Film Movement Plus Streaming Service Launches on Prime Video Channels

Film Movement’s streaming service, Film Movement Plus, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary, Dec. 15 became available to Prime Video customers via Prime Video Channels in the United States.  

The service is priced at $5.99 per month, with a seven-day free trial for eligible new subscribers. New titles will be added each week.

The Film Movement catalog features a curated collection of independent and world cinema, cult and arthouse classics, documentaries and North American exclusives.

Films available at launch on the Prime Video Channel include dozens of exclusives, such as Diamond Island, directed by Davy Chou (Return to Seoul); Holy Beasts with Geraldine Chaplin and Udo Kier; Mario Martone’s The Mayor of Rione Sanita; Hellhole, directed by Bas Devos (Here); Wayne Wang’s While the Women Were Sleeping; Claire Darling starring Catherine Deneuve; and the New York Times Critic’s Pick documentary Faith, the final film by Valentina Pedicini.

Critically lauded films from some of today’s most talented auteurs will be available as well, including A White White Day directed by Hlynur Pálmason (Godland); Koji Fukada’s A Girl Missing; Ciro Guerra’s The Wind Journeys; Diao Yinan’s The Wild Goose Lake; Peter Greenaway’s The Pillow Book; Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond’s My Little Sister; and Bruce LaBruce’s Saint-Narcisse. Award-winning documentaries include David Osit’s Mayor; Philippe Bellaiche’s and Rachel Leah Jones’ Advocate; and James Crump’s Antonio Lopez: Sex Fashion & Disco. Digitally-restored classics include Sergio Corbucci’s The Great Silence, Ang Lee’s theatrical debut Pushing Hands (available Dec. 15), Lee Tamahori’s Once Were Warriors, and Ming-liang Tsai’s Vive L’Amour.

Each month, Film Movement Plus will be updated with new exclusives and streaming premieres. Coming Dec. 22 is the exclusive premiere of The Inner Cage, a Venice competition title directed by Leonardo Di Costanzo and starring Toni Servillo (The Great Beauty), and on Dec. 29, Sonia Braga in the film that made her an international star, Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands, directed by Bruno Barreto. Also coming in December are Hirokazu Kore-eda’s After the Storm and The Third Murder; Naji Abu Nowar’s Academy-Award nominee Theeb; Takeshi Kitano’s Hana-Bi (Firesworks); Cathy Yan’s Dead Pigs; and Marleen Gorris’s Oscar winner Antonia’s Line.

Coming in January are Philipp Stölzl’s Chess Story, starring Oliver Masucci; Laura Wandel’s Oscar-shortlisted drama Playground; and exclusives including Asimina Proedrou’s Behind the Haystacks, Greece’s official submission for this year’s Best International Picture Academy Award, and Claudio Noce’s Italian drama Padrenostro, winner of a Best Actor award at the Venice Film Festival for Pierfrancesco Favino.

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“Since 2002, Film Movement’s objective has been to acquire cinematic gems from around the world and share them with American audiences.  And, for the past five years, Film Movement Plus has given us a broad platform to serve cineastes with curated cinema wherever they may be,” Michael Rosenberg, president of Film Movement, said in a statement. “By launching our service on Prime Video via Prime Video Channels, we make it even easier for customers to enjoy our films and find the many titles that are only available on Film Movement Plus.”

Episodes of ‘Work It Out Wombats!’ Among Titles Streaming on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in February

Episodes of the new series “Work It Out Wombats!,” as well as “Rosies’ Rules,” “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” and “Donkey Hodie,” will arrive on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in February.

The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription.

Three volumes (14 episodes) of the new series “Work It Out Wombats!,” an animated program for kids ages 3-6, start streaming Feb. 6. The series stars a trio of marsupial siblings — Malik, Zadie and Zeke — who live with their grandmother Super in their treehouse apartment complex.

