Films with Class
Eighty-five years after the groundbreaking Lady Heath became the first person to fly solo from Africa to England, one woman sets off to re-fly the adventure in her vintage open cockpit biplane in order to honor the memory and legacy of her accomplishment.
A love letter to the game of baseball from the place you’d least expect, Opposite Field is the true story of the first African team to play in the Little League World Series. Filmmaker Jay Shapiro follows a group of Ugandan boys as they learn to embrace America’s pastime, giving the people of their poverty-stricken land something to cheer for in the process.
Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii, blind since birth, has become a symbol of hope for all those with disabilities because of the hurdles he overcame to master his craft. Touching the Sound follows Nobuyuki–better known as Nobu by his fans–on his world travels as an ambassador both for his country and for the power of music.