Documentary telling the history of the Washington DC music venue "The Bayou."
In the tendency to assume that science-based conclusions are objective and reliable, public health tragedies are allowed to occur repeatedly.
We have volunteered for the Earth Conservation Corps to restore the Anacostia river and the Washington wasteland where we live and often meet an early violent death. We are striving to return our nation's bird,the bald eagle, to our Nation's Capitol. If the eagles survive maybe we can too. We began filming this documentary in 1992 to show people our America. "Endangered Species" is our story. - Written by Antoine Woods
In a plan to trap potential enemy spies in Washington, an American secret agent sets up a gambling house. He soon finds himself in a rivalry with his old friend the British ambassador over a beautiful Hungarian woman, and it leads to espionage, blackmail and murder.
A Traveltalk look at the exteriors of Washington, D.C.'s famous buildings and monuments.
Explore some of the best-loved structures in the United States with this tour of D.C.'s monuments. The program goes behind the famous façades to tell the stories of how these structures came into existence and their importance to the country. It features everything from the Washington Monument and Arlington National Cemetery's eternal flame to war memorials and the monuments erected as tributes to America's founding fathers.
This is the story of a Chinese hacking the American capitalist system, a Czech fight, chickens, doomsday.
Senator Ted Kennedy and his dog, Splash, invite children along on a typical whirlwind day on Capitol Hill.
A troubled youth is offered the opportunity to serve as a Senate page in Washington, DC.
Not far from the White House, the Capitol, and the National Mall lies a part of Washington, DC that the tourists never see and the mainstream media virtually ignores. At least three percent of DC is HIV positive, a staggering rate higher than parts of Africa. Behind all the stories of heartbreak, loss, and struggle there are also the incredible, encouraging stories of the people behind grassroots movements to extend education, combat stigmas, and spread hope.
Through an online contest, six fans were selected to film Dinosaur Jr. performing Bug in its entirety at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC in June 2011. Under the awesome direction of Dave Markey (The Year Punk Broke), “In the Hands of the Fans” brings the fans closer to the band and the music closer to you.
For the first time in franchise history the Washington Capitals are Stanley Cup Champions. NHL Original Productions provides an all-access pass behind the glass, on the bench and into the locker room as the Capitals embark on an unforgettable journey through the regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs. Led by captain and Conn Smythe Trophy winner Alex Ovechkin, All-Star goaltender Braden Holtby and dynamic center Evgeny Kuznetsov, Washington defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets, the defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins, the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Cinderella expansion team the Vegas Golden Knights en route to hoisting the most coveted trophy in sports - the Stanley Cup Exclusive interviews with players, coaches and Capitals legends provide an in-depth narrative of Washington's first championship. Experience this victorious season through the voices who ended a 44 year Stanley Cup championship drought in the nation's capital.
"The Legend of Cool 'Disco' Dan" is the story of black Washington DC told from the perspective of Cool "Disco" Dan starting with his birth during the civil rights era and follows his life parallel with the rise of Go-Go music through the 1980s (which is the unheard but yet dominant urban music of DC) and also local DC politics with Marion Barry's rise and fall. Despite ending up homeless Cool "Disco" Dan used graffiti to escape the social problems D.C. had in the 1980s when things turned violent and became known as the Murder Capital of the United States. Cool "Disco" Dan ends up as a cult character of DC and his name becomes a symbol of survival during DC's most trying years.
During WWII, an executive and his secretary arrive in Washington, DC on business but, because of the housing shortage, are unable to find hotel rooms. In desperation, they pretend to be married and hire themselves out as a butler and maid in order to secure lodgings. Comedy.
Hajji Hossein-Gholi Noori (Haji Baba) goes to Washington D.C. as the first Iranian (Persian) ambassador to the United States of America. After he opens the embassy, he is unable to invite statesmen to visit him. Haji fires the embassy staff due to the inability of the Persian government to meet the embassy's needs. One night he is visited by President Grover Cleveland.
After being misled by the police about a rape and murder near a popular Washington, D.C. Go-Go club, a jaded journalist begins digging into the establishment's racist framework.
In a dystopian Washington, DC, a shadowy agency recruits a marine to assist in their human welfare program. His loyalty begins to fade when called to carry out a bizarre order.
Roger Blackwell has been a media advisor to countless politicians: probably one too many. He is set on using his experience to make a film about manipulation of the media by unscrupulous politicos.