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The story centers on the formative years of theoretical physicist and mathematician Albert Einstein's life. The story will span from 1902 to 1939, which is six years after Einstein emigrated to the U.S. to escape rising Nazism.


The film chronicles the true inspirational story of the trials, tragedies and vindication of the single-most celebrated scientist of the 20th century. Torn between the burdens of a family and his restless pursuit of unlocking the mysteries of the universe, he not only achieved unparalleled stature as a genius but he also changed the world forever - at no small cost to himself and those around him.


"Electroboy" is based on Andy Behrman's memoir and follows a 28-year-old manic-depressive who self-medicates with excessive amounts of drugs, becomes a con man dealing forged art, and eventually ends up in prison before sorting himself out with electroshock therapy.

Emma's War

The plot focuses on British aid worker Emma McCune, who travels to Sudan and ends up marrying a local warlord and supporting wholeheartedly his bloody bid to take over the southern part of the county.

Electric Boy Genius

While in diapers, Ryan Patterson stuffs knives into electrical sockets and learns the power of electricity the hard way. He goes on to win 2001's "Intel International Science and Engineering Fair," which lands him a job working in aerospace robotics for Lockheed Martin.

Empty Mansions

Huguette Clark is the youngest daughter of W.A. Clark, who was born in a log cabin but becomes a powerful mining and banking magnate after discovering copper in Montana following the Civil War. He rises to such wealth and prominence that he helps to found Las Vegas. Huguette is born in Paris and lives a very interesting life. She grows up in the largest house in New York City — a mansion of 121 rooms for a family of four. She owns paintings by Degas and Renoir, a world-renowned Stradivarius violin, and a vast collection of antique dolls and beautifully crafted dollhouses. Huguette lives out the last two decades of her life in the Beth Israel Hospital, dishing out $400,000 per year to live there but is never in the VIP section. She is a generous woman who appreciates art and the simple acts of giving. Huguette is often taken advantage of because of her kindness. She dies in 2011 at 104, leaving behind an over $310 million fortune.


Carolyn Jessop is born into the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints sect. At 18 she marries a man 32 years her senior; at 35, she flees with her eight children.


Pablo Escobar rises to become one of the world's richest men by leading the Medellin drug cartel and inflicting terror upon Colombia.

Edvard Munch

Set in the 1890s, Norwegian Expressionist artist Edvard Munch meets Tulla Larsen, the great love and artistic inspiration of his life.

Enter Helen

In the early 1960s, Helen Gurley writes the blockbuster book "Sex and the Single Girl" and then takes the top job at floundering magazine Cosmo. She remakes the magazine and turns it into a cultural powerhouse.


In Colombia, Pablo Escobar rises to become one of the most powerful drug lords of all time.

ESPN: Those Guys Have A...

A father and son max out their credit cards to scrape together the cash to reserve a satellite transponder so they can show sporting events nonstop on a 24-hour station. Their venture turns from a 1970s joke that starts with broadcasts of Australian rules football and rodeo, to a dominant brand in the sporting world that broadcast pro football and baseball games and becomes arguably the most profitable cable network ever created.

Emperor Zehnder

Set in Antarctica, this epic romance tells the story of Bruno P. Zehnder (Richard Gere), a restless photographer of penguins who struggled with the pressures of expressing his art within the most strenous of circumstances, along with a personal battle to keep Antarctica free and pure.

Exile on Main Street

The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor and Charlie Watts record their "Exile on Main Street" album in the south of France in the summer of 1971.


Rosalind Franklin, an extraordinary scientist, is an expert at crystallography and takes the first photos that eventually lead James Watson to figure out the structure of the DNA in 1953. She never gets the credit she deserves and dies of cancer in 1958.