The Marc Pease Experience (2009)
The Marc Pease Experience is a 2009 comedy film directed by Todd Louiso and written by Louiso and Jacob Koskoff. Shot primarily in and around Wilmington and New Hanover County, North Carolina in early 2007, the film is centered on Marc Pease, a man living in the past, when he was the star of his high school's musicals. The film stars Jason Schwartzman as Pease, Ben Stiller as Marc's former mentor, and Anna Kendrick as his love interest.
Decasia is a 2002 American collage film by Bill Morrison, featuring an original score by Michael Gordon.
MetalHeads: The Good, the Bad, and the Evil (2008)
Metal has too long been misrepresented in movies. This tragi-comedy brings to light all you need to see! Warring: The term "politically correct" does NOT exist in a metalhead's dictionary. This movie contains no Ebonics or baggy pants. Not to be viewed by posers. Nudity, drugs, violence, and strong language are included. Emily Thomas stars. Extras include bloopers, skits, and sneak peeks.
Vampyre Tales (2005)
Come along with Countess Plasma (Debbie Rochon) and her servant Phlegm (Jim O'Rear) as they deal with disgruntled villagers (including cult favorite Amber Newman) and tell a few eerie stories in the creepy and darkly humorous anthology VAMPYRE TALES. Turn down the lights... but not too low... there may be something behind you!!!
Barbary Pirate (1949)
Barbary Pirate is a 1949 American swashbuckler film starring Donald Woods and Trudy Marshall, directed by Lew Landers.
The Abominable Crime (2013)
Two gay Jamaicans flee from their homes in the face of violent homophobia.
E-A-G-L-E-S: The Movie (2005)
E-A-G-L-E-S. The loudest, most passionate rallying cry amongst all NFL teams. A chant that evokes the deepest emotions and stirs memories as it magically transforms fans. Screamed from stands, living rooms, bars and tailgate parties, it is clear that the Eagles and their fans "go together like Cheese and Steak, baby!" And finally, their cry has been answered with the team's first NFC Championship in 24 years! Now, Eagles fans get their due - a film about them and their team. A film that is a unique blend of behind-the-scenes access with players and the front office, and a season's chronicle through the eyes and experiences of the faithful. Journey with a collection of the team's diehard fans as they experience one of the greatest seasons in Eagles history; one that saw records set, ghosts exorcised, and Dallas humbled! Their excitement is contagious. You'll catch yourself cheering and feeling their joy at making the playoffs. And you'll see how this team brought respect to a city through a trip to the Super Bowl.
Thrill Kill Jack in Hale Manor (1998)
Thrill Kill Jack in Hale Manor is a 2000 independent comedy film produced by the Hale Manor Collective, a trio of Connecticut filmmakers consisting of Mike Aransky, Phil Guerrette and Thomas Edward Seymour. The film parodies action/adventure flicks by following the mystical loner Thrill Kill Jack in his search for a stolen magic gun within the booby-trapped mansion of a master criminal.
My Morning Jacket: Okonokos (2006)
My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is a live concert film by My Morning Jacket released on October 31, 2006. The film was recorded during the band's fall 2005 Z Tour, over two nights at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California. My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is as much a question as it is an answer. It is an enigma wrapped around a riddle. My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is whatever you want it to be. Filmed by Sam Erickson, mixed by Michael Brauer, and mastered by Bob Ludwig.
Tachyonic Anti-Telephone (2014)
Imagine making a simple phone call. Now Imagine that you needed 3 people to make that call, because of course ,you are in the 4th dimension. Now imagine that the distances between you are so vast, that even the speed of light is not fast enough to get the signals through, so you have to use tachyons, which travel faster than light. But there's a catch, one of the 3 people on the call committed a violent crime, but they will not know it until the call is completed. Imagine how messages and voices and words can get confused when making a phone call from one galaxy to another, through another dimension, and past fractured time.
Ever hear static on a call? What if you were speaking to someone from the 4th dimension, and their words made no sense, and they were speaking in the 3rd person, and they were living in eternity, so time meant nothing, and they had to talk to you. Would you understand them? Would it be garbled? Would it drive you insane? Would you hang up? Watch and see.
Dance with Destiny (2010)
SOMETHING IN THIS FILM IS TRUE
This is a documentary that revives humanity's ancient spiritual past through interviews with Native American spiritualists, secular prophets, environmentalists, healers and leaders in the global sustainability movement. Through a collage of interviews, music, imagery and reporting, Director Bruce Weaver shows that only a spiritual and mythic revival can correct humanity's course. From stories by Sequoyah Trueblood, a former Green Beret and Choctaw medicine man, to the eco-visionary insights of environmentalist Dr. John Todd, Dance with Destiny will challenge the world to rethink, regroup and revive the ancient spiritual paths modernity has lost to its peril. It is, at heart, a call to end mechanized ways of existence by waking to the buried callings of our ancient soul song. The time is now. Humanity is barreling past the point of no return. Fueled by hope but awake to our catastrophic path, this film explores in a penetrating and, at times, disturbing way the fate of the planet and the potential of the individual to shift the collective course - if changes are made. Some viewers may close heart and mind to the revelations in this film. Others will walk anew with increased hope, less threatened and fearful, more deeply inspired to build a sustainable future for posterity.There is an undeniable disconnect between humanity and the earth rooted in the notion that we are separate. It is causing a longing to revive humanity as spiritual, connected beings, not religious ones. This longing is evidenced in part by the New Age movement and the success of books like The Celestine Prophecy, a book which sold 10 million copies worldwide, The Da Vinci Code, one of the best selling novels of all time, and the recent film "What the Bleep Do We Know?"Dance with Destiny asserts not a New Age philosophy or science, but rather an old-age return to sanity, common sense, and wisdom that has been buried deep in the collective human ps
Motorcycles & Mayhem (2004)
This 2003 sports film showcases superstar riders performing a variety of wild motorcycle stunts. Wild ramp launches, speeds of about 120 miles per hour and more are set to the music of various L.A. bands such as Whiplash and Dynamite Boy.
