian guerrilla movement and the establishment governments. The Commission presents an alternate lens through which citizens of Peru can evaluate the inequalities their Indian people sought to address and the inevitable ravages modern terrorism brings to everyone.|
|420||Instructional Video||Latin America's First Media Dictatorship (DVD)||9 min.||Narration in English, with some Spanish dialogue and English subtitles.||Vladimiro Montesinos, head of the President Alberto Fujimori's Peruvian Intelligence Agency, made videotapes for potential blackmail with a hidden camcorder in his private office. In 2000, one of these tapes surfaced, becoming the first of hundreds to reveal government officials bribing television executives in exchange for favorable press coverage of Fujimori.|
|421||Instructional Video||A Conversation on the Constitution: Judicial Independence (DVD)||32 min.||Stephen G. Breyer, Anthony Kennedy, Sandra Day O'Connor.||U.S. Supreme Court Justices Stephen G. Breyer, Anthony Kennedy, and Sandra Day O'Connor fielded questions in Washington Tuesday, May 16, 2006 from 50 high school students from the Philadelphia and Los Angeles areas. The students and justices discussed the significance of the judiciary and the ways that independence is protected by the Constitution.|
|422||Instructional Video||Hitler's Courts: Betrayal of the Rule of Law in Nazi Germany (DVD)||35 min.||Published by: Jacob Fuchsberg Law Center, Touro College, Old Westbury, N.Y.||Narrated by Joshua M. Greene.||Produced and directed by Joshua M. Greene and Shiva Kumar; music, Steve Gorn; advisers, Gerhart Friedlander, Diemut Majer, and William Meinecke.||When those charged with defending the rule of law betray that trust, the victory of tyrants is assured. Hitler's Courts featured archival footage from the Nazi era, rarely seen photographs, and interviews with leading voices in international law. Experts examine the perversion of the courts under Nazi rule and discuss how distinguished lawmakers capable of complicity in the largest mass murder of men, women and children in history.|
|423||Instructional Video||Robert F. Kennedy: Attorney General (VHS)||3 hrs, 15 min.||Panelists: Joseph Dolan, Herbert "Jack" Miller, Archibald Cox, Nicholas Katzenbach, John Segenthaler, Burke Marshall, Anthony Lewis, John Douglas, and Edwin Guthman.||A panel discussion held at Duquesne University School of Law on April 12, 1996 discussing Robert F. Kennedy's career as United States Attorney General. Includes a 15 min. video titled written and produced by Ken Gormley and Matt Kambic.|
|424||Instructional Video||The Copyright Compliance Series (DVD)||5 hr. 28 min.||Hosted by Jeannine Edwards.||A 10-part series featuring attorneys with the Washington, D.C. based law firm Lutzker, Lutzker and Settlemyer.||v. 1. Copyright 101, an introduction to copyright -- v. 2. Copyright works in the classroom -- v. 3. Copyright, research & publication -- v. 4. Copyright and fair use -- v. 5. Copyright and the library, media center and AV department -- v. 6. DMCA, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in detail -- v. 7. Managing education uses of copyright works -- v. 8. The DMCA and online service provider limitation on liability -- v. 9. The DMCA and digital distance education (the TEACH Act) -- v. 10. Copyright for students and parents.|
|425||Instructional Video||Defending Our Lives (DVD)||DVD release of a 1993 production.
Academy Award winner for Best short documentary, 1993.
|Editing, Renner Wunderlich; on-line editing, Mike Dawson; still photography, Stan Grossfeld et al.||Shows the magnitude and severity of domestic violence in this country. Features the personal testimonies of four women imprisoned for killing their batterers.|
|426||Instructional Video||Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Movement (DVD)||14 hr.||Vols. 1-3 have subtitle: America's civil rights years, 1954 to 1965.
Vols. 4-7 have subtitle: America at the racial crossroads, 1965 to 1985.
DVD release of television programs originally produced 1986 (v. 1-3) and 1990 (v. 4-7).
A special presentation of American Experience.
|Julian Bond, narrator.||Henry Hampton, creator and executive producer.||Vols. 1-3 tell the story of America's civil rights years from 1954 to 1965. Vols. 4-7 examine the new America from 1966 to 1985, from community power to the human alienation of urban poverty.||v.1. Awakenings, 1954-1956 ; Fighting back, 1957-1962 -- v.2. Ain't scared of your jails, 1960-1961 ; No easy walk, 1961-1963 -- v.3. Mississippi : Is this America?, 1962-1964 ; Bridge to freedom, 1965 -- v.4. The time has come, 1964-1966 ; Two societies, 1965-1968 -- v.5. Power! 1966-1968 ; The promised land, 1967-1968 -- v.6. Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972 ; A nation of law? 1968-1971 -- v.7. The keys to the kingdom, 1974-1980 ; Back to the movement, 1979-1985.|
|427||Instructional Video||Snapshots from the Seventh Circuit: Continuity and Change, 1966 to 2007 (DVD)||(unknown running time)||The nineteenth Thomas E. Fairchild Lecture, delivered on April 27, 2007, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Guest lecturer: Hon. Diane P. Wood, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.||Judge Wood discusses Thomas Fairchild's contributions to the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit over the course of his tenure on the court.|
|428||Feature Film||Fracture (DVD)||113 min.||Special features: 2 alternate endings; deleted scenes.||Anthony Hopkins, Ryan Gosling, David Strathairn, Rosamund Pike, Embeth Davidtz, Billy Burke, Cliff Curtis.||Produced by Charles Weinstock; story by Daniel Pyne; screenplay by Daniel Pyne and Glenn Gers; directed by Gregory Hoblit; director of photography, Kramer Morgenthau; editor, David Rosenbloom; music, Jeff Danna and Mychael Danna; costume designers, Elisabetta Beraldo and Nava R. Sadan; production designer, Paul Eads.||Ted Crawford is a wealthy, brilliant, and meticulous structural engineer who lives in Los Angeles. He shoots his wife and entraps her lover. After the police arrive, he signs a confession. At his arraignment, he asserts his rights to represent himself and asks the court to move immediately to trial. The prosecutor is Willy Beachum, a hotshot D.A. who is getting ready to leave for a civil-law firm. He is told by everyone the case is open and shut. Crawford, however, sees Beachum's weakness - the hairline fracture of his character.|
|429||Instructional Video||To Save the Land and People (VHS)||57 min.||Directed by Anne Lewis; associate director, Buck Maggard; sound and editing, Anne Lewis; executive producer, Dee Davis.||Discusses the history and impact of strip mining in Kentucky. Focuses on actions by people directly affected by mining on both sides of the question: miners and farmers. Highlights the evolving legislation imposed to control strip mining and enabling newer methods such as "mountain top removal."|
|430||Instructional Video||Envisioning a More Democratic Global System (DVD)||145 min.||Chairperson for the symposium: Andrew Strauss; speakers: Daniele Archibugi, Richard Falk, Greg Fox, Thomas Franck, Zaid Ibrahim, Robert Johansen, David Kennedy, Heraldo Munoz, Kinhide Mushakoji, Chandra Muzaffar, Liliana Obregon, Heikki Patomaki, Leila Sadat, and Kimon Valaskakis.||The great architects of democracy from Pericles to James Madison assumed that democracy applied only within countries. Now in the globalizing world of the 21st century, are we ready for democracy to be applied internationally? In April 2006, Widener University School of Law sponsored a symposium dedicated to this question. This video documentary is the story of that symposium.|
|431||Instructional Video||Monkey Trial (DVD)||90 min.||Videodisc release of a 2002 segment of the PBS television series The American experience produced by WGBH Boston and the Nebraska ETV Network.||Narrator: Linda Hunt.||Producer/director/writer, Christine Lesiak; co-producer/director, Annie Mumgaard; editor, Alexandru Moscu; photography, Allen Moore; original music, Tom Larson.||The trial of John Scopes, a Tennesee biology teacher arrested in 1925 for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution. The Scopes trial was America's first major media event.|
|432||Instructional Video||A Lawyer Walks into a Bar (DVD)||92 min.||Featuring: Donald Baumeister, Sam Garrett, Cassandra Hooks, Magda Madrigal, Megan Meadows and Tricia Zunker.||Directed and produced by Eric Chaiken; producer, Tasha Oldham; editor, Deborah Barkow; director of photography, Stephanie Martin.||Documentary explores the influence of the law and its practitioners on American culture, while following six characters as they do whatever it takes to become lawyers. This film features cameos by legal luminaries, politicians, well-known comedians, celebrity lawyers and other notables.|
|433||Feature Film||Boston Legal (Television program) (DVD)||Originally broadcast on ABC television.||James Spader, William Shatner, Mark Valley, Rene Auberjonois, Candice Bergen, Julie Bowen.||Created by David E. Kelley.||The professional and personal stories of a group of brilliant but often emotionally challenged attorneys. Confronts social and moral issues, while its characters continually stretch the boundaries of the law.||Seasons 1-5 (originally broadcast 2004/2005-2008/2009)|
|434||Instructional Video||The Trial of Adolf Eichmann (VHS)||2 hr.||Produced in 1997 for ABC News Productions by Great Projects Film Company.||Reporter: David Brinkley.||Producers, Daniel B. Polin and Kenneth Mandel; editors, Benno Schoberth and Stan Warnow; music, T.O. Sterrett; camera, Yoram Millo; graphics, Tim Camuti.||Presents a complete account of the Jerusalem trial of Adolph Eichmann in 1961. Shows a detailed exposition of the events leading to the Holocaust as well as the tragedy of a man who thought obedience to an order exonerated him from responsibility for unbelievable crimes.|
|435||Instructional Video||The Buffalo Creek Flood: An act of Man and Buffalo Creek Revisited (DVD)||71 min.||The first part was originallly issued as a 16 mm motion picture in 1975.||Produced and directed by Mimi Pickering; cinematography, Robert Gates, et al.; editor, Mimi Pickering.||Focuses on the Pittston Coal Company, and the disaster which occurred in 1972 when a coal waste dam burst, leaving 125 dead and 4,000 homeless. The first part discusses the disaster through interviews with survivors, union leaders, citizens, and company officials. The second part, filmed ten years later, explores survivors' efforts to rebuild the communities and the difficulties they faced from the government and the Company.|
|436||Feature Film||Heavens Fall (DVD)||105 min.||Originally produced in 2006 as motion picture.
Based on a true story.
|Timothy Hutton, Anthony Mackie, Bill Sage, Azura Skye, James Tolkan, Bill Smitrovich, Maury Chaykin, Joseph Lyle Taylor, Leelee Sobieski, David Strathairn.||Produced by Anna Marie Crovetti, Gloria Everett, and Wade W. Danielson; directed by Terry Green; written by Terry Green; director of photography, Paul Sanchez; edited by Suzy Elmiger; music by Tony Llorens.||A tragic true story of nine black men who were pulled off an Alabama freight train and accused of raping two young white women, quickly tried, and sentenced to the electric chair. Forcing an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, a lone man defends them.|
|437||Instructional Video||The Fall of the British Empire (VHS)||2 hr. 45 min.||Time-Life Video.||At the dawn of the 20th century, the mighty British empire spanned the globe. Yet, before the century's end the once-invincible world power had become little more than a memory. Through rare and vintage Movietone News film footage, relive the historic course of events that shook the United Kingdom apart and discover how the sun finally set on the Union Jack.|
|438||Instructional Video||An Unreasonable Man (DVD)||122 min.||Originally produced as a documentary film in 2006.
Special features (disc 1): 7 deleted scenes ("The congress project", "No nukes", "Airbags", "Big boys/Flint", "Bell's Palsy/Shafeek", "Proposition 103", "Meeting with The Congressional Black Caucus")
Special features (disc 2): 7 featurettes ("Profile of a charismatic leader"; "What kind of president would Ralph Nader be?"; "Debating the role of third parties in the U.S.", "What happened to the Democratic Party?", "Why is the Right better organized than the Left?", "Ralph Nader on the Iraq war", "A debate on corporate power in America")
|Written & directed by Henriette Mantel and Steve Skrovan; produced by Kevin O'Donnell; directors of photography, Mark Raker et al.; editors, Alexis Provost and Beth Gallagher; original music by Joe Kraemer.||The life and times of Ralph Nader, political analyst and presidential candidate. Includes footage and interviews with those who knew and worked with him, including an interview with the man himself.|
|439||Instructional Video||The Trials of Law School (DVD and DVD Educational Version)||87 min.||DVD bonus features: Think Like a Lawyer; includes 2 hours of additional professor interviews that cover the entire law school experience.||Ron Anderson, Cory King, Tesha McMinn, Braden Metcalf, Reece Norris, Katie Griffin, Stephanie Simon Hybl.||Directed by Porter Heath Morgan; executive producer, Porter Heath Morgan; associate producers, Porter H. Morgan III and Betsy Morgan; music by Jason Moore; edited by Johnathan Dortch.||Follows the fascinating journey of students through their first year of law school as they encounter a new language, a new way of thinking and a new way of life. These students juggle families and relationships as they adjust to a high stress and highly competitive environment that puts a premium on competitiveness. Complete with insight from legal scholars around the country, this film explores the unique and demanding experience that is law school today, where success is measured for many by grades, based on one exam at the end of the semester. Top marks are few, their price is high, and disappointment is often widespread.|
|440||Feature Film||The Godfather DVD Collection||12 hr., 10 min.||Based on the novel "The Godfather" by Mario Puzo.||Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire, Robert De Niro, Andy Garcia, Eli Wallach, Joe Mantegna.||Producers, Albert S. Ruddy (Godfather), Francis Ford Coppola (Godfather II, Godfather III); director, Francis Ford Coppola; Director of photography, Gordon Willis ; editors, Marc Laub et al. (Godfather), Barry Malkin et al. (Godfather II), Lisa Fruchtman et al. (Godfather III); original music, Nino Rota, Carmine Coppola (Godfather III); costume designer, Anna Hill Johnstone (Godfather), Theadora Van Runkle (Godfather II), Milena Canonero (Godfather III); production designer, Dean Tavoularis.||Coppola paints a chilling portrait of a Sicilian family's rise and fall from power in America, and the passage of rites from father to son. He masterfully balances the story between family life and the ugly business of crime in which they are engaged.||Disc 1. The Godfather (175 min.) -- Disc 2-3. The Godfather, Part II (200 min.) -- Disc 4. The Godfather, Part III (170 min.) -- Disc 5. Bonus materials (ca. 180 min.)|
|441||Feature Film||Damages: The Complete First Season (DVD)||9 hr. 41 min.||Originally broadcast as individual episodes on television in 2007.
Contains all 13 episodes from the first season.
Special features: Disc one: Cast and crew commentaries; deleted scenes -- Disc two: Deleted scenes -- Disc three: Cast & crew commentary; "Willful acts: the making of Damages" featurette; "Trust no one: insight from the creators" featurette; "Understanding class action: interactive guide;" deleted scenes.
|Glenn Close, Rose Byrne, Ted Danson.||Patty Hewes is the nation's most revered and most reviled litigator, and her bright, ambitious protege Ellen Parsons become embroiled in a class action lawsuit targeting Arthur Frobisher, one of the country's wealthiest CEOs. As Patty battles Frobisher and his attorney, Ellen learns what it takes to win at all costs.||Disc one: Pilot: Get me a lawyer; Jesus, Mary & Joe Cocker; And my paralyzing fear of death; Tastes like a Ho-Ho; A regular Earl Anthony -- Disc two: She spat at me; We are not animals; Blame the victim; Do you regret what we did?; Sort of like a family -- Disc three: I hate these people; There's no 'we' anymore; Because I know Patty.|
|442||Feature Film||Michael Clayton (DVD)||120 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2007.
Special features: Additional scenes and commentary by writer/director Tony Gilroy and editor John Gilroy.
|George Clooney, Tom Wilkinson, Tilda Swinton, Sydney Pollack, Michael O'Keefe.||Produced by Jennifer Fox, Kerry Orent, Sydney Pollack, and Steve Samuels; written and directed by Tony Gilroy; director of photography, Robert Elswit; editor, John Gilroy; music, James Newton Howard; costume designer, Sarah Edwards; production designer, Kevin Thompson.||Attorney Michael Clayton is a 'fixer' the go-to guy when his powerful New York law firm wants a mess swept under the rug. But now he's handed a crisis even he may not be able to fix. The firm's top litigator in a $3-billion case has gone from advocate to whistleblower. And the more Michael tries to undo the damage, the more he's up against forces that put corporate survival over human life --including Michael's.|
|443||Feature Film||Two Small Voices (DVD)||88 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1997.
Based on a true story.
|Mary McDonnell, Gail O'Grady, Nicholas Surovy, Fredric Lane.||Written by Jim Macak; directed by Peter Levin; music by J.A.C. Redford.||Two women, one diagnosed with breast cancer and one unhappy with her breast size, both become ill after receiving silicone implants. Both band together to change the country and how implants are used.|
|444||Feature Film||Touch of Truth (DVD)||93 min.||Melissa Gilbert, Patty Duke, Bradley Pierce, Marrus Flanagan, Lisa Banes, Roger Aaron Brown, Peter Spears.||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.||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.|
|445||Instructional Video||The Great Indian Railway (VHS)||115 min.||Narrated by Linda Hunt.||Produced by the National Geographic Society; directed and photographed by William Livingston; written by Jeanne Livingston; edited by Loye Miller; music by Frank Ferrucci.||Documentary on the history of railroads in India, including where the trains run, how they are used by the people in the country, and the complexities of running the trains on board.|
|446||Feature Film||Perry Mason (DVD)||about 3.5 hours per disc||50th anniversary edition.
Originally broadcast on television, 1960-1966.
Special features: Perry Mason returns (MOW) -- Perry Mason talent tests -- The case of Earl Stanley Gardner featurette -- Syndication promos -- Raymond Burr's Charlie Rose interviews -- Raymond Burr on "Person to person" -- New Barbara Hale interview -- New Arthur Marks interview -- Photo gallery -- The cast plays "Stump the Stars" -- William Talman anti-smoking message -- CBS executive Anne Nelson interview.
|Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, William Hopper, William Talman.||In this collection of Perry Mason's most incredible cases, defense attorney Perry Mason, who never loses a case, matches wits with his courtroom adversary D.A. Hamilton Burger. Mason, aided by devoted secretary Della Street and loyal private eye Paul Drake, uncovers evidence that clears his client of murder.||Disc 1. The case of the wary wildcatter -- The case of the treacherous toupee -- The case of the envious editor -- The case of the barefaced witness -- Disc 2. The case of the counterfeit crank -- The case of the shoplifter's shoe -- The case of the constant doyle -- The case of the deadly verdict -- Disc 3. The case of the bountiful beauty -- The case of the twice told twist -- The case of the dead ringer -- The case of the final fadeout -- Disc 4. Special features.|
|447||Instructional Video||Understanding Sexual Violence (DVD) : The Judge's Role in Stranger and Nonstranger Rape and Sexual Assault Cases. A Self Directed DVD Curriculum||ca. 4 hrs.||System requirements: PC-compatible computer; DVD-ROM drive and DVD playback software, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Internet connection (ROM portion only).||The National Judicial Education Program to Promote Equality for Women and Men in the Courts; Lynn Hecht Schafran, director; Claudia J. Bayliff and Roberta M. Baldini, project attorneys.||NJEP has adapted its highly regarded video curriculum for DVD. This DVD version is augmented with a segment on the neurobiology of trauma and an associated website with a searchable annotated database.||Introduction -- The curriculum materials -- The curriculum components -- Supplementary materials on the DVD and on the web -- Alternate wasy to present the curriculum -- Training format and sample agendas -- Planning for a group presentation -- Program logistics -- Enriching the program with local expertise, local materials and additional exercises -- Introducing the program -- Concluding and evaluating the program -- Contact for additional information or questions.|
|448||Instructional Video||Presenting Medical Evidence in an Adult Rape Trial (VHS)||110 min.||Companion to: Understanding sexual violence: prosecuting adult rape and sexual assault cases.||Produced by the National Judicial Education Program to Promote Equality for Women and Men in the Courts, a project of the NOW Legal Defense Fund. Funded by the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Violence Against Women Office.||Explores the presentation of medical evidence in an adult victim rape trial.|
|449||Feature Film||JFK (DVD)||3 hr., 25 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1991.
Based on the books On the trail of the assassins by Jim Garrison and Crossfire : the plot that killed Kennedy by Jim Marrs.
Includes the documentary: Beyond JFK : the question of conspiracy.
|Kevin Costner, Kevin Bacon, Tommy Lee Jones, Laurie Metcalf, Gary Oldman, Michael Rooker, Jay O. Sanders, Sissy Spacek.||Screenplay by Oliver Stone and Zachary Sklar; produced by A. Kitman Ho and Oliver Stone; directed by Oliver Stone.||The story of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison whose investigation into the assassination of John F. Kennedy became an obsession.||Disc A: JFK [feature film]. Disc B: Feature-length Oliver Stone audio commentary; deleted/extended scenes; multimedia essays on the JFK assassination; interactive menus; production notes; theatrical trailer; scene access; DVD-ROM features.|
|450||Feature Film||People vs. Larry Flynt (DVD)||130 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1996.
