Stage mother Dolly Murdock (Ann Sothern) forces her teenager daughter Tricia (Alexandra Hay) to work as an exotic dancer at a local nightclub.
a short film about an event that takes place when a director who has been eliminated from the film festival visits the judge.
Ashley was dying to make a horror movie. Too bad she didn't live long enough to see it. The horror movie was never finished, but now you can witness the horrifying killing spree that was captured on the behind-the-scenes footage.
Josef finds a propeller hat and does everything he can to be able to fly with it. That's roughly the short film narrative of film student Claudius, who does everything in his power to finally shoot his graduation film. But making films isn't that easy, not to mention flying.
An epic exploration of the Czechoslovak New Wave cinema of the 1960s and 70s, structured around a series of conversations with one of its most acclaimed exponents - Closely Observed Trains director Jiří Menzel.
Ji-han's set for graduation film. It is not as easy as it feels to devote all the production techniques that he have learned in school for four years. There was a man who appeared like a savior at the time, Louis Giannetti, the author of the movie Understanding! However, he begins to interfere with the filming site by cutting in on Ji-han's production of everything.
Min-kyung takes the lead role in a short film. As time goes by, the scene is twisted, and the minute cracks between Min-kyung and director begin.
Han-sung runs into his ex-girlfriend Soo-young after taking a year off from university. Unfortunately she has a new boyfriend Se-won, who is a director of a graduation film which Han-sung is supporting.
Danny Youngblood is a famed Hollywood director with a reputation for modeling sexy starlets into superstar actresses, and then turning his discoveries into his wives, one after another. However, Danny meets his match when he zeros in on his latest starlet/conquest, Margot Murray, who decides to turn the tables on him.
A retrospective on the life and work of Portuguese director António-Pedro Vasconcelos.
A documentary film about cult director José María Zabalza. How he made pictures with very little money and was granted little recognition.
Cloud, Encore is a kind of "making-of film" about the filming of Im Kwon-taek’s 102nd film Revivre.
Gravity of the Tea is an Im Kwon-taek masterpiece (embracing the long time it took between his birth and the filming of the 102nd movie Revivre).
A visual essay highlight shots from Wes Anderson's films which were films "from above."
When a group of aspiring horror film directors get picked to appear on a new horror themed reality game show, hosted by an infamous aging horror director, they realize that "The Horror Show" isn't really a show at all.
A documentary portrait of Michangelo Antonioni based on Roland Barthes' essay.
Set in real-time over the opening night of a troubled production of Hamlet: a cast of narcissistic actors, incompetent stage-crew and a megalomaniac director collide behind-the-scenes of the ongoing show to give the audience a night they'll never forget.
Luis Bunuel, the father of cinematic Surrealism, made his film debut with 'Un Chien Andalou' in 1929 working closely with Salvador Dali. Considered one of the finest and controversial filmmakers with, 'L’Age d’Or' (1930), attacking the church and the middle classes. He won many awards including Best Director at Cannes for 'Los Olvidados' (1950), and the coveted Palme d’Or for 'Viridiana' (1961), which had been banned in his native Spain. His career moved to France with 'The Diary of a Chambermaid' with major stars such as Jeanne Moreau and Catherine Deneuve.