In volume one, Super, Zadie and Malik tackle a big mess by breaking it into little jobs and the Wombats make a new hat for Ellie using measuring. Then, when Malik wrecks the instructions, Operation “Wash Stinky Snout” doesn’t go as planned. Next, the Wombats ask their friends for help to make a special thank you treat for Super. Zadie and Malik then retrace their steps to locate Zeke’s beloved stuffy. After this, when Zadie messes up Mr. E’s shell garden, she learns the key to finding the pattern is in JunJun’s song. Then Zadie helps Malik design a faster route to sick-and-sniffly Sammy so Sammy’s ice cream won’t melt on the way. Following this, when Zadie doesn’t take the time to plan what they need for a fun campout, “fun” quickly becomes unfun.

In volume two, Zeke transforms into The Mighty Zeke in the hopes of getting over his fear of riding a two-wheeler and the Wombats are invited to the Fishmans’ baby shower. Then the Wombats help find the mystery of a scary-weird sound that has frightened Carly, CeCe and Clyde. Following this, the Wombats become “Hopping Helpers,” packaging jars of super-sticky Ooey Gooey Goo. Next, Malik learns the key to a successful “Brother Day” and Zeke and Louisa learn how to be successful waiters. Then, Zeke learns how to manage a sleepover when the bedtime routine is different than at home. Plus, the Wombats navigate an exciting network of tunnels beneath the Treeborhood, they decide to celebrate a summer version of Halloween, and finally, they build Zeke a giant snow globe.

In volume three, the Wombats create the perfect “Me Time,” and Zadie yearns to make some noise with her Really Big, Really Loud Noisy Thing. The Wombats then need to work out what to do when you have too many pairs of Sparkle Pants and what kind of game Zadie, CeCe, Clyde and Carly can play that’s fun for all. Then, Louisa hatches a plan to trade mud pies for stickers, but Zeke can’t remember the recipe, and Zadie learns how to take a photo that will bring students to a class to help inspire Mr. E. Next, Zeke’s sorting choices prove interesting when he volunteers to be Mr. E’s “Helper for the Day.” After this, the Wombats are psyched to race in the Treeborhood Derby, but they can’t get their homemade car out of the house. Plus, the Wombats organize a talent show, and then, feeling left out of the Treeborhood’s Collection Bonanza, Zeke goes in search of a collection he can call his own.

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In the latest volume (four) of “Rosie’s Rules,” streaming Feb. 3, Rosie tries to make tomorrow come faster, and looks for missing walkie talkies. Next, Rosie helps Mom set up for story time and makes a strawberry horchata stand. Then Rosie hurries to bring Tía her lucky spoon and Crystal’s flying disc gets stuck in a tree. And Rosie and Javi are making a chalk town in the circle drive and Rosie wants to fix the community garden.

In volume 14 (three episodes) of “Pinkalicious & Peterific,” streaming starting Feb. 17, Pinkalicious and Peter build a special alarm so they don’t miss out on a snow day and Pinkalicious earns a ribbon for helping out Pinkville. Then Pinkalicious and Peter use Mommy’s new invention — Giganto Powder — to make things grow big, and Pinkalicious and Rafael attend a special art exhibit where they can jump into paintings. Next, Pinkalicious helps Rafael train his dog for the Pinkminster Dog Show, and Mommy creates a special invention that lets Pinkalicious and Peter try something again if they mess up.

In volume nine (four episodes) of “Donkey Hodie,” streaming starting Feb. 24, Gameshow Gator wants to come up with a new game everybody can play, and Donkey and her pals try to cheer themselves up. Donkey finds ways to have fun on her own for a day, and when she wants to be just like Fashion Penguin, she thinks about how she can discover her own Donkey passion. Then, Donkey and Panda attract glowing bugs with music and Panda has a day without purple things. Finally, the friends find a box of Golden Crunchdoodles cereal, but it won’t open. And Donkey, Panda, and Bob Dog want to play different things and must learn to compromise.

Also arriving in February are volume one of “Plum Landing” on Feb. 9 and volume two of “Plum Landing” on Feb. 16.