Special features: Cast commentary; writer's commentary; "Free speech or porn?", "Larry Flynt exposed"; theatrical trailer; filmographies; animated menus.
|Woody Harrelson, Courtney Love, Edward Norton.||Produced by Oliver Stone, Janet Yang and Michael Hausman; directed by Milos Forman; written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski; director of photography, Philippe Rousselot; film editor, Christopher Tellefsen; music, Thomas Newman.||Story of the notorious "Hustler" publisher who was sued by the religious Right and paralyzed by a fanatic's bullet.|
|451||Feature Film||Liar Liar (DVD)||87 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1997.||Jim Carrey, Maura Tierney, Jennifer Tilly, Swoosie Kurtz, Amanda Donohoe, Jason Bernard, Mitchell Ryan, Anne Haney, Justin Cooper, Cary Elwes.||Written by Paul Guay and Stephen Mazur; produced by Brian Grazer; directed by Tom Shadyac; director of photography, Russell Boyd; music, John Debney; editing, Don Zimmerman.||Fletcher Reed is a fast-talking attorney and habitual liar. When his son Max blows out the candles on his fifth birthday cake, he has just one wish-- that his dad will stop lying for 24 hours. When Max's wish comes true, Fletcher discovers that his biggest asset-- his mouth-- has become his biggest liability.|
|452||Instructional Video||Statistical Methods: The View from Square One (VHS)||about 4 hrs.||Presented by Herbert M. Kritzer.||Prof. Kritzer discusses the meaning of concepts and procedures like "statistical inference," "statistical significance," and "regression."|
|453||Instructional Video||The Bayh-Dole Act : 2006 Kastenmeier Lecture (VHS)||Held November 3, 2006, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Presenters: Birch Bayh, Carl Gulbrandsen, T. Rockwell Mackie.||The Bayh-Dole Act gave universities the right to patent and market inventions made by faculty using government funds. The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) has been in the forefront of using this set of rights to commercialize faculty inventions. Senator Bayh spoke about the history of the adoption of the act and Carl Gulbrandsen discussed the impact and implications of the act for science, industry and the university.||Personal memories of the Bayh-Dole Act and a time to speak up, by Birch Bayh -- The law in action: what the Bayh-Dole Act means to the University of Wisconsin and the State of Wisconsin, and to an effective national science policy, by Carl Gulbrandsen -- Vitamin D discoveries: prelude to Bayh-Dole Act, by Hector DeLuca -- Conformational radiotherapy, by T. Rockwell Mackie.|
|454||Instructional Video||The National Security Constitution in a Time of Terror (DVD)||2007 Kastenmeier Lecture, held November 30, 2007, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Presented by Harold Hongju Koh, with special introduction by Russ Feingold and remarks by Tom Petri.||Harold Koh, Dean of Yale Law School, spoke on the detrimental effects of the executive branch's effort over time to increase its national security power. He described how the impact of historical events, including Sept. 11, 2001, changed the tide of U.S. policy. He described the current administration as contributing to a shift toward a disregard of checks and balances, mainly with Supreme Court appointments, and called for a return to just policy under law. Introductory remarks were provided by Tom Petri, U.S. House of Representatives, and via a video message by Russ Feingold, U.S. Senate. Petri and Koh agreed that, above all, individual rights should be protected.|
|455||Instructional Video||Thoughts on How the Legal System Treats Jurors (DVD)||Address given at University of Wisconsin Law School, April 18, 2008.||Presenter: Patrick J. Fitzgerald.||Patrick J. Fitzgerald, whose work as special prosecutor probing the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity drew national attention, spoke on the legal system's treatment of jurors.|
|456||Instructional Video||The Role of District Courts (DVD)||The fifteenth Thomas E. Fairchild lecture, presented at the University of Wisconsin Law School, May 2, 2003.||Presenter: Reena Raggi.||Ms. Raggi, currently a judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, previously judged for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. She spoke about the role of federal district courts in the United States.|
|457||Instructional Video||The Market for Data (DVD)||The thirteenth Thomas E. Fairchild lecture, delivered on November 2, 2001, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Presenter: Elizabeth Warren.||Prof. Warren of Harvard Law School discusses how the power of the market can threaten serious and objective law-related empirical research.|
|459||Instructional Video||Copyright and Copywrongs: The Rise of Intellectual Property and How It Threatens Creativity (VHS)||92 min.||Recorded Apr. 22, 2002 at the University at Buffalo Law School.||By Siva Vaidhyanathan; introduction by Shuba Ghosh. Sponsored by the Working Group on Law, Technology and Society of the Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy.|
|460||Instructional Video||You Will Be a Credible Witness at Your Deposition! Witness Preparation for Deposition (DVD)||45 min.||Issued by the American Bar Association.||By Jan Mills Spaeth.||About the dos and don'ts of deposition testimony.|
|461||Instructional Video||You Will Be a Credible Witness at Trial! The 3 Steps and 10 C's for Clients and Lay Witnesses Testifying at Trial (DVD)||42 min.||Issued by the American Bar Association.||Author & commentator, Jan Mills Spaeth.||About the dos and don'ts of trial testimony.|
|462||Instructional Video||Corridor of Shame: The Neglect of South Carolina's Rural Schools (DVD)||58 min.||Produced and directed by Bud Ferillo; executive producer, John S. Rainey; director of photography, Lonnie Wehunt; edited by Bill Sibert; introduction by Pat Conroy.||"Featuring parents, students, teachers, administrators and superintendents from the plaintiff districts in the education equity case of Abbeville vs. State of South Carolina, with appearances by U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, Charleston Mayor Joe Riley and others"--Container.|
|463||Feature Film||Provoked: A True Story (DVD)||Based on a true story.
Based on the book "Circle of Light: The Autobiography of Kiranjit Ahluwalia" by Rahila Gupta and Kiranjit Ahluwalia.
In English with some Punjabi; English subtitles.
|Aishwarya Rai, Miranda Richardson, Naveen Andrews, Rebecca Pidgeon, Nandita Das, Robbie Coltrane.||Directed by Jag Mundhra; produced by Sunanda Murali Manohar; screenplay by Carl Austin and Rahila Gupta; director of photography, Madhu Ambat; edited by Jag Mundhra and Sanjeev R. Mirajkar; music by A.R. Rahman.||Unable to bear the brutality and repeated rapes by her alcoholic husband, Kiranjit Ahluwalia, a Punjabi housewife and mother of two in London, sets him on fire and kills him. Charged with first-degree murder, she is sentenced to life imprisonment, where she befriends her cell mate. Moved by her story, the cell mate asks her step-brother, a highly respected queen's counsel, to file her appeal.|
|464||Feature Film||Recount: The Story of the 2000 Presidential Election (DVD)||1 hr. 56 min.||Originally broadcast on HBO May 25, 2008.
Special features: Audio commentary with director Jay Roach and writer Danny Strong; a conversation between Kevin Spacey and the real Ron Klain; a conversation between Bob Balaban and the real Ben Ginsberg; the true inside story of the 2000 presidential election.
|Kevin Spacey, Bob Balaban, Ed Begley, Laura Dern, John Hurt, Denis Leary, Bruce McGill, Tom Wilkinson.||Produced by Michael Hausman; written by Danny Strong; directed by Jay Roach; music, Dave Grusin; editor, Alan Baumgarten; director of photography, Jim Denault.||Explores one of the most dramatic and controversial events in recent U.S. election history, which shook a nation's faith in the ability to stage a fair and open election.|
|465||Instructional Video||Ten Commandments of the Mafia (DVD)||43 min.||Originally aired on the Discovery Channel, Nov. 16, 2008.||Listen in as former Mafia members speak out for the first time about the codes that govern their criminal world. Chilling firsthand accounts from the mob members themselves tell of life on the inside and how their motto of cosa nostra -- "this thing of ours" -- ultimately fell victim to the American Dream. Learn what the rules of membership are, how they work, and what happened to mobsters when they questioned the "ten commandments of the Mafia."|
|466||Instructional Video||The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court (DVD)||95 min.||In English.||ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo, ICC deputy prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, ICC senior trial attorney Christine Chung, Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz, IDP camp leader Dennis Lemoyi, warlord Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, warlord Joseph Kony, warlord Vincent Otti.||Director, Pamela Yates; producer, Paco de Oni?s; editors, Peter Kinoy and Dara Kell; director of photography, Melle van Essen; music, Roger C. Miller; associate producer, Sally Eberhardt; writers, Paco de Oni?s, Peter Konoy, and Pamela Yates.||Though over 120 countries voted to create the International Criminal Court (ICC), some of the most powerful nations in the world - China, Russian, and the United States - refused to ratify it, the U.S. claiming, among other things, that the ICC's authority to second-guess the actions taken and the results reached by participating states was an infringement on national sovereignty. Nevertheless, prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo issues arrest warrants for the rebel leaders of the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda, puts four Congolese warlords on trial in The Hague, charges the president of Sudan with genocide and war crimes in Darfur, challenges the UN Security Council to have him arrested, and shakes up the Colombian criminal justice system.|
|468||Instructional Video||A New Legal Architecture: Litigating Eyewitness Identification Cases in the 21st Century (DVD)||16 hr.||From 2008 Eyewitness Identification Seminar March 14-15, 2008, New York.
Special features: All written materials and the correlating PowerPoint presentation are included on separate accompanying CD-ROMs.
|Faculty includes Barry Scheck, Marvin Schechter, Tim O'Toole, and many more.||This seminar for trying an eyewitness ID case walks you through the entire process of defending mis-identification.||1. Program introduction & overview / Jennifer Thompson's story -- 2. Themes & theories -- 3. Developing the right facts: investigation and discovery -- 4. Memory source error -- 5. Suppression and more: moving past boilerplate motions -- 6. Reliability factors -- 7. Dealing with experts -- 8. Voir dire: educating the jury -- 9. More on voir dire -- 10. Opening statements: telling the eye ID story -- 11. Cross-examination: complainants and cops -- 12. Closing arguments -- 13. Jury instructions: giving guidance.|
|469||Feature Film||Flash of Genius (DVD)||2 hr.||Based on the article "The flash of genius" written by John Seabrook.
Special features: Deleted scenes with optional commentary by director Marc Abraham; feature commentary with director Marc Abraham.
|Greg Kinnear, Lauren Graham, Alan Alda, Dermot Mulroney, Bill Smitrovich.||Produced by Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum, Michael Lieber; written by Philip Railsback; directed by Marc Abraham; director of photography, Dante Spinotti; editor, Jill Savitt; music, Aaron Zigman; costume designer, Luis Sequeira; production designer, Hugo Luczyc-Wyhowski.||Based on the true story of Robert Kearns. The Kearns' were a typical 1960s Detroit family. Bob is a college professor and part-time inventor. When Bob invents a device that would eventually be used by every car in the world, the Kearns' think they have struck gold. But their aspirations are dashed after the auto giants, who originally embraced Bob's creation, unceremoniously shuns him. Ignored, threatened and then buried in years of litigation, Bob is haunted by what was done to his family and their future. He becomes a man obsessed with justice and the conviction that his life's work, or anyone else's for that matter, should be acknowledged by those who stood to benefit. He and his family pay the toll for refusing to compromise his dignity.|
|470||Instructional Video||Writ Writer (DVD)||54 min.||Narrator, Jesse Borrego.||Cinematography by Deborah Eve Lewis; edited by Karen Skloss (and others); music by Gabe Rhodes and Joel Guzman; narration adapted by Dagoberto Gilb.||The film documents the transformation of Fred Arispe Cruz, from a barrio delinquent on drugs to the hero of the prison reform movement in Texas. Coming of age at the dawn of the civil rights movement, Cruz landed in prison for robbery in 1961. Horrified by the rampant brutality of prison life, he studied law religiously and wrote a string of lawsuits against the prison system. His pen and writs of habeas corpus--along with help from a lady lawyer sent to assist the poor--shook the prison system to its core, and launched the prisoners' rights movement in Texas.|
|471||Instructional Video||Courting Justice (DVD)||54 min.||Originally produced as a documentary film by Luna Films in 2008.
In English and Xhosa with English subtitles.
|Created by Ruth B. Cowan; directed by Jane Thandi Lipman; produced by Bridget Pickering; director of photography, Manu Lapiere; edited by Dara Kell; music by Philip Miller.||This film illustrates how the new constitution in post-apartheid South Africa partially lived up to its goals of promoting justice and human rights. Essential to keeping these promises, indeed mandated by the constitution, is a diverse judiciary -- one that includes women. By 2008, 18 percent of the superior court judges were women. This film is their story.|
|472||Feature Film||Holly (DVD)||113 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2006.||Ron Livingston, Virginie Ledoyen, Chris Penn, Udo Kier, Thuy Nguyen.||Produced by Guy Jacobson, Adi Ezroni, and Guy Moshe; directed by Guy Moshe; screenplay by Guy Jacobson and Guy Moshe; director of photography, Yaron Orbach; editor, Isabella Monteiro de Castro; original music, To?n-Tha?t Thie?t.||The notorious red light district of Phnom Penh, Cambobia. Patrick is an American card shark and dealer of stolen artifacts who has been living in Cambodia for years. He encounters Holly, a 12-year-old Vietnamese girl, in the K11 red light village. Sold by her impoverished family and smuggled across the border to work as a prostitute. Holly's virginity makes her a lucrative prize. She is sold to a child trafficker. Patrick embarks on a frantic search to bring her to safety.|
|473||Instructional Video||Dispute Resolution and Lawyers (VHS)||2 hr. 45 min.||Produced in 1991.||Developed by the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution, School of Law, University of Missouri-Columbia.||I. Dispute settlement negotiation (47 min.) -- II. Transaction negotiation (35 min.) -- III. Mediation (38 min.) -- IV. Overview of ADR (45 min.)|
|474||Instructional Video||Rita's Case: The Lawyer as Problem Solver (VHS)||54 min.||Atlanta, Ga.: Georgia Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism, 1993.|
|475||Instructional Video||The Deadly Dozen: Twelve of the Most Common Mistakes Lawyers Make in Dealing with Their Clients (VHS)||60 min.||Produced in 1989.||Presented by Practising Law Institute; conceived and written by James C. Freund.|
|476||Instructional Video||Evaluating Associates for Growth and Profit (VHS)||Issued in 1990.||Produced by State Bar of Wisconsin and Altman & Weil.||Pt. 1. Effective strategy -- Pt. 2. Successful interview techniques.|
|477||Instructional Video||Stress Management for Lawyers (VHS)||30 min.||Issued by the State Bar of Wisconsin in 1990.||Produced by Gary Abrams.||This video presentation is an overview of the positive and negative aspects of stress and is aimed at showing lawyers how to manage the negative stress effects encountered in their profession.|
|478||Instructional Video||Professionalism in the Law Office (VHS)||Issued by the State Bar of Wisconsin in 1988.||Produced and directed by B.G. Abrams.||Discusses the special nature of working in a law office and dealing with clients, the importance of personal appearance, filing systems, staff relations and professional development.|
|479||Instructional Video||Lawyers' Trust Accounts: Common Pitfalls and How To Avoid Them (VHS)||80 min.||Produced by the State Bar of Wisconsin in 1996.||Narrated by practicing attorney Rick Rogers.||Practical how-to advice for lawyers and their staff to manage the trust account efficiently, accurately and ethically. How to avoid inadvertent cominglement, what to do when your balance is too high, how to handle personal checks, what to do when your balance is too low, what to do with cash, U.C.C. regulations, I.R.S. requirements.|
|480||Feature Film||Dvenadtsat (DVD)||160 min.||Title in English: Twelve.
Russian dialogue, English or French subtitles.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2007.
|Sergey Makovetsky, Nikita Mikhalkov, Sergei Garmash, Valentin Gaft, Alexei Petrenko, Yuri Stoyanov, Sergey Gazarov, Mikhail Efremov, Alexei Gorbunov, Sergey Artsbashev, Victor Verzhbitsky, Roman Madyanov, Alexander Adarashian.||Producers, Nikita Mikhalkov and Leonid Vereschagin; screenplay by Nikita Mikhalkov, Alexander Novototsky-Vlasov, and Vladimir Moiseenko; director, Nikita Mikhalkov; director of photography, Vladislav Opeliants; original music score, Edward Artemiev.||Set in contemporary Moscow where 12 men must decide the fate of a young man accused of murdering his step-father. Consigned to a makeshift jury room, one by one each man takes center stage to confront, connect, and confess while the accused awaits a verdict and revisits his heartbreaking journey through war in flashbacks.|
|481||Feature Film||The Reader (DVD)||124 min.||In English or dubbed French with optional subtitles in English for the hearing-impaired, or Spanish.
Based on the book "Der Vorleser" by Bernhard Schlink.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2008.
|Kate Winslet, Ralph Fiennes, David Kross, Lena Olin, Bruno Ganz, Karoline Herfurth, Linda Bassett, Hannah Herzsprung, Susanne Lothar, Volker Bruch, Matthias Habich.||Directed by Stephen Daldry; screenplay by David Hare; produced by Anthony Minghella, Sydney Pollack, Donna Gigliotti, and Redmond Morris; directors of photography, Chris Menges and Roger Deakins; production designer, Brigitte Broch; editor, Claire Simpson; music, Nico Muhly; English novel translation by Carol Brown Janeway.||What have we learned (and what might we have forgotten) from history's bloody backwash? Guilt, love, and history are three skeins, woven together to create human beings or, alternately, human monsters. The question of wartime culpability undergirds the May-December romance in postwar Berlin between Hanna, a weary-looking, sexually rapacious streetcar ticket-taker and Michael, a young schoolboy whom she seduces, ravenously and to his great delight. One day, Hanna is gone, with no explanation, and Michael grows into a promising young law student. His class attends a trial, where the new Germany judges the past and, by default, the lovers as well.|
|482||Feature Film||Lemon Tree [Etz Limon] (DVD)||106 min.||In Hebrew, with optional subtitles in English, English SDH, or Spanish.
DVD release of the 2008 motion picture.
|Hiam Abbass, Ali Suliman, Rona Lipaz-Michael.||Director, Eran Riklis; screenplay, Suha Arraf and Eran Riklis; producers, Bettina Brokemper, Antoine de Clermont-Tonnere, Eran Riklis, and Michael Eckelt; music, Habib Shehadeh Hanna; editor, Tova Ascher; director of photography, Rainer Klausmann.||A drama based on the true story of a Palestinian widow who must defend her lemon tree field when a new Israeli Defense Minister moves next to her and threatens to have her lemon grove torn down.|
|483||Instructional Video||Representing Justice: Stories of Law and Literature (DVD)||720 min.||Course consists of 24 lectures in 2 parts. Each part consists of 2 DVDs and each DVD consists of 6 lectures.
Published in 2006.
Great Courses no. 2336.
|Taught by Susan Sage Heinzelman, University of Texas at Austin.||Part 1. lecture 1. Literature as law, literature of law -- lecture 2. The Old Testament as law and literature -- lecture 3. Revenge and justic in Aeschylus's Oresteia -- lecture 4. Community in Sophocles's Oedipus Tyrannus -- lecture 5. Ritual order in mystery and morality plays -- leture 6. Chaucer's lawyers and priests -- lecture 7. Inns of Court, Royal Courts, and the Stage -- lecture 8. Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice (1596-97) -- lecture 9. Shakespeare's Measure for Measure (1603-04) -- lecture 10. Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale (1609-11) -- lecture 11. An epic trial--Milton's Paradise Lost (1667) -- lecture 12. Moll Flanders (1722) ; Beggar's Opera (1727) -- Part 2. lecture 13. Trial tales of Parricide Mary Blandy (1752) -- lecture 14. Property and self--Edgeworth, Burney, Austen -- lecture 15. Law as fog--Dicekns's Bleak House (1852-53) -- lecture 16. Puritans anew--The Scarlet Letter (1850) -- lecture 17. Slavery and Huckleberry Finn (1885) -- lecture 18. Victorian limits--Tess and Jude the Obscure -- lecture 19. Susan Glaspell's "Jury of Her Peers" (1917) -- lecture 20. Kafka and 20th century anxiety about law -- lecture 21. Lolita (1958) and in the Art of Confessing -- lecture 22. "Witnessing" slavery in Beloved (1987) -- lecture 23. Maternal infanticide--myth and judgement -- lecture 24. Literature and law--past, present, future.|
|484||Instructional Video||Natural Law and Human Nature (DVD)||720 min.||Issued in 2002.
Accompanying guides include biographical information, lecture notes and outlines, timelines, glossaries, and bibliographical references.
Great Courses no. 4453.
|Lecturer Father Joseph Koterski.||Teaching Company; producer, Tamara Stonebarger; director, Tom Dunton.||These lectures deal with both philosophical and historical considerations of the idea of a natural moral law and its basis in our common human nature.||disc 1: The philosophical approach -- The general nature of ethics -- Law, nature, natural law -- Principles of natural law theory -- Greek ideas of nature and justice -- Aristotle's clarification of 'nature' -- disc 2: Aristotle on justice and politics -- The Stoic idea of natural law -- Biblical views of nature and law -- Early Christians, nature and law -- Roman, canon and natural law -- The Thomistic synthesis -- disc 3: Late medieval and early modern views -- Hobbes and Locke -- Natural law and the founding fathers -- Can rights exist without natural law? -- The question of evolution -- disc 4: The paradox of cultural relativism -- The problem of God -- Current applications-jurisprudence -- Current applications-bioethics -- Current applications-social ethics -- The eternal return of natural law.|
|485||Instructional Video||From Nuremberg to Rome (DVD)||90 min.||Co-sponsored by the Independent Student Coalition for the International Criminal Court and by the International Law Student Association.||Featured speakers: Henry T. King, Jr. and Benjamin B. Ferencz; experts: Michael P. Scharf, Leila Nadya Sadat, David J. Scheffer, William Schabas, and M. Cherif Bassiouni.||A panel featuring former Nuremberg prosecutors and the leading experts on the International Criminal Court, held at the 2004 spring conference of the International Law Students Association.|
|486||Instructional Video||Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition||ca. 16 hrs.||Title on case: Jessup final round 10-year collection 2000-2009.
Co-hosted by International Law Students Association (ILSA) and American Society of International Law (ASIL).
|2000. University of Melbourne (Australia) v. Universidad Catolica Andres Bello (Venezuela) -- 2001. National University of Singapore (Singapore) v. Universidad Catolica Andres Bello (Venezuela) -- 2002. University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa) v. University of Western Australia (Australia) -- 2003. University of Melbourne (Australia) v. Mari State University (Russia) -- 2004. Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines) v. National University of Singapore (Singapore) -- 2005. University of Queensland (Australia) v. International Islamic University (Malaysia) -- 2006. Columbia University (USA) v. Universidad Catolica Andres Bello (Venezuela) -- 2007. University of Sydney (Australia) v. King's College London (United Kingdom) -- 2008. Case Western Reserve University (USA) v. University of New South Wales (Australia) -- 2009. Universidad de los Andes (Columbia) v. University College London (United Kingdom).|
|487||Feature Film||Storm (DVD)||103 min.||DVD release of the 2009 motion picture.
Winner of best narrative feature at the Flyway Film Festival and Amnesty International Film Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Includes the short film "Toyland" directed by Jochen Alexander Freydank, winner of best live action short film at the 81st Academy Awards.
|Kerry Fox, Anamaria Marinca, Stephen Dillane, Rolf Lassgard, Alexander Fehling.||Directed by Hans-Christian Schmid; screenplay by Bernd Lange and Hans-Christian Schmid; produced by Britta Knoller and Hans-Christian Schmid; director of photography, Bogumil Godfrejow; editor, Hansjorg Weissbrich; music, The Notwist.||Storm: Hannah Maynard, prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague, is leading a trial against a former commander of the Yugoslavian National Army who is accused of the deportation and later killing of dozens of Bosnian-Muslim civilians. When a key witness commits suicide, it looks like the case will unravel, but Hannah refuses to give in. Hoping to uncover new findings, she travels to the witness' burial in Sarajevo and meets his sister Mira, who she senses has much more to say than she is willing to admit. Despite threats of violence, Mira reluctantly agrees to testify at The Hague. She and Hannah must both risk life and limb to make it to the court, only to discover that there are traitors among their own ranks.
