Footie (Lawrence Page) was destined to become a ghetto bastard after his father brutally killed his mother and then himself. Footie gambles with the law and lost. Now Footie is ready to create his own destiny and share it with his newfound love - Felicia. Footie gets a 9-5 job and avoided trouble... until trouble found them. Fired and broke, both Footie and Felicia find 2 one way tickets back to the streets. Surrounded by America's most dangerous criminals, Footie and Felicia fight to stay together UNTIL DEATH DO THEY PART.
A look at the history of film from 1936-1972, with a special emphasis on the social impact of the medium and the way it both reflected and influenced American life.
R3V KIDS MULTI VOL8
A film by Robert Huot
A young aspiring director steals a silent movie camera to make his movie.
The visual ‘documentary’ material in House Movie comprises essentially ‘home movie’ footage. While the great majority of this material was staged, re-enacted, or otherwise planned in advance, it is documentary inasmuch as the ‘actors’ play themselves and participate in familiar events in a familiar setting which does not represent, but is, their actuality. Taking into consideration the film’s musical form, it might be said that in terms of documentary, House Movie is an exaggeration of John Grierson’s definition.
Some time ago, Robert took some photos of military action which are now endangering his life. He is on the run from those who would find their publication damaging and is headed for Syria, where he believes he will be safe. While in Istanbul, he meets a pop singer, a woman half his age who gives him the erotic charge of his life. He begins taking film of their bedroom encounters and says some pretty excessive things about how marvelous she is to him. Meanwhile, his local friends don't trust or like him enough to help him stay in Istanbul, and it seems that he will have to continue onward in his journey to safety.
Wetmovie1 ( Bendan Mitchell) and his best friend Gabriel meet up with coolduder (Shawn C Phillips) in the fabulous Las Vegas. Join in on their adventure and see these three men take on Vegas!
Baldessari has Ed Henderson examine obscure movie stills and attempt to reconstruct the films' narratives.
An internationally awarded film going to release on NETFLIX soon written & directed by Sanjeev Gupta & Produced by Sada Bhuvad, Pulp Cinema Productions
Aesop is a trouble-making young boy who finds himself in another world filled with creatures he never believed to exist, such as fairies and talking donkeys. He sets off to find a way back to the normal world. On his journey he befriends many classical creatures from well-known fables and encounters many trials, each teaching him a valuable lesson.
A feature length autobiographical film showcasing the life story of Melody Contreras-Williams, famed Lyric Video Creator, Artist, and DJ.
Harold Lloyd Making Movies in the Silent Era
Porn-rock fantasy flick of overwhelming, comically misogynistic excess.
Blue Movie was made for the international Dome Show where it was projected down onto the muslin surface of David Rimmer's geodesic dome. The audience lay on the floor looking up at it, the inside of each eye finishing the globe.
For cineasts worldwide Sam Peckinpah is best known for his 1969 masterpiece The Wild Bunch, one of the best films ever made and a genuine American classic. Yet for the general 'mainstream' audience, the film everybody seems to know when the name Peckinpah is mentioned, is Convoy (1978). In fact Convoy was Peckinpah's biggest success at the box office, out-grossing even his 1972 hit The Getaway. But the entertaining actioner that had turned out to be a commercial winner and a public favorite in fact had a very troubled production history. Many viewers and fans probably will be astounished when they learn about the full story of Convoy, which is the subject of the new documentary Passion & Poetry - Sam's Trucker Movie.
Road Case, "The Movie" is an inside look at what would prove to be one of the hottest tours of 2003. Film crews lived alongside Kenny, his band, and tour support while on the road with "Margaritas & Senoritas." The result is a compelling story of life on the road with an artist, his friends, and the dreams that would come true.
Daniel Cockburn’s exuberantly cerebral, filmically deconstructionist work defies easy categorization, and this program of new work is no exception, from a short that interrogates “things that mean other things before becoming a thing that means other things in itself,” and a performance piece that juxtaposes two postmodern 1994 horror films, John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare to explore both the redemptive and destructive powers of storytelling.
United States 1972, Super 8 transferred to digital, colour, silent, 7 min