Aulcie tells the inspiring story of Aulcie Perry, a basketball legend who led Maccabi Tel Aviv to an upset win in the European Championship. During the summer of 1976, Aulcie Perry was spotted by a scout for Maccabi Tel Aviv while playing at the Rucker courts in Harlem and was quickly signed to play for their fledgling team. The Israeli players immediately responded to Aulcie's leadership and that year they had what one Sports Illustrated writer described as "the most extraordinary season in its remarkable history." To the surprise of many, Aulcie Perry converted to Judaism, adopted the Hebrew name Elisha Ben Avraham, and became an Israeli citizen. This inspiring film tells the story of this remarkable athlete who captured the spirit of a nation, triumphant and victorious against all odds, and put Israel on the map.

Dolphin Boy

Morad disconnects himself from people, following a violent attack he experiences. His father takes him to be treated by dolphins in the Red sea. Morad starts speaking again after months of silence, but erases his past and refuses to go back home.


72 minutes

First Freedom: The Fight for Religious Liberty

First Freedom details the progression of religious liberty from pilgrims and Puritans to the creation of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and how the First Amendment shaped a new nation. The rich history explored in this documentary through expert commentary and rich cinematic historic recreations will increase your knowledge of a nation that protects the free exercise of faith.


84 minutes

Featuring Dean Malissa, Randall Robinson

Little Voices: The Life of Jesus Christ

Features children telling stories of Jesus in their own words and with their own artwork. Unique and captivating even for the youngest child, this DVD covers major teachings from the Bible and events in Jesus' life.


35 minutes

Mystery of the Mountain: Hidden In Plain View

Narrated by actor Memo Sauceda, Mystery of the Mountain: Hidden In Plain View chronicles a most intriguing and remarkable story, and explores the question: what if one of the world's largest pyramids is waiting to be unearthed in Mexico?


58 minutes

Narrated by Memo Sauceda

American Gunmaker

Discover the remarkable life of John Moses Browning with host Fess Parker as he spans three generations of the Browning family to tell this fascinating story. With over 100 firearms patents to his credit, Browning’s inventive genius spanned six decades and included many legendary pistol, rifle and shotgun designs for Winchester.


58 minutes

Hosted by Fess Parker

Lehi In Arabia

Follow Lehi's footsteps and retrace his incredible journey from Jerusalem to the New World. Lehi In Arabia will enable you to visualize what it was like for Lehi and his family to travel for eight years through the wilderness, including the Valley of Lemuel, Nahom, and Bountiful. Stunning images bring the rich culture of the Middle East alive and invite a new appreciation for this inspiring story.


75 minutes

Featuring Scot Facer Proctor

America's Choir

Dubbed "America's Choir" by President Ronald Reagan, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir celebrates 75 years of continuous weekly radio broadcasts in July 2004, the longest such run in broadcast history. Please join Walter Cronkite for an amazing look at an American institution and a national treasure.


150 minutes

Narrated by Walter Cronkite

Power of Mothers, The

Mothers shape the nations of the world by their influence and their love. They bring to light the gifts of all mankind as they generate the life force that ignites the human race. These are the contributions of mothers, powerful and great within their sphere. Join us as we honor motherhood with messages that enlighten and inspire, to learn more about the vital role mothers play within our society.


68 minutes

Featuring Julie B. Beck, Fenny Tatad, Dr. Janice Shaw Crouse

Sweetwater Rescue

In the mid nineteenth century, tens of thousands crowded the docks of Liverpool for a one-way voyage to America. In 1856, nearly two thousand of those emigrants were eager to begin a journey that would conclude with a thousand mile walk pushing their possessions in two-wheeled carts across the Great Plains and Rock Mountains.


58 minutes

Featuring James Smillie

The Lost Civilizations of North America

An engaging and thought provoking film, The Lost Civilizations of North America reveals why we haven't heard about the great civilizations that once existed on the North American continent and why evidences of their origins and connections to living Native Americans have passed out of place and time.


63 minutes

Narrated by Anne Sward Hansen

Sacred Stone: Temple on the Mississippi

In 1846 the last of more than 12,000 Nauvoo, Illinois residents were forcibly driven from their homes to begin their journey west to the Salt Lake Valley, leaving behind the city they had built along with its stately temple. In 1848 the same forces that drove them out also destroyed the temple. More than 150 years later the Nauvoo Temple rises on the very footprint of its original.


90 minutes

Narrated by Hal Holbrook