Toyland: Germany 1942: In order to protect her son, Marianne Meissner tries to make him believe that the Jewish neighbors are going on a journey to "Toyland." One morning, Marianne finds that her son has disappeared, along with the neighbors. "Toyland" is a film about guilt, responsibility, and lies big and small.
|488||Feature Film||William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe (DVD)||86 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2009.
Special features: additional interviews and speeches by William Kunstler; William Kunstler's performance at Caroline' Comedy Club; Kunstler home movies; courtroom audio and archival footage on the Chicago 8 Trial, Wounded Knee and Attica; interview with the filmmakers; theatrical trailer.
|Written by Sarah Kunstler; produced by Jesse Moss and Susan Korda; produced and directed by Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler; animation by Emily Hubley and Jeremiah Dickey; music by Shahzad Ismaily; photography by Brett Wiley and Martina Radwan; edited by Emily Kunstler; executive producer, Vanessa Hope.||In the 1960s and '70s, radical lawyer William Kunstler fought for civil rights with Martin Luther King Jr. and represented the Chicago 8 activists who protested the Vietnam War. When the inmates took over Attica prison, or when the American Indian Movement stood up to the federal government at Wounded Knee, they asked Kunstler to be their lawyer. Kunstler also represented some of the most reviled members of society, including rapists and assassins.|
|489||Instructional Video||Strategic Witness Preparation: Proven Strategies and Techniques||2 hr. 15 min.||Produced by the American Bar Association.||Jan Mills Spaeth.||This program focuses on witness preparation from the perspectives of ten well-known trial consultants.||Program overview -- Introduction of consultants -- The 1st critical steps -- Attorney to attorney -- Listen, think, then answer -- 10 false assumptions -- 5 elements of credibility -- The 10 C's of credible testimony -- Challenging witnesses -- Final points -- Discoverability -- ASTC, ethics, contributions.|
|490||Instructional Video||Inside a Shari'ah court (DVD)||51 min.||Originally broadcast Oct. 1, 2007, on the BBC television program: This world. Portions are in other languages with English subtitles.||Host and narrator, Ruhi Hamid.||Location producer and sound, Misha Maltsev; film editor, David Murray.||Spotlighting an outspoken judge determined to convey the benefits of Islamic law, the film presents cases, verdicts, and sentences that clearly illustrate ways in which Shari'ah is implemented in Nigeria.|
|491||Instructional Video||Working with Emotional Clients: The Virtual Tranquilzer for Lawyers||3 hrs.||Issued by the American Bar Association in 2010.||Andra Medea, author.||Addresses the best ways to get clients past their emotions to become effective parts of their advocacy.|
|492||Instructional Video||Simple Justice (DVD)||105 min.||A segment of the television program American Experience, broadcast Jan. 18, 1993.
Based on "Simple justice" by Richard Kluger.
|Peter Francis James, James Avery, Andre Braugher, Scott Wentworth, Scott Whitehurst, William Allen Young, Sam Gray, Terry Alexander, Matthiew Arkin, Thomas Brimm, Denise Burse-Mickelburg, Tom Ligon, Sam Jackson, Diana Scarwid, Giancarlo Esposito.||Produced by Yanna Kroyt Brandt; directed by Helaine Head; teleplay by John McGreevey; story by John McGreevey, Avon Kirkland and Peter Cook; photography by Joseph M. Wilcots; music by Al Gorgoni and Steve Tyrell; executive producer Avon Kirkland.||Docudrama recounts the remarkable legal strategy and social struggle that resulted in the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka.|
|493||Instructional Video||Video Resources on the Constitution (DVD)||Stephen G. Breyer, Anthony Kennedy, Sandra Day O'Connor, Antonin Scalia, John G. Roberts, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.||Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands.||Conversations on the Constitution between high school students and Supreme Court justices. Documentaries chronicling key moments that defined our understanding of the role of an independent judiciary and the landmark decisions in Baker v. Carr (1962) and Reynolds v. Sims (1964) that helped to establish equality in voting and representation.||Disc 1. Conversations on the Constitution: A conversation on the Constitution with Justice Anthony M. Kennedy: The importance of the Yick Wo Case -- A conversation on the Constitution with Justices Stephen G. Breyer, Sandra Day O'Connor, and Anthony M. Kennedy: The importance of the Japanese Internment Cases -- A conversation on the Constitution with Justices Stephen G. Breyer and Antonin Scalia: Judicial interpretations -- Disc 2. The Constitution project documentaries: The Constitution project: One person, one vote -- The Constitution project: an independent judiciary -- Disc 3. Conversations on the Constitution: A conversation with Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. on the origin, nature and importance of the Supreme Court -- A conversation on the Constitution with Justices Stephen G. Breyer, Sandra Day O'Connor, and Anthony M. Kennedy: Judicial independence -- A conversation on the Constitution with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Fourteenth Amendment.|
|494||Instructional Video||Jury Selection: Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company (DVD)||23 min.||"Video resources on the Constitution 2010"||Written, produced and narrated by Robe Imbriano; Photography by Edward Marritz; music by Ben Decter and Gavin Allen.||Interviews with Thaddeus Edmonson, his attorney Jim Doyle, and legal scholars about the U.S. Supreme Court case Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company on racial discrimination in jury selection in civil cases.|
|495||Feature Film||The Decalogue (DVD)||9 hr. 20 min.||Originally made for Polish television in 1988-1989, the series has also been screened in cinemas.
In Polish with English subtitles.
|Director, Krzysztof Kies?lowski; producer, Ryszard Chutkowski; photography, Wies?aw Zdort (dekalog 1), Edward K?osin?ski (dekalog 2), Piotr Sobocin?ski (dekalog 3), Krzyztof Pakulski (dekalog 4), S?awomir Idziak (dekalog 5), Witold Adamek (dekalog 6), Dariusz Kuc (dekalog 7), Andrzej Jaroszewicz (dekalog 8), Piotr Sobocin?ski (dekalog 9), Jacek B?awut (dekalog 10); editor, Ewa Smal; music, Zbigniew Preisner.||Presents 10 short films, inspired by the Ten Commandments. Each story corresponds to a commandment and centers on different residents of the same modern Warsaw apartment complex. The themes are the universal ones of love, marriage, infidelity, parenthood, guilt, faith and compassion and focus on the complexities of human relationships.||1. I am the Lord thy God. Thou shalt have no other God but me -- 2. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain -- 3. Honour the Sabbath Day -- 4. Honour thy father and thy mother -- 5. Thou shalt not kill -- 6. Thou shalt not commit adultery -- 7. Thou shalt not steal -- 8. Thou shalt not bear false witness -- 9. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife -- 10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's goods.|
|496||Feature Film||Kavanagh Q.C. The Complete Collection: Seasons 1-6 (DVD)||ca. 31 hrs.||Originally broadcast on television 1995-2001.||John Thaw, Daisy Bates, Nicholas Jones, Oliver Ford Davies, Cliff Parisi, Geraldine James, Lisa Harrow, Anna Chancellor, Tom Brodie, Valerie Edmond, Rebecca Front.||Series created by Ted Childs and Susan Rogers; written by Russell Lewis, Adrian Hodges, Stephen Churchett, Matthew Hall, Paul Hines, Charles Wood, Nigel Kneale, Douglas Watkinson, Edward Canfor-Dumas, Rob Heyland, Malcolm Bradbury, Andy de la Tour, Stephen Churchett, and Peter Moffat; produced by Chris Kelly and Chris Burt; directed by Colin Gregg, Paul Greengrass, Renny Rye, Andrew Grieve, Charles Beeson, Jack Gold, Tristram Powell, Ken Grieve, Peter Smith, Ferdinand Fairfax, and David Thacker.||All 27 episodes from the television drama about James Kavanagh, one of England's leading criminal advocates in London, who has worked his way up from a northern working class background.||Season 1: Nothing but the Truth; Heartland; A Family Affair; The Sweetest Thing -- Season 2, part 1: True Commitment; Men of Substance; The Burning Deck -- Season 2, part 2: A Sense of Loss; A Stranger in the Family; Job Satisfaction -- Season 3, part 1: Mute of Malice; Blood Money; Ancient History -- Season 3, part 2: Diplomatic Baggage; The Ties that Bind; In God We Trust -- Season 4, part 1: Memento Mori; Care in the Community; Briefs Trooping Gaily -- Season 4, part 2: Bearing Witness; The Innocence of Life; Dead Reckoning -- Season 5: Previous Convictions; The More Loving One; Time of Need; End Games -- Season 6: The End of Law.|
|497||Instructional Video||Seoul train (DVD)||54 min.||Originally produced as a documentary in 2004.
In English, Korean & Mandarin Chinese, with optional subtitles.
|Produced by Lisa Sleeth and Jim Butterworth; directed by Jim Butterworth, Aaron Lubarsky, and Lisa Sleeth; edited by Aaron Lubarsky; camera, Lisa Sleeth and Jim Butterworth.||"Today, there are an estimated 250,000 North Korean refugees living underground in China. They escaped a food crisis and other persecutions at home that have claimed the lives of approximately 3 million in the past 10 years. The Chinese Government, in direct violation of international laws to which it's a party, systematically arrests and forcibly repatriates hundreds of these refugees each month. Defecting from North Korea is a capital offense, and repatriated refugees face human rights abuses ranging from concentration camps and torture to forced abortion and summary executions. For a lucky few refugees, however, there is hope. A group of multinational activists has taken it upon themselves to create an Underground Railroad. Via a network of safe houses and escape routes, the activists, at great personal risk, help the refugees on daring escapes to freedom over hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of miles of Chinese territory" -- The producers.|
|498||Instructional Video||United States v. Virginia: 518 U.S. 515 (1996) (DVD)||76 min.||Voices of American law series.||Produced by Thomas Metzloff.||Steeped in history and tradition, the Virginia Military Institute remained all-male long after the state's other public universities became coeducational. VMI's leaders and alumni believed that a single-sex environment was essential to the school's spartan "adversative" educational method. When a female high-school student complained to the U.S. Department of Justice about VMI's policy, the DOJ filed a lawsuit claiming that the Equal Protection Clause required the state to offer the same opportunities to women as it did to men. The documentary tells the story of the case and the aftermath through interviews with VMI's leaders, including Board of Visitors President Joseph Spivey, and Generals Josiah Bunting, John Knapp, and Normal Bissell; expert witnesses Richard Richardson, Clifton Conrad, and Frank Brewer; Judges Jackson Kiser and Paul Niemeyer; DOJ lawyer Judith Keith; former Mary Baldwin College President Cynthia Tyson; National Women's Law Center attorney Marcia Greenberger; and author Laura Brodie. Also included on the DVD is an interview with Shannon Faulkner, whose lawsuit against the Citadel in South Carolina unfolded at the same time.||Case video (full) (24:52 min.) -- Case video (short) (16:55 min.) -- Aftermath (16:14 min.) -- Party narratives (15:50 min.) -- Trailer (1:50 min.).|
|499||Instructional Video||Stenberg v. Carhart: 530 U.S. 914 (2000) (DVD)||30 min.||Voices of American law series.||Produced by Thomas Metzloff.||In 1997, the Nebraska Legislature voted to ban a procedure known as partial-birth abortion. Although the ban's supporters argued that it only affected certain late term abortion, abortion provider Dr. LeRoy Carhart feared it would affect other common abortion procedures. He sued the state, arguing that the ban placed an unconstitutional burden on a woman's right to an abortion. The case eventually went to the Supreme Court and became the focus of the ongoing political and cultural battle over abortion rights. The documentary includes interviews with Dr. Carhart and his attorney Priscilla Smith, Nebraska Attorney General Don Stenberg and Deputy Attorney General Steven Grasz, Nebraska Right to Life Director Julie Schmit-Albin, ACLU Director Timothy Butz, state Senator Ernie Chambers, and Judge Richard Kopf.||Case video (19:05 min.) -- Party narratives (9:48 min.) -- Trailer (1:20 min.)|
|500||Instructional Video||Romer v. Evans: 517 U.S. 620 (1996) (DVD)||58 min.||Voices of American law series.||Produced by Thomas Metzloff, Sarah Wood, Abbie Pugh, and Robert Walker.||In 1992, Colorado voters passed Amendment 2, a measure that would forbid state and local governments from passing laws to ban discrimination against gays. Gay rights groups sued to overturn the law, which had been promoted by Colorado for Family Values, an evangelical Christian group based in Colorado Springs. Governor Roy Romer, who strongly opposed Amendment 2, was required to defend its constitutionality all the way to the Supreme Corut. The story of this landmark equal protection case is told through interviews with Governor Romer; plaintiff Angela Romero; attorneys Jean Dubofsky and Mary Celeste; Colorado for Family Values members Kevin Tebedo, Will Perkins, and David Noebel; and state attorney Timothy Tymkovich.|
|501||Instructional Video||Raich v. Gonzales: 545 U.S. 1 (2005) (DVD)||43 min.||Voices of American law series.||Produced by Thomas Metzloff.||Although California residents had approved a ballot initiative legalizing the use of marijuana for medical purposes, Diane Monson was surprised when the Drug Enforcement Agency seized the six plants in her backyard as illegal contraband under federal law. Monson used marijuana to treat her chronic back pain, and she found an ally in activist and fellow cannabis patient Angel Raich. Together, Raich and Monson sued the federal government, claiming that the federal ban on marijuana use was an unconstitutional exercise of Congressional authority under the Constitution's Commerce Clause. The documentary tells the story of this clash of federal and state power through interviews with Monson and Raich; their attorneys Robert Raich and Randy Barnett; U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft and Acting U.S. Attorney John Vincent; and Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey.||Case video (21:28 min.) -- Aftermath (8:45 min.) -- Party narratives (9:51 min.) -- Trailer (2:04 min.).|
|502||Instructional Video||Gentile v. State Bar of Nevada: 501 U.S. 1030 (1991) (DVD)||Voices of American law series.||Produced by Thomas Metzloff, Sarah Wood, and Robert Walker.||"Criminal defense attorney Dominic Gentile was retained to represent a Las Vegas businessman indicted for stealing cocaine and money from a Las Vegas police sting operation. On the day of his client's indictment, Gentile decided to hold a press conference to proclaim his client's innocence and blame the police for the theft. The State Bar of Nevada filed a disciplinary action against Gentile for his comments, which resulted in a reprimand. The case ultimately reached the Supreme Court and became a landmark First Amendment case on lawyer speech. The story is told through interviews with Gentile (including excerpts from the actual press conference) and his attorney Michael Tigar; the Chair of the Disciplinary Committee Dennis Kennedy and the State Bar's attorney Robert Klonoff; and Las Vegas reporter Al Tobin and Ed Koch, who covered the underlying crime."||Case video -- Party narratives -- Trailer.|
|503||Instructional Video||Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission: 558 U.S. ___ (2010) (DVD)||23 min.||Voices of American law series.||Produced by Thomas Metzloff, directed by Alan Peterson, narrated by Melinda Penkava.||Conservative group Citizens United challenged campaign finance laws that limited their ability to show and advertise a film about candidate Hillary Clinton. The Supreme Court ultimately issued a groundbreaking opinion on the free speech rights of corporations.|
|504||Instructional Video||Virginia v. Black: 538 U.S. 343 (2003) (DVD)||24 min.||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Project, Duke University School of Law.||This case focuses on the case of KKK leader Barry Black who was arrested for cross burning in Carroll County, Virginia and whether or not the Virginia statute banning cross burning and his arrest under that statute violated his First Amendment right of free speech.|
|505||Instructional Video||Van Orden v. Perry: 545 U.S. ____ (2005) (DVD)||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Project, Duke University School of Law.||After passing a monument of the Ten Commandments on the grounds of the Texas State Capitol in Austin and believing it's presence to be a violation of the First Amendment, Thomas Van Orden sued the State of Texas to have it removed.|
|506||Instructional Video||Swedenburg v. Kelly: 544 U.S. 460 (2005) (DVD)||31 min.||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Project, Duke University School of Law.||Narrated by Melinda Penkava.||Issue: Whether state laws banning the shipping of wine to consumers violate the Commerce Clause. The story is told by Swedenburg, her attorneys Bolick and Scott Simpson, Juanita Duggan and Craig Wolf of the Wine and Sprits Wholesalers of America, and wholesalers' attorney Randy Mastro.|
|507||Instructional Video||Republican Party of Minnesota v. White: 536 U.S. 765 (2002) (DVD)||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Project, Duke University School of Law.||Narrated by Melinda Penkava.||Minnesota elects its judges and places limits on what they can say in their campaigns in order to preserve the impartiality of the judiciary. Minnesota Supreme Court candidate Greg Wersal, with the backing of the state Republican Party, challenged the rules as unconstitutionally limiting his First Amendment right of free speech.|
|508||Instructional Video||Marsh v. Chambers: 463 U.S. 783 (1983) (DVD)||17 min.||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Video Project, Duke University School of Law.
Special features: 9 min. version of the video; Party narrative: separate interviews with Ernie Chambers and Robert Palmer (11 min. each); trailer.
|Produced by Thomas Metzloff, narrated by Melinda Penkava.||When Dr. Robert Palmer, a Presbyterian minister, was named Chaplain of the Nebraska Unicameral Legislature, he continued a long tradition of opening legislative sessions with a prayer. State Senator Ernie Chambers objected to the prayers, viewing them as the state's endorsement of a particular religion. With the help of the Nebraska ACLU, he filed a lawsuit against the state, claiming that the prayers violated the First Amendment's Establishment Clause. His lawsuit noted that for 16 years, the chaplain had been from the same denomination, the prayers were in the Judeo-Christian tradition, and that the chaplain was paid at public expense. Chambers took his case to the Supreme Court, leading to a landmark decision on the separation of church and state.|
|509||Instructional Video||Lynch v. Donnelly: 465 U.S. 668 (1984)||28 min.||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Video Project, Duke University School of Law.||Addresses the issue of the constitutionality of a city-sponsored Christmas display.|
|510||Instructional Video||Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council: 505 U.S. 1003 (1992) (DVD)||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Video Project, Duke University School of Law.||Mr. Lucas paid $945,000 for two beachfront lots on the Isle of Palms in South Carolina in 1986, intending to build single family homes on the property. In 1988, the South Carolina legislature enacted the Beachfront Management Act pursuant to the federal Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972. The federal Coastal Management Act allowed states to receive federal grants for developing programs to control and lessen shoreline erosion. Under the provisions of the Beachfront Management Act, Lucas' property fell within an area where occupiable improvements were prohibited. Lucas filed suit alleging that the Act's construction led to a taking without just compensation and was prohibited under the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The South Carolina's Court of Common Pleas agreed. The Supreme Court of South Carolina reversed and the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari.|
|511||Instructional Video||Locke v. Davey: 540 U.S. 712 (2004) (DVD)||17 min.||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Video Project, Duke University School of Law.
Special features: Party narrative - Josh Davey (ca. 11 min.); trailer.
|Produced by Thomas Metzloff, narrated Melinda Penkava.
||Governor Gary Locke and the Washington legislature created the Promise Scholarship program to enable low- and middle-income students to attend college. Josh Davey received a Promise Scholarship for the 1999-2000 school year to attend Northwest College, where he wanted to major in theology. When he was told he could not receive the scholarship money because of his major, he sued. Davey claimed that denying state scholarships to theology students violated his First Amendment right to practice his own religious beliefs through his chosen course of study.|
|512||Instructional Video||Lee v. Weisman: 505 U.S. 577 (1992) (DVD)||29 min.||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Video Project, Duke University School of Law.||Addresses the issue of the constitutionality of prayer at a public school graduation ceremony.|
|513||Instructional Video||Kelo v. City of New London: 545 U.S. 469 (2005) (DVD)||43 min.||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Video Project, Duke University School of Law.
Includes both full and short versions.
|Produced by Thomas Metzloff, Sarah Wood, and Todd Shoemaker narrated by Melinda Penkava.||In the 1990s, New London, Connecticut faced economic problems after a large naval base closed. When Pfizer announced plans to build a new research facility in the city, New London began planning a large-scale development in the nearby Fort Trumbull area of town that involved using the City's power of eminent domain to acquire properties in the area. Susette Kelo and some of her neighbors fought the City's efforts to take their homes, leading to an important Supreme Court decision on the proper role for eminent domain. The documentary tells the story of the case through interviews with Kelo; her lawyer Scott Bullock from the Institute for Justice; members of the Coalition to Save the Fort Trumbull Neighborhood; city lawyers Tom Londregan and Edward O'Connell; and city planners Michael Joplin and John Brooks.|
|514||Instructional Video||Board of Education v. Lindsay Earls: 536 U.S. 822 (2002) (DVD)||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Video Project, Duke University School of Law.||Tecumseh, Oklahoma high school student, Lindsay Earls, was upset by her school district's policy of testing all students involved in extracurricular activities for illegal drug use so she challenged it in court. The case was testing whether drug testing of students in extracurricular activities violates the Fourth Amendment's protection against unreasonable searches and seizures.|
|515||Instructional Video||BMW v. Gore: 517 U.S. 559 (1996) (DVD)||19 min.||Distinctive Aspects of American Law Video Project, Duke University School of Law.||Produced by Thomas Metzloff.||In January 1990, physician Ira Gore purchased a 1990 BMW 535i from German Auto in Birmingham, Alabama. Several months later he discovered that it had been repainted prior to sale. Dr. Gore filed a lawsuit against BMW, and an Alabama jury awarded him $4 million in punitive damages. While the award was reduced on appeal, the U.S. Supreme Court granted review, setting the stage for a landmark ruling on the constitutionality of punitive damage awards.|
|517||Instructional Video||Zhao Liang: 3 Films Documentaires (3-DVD set)||In Mandarin with optional English and French subtitles.||Sylvie Blum, Laure Croiset, Nonglux Thongdard. C. Villeminot.||The first film is a documentary on a place in Beijing where people come to wait for their petitions to be heard. Many of the people waiting in this place have been trying for years to right wrongs that have been done in the past. The second film is about a city in a northern border town in the Liao Ning Province and the military patrols that supplement the police to keep order in the town. The last films are about a group of drug users and their families, the poor in Beijing. The three short films are about Beijing scenes, an enactment of a young man destroying things in a deserted building and, the last, an experimental film with the film first playing too fast and then too slow.|
|518||Instructional Video||The Supreme Court: Home to America's Highest Court (DVD)||85 min.||A C-SPAN original production.||In this documentary, you hear directly from all eleven current and retired Supreme Court Justices about the role of the Court, its traditions, and history. Tour the building and see the grand public spaces of this historic building, including the Great Hall and Supreme Court Chamber, and spaces only accessible to the Justices and their staff, such as the Robing Room and the John Marshall dining Room.|
|519||Feature Film||Criminal Justice (Television program). Season 1 (2 DVDs)||about 5 hours||Originally broadcast as a BBC 5-episode television mini-series in 2008.||Ben Whishaw, Bill Paterson, Pete Postlethwaite, Juliet Aubrey.||Written by Peter Moffat; produced by Pier Wilkie; directed by Otto Bathurst and Luke Watson; Directors of photography, Eric Maddison and Nick Knowland; edited by Sarah Brewerton and St. John O'Rorke; composer, John Lunn.||In the first series, Ben Coulter wakes up with a hangover and blood on his hands after a one-night stand. Lying beside him, fatally stabbed, is the body of a woman. A nightmare begins that changes Ben's life forever, as damning evidence emerges to incriminate him in a murder that he has no recollection of committing. While in prison awaiting his trial, Ben must endure terrifying forms of 'justice' from hardcore inmates. Will he survive prison long enough to make it through a trial he has little chance of winning?|
|520||Feature Film||Criminal Justice (Television program). Season 2 (2 DVDs)||about 5 hours||Originally produced for as a 5-episode BBC television mini-series in 2009.||axine Peake, Kate Hardie, Denis Lawson, Matthew MacFadyen, Steven Mackintosh, Eddie Marsan, Sophie Okonedo, Alice Sykes, Zoe Telford.||Writen by Peter Moffat; produced by Steve Lightfoot; directed by Yann Demange and Marc Jobst;||In the second series, woman is charged with stabbing her barrister husband as he lay in bed. The officials investigating the case are in no doubt as to her guilt, though her motives are called into question. As she passes through the British legal system under constant scrutiny, the terrible consequences of her actions become clear.|
|521||Feature Film||Made in Dagenham (DVD)||113 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2010 by BBC Films and UK Film Council, in association with Hanway Films, BMS Finance and Lip Sync Productions.||Andrea Riseborough, Jaime Winstone, Lorraine Stanley, Sally Hawkins.||Written by William Ivory; produced by Elizabeth Karlsen and Stephen Woolley; directed by Nigel Cole; director of photography, John de Borman; editor, Michael Parker; music, David Arnold.||In 1968, the female workers at the Ford Dagenham car plant walked out in protest against sexual discrimination. Their actions played a major role in the battle for equal pay, both nationally and internationally.|
|522||Feature Film||The Social Network (DVD)||2 hr.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2010.
