Many loosely connected characters cross paths in this film, based on the stories of Raymond Carver. Waitress Doreen Piggot accidentally runs into a boy with her car. Soon after walking away, the child lapses into a coma. While at the hospital, the boy's grandfather tells his son, Howard, about his past affairs. Meanwhile, a baker starts harassing the family when they fail to pick up the boy's birthday cake.
Indonesian law stipulates that all films must go through censorship before any public screening in Indonesia. August 2014. The director and producer of Blind Pig Who Wants To Fly submitted their film to the LSF. After a long-winded and corrupt bureaucratic process, the LSF's final verdict for the film was "Rejected with (Notes for) Revisions". The filmmakers requested a hearing with the LSF committee, which was eventually unsuccessful in producing a clearer understanding of the LSF's reasons for rejection.
Brad, an uptight office drone, seemingly discovers the perfect vehicle for letting off steam when an advertisement for a business catering to his innermost desires pops up one morning on his computer. Brad's subsequent visit to the business and encounter with its receptionist Janine, however, don't quite go as planned.
A 40-year-old mother of two struggles with terminal breast cancer.
The thematic framework of the anthology feature film DEEP CUTS is violence in all of its forms: as a destruction of intimacy, family, integrity, trust.
Video by Croatian artist Sanja Iveković, a performative stripping of personal identity by the interpolation of excerpts from public service TV shows.
"CHOICE CUTS" is a short film created for the FUN SIZE HORROR film project. It is directed by JEFF MEYERS & KEITH JEFFERIES.
As part of a season marking the 60th anniversary of the founding of Israel, Liran Atzmor's film documents a battle that took place in the Old City of Jerusalem in 1948 from three points of view - photojournalist John Philips, whose pictures for Life magazine depicted the Jews being evacuated from the Old City; Jack Padwa, the producer of a feature film which tells the story from a Jewish British perspective; and photographer Ali Zaarour, who tells the story from the Palestinian viewpoint. (Storyville)
Mickey Mouse laughs.
Mickey and Minnie are next-door neighbors tending their yards. When Minnie is captured by a bird's song, Mickey hides in his bird-house and pretends to be a bird himself, until a cat attacks and blows his cover. Then he does a dance while wearing the house; their song attracts more birds, and again the cat. Pluto chases, but he's still pulling the lawnmower, and it causes much destruction.
Omar Petit would be able to live a perfectly happy life with his wife and daughter if it weren’t for a number of farmers from the vineyard who have decided to make life miserable for them because of where Omar comes from. One night, one of them happens to be in the middle of sabotaging their vineyard when he witnesses the murder of three South American drug smugglers. The killer, an injured biker who’s nevertheless as hard as nails, must take refuge on the Petits’ farm and takes the family hostage...
A girl stuck in a dismal loop where everything is firmly smoothed over, until her pent-up rage allows her to break out of her passivity. But where will it lead to? Cartoon animation meets claymation meets film.
In 1982, Thai film director Kom Akkadej managed to perform a real coup by getting two of the legends of Hong Kong action cinema, Norman Tsui Siu Keung and David Chiang Dai Wai of the Shaw Brothers studio to star in this film.
A stranger with a haunted past shows up unannounced at the home of Hollywood's hottest horror director, and is determined to teach him what real horror is all about.
This video documentary follows Alice's career from his discovery by Frank Zappa at the Wiskey-a-GoGo in Los Angeles to his "Hey Stoopid" album in 1991. It looks at his personal life, like his long-time marriage to Cheryl and his battle with alchoholism, and professional relationships with his manager Shep Gordon and his producer Bob Ezrin. The Prime Cuts documentary was originally released in 1991 on VHS then reissued 16-Oct-2001 as part of a 2-disc DVD set with additional material.
Documentary about Polish turntablism/dj community
Julius tries to elope with Alice's maid. Alice gets ahold of a policeman and they give pursuit.
New York Cuts explores six barbershops and hair salons throughout the cultural enclaves of New York City. Touching on themes of ethnicity, class, and community, conversations between barbers and clients are observed and intertwined in this portrait of urban multiculturalism.