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April 23, 2013
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns (Prohibition) teams with his daughter Sarah and her husband David McMahon to examine the facts in the case of five minority teens from Harlem who in 1989 were accused of committing a heinous rape in Central Park, and the failure of the authorities and the media to ensure that justice was served. Hastily tried and convicted as racial tensions in New York City spiked, the innocent teens all served time in prison before a serial rapist shocked authorities by admitting sole responsibility for the brutal sexual assault.
Celebrated tenor vocalist and classical-pop crossover Andrea Bocelli toplines this live concert from 2011. Mounted
in New York City's Central Park, it features appearances by frequent Bocelli collaborators Celine Dion and David Foster. Selections include: My Prayer, Ave Maria, Amarcord, ...
A chronicle of the avian population of New York City's 843-acre landmark over the course
of a year, and the humans who delight in documenting their habits and migration patterns, including author Jonathan Franzen. ~ Joe Friedrich
This concert film features nearly three hours of music from Dave Matthews Band, who have
built their reputation in part on their inventive live shows. The band performs over 20 numbers including Don't Drink the Water, What Would You Say, ...
This release features all ten episodes from the 20th season of Comedy Central's South Park.
Series creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone continue their all-out assault on the real world, turning their biting comedy towards the 2016 election, internet trolls, ...