Based upon the book "The Accidental Billionaires" by Ben Mezrich.
Academy Awards, 2010: Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay) (Screenplay by Aaron Sorkin); Best Film Editing (Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter); Best Music (Original Score) (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross).
Golden Globe Awards, 2011: Best Motion Picture - Drama; Best Director - Motion Picture (David Fincher); Best Screenplay - Motion Picture (Aaron Sorkin); Best Original Score - Motion Picture (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross).
|Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake, Armie Hammer, Max Minghella, Josh Pence, Brenda Song, Rashida Jones, John Getz, David Selby, Denise Grayson, Douglas Urbanski, Rooney Mara.||Directed by David Fincher; produced by Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti, Michael de Luca, and Cea?n Chaffin; screenplay by Aaron Sorkin; director of photography, Jeff Cronenweth; film editors, Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter; music by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross; production designer, Donald Graham Burt; costume designer, Jacqueline West; sound design by Ren Klyce; executive producer, Kevin Spacey.||On a fall night in 2003, Harvard undergrad and computer programming genius Mark Zuckerberg sits down at his computer and heatedly begins working on a new idea. In a fury of blogging and programming, what begins in his dorm room soon becomes a global social network and a revolution in communication. A mere six years and 500 million friends later, Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire in history, but for this entrepreneur, success leads to both personal and legal complications.||Disc 1. The film -- Disc 2. The supplements.|
|523||Feature Film||Canterbury's Law (DVD)||4 hr. 17 min.||Originally broadcast on television in 2008.||Julianna Margulies, Ben Shenkman, Keith Robinson, Trieste Kelly Dunn.||Strong-willed defense attorney Elizabeth Canterbury plays by her own rules when it comes to protecting her innocent clients. Includes all six episodes.||Disc 1. Canterbury's law -- Baggage -- What goes around -- Sweet sixteen --
Disc 2. Trade-off -- Sick as your secrets.
|524||Feature Film||Garrow's Law. Series 1 (DVD)||4 hr.||Originally broadcast as episodes of the BBC television program in 2009.
Bonus features: behind-the-scenes featurette, photo gallery, biography of William Garrow, and cast filmographies.
|Andrew Buchan (Garrow), Alun Armstrong (Southouse), Lyndsey Marshal (Lady Sarah), Rupert Graves (Sir Arthur).||Written by Tony Marchant, Stephen Russell, and Damian Wayling; directed by Peter Lydon; produced by Dominic Barlow; executive producer, Jamie Isaacs; BBC executive producer, Mark Bell; graphic designer, Hannah Capron; composer, Edmund Buff; editor, Steve Singleton.||The true tale of William Garrow, who acted as counsel for the accused, introducing the 'innocent until proven guilty' theory to London's Old Bailey. Includes four episodes.|
|525||Feature Film||Garrow's Law. Series 2 (DVD)||4 hr.||Originally broadcast as episodes of the BBC television program in 2010.
Bonus features: William Garrow: fact and fiction featurette, behind-the-scenes photo gallery, cast filmographies.
|Andrew Buchan (Garrow), Alun Armstrong (Southouse), Lyndsey Marshal (Lady Sarah), Rupert Graves (Sir Arthur), Aidan McArdle (Sylvester), Michael Culkin (Judge Buller).||Written by Tony Marchant and Damian Wayling; co-created by Tony Marchant; directed by Ashley Pearce; produced by Nick Pitt; graphic designer, Hannah Capron; composer, Edmund Buff; editor, Steve Singleton; executive producers, Gaynor Holmes, Dominic Barlow, and Tim Carter; Shed Media executive producer, Kate Croft; BBC executive producer, Mark Bell.||The second series of the compelling courtroom drama follows upright barrister William Garrow as he does battle against the injustices of the 18th century legal system. Rich in period atmosphere and excellent performances, Garrow's Law offers an illuminating glimpse into history. Includes all 4 episodes of Series 2.|
|526||Feature Film||The Wire (DVD)||60.5 hrs.||DVD release of series episodes originally produced 2002-2008 for the television program The Wire.
Filmed on location in Baltimore, Maryland.
Special features: episode previews and recaps, q & a with David Simon and creative team, conversations with David Simon, audio commentaries from cast and crew, four-season retrospective, 2 documentaries, 3 prequels exploring life before The Wire, gag reel.
|Dominic West, John Doman, Idris Elba, Frankie R. Faison, Wood Harris.||Created by David Simon, produced by Nina Kostoff Noble and David Simon.||An urban epic set in Baltimore, where police detectives investigate cases involving the illegal drug trade, the seaport system, the city government and its bureaucracy, the school system, and the print news media.|
|527||Instructional Video||You Are There. Abraham Lincoln's Great Moments (DVD)||50 min.||Originally aired on television as CBS TV series in 1955.
||Hosted by Walter Cronkite.||The emancipation Proclamation: edited by James D. Ballas; director of photography, Ed Fitzgerald; directed by Bernard Girard; produced by James Fonda; written by Howard Rodman.
The Gettysburg address: written by Leslie Slote; directed by Sidney Lumet; produced by Charles W. Russell.
|The Emancipation Proclamation: January 1st, 1863. One hundred days ago, President Abraham Lincoln issued an ultimatum to the South: either lay down your arms or set all slaves free. Tensions are building and the President must make a crucial decision. The Ohio volunteers, slaves and abolitionists pray for the emancipation.
The Gettysburg address: November 19th, 1863. President Abraham Lincoln is set to address a crowd in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to dedicate a cemetery memorializing the Union soldiers who died in battle. Prior to the speech, both northerners and southerners, including one of Grant's generals, General Sherman and the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis voice their conflicting opinions about the war and what they anticipate will be said by Lincoln.
|528||Instructional Video||A. Lincoln : Attorney at Law (DVD)||28 min.||Originally produced by Callan Films in 2006.
Bonus feature: The Last Stop Statue.
|Narrator, Craig Lindvahl; scholars, Harold Holzer, John Lupton, John Y. Simon, Dennis Suttles, Frank Williams.||Written, photographed, edited and composed by Craig Lindvahl.||Using archival materials and the insights of Lincoln scholars, this film focuses on Abraham Lincoln's legal career, the critical period in his life that determined how he would govern.
The Last Stop Statue tells the story of the sculpture of Abraham Lincoln, created by John McClary, that was commissioned by Monte Siegrist as a gift to the citizens of Christian County, Illinois.
|529||Instructional Video||Lincoln (1988 : DVD)||3 hr. 8 min.||Originally produced for television broadcast 1988.
Based on the book: Lincoln, by Gore Vidal.
At head of title: Gore Vidal's.
|Mary Tyler Moore, Sam Waterston, Richard Mulligan.||Director, Lamont Johnson; teleplay, Ernest Kinoy; producers, Bob Christiansen and Rick Rosenberg; executive producers, Sheldon Pinchuk and Bill and Pat Finnegan; editor, James Oliver; production designer, Paul Peters; director of photography, William Wages; music, Ernest Gold.||Reveals the political and personal struggles of President Lincoln as he guided the nation through the Civil War while confronting his own family tragedies.|
|530||Feature Film||Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (DVD)||81 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1956.||Dana Andrews, Joan Fontaine, Sidney Blackmer, Arthur Franz, Philip Bourneuf, Edward Binns, Shepperd Strudwick, Robin Raymond, Barbara Nichols.||Directed by Fritz Lang; story and screenplay by Douglas Morrow; produced by Bert Friedlob; photography by William E. Snyder; music by Herschel Burke Gilbert.||Crusading publisher Austin Spenser wants to prove a point about the insufficiency of circumstantial evidence. Spencer talks his prospective son-in-law Tom Garrett into participating in a hoax, the better to expose the alleged ineptitude of a conviction-happy DA. Tom will plant clues indicating that he is the murderer of a nightclub dancer, then stand trial for murder; just as the jury reaches its inevitable guilty verdict, Spencer will step forth to reveal the set-up and humiliate the DA. Somewhat surprisingly, Tom eagerly agrees to this subterfuge. Unfortunately, an unforeseen event renders their perfectly formed scheme useless.|
|531||Instructional Video||The Conspirator (DVD and Blu-ray)||2 hr. 2 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2010.
Special features: Disc 1: Audio commentary with director Robert Redford. Disc 2: The Conspirator: The Plot to Kill Lincoln (67 minute documentary), The Making of 'The Conspirator,' TV spots, Photo gallery, 'Witness history' featurettes.
|James McAvoy, Robin Wright, Kevin Kline, Evan Rachel Wood, Danny Huston, Justin Long, Colm Meaney, Alexis Bledel, James Badge Dale.||Produced by Robert Redford (and others); story by James Solomon and Gregory Bernstein; written by James Solomon; directed by Robert Redford; Director of photography, Newton Thomas Sigel; editor, Craig McKay; costume designer, Louise Frogley; music, Mark Isham.||In the wake of Abraham Lincoln's assassination, seven men and one woman are arrested and charged with conspiring to kill the President and others. Against the ominous backdrop of post-Civil War Washington, war hero Frederick Aiken (James McAvoy) reluctantly agrees to defend the lone woman charged, Mary Surratt (Robin Wright), before a military tribunal. As the nation turns against her, Surratt is forced to rely on Aiken to uncover the truth and save her life.|
|532||Feature Film||The Conspirator (DVD and Blu-ray)||2 hr. 2 min.||INCLUDED IN "DOCUMENTARIES" SECTION|
|533||Instructional Video||Hot Coffee: Is Justice Being Served? (DVD)||89 min.||Al Franken and John Grisham.||Directed by Susan Saladoff; produced by Carly Hugo, Alan Oxman, and Susan Saladoff.||Exposes how corporations spent millions on a propaganda campaign to distort Americans' view of lawsuits, forever changing the civil justice system. From the infamous case of the woman who sued McDonalds over spilled coffee to the saga of the Mississippi Supreme Court Justice deemed 'not corporate enough' by business interests, this program tears apart the conventional wisdom about 'frivolous lawsuits.'|
|534||Instructional Video||Tough Decisions: Defending the Homeland (DVD)||27 min.||Produced by WFYI in partnership with the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis and the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs.||Narrated by Kim Hood Jacobs and Scott Hoke.||Edited by David Tarr.||This simulation of a terrorism event forces a new generation of global leaders to develop innovative counter-terrorism tactics and strategies in order to disrupt terrorist activities, while restoring public safety and maintaining First Amendment rights.|
|535||Instructional Video||Abraham Lincoln, A Lawyer for the Ages (DVD)||22nd Thomas E. Fairchild lecture, delivered at the University of Wisconsin Law School, May 7, 2010.||John S. Skilton, speaker.||John Skilton discusses Abraham Lincoln's law practice and how it affected his thinking, rhetoric and leadership style.|
|536||Instructional Video||Federal Sentencing Policy: A Path for the Future (DVD)||23rd Thomas E. Fairchild lecture, delivered at the University of Wisconsin Law School, April 15, 2011.||William K. Sessions, speaker.||Judge Sessions discusses the U.S. Sentencing Commission’s attempts to achieve sentencing reform in the midst of inter-branch power struggles.|
|537||Instructional Video||CLEPR, Its History and Its Legacy (DVD)||23 min.||Executive producer, writer and narrator: J.P. "Sandy" Ogilvy; edited by Teresa Stubs.||A short film commemorating the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility.|
|538||Feature Film||Thurgood (DVD)||105 min.||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.
|Laurence Fishburne.||Director, Michael Stevens; writer, George Stevens, Jr.||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.|
|539||Feature Film||Fairly Legal - Season One (DVD)||7 hr. 10 min.||Originally aired on USA network in 2011.||Sarah Shahi, Michael Trucco, Virginia Williams, Baron Vaugh.||Creator/Executive Producer: Michael Sardo.||Kate Reed is a mediator whose skills are tested as she solves unconventional cases while balancing her complicted life.|
|540||Instructional Video||The Loving Story (DVD)||77 min.||Originally released as documentary in 2011.||Interviews and commentary (archival footage): Richard Loving, Mildred Loving, J. Lindsay Almond Jr., Virginia Governor, 1958; Edward Ayers, Historian and President, University of Richmond; Judge Leon M. Bazile, Caroline County Circuit Court; David Brinkley, NBC News, Washington; Bernard S. Cohen, Philip J. Hirschkop, ACLU Attorneys.||Directed by Nancy Buirski; produced by Nancy Buirski & Elisabeth Haviland James; written by Nancy Buirski & Susie Ruth Powell.||Documentary about the case of Richard & Mildred Loving, a white man & a black woman who were convicted by the state of Virginia for the crime of marrying across racial lines in the late 1950s.|
|541||Instructional Video||Crime after Crime (DVD)||93 min.||Released in 2012.
OWN documentary club.
|A film by Yoav Potash.||The dramatic story of the legal battle to free Debbie Peagler, a woman imprisoned for over a quarter century due to her connection to the murder of the man who abused her. Filming in and out of prison for over five years, filmmaker Yoav Potash methodically documented this story as it unfolded.|
|542||Instructional Video||Into the Abyss (DVD)||107 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2011.||Jason Burkett, Werner Herzog, Michael Perry.||Written and directed by Werner Herzog, produced by Erik Nelson, cinematography by Peter Zeitlinger, editing by Joe Bini, music by Mark Degli Antoni.||In his exploration of a triple homicide case iin Conroe, Texas, Herzog probes the human psyche to explore why people kill, and why a state kills. His investigation unveils layers of humanity, making an enlightening trip out of ominous territory.|
|543||Feature Film||Garrow's Law. Series 3 (DVD)||4 hrs.||Originally broadcast as episodes of the BBC television program in 2011.
Bonus features include "Garrow's Law: From Dawn to Dusk" featurette, photo gallery, and cast filmographies.
|Andrew Buchan (Garrow), Alun Armstrong (Southouse), Lyndsey Marshal (Lady Sarah), Rupert Graves (Sir Arthur), Aidan McArdle (Sylvester), Michael Culkin (Judge Buller).||Written by Tony Marchant and Damian Wayling; co-created by Tony Marchant; directed by Ashley Pearce; produced by Nick Pitt; graphic design by Hannah Capron; music by Edmund Buff; edited by Steve Singleton; executive producers Gaynor Holmes, Dominic Barlow, and Tim Carter; Shed Media executive producer, Kate Croft; BBC executive producer, Mark Bell.||Continuing to fight for prisoners' rights, Garrow defends a man who fired a pistol at King George III, weavers accused of industrial sabotage, and a man falsely charged with murder. Meanwhile, Garrow's own circumstances are dire. Now living with Lady Sarah, he is impoverished and ostracized by his peers, and his mentor, Southouse, is seriously ill.|
|544||Instructional Video||On Moral Grounds: A Documentary about the Final Chapter of Holocaust Restitution (DVD)||1 hr. 14 min.||Released by June Day Productions in 2012.||Produced and directed by Robby Kushner; written by Robby Kushner, Josh Levine, and Jesse Baldwin; edited by Jesse Baldwin; director of photography, Brad Swonetz; music composed and performed by Ethan Schreiber.||"This poignant documentary, shot on location in eastern Europe and in the courtrooms of the United States, brings to light the saga of Holocaust restitution and the stories of those who have sought justice for half a century. One man, Adolf Stern, takes us on an emotional journey that mirrors similar quests by thousands of other Holocaust survivors." --Container.|
|546||Instructional Video||The Ballad of Willie & Lucille: Disappointed Expectations of Contract Law and the Legal System (DVD)||29 min.||Presented by the University of Oklahoma College of Law and Professor Judith L. Maute in association with Zone IV Productions.
Script based on "The Unearthed Facts of Peevyhouse v. Garland Coal & Mining Co." by Judith L. Maute.
|Presenter: Judith L. Maute; featuring Elizabeth Warren (Harvard Law School), Randy Barnett (Georgetown Law), Douglas Baird (University of Chicago Law School), Jimmy LaFave.||Producers, Judith L. Maute and Porter Heath Morgan; director and editor, Porter Heath Morgan; lyrics by William Blodgett and Todd Lowry.||Documentary film about the infamous Oklahoma Supreme Court contracts case, Peevyhouse vs. Garland Coal Co., 382 P.2d 109 (Okla. 1962), involving the rule of damages for breach of explicit remedial provisions in a strip mining lease.|
|547||Instructional Video||Know Your Rights (DVD)||47 min.||In English, Spanish and French.||Produced by the American Bar Association in 2012.||Presents overview of the American legal system's immigration removal process to help people who have received a notice to appear (NTA) or who are detained currently understand their rights and what to expect during the process.|
|548||Feature Film||Changing Lanes (DVD)||99 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002.||Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Affleck, Toni Collette, Sydney Pollack, William Hurt, Amanda Peet, Richard Jenkins, Dylan Baker, Kim Staunton.||Story by Chap Taylor; screenplay by Chap Taylor and Michael Tolkin; produced by Scott Rudin; directed by Roger Michell; director of photography, Salvatore Totino; edited by Christopher Tellefsen; music by David Arnold; costume designer, Ann Roth; production designer, Kristi Zea.||A minor traffic accident turns two perfect strangers into vicious adversaries waging an all-out war of personal destruction.|
|549||Feature Film||Ten Rillington Place (DVD)||112 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1970.
Based on the book Ten Rillington Place by Ludovic Kennedy.
|Richard Attenborough, Judy Geeson, John Hurt, Pat Heywood, Isobel Black, Robert Hardy, Geoffrey Chater, Andre Morell, Sam Kydd, Gabrielle Daye; director of photography, Denys Coop; editor, Ernest Walter; music, John Dankworth.||Screenplay by Clive Exton; produced by Leslie Linder and Martin Ransohoff; directed by Richard Fleischer.||In 1959, an innocent man, Timothy Evans, is charged with the gruesome slaying of his wife and baby. Convicted by the testimony of his landlord, John Christie, a mild-mannered ex-policeman, Evans is sentenced to hang. However, after the execution, evidence reveals that the real psychotic killer is continuing his mass murder spree. Public outcry over this true case led to Great Britain abolishing the death penalty.|
|550||Instructional Video||Constitutional Law and the Civil Rights Movement: Visiting History and Heroes (DVD)||96 min.||Presented by Stetson University College of Law.||Narrated by Robert Bickel and Raymond Arsenault.||Directed and edited by Robert Bickel and Stan Arthur.||A documentary which visits sites that were significant in the civil rights movement in the United States. Presents the information in an oral history format, with interviews with civil rights lawyers, movement veterans, and media historians.|
|551||Instructional Video||Out of the Ashes, 9/11 (DVD)||2 hrs.||Special features:
Disc 1: Family and attorney profiles, timeline, updates to stories, filmmakers' biographies.
Disc 2: Research, documents, and promotional materials for CLE and classroom use.
A "Films for Justice" production from Seattle University School of Law.
|Narrated by Charles Ogletree.||Written, produced and directed by Marilyn Berger; co-director, Sarah Holt; associate producer, Judith Wacht; editor and graphic designer, Pamela Taylor Waldman.||A documentary featuring seven 9/11 families: a firefighter's father whose son was one of 343 killed, the widow of Flight 93's co-pilot; an undocumented worker's family; a widow of a bond trader; a widow of an insurance agent who rejected the Fund and filed litigation; a same-sex partner; and the family of the first respiratory casualty from the toxic dust at Ground Zero.|
|552||Instructional Video||No Way Out But One (DVD)||90 min.||Narrated by Barry Nolan.||Produced and directed by Garland Waller and Barry Nolan, written by Barry Nolan and Garland Waller.||A documentary which presents the story of Holly Collins, who, in 1994, became an international fugitive when she grabbed her three children and went on the run. It all happened because a family court had ignored Holly's charges, the children's pleas, Holly's broken nose, Zackary's fractured skull, and other medical evidence of domestic violence. The family court gave full custody of Zackary and Jennifer to Holly's ex-husband. It was at that point that Holly came to believe she and the children had No Way Out But One. In what has become an incredible saga, Holly eventually fled the United States. For a while, she lived beneath the radar, hiding on Indian reservations, in Mexico and Guatemala. With three children and no passports, incredibly, she made it to Amsterdam where she blurted out a plea for asylum. The fact that she was fleeing domestic violence and would not be protected if she were returned to the US, seemed ridiculous at first. But Holly had come armed with legal and medical documents. At first, she and her children were treated as refugees, living in a refugee center with others fleeing violence from around the world. Living shoulder to shoulder with people learning to use indoor plumbing for the first time in their lives, Holly and her kids made the best of it. At least they were safe. Holly became the first US citizen to be granted asylum by the government of the Netherlands. She lived a quiet, low profile life for the next 14 years, until FBI agents came calling. Hoping to return Holly to the US to face kidnapping charges, they interviewed her now grown children. Jennifer and Zackary told the agents that far from being their kidnapper, their mother was their savior and their hero. Eventually, all charges against Holly were dropped, save one: contempt of court. In September of 2011, Holly and her children returned to the US.|
|553||Feature Film||The Laughmaker (DVD)||130 min.||Originally presented on Studio One on CBS-TV in 1953.
