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.
is the story of New York theater and film actress Caris Corfman, a brilliant graduate of the Yale School of Drama on the brink of stardom. It is an incredible journey of courage and an amazing first person account of memory loss.
the award winning film capturing the exclusive world of New York's diamond dealers -- their traditions, rituals, and multimillion-dollar gems -- from 47th Street's diamond row to the great auction houses of Sotheby's and Christie's in Geneva.
The only documentary to tell the full story of the Holocaust accounts held by Swiss Banks, Jewish money, and Nazi gold.
Intensely personal chronicle of three Polish Solidarity Activists and their families. A fascinating, sometimes a painful journey in the making of a new homeland.
Laurie Hope Beechman was Broadway royalty. She was the star behind the marquee lights, in some of the biggest shows around.
documents a nation in the midst of a casino 'frenzy' as gambling transforms the entertainment dollar, saves failed local economies, and rescues impoverished Native American tribes -- from Las Vegas to Foxwoods Casino to the Midwest gambling boom.
is a far-reaching examination of stock and securities fraud, and the civil and criminal efforts to put the guilty out of business.
A tale of love and fraud, and sometimes murder, American men are seek foreign-born women to honor and cherish until death
they do part.