A playwright whose marriage and career are in a free fall has an explosive run-in with his former neighbor, a right-wing ex-con.
A portrait of Spike Jonze and his longtime moviemaking partnerships.
John Hodge's Collaborators centers on an imaginary encounter between Joseph Stalin and the playwright Mikhail Bulgakov.
This expansive documentary tracks the career of Florida-born producer-singer-rapper T-Pain from his early solo work to his eventual success on the international rap scene, including his collaborations with Bow Wow, R. Kelly, Kanye West and others. T-Pain pushes the boundaries of rap with his innovative echo-like vocals, and the Grammy winning artist's long list of collaborators reads like a Who's Who of the rap world.
A film by Joseph Bernard
This award winning documentary, narrated by Lou Reed, explores the breadth and depth of Occupy Wall Street and how it quickly grew from a small park in lower Manhattan to an international movement. The film highlights why people from diverse age, ethnic and financial backgrounds support the movement and its focus of removing money from politics in order to reclaim democracy from entrenched corporate interests so that critical issues including job creation, affordable access to health and education, protecting the environment and gun safety can be fully addressed. Featuring interviews with a wide range of subjects including Occupiers, economist Jeffrey Sachs and business magnate Russell Simmons.
Unes is paralyzed after a massive stroke. He lies in bed in the family’s living room, watching the live feed from security cameras installed at the perimeter of his home - a matter of protection after several assaults on the family. "We are guilty, we’ve brought a shame on ourselves," this is how Unes summarizes decades of collaboration with Israeli security forces and helping Jews to buy land from Palestinians.
The O2 arena, London was stage for the gathering of some of the UK's most notable, and charitable music icons. "Rockwell" event brought together the likes of Robert Plant, Tom Jones, Joss Stone, as well as Lulu, Razorlight, Beverley Knight, Escala, Dan Gillespie Sells (from The Feeling)in one of the most memorable benefit concerts to date. The evening with many major stars sharing the spotlight for brilliant, unexpected surprises was culminated in the final song that saw every act hit the stage for a fantastic version of The Beatles' classic "Let It Be"!
From Kultura.lv: With this full-length documentary, Director Pēteris Krilovs delves into an intricate and intriguing period in modern Latvian history, his father's death at the hands of the KGB intertwined with the underhanded game played by Soviet Latvian KGB agents against Swedish-English-American intelligence services. In the 1960s, a book was released and a feature film made, later, a pseudo-documentary TV series produced propagandizing how Soviet agents fooled their Western counterparts. This "game" and its players and pawns are the focus of Krilovs' documentary "Willing Collaborators".
A crossover special to air on April 7, 2013, on Fuji TV. It was made to commemorate the start of the third year of the Toriko anime, which premiered in April 2011, and it features characters from Dragon Ball Z, One Piece and Toriko. The special is split into two parts.
Berikyuu Island features a concert with both Berryz Kobo and ℃-ute from their 2011 fall joint collaboration tour.
A short video produced for Toho Cinemas featuring Minions from the Despicable Me franchise and Godzilla. The Minions interact with the Toho logo.
The Collaborators was a Canadian police procedural crime drama television series which aired on CBC Television between December 1973 and December 1974.
AFI's Master Class: The Art of Collaboration is an American talk show broadcast on Turner Classic Movies.