Bonus feature: The Square Peg, produced by Donald Davis with Dorothy Matthews, written for television by Alvin Sapinsley, directed by Paul Nickell, and starring Thomas Mitchell, Orson Bean, Hildy Parks, and Howard Smith.
Special features: Watch the feature programs with or without period commercials with Betty Furness demonstrating Westinghouse products; documentary on the history of Studio One.
|Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, Rita Morley, Marian Seldes, Sally Gracie, Carl Frank.||Produced by Fletcher Markle, written for television by A.J. Russell, directed by Paul Nickell.||The Laughmaker: Gleason plays the sad clown, and Carney his nemesis, a reporter looking for the man behind the mask.
The Square Peg: A personnel psychologist is unwittingly hired by a mob boss to shake up his crew. When the psychologist realizes what's going on, he tries to do the right thing--the wrong way.
|554||Feature Film||Sentence of Death (DVD)||130 min.||Originally presented on Studio One on CBS-TV in 1953.
From a story by Thomas Walsh.
Bonus feature: The Night America Trembled, produced by Gordon Duff, written by Nelson Bond, directed by Tom Donovan, starring Edward R. Murrow, Alexander Scourby, Robert Blackburn, Casey Allen, and Norman Rose.
Special features: Watch the features with or without period commercials with Betty Furness demonstrating Westinghouse products; documentary on the history of Studio One.
|Gene Lyons, Betsy Palmer, Ralph Dunn, James Dean, Virginia Vincent.||Produced by John Haggott, written for television by Adrian Spies, directed by Matt Harlib.||Sentence of Death: A young James Dean plays a young man who was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The Night America Trembled: A re-enactment of the night in 1938 when Orson Welles' War of the Worlds was broadcast on the radio.
|555||Feature Film||Raising the Bar (Television program). Season 1 (DVD)||7 hr. 10 min.||Originally broadcast on television as individual episodes in 2008.||Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Gloria Reuben, Currie Graham.||A group of young lawyer friends and former law school classmates find themselves on opposing sides.||Disc 1. Pilot; Guatemala Gulfstream; I Will, I'm Will; Richie Richer -- Disc 2. Bagels and Locks; Hang Time; A Leg to Stand On; Out on the Roof -- Disc 3. Roman Holiday; Shop Till You Drop.|
|556||Feature Film||The Green Mile (DVD)||3 hr. 9 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1999.
Based on the novel by Stephen King.
|Tom Hanks, David Morse, Bonnie Hunt, Michael Clarke Duncan, James Cromwell, Michael Jeter, Graham Greene, Doug Hutchison, Sam Rockwell, Barry Pepper, Jeffrey DeMunn, Patricia Clarkson, Harry Dean Stanton, Dabbs Greer, Eve Brent.||Produced by David Valdes and Frank Darabont; written for the screen and directed by Frank Darabont; director of photography, David Tattersall; editor, Richard Francis-Bruce; music, Thomas Newman; costume designer, Karyn Wagner; production designer, Terence Marsh.||A death row inmate in a Southern prison possesses the unusual gift of healing. A guard discovers the inmate's miraculous power and begins to question the man's guilt.|
|559||Feature Film||The Practice. Volume 1 (DVD)||9 hr. 24 min.||Originally broadcast on television in 1997.
Contains the first 13 episodes of the television series.
|Dylan McDermott, Michael Badalucco, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Steve Harris, Camryn Manheim, Kelli Williams, Lara Flynn Boyle.||Created by David E. Kelley.||Bobby Donnell is a young, passionate lawyer struggling to keep his small Boston law firm afloat. Along with associate attorneys Lindsay Dole, Ellenor Frutt, Eugene Young, Jimmy Berluti and assistant Rebecca Washington, he walks a fine line between his own principles and his legal obligations to his clients. Striving for justice, Bobby squares off against formidable adversaries like tenacious and sexy prosecutor Helen Gamble, a relationship that catches fire both in and out of court. Full of idealistic dreams of defending the innocent, Bobby quickly realizes that being a good defense lawyer is more challenging than he ever expected.|
|561||Feature Film||Enemy of the State (DVD)||132 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1998.||Will Smith, Gene Hackman, Jon Voight, Regina King, Loren Dean, Jake Busey, Barry Pepper, Jason Lee, Gabriel Byrne, Lisa Bonet, Jack Black, Jamie Kennedy, Scott Caan.||Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, written by David Marconi, directed by Tony Scott, music by Trevor Rabin and Harry Gregson-Williams, edited by Chris Lebenzon, director of photography, San Mindel.||"Robert Clayton Dean is a successful Washington D.C. attorney who-- without his knowledge-- is given a video that ties a top official of the National Security Agency to a political murder. Instantly, every aspect of Dean's once-normal life is targeted by a lethal team of skilled NSA surveillance operatives, who wage a relentless, ultrahigh-tech campaign to discredit him and retrieve the incriminating evidence"--Container.|
|562||Feature Film||Conviction (DVD)||102 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2010.||Hilary Swank, Melissa Leo, Sam Rockwell, Minne Driver, Peter Gallagher, Juliette Lewis.||Produced by Andrew Sugerman, Andrew S. Karch, and Tony Goldwyn, written by Pamela Gray, directed by Tony Goldwyn, music by Paul Cantelon, edited by Jay Cassidy, director of photography, Adriano Goldman.||Betty Anne Waters is a young woman whose world is shattered when her beloved brother Kenny is convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. Steadfastly convinced of his innocence, Betty Anne embarks on an 18-year journey to set Kenny free, using state-of-the-art forensic technology. The unshakable bond between a brother and sister, at the heart of this real-life drama, will stir your emotions and inspire you. Bonus features included.|
|563||Feature Film||The Lincoln Lawyer (DVD)||119 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2011.
Based on the book by Michael Connelly.
|Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Tomei, Ryan Phillippe, Josh Lucas, John Leguizamo, Michael PenÌƒa, Bob Gunton, Frances Fisher, Bryan Cranston, William H. Macy.||Produced by Sidney Kimmel, screenplay by John Romano, directed by Brad Furman, edited by Jeff McEvoy, music by Cliff Martinez, director of photography, Lukas Ettlin.||Michael 'Mick' Haller is a slick, charismatic Los Angeles criminal defense attorney who operates out of the back of his Lincoln Town Car. Having spent most of his career defending petty, gutter-variety criminals, Mick unexpectedly lands the case of a lifetime. However, what initially appears to be a straightforward case with a big money payoff swiftly develops into a deadly match between two masters of manipulation and a crisis of conscience for Haller.|
|564||Feature Film||Murder by Numbers (DVD)||116 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2002.||Sandra Bullock, Ryan Gosling, Michael Pitt, Agnes Bruckner, Chris Penn, R.D. Call, Ben Chaplin.||Produced by Richard Crystal, Barbet Schroeder and Susan Hoffman, written by Tony Gayton, directed by Barbet Schroeder, edited by Lee Percy, music by Clint Mansell, Director of photography, Luciano Tovoli.||Two unlikely high school friends execute a 'flawless' murder with the hopes of using the established forensic rules to help them get away with it. A female detective with a history begins to see through their veil of misdirection.||Issued with: A Perfect Murder and Murder in the First.|
|565||Feature Film||A Perfect Murder (DVD)||107 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1998.
Based upon the play Dial M for Murder by Frederick Knott.
|Michael Douglas, Gwyneth Paltrow, Viggo Mortensen.||Screenplay by Patrick Smith Kelly, produced by Arnold Kopelson, directed by Andrew Davis, music by James Newton Howard, editing by Dennis Virkler, director of photography, Dariusz Wolski.||Steven Taylor, a rich commodities trader about to lose his fortune, is married to young, rich Emily, who is having an affair. In order to solve both of his problems, he plots to have his wife killed.||Issued with: Murder by Numbers and Murder in the First.|
|566||Feature Film||Portrait in Black (DVD)||113 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1960.||Lana Turner, Anthony Quinn, Sandra Dee, John Saxon, Lloyd Nolan, Ray Walston, Virginia Grey, Anna May Wong, Richard Basehart.||Produced by Ross Hunter, directed by Michael Gordon, play and screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts, music by Frank Skinner, cinematography by Russell Metty, editing by Milton Carruth, art direction by Richard H. Riedel.||An adulterous couple conspires to kill her tyrannical husband. Soon after the murder, the lovers in crime receive an anonymous letter that says only: "Dear Mrs. Cabot: Congratulations on the success of your murder."||Issued with: Madame X.|
|567||Feature Film||Puncture (DVD)||100 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2011.
Based on a true story.
|Brett Cullen, Chris Evans, Jesse L. Martin, Kate Burton, Michael Biehn, Vinessa Shaw.||Written by Chris Lopata, produced and directed by Adam Kassen and Mark Kassen, edited by Chip Smith, music by Ryan Ross Smith, story by Ela Thier and Paul Danzieger, director of photography, Helge Gerull.||Mike Weiss is a talented young Houston lawyer and a functioning drug addict. Paul Danziger, his longtime friend and partner, is the straight-laced and responsible yin to Mike's yang. Their mom-and-pop personal injury law firm is getting by, but things really get interesting when they decide to take on a case involving Vicky, a local ER nurse, who is pricked by a contaminated needle on the job. As Weiss and Danziger dig deeper into the case, heavyweight attorneys move in on the defense.|
|568||Feature Film||The Life of David Gale (DVD)||130 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002.||Kevin Spacey, Kate Winslet, Laura Linney, Gabriel Mann, Matt Craven, Leon Rippy, Rhona Mitra, Melissa McCarthy, Jim Beaver.||Directed by Alan Parker, written by Charles Randolph, produced by Alan Parker and Nicolas Cage, edited by Gerry Hambling, music by Alex Parker and Jake Parker, orchestrations by Jake Parker, director of photography, Michael Seresin.||A reporter is sent to chronicle the last days of an anti-death penalty activist now living on death row, after having been convicted of the murder of a fellow activist. The reporter grows to suspect he may have been framed, and sets out to verify her doubts.|
|569||Feature Film||Catch Me If You Can (DVD)||2 hr. 21 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2002.
Based on the book by Frank W. Abagnale, with Stan Redding.
|Leonardo Dicaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen, Nathalie Baye, Amy Adams, James Brolin, Brian Howe, Frank John Hughes, Steve Eastin, Chris Ellis, John Finn, Jennifer Garner, Nancy Lenehan, Ellen Pompeo.||Produced by Steven Spielberg and Walter F. Parkes; screenplay by Jeff Nathanson; directed by Steven Spielberg; drector of photography, Janusz Kaminski; film editor, Michael Kahn; music, John Williams; costume designer, Mary Zophres; production designer, Jeannine Oppewall; co-producer, Devorah Moos-Hankin; co-executive producer, Daniel Lupi; executive producers, Barry Kemp, Laurie MacDonald, Michel Shane, and Tony Romano.||Based on the autobiography of a brilliant young master of deception and the FBI agent hot on his trail. Frank W. Abagnale, Jr. passed himself off as a pilot, a lawyer, and a doctor all before his 21st birthday.|
|570||Feature Film||Thank You for Smoking (DVD)||91 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2005.
Based on the novel by Christopher Buckley.
|Aaron Eckhart, William H. Macy, Maria Bello, Rob Lowe, Katie Holmes, Robert Duvall, Adam Brody, Cameron Bright, Sam Elliott, David Koechner, J.K. Simmons, Robert Duvall, Kim Dickens.||Produced by David O. Sacks; screenplay by Jason Reitman; directed by Jason Reitman; director of photography, James Whitaker; editor, Dana E. Glauberman; music, Rolfe Kent; costume desigern, Danny Glicker; production designer, Steve Saklad.||Nick Naylor is a sexy, smart and charismatic spin-doctor for Big Tobacco who will fight to protect American's right to smoke. At the same time he is trying to maintain the idea of a perfect role model for his 12-year-old son. When Nick incurs the wrath of a senator bent on snuffing out cigarettes, Nick's powers of "filtering the truth" will be put to the test.|
|571||Feature Film||In Cold Blood (DVD)||133 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 1967.
Based on the novel by Truman Capote.
|Robert Blake, Scott Wilson, John Forsythe, Jeff Corey.||Written for the screen and directed by Richard Brooks; director of photography, Conrad Hall; editor, Peter Zinner; music, Quincy Jones.||A hard hitting docu-drama about two ex-cons who ruthlessly murder a Kansas family in 1959 in order to steal their non-existent stash of money.|
|577||Feature Film||L.A. Law. Season 1 (DVD)||17 hrs.||Television program originally aired 1986-1987.||Harry Hamlin, Corbin Bernsen, Jill Eikenberry, Jimmy Smits.||Created by Steven Bochco and Terry Louise Fisher.||First season of this award-winning television series, portraying the battles inside and outside the courtroom of a prominent Los Angeles legal firm.||Pilot, parts 1 & 2 -- Those Lips, That Eye -- The House of the Rising Flan -- The Princess and the Wiener King -- Simian Chanted Evening -- Slum Enchanted Evening -- Raiders of the Lost Bark -- Gibbon Take -- The Venus Butterfly -- Fry Me to the Moon -- El Sid -- Sidney, the Dead-Nosed Reindeer -- Prince Kuzak in a Can - The Douglas Fur Ball -- December Bribe -- Beef Jerky -- Becker on the Rox -- Fifty Ways to Floss Your Lover -- The Grace of Wrath -- Sparky Brackman, R.I.P. -- Oy Vey, Wilderness -- Pigmalion.|
|578||Feature Film||L.A. Law. Season 2 (DVD)||16 hrs.||Television program originally aired 1987-1988.||Harry Hamlin, Corbin Bernsen, Susan Dey, Jimmy Smits.||Created by Steven Bochco and Terry Louise Fisher.||Second season of this series, portraying the battles inside and outside the courtroom of a prominent Los Angeles legal firm.||The Lung Goodbye -- The Wizard of Odds -- Cannon of Ethics -- Brackman Vasektimized -- The Brothers Grim -- Auld L'Anxiety -- Rohner vs. Gradinger -- Goldilocks and the Three Barristers -- Divorce with Extreme Prejudice -- Full Marital Jacket -- Gorilla of My Dreams -- Hand Roll Express -- Beauty and Obese -- Petticoat Injunction -- The Bald Ones -- Fetus Completus -- Belle of the Bald -- Open Heart Perjury -- Leapin' Lizards -- Chariots of Meyer.|
|579||Feature Film||Zero Dark Thirty (DVD & Blu-Ray)||2 hrs. 37 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture and released in 2012.||Jessica Chastain, Joel Edgerton, Jason Clarke, Jennifer Ehle, Kyle Chandler, James Gandolfini, Chris Pratt.||Directed by Kathryn Bigelow; written by Mark Boal; produced by Mark Boal, Kathryn Bigelow, and Megan Ellison; edited by Dylan Tichenor and William Goldenberg; music by Alexandre Desplat; director of photography, Greig Fraser.||Chronicles the decade-long search for Osama bin Laden following the September 2001 attacks, and his death at the hands of Navy SEAL Team 6.|
|580||Instructional Video||Scenes of a Crime (DVD)||1 hr. 28 min.||Includes the original theatrical version (88 minutes) and an edited shortened version (48 minutes).||Producers/directors, Grover Babcock and Blue Hadaegh; editor, Robert DeMaio; cinematographers, David Elkins and Brian Mulchy.||Explores how modern police interrogation tactics (including lies, threats and false evidence) place extraordinary pressures on suspects, and can encourage an innocent person to confess falsely.|
|581||Feature Film||Lincoln (2012 : DVD)||2 hrs. 30 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2012.
Based on the book "Team of Rivals: the Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln" by Doris Kearns Goodwin.
|Sally Field, Daniel Day-Lewis, Tommy Lee Jones, James Spader, Hal Holbrook, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jackie Earle Haley, John Hawkes, Jared Harris, David Strathairn.||Directed by Steven Spielberg, produced by Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy, screenplay by Tony Kushner.||A revealing drama that focuses on the 16th president's tumultuous final months in office. In a nation divided by war and the strong winds of change, Lincoln pursues a course of action designed to end the war, unite the country, and abolish slavery. With the moral courage and fierce determination to succeed, his choices during this critical moment will change the fate of generations to come.|
|582||Feature Film||The Boston Strangler (DVD)||1 hr. 56 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1968.
Based on a book by Gerold Frank.
|Tony Curtis, Henry Fonda, George Kennedy, Mike Kellin, Hurd Hatfield.||Screenplay by Edward Anhalt; produced by Robert Fryer; directed by Richard Fleischer; director of photography, Richard H. Kline; edited by Marion Rothman; music by Lionel Newman.||Based on the true story of "Boston Strangler" Albert De Salvo, the man who terrorized the city for a year and a half when he murdered thirteen women.|
|583||Feature Film||Rage of Angels -- The Story Continues (DVD)||3 hrs. 6 min.||Originally televised in 1986.
Based on the Sidney Sheldon novel.
|Jaclyn Smith, Angela Lansbury, Ken Howard, Susan Sullivan, Michael Nouri.||Written by Robert L. Joseph, produced by Ron Roth, directed by Paul Wendkos, music by Billy Goldenberg, edited by James Galloway, director of photography, Jack Priestley.||Six years have passed since the conclusion of Rage of Angels. Jennifer Parker has become a high-powered New York attorney and the still-married Adam Warner has been elected Vice-President. Although separated, they are still united by their love, an illegitimate child, and vengeance from Michael Moretti's brother.|
|584||Instructional Video||Defending Gideon (DVD)||30 min.||A film by The Constitution Project.
Funded by the Ford Foundation and Arnold & Porter LLP.
|Narrated by Martin Sheen.||produced by New Media Advocacy Project.||This documentary deals with the landmark case Gideon v. Wainwright, which guarantees poor defendants the right to counsel in criminal cases. It also presents contemporary portraits of legal injustice.|
|585||Instructional Video||Injustice (DVD)||1 hr. 47 min.||Narrator, Greg Williams.||Produced and directed by Rich Confalone and Kip Prestholdt; written by Rich Confalone, Kip Prestholdt, and Lauren Cardillo; edited by Jonathan Ross; music by Charlie Barnett and Brendan Canty; director of photography, Rich Confalone; executive producer, Brian J. Kelly.||"A film about greed and corruption in America's lawsuit industry."|
|586||Instructional Video||American Gypsy: A Stranger in Everybody's Land (DVD)||80 min.||Originally released in 1999.
Best Documentary Grand Prize: San Francisco International Film Festival; Best Documentary: Atlanta International Film Festival; First Time Director: London OOTD.
|Commentary: Ian Hancock and William Duna.||Written, produced and directed by Jasmine Dellal; edited by Joseph De Francesco and Jasmine Dellal; camera, Michele Zaccheo.||America is home to one million Gypsies, or Rom, whose rich culture has long been mysterious to outsiders. Jimmy Marks, a flamboyant Romani leader who lives in Spokane, Washington, invites the viewer into this closed world. He leads us through the history of his people through civil rights courts, Las Vegas casinos and beyond.|
|587||Feature Film||The Good Wife (Television program). Seasons 1-6 (DVD)||6 box sets||Originally broadcast by CBS.||Julianna Margulies, Christine Baranski, Josh Charles, Archie Panjabi, Matt Czuchry, Chris Noth, Alan Cumming, Graham Phillips, Makenzie Vega.||Created by Michelle King and Robert King.||A television program that follows Alicia, a politician's wife who pursues her own career as a defense attorney after her husband is sent to jail on charges of political corruption. The series follows her legal career as well as her family life, taking care of their two children.|
|646||Feature Film||Bridge of Spies (DVD)||141 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2015. Academy awards, 2016: Best supporting actor (Rylance) Bonus feature: A case of the Cold War: Bridge of spies (featurette) (18 min.).||Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance, Amy Ryan, Scott Shepherd, Sebastian Koch, Alan Alda, Austin Stowell, Billy Magnussen, Eve Hewson, Jesse Plemons.||Directed by Steven Spielberg ; written by Matt Charman and Ethan Coen & Joel Coen ; produced by Steven Spielberg, Marc Platt, Kristie Macosko Krieger.||James Donovan is a Brooklyn lawyer who finds himself thrust into the center of the Cold War when the CIA sends him on the near-impossible task to negotiate the release of a captured American U-2 pilot.|
|588||Feature Film||Silk. Season One (DVD)||5 hr. 51 min.||Originally broadcast as a BBC television series in 2011.
English sound track; English subtitles.
Special feature: Behind the scenes.
|Neil Stuke, Rupert Penry-Jones, Maxine Peake.||Directed by Michael Offer, David Evans, and Catherine Morshead; created by Pter Moffat; written by Peter Moffat and Steve Thompson; produced by Cameron Roach.||Martha Costello is a brilliant, passionate defense barrister with a reputation for defending the poor and downtrodden. She is about to embark on the next step of her career and apply to be a member of the highly prestigious Queen's Counsel. But she's not the only one at her chambers applying. Joining Martha is Clive Reader - charming and ruthless, funny, gifted, and dangerous. Only one is likely to be made QC, so how they perform in court is vital, and Clive knows how to play the game.|
|589||Instructional Video||Khodorkovsky (DVD)||1 hr. 52 min.||Released in 2012.
English dialogue; German, and Russian dialogue with forced English subtitles.
|Mikhail Khodorkovsky; narrated by Jean-Marc Barr.||Produced and directed by Cyril Tuschi; director of photography, Cyril Tuschi; editor, Salome Machaidze; music, Arvo Part.||In October 2003, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, former head of the Russian oil company Yukos, was arrested on charges of tax evasion and fraud. This documentary uncovers the story behind his arrest and subsequent conviction, the story of a man who has transformed from the wealthiest man in Russia into a martyr for the cause of political freedom and rule of law. Includes footage from a meeting between Khodorkovsky and Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as newsreel interviews with Putin himself.|
|590||Instructional Video||Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer (DVD)||88 min.||Russian dialogue; English subtitles.