Season 22 of ‘America’s Test Kitchen’ Available on PBS Living Channel in February

Season 22 of the Emmy-nominated show “America’s Test Kitchen,” the most watching cooking show on public television known for its cooking tips, techniques and advice, is headed to the PBS Living channel in February.

The subscription rate for PBS Living is $2.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. PBS Living is also available on Apple TV Channels in the Apple TV app at a subscription rate of $2.99 per month with no additional annual fees.

In the 22nd season of “America’s Test Kitchen,” which starts streaming Feb. 11, hosts Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison, along with their team of test cooks, bring viewers more foolproof recipes and the results of exhaustive equipment reviews and taste tests. Viewers join the test kitchen cooks as they explore recipes from different cuisines, including Jewish baking, Italian-inspired dinners, Chinese comforts, Spanish fare, Armenian dishes and more. Recipes include Yeasted Doughnuts, Broiled Chicken with Gravy, Vegan Baja-Style Cauliflower Tacos, Goan Pork Vindaloo, Browned Butter Blondies, Bulgogi and other dishes. 

Also available on the PBS Living channel starting Feb. 24 is “The Life of Loi: Mediterranean Secrets.”

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New Volumes of ‘Pinkalicious & Peterrific’ and ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ Headed to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in September

New volumes of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” and “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” are available on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in September.

The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. Viewers can also stream full episodes of shows for free on PBS Kids.

Four episodes in vol. 13 of “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” start streaming Sept. 30. The animated series follows Pinkalicious Pinkerton and her brother Peter as they explore Pinkville and imagine creative possibilities everywhere they look. “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” encourages children ages 3-5 to engage in self-expression and creative arts, covering areas such as music, dance, theater and visual arts. In “Walking Tall,” one of the episodes featured in vol. 13, Pinkalicious and Peter’s babysitter teaches the kids how to walk on stilts.

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Four episodes in vol. 21 of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” are streaming now. In the series, 4-year-old Daniel Tiger invites young viewers ages 2-4 into his world, giving them a kid’s-eye view of his life. The Emmy-winning animated preschool program is in its 10th year on PBS Kids and models age-appropriate life lessons and practical skills for young children.  Vol. 21 includes episodes from the new sixth season, including “Jodi Tries Ballet,” which showcases Daniel and his friends learning to dance ballet.

Also, a special back-to-school-themed carousel has launched on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel featuring back-to-school-themed programs. In “Arthur: Arthur’s First Day,” viewers experience his first day of fourth grade. In “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Daniel Goes to School,” Daniel experiences all the excitement of going to school. In “Hero Elementary: First Day of School,” the heroes meets each other for the very first time. In “Pinkalicious & Peterrific: School Rules!,” Pinkalicious is chosen to sing a solo in the class concert. In “Super Why! Super School Stories,” viewers join Whyatt and his friends as they use their superpowers to teach spelling and vocabulary. Also available are “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Welcome to School” and “PBS Kids: Love Math & Science.”

Episodes of ‘It’s a Big Big World,’ ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ Headed to PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in August

Episodes of “It’s a Big Big World” and “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” are headed to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in August.

The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription.

Seasons one and two of “It’s a Big Big World” start streaming Aug. 12 and Aug. 19. In the series, deep in the jungles of South America lives a giant yet child-like tree sloth lives named Snook. Snook resides in the World Tree with a whimsical group of animals as diverse and distinctive as the global community they represent. Together, they engage children by broadening their awareness of geography, ecology, geology and cultural diversity. The series is produced by Mitchell Kriegman (“Clarissa Explains it All,” “Bear and the Big Blue House”).