The Letter (2012)
The Letter, previously called The Stare, is a 2012 American psychological thriller film written and directed by Jay Anania, starring Winona Ryder and James Franco. Franco is a former student of Anania's, who teaches directing at NYU. The pair previously collaborated on Shadows and Lies. In 2012, it was announced that Lionsgate purchased the distribution rights to the film, which was retitled The Letter. The film got its first theatrical showing at the Cincinnati Film Festival on September 9, 2012.
ZOMBIES FROM THE ANALS OF HISTORY! A young man enlists the help of his girlfriend and a bible-banging rockabilly priest (Mojo Nixon) to fight against his newly-returned zombie roommate!
I Can't Marry You (2004)
The "I Can't Marry You" documentary; narrated by Betty DeGeneres and featuring Zach Wahls; author of "My Two Moms;" explores same-sex marriage issues through the personal experiences of twenty gay and lesbian couples who have been in long-term relationships of 10-55+ years.
Lighthouse Island (1989)
Lighthouse Island is a quiet place. On the south side of the island is a small village of fishermen and tradesmen. Zeb Norman bicycles into the village one day to buy a wedding present for his bride to be, Rosalee. Zeb finds himself in a place like no other; where a little girl walks a polar bear on a leash... where oxen and llamas share the dirt roads with broken-down pick-up trucks. A local merchant of jewelry and clothing, Clara Bufford, has a gift that catches Zeb's eye, and Zeb will stop at nothing to get it. But there is a price to pay as he enters into a mysterious bargain with the shopkeeper. He must retrieve a stolen pearl which has the power to transform the shape of whoever possesses it.
Bikini Girls from the Lost Planet (2006)
Bikini Girls from the Lost Planet is a 2006 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray.
Jenny McCarthy's Dirty Sexy Funny (2014)
Jenny McCarthy hosts an outrageous evening of comedy featuring five female stand-up comics and her own sketch vignettes.
The Laughing Matter (2011)
" ... an offbeat and hilarious fairy tale about an unhappy middle class "princess" and how she is made to laugh. An exceptionally endearing performance from Nelson, her prince... add to the fresh simplicity of this unique and engaging allegory on the importance of maintaining one's own culture." - Ann Turner, Melbourne International Film Festival
"A Laughing Matter" is the first in a series of contemporary interpretations of traditional folktales from around the world entitled "Something Special". Although the story is a universal one, its origins lie in the beautiful Caribbean island of Nevis. In this contemporized tale children and adults learn something special about another culture, and more importantly, something special about themselves.
"There is a freshness about this film that is very appealing... the actor who plays Nelson does a wonderful job. Good characters...nice use of music...a top contender." - Golden Gate Jury Evaluation, San Francisco International Film Festival
OxyContin Blues (2011)
Inspired by the death of Heath Ledger, OxyContin Blues is a raw, unflinching look inside an actor's struggle with prescription pill addiction. A producer kidnaps a drug addicted movie star, and takes him to a remote seaside cabin.
Seven Thieves (1960)
Seven Thieves is a 1960 20th Century Fox film noir crime drama motion picture shot in CinemaScope. It stars Edward G. Robinson, Rod Steiger, Joan Collins and Eli Wallach.
Directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Sydney Boehm, it was adapted for the screen by Sydney Boehm, based on the novel The Lions At The Kill by Max Catto. Technical advisor was Candy Barr, who, as choreographer, taught dance routines to Collins.
Seven Thieves received an Academy Award nomination for Best Costume Design Black-and-White (Bill Thomas).
Lala Pipo: A Lot of People (2009)
Lala Pipo: A Lot of People is a 2005 Japanese novel by Hideo Okuda. It was made into a movie by the same name in 2009. Lala Pipo is the directorial debut of Masayuki Miyano. The screenplay was written by Tetsuya Nakashima, writer-director of Kamikaze Girls and Memories of Matsuko.
Louisiana Story (1948)
Louisiana Story (1948) is a 78-minute black-and-white American film. Although the events and characters depicted are fictional and the film was commissioned by the Standard Oil Company to promote its drilling ventures in the Louisiana bayoux, it is often misidentified as a documentary film, when in fact, it is a docufiction. The script was written by Frances H. Flaherty and Robert J. Flaherty, directed by Robert J. Flaherty.
