True story of the all-black Twenty-Fourth United States Infantry Regiment, and the Houston Riot of 1917, which was a mutiny by 156 African American soldiers seeking retribution for the brutal violence and abuse at the hands of Houston police officers. The two-hour riot led to the largest murder trial in history.
Following the attacks on Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt issues Executive Order 9066, authorizing the military to place Japanese-Americans in internment camps. After defying orders to report to the camps, a 23-year-old natural born citizen is arrested in San Francisco but his case is discovered by two intrepid ACLU lawyers who fight it all the way up to the Supreme Court, challenging the Constitutionality of the order in what would become one of the most notorious Supreme Court cases in U.S. History.
Written by Dave Gibbons, the co-creator of Watchmen and Kingsman, the story transplants Mods and Rockers from ’60s London into a retro-futuristic England, where two childhood friends have dreamed of becoming members of the Originals — the toughest, most stylish gang in the country. But once they’re finally initiated, they find out being an Original isn’t all fun and games.
The true story of the life and career of Grace Hopper and the critical and overlooked significance she played in the development of our technologically-dominated world.
The untold true stories of Jackie Kennedy, her sister, Lee Radziwill, and their mutual affairs with the Kennedy brothers and with Aristotle Onassis — the seductive billionaire Greek shipping magnate who would eventually commission the assassination of Bobby Kennedy.
The Landauer House becomes an instant masterpiece, but for those that reside within its walls, it also brings out their most passionate desires and darkest secrets. The crystalline perfection exerts a pull on all those who know it, inspiring them, freeing them, and always causing its inhabitants to fall under the fervent and unrelenting influence of the Glass Room.
In Ohio in the 1970s, a Chinese American family is shocked when the body of their teenaged daughter, Lydia, is found in the local lake. The investigation into Lydia’s death rips the family apart as long-kept secrets finally emerge.
1870’s West Texas is plagued by a deadly virus infecting thousands with a rabies-like disease that turns people into murderous “Shakes.” When Daisy’s father disappears, it’s up to her, with the help of two Shake-hunters who specialize in killing the infected, to find him.