“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” (Photo courtesy of Fred Rogers Productions)

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“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Top 10 Favorites” and vol. 20 of the series start streaming Aug. 26 and Aug. 29. In the series, 4-year-old Daniel Tiger invites young viewers ages 2-4 into his world, giving them a kid’s-eye view of his life. The Emmy-winning animated preschool program models age-appropriate, social-emotional strategies and practical life skills for young children. The top 10 favorites will showcase 10 fan-chosen episodes from over the years — including the very first story “Daniel’s Birthday”; classics such as “The Baby Is Here” and “Daniel Visits the Doctor”; and new favorites such as “Daniel’s New Friend Max.”

‘The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family’ Among Titles on PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel in August

Frontline’s Ukraine: Life Under Russia’s Attack and the documentary miniseries The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family are among the titles available on the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel this August.
 
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Ukraine: Life Under Russia’s Attack, debuting Aug. 2, is a dramatic and intimate look inside the Russian assault on Kharkiv told by displaced families trying to survive underground, civilians caught in the fight, and first responders risking their lives amid the shelling of Ukraine’s second largest city.

The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family, debuting Aug. 28, covers the scandalous rise and fall of the Boleyn family in a three-part documentary series filled with love, betrayal and obsession. Told from the unique perspective of the family itself, the series juxtaposes narration from historical academics with actors performing significant scenes.

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Other titles coming to the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel in August include Eugene O’Neill: A Film by Ric Burns (“American Experience”) on Aug. 9; Afghanistan Undercover (“Frontline”) on Aug. 9; Roberto Clemente (“American Experience”) on Aug. 18; and Rise of the Bolsonaros on Aug. 30.

Episodes of ‘Alma’s Way’ Among Titles on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in May

New episodes of “Alma’s Way,” “Let’s Go Luna” and “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” are on the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in May.
 
The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. 

Four episodes of “Alma’s Way” are streaming now in volume five of the series. In “Do the Waltzango/Big Brother Boot camp,” Eddie and Becka can’t agree on what kind of dance to do together, so Alma helps the pair create a brand-new, mash-up dance. Then, in “Checkers Champ/World’s Greatest,” André gets nervous about playing against grownups in a checkers tournament. Luckily, Coach Alma is there to help. In “Granny on the Go/Chacho’s Day Out,” Alma and Junior take Chacho to the playground, and in “Steggie Rescue/Alma Hits the Right Note,” Alma, Eddie, and Junior play a late-night game with Steggie at a sleepover.

Four episodes of “Let’s Go Luna” also are streaming now in volume 10 of the series. In “Give Me a Sign/Hip Life,” the gang visits Kumasi, Ghana, where Andy helps a friend celebrate his true artistic self by painting a new barber shop sign for his father. Then, in “Muddy Miracle/Fabuloso’s New Clothes,” Andy destroys Señor Fabuloso’s suit by mistake and must make things right before the Circo show in Kumasi. In “What a T-Wreck!/Way of the Gaucho,” disaster strikes when Andy helps a paleontologist assemble a dinosaur skeleton in Argentina.  Plus, in “Beetlemania/Robo Kid,”  Andy helps a lost pet find its owner in the huge city of Tokyo.

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Five episodes in volume 12 of “Pinkalicious & Peterrific” start streaming May 20. In “Fishtastic/The Pink Ness Monster,” Pinkalicious and Peter are excited to go fishing at the beach. Pinkalicious realizes that there is more to being a magni-fish-cent fish besides the color of your scales. Then, in “The Secret Life of Henrietta/Photographer Peter,” Daddy agrees to let Pinkalicious and Peter borrow his old polaroid camera. In “Friendship Bracelets/The Upside Down O Matic,” Pinkalicious and Jasmine make each other friendship bracelets. In “Robotta’s Singing Delivery Service/The Rhyme Off,” Robotta responds to a command, and Pinkalicious and Peter get an idea to set up their own delivery service. Then, in “Pirate Dreamboat/Peter’s Megaphone,”  Captain Toothy McSquint returns and is amazed that Pinkalicious and Peter have found his long lost pirate ship.

Season 2 of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ Streaming Jan. 9 on PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel

Season two of “All Creatures Great and Small” will be available to stream on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel on Jan. 9.