Where I Am (2013)
Gay American writer Robert Drake returns to Sligo, Ireland, where he was attacked by two men 12 years earlier, leaving him brain damaged and unable to walk.
Amado is a rebellious soldier in the army of the King Tornik. He doesn't want to fight against his family, but he must avoid the wrath of Tornik if he is to stay alive. In this thrilling and epic adventure film, the power of love will go against the power of greed. Tornik is a powerful sage who has magic powers that few can match. Amado must find a way to protect his family and defeat Tornik. Through battles, foreign lands, and near-death experiences, Amado perseveres. The film's shocking conclusion finds the protagonist face to face with a very difficult decision.
A Legacy More Precious Than Gold: Contributions of the Mormon Battalion (1998)
Take a visual journey with the 500 volunteers who enlist in the Mormon Battalion. Share their triumphs, disappointments and accomplishments as they march 2000 miles from Iowa to California.
Rise of the Chupacabras (2003)
In the murky twilight of a southern Arizona town, lurks the legend of a creature the locals call El Chupacabras, the "goat sucker". More frightening than it's tendency to prey on goats, draining them of their blood, however, is its new found interest in humans. As a modern day gold prospector seeks to find what he believes to be a lost gold mine, the old man who became a hero to the townsfolk years before when he hunted down what they thought was a vampire, knows the mine is actually the lair of a blood sucking monster, either vampire, or perhaps, a creature from outer space.
After The Dawn (2012)
After chemical warfare devastates the planet, a woman (Nicole Kruex) wanders the barren landscape in search of her family.
The DeEvolution of Man (2004)
Grand Prize Winner: American Idol Underground's Comedy Contest!!! From Comedy Central, MTV, NBC, The Bob and Tom Show comes Stand Up Comedian Don Barnhart's 1st Video shot for 95.5 KLOS Five O'Clock Funnies All Star Show at the Grove Theatre in Anaheim, CA, the guy really shines as someone to look out for. Don Barnhart's comedy style incorporates physical facial expressions along with witty, off-the-wall observations with an upbeat, fast paced, improvisational edge. He has the versatility to go from hip-hop to the corporate world without missing a beat. He has performed at US Embassies in the Middle East, Def Jam Concerts, shows for the hearing-impaired and nudist colonies and has a Southern California flair that keeps audiences of all ages howling for more. Barnhart just released his first comedy special on Video which includes an original sketch show, "The South Bay Boys", his short film "What Are The Odds?" is currently making the film festival circuit and Don has just finished writing, directing and starring in the feature film, "China Dolls". Don Barnhart's television appearances include two pilots, the Sci Fi television show, "Genesis Wars", MTV, Comedy Central, Star Search and Evening at the Improv. Barnhart is also a graduate of the Second City Conservatory program in Los Angeles.
Rest Area (2012)
Rest Stop is a horror film directed by John Shiban following a story of a couple on a road trip to California, Nicole mentions she needs to use the restroom and begs her boyfriend to find a rest stop that she can use as soon as possible. When she gets out of the restroom she realizes that her boyfriend has gone missing and is nowhere to be found, she fears he has left her behind. Looking out and not hearing a response when she calls out she begins to look around the rest stop for his car.
Nicole is uncertain of where he could have gone or what may have happened, but believes he is in some sort of danger. Nicole sees only a random rv and begs for help from the passengers. Giving Nicole a ride only a short distance, she gets out of the rv and returns to the rest stop area and hears Tracy coughing up blood, and badly injured. Believing that she is in trouble, Nicole asks what is wrong and receives only a warning about the truck driver who tortured her and tried to kill her.
When a cop arrives at the scene she feels safe and is happy for the help, however the truck driver kills this police offer and begins to torture Nicole even more. Trying to calm Nicole, the police officer and she confide in one another while trying to stay safe from the psycho in the truck, but more problems ensue causing the two to truly be in trouble,
With bodies and victims of the killer that keep disappearing, Nicole realizes something is not right, and must flee from the scene in order to truly find some help. Stopping at nothing to get away and be safe, she will try everything she can to fight and live and get out of this rest stop.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular (2007)
Santa Flies to New York. Jump right into Santa's sleigh as it zooms over the frozen North, past international borders, and right to the doors of Radio City Music Hall.
Never Enough (2014)
They say everyone collects something. At what point does owning a few things become a collection? At what point does a collection spill over into hoarding? Never Enough sets out to understand the mindset and addictive nature of extreme collecting. Director and obsessive record collector Doug Brown, explores collecting from a collector's perspective, peeking into the hearts of people's desire to find that one elusive item. Is this a product of consumerism or the trait of hunting and collecting carried on from man's earliest time? Brown explores the genesis, growth and ultimate end of what it's like to live for the next find. Whether it's Legos, Cadillacs, or My Little Ponies, the competition to have the most is a common and complex pursuit.
Music For Millions (1944)
The women of a touring symphonic orchestra are a tightly knit group, and they’re not about to let the secret they hold slip through the knitting.
They’ll wait until fragile, pregnant bassist Barbara Ainsworth (June Allyson) has her baby before letting her know about a War Dept. telegram that says her husband is missing in action in the WWII Pacific. But Barbara begins to notice differences in the way the women are acting around her.