Bonus features: Exclusive interview with Katia; Sheffield Film Festival Q&A; Theatrical trailer.
|Pussy Riot (Mariya Alyokhina, Ekaterina Samutsevich, and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova).||Produced and directed by Mike Lerner and Maxim Pozdorovkin.||With unparalleled exclusive access, the film tells the incredible story of three young women: Nadia, Masha, and Katia, members of the feminist art collective Pussy Riot, who performed a 40-second 'punk prayer' inside Russia's main cathedral. The performance led to their arrest on charges of religious hatred and culminated in a trial that has reverberated around the world and transformed the face of Russian society forever.|
|591||Feature Film||Suits (Television program). Seasons 1-4 (DVD)||4 box sets||DVD release of episodes originally broadcast on television in 2011-2014. Special features: extended international pilot; webisodes, deleted scenes; gag reel; commentaries.||Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman, Meghan Markle, Sarah Rafferty, Gina Torres.||Created by Aaron Korsh.||This new original series delves into the fast-paced, high-stakes world of a top Manhattan corporate law firm, where hotshot attorney Harvey Specter makes a risky move by hiring the brilliant but unmotivated Mike Ross as his new associate. The only problem is, Mike doesn't have an actual law degree. Mike and Harvey must keep their secret from everyone, including managing partner Jessica, as they take on New York's most high profile cases.|
|645||Feature Film||Better Call Saul (Television program). Season one (DVD)||470 min.||Originally broadcast as individual episodes of the television program in 2015. Prequel to: Breaking bad.||Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, Michael McKean.||Created by Vince Gilligan & Peter Gould ; producer, Bob Odenkirk, Nina Jack, Diane Mercer. Director of photography, Arthur Albert ; music, Dave Porter.||The trials and tribulations of criminal lawyer, Saul Goodman, in the time leading up to establishing his strip-mall law office in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A spinoff from the Breaking Bad television show, it takes place six years before the events of Breaking Bad and follows small-time lawyer Jimmy McGill and the circumstances that lead to his metamorphosis into criminal-minded lawyer Saul Goodman.||Disc 1. (Episodes 1-4) Uno ; Mijo ; Nacho ; Hero (uncensored) -- disc 2. (Episodes 5-7) Alpine shepherd boy ; Five-o ; Bingo -- disc 3. (Episodes 8-10) RICO ; Pimento (uncensored) ; Marco (uncensored).|
|592||Instructional Video||My Brooklyn (DVD)||1 hr. 17 min.||This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2012.
|Director, Kelly Anderson; producers, Allison Lirish Dean and Kelly Anderson; editor, Kathryn Barnier; photographer, Jamel Shabazz; original score, Benjamin Fries and Simon Beins.||"My Brooklyn follows director Kelly Anderson's journey, as a Brooklyn gentrifier, to understand the forces reshaping her neighborhood. The film documents the redevelopment of Fulton Mall, a bustling African-American and Caribbean commercial district that - despite its status as the third most profitable shopping area in New York City - is maligned for its inability to appeal to the affluent residents who have come to live around it. As a hundred small businesses are replaced by high rise luxury housing and chain retail, Anderson uncovers the web of global corporations, politicians and secretive public-private partnerships that drive seemingly natural neighborhood change. The film's ultimate question is increasingly relevant on a global scale: who has a right to live in cities and determine their future?"--Publisher's website.|
|593||Instructional Video||Brooklyn Matters||50 min.||This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play in all DVD players or drives.
||Narrator, Marlo Marron.||Produced and directed by Isabel Hill; director of photography, Chuck Clifton; editor, Marian Sears Hunter.||"Exposes how, in one community, powerful real estate interests and politicians collaborate to circumvent local laws, seize private property through eminent domain, manipulate public participation and racial politics to push forward what could become the densest development in the United States"--Container.|
|594||Instructional Video||Freedom Riders (DVD)||2 hr.||Based in part on the book "Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice," by Raymond Arsenault.
Originally produced as a documentary in 2010.
Television premiere, May 16, 2011, on the PBS series American Experience.
Nominated for Best Documentary Screenplay (Stanley Nelson), 2011 Writers Guild of America Awards; Official Selection, 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
|Written and directed by Stanley Nelson; produced by Stanley Nelson and Laurens Grant; director of photography, Robert Shepard; editors, Lewis Erskine and Aljernon Tunsil; original music, Tom Phillips; original concept developed by Paul Taylor; series producer, Susan Bellows.||This inspirational documentary is about a band of courageous civil-rights activists calling themselves the Freedom Riders. Gaining impressive access to influential figures on both sides of the issue, it chronicles a chapter of American history that stands as an astonishing testament to the accomplishment of youth and what can result from the incredible combination of personal conviction and the courage to organize against all odds.||Segregated travel -- Training the riders -- Boarding the buses -- Violence in Anniston -- The Birmingham mob -- Flying to New Orleans -- Diane Nash -- Bull Conner's Birmingham -- The Montgomery bus riot -- Martial law in Montgomery -- Continuing the rides -- Parchman Penitentiary -- Justice at last.|
|595||Instructional Video||Stonewall Uprising (DVD)||1 hr. 23 min.||Based on "Stonewall: The Riots That Sparked the Gay Revolution," by David Carter.
Originally broadcast as an episode of the television program The American Experience.
|Produced and directed by Kate Davis and David Heilbroner; written by David Heilbroner; edited by Kate Davis; filmed by Buddy Squires; music composed by Gary Lionelli.||Explores the dramatic event that launched a worldwide rights movement. When police raided a Mafia-run gay bar in Greenwich Village, the Stonewall Inn on June 28, 1969, gay men and women did something they had not done before: they fought back. As the streets of New York erupted into violent protests and street demonstrations, the collective anger announced that the gay rights movement had arrived.|
|596||Instructional Video||The Times of Harvey Milk (DVD)||1 hr. 28 min.||Originally produced as a documentary in 1984.
Winner, 1985 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
|Narrated by Harvey Fierstein; commentators Anne Kronenberg, Tory Hartmann, Tom Ammiano, Jim Elliot, Henry Der, Jeannine Yeomans, Bill Kraus, and Sally M. Gearhart.||Directed by Robert Epstein; produced by Richard Schmiechen; narration writers, Judith Coburn and Carter Wilson; edited by Deborah Hoffmann and Robert Epstein; cinematography by Frances Reid; original music composed and performed by Mark Isham; research by Wendy Zheutlin and Mellissa Katsus.||This documentary examines the political life of the self-proclaimed "Mayor Of Castro Street," N.Y. stockbroker turned San Francisco activist Harvey Milk, the first openly gay politician elected to public office in California. Milk was elected to a City Supervisor position in the '70s, when a successful gay politician was an anomaly, but Milk made the most of his brief time in power. When Dan White killed Milk and Mayor George Moscone, the loss experienced by Milk's supporters was profound. White robbed the gay-rights movement of a charismatic leader and eloquent voice, but he accidentally gave it something a smart political operative like Milk would surely have appreciated the power and value of: a bona fide martyr.||DISC 1: The times of Harvey Milk -- Harvey's political will -- Mayor of Castro Street -- A new kind of politics -- Campaign for supervisor -- Something new at city hall -- Advancing the issues -- San Francisco's Gay Rights Bill -- Proposition 6 -- Road to victory -- Dan White resigns -- Tragedy at city hall -- Candlelight march -- The trial -- "He got away with murder" -- Hope -- Closing credits -- Color bars -- Postscript -- Trailer.
DISC 2: Featurettes Jon Else (20 min); Two films, one legacy (23 min.); Harvey Milk recordings: "Out of the bars and into the streets" [audio] (14 min.); Texas Gay Conference Five [audio] (48 min.); Harvey Milk speaks out [video] (3 min.); Anti-Proposition 6 election night party [audio] (10 min.); Harvey Milk's political will [audio] (13 min.); Director's research tapes [video]: Scott Smith (80 min.); Bob Ross (53 min.); Amber Hollibaugh (44 min.); Cleve Jones (30 min.); Lillian Sing (15 min.); Hank Wilson (10 min.); From the Castro to the Oscars: Premiere at the Castro Theatre (8 min.); A night at the Oscars (3 min.); The Dan White case: News clips (4 min.); Panel discussion (30 min.); Harry Britt, Milk's successor (10 min.); Candlelight memorial (7 min.)
|597||Feature Film||Anita : Speaking Truth to Power (DVD)||77 min.||Anita Hill||Freida Mock||Professor Hill talked about her book, Speaking Truth to Power, published by Doubleday. The title of the book refers to her attempt in 1991 to convince the Senate Judiciary Committee that she was telling the truth about sexual harassment by Clarence Thomas, her supervisor at the Equal Employment Commission. She was testifying against the confirmation of Judge Thomas for U.S. Supreme Court Justice, but he was confirmed later by Congress. She referred to some of her questioners as "vicious." She also talked about the effects of her testimony on her life, about her work as a law professor, and about her continued fight against sexual harassment in the workplace.|
|598||Instructional Video||A Civil Remedy (DVD)||24 min.||Directed and produced by Kate Nace Day.||Civil remedy is a short documentary film that tells the story of one sex trafficking victim who survived- an American girl who was trafficked into prostitution in Boston at the age of seventeen, escaped to her family, and survived to finish school and become an anti-trafficking advocate. Civil remedy explores the importance of survivors' stories, the meaning of justice, and the need to place new legal tools in the hands of victims. A civil remedy (a state civil action for money damages) will empower victims to reclaim their equal place in their community, see their violators held accountable, and drain resources from the global sex industry.|
|599||Feature Film||Constitution USA (DVD)||4 hr.||Originally broadcast on PBS in May 2013.||Host, Peter Sagal.||Produced by Amanda Pollak; written by Jaime Bernanke with additional material by Peter Sagal; directed by Stephen Ives; co-producer, Christopher Buchanan; associate producer, Nlna Krstlc, Jonathan Gottfried; cinematography, Buddy Squires; original music, Peter Rundquist; production manager, Dan Kuvalakis.||Breathing new life into the traditional civics lesson, Peter Sagal travels across the country on a Harley Davidson to find out where the U.S. Constitution lives, how it works and how it doesn't, how it unites us as a nation and how it has nearly torn us apart. Sagal introduces some of today's major constitutional debates and talks with ordinary Americans and leading constitutional experts about what the Constitution actually says and what it means, the dramatic historical events and crises that have defined it, and why all this still matters to Americans today.|
|600||Feature Film||Final Analysis (DVD)||125 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1992.||Richard Gere, Kim Basinger, Uma Thurman, Eric Roberts.||Screenplay by Wesley Strick; produced by Charles Roven, Paul Junger Witt, Tony Thomas; directed by Phil Joanou. Director of photography, Jordan Cronenweth; editor, Thom Noble; music by George Fenton.||Psychiatrist Isaac Barr breaches professional ethics by romancing the sister of his troubled client and becomes the fall guy in a devious scheme of murder and inheritance.|
|603||Feature Film||Separate but Equal (DVD)||191 min.||Originally aired as a television mini-series in 1991.||Sidney Poitier, Burt Lancaster, Richard Kiley.||Written and directed by George Stevens, Jr.; executive producers, George Stevens, Jr. and Stan Margulies.||Based on the ground-breaking Brown vs. the Board of Education case in 1954, viewers follow a young Thurgood Marshall, the lawyer who argued the racially-charged lawsuit before the Supreme Court. When the black students of Clarendon County, South Carolina are denied their request for a single school bus, a bitter and courageous battle for justice and equality begins.|
|604||Feature Film||Legal Eagles (DVD)||116 min.||Robert Redford, Debra Winger, Daryl Hannah, Brian Dennehy, Terence Stamp, Steven Hill.||Produced and directed by Ivan Reitman; screenplay, Jim Cash, Jack Epps, Jr.; story, Ivan Reitman, Jim Cash. Jack Epps, Jr.; executive producers, Joe Medjuck, Michael C. Gross; production designer, John De Cuir; director of photography, Laszlo Kovacs; music by Elmer Bernstein.||A hard-nosed assistant district attorney and an imaginative defense attorney combine their talents to defend a spacey "performance artist" who is accused of theft and murder.|
|605||Feature Film||The Life of Emile Zola (DVD)||116 min.||Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1937. Winner of several Academy Awards in 1938.||Paul Muni (Emile Zola), Joseph Schildkraut (Capt. Alfred Dreyfus), Gale Sondergaard (Lucie Dreyfus), Donald Crisp (Maitre Labori), Gloria Holden (Alexandrine Zola), Erin O'Brien-Moore (Nana), Henry O'Neill (Colonel Picquart), Morris Carnovsky (Anatole France), Louis Calhern (Major Dort), John Litel (Charpentier), Ralph Morgan (Commander of Paris), Robert Barrat (Major Walsin-Esterhazy), Vladimir Sokoloff (Paul Cezanne), Harry Davenport (Chief of Staff), Robert Warwick (Major Henry), Charles Richman (M. Delagorgue), Gilbert Emery (Minister of War), Walter Kingsford (Colonel Sandherr), Paul Everton (Asst. Chief of Staff), Montagu Love (M. Cavalgnac), Frank Sheridan (M. Van Cassell), Lumsden Hare (Mr. Richards), Marcia Mae Jones (Helen Richards), Florence Roberts (Madame Zola), Dickie Moore (Pierre Dreyfus), Rolla Gourvitch (Jeanne Dreyfus).||Directed by William Dieterle; screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine, Heinz Herald, Geza Herczeg; story by Heinz Herald and Geza Herczeg. Photography, Tony Gaudio; film editor, Warren Low; music, Max Steiner; art director, Anton Grot; costumes by Milo Anderson and Ali Hubert.||Explores the career of the novelist who championed the cause of France's oppressed, notably in the Dreyfus case...|
|606||Feature Film||Blind Justice (DVD)||88 min.||Originally released as a television movie in 1994.||Elisabeth Shue, Armand Assante, Robert Davi.||Produced by Rick Nathanson; written by Daniel Knauf; directed by Richard Spence.||Canaan is a roving gunfighter, blinded during the Civil War. Traveling across the country, he is held-up by a gang of Mexican bandits and their ruthless leader, Alacran, in a bloody shoot-out. The injured Canaan finds shelter in a small western town and soon restored to health by the gentle nursing of Caroline. There he discovers the town is being held hostage by Alacran who is greedy for a stash of government silver defended only by a handful of U.S. cavalrymen. Canaan has no loyalty to the government, but he does to its silver. In exchange for ten percent, he rides through Alacran's blockade in search of reinforcements, only to find the Cavalry butchered by the brutal gang.|
|607||Feature Film||Malice (DVD)||107 min.||Videodisc release of the 1993 motion picture.||Alec Baldwin, Nicole Kidman, Bill Pullman, Bebe Neuwirth, Peter Gallagher, Josef Sommer, Anne Bancroft, George C. Scott.||A Harold Becker film; story by Aaron Sorkin and Jonas McCord; screenplay by Aaron Sorkin and Scott Frank; produced by Rachel Pfeffer, Charles Mulvehill and Harold Becker; directed by Harold Becker. Music, Jerry Goldsmith; editor, David Bretherton; director of photography, Gordon Willis.||When a serial killer begins murdering female students in a New England town, the college dean becomes involved in the investigation while wondering about the surgeon who has taken a room in his house.|
|608||Feature Film||Blind Justice (DVD)||94 min.||Originally broadcast as a television movie in 1986.||Tim Matheson, Mimi Kuzyk, Tom Atkins, Lisa Eichhorn.||Produced by Andrew Gottlieb; written by Josephine Cummings and Richard Yalem; directed by Rod Holcomb. Director of Photography, Thomas Del Ruth; editor, George Hively; music, Miles Goodman.||In a gripping tale, professional photographer Jim Anderson (Tim Matheson) becomes trapped in a web of circumstantial evidence. The case against him is so strong and his resemblance to the criminal is so exact, he begins to question his own innocence. Wrongly-accused and suffering the growing suspicions of his loyal wife, Anderson begins to crack under the strain of clearing his name.|
|609||Feature Film||True Grit (DVD)||127 min.||From the novel by Charles Portis. DVD release of the 1969 motion picture.||John Wayne, Glen Campbell, Kim Darby, Jeremy Slate, Robert Duvall, Dennis Hopper, Alfred Ryder, Strother Martin, Jeff Corey, Ron Soble, James Westerfield, John Fiedler, John Doucette, Donald Woods, Edith Atwater, Carlos Rivas.||A Hal Wallis production; screenplay by Marguerite Roberts; produced by Hal B. Wallis; directed by Henry Hathaway. Director of photography, Lucien Ballard; supervising film editor, Warren Low; music, Elmer Bernstein; title song lyrics by Don Black; production designer, Walter Tyler; set decorations, Ray Moyer, John Burton; sound recording, Roy Meadows, Elden Ruberg; costumes, Dorothy Jeakins; associate producer, Paul Nathan.||U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn helps a headstrong young girl find the man who murdered her father in Native American territory and fled with the family savings. When Rooster's employer insists on accompanying the old gunfighter, sparks fly. The situation goes from troubled to disastrous when an inexperienced Texas Ranger joins the party.|
|610||Feature Film||True Grit (DVD)||110 min.||Based on the book True grit by Charles Portis. Previously released as a motion picture in 2010.||Barry Pepper, Dakin Matthews, Hailee Steinfeld, Josh Brolin, Matt Damon, Jeff Bridges.||Written and directed by Ethan Coen, Joel Coen.||Mattie Ross is determined to avenge her father's blood by capturing Tom Chaney, the man who shot and killed him for two pieces of gold. Just fourteen, she enlists the help of Rooster Cogburn, a one-eyed, trigger-happy U.S. Marshal with an affinity for drinking, and hardened Texas Ranger LaBoeuf to track the fleeing Chaney. Despite their differences, their ruthless determination leads them on a perilous adventure that can only have one outcome: retribution. Special features include featurettes.|
|611||Instructional Video||Well-Founded Fear (DVD)||120 min.||Originally aired on the television program POV in June 2000. Sundance Film Festival official selection: Best Documentary.||The Epidavros Project, Inc.; a film by Shari Robertson, Michael Camerini; produced and directed by Shari Robertson & Michael Camerini. Camera, Michael Camerini; editors, Karen Schmeer, Christopher Osborn, Suzanne Pancrazi ; music composer and conducter, Mark Suozzo.||A documentary examing the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service vis-aÌ€-vis thousands of asylum-seekers.|
|612||Instructional Video||Regulators: Our Invisible Government, 1982 (DVD)||62 min.||An historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States. Originally released in 1982.||Narrator: E.G. Marshall.||Examines how the Federal regulators implement and enforce the laws enacted by Congress. Uses the Environmental Protection Agency's guidelines to regulate visible pollution of our national parks by power industries as an example.|
|613||Instructional Video||The Marshall Plan (DVD)||60 min.||Originally produced as a television program in 1997.||Narrated by Roger Mudd. A production of the Educational Film Center and Christenson Associates; writers, Louis Barbash, Patrick Prentice.||This video marks the 50th anniversary of the plan devised by George C. Marshall, then Secretary of State. The Marshall Plan was a rescue effort for war torn Europe and is documented through archival photographs, films, newsreels, and contemporary interviews.|
|615||Feature Film||The Whistleblower (DVD)||112 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2011. Special features include: Kathy Bolkovac, the real Whistleblower.||Rachel Weisz with David Strathairn, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, Anna Anissimova, and with Vanessa Redgrave and Monica Bellucci.||Samuel Goldwyn Films presents: a Whistleblower (Gen One) Canada Inc./Barry Films co-production; produced by Christina Piovesan and Celine Rattray; directed by Larysa Kondracki; written by Ellis Kirwan and Larysa Kondracki.||A drama based on the experiences of Kathryn Bolkovac, a Nebraska cop who served as a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia and outed the U.N. for covering up a sex scandal.|
|616||Instructional Video||Killing Kasztner: the Jew who dealt with Nazis (DVD)||124 min.||Originally produced in 2008. In English and Hebrew with English subtitles. Additional content on special bonus DVD.||With: Ze'ev Eckstein, Shlomo Aronson, Merav Michaeli, Zsuzsi Kasztner; voice of Kasztner, Larry Pine.||A film by Gaylen Ross; director and producer, Gaylen Ross; producer, Andrew Cohen; producers, Noam Shalev, Gus D. Samios, Anne Feinsilber; written by Gaylen Ross and Andrew Cohen. Executive producer, Tony Tabatznik; produced with the support of Riverside Management Group; cinematography, Robert Richman, Roni Kaldaron, Yoav Kosh, Boaz Eshtai, Mani Elias; music by Blake Leyh; musical performances by Shlomit Aharon and the Efroni Choir; editors: Gaylen Ross, Andrew Ford, Laure Sullivan.||"Hero or traitor? Rezso Kasztner, known as the Jewish Schindler, negotiated face to face with Adolf Eichmann, rescuing 1700 Jews on a train to Switzerland, and may have saved tens of thousands more lives. Yet Kasztner was condemned as a traitor in his adopted country of Israel; accused as a collaborator in a trial and verdict that divided a nation and forever stamped him as the 'man who sold his soul to the devil.' It was a verdict overturned by Israel's Supreme Court but too late for Kasztner. He was ultimately assassinated by Jewish right wing extremists in Tel Aviv in 1957."|
|617||Instructional Video||Bill Moyers Journal: Justice for Sale (DVD)||57 min.||Originally broadcast as an episode of the television program Bill Moyers journal on February 19, 2010. Closed captioned.||Correspondent, Bill Moyers; guest, Jeffrey Toobin.||Editors, Kathi Black, Eric Davies, Paul Henry Desjarlais, Rob Kuhns; music by Michael Bacon; set design, Todd Seidman, Seth Easter; executive editor, Judith Davidson Moyers.||This edition of the Journal takes a hard look at how campaign cash in judicial elections could prejudice America's courts as it revisits the 1999 Frontline special "Justice for Sale." Afterwards, Bill Moyers joins legal analyst and journalist Jeffrey Toobin to talk about the boost that has been given to the unwholesome relationship between big money and judicial elections by the U.S. Supreme Court's recent Citizens United decision.|
|618||Instructional Video||They Chose Freedom (DVD)||88 min.||Four-part TV documentary on the history of political dissent in the USSR from the 1950s to the 1990s. Originally produced in 2005 as a television program and aired in 2005. In Russian and English.||The film's participants are: Vladimir BukovskiiÌ†, Elena Bonner, SergeiÌ† Kovalev, Aleksandr Essenin-Volpin, AnatoliiÌ† SharanskiiÌ†, Iï¸ Uï¸¡riiÌ† Fedorovich Orlov, Aleksandr Podrabinek, Eduard Kuznetï¸ sï¸¡ov, Pavel Litvinov, Naum Korzhavin, NatalÊ¹iï¸ aï¸¡ Gorbanevskaiï¸ aï¸¡, Viktor FaiÌ†nberg and Vladimir Dremliï¸ uï¸¡ga.||Written and produced by Russian historian and television journalist Vladimir V. Kara-Murza.||"They Chose Freedom" is narrated primarily through the interviews of dissidents themselves. The documentary tells the story of the Soviet dissident movement from its emergence in the late 1950s with the weekly public readings of banned poetry on Mayakovsky Square in Moscow. The development of samizdat, opposition demonstrations held in Moscow in 1965 and 1968, and the harsh repressions unleashed by Soviet authorities against dissenters (including forced psychiatric "treatment", prison camps and deportations), are all part of the film's narrative.|
