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Catherine Parr, the last of Henry VIII's six wives, is an incredibly smart and capable woman who, through her own strength and ingenuity, manages to survive an incredibly dangerous man and a dangerous system.
Story centers on a small town sheriff who must try to keep his town from exploding into violence during World War II.
An historical epic which is set against the French and Indian War. Col. Lord Francis Nicholson, a wealthy Brit self-finances the war in hopes of creating an utopian society along with his noble wife, muse and confidante, Lady Gwenievieve Nicholson, who shares her husband's sense of higher calling and aims to build a better life in the New World.
Location: CA - Ontario
A biopic about Alina Fernandez, Fidel Castro's exiled daughter.
Location: US - Puerto Rico
In 1924, George Mallory makes an ascent of Mount Everest. But he and Andrew Irvine mysteriously never return from their climb. His legacy involves the possibility that he, and not Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953, was the first man to reach the summit.
Winston Churchill orchestrates a shift in the war through a top-secret program where he turns a 15-year-old boy into one of England's deadliest assassins.
This biopic focuses on the first female doctor in the Western world, James Miranda Barry (Rachel Weisz). In 1814, Barry graduated from Edinburgh Medical School, where she'd studied disguised as a man, and then served in the U.K. military for 45 years. Her true sex was only determined upon her death.
Story of Louis XV, known as Louis the Beloved, who records the second longest reign in French history, ruling the country from 1715 to 1774.
Set in 1942, a group of prisoners from the Marzahn Concentration Camp -- exclusively for Gypsies -- are pressed into work as actors, bit players and extras during the filming of "Tiefland," a movie directed by and starring Nazi propagandist Leni Riefenstahl.