Note for those who prefer to view on television screens:

Our virtual cinema options are provided by several different companies. Not all of them are compatible with Roku and similar devices. While Eventive, Kino Marquee, and ROW8 are examples of complanies that have Roku apps for TV streaming, others (VHX is a common example) may require running an HDMI cable between the streaming computer and your TV. Details appear below the poster image for each film.

Eventive: Customers who wish to cast the film to their TVs or require assistance should be directed to this page for Eventive's FAQ and live chat support:


Not Rated | 1h 47min | Adventure, Comedy, Drama | 2020

Directed by Tom Putnam
Starring David Cross, Debra Messing, David Koechner

The Dark Divide is based on the true story of renowned butterfly expert Dr. Robert Pyle's (David Cross) perilous 1995 journey across one of America's largest undeveloped wildlands. At the urging of his dying wife Thea (Debra Messing), the shy author finds himself in over his head on an epic, life-changing expedition through Washington's Gifford Pinchot National Forest in search of new species of butterflies. Over the course of his six-week adventure Pyle battles self-doubt, the grueling trail, and the people and creatures who call this forest home. And, somewhere deep in the heart of The Dark Divide, he makes a discovery that challenges everything he knows about the natural world. With David Koechner, Cameron Esposito, Gary Farmer and Patterson Hood. Music by The Avett Brothers, Krist Novoselic, The National Reserve, Samantha Crane, Bombidil, and more.


Kino Marquee has an app for Roku and similar devices:


Not Rated | 1h 22min | Drama | 2018

Directed by Josh Melrod
Starring Lane Bradbury, Rachel Donahue, Collen Doyle

A long-troubled itinerant carpenter returns home to small town Vermont and attempts to build a log cabin by hand, hoping to free himself from a cycle of poverty and addiction.


Eventive: Customers who wish to cast the film to their TVs or require assistance should be directed to this page for Eventive's FAQ and live chat support:


Not Rated | 1h 32min | Documentary | 2020

Directed by Catherine Gund
Starring Agnes Gund, Thelma Golden, John Waters

An exploration of the nexus of art, race and justice through the story of art collector Agnes Gund who sold Roy Lichtenstein's painting "Masterpiece" in 2017 for $165 million to start the Art for Justice Fund to end mass incarceration.


VHX: This title is not compatible with Roku and similar devices.


Not Rated | 32min | Documentary | 2020

In 2016, hundreds of Macedonian teenagers discovered a digital gold rush by spreading fake political news on Facebook. This rare glimpse inside the secret network unveils the truth behind the lies and reveals the dramatic impact on America and the U.S. presidential election.


Eventive: Customers who wish to cast the film to their TVs or require assistance should be directed to this page for Eventive's FAQ and live chat support:


1h 36min | Documentary | 2020

Directed by Mary Wharton
Starring Jimmy Carter, Madeleine Albright, Tom Beard, Bono

When Jimmy Carter was just a kid in south Georgia, he loved gospel music so much that he didn’t need the hymn book to sing along. As it turned out, this lifelong passion for music gave him an unexpected edge as a presidential candidate: through folk, soul, jazz, and rock ‘n’ roll, Carter tapped into a force that transcended racial and generational divides, and often party lines. And after the disillusionment of the Watergate era, the musicians sensed that Carter wasn’t faking it; the likes of Bob Dylan, the Allman Brothers, and Willie Nelson even forged friendships.

Part-rockumentary, part-presidential portrait, Jimmy Carter: Rock ‘n’ Roll President combines rare archival footage with era-defining live performances: Aretha Franklin, Jimmy Buffett, Paul Simon, Dizzy Gillespie, and Herbie Hancock only scratch the surface. Mary Wharton traces how Carter’s genuine approachability became key to his political appeal, and allowed him to connect with voters who may only have known him as a small-town peanut farmer. But even more urgently, it shows us the unifying potential of a leader who believed, in a twist on Dylan’s words, that America could get busy being born, even as it seemed busy dying. — Loren Hammonds


Eventive: Customers who wish to cast the film to their TVs or require assistance should be directed to this page for Eventive's FAQ and live chat support:


Documentary | 2020

Directed by John Scheinfeld
Starring Aria Alpert Adjani, Lou Adler, Eden Alpert

“HERB ALPERT IS…,” a documentary about the life of the musician, A&M RECORDS co-founder and latter-day philanthropist, painter and sculptor, being distributed by specialty house ABRAMORAMA, features rare footage from ALPERT’s remarkable life as told from the perspective of colleagues like Sting, Questlove, Quincy Jones, Richard Carpenter, Bill Moyers and others.


First Run Features: Not compatible with Roku and similar devices. You may be able to stream through your TV's web browser. Please see First Run Features FAQ.


