• The Little Mouse
    • Memories of the Warsaw Ghetto

      Told through the memories and drawings of little Genio and narrated by family friend, Bernard Bragg, “Memories of the Warsaw Ghetto” is a docudrama film about a boyhood resident of that Ghetto. Deafened early in the war, Genio and his family struggle to survive persecution in Nazi occupied Poland. Behind the Ghetto wall, they find a community of people who refuse to let the Germans strip them of their identity. A community that keeps their culture, their family, and their love alive. But the Germans are determined to destroy them, and their determination is deadly.

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    • Easing Into Yoga with Linda Howard

      Easing Into Yoga with Linda Howard offers a flexible, adaptable approach to yoga for beginners in any condition. Viewers can explore six lessons, two time-saver routines and the deep relaxation of yoga nidra with Linda Howard and her students. Step-by-step instructions and demonstrations allow you to customize a yoga practice unique to your needs and goals. The DVD also includes a yoga posture modification guide suitable for all students and teachers. Linda Howard, E-RYT 500, has been a yoga instructor for over 20 years. She is practiced in the method of Shri B.K.S. Iyengar, and is a certified Body Balance Yoga® therapy teacher, has received advanced training in iRest® yoga nidra, and is a member if IAYT and MAYA.

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    • The Gift

      The Gift is a story of kindness, tragicomedy, communication barriers and love. It centers around a couple, Iron (a hearing musician) and Tara (a deaf dancer). Iron rescues Tara from a train accident and falls in love with her. But it is a star-crossed love because Tara expects Iron to understand her by learning to sign, and this is something he finds difficult. The film also sheds light on American Sign Language and some technology (Cochlear Implant) that is controversial in the Deaf community. The plot ends with a tragicomic twist turning upside down the relationship between Tara and Iron.
    • Images of Modern America: Fell's Point

      Fell’s Point history can be told as a “tale of two cities:” abolitionists and violent secessionists; fire-bombing murderers and community organizers; million-dollar condos and low-income projects; and world champion boxers and a myriad of panhandlers. This dichotomy has created a neighborhood unlike any other in Baltimore. One of the oldest neighborhoods in America, Fell’s Point has witnessed much in its 300-plus years. Originally Baltimore’s deep-water seaport, Fell’s Point’s privateers were crucial to winning of the War of 1812. After shipbuilding moved out and waves of immigrants moved through the community, it gradually fell into decline in the first half of the 20th century. In the 1960s, dedicated preservationists began a decade-plus-long battle to defeat city plans to demolish it for a highway. Today, Fell’s Point is a thriving, artistic, and eccentric community that welcomes one and all to experience its history, its culture, and its people.

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    • History at Risk

      "History at Risk" is a reality/documentary web series that follows filmmaker Frank Tybush, as he searches out and interviews everyday heroes in their work to keep Americans in touch with their history. The web site includes information on Fell's Point, Fell's Pointer newsletters, the full videos of interviews we conducted for our episodes, and history-related information.

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    • Memories of the Warsaw Ghetto
    • Easing Into Yoga with Linda Howard
    • The Gift
    • Images of Modern America: Fell's Point
    • History at Risk
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