Subscribers can binge season one now on the  PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel.

With an ensemble cast headed by Nicholas Ralph (“The Most Reluctant Convert”) as James Herriot, the series also stars Academy Award-winner Rachel Shenton (“The Silent Child”) as Helen Alderson, Samuel West as James’s charismatic but eccentric boss, Callum Woodhouse as Siegfried’s womanizing and carefree younger brother, Anna Madeley as Mrs. Hall and newly added cast member Olivier Award-winning actress Patricia Hodge (“A Very English Scandal”) as Mrs. Pumphrey.

The climax of season one saw Helen call off her impending wedding to wealthy landowner Hugh (Matthew Lewis, “Harry Potter”), after having developed a close friendship with James. After working hard to become accepted by the local farmers and prove himself indispensable, James became a senior vet in the Skeldale House veterinary practice. Following years of half-hearted effort, Tristan believed he had finally passed his veterinary exams. Siegfried, however, learned that Tristan failed once again, but didn’t have the heart to tell him. Meanwhile, Mrs. Hall was heartbroken when she was unable to reconnect with her estranged son.

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As season two opens, James returns from Glasgow where he has been visiting his parents for Easter. While there, he is offered a job at a modern local veterinary practice and must decide between staying home in Glasgow with his elderly parents or returning to his new life in Yorkshire.

‘American Experience: Tesla’ Headlines Titles Coming to PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel in August

American Experience: Tesla, The Botany of Desire and Doc World: Cocaine Prison headline the titles coming to the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel in August.

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Due Aug. 6 is American Experience: Tesla. The documentary chronicles the life and influence of Nikola Tesla, dubbed the “patron saint of geeks.” Tesla has had electric cars, rock bands, a unit of measurement, a minor planet, and a lunar crater named after him. Still eclipsed however by contemporaries such as Edison and Marconi, Tesla, the visionary scientist died impoverished and largely forgotten. During his lifetime, he gained international fame for his invention of a system of alternating current that made possible the distribution of electricity over vast distances and is the basis for the electrical grid that powers 21st century life. But the visionary Tesla imagined much more — robots, radio, radar, remote control, the wireless transmission of messages and pictures, and harnessing the wind and sun to provide free energy to all. As a showman, he dazzled his scientific peers who flocked to see him demonstrate his inventions and send thousands of volts of electricity pulsing through his body. His fertile, yet undisciplined imagination was the source of his genius and also his downfall, as the image of Tesla as a “mad scientist” came to overshadow his reputation as a brilliant innovator. It is his exhilarating sense of the future that has inspired renewed interest in the man, as his once scoffed-at vision of a world connected by wireless technology has become a reality.

Doc World: Cocaine Prison, coming Aug. 15, follows the lives of three Bolivians who work at the lowest levels of the cocaine trade: two prison inmates who film their daily experiences and an inmate’s sister who must decide whether to traffic cocaine or pursue a college education. The film bridges the ever-widening gap between the North and the South and brings a new perspective to the war on drugs being waged in the Andes.

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The Botany of Desire

Based on Michael Pollan’s best-selling book, The Botany of Desire, brought to life through narration by Frances McDormand, is coming Aug. 27. The film focuses on four species of plants that we’ve all interacted with and details how humans have completely shaped these plants’ evolutions and destinies. The documentary takes viewers on an eye-opening exploration of the human relationship with the plant world — seen from the plants’ point of view. The program shows how four familiar species ─ the apple, the tulip, marijuana, and the potato ─ evolved to satisfy our yearnings for sweetness, beauty, intoxication and control. The Botany of Desire shows how human desires are an essential, intricate part of natural history. It begins in Michael Pollan’s garden, and then roams the world from the corn fields of Iowa to the apple forests of Kazakhstan, from a medical marijuana hot house to the tulip markets of Amsterdam. One of the great conceits of human civilization is to put ourselves outside nature — constantly shaping and re-shaping the wild for our own purposes. Taking the plants’ view of the world pushes viewers to understand Pollan’s call to restore human activity to its proper place in the matrix of nature.