|619||Instructional Video||Bhopal: Thirty Years On (DVD)||48 min.||Eighth annual South Asia legal studies pre-conference workshop, held October 16, 2014, at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Keynote address by Marc Galanter.||Reflections on the 1984 Bhopal Union Carbide Plant Disaster in Bhopal, India.|
|620||Instructional Video||The Law in These Parts (DVD)||101 min.||Videodisc release of the documentary motion picture produced in 2011. In Hebrew with optional subtitles in English. World Cinema Jury Prize, Documentary, Sundance Film Festival, 2012||Meir Shamgar, Amnon Strashnov, Dov Shefi ... [et al.]||A film by Ra'anan Alexandrowicz & Liran Atzmor. B.Z. Goldberg, co-producer; Laura Poitras, co-producer; Martin Hagemann, co-producer; Shark de Mayo, cinematographer; Neta Dvorkis, editor; Karni Postel, composer.||Explores the four-decade-old Israeli military legal system in the Occupied Territories.|
|621||Instructional Video||Life and Death in Assisted Living (DVD)||60 min.||Originally produced as an episode of the television series: Frontline July 30, 2013. Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.||Narrator/interviewer, A.C. Thompson.||A Frontline production with Yellow River Productions in partnership with ProPublica; correspondent & co-producer, A.C. Thompson; produced by Carl Byker; written by Carl Byker & A.C. Thompson. Editors, Rodney Holland, Chad Ervin; director of photography, Mitch Wilson; original music, Christopher Hedge.||Nearly 750,000 elderly Americans are spending their later years in for-profit assisted living facilities. This loosely regulated, multibillion-dollar industry is dominated by one company: Emeritus Senior Living. In a year-long investigation, Frontline and ProPublica raise questions about fatal lapses in care, understaffing, and a quest for profits.|
|622||Feature Film||Fairly Legal - Season Two (DVD)||9 hr. 16 min.||Originally aired on USA Network in 2012. English dialogue; Subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing(SDH)||Sarah Shahi, Ryan Johnson, Virginia Williams, Michael Trucco.||Created by Michael Sardo.||Kate Reed never faced a fight she didn't want ... to win. A former lawyer, she's now a mediator who loves to resolve others' conflicts. But it's often her own conflicts that could use some attention.|
|623||Instructional Video||The Case Against 8 (DVD)||112 min. and 58 min. (two versions)||Educational edition. Includes two versions. Originally produced in 2014.||Editor, Kate Amend; music, Blake Neely; associate editor: Helen Kearns; co-producers: Rebekah Fergusson, Jessica Lawson; associate producer, Carin Bortz.||A behind-the-scenes look inside the historic case to overturn California's ban on same-sex marriage.|
|624||Instructional Video||Tribal Nations (DVD)||62 min.||Winner of a 2006 Telly award.||Narrated by Jimmy Fall.||A Signature Media Production; executive producer and writer, Lisa Jaeger; producer, David Raasch; director, videographer, and editor, Igor Sopronenko. Music by James Locust.||Alaska tribes have journeyed on a unique path in the settlement of their aboriginal claims. This documentary beautifully illustrates the history of that path and the impacts of federal laws and policies on Alaska Native people.|
|625||Instructional Video||Poletown Lives! (DVD)||53 min.||Narrator, Julie Beutel.||Presented by the Information Factory; George Corsetti, producer/director; assistant director/writer, Jeanie Wylie. Editor, Jeanie Wylie; camera, Richard Wieske.||A documentary that tells, from the residents' point of view, the story of Poletown, an inner-city Detroit neighborhood that was destroyed in 1981 when the city used its power of eminent domain to turn the land over to General Motors for construction of a Cadillac plant.|
|626||Instructional Video||Un(quiet) Realist (DVD)||2 DVDs.||Temple law review hosted a Symposium on October 24, 2014, which was designed to be "not just a series of tributes to Bill, ... but instead an opportunity for leading scholars from around the world influenced by his work to reflect and build on his scores of articles, book chapters, and books"--Jonathan Lipson.||The Symposium covered three major aspects of Whitford's work: 1. Corporate reorganization -- 2. Consumer bankruptcy -- 3. Comparative law and methodologies. Panelists included: Jonathan Lipson -- Douglas Baird -- Jean Braucher -- Bob Hillman -- Melissa Jacoby -- Bob Lawless -- Ethan Leib -- Angela Littwin -- Lynn LoPucki -- Stewart Macaulay -- Katherine Porter -- Iain Ramsay -- David Skeel -- Jay Westbrook.|
|627||Instructional Video||The Origins of Problem Oriented Policing : an Interview with Herman Goldstein (DVD)||75 min.||Herman Goldstein is interviewed by Samuel Walker.||Produced by University of Nebraska-Omaha Television.||Prof. Goldstein speaks on the origins of problem oriented policing; the American Bar Foundation survey; Chicago; the President's Crime Commission; the University of Wisconsin; Police Executive Research Forum (PERF); problem oriented policing today.|
|628||Instructional Video||Battle for Brooklyn : What Would You Do if They Tried to Take Your Home? (DVD)||93 min.||Originally produced in 2011. A RUMUR film.||Director of photography, Michael Galinsky; editor, Suki Hawley; original score, David Reid & Derek Bermel. Produced by David Beilinson.||Battle for Brooklyn is the epic and universal tale of one man under pressure, and how far he will go to save his community and his home from the private developers who want to build a basketball arena on top of it.|
|629||Instructional Video||Vel Phillips : Dream Big Dreams (DVD)||60 min.||Subtitled in English.||Narrated by S. Epatha Merkerson.||Producer/director, Robert Trondson; editor, Amy Linton; videographer, Michael Elcher.||Discover how Vel Phillips rose to prominence as one of Wisconsin's great civil rights activists, achieving an impressive list of "firsts" as part of her legacy including the first African American judge in Wisconsin and the first woman, and African American, in the nation elected to executive office in state government.|
|630||Feature Film||Selma (DVD)||128 min.||DVD release of the 2014 motion picture. Special features: Selma student tickets: donor appreciation; National Voting Rights Museum and Institute.||David Oyelowo, Tom Wilkinson, Carmen Ejogo, AndreÌ Holland, Giovanni Ribisi, Lorraine Toussaint, Stephan James, Wendell Pierce, Common, Alessandro Nivola, Lakeith Lee Stanfield, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Dylan Baker, Tim Roth, Oprah Winfrey.||Paramount Pictures, PatheÌ and Harpo Films present; a Plan B/Cloud Eight Films/Harpo Films production; in association with Ingenious Media; produced by Christian Colson, Oprah Winfrey, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner; written by Paul Webb; directed by Ava DuVernay. Music by Jason Moran; edited by Spencer Averick; director of photography, Bradford Young.||Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s historical struggle to secure voting rights for all people. A dangerous and terrifying campaign that culminated with an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1964.|
|631||Feature Film||Leviathan (DVD)||141 min.||Academy award nominee for best foreign language film. Golden Globe winner - best foreign language film. DVD release of the 2014 motion picture. In Russian or dubbed French, with optional subtitles in English or French; described in English for people with visual impairments.||Aleksey Serebryakov, Roman Madyanov, Elena Lyadova, Vladimir Vdovichenkov, Anna Ukolova, Alexey Rozin, Sergey Pokhodaev, Valeriy Grishko, Sergey Bachurskiy, Platon Kamenev.||Producers, Alexander Rodnyansky, Sergey Melkumov; screenplay, Oleg Negin, Andrey Zvyaginstev; editor, Anna Mass; director of photography, Mikhail Krichman.||"In a small coastal town in Russia lives an ordinary family: Kolya, his wife Lilya and their teenage son Roma. The family is haunted by a local corrupt mayor who is trying to take away Kolya's business, house and precious land. Kolya calls in an old friend, now an authoritative attorney, for help. Together they fight back and collect dirt on the mayor, but fate does not seem to be on Kolya's side."--Container.|
|632||Feature Film||Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem (DVD)||116 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2014. Spoken In French, Hebrew, Arabic; optional subtitles in English, French, and Hebrew; optional subtitles in French (hearing impaired).||Ronit Elkabetz, Simon Abkarian, Gabi Amrani, Menashe Noy and others.||Directors, Ronit Elkabetz, Shlomi Elkabetz ; screenwriters, Ronit Elkabetz, Shlomi Elkabetz ; producers, Shlomi Elkabetz, Efrat Bigger and others ; cinematography, Jeanne Lapoirie ; editor, Joel Alexis ; music, Bassel Hallak.||In Israel there is neither civil marriage nor civil divorce. Only rabbis can legitimate a marriage or its dissolution. But this dissolution is only possible with full consent from the husband, who in the end has more power than the judges. Viviane Amsalem has been applying for divorce for three years. But her husband Elisha will not agree. His cold intransigence, Viviane's determination to fight for her freedom, and the ambiguous role of the judges shape a procedure in which tragedy vies with absurdity, and everything is brought out for judgment, apart from the initial request.|
|633||Feature Film||Woman in Gold (DVD)||109 min.||Based on the life stories of E. Randol Schoenberg and Maria Altmann. Originally released as a motion picture in 2015.||Ryan Reynolds, Helen Mirren, Daniel BruÌˆhl, Katie Holmes, Tatiana Maslany, Max Irons, Charles Dance, Elizabeth McGovern, Jonathan Pryce.||Produced by David M. Thompson, Kris Thykier; written by Alexi Kaye Campbell; directed by Simon Curtis. Music by Martin Phipps and Hans Zimmer; director of photography, Ross Emery; editor, Peter Lambert; production designer, Jim Clay.||Sixty years after she fled Vienna during World War II, an elderly Jewish woman, Maria Altmann, starts her journey to retrieve family possessions seized by the Nazis, among them Klimt's famous painting Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I. Together with her inexperienced but plucky young lawyer Randy Schoenberg, she embarks upon a major battle which takes them all the way to the heart of the Austrian establishment and the U.S. Supreme Court.|
|634||Instructional Video||ISO/RTO Governance and ADR Issues and Models (DVD)||124 min.||Recorded October 22, 2014, 1:30-3:00 pm in Washington, D.C. at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.||Moderator: Judge Bruce L. Birchman; Panelists: David Anders, Karen G. Gach, Mike Riley, Mary Jami Young, Marc Keyser.||This panel will address the different governance and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) models of PJM, MISO, the NYISO and SPP and their regulatory and stakeholder processes.|
|635||Instructional Video||Civil Rights in the Digital Age (DVD)||Wisconsin journal of law, gender & society 2015 symposium held on March 20, 2015 at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||The symposium addressed the current state of online sexual harassment/assault and what has and can be done to protect those who are victimized.|
|636||Feature Film||Timbuktu (DVD)||97 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2014. Special features: theatrical trailer; interview with director. In French, Arabic, and English with English subtitles.||Abel Jafri, Ibrahim Ahmed (aka Pino), Toulou Kiki, Mehdi AG Mohamed, Hichem Yacoubi, Layla Walet Mohamed, Kettly NoeÌˆl, Fatoumata Diawara, Salem Dendou, Adel Mahmoud Cherif.||Written by Abderrahmane Sissako and Kessen Tall; directed by Abderrahmane Sissako. Music, Amine Bouhafa; photography, Sofian El Fani.||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.|
|637||Instructional Video||Reform Now (DVD)||1 hr., 2 min.||"A collection of video programs about efforts to bring an end to mass incarceration in Wisconsin."--Container. Originally broadcast on YouTube.||Producer, Timothy W. Coursen.||Collection of video programs of events held in 2014 in conjunction with Wisdom, a grassroots organization in Wisconsin, seeking to end mass incarceration in Wisconsin.||Solitary confinement cell -- Solitary confinement -- Revocation & GPS monitoring -- Old law parole -- Solitary confinement cell installation : First Congregational UCC, Madison, WI -- WI Criminal Justice Coordinating Council testimony.|
|638||Feature Film||Tomorrow (DVD & Blu-ray)||1 hr., 43 min.||Based on the play by Horton Foote, adapted from the story by William Faulkner. Originally released as a motion picture in 1971.||Robert Duvall, Olga Bellin, Sudie Bond, Richard McConnell, Peter Masterson, James Franks, William Hawley, Johnny Mask.||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.||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.||DVD & Blu-ray Disc.|
|639||Instructional Video||Mario's Story (DVD)||98 min.||In English and Spanish, with English subtitles. Originally produced in 2006. Special features: Photo gallery; trailer; poster.||Featuring Mario Rocha, Sister Janet Harris, Robert Long, Ian Grahan, Marcus McDaniel.||Cabin Films ; directed by Jeff Werner & Susan Koch ; produced by Susan Koch. Edited by Jeff Werner ; music by Joel Richards.||A young writer from East Los Angeles is sentenced to life in prison for a crime he didn't commit, based on one eyewitness identification. Now a group of individuals take his case to fight for his freedom.|
|640||Instructional Video||The Snitch (DVD)||15 min.||Originally broadcast February 26, 1989 as a segment of the CBS television program: 60 minutes.||Commentator, Harry Reasoner ; interviewee, Leslie Vernon White.||Produced by Lowell Bergman.||Harry Reasoner interviews Leslie Vernon White, career criminal and jailhouse informant. White admits to fabricating the confessions of inmates, and demonstrates how he could phone a police station from jail, and posing as a law enforcement official, obtain details about criminal investigations.|
|641||Instructional Video||Shaken baby syndrome and the inertia of injustice (DVD)||55 min., 1 sec.||"October 9, 2014." Episode #1086 of University Place, originally broadcast on Wisconsin Public Television. Recorded October 9, 2014 at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Lecturer, Deborah Tuerkheimer.||Wisconsin Public Television, broadcaster, film distributor. University of Wisconsin--Madison. Law School, host institution. University place (Television program)||"Deborah Tuerkheimer, Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law, challenges the diagnosis of "shaken baby syndrome" which has led to convictions in court cases. Tuerkheimer focuses on biomechanical research which indicates that the diagnosis is less certain than had once been accepted and therefore the American justice system needs to make corrections based on this information."--University Place website.|
|642||Instructional Video||The Market in Blood, Milk and Sperm in America (DVD)||31 min., 3 sec.||"March 11, 2015." "Law & Society Colloquium, UW-Madison, Mar. 11, 2015." Episode #1153 of University Place, originally broadcast on Wisconsin Public Television. Recorded March 11, 2015 at the University of Wisconsin Law School.||Presenter, Kara Swanson.||Wisconsin Public Television, broadcaster, film distributor. University of Wisconsin--Madison. |b Law School, host institution. University place (Television program)||"Kara Swanson, Associate Professor, Northeastern University School of Law, discusses the legal implications of use of body products routinely used by the medical community. Swanson delves into the current body product exchange, body products as property and the history behind the exchanges."--University Place website.|
|643||Feature Film||The Judge (DVD)||141 min.||Robert Downey, Jr., Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, Billy Bob Thornton, Vincent D'Onofrio, Leighton Meester, Jeremy Strong, Dax Shepard, Balthazar Getty, Sarah Lancaster.||Warner Bros. Pictures presents ; in association with Village Roadshow Pictures ; a Big Kid Pictures/Team Downey production ; produced by Susan Downey, David Dobkin, David Gambino ; story by David Dobkin, Nick Schenk ; screenplay by Nick Schenk and Bill Dubuque ; directed by David Dobkin.||Big-city lawyer Hank Palmer returns to his childhood home where his estranged father, the town's judge, is suspected of murder. He sets out to discover the truth and along the way reconnects with the family he walked away from years before.|
|644||Feature Film||The Company You Keep (DVD)||122 min.||Based on the novel by Neil Gordon.||Robert Redford, Shia Labeouf, Julie Christie, Sam Elliott, Brendan Gleeson, Terrence Howard, Nick Nolte, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Chris Cooper.||Sony Pictures Classics release ; a Voltage Pictures/Wildwood Enterprises production, Brightlight Pictures, Kingsgate Films and TCYK North Productions ; screenplay, Lem Dobbs ; producers, Nicolas Chartier, Bill Holderman, Robert Redford ; director, Robert Redford.||Jim Grant is a public interest lawyer and single father raising his daughter in the tranquil suburbs of Albany, New York. Grant's world is turned upside down when a brash young reporter exposes his true identity as a former 1970s antiwar radical fugitive wanted for murder.|
|647||Instructional Video||Mr Civil Rights (DVD)||60 min.||Special features: A conversation with Supreme Court justices Elena Kagan and John Paul Stevens; trailer.||Narrator, Mary Easter ; interviewees, Kimberle Crenshaw, Juan Williams, Larry S. Gibson, Rawn James, Roger Wilkins, Jose Anderson, Elena Kagan.||Written and produced by Mick Caouette ; a South Hill Films production ; WNET 13.||Civil rights attorney Thurgood Marshall's triumph in the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision to desegregate America's public schools completed the final leg of a journey of over 20 years laying the groundwork to end legal segregation. He won more Supreme Court cases than any lawyer in American history, making the work of civil rights pioneers like the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks possible.|
|648||Feature Film||Trumbo (DVD)||124 min.||Based on the book Dalton Trumbo by Bruce Cook. Originally released as a motion picture in 2015.||Bryan Cranston, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Louis C.K., David James Elliott, Elle Fanning, John Goodman, Diane Lane, Michael Stuhlbarg, Alan Tudyk, and Helen Mirren.||A Jay Roach film ; produced by Michael London & Janice Williams, Shivani Rawat, Monica Levinson, Nimitt Mankad, John McNamara, Kevin Kelly Brown ; written by John McNamara ; directed by Jay Roach.||The successful career of 1940s screenwriter Dalton Trumbo comes to a crushing end when he and other Hollywood figures are blacklisted for their political beliefs.|
|649||Instructional Video||The Footpath Murders (VHS)||24 min.||Subtitle on cassette label: DNA profiling's landmark case.||A presentation of Films for the Humanities & Sciences ; produced by Medstar for TLC, the Learning Channel. Director of photography, Joe Meccariello ; editor, Gary Ezard ; music composed by Mark Stocker.||In 1983 and 1986, two young women were brutally murdered on footpaths in Narborough, England. This program traces the investigation in that landmark case--the first to be solved using DNA as evidence. Author Joseph Wambaugh walks viewers through each stage of the investigation, including the final one, where Dr. Alec Jeffreys' newly invented technique of genetic fingerprinting is used for the first time to apprehend a suspect. DNA samples are gathered from all men in Narborough, and, in the process, the killer is identified. In court, DNA evidence is used to prove that the suspect is the killer.|
|651||Instructional Video||Hooligan Sparrow (DVD)||84 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2016. In English and Chinese with English subtitles.||Ye Haiyan.||A Little Horse Crossing the River production ; in association with AC Films, Diamond Docs ; a film by Nanfu Wang.||Ye Haiyan is labeled a trouble maker by the Chinese government. Someone who embarrasses the state, for example, with public protests involving the civil rights of sex workers. She travels to Hainan Province to protest a case in which sexual mistreatment of elementary-age school girls by their principal has gone unprosecuted.|
|652||Feature Film||Loving (DVD)||2 hr., 3 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2016. English, Spanish or French dialogue; Spanish or French subtitles; subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing; described video.||Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga, Marton Csokas, Nick Kroll, Michael Shannon.||Focus Features presents ; a Raindog Films/Big Beach production in association with Augusta Films & Tri-State Pictures ; produced by Ged Doherty [and five others] ; written and directed by Jeff Nichols.||The story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, whose challenge of their anti-miscegenation arrest for their marriage in Virginia led to a legal battle that would end at the US Supreme Court.||Bonus features: Making "Loving"; A "Loving" ensemble; Loving v. Virginia; Virginia: a "Loving" backdrop; Feature commentary with director Jeff Nichols.|
|653||Instructional Video||After the Storm (DVD)||36 min., 30 sec.||UW-Madison, Dept. Life Sciences Comm. ; produced by Prof. Patty Loew & Advanced Video Students.||It was one of the most violent chapters in Wisconsin history. During the 1980s and early 1990s thousands of angry citizens descended upon northern boat landings to protest Ojibwe Indian treaty rights, specifically spearfishing for walleye pike - a fish prized by rod and reel fishermen. Economic, environmental, and cultural factors combined to create a "Perfect Storm" of misunderstanding.|
|654||Feature Film||Cristela (Television program). Season 1 (DVD)||484 min.||Contains all twenty-two individual episodes originally broadcast on television in 2014-2015.||Cristela Alonzo.||Follows sixth-year law student Cristela as she pursues her first internship at a law firm while battling the traditional expectations of her working-class family.||Disc one. Pilot ; Soul mates ; Mr. Felix & Ms. Daniela ; Hall-Oates-Ween ; Super fan ; Equal pay ; Enter singing -- Disc two. Floor favor ; It's not about the tamales ; Veronica ; Dead arm ; Hypertension ; Mexican Mona Lisa ; Marriage, counselor ; Gifted and talented -- Disc three. Confirmation ; Fifteen-something ; Great expectations ; Latino 101 ; Last goose standing ; Village mode ; Movin' on up.|
|655||Instructional Video||The Prison in Twelve Landscapes (DVD)||86 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2016.||Featuring: Nahshon Thomas, Evetta Smallwood, Sam Little, Gary W. Cox, Bruce Schwartz, Chris Barrett, Joe Buscaino, Janice Bellucci, Geronimo Ji Jaga, Roy Richter, Darrick Reed, Charisse Davidson, Tomika Peterson, Stacey Cowsett, Antwon Cotton, David Naumann, Freddie Gray Protest, Tarence Ray, Sequanna Vaughan, Lesha Punter, Mirna Arroyo.||Oh Ratface Films presents ; produced and directed by Brett Story. Director of photography, Maya Bankovic ; editor, AvriÌˆl Jacobson ; music, Olivier Alary.||An examination of the prison and its place -- social, economic and psychological -- in American society. Excavates the often-unseen links and connections that prisons and our system of mass incarceration have on communities and industries all around us-- from a blazing California mountainside where female prisoners fight raging wildfires to a Bronx warehouse that specializes in prison-approved care packages to an Appalachian coal town betting its future on the promise of new prison jobs to the street where Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson. Includes interviews with ex-convicts, prisoners and people who live near prisons.|
