27 movies

Rings

March 8, 2005

Some time after the events of The Ring, a subculture of people voluntarily watch Samara Morgan's video and wait to see how close to the seven-day deadline they can get before showing it to the next person. They record everything they see and share their experiences on a secret website dedicated to the videotape. No one has ever recorded a day seven.

An inside look at the making of the movie Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015), featuring footage and exclusive interviews with the actors and filmmakers.

Join director Clint Eastwood and his creative team, along with Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, as they overcome enormous creative and logistic obstacles to make a film that brings the truth of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle's story to the screen.

This short explores the evolution of Evans’ Captain America character, from scrawny, scrappy fighter to supersoldier and, ultimately, rebellious hero. It also gives detailed look at Cap's role in the fracture and Chris Evans' performance of the iconic Avenger.

Fuses

December 31, 1967

A silent film of collaged and painted sequences of lovemaking between Schneemann and her then partner, composer James Tenney; observed by the cat, Kitch.

Méditerranée

April 23, 1963

Pollet and Schlöndorff imagine the Mediterranean as a supernal arena.

Impatience

January 1, 1928

Experimental film evoking the notion of impatience through a man riding his motorbike on the roads of a mountainous landscape while the naked body of a woman appears in parallel.

Voice of the Islands

March 7, 2017

A behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Walt Disney Animation Studios' MOANA, as aided by the Oceanic Story Trust.

Wiz on Down the Road

January 1, 1978

A short promotional film on the making of “The Wiz” (1978). Includes a brief history of Oz portrayals in film and behind the scenes interviews.

TruTalk

January 1, 1998

A promotion featurette for The Truman Show. A 60 Minutes style mockumentary about the show called TruTalk aired originally on Nick at Night.

Strains of Wagner's Das Rheingold and African tribal ululations collide with bi-/tri-sected television footage while negative-positive visuals smash heedlessly into their mirror images, an unbounded series of “meaningful” artistic fender-benders that amount to little of resonant substance.

Homeo

November 1, 1967

O’Leary’s second film is a disjointed collage of beautifully shot footage with the filmmaker’s primitive and experimental soundtrack (lots of harmonium in this one). There are cityscapes, signs and billboards, nudes and plenty of cameos by other French actors/filmmakers of the day. Those with a sharp eye will spot Pierre Clementi (also credited as a cinematographer), Juliet Berto, Michel Auder, Frederic Pardo and more. —Herb Shellenberger

Machete Gillette... Mama

January 1, 1989

"With characteristic wit and rigor, experimental filmmaker Larry Gottheim here applies his impressionistic editing style to footage collected during his travels in the Dominican Republic. Gottheim’s formal emphasis on repetition and fissures between sound and image resonates here as a mode of sociological reflection (with the fragmentary montage mirroring elements of ritual while also destabilizing the ethnographic gaze). A largely overlooked antecedent to the contemporary blending of avant-garde and ethnographic filmmaking, MACHETTE GILLETTE… MAMA still poses a potent challenge to documentary convention." - Max Goldberg

Snow White Returns

October 6, 2009

Snow White Returns was a proposed sequel short to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs that would have incorporated deleted material from the film such as the famous Soup-Eating Scene and a sequence of the Dwarfs building a bed for Snow White. The unmade short is detailed on the Diamond Edition release of Snow White in a featurette narrated by Don Hahn. The Seven Dwarfs are returning home from the mine, as they receive a message from Snow White saying that she plans to make her annual visit to their cottage. The dwarfs were excited over the news, and they try to figure out what would be the best gift to give to her.

An anatomy of violence. Four young men and two young women are on a drive. There's a rivalry between two guys for one of the girls. On a remote road, the car stalls. The driver hitchhikes for help. Led by the intrepid girl, the others walk toward abandoned buildings, perhaps a mining operation. One of the three guys sits and reads. The intrepid one explores the building and sees something that scares her. She screams; the two rivals and the second girl run to find her. Something she says starts a fight between her two suitors. The one reading a book walks away in disgust. After stopping the fight, the two young women follow. How can this end?

Lost in Buffalo City

May 26, 2017

Ignoring the admonitions of locals, journalist John Miller heads out alone to explore the remnants of Buffalo City, once the busiest town in the area but now merely a pile of dilapidated ruins amidst the encroaching swampland. Are the tales of strange apparitions and deadly encounters merely musings from tale-telling old timers, or will Miller uncover something darker, something that may cost him his life?

Faust's Other: An Idyll

January 1, 1988

“Faust Part 2” reveals the modern Faust in a romantic interlude, an idyll (from the Greek idein, "to see"); also, a journey of the id. A sense of story is inferred through the complex interweaving of human gesture, expression, and bodily movement within vibrantly shifting colours and rhythmic development, creating multiple levels of metaphorical meaning. A collaborative work with paintings by Emily Ripley and soundtrack by Joel Haertling.

Sincerity V

January 1, 1980

This, then, finishes eleven years of editing drawing on 30-some years of photography. I will surely work autobiographically again, but the modes of SINCERITY and DUPLICITY seem completed with this film which on the one hand is as simple in its integrity-of-light as those follow-the-ball "sing-along" early silent movies and on the other as complicated as teen-age metamorphosis. Childhood dissolves in flame, struck from the hearth.

A short film that will be a special feature on the Spider-Man: Far From Home Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital release, confirmed by director Jon Watts.

Orca Park

October 28, 2011

A high school science teacher and her sixteen year old student, run away together and take refuge behind the doors of a murky motel room in rural Orca Park, Florida. When an unhinged private investigator shows up and starts asking questions, the lover's idyllic world plummets into a well of suspicion, jealousy and deceit.

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