A group of gay rights activists from the Dutch Caribbean islands visits the Amsterdam Gay Pride to raise awareness of the social nonacceptance of gays, lesbians and transgenders in their part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and their battle for equal rights.
A look at the parallels between DJing and Music Therapy.
In 1956, American philosophy student Michael Murphy is on his way to an ashram in India when he stops off in Scotland for one last game of golf. He meets a spirited pro who teaches him about golf and life, and how the two are beautifully intertwined.
The Kingdom of Survival explores modern skepticism in America, challenges the status quo and uncovers provocative links between survivalist philosophy, ecumenical spirituality, radical political theory, and outlaw culture. The audience is invited into a thoughtful conversation with the likes of Prof. Noam Chomsky, Dr. Mark Mirabello, Ramsey Kanaan, and the riveting final interview with beloved author, Joe Bageant. These unique thought leaders cast a rare shadow of doubt over our most blindly accepted American traditions.
Remake of J.R. Bookwalter's 1991 shot-on-video opus.
A devoted cult gathers in an ice-skating rink to mass suicide. All are complicit but one. At the eleventh hour a young woman called Josie begins to doubt her faith in Doug, her charismatic cult leader.
Wrestle Kingdom 7 in Tokyo Dome (subtitled "Evolution") was announced on February 29, 2012, as taking place on January 4, 2013, at the Tokyo Dome. Wrestle Kingdom 7 in Tokyo Dome was the twenty-second January 4 Tokyo Dome Show held by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The event featured outside participation from All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) representative Keiji Mutoh, Pro Wrestling Zero1 representative Shinjiro Otani, and American freelancer Shelton Benjamin. Originally, Zero1's Daichi Hashimoto was announced as taking part in the event, but on December 27 it was announced that he had fractured his left forearm and would be replaced by Zero1 president Shinjiro Otani. For the first time in five years, the event did not feature wrestlers from Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). For the first time, the event was made available for international market on internet pay-per-view.
Share My Kingdom delves into the lives and art of three artists with disabilities who emerged from the art studio at Little City located in Palatine, IL. The documentary provides a view into the compelling life histories and artistic creations of Harold Jeffries, Wayne Mazurek and Luke Tauber. While these men seem to have the odds stacked against them, they are able to turn their ideas into reality. With no formal art education or training, each of them transforms their vision into artistic works of expression free from cultural, political and worldly influences found in most art today.
The film begins as a whimsical observation of Thai gambling culture, a culture in which gamblers will bet on anything, right down to what color underwear a mini-skirted woman will flash when she alights from a tuk-tuk.
A plumber tries to win back his girlfriend.
Live footage with three bands: Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Crime And The City Solution, Swans. Recorded at Knopf's Music Hall, Hamburg, August 15th, 1987.
Two children on a holiday with archaeologist parents expose the villainy of Arab workmen and help their father find the treasure he is after.
Homer Hobbs, home after two years in jail, discovers that life on the outside can be crueler than the back-breaking injustice of the chain gang...
Lilith, first wife of Adam, has been rotting in Hell for thousands of years after being exiled from Paradise by The Almighty. Melinda, a confused and direction-less young lady is being haunted by a plot to free Lilith. An ocultist named Hera, bent on bringing forth her master’s bloody revenge, has made a deal with the devil to unleash an ancient evil upon God’s Creation.
A Pair of Kings is a 1922 American silent comedy film featuring Larry Semon & Oliver Hardy.
A gritty, rugged take on the hardships of slaves traveling through the infamous Middle Passage of the 1800s. Watch the film here: http://vimeo.com/86754726
A dizzying array of international reggae acts come together in this two-part compilation concert, culled from individual performances filmed live at the West Kingston Jamboree in Jamaica. Featured artists include Beres Hammond, Richie Spice, QQ, Jah Mason, Natural Black, Bounty Killa, Baby Cham, Alley Cat, Chuck Fender, Turbulance, Gyptian, Busy Signal, Ruffian, Cutty Corn, Slick 44, Don Snow, Bobo Galawasp and many more.
This documovie delves into the history of the NYC graffiti movement, tracing it thru 3 generations of well known writers. In depth conversations with ALI, BAMA, CRASH, KET, PART ONE, STAN 153yb, TERROR 161 and ZEPHYR classify this as sureshot cult classic