An outstanding tribute to various (art) manifestos of the nineteenth and twentieth century, ranging from Communism to Dogme, in connection with thirteen different characters, including a homeless man, a factory worker and a corporate CEO, who are all played by Cate Blanchett. A striking humorous audio-visual experience.
In a small European country, the king is scheduled to visit a small, quiet and "safe" village. It turns out that while the village may indeed be small, it's neither as quiet nor as safe as it's expected to be.
A documentary about the Brazilian feminist fight for reproductive justice.
An exploration of the visual and psychological parallels between the American western frontier and the conflict in the Middle East.
A documentary, a video-diary and a propaganda piece for the “lawless, those without hearth, nor clan” (The Iliad, ΙX,63).
RiP!: A Remix Manifesto is a 2008 open source documentary film about the "the changing concept of copyright" directed by Brett Gaylor.
Director Theodore Ushev uses his own blood to animate struggles with injustice in the world.
A tongue-in-cheek enumeration of Pixelvision conventions put forth "in order to preserve the artistic integrity and the visual and aural purity of the original PXL 2000 camera."
A short film by Dionysos Andronis and Aldo Lee.
An colossal audiovisual adaption of Marinetti’s Futurist Manifesto, by one of the uncontested master isolationists of the ethereal static sounds, a sonic symphony of the unconscious and a defiant deccelerationist critique of today's society through the ultimate modern text. Thomas Köner has crafted the ultimate 4 bpm masterpiece.
Joe works an office job and is engaged to his lovely fiance Marg. However, sexual passion and adventure are lacking in Joe's life as he is limited to fantasizing about attractive women. Self-expression is also lacking in his life as Joe keeps his lips zipped around his mother-in-law and co-workers. Almost on cue, a compelling and attractive co-worker, Vee, crosses Joe's path, tempting him towards her wild ways of job and partner swapping.
Art form crosses art form and makes a new art form. Manifesto for Love is an inter-layered journey into the highs and lows of the romantic adventure: an experiment in shape, music, vision and words to find a new expression of love.
This is a short entertaining rockography about a Newfoundland band by the same name: 'The Kremlin'. Their proletariat serf revolution is portrayed through their song titles, stage antics and "Serf Rock" stylings.
In 1991, the Manic Street Preachers planned to sell 16 million copies of their debut and split up. Many years, many hits and one big mystery later, this colourful band and its fans appear in a unique documentary that tells their full story.
Determined to educate people about how the global elite are controlling the world, a lone man documents his war against the powers that be.
A trivial story about two people who meet at a party and spend the night together, told in the most pretentious, most poetic and, above all, most solemn of ways.
Crank Yankers caller and cult comedy figure David Alan Grier offers his own unique take on tales of growing up and owning up to life's big challenges in a stand up performance featuring all of the blunt honesty and physical humor that has come to define his enduring career. With views on growing up in Detroit, running his first ever New York City marathon, and attempting to maintain his sanity at family holiday gatherings, fans can rest assured that there will be no shortage of laughs when Grier takes the stage.
The Wayne Manifesto is an Australian children's television series that aired on the ABC in 1996. Based on the children's books by David McRobbie, it is centred around the life 12-year-old Wayne Wilson, showing the world both as the way he would like it and the way it really is. Filmed in Brisbane, Australia, it aired most weekdays in the afternoon at 4pm on the ABC.