The all-star Music for Millions is part weepie, part comedy, part morale booster and, all-in-all, a stirring showcase of works by Chopin, Debussy, Grieg and others. José Iturbi adds his gifted screen presence and talents as the orchestra’s conductor. Jimmy Durante provides warmth and comedy relief that includes his nightclub favorite “Umbriago.” And Margaret O’Brien’s endearing performance as “Mike” capped a year that resulted in a special Academy Award® for Outstanding Child Actress of 1944.
The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck (2008)
It's the 1960's. Local programming thrives as TV stations create shows for their viewing public. Suddenly the ""horror host"" becomes a nationwide presence on the airwaves as old horror and sci-fi movies are released to television. Dr. Dreck and Moaner go on the air in the small town of Fibbia, Mass. They incur the wrath of the station's grand dame, Louise Morgan, when the popularity of their show pushes her show off the air. So Louise gets nasty. But Dr. Dreck and Moaner can get nastier. Because they are what they really seem to be; a mad scientist and a zombie!
The Heart of No Place (2009)
The Heart of No Place is a 2009 independent film written and directed by Rika Ohara, based on reinterpretation of Yoko Ono's life and work. Shot entirely on Digital 8 on location in Los Angeles, Berlin, Tokyo, Liverpool and Ho Chi Minh City, and with participation of many Los Angeles- and German artists and musicians, the film won the Best Film (International) award at the London Independent Film Festival 2010. The film's soundtrack was composed by John Payne and features songs by Yoko Ono, Dieter Moebius, The Dark Bob and Anna Homler.
The Youngest Candidate (2008)
Filmmaker Jason Pollock chronicles the campaigns of four American teenagers as they run for public office.
The Big Picture (2010)
A history of aviation originally produced in 1961 by the Army Pictorial Center as part of The Big Picture series. Introduced by Master Sergeant Stewart Queen this film covers early pioneers to the various types of military aircraft used in modern warfare. NTSC - 82 minutes - Black & White - 1961
My Trip to Al-Qaeda (2010)
A journalist tries to maintain his objectivity while writing about Islamic terror.
Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show (2010)
"Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show" is an award-winning, fun and uniquely stylish video that helps young children understand, appropriately express, and move through their feelings. Adorable host, Ruby, guides kids on a magical journey of learning through awesome animation, DIY art projects and original music. Featuring the voice of Mel Brooks and the music of Elizabeth Mitchell.
Torchlighters: The Corrie Ten Boom Story (2013)
When Nazi forces invaded Holland in 1940 and began rounding up Jews, Corrie ten Boom, her sister Betsie, and their elderly father risked their lives to save as many as possible. Corrie ten Boom: a Faith Undefeated recounts this unforgettable story for a new generation.
One: The Movie (2005)
ONE: The Movie is an independent documentary that surveys beliefs on the meaning of life, matching with the view that "we are all one". The movie was created and directed by Michigan filmmakers Carter Scott, Ward M. Powers and Diane Powers, and featured interviews with Deepak Chopra, Robert Thurman, Thich Nhat Hanh, Jaggi Vasudev, and others.
On a warm weekend in June, a group of friends venture to the mountains for a weekend getaway. No parents, no professors, just pure unadulterated fun and games. Little do they know, they're not alone. Out in the wilderness, just a stone's throw away at the edge of the tree line, there is a dark presence waiting and watching the group. One of the main protagonists, Rachel is the first to realize that there is peril in the woods beyond the rickety old cabin, where they'll be sleeping. Josh (who wants nothing more than to have the nerve to approach Rachel and tell her how much he adores her) politely humors her and her worries of them never making it home again. The rest of the group however, laughs off her comments about the rustling in the bushes, the sounds of crazy laughter, and the shadows that keep moving around. Is she just crazy, or are they going to be picked off one by one? The director of The Graveyard Shift and the NewGil Pictures production team bring you an old face of the horror genre. A film that doesn't waste your nerves on cheap thrills or "jumps". A throwback to a time when exploitation of gore, mutilation, and good old fashioned terror was fun.
The Invisible Front (2014)
In 1944, Soviet forces occupied Lithuania for a second time in less than five years. Juozas Luska was part of the guerrilla army fighting back. Having realized that the pen was mightier than the sword, Luksa escaped to Paris in 1948 to spread the word of the partisan struggle.
Dangerous Exile (1957)
Set in 1795, this story is based around Britain’s war with Republican France. Over the Welsh town of Tenby floats a French balloon which a group of soldiers are sent to investigate. It leads them to a young boy who is sobbing in a graveyard. He is taken home by a beautiful American woman, Virginia, where it is soon discovered that the boy is the son of the executed Louis XVI and thus the King of France. Whilst Virginia resolves to keep the boy in Britain for his safety, the French are eager to restore him to his rightful throne and undertake a series of highly dangerous operations to fulfil their aims.
The Dog Who Saved Summer (2015)
After their dog Zeus ruins a party, George takes him to an obedience school run by a no-nonsense instructor. When Zeus manages to fail every test, he seeks help from a trainer with special techniques.
