When summer’s here and the time is right for dancing in the streets, it’s also time to grill out and spill out like the naked softcore starlets.
A day in the life of rock star Lincoln Sludd, and his troubles with nemesis Bad Seed.
The Boer Project can proudly present the documentary that tells the story of the Boer population in South Africa.
Documentary about the building of the Rio-Niteroi bridge, in Brazil.
Three days in Las Vegas, Nevada; three different visions of the discarded past and of the constantly renewed future. A three-part portrait of a town in transformation: a suburban utopia in the desert, a cancerous sprawl of unplanned development, a destination for suicides.
A domestic incident during the Cirio de Nazare, the huge religious event from Belem, Brazil.
A six-projector 16mm film performance, exploring the history of sound recording and the ways in which sound is represented as image. Composed primarily of fragments of 16mm educational films stretching from the 1940s through the 1980s,SOUNDFILM creates a complex visual and sonic space in which these fragments, starting with a compendium of elementary sound primers, coalesce around various key moments and strategies: representations of the vibrations of air particles, anatomical animations of the middle and inner ear, noise and hearing protection, and the technologies for representing sound (optical tracks, oscilloscopes, etc.). Simultaneously, however, the film explores and plays with a certain degree of abstraction that happens in these representations, at times liberating sound and image for their sensual qualities alone. In these sections it also references American minimalist composition with phase shifts and repetitions that recall the work of Steve Reich.
Who's your famous Irish American? Georgia O'Keefe? William McKinley? Sandra Day O'Connor? How about Shaquille O'Neal? This videotape is a secret history of some of our most overlooked Irish-American citizens; a hyperflat exploration of race, America, and the limits of binary thought.
A compilation of scenes from and trailers for horror and exploitation films from the '30s through the '70s.
Make Out Party is a no-budget, high-style comedy of errors that follows three vibrant characters through a day of misadventure as they set out to attend hostess Mary Woah’s Make Out Party.
Sex, lies, and murder - what happened to Travis Alexander? This three-part special examines the most salacious murder case in American history. We explore the investigation and trial that captivated the nation with interviews from central figures.
A doctor is accused in a murder case and tries to prove his innocent by the help of his friend.
Set in 1994, two 8 year old boys, Ronan and Michael, have a budding friendship. Michael suddenly disappears with his single mother, and Ronan is forced to survive the struggles of primary school life on his own. Ronan begins to receive letters from Michael which help him with his current issues. One day these letters stop.
Everybody needs a helping paw.
Stop-motion short film about a young boy who stumbles upon a mysterious box in the attic.
OK Mein Dhokhe is an upcoming Indian 2016 Bollywood drama thriller film, directed by Utpal S. Chaudhary, under the banners of Meow Music Company and Lotus Media & Films. The film is set to release on 18 March 2016.
70's trash movie queen Soledad Miranda wakes up from the dead, to find herself not in heaven but trapped in a film - the vision of a devoted fan. As her interaction with the "Auteur" reveals the extent of his obsession, she takes drastic steps to escape his reality.