An interview in three parts between Volker Schlondorff and Billy Wilder.
The lives of several people take a terrifying turn after discovering the attic in an old house with a mysterious past.
A bunch of ugly, tubby, nefarious middle-aged square mobsters threaten to take over a hoppin' Lone Star state teen nightspot, so the smart and resourceful kids hold an impromptu charity rock benefit concert to raise enough bread to save their beloved hangout from the greasy gangsters' vile clutches.
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Howard Hassler's alien invasion film It Came From Somewhere Else concerns the effects of an alien invasion on the small Canadian border town of Grand Bosh. The befuddled sheriff is hardly able to function when confronted with citizens bursting into flame and body parts growing in farmers' fields. A group of high-school students believe they can save the town, but they can't even comprehend the force they are facing.
Veteran character actor and Tony Award winner, Mary Louise Wilson, age 79, teaches her first acting class to skeptical members of the YouTube generation, smashing their red carpet illusions and challenging them to bring emotional honesty into their acting. Features interviews with Frances McDormand, Melissa Leo, Tyne Daly, Estelle Parsons, Valerie Harper and playwright Doug Wright, discussing what it means to be a character actor, whether acting can be taught, what constitutes 'talent,' and whether the profession is harder for women.
is a song written and performed by American singer Michael Jackson from his sixth solo album, Thriller (1982)
A documentary about Orson Welles's unfinished three-part film about South America.
After he inherits some money, Harold Bissonette ("pronounced bis-on-ay") decides to give up the grocery business, move to California and run an orange grove. Despite his family's objections and the news that the land he bought is worthless, Bissonette packs up and drives out to California with his nagging wife Amelia and children.
This film adaptation of James Baldwin's celbrated novel tells the journey of a family from the rural South to "big city" Harlem seeking both salvation and understanding and of a young boy struggling to earn the approval of a self-righteous and often unloving stepfather.
When her ad agency is absorbed by a much larger, more powerful firm, Darby's rivalry with new partner Derrick could blossom into something else.
Thirty-year-old Javier (Diego Peretti) is a surgeon and in his free time works as a disc jockey. He decides to marry and move to the United States with his girlfriend María (Soledad Villamil). They make all their plans; they wed, and then María is the first to move and make contacts in their new home, while Javier packs up in Argentina and prepares to start his new life in the States. While he is on the way to the airport, he receives a call from María telling him that she is confused and has been seeing someone else.
The end of exercize. "Pass That Dutch", originally recorded by Missy Elliott. Get ready to challenge yourself with some of Shaun's favorite dance moves. Be patient and before you know it, you'll be Cizing It Up like the pros.
As Sister Mary delivers a lecture on sin and its consequences, she's interrupted by several of her former students, who have little positive to say about how a Catholic education has impacted their lives.
An anonymous advice columnist finds herself caught in an unlikely romance with the man who has been hired to kill her alter ego.
Tipsy Canoe (Actually Huizenga) was once an innocent child of the 90's. But after a gory initiation by immortal gang leader Bop (Ryan Linkof), she has developed not only a twisted blood-lust, but a desperate addiction to fame and youth. She needs to be loved in order to live. And now, in the year 2205, after marauding the streets with her gang of Warlords for over 200 years, Tipsy must find new ways to be adored. Her life is a dizzying tale of excess and depravity. If she can persuade top Hollywoodite, RIsha (Elisha Drons), to write a book about it, will her sick desires be fulfilled?
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Bandit (Brian Bloom) gets an unexpected and unwelcome visit from his eccentric Uncle Cyrus.