Hanged on a Twisted Cross (1996)
Biblical theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer was executed by the Nazis just days before the Allies defeated Germany in World War II. This gripping documentary narrated by Ed Asner captures the life, times, and thought of Bonhoeffer. Using rare archival footage, documents, and visits to original locations, we get an intimate portrait of a man whose life and writings grow in their influence and speak powerfully to issues of our own day some 50 years later.
How does a man of peace come to assist violence in combating unrestrained evil? What do you do when deep-seated patriotism for your nation compels you to oppose your fatherland and its demonic leader? What course do you take when your love for the Gospel conflicts with your tragically compromised church? What is the responsibility of a follower of God when others are being persecuted and sent to prison camps and gas chambers?
As shown in this two-hour program, Bonhoeffer confronted these and other issues with a searching Biblical faith and personal courage in a way that speaks to every generation.
Chess Kids: Special Edition (2011)
A follow-up to the acclaimed Chess Kids (1996), this feature-length Special Edition release (2011) delivers the original award-winning documentary and includes all new engaging interviews with the original players, nearly 20 years later! Featuring chess luminaries: Judit Polgar, Josh Waitzkin, Bruce Pandolfini and more.
John Legend: Live from Philadelphia (2008)
Live from Philadelphia further cements John Legend's reputation as a great live performer. The album features 19 soulful performances including tracks from Legend’s first two albums and a duet with Corinne Bailey Rae on "Where Is The Love.”
Manson Kilmore: The Night Caller of Coal Miners Holler Part1 (2009)
n 1975 in a small Southwest Virginia coal mining town a series of sadistic murders took place ending on Christmas Eve with the killing of Manson Kilmore, that may or may not have been the real killer. He later became a mere urban legend. Lilith introduces her gay friend Bill Richardson to John Catobey and then proceeds to tell Bill's pregnant wife, Dawn, where to catch her husband cheating on her by having sex with another man. The next day, Dawn tells Kate, Bill Richardson's girlfriend, what she found out. Later that day - Dawn was murdered. A few days later Manson Kilmore catches Catobey with his wife and threatens him with a gun but lets him go. Kate plans to tell everyone that John and Bill are homosexuals. Richardson kidnaps Kate and her baby son. He abuses her for a week and starves the baby. After cutting her head off, he rapes her. One by one all of the rest are murdered and Manson is blamed for the murders. Then he is beaten to death.
Schuks Tshabalala's Survival Guide to South Africa (2010)
Schuks Tshabalala's Survival Guide to South Africa is a 2010 comedy film directed by Gray Hofmeyr, co-written by Gray Hofmeyr and Leon Schuster, and starring Leon Schuster and Alfred Ntombela.
The film was created to coincide with the 2010 FIFA World Cup which was held in South Africa.
Passenger to London (1937)
Passenger to London is a 1937 British espionage thriller film directed by Lawrence Huntington and starring John Warwick, Jenny Laird and Paul Neville.
Lots and Lots of Trucks: Hard Workin' Trucks (2008)
Hey good buddies, no matter what your age, if you love trucks we guarantee you'll love this jam-packed action sing-a-long new DVD, Lots & Lots of Trucks : Hard Workin' Trucks! Its filled with lots and lots of construction trucks and ground-pounding, dirt-flying, close-up action! Plus, youll see trucks of every shape and size; there are so many trucks in this program youll hardly be able to count them all!
You'll thrill to the crunching power of massive steam shovels, watch in awe as mighty logging machines saw through massive trees in seconds and witness real fire-fighting rigs in action!
Plus, there's tow trucks, toy trucks, and plenty of trucks and tractors from down on the farm! See everything from big-rigs on the road and garbage hauling trucks to giant dumpers and mini-dozers - youll find them all in this fantastic collection!
Special Bonus Section features a look at some good lookin trucks from the past!
Spectacular camera footage combined with award-winning sing along song music by James Coffey and lots of real-life sounds make the thrilling action of these mighty machines a favorite among young and old alike!
Gone Dark (2013)
After Jack (Pascal Cooper) fakes his death, his little sister blames his ex-partners and begins hunting them down.
Terms And Conditions May Apply (2013)
Terms and Conditions May Apply is a documentary that discusses how corporations and the government utilize the information that users provide when agreeing to browse a website, install an application or purchase goods online. Made in 2013 by Cullen Hoback, it discusses the language used in user-service agreements on the World Wide Web, how they collect information, and the usage of the information.
It criticizes companies such as Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn for having poorly worded and misguiding privacy policies/terms of service, which use user-unfriendly language in long documents that allows them to collect user information and legally provide it to third-party users. The film aims to warn people about the risks of clicking “I Agree” after scrolling through pages of uninviting text.
Mark Zuckerberg appears in the film.
Celestial Subway Lines/Salvaging Noise (2005)
In Celestial Subway Lines, avant-garde filmmaker Ken Jacobs joins forces with a likeminded musical counterpart, John Zorn, whose maverick reputation in the jazz world mirrors the status Jacobs enjoys in the film world. Constructed without a conventional narrative, the film offers viewers a trip into the improvised world that Jacobs and Zorn conjure up, with some bizarre imagery from Jacobs forming a forceful connection with the unhinged wailing of Zorn's saxophone. Originally unveiled in 2004 at the Anthology Film Archives in New York City, Celestial Subway Lines is an absorbing meeting of minds.