|656||Feature Film||Billions (Television program). Season 1 (DVD)||687 min.||Originally broadcast by Showtime in 2016. Special features: Street slang; Character profiles (Axe, Chuck, Wendy, Lara); Location: New York; Character development; Shadows and lights.||Paul Giamatti, Damian Lewis, Maggie Siff, Malin Akerman, Toby Leonard Moore, David Costabile, Condola Rashad.||Showtime Entertainment.||Shrewd, savvy U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades and the brilliant, ambitious hedge fund king Bobby 'Axe' Axelrod are on an explosive collision course, with each using all of his considerable smarts, power, and influence to outmaneuver the other.||Pilot -- Naming rights -- YumTime -- Short squeeze -- The good life -- The deal -- The punch -- Boasts and rails -- Where the f*ck is Donnie? -- Quality of life -- Magical thinking -- The conversation.|
|657||Feature Film||Court (DVD)||116 min.||DVD release of the 2014 motion picture. Bonus content : Making of Court -- Three featurettes about the inspiration, casting and music of the film. Dialogue in Marathi, Hindi, English and Gujarati with English subtitles.||Vira Sathidar, Vivek Gomber, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Pradeep Joshi, Shirish Pawar, Usha Bane.||Zoo Entertainment ; written and directed by Chaitanya Tamhane ; produced by Vivek Gomber. Director of photography, Mrinal Desai ; editing, Rikhav Desai ; original music, Sambhaji Bhagat.||An aging folk singer is accused of performing an inflammatory song which might have incited a sewage worker to commit suicide. As the trial unfolds, the personal lives of the lawyers and the judge involved in the case are observed outside the court.|
|658||Instructional Video||Unexpected Justice : the Rise of John Paul Stevens (DVD)||27 min.||"Based on the book: Illinois Justice: the scandal of 1969 and the rise of John Paul Stevens by Kenneth A. Manaster"--Container. Originally broadcast on Chicago television station WTTW on September 15, 2015.||Narrator: Peter Coyote.||Siskel/Jacobs Productions in association with WTTW/Channel 11 presents; director: Greg Jacobs & Jon Siskel; producer: Rachel Pikelny. Writers: Greg Jacobs & Ken Pisani; editor: Nora Gully; original music: Mark Bandy; graphics: Jenna Caravello.||"In the spring of 1969, a corruption scandal rocked the Illinois Supreme Court. The investigation that followed was supposed to be a whitewash, not to mention career suicide for the courtly, bow-tied Chicago lawyer who led it. But what happened was exactly the opposite. Unexpected Justice: The Rise of John Paul Stevens tells the surprising story of the case that thrust John Paul Stevens into the public eye, and in the process, launched him on the path to the United States Supreme Court. Narrated by Peter Coyote, the film explores this fascinating chapter of Chicago's scandal-rich history, and features the unforgettable character whose allegations started it all--an irascible citizen gadfly named Sherman Skolnick." -- Siskel/Jacobs Productions website.|
|659||Instructional Video||The Syndrome (DVD)||86 min.||Originally produced in 2014.||Investigative reporter, Susan Goldsmith.||Reset Films presents a film by Meryl Goldsmith ; directed and edited by Meryl Goldsmith ; written and produced by Meryl Goldsmith & Susan Goldsmith. Director of photography, Matthias Grunsky; sound recordist, Patrick Schaefer.||An explosive documentary following the crusade of a group of doctors, scientists, and legal scholars who have uncovered that "Shaken Baby Syndrome," a child abuse theory used in hundreds of US prosecutions each year, doesn't exist.|
|660||Instructional Video||Milwaukee 53206 : A Community Serves Time (DVD)||55 min.||Transform Films Inc presents ; director/producer, Keith McQuirter ; producers, Adam Miller, Katie Taber. Director of photography, Derek Wiesehahn ; editors, Paul Lovelace, Jason Pollard ; music, Tim Bright.||The United States has the most prisoners of any nation in the world both in raw numbers and by percentage of the population. These numbers are further compounded within Milwaukee's mostly African-American 53206 zip code, where 62% of adult men have spent time in prison, making this America's most incarcerated Zip code. Milwaukee 53206 tells the story of those affected by mass incarceration in this community. ... These intimate stories reveal how a community fights to move forward even as a majority of its young men end up in prison. Milwaukee 53206 examines how decades of poverty, unemployment, and a lack of opportunity has contributed to the crisis of mass incarceration in this community and communities across the nation.|
|661||Instructional Video||Crude (DVD)||104 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2009; copyright held by Crude Productions. Bonus features: Deleted scenes ; Song of the CofaÌn ; 2009 Sundance Film Festival world premiere ; Sundance Channel "My Premiere" ; Ecuador premiere ; Press junket with Joe Berlinger and Trudie Styler ; Photo gallery ; Supporting organizations ; Theatrical trailer. In English, Spanish, A'ingae & Secoya dialog with English subtitles; optional Spanish subtitles for main feature.||Participants presented in the film: Dan Ashley, Pablo Fajardo, Kent Robertson, German Yanez, Adolfo Callejas, Ebergeldo Criollo, Steve Donziger, Atossa Soltani, Joseph Kohn, Maria Garafalo, Sara McMillen, Ricardo Reis Veiga, Diego Larrea, Alejandro Ponce, Rosa Moreno, Amy Goodman, Rafael Correa, Hugo Chavez, Lupita De Heredia, Trudie Styler.||Red Envelope Entertainment presentation of an Entendre Films production ; in association with @radical.media and Third Eye Motion Picture Company ; directed and produced by Joe Berlinger ; producer and 2nd unit director, Michael Bonfiglio ; produced by J.R. DeLeon, Richard Stratton. Director of photography, Juan Diego PeÌrez ; editor, Alyse Ardell Spiegel ; original music by Wendy Blackstone.||Tells the epic story of one of the largest and most controversial legal cases on the planet: the infamous $27 billion 'Amazon Chernobyl' lawsuit pitting 30,000 rainforest dwellers in Ecuador against the U.S. oil giant Chevron.||Song of the CofaÌn -- Heroes or con men? -- Opening arguments -- Worlds apart -- People shouldn't be living here -- Pablo's long haul -- Not fit for humans -- Don't blame us -- Showdown in Quito -- Laws and contracts -- Pablo's shushufindi -- A new dawn? -- Winning hearts and minds -- A sympathetic president -- Clean-up or cover-up? -- London calling -- Trudie's pledge -- An independent opinion -- Maria and Silvia's journey -- Sending out an S.O.S. -- The fight continues.|
|662||Feature Film||Marshall (DVD)||1 hr., 59 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2017. English dialogue; Spanish subtitles; subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH); described video.||Chadwick Boseman, Josh Gad, Kate Hudson, Dan Stevens, Sterling K. Brown, James Cromwell, Ahna O'Reilly.||Open Road Films, Starlight Media presents ; a Hero Film, Chestnut Ridge, Hudlin Entertainment production ; produced by Reginald Hudlin, Jonathan Sanger, Paula Wagner ; written by Michael Koskoff & Jacob Koskoff ; directed by Reginald Hudlin. Music, Marcus Miller ; editor, Tom McArdle ; director of photography, Newton Thomas Sigel.||About a young Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, as he battles through one of his career defining cases.|
|663||Instructional Video||Scalia : Portrait of a Man & Jurist (DVD)||90 min.||DVD release of the 2017 motion picture.||Antonin Scalia.||Mad Universe presents ; produced by Nicholas Desantis, Tyler Anne Lowe, Chris Mortensen ; written and directed by Chris Mortensen. Music, Haruka Horii, Charlie Bryce Wallace, director of photography, Nicholas Desantis.||A feature documentary examining the judicial life, influence and legacy of the controversial and influential Supreme Court Justice who, in the words of his colleagues, will go down in history as one of the most important Supreme Court Justices ever because he changed not only the court but the law itself.|
|664||Instructional Video||True Conviction (DVD)||84 min.||Independent Lens & PBS presents ; in association with Impact Partners and Filament Productions ; a co-production of ITVS. A film by Jamie Meltzer ; producers, David Alvarado, Kate McLean, Michael May ; editor, Jeff Gilbert ; cinematographer, David Alvarado ; original music, Joshua Abrams.||This documentary follows three exonerated men who started a detective agency in Dallas that seeks to free those who are wrongly accused and still behind bars.|
|665||Feature Film||The Post (DVD)||1 hr., 56 min.||Originally produced as a motion picture in 2017. English, French or Spanish dialogue; French or Spanish subtitles; English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH); closed-captioned; English descriptive audio track for people with visual disabilities.||Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Tracy Letts, Bradley Whitford, Bruce Greenwood, Matthew Rhys.||Twentieth Century Fox, Dreamworks Pictures, and Reliance Entertainment present ; in association with TSG Entertainment ; an Amblin Entertainment/Pascal Pictures and Star Thrower Entertainment production ; produced by Amy Pascal, Steven Spielberg, Kristie Macosko Krieger ; written by Liz Hannah and Josh Singer ; directed by Steven Spielberg.||This historical drama is based on the events surrounding the release of the Pentagon Papers, documents which detailed the history of the United States' political and military involvement in Vietnam. The story centers on Kay Graham, the first female newspaper publisher in the country (specifically of the Washington Post), as well as her tough editor, Ben Bradlee. The two become involved in an unprecedented power struggle between journalists and the government, exposing a cover-up that has spanned four different American presidencies.|
|666||Instructional Video||Dead Reckoning : War, Crime, and Justice from WW2 to the War on Terror (DVD)||165 min.||Subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing.||Narrated by Deborah Amos.||A production of Saybrook Productions Ltd. in association with Thirteen Productions LLC for WNET ; producers, Jonathan Silvers, Patrick Flynn, Philip Gourevitch ; writer/director, Jonathan Silvers. Edited by Patrick Flynn ; director of photography, Robert Caccamise ; music composed and performed by Robert Lee.||Shows how the justice model conceived by the Allies in World War II evolved into a standard by which all conflicts are judged. Many decades separate those conflicts, all have been prosecuted according to protocols that the Allies devised for three unique situations: the determination of command responsibility; the pursuit of war criminals; and the accumulation of evidence and testimony at crime scenes.||The general's ghost(approximately 55 min.) -- The blind eye(approximately 55 min.) -- In our time(approximately 55 min.).|
|667||Instructional Video||Abacus : Small Enough to Jail (DVD)||90 min.||In English and Chinese with optional subtitles in English (SDH) or Mandarin. Originally broadcast on the PBS series Frontline, Sept. 12, 2017.||With: Thomas Sung, Jill Sung, Vera Sung, Heather Sung, David Lindorf, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., Chanterelle Sung, Polly Greenberg.||Directed by Steve James ; produced by Mark Mitten, p.g.a, Julie Goldman, p.g.a. ; a Mitten Media, Motto Pictures and Kartemquin Films production for WGBH/Frontline and Independent Television Service (ITVS) in association with Blue Ice Docs. Director of photography, Tom Bergmann ; editors, John Farbrother, David E. Simpson ; music, Joshua Abrams.||Acclaimed director Steve James tells the saga of the Chinese immigrant Sung family, owners of Abacus Federal Savings of Chinatown, New York. Accused of mortgage fraud by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., Abacus becomes the only bank prosecuted after the 2008 financial crisis. The indictment and subsequent trial forces the Sung family to defend themselves, and their bank's legacy in the Chinatown community, over the course of a five-year legal battle.|
|668||Instructional Video||Dolores (DVD)||96 min.||In English with optional subtitles in English or Spanish for the deaf and hard-of-hearing (SDH).||A Carlos Santana production in association with 5 Stick Films ; consulting producer, Benjamin Bratt ; co-written and edited by Jessica Congdon ; produced by Brian Benson ; written, produced and directed by Peter Bratt.||Dolores Huerta is among the most important, yet least known, activists in American history. An equal partner in co-founding the first farm workers unions with Cesar Chavez, her enormous contributions have gone largely unrecognized. Dolores tirelessly led the fight for racial and labor justice, becoming one of the most defiant feminists of the twentieth century--and she continues to fight to this day, at 87.|
|669||Feature Film||American Crime Story. The People v. O.J. Simpson (DVD)||498 min.||Based on the book, The run of his life by Jeffrey Toobin. Originally produced as individual episodes for television in 2016. Special features: Past imperfect, the trial of the century; Facts of the case, an interactive timeline.||John Travolta, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Sarah Paulson, David Schwimmer, Bruce Greenwood, Sterling K. Brown, Kenneth Choi, Christian Clemenson, Nathan Lane, Courtney B. Vance.||Scott & Larry Productions ; Color Force ; Ryan Murphy Productions ; FX Productions ; Fox21 Television Studios ; producers, Chip Vucelich, John Travolta, Alexis Martin Woodall ; developed for television by Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski.||Told from the perspective of the lawyers, it explores the chaotic dealings behind closed doors and how prosecution overconfidence, defense shrewdness and shocking courtroom twists led to one of the most earth-shattering verdicts of all time.||Disc 1. From the ashes of tragedy ; The run of his life ; The dream team -- Disc 2. 100% not guilty ; The race card ; Marcia, Marcia, Marcia -- Disc 3. Conspiracy theories ; A jury in jail ; Manna from heaven -- Disc 4. The verdict.|
|670||Instructional Video||Eichmann Prosecutor Interview : a Conversation with Justice Gabriel Bach, Senior Prosecutor in the Adolf Eichmann Trial (DVD)||3 hr.||Recorded November, 2006 in Jerusalem. Includes original newsreels from the Eichmann trial.||Interviewed by Frank M. Tuerkheimer.|
|671||Instructional Video||Tribal Justice (DVD)||87 min.||This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives.||Interviewees: Abby Abinanti ; Claudette White.||Producer/director, Anne Makepeace ; executive producer, Ruth Cowan ; director of photography, Barney Broomfield ; editor, Russell Greene ; original music by Christian Ruggiero ; executive producer for Vision Maker Media, Shirley Sneve ; production consultant, Jennifer Walter ; co-producers, Daniel Golding and Lori Nesbitt.||Tribal Justice is a feature documentary about a little known, but effective, criminal justice reform movement in America today: the efforts of tribal courts to create alternative justice systems based on their traditions. In California, two formidable Native American women are among those leading the way. Abby Abinanti, Chief Judge of the Yurok Tribe on the northeast coast, and Claudette White, Chief Judge of the Quechan Tribe in the southeastern desert, are creating innovative systems that focus on restoring rather than punishing offenders in order to keep tribal members out of prison, prevent children from being taken from their communities, and stop the school-to-prison pipeline that plagues their young people.|
|672||Instructional Video||RBG (DVD)||98 min.||"Hero. Icon. Dissenter."--Container. In English; Spanish subtitles; English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing (SDH). Originally released as a documentary film in 2018.||Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Bill Clinton, Sharron Frontiero, Orrin Hatch, Lilly Ledbetter.||Magnolia Pictures, Participant Media, and CNN Films present ; a Storyville Films production ; directed and produced by Betsy West & Julie Cohen ; coordinating producer, Alexandra Hannibal ; executive producer, Amy Entelis, Courtney Sexton.||At the age of 85, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a lengthy legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. But the unique personal journey of her rise to the nation's highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans - until now. RBG explores Ginsburg's life and career.||Special features: Deleted/Extended scenes; Additional interviews; Theatrical trailer.|
|673||Feature Film||Little Pink House (DVD)||95 min.||Based on the book by Jeff Benedict. Originally released as a motion picture in 2017.||Catherine Keener, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Callum Keith Rennie.||Korchula Productions presents ; in association with Brightlight Pictures ; produced by Ted Balaker, Joel Soisson, Courtney Moorehead Balaker, Arielle Boisvert ; written and directed by Courtney Moorehead Baker. Director of photography, Alexandre Lehmann ; editor, Soojin Chung ; music, Scott McRae, Ryan Rapsys.||Susette Kelo, a small-town paramedic, develops as the hesitant leader of her working-class neighbors in their fight to save their homes from political and corporate entities intent on taking the land and handing it over to Pfizer Corporation. Her battle goes all the way to the US Supreme Court and the controversial decision gave government officials the power to destroy a neighborhood for the benefit of a multibillion-dollar corporation.|
|674||Feature Film||The Insult (DVD)||113 min.||Arabic dialogue with optional English subtitles; closed-captioned in English.||Adel Karam, Kamel El Basha, Rita Hayek, Christine Choueiri, Samille Salameh, Diamand Abou Abboud.||Cohen Media Group presents an Ezekiel Films, Tessalit Productions and Rouge International production. Producers, Antoun Sehnaoui, Jean Brehat and five others; directed by Ziad Doueiri, written by Ziad Doueiri and Joelle Touma.||After an emotional exchange between a Lebanese Christian and a Palestinian refugee escalates, the men end up in a court case that gets national attention.|
|675||Feature Film||On the Basis of Sex (DVD)||120 min.||Special features: A supreme team: the making of On the Basis of Sex ; Legacy of justice; Martin and Ruth: A loving partnership.||Felicity Jones, Armie Hammer, Justin Theroux, Sam Waterston, Kathy Bates, Cailee Spaeny, Jack Reynor, Stephen Root, Chris Mulkey.||Participant Media presents in association with Alibaba Pictures ; a Robert Cort production ; a Mimi Leder film ; producer, Jonathan King, Robert Cort ; written by Daniel Stiepleman ; directed by Mimi Leder ; Amblin Partners. Music, Mychael Danna ; editor, Michelle Tesoro ; director of photography, Michael Grady.||Inspired by the powerful true story of a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg, On the Basis of Sex depicts a then-struggling attorney and new mother facing adversity in her fight for equal rights. When Ruth takes on a ground-breaking case, she knows the outcome could alter the courts' view of gender discrimination. Stronger together, Ruth teams up with her husband, Martin Ginsburg, to fight the case that catapults her into one of the most important public figures of our time.|
|676||Feature Film||The Children Act (DVD)||106 min.||Based on the novel by Ian McEwan. Originally released as a motion picture in 2017. Special features: commentary with the director, writer, and producer.||Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Fionn Whitehead, Ben Chaplin, Jason Watkins, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Anthony Calf, Rosie Cavaliero, Eileen Walsh, Nicholas Jones, Rupert Vansittart.||FilmNation Entertainment and BBC Films present a Duncan Kenworthy production ; directed by Richard Eyre ; produced by Duncan Kenworthy ; screenplay by Ian McEwan. Original music by Stephen Warbeck; editor, Dan Farrell; director of photography, Andrew Dunn.||Fiona Maye is a High Court judge in London ruling with wisdom and kindness over ethically complicated cases of family law. Fiona is tasked with ruling on the case of Adam, an exceptional boy who is refusing a life-saving blood transfusion. He is three months from his eighteenth birthday and legally still a child. Fiona visits Adam in the hospital and it has an extreme emotional impact on them both.|
|677||Instructional Video||Abraham Lincoln : His Legal Career and His Vision for America (DVD)||"A symposium sponsored by the Seventh Circuit Bar Association and the Chicago History Museum and endorsed by the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission."--Container. Filmed February 6, 2009, at the Preston Bradley Hall in the Chicago Cultural Center.||Hon. Anne M. Burke, Justice, Supreme Court of Illinois ; Hon. Michael A. Wolf, Judge, Supreme Court of Missouri ; Hon. John G. Roberts, Jr., Chief Justice of the United States ; Allen Guelzo, Professor of Civil War Era, Gettysburg College ; Russell Lewis, Executive Vice President and Chief Historian, Chicago History Museum ; The Hon. Ruben Castillo, Judge, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois ; David H. Zarefsky, the Owen L. Coon Professor of Communication Studies, Northwestern University ; Dennis Hutchinson, Senior Lecturer on Law at the University of Chicago ; Tom Sullivan, an attorney who has handled challenges to the incarceration of Guantanamo detainees ; John Rowe, the Exelon chairman, who also chairs the Chicago History Museum's board ; Walter Dellinger, who served as Assistant Attorney General and headed the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) for President Clinton from 1993 to 1996.||Leading Lincoln experts and Constitutional scholars will explore Lincoln's legal career from his trial lawyer days, when he handled several slave freedom cases, through his use of war powers as President and his championing of Emancipation and the Thirteenth Amendment ending slavery.|
|678||Feature Film||Capernaum (DVD)||123 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2018. Arabic dialogue; French subtitles; English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing; English described video.||Zain Al Rafeea, Yordanos Shifera, Boluwatife Treasure Bankole, Kawsar Al Haddad, Fadi Kamel Yousef, Cedra Izzam, Alaa Chouchnieh, Elias Khoury.||Mooz Films presents ; in association with Cedrus Invest Bank, Doha Film Institute, KNM Films, Boo Pictures, Synchronicity Production, The Bridge Production, Louverture Films, Open City Films, Les Films des Tournelles ; screenplay, Nadine Labaki, Jihad Hojeily, Michelle Keserwany ; in collaboration with Georges Khabbaz, Khlaed Mouzanar ; producer, Michel Merkt ; produced by Khaled Mouzanar ; directed by Nadine Labaki.||CapernauÌˆm tells the story of Zain (Zain al-Rafeea), a Lebanese boy who sues his parents for the "crime" of giving him life. The film follows Zain as he journeys from gutsy, streetwise child to hardened 12-year-old "adult" fleeing his negligent parents, surviving through his wits on the streets, where he meets Ethiopian migrant worker Rahil, who provides him with shelter and food, as Zain takes care of her baby son Yonas in return. Zain later gets jailed for committing a violent crime, and finally seeks justice in a courtroom.|
|679||Feature Film||Saint Judy (DVD)||107 min.||Originally released as a motion picture in 2018.||Michelle Monaghan, Leem Lubany, Common, Alfred Molina, Alfre Woodard, Ben Schnetzer, Mykelti Williamson, Peter Krause, Aimee Garcia, Kevin Chapman, Gil Birmingham, Roxie Hanish.||Blue Fox Entertainment presents a Cannonball production ; written by Dmitry Portnoy ; directed by Sean Hanish ; produced by Paul Jaconi-Biery, Sean Hanish. Editor, Anita Brandt Burgoyne ; production designer, Gabor Norman ; director of photography, Richard Wong ; costume designer, Leah Butler ; music, James T. Sale.||The inspirational true story of immigration lawyer Judy Wood and her fight that changed American asylum law forever. While balancing her life as a single mother, Judy fights persistent battles in and out of court, not only saving her client's life but also changing the Law of Asylum in the United States. This case has saved the lives of thousands of other tormented women around the world.|