PG | 1h 38min | Documentary, Biography | 2018

1h 26min | Documentary | 2020

Directed by Alan Govenar
Starring Akin Babatunde, Ben The Glorious Bastard, Barbara Chase-Riboud

Myth of a Colorblind France explores the extraordinary and sometimes difficult lives of Blacks in Paris from the 19th century to the present. For more than a century, African American artists, authors, musicians and others have traveled to Paris to liberate themselves from the racism of the United States. What made these African Americans choose France? Why were the French fascinated by African Americans? And to what extent was and is France truly colorblind? Alan Govenar's new documentary investigates these questions and examines the ways that racism has plagued not only Blacks fleeing the United States, but Africans and people of color in France today.

The film explores the lives and careers of renowned African Americans who emigrated to Paris, including Josephine Baker, James Baldwin, Richard Wright, Beauford Delaney, Augusta Savage, Barbara Chase-Riboud, and Lois Mailou Jones, and includes rare home movie footage of Henry Ossawa Tanner in Paris. Myth of a Colorblind France features interviews with Michel Fabre (author of a landmark biography on Richard Wright), psychoanalyst and jazz aficionado Francis Hofstein, poet James Emanuel, historian Tyler Stovall, filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris, graffiti artist Quik, hip hop producer Ben the Glorious Bastard, African drummer Karim Toure, and many more.


Kino Marquee has an app for Roku and similar devices:


2h | Biography, Drama, Romance | 2018

Directed by Marcus H. Rosenmüller
Starring David Kross, Freya Mavor, John Henshaw

Based on an incredible true story, THE KEEPER follows Bert Trautmann, a German prisoner of war whose exceptional skills on the soccer field get him noticed by the manager of a local football team. Impressed by Bert's prowess as a goal-keeper, the team manager gets him out of the camp to play for his team.

Meanwhile, a love slowly blossoms between the manager’s daughter and Bert despite local hostility. In addition to the disapproval of his relationship, Bert’s subsequent signing by Man City brings passionate protests from the people of Manchester, a city that had been severely bombed in the War. However, against all odds he won over even his harshest critics during the FA Cup Final for Manchester City in 1956. After an on-field accident, Bert broke his neck… and continued playing to secure victory.


This title is not compatible with Roku and similar devices.


PG | 1h 38min | Documentary, Biography | 2018

Directed by Julie Cohen, Betsy West
Starring Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ann Kittner, Harryette Helsel

At the age of 85, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had developed a lengthy legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. But the unique personal journey of her rise to the nation's highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans – until now. RBG explores Ginsburg's life and career.


This title may not be compatible with Roku and similar devices.


Not Rated | 1h 30min | Documentary | 2020

Directed by Rémi Anfosso, Jason Matzner
Starring David Kinch, Jean-André Charial, Glenn Viel

"A Chef's Voyage" follows the celebrated American Chef David Kinch and his team from Manresa, their 3 Star Michelin restaurant in California, for a one-of-a-kind collaboration with three legendary French chefs at their iconic restaurants in Paris, Provence, and Marseille.

To mark the 15th anniversary of Manresa, Kinch decides to close shop for a month so he and his staff can embark on their France voyage. Planning the trip takes months; to represent the refined Californian cuisine of Manresa, the team must bring their own seasonings, sauces that take days to make, and lots of abalone. But the logistics are tricky: how to sneak the food on flights; unfamiliar host kitchens; a language barrier and more.

"A Chef's Voyage" takes us behind the scenes as the Manresa crew attempts to stage nine major meals over 10 days in the world’s most cinematic venues, alongside culinary superstars, with the world watching (and tasting) - all to celebrate 15 years of Manresa excellence by doing what Chef Kinch and his team do best: creating meals and experiences worthy of those three stars.


This title is not compatible with Roku and similar devices.


Not Rated | 1h 20min | Documentary | 2020

Directed by Tod Lending
Starring Saul Dreier, Ruby Sosnowicz, Chana Sosnowicz

Like many survivors of the Holocaust, after World War II, Saul and Ruby moved to America, started families and careers, grew old, and retired to South Florida. For them, retirement could have been the last chapter in their story. But then they decided to start a klezmer band, named the Holocaust Survivor Band. The band summons the bittersweet memories of childhood in Poland, but more than that, it is a celebration of life. In this utterly heart-affecting and enthralling film, we follow Saul and Ruby’s musical journey, which begins in total obscurity, playing in residential homes for the elderly and small Jewish community organizations, to being invited to perform at venues across the country, including a coveted performance at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. This unique and compelling story is about having the courage to live one’s dreams, finding purpose and meaning in life at any age, the transcendent power of music, and the importance of speaking out against anti-Semitism and bigotry.



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