Jamie Foxx Unleashed: Lost, Stolen and Leaked! (2003)
Jamie Foxx goes back to his Texas roots where he's more outrageous than ever in this no-holds-barred performance! The master of physical humor combined with 100 percent real honesty and dead-on impersonations, Foxx is pure electricity onstage, driving the jam-packed audience over the edge with laughter!
An Illinois coal miner (Chester Morris) marries a petty chorus-girl (Nancy Kelly) who pushes him to make more money.
Carolina Blues (1944)
Ann Miller (Kiss Me Kate, You Can’t Take It with You) plays the ingénue who steps into the role of vocalist when Kay Kyser’s band comes to town. Kyser, who’s ready for a holiday, is roped into putting on a show for defense plant workers by his publicist (Jeff Donnell, In a Lonely Place). But Georgia Carroll, Kyser’s vocalist, is already set to leave the band to get married. The conflicts are the typical plot points of the “show-must-go-on” Hollywood musical, but the performances are the central feature of the film. Ann Miller’s dancing, the on-stage antics of Kyser’s orchestra (including stalwarts Harry Babbitt, Sully Mason, and Ish Kabibble), Harold Nicholas, and a variety of other specialty numbers fill out the bill, not to forget Victor Moore (Swing Time, Make Way for Tomorrow), who has several turns as various members of the Carver clan. Newly remastered.
Love the One You're With (2014)
Three sisters make a pact to never let a man stop them from achieving their dreams, and they nearly sacrifice love for success.
Wiebo's War (2012)
Wiebo's War is a 2011 Canadian documentary about eco-warrior Wiebo Ludwig, directed by David York.
White Reindeer (2013)
White Reindeer is a 2013 American dark comedy film written and directed by Zach Clark. The film stars Anna Margaret Hollyman as a real estate agent who must deal with the recent death of her husband as the holidays approach.
What's It All About (1995)
A collection of fifteen episodes about human behavior (Desire, Submission, Love, Jealousy, Wisdom, Honesty, Faith) put between two great stories about Willpower and Doubt. "What's It All About" offers an amusing and cruel view of modern man, his contradictions, his frustrations, his lack of communication, his solitude and his confusion.
Golden Gloves (2007)
This film tells the story of women competing in Golden Gloves boxing. Women had been trying to get into the competition for many years, but not until 1994 was the case for women given real attention. Threatened with a civil lawsuit from the ACLU, women were finally let in for the first time in 1995. As of today, boxing is the only sport in the Olympic games exclusively for men. This film follows eight women in the 2005 tournament who each think they can be the next champion. The filmmaker, Leyla, was a sparring partner for Hilary Swank while preparing for "Million Dollar Baby".
The Great Role (2004)
When a famous American film director comes to Paris to cast a Yiddish version of The Merchant of Venice, Maurice and his friends try out for the role. Thinking he has been cast in the part of Shylock after years obscurity.
If I Close My Eyes I'm Not Here (2014)
Kiko is a teenager whose dead father was Italian and his mother Marilou is from the Philippines. They live with Ennio, mother's new boyfriend, a foreman who recruits and exploits illegal migrant workers. Kiko goes to school but at the same time he is forced to work in Ennio's building yards. He feels he lives in a wrong planet. There's only one place where Kiko can dream: an old abandoned bus in a dump yard that he's turned into his private refuge. One day it seems his fate could change: an elderly friend of his father's, Ettore, comes looking for Kiko and offers to become a strange kind of tutor for him. Ettore reveals his true identity, and Kiko will soon have to confront a terrible discovery and make a difficult choice.
Diminished Capacity (2008)
Diminished Capacity is a comedy film directed by Terry Kinney and written by Sherwood Kiraly, based on his novel of the same name. It stars Matthew Broderick, Virginia Madsen, and Alan Alda. It was released at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and opened in theaters in July 2008. It was produced by Plum Pictures.
Waiting For Dublin (2007)
On New Year's Eve in 1944, fighter pilot Mike Clarke (Andrew Keegan) wagers Al Capone's nephew that he can shoot down five enemy aircraft. Before Mike can fill his quota, he becomes stranded in a remote Irish village. There, the fighter pilot enters into a battle of a different kind when he meets a fiery lass named Maggie (Jade Yourell).
Linkin Park: Conspiracy Theory (2004)
Fiercely melodic, rhythimaclly inventive and ruthlessly uncompromising, Linkin Park has created a unique collision of Pop, Metal and Hip Hop that becomes much more than the sum of its parts. With honest, intelligent and poetic lyrics, it's little wonder that the band has become the choice of a disenchanted generation. naturally, their rapid ascendancy has provoked claims of contrivance and hype, but Linkin Park has risen above these accusations with ease, taking their hybrid music one step closer to the mainstream, without diluting their message. This documentary tells the story of how it happened; a runaway success story that's only just begun.
Put Your Heart on the Page (2013)
Anne Perry started out as a good writer, but has won greatness inch by inch by reading other authors, listening to editors and agents, and adapting techniques from other creators. Now you, too, can have a lesson from an author who The New York Times has called "First Rate," and who's included in the 100 Masters of the crime genre; who's sold 25 million copies worldwide to continuing critical acclaim. In this instructional video, Anne references her quintet of novels about World War One to demonstrate the various themes which need to be considered when you first pick up that pen. Although writing a book can be like climbing Everest, the advice you find here will save some troublesome extra drafts, and give you a head start towards an enjoyable writing experience and a successful novel.
