Basic Streaming License:
Provides unlimited streaming access to the film for a term of three years after purchase. Access is provided through a secure web portal and a username/password per license holder. Ideal for screenings during class or theater setting.
$319.99 for Colleges/Universities
Group Streaming License:
Provides unlimited streaming access to the film through a secure web portal for a term of three years after purchase. The license is managed through a singular license-holder account, with the capacity to generate shared group accounts under the same parent license. This is ideal for granting access to entire groups of students or classes to enable remote & at-home viewing.
$349.99 for Colleges/Universities
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Unlike previous offerings, the following product does not consist of physical DVDs. You are paying for the rights to view all six films privately hosted on Vimeo. Upon purchase, you will receive six private URLs (one for each film) as well as the password to view them.
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To view the trailer and expanded cast & crew information, visit the each film’s dedicated page in the Completed Film’s section or via the link in each film title below.
This film tells the story of Lise Meitner, a leading atomic scientist in Germany at the onset of the atomic era. As a Jew, she faced major upheavals in her life and career due to the rise of the Nazis, but this did not prevent her from making one of the most significant contributions to modern science, the discovery of nuclear fission. She was forced to flee Nazi Germany, but continued her work by secretly remaining in contact with her colleagues there. However, when this work was awarded a Nobel Prize, she was not acknowledged. This film features Academy Award Winner Linda Hunt as narrator.
These were two major camps located within Germany, outside of Berlin. Both were built as labor camps, but eventually they both became death camps when gas chambers were built on the grounds. Ravensbrueck became a training center for the 2,400 women guards who were deployed throughout the camp system, including Auschwitz. It was also used as a brothel to welcome particular soldiers and male inmates from Sachsenhausen. Many famous women were housed at Ravensbrueck, including Gemma LaGuardia, sister of Fiorello LaGuardia, mayor of NYC while Gemma was a prisoner and Margarete Buber, the daughter-in-law of the Jewish philosopher, Martin Buber.
Widow of the Revolution: The Anna Larina Story tells the story of the young bride of Nikolai Bukharin, one of the top leaders in the early years of the Russian Revolution. This documentary is based on her memorable autobiography, “This I Cannot Forget,” which she wrote late in life, after being imprisoned by Stalin for almost twenty years in the Russian Gulag.
Filmed during the last few months prior to the 1996 Russian presidential election, when four opposition candidates to Boris Yeltsin were running for president of Russia. Most Americans were unaware of these opposition leaders. Russian scholar Stephen F. Cohen interviews the oppositionists: Aleksandr Lebed, Gennady Zyuganov, Grigory Yavlinsky and Aleksandr Rutskoi.
This 1994 documentary, Conversations with Gorbachev, by Rosemarie Reed helps shed light on world events, from the first-hand perspective of former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, interviewed by Professor of Russian and Soviet Studies at New York University and Princeton, Dr. Stephen F. Cohen.