‘Professor T,’ ‘Masterpiece Mystery! — Unforgotten’ Among Titles Coming to PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel in July

Episodes of “Professor T,” “Masterpiece Mystery! — Unforotten” and several “Walter Presents” shows are coming to the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel in July.

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“Professor T,” based on the hit Belgian series of the same name, stars Ben Miller (“Bridgerton”) as Jasper Tempest, a professor at Cambridge teaching the science of crime. He lives a precisely calibrated and rigidly structured life, that is, until a former student, and current detective for the local police, convinces him to help her solve their most difficult cases. Six episodes of the series start streaming July 11.

The fourth season of the BAFTA award-winning series “Masterpiece Mystery! — Unforgotten” also starts streaming July 11. DCI Cassie Stuart and DI Sunny Khan return as they investigate a cold case with alarming links to the police force.

New “Walter Presents” International series streaming on the channel in July are “The Same Sky,” “The Last Wave,” “The Half Brother,” “Love, Inevitably” and “Under Suspicion.”

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Due July 2 are six episodes of the German series “The Same Sky.” It’s East Germany in the spring of 1974, and Lars Weber, an East German Intelligence agent, is being relocated to West Berlin, tasked with seducing and spying on women who work in government or defense institutions for other countries. Lars is a young talent only just emerging from his espionage training program when he is assigned the case of Lauren Faber (Sophia Helin, “Masterpiece: Atlantic Crossing”), a data analyst for the British Secret Service at the Devil’s Mountain listening station. Under the strict, skeptical and somewhat twisted guidance of his handler Ralf Müller, Lars quickly proves his talent, making his first steps into Lauren’s wary and formerly closed-off psyche. When Lauren ends up in intensive care, Lars is given a new target: Sabine Cutter, Lauren’s U.S. counterpart at the listening station, who proves a much tougher target. Will he be able to fulfil his mission or will his growing feelings for Sabine lead to an evening that will forever change their lives?

Debuting July 16 are six episodes of the French series “The Last Wave.” One day in Brizan, a quiet seaside resort in the region of Landes in southwestern France, everything changes with the arrival of a wave. When a surge of clouds and a supersized wave collide during a surfing competition it engulfs the participants, causing them to disappear. Five hours later, the surfers reappear unharmed, but with no recollection of what happened to them. One by one, the returning surfers discover they each possess inexplicable powers.

The Norwegian series “The Half Brother” offers up eight episodes starting July 23. Based on the novel by Norwegian writer Lars Saabye, the series follows the life of a family spanning five generations in 20th century Europe focusing on the half-brothers Barnum and Fred. On V Day, May 1945, as the continent emerges from war, Barnum’s mother Vera is raped in her attic in Oslo by an unknown man, leading to the birth of Barnum’s half-brother Fred. When Barnum is born five years later, to the man that Vera has since met and married, the Nilsen family, like Europe, is already splitting in two. Growing up together during the Cold War — Barnum with his father, and Fred searching for his — the half-brothers become estranged and Fred eventually disappears. At the film festival in Berlin in 1990, as the Wall is still coming down, Barnum learns that Fred has returned. Finally, as the true identity of Fred’s father comes to light, the two half-brothers may once again be reunited.

The Spanish and Italian series “Love, Inevitably” debuts 10 episodes July 25. It is the story of Candela and Massimo, a dancer from Seville and an entrepreneur from Rome, two complete opposites. It all starts in Prague, where Candela and Massimo meet by chance. It is hate at first sight, and yet they can’t stay away from each other. Once back in their home countries, they appear in each other’s thoughts and visions. From that moment on they will have to put up with paranormal phenomena that happen at the most inopportune moments, demanding their attention and manipulating their choices. In an effort to set these spirits and their souls at ease, they will attempt to make their love a palpable reality.