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In the annual Christmas special, the Doctor and Clara (Jenna Coleman) face their last Christmas trapped on an arctic base, under attack from terrifying creatures. Who are you going to call? Santa Claus! Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman reunite in their first Christmas adventure.
Based on the thrilling true-life story of Maziar Bahari, the film features first-rate performances from an international cast, as well as an impassioned script that infuses wit and humor into a terrifying and all-too-real situation. Gael García Bernal stars along with Shohreh Aghdashloo and the film has earned the prestigious Freedom of Expression Award from the National Board of Review.
The set features the complete adventures of the Eleventh Doctor - every season, every special, every episode. It also includes, for the very first time on a special bonus disc, Doctor Who Proms 2013, The Day of the Doctor: From Script to Screen, The Five Doctors Reboot and Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide. And it wouldn't be a complete set of Matt Smith's appearances without also including the two part special Sarah Janes Adventures: The Death of the Doctor
Complete box set starring Colin Morgan, Katie McGrath, Anthony Head, Bradley James and featuring the voice of John Hurt, in the BAFTA-winning retelling of the fabled Arthurian legend that amassed a cult following over the course of five action-packed seasons of swordplay and sorcery. Along with a disc of all-new bonus footage and a set of exclusive collectible magnets. Featuring legendary adventures, thrilling stunts and terrifying monsters, this collection is the perfect gift for any lord or lady on your list.
Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the start of World War One with four gripping BBC productions ranging from documentary to docu-drama that unlock the mysteries of this important chapter in our history and share a fresh perspective on how it came to be.
This set includes every episode from all three seasons on both Blu-ray and DVD formats, along with the original bonus features released with each season. Additionally, the set features all new commentaries, never-before-seen outtakes, a deleted scene, and exclusive collectibles including limited edition art cards and busts of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson.
DAY OF DAYS: JUNE 6, 1944 - AMERICAN SOLDIERS REMEMBER D-DAY brings together American D-Day veterans to share their experiences from that fateful day. As they vividly recall details from their ordeal - from the perils of the amphibious assault to the invasion's gruesome aftermath - their testimony yields long-buried and often painful memories. D-DAY 360 re-creates the landscape and uses fresh new data-driven and statistical tools to tell the story of one of the greatest invasions in history. D-DAY'S SUNKEN SECRETS explores how some of the innovations deployed in the invasion led to the Allied Forces' successful campaign.
Goes behind the scenes with the Egyptian national soccer team - the "Pharaohs" - and its former American coach, Bob Bradley. The film, by Egyptian filmmaker Hossam Aboul-Magd, follows the team's efforts to qualify for soccer's ultimate event for the first time in more than 20 years. In production for more than two years, the film sets the soccer team's challenge to succeed against the backdrop of the incredible turmoil in Egypt today.
In the knuckle-biting final episodes of cold-case detective drama Waking the Dead, Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd (Trevor Eve) and his team tackle their most challenging and personal cases to date. A new team member, Inspector Sarah Cavendish (Eva Birthistle), is foisted upon Boyd by the top brass of the Police Force.
Among the finest later films of Claude Chabrol, here he once again uses a murder mystery to expose the underlying tensions and deceptions of a close-knit community. A 10-year-old girl's violated body is found in the woods of a Brittany fishing village. Suspicion immediately falls on Rene (Jacques Gamblin), a painter and the girl's art teacher; he is apparently the last person to have seen her alive.
Prize-winning author of 15 books and Emmy Award-winner Simon Schama brings to life Jewish history and experience in a new five-part documentary series. The five-hour series follows Schama - who has written and presented 50 documentaries on art, literature and history and is a contributing editor of the Financial Times, as he travels from Russia and the Ukraine to Egypt, Israel and Spain, exploring the imprint that Jewish culture has made on the world and the drama of suffering, resilience and rebirth that has gone with it.
East London. 1890. The long shadow of Jack the Ripper may be gone, but the job of protecting London's Whitechapel district has never been harder for Detective Inspector Edmund Reid (Matthew Macfadyen) and his loyal deputies Detective Sergeant Bennet Drake (Jerome Flynn) and Captain Homer Jackson (Adam Rothenberg).
Set in New York City on the brink of Lincoln's assassination, Detective Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) struggles to tame the wartime metropolis while wrestling with personal demons, including the betrayal of his wife and best friend. And when Tammany Hall's outspoken General Brendan Donovan (Donal Logue) returns from the Civil War to restore law and order in the Sixth Ward...
Fan favorite Martin Clunes is back as the surly, self-centered Dr. Martin Ellingham. In the sixth series, the doctor tackles fatherhood, his complicated relationship with local teacher Louisa (Caroline Catz), and the return of his mother (Claire Bloom).
Cambridge-educated historian Dr. David Starkey, a foremost authority on the British Crown, hosts this four-part documentary tracing British musical tradition from the reigns of Henry V through Elizabeth II. Broadcast on BBC Two in July 2013, the four episodes are available to U.S. audiences for the first time, along with nine performance pieces
British art critic Waldemar Januszczak hosts this four-part documentary covering early Christian iconography to the emergence of Islamic art, demonstrating that the 'Dark Ages' produced masterpieces around the world. Broadcast on BBC4 in Nov. 2012, the DVD 2-disc set features four episodes available to U.S. audiences for the first time
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