Motown Mafia: The Story of Eddie Jackson and Courtney Brown (2011)
Motown Mafia is a crime biography documentary that was released straight to DVD in 2011. In the late 1960s and early 1970s Detroit neighbors Eddie Jackson and Courtney Brown were the Kingpins of Detroit. The duo had a heroin operation and was earning over a million dollars in sales in a month. With their earnings, the duo had spread their money to family and friends and they were living great lifestyles. Their names were so big in Detroit many well known celebrities, such as Richard Pryor and The Temptations, wanted to hang with the duo. With their drug operations being so big in Detroit, they were compared to Frank Lucas and Leroy "Nicky" Barnes of New York. In 1975 the police gathered enough evidence to sentenced the men to prison for several years.
Sarah Landon And The Paranormal Hour (2007)
Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour is a 2007 supernatural thriller film from Freestyle Releasing starring Rissa Walters as the title character. It was released on October 19, 2007. It is billed as "the first in a series of Sarah Landon Mysteries".
Within the cloister of a Lower East Side tenement apartment, Chris, a young Buddhist monk, lives an intentionally solitary and ascetic life. By day, Chris makes a meager living sketching charcoal portraits for tourists.
Colossus and the Headhunters (1963)
Colossus and the Headhunters, also known in its original Italian title as Maciste contro i cacciatori di teste ("Maciste against the head-hunters"), is a sword and sandal film created in Italy and released in 1960. It is notable for having no monsters, which was a hallmark of the sword and sandal genre, instead featuring the titular Headhunter tribe as antagonists. Another alternate title was Fury of the Headhunters.
Eyes Front (2008)
Two killers meet in a diner and discuss the nature of good and evil.
The Unknown (1946)
The Unknown was the last of three Columbia programmers based on the legendary radio series I Love a Mystery. Carried over from the radio version are Jim Bannon and Barton Yarborough as Jack Packard and Doc Long, adventurers for hire. The plot concerns the efforts of amnesiac Nina Arnold (Miss Jeff Donnell) to claim her rightful share of her domineering grandmother's legacy. Someone is trying to murder Nina, and that someone may very well be her emotionally unstable mother Rachel Martin (Karen Morley). But with Jack and Doc on the case, Nina has nothing to worry about-or does she?
The Rangers' Round-Up (1938)
Fred Scott, Al St John, Christine McIntyre, Earl Hodgins. Fred joins up with a traveling medicine show as a singer and marksman. In actuality, he's an undercover Texas Ranger who's been sent in to break up a ruthless gang that's responsible for a recent series of stage and express office robberies. Produced by Stan Laurel.
The Transition Period (2009)
As Chinese Communist Party secretary, Guo Yongchang was the most powerful man in his county, located in the rural inland province of Henan. Guo invited acclaimed documentary filmmaker Zhou Hao to record his final months in office. Through Zhou's lens, we see Guo work tirelessly to achieve his greatest desire: for Henan to match the affluence of booming coastal areas. Zhou also captures the sordid details of local-level politics in pursuit of growth: lavish parties with foreign investors, threats to local workers protesting unpaid wages, and offers of bribes and kickbacks.
Hailed by international press as an exceptional work of investigative filmmaking, The Transition Period captures the daily life of a Chinese official with incredible ground-level detail. With boastfully candid interviews from Guo and fly-on-the-wall coverage of closed-door dealings, Zhou lays bare the unsavory dynamics within China's top-down power structures. Penetrating in scope yet objective in its approach, The Transition Period reveals the conflicting forces shaping China's path to prosperity.
The Next Hit (2008)
THE NEXT HIT is a mystery suspense thriller about a record company that takes an unorthodox approach to boosting sales, which is to put out a "hit" on their marquee talent's life with hopes of creating a multi-platinum recording legend. The story takes place in Miami and focuses on two main characters, Rodson Gray and his love interest Ann Smith.
I Heart Doomsday (2011)
An inventor creates an android that looks like his amnesiac wife, causing a love triangle of apocalyptic proportions.
Daydreams is a 1922 American short comedy film directed by and featuring Buster Keaton. The film is most famous for a scene where Keaton finds himself on the inside of a riverboat paddle wheel.
Louis C.K.: Chewed Up (2008)
With his unique perspective, Louis CK regales another audience with this hour-long special. Tackling topics ranging from a diverse array of everyday issues and annoyances, Louis CK once again demonstrates his mastery of self-deprecating humor and curiosity for the world he inhabits.
Once I Entered A Garden (2011)
Avi Mograbi and his Arab friend discuss the ideal binational state.
This suspenseful drama directed by George Mendeluk stars Anne Archer as Monica Barrett. She is a widowed attorney with a grown daughter, Jennifer (played by Erin Karpluk). Monica maintains an excellent reputation and she conducts herself with integrity. A Senator named Garland Wolf (William B. Davis) campaigns for her selection to a vacancy on the Supreme Court. But her nomination faces jeopardy because she made the mistake of dating an author named Jack (Michael Shanks) during a brief vacation; she went out with him while concealing her identity, only to discover that he also mislead her. Now he stalks her.
