Alison Murray fulfills her dream to see America by riding its rails and ends up de-glamorizing the wandering, aimless life of the hobo.
Spanish surrealist Carlos Atanes channels Philip K. Dick for his latest feature, Proxima, and ends up with his most down-to-Earth film yet.
Ryan Harper’s Circulation is a great addition to the desert thriller genre in which a brutalized young woman wakes up in a nightmare world.
Carlos Atanes’ first feature, FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), takes place in a futuristic dystopian milieu with women as the oppressors.
For Cracker Crazy, Georg Koszulinski paints an oddball historical portrait of Florida through intense research and fantastic found footage.
Georg Koszulinski has crafted a nifty thriller with Silent Voyeur, opening the film with a naked guy waking up in the Florida Everglades.
Mike Kuchar gave his classic Sins of the Fleshapoids such a strong visual style that it left an indelible impression on cinema history.
Unspeakable is a great documentary about outsider artist Steven Johnson Leyba, a proclaimed Satanist who paints with his own bodily fluids.
Robin Franzi fell in love with the world of BDSM so much after her divorce, she made the documentary Susan for Now about it.
B.I.K.E. is an outsider look at the infamous Black Label Bike Club through Anthony Howard’s desperate attempts to join their organization.