Thomas Ince leased 17,000 acres of spectacular California land to produce westerns like The Heart of an Indian, also known as The Indian Massacre, about a brave who kidnaps the child of a settler to give to his wife as a replacement for their own recently deceased baby.
For the love of Harry, the bison hunter, a young Indian woman sacrifices herself in this primal western.
This film documents one day in the life of Angel station on the Northern Line of the London Underground in the days before its refurbishment. We see the ticket collectors, station manager and other staff as they cope with angry passengers, lift failures and cancelled trains.
Moctar lives with his mother Saffi in Africa. One day she receives a letter from France which makes her very happy. Her husband Ibrahim Sow has worked in France for years, and finally he is able to bring them over. The news shatters Moctar’s existence.
Set when the apartheid government was still in control, this powerful South African thriller is based on the true story of a policeman belonging to an elite government squad who was assigned to masquerade as a supporter and infiltrate the ANC so he could assassinate their leaders.
Drama of the American Civil War. Constance, Jordan’s father and fiancé, Kenneth, fight for the Union, her brother for the Southerners. Her brother is killed by Kenneth. A barrier arises between Constance and Kenneth which is broken down by a chance meeting with President Lincoln.