Heaven Before I Die (1997)
Heaven Before I Die is a 1997 indie comedy film written and directed by Izidore Musallam and starring Andy Velasquez, Giancarlo Giannini, Joanna Pacula and Omar Sharif.
UFO Chronicles: What the President Doesn't Know (2012)
This is a film where Dr. Steven Greer gives information about the numerous witnesses that seem to know more than they are revealing about possible UFO landings in the country. There are firsthand experiences and technology that has been used to identify some of the evidence produced.
Happy Go Lucky is a 1936 American musical film directed by Aubrey Scotto and written by Olive Cooper. The film stars Phil Regan, Evelyn Venable, Jed Prouty, William Newell, Jonathan Hale and Harlan Briggs. The film was released on December 14, 1936. by Republic Pictures.
Temple Wood: A Quest for Freedom (2012)
One man's odyssey into a nightmarish world of Pagan sexual rituals and Druidic practices, while searching for his history professor who has mysteriously disappeared. Atmospheric & disturbing, this is homage to 80's folk horror with echos of Wicker Man.
An offbeat comedy about an estranged father who returns to his hometown after an absence of ten years in order to reconnect with his daughter and ex-wife but unwittingly finds himself responsible for almost destroying all their lives.
Oconomowoc is a 2013 American comedy film written by, directed by, and starring Andy Gillies. The film follows a man who, after moving back in with his hard-drinking mother, becomes part of a T-shirt business with his friend.
A detective (C. Thomas Howell) tries to capture an escaped killer whose bone marrow can save a child's life.
The Hornet's Nest (1955)
It is late at night in Chelsea and footsteps echo along a deserted cul-de-sac. The lone figure is that of ‘Posh’ Peterson, a notorious thief. He has with him a bag, filled with stolen jewels, which he later hides in a barge. Unknown to him, he has been observed by two old ladies. A week later the barge is hired as a home by two young models, and when Posh returns to claim his ill-gotten goods, the bag is missing.
Khyber Patrol (1954)
British lancers (Richard Egan, Patric Knowles) court their commander's daughter (Dawn Addams) and patrol the Khyber Pass.
A meteorite crash lands in the grounds of an American ladies college and soon reveals the existence of an evil alien and its tortured servant. The alien takes residence in the tunnels below the college and the nightmare begins.
Al Capone: Icon (2014)
Al Capone is a gangster that is known for his bloody inhumane violence. Take a look at his life and how he managed to build an empire on the streets of New York. Al Capone maintained valuable connections and organized modern day crime that affects the streets still to this day.
Trapped Ashes (2006)
Trapped Ashes is a 2006 American horror anthology film with segments directed by Sean S. Cunningham, Joe Dante, Monte Hellman, Ken Russell, and John Gaeta.
Fleisch is a German cult film by Rainer Erler about organ trafficking produced in 1979.
Timber War (1935)
Jim Dolan (Maynard) is hired by a powerful lumber family to discover who is sabotaging their lumber mill. Jim decides to adopt the identity of the owner's never-seen weak-willed playboy son, Larry Keene, to infiltrate the mill and reduce suspicion. Jim discovers that the mill's manager is being paid by rival timber-baron Murdock (Oakman) to put the mill out of business, and he begins to find the evidence to oust the traitor. Meanwhile, Jim tries to help the real Larry Keen become braver and gain a backbone to go against Murdock and all the other competing mills who want to ruin his family. A plan is formed to catch the manager and Murdock in the act, leading to a thrilling, action-filled conclusion.
Bwana Devil (1952)
Bwana Devil is a 1952 U.S. adventure film based on the true story of the Tsavo maneaters and filmed with the Natural Vision 3-D system. The film is notable for sparking the first 3-D film craze in the motion picture industry, as well as for being the first 3-D film in color and the first 3-D sound feature in English. Bwana Devil was written, directed and produced by Arch Oboler and stars Robert Stack, Barbara Britton and Nigel Bruce. The advertising tagline was: The Miracle of the Age!!! A LION in your lap! A LOVER in your arms!
Angels In The Dust (2007)
Angels in the Dust is a 2007 South African documentary film by filmmaker Louise Hogarth. The film follows Marion Cloete, a university-trained therapist who leaves behind her life of privilege in Johannesburg to build Boikarabelo, a village and school that provides orphaned children with shelter, food and education. The stories of the orphaned children are paralleled with the orphaned elephants of Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa.
Angels in the Dust won the 2007 Emerging Pictures/Full Frame Audience Award at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. It also won an Audience Award at the Encounters South African International Documentary Festival in 2008. It is produced by Dream Out Loud Films and Participant Productions.
After the Banquet (2009)
After the Banquet is a 2009 South Korean-Japanese film starring Shin Sung-woo, Ye Ji-won, Bae Soo-bin, Kim Bo-kyung, Lee Hae-young, Seo Yoo-jung, Yoon Hee-seok, Cha Soo-yeon, and Go Ah-sung. A group of college alumni, mostly men, are reunited at a wedding. They are all looking forward to seeing one woman in particular, but to their surprise, the woman's daughter appears.