American Grindhouse is a fun, salacious romp through the sleazy history of the exploitation film industry. So, it’s educational, too.
Eddies: The Documentary by Calgary filmmaker Michael Peterson chronicles hopeful filmmakers trying to score big with beer-themed short films.
The Livelong Day, a documentary by filmmaker David Fenster, paints a sensitive and intimate portrait of the model train enthusiast.
Three Hams in a Can by Kenta McGrath is an anti-travel and concert documentary, about three Australian rock musicians unleashed in Tokyo.
The 2nd annual Los Angeles as a Character, curated by Charles Doran and including his film Ennui, hosted an eclectic mix of visions of L.A.
Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo is a stunningly beautiful documentary by Jessica Oreck about Japan’s obsession with the lowly beetle.
Every Other Day Is Halloween by C.W. Prather is a charming profile of Washington D.C. horror host Count Gore De Vol, played by Dick Dyszel.
The Man We Want to Anger, directed by CA CA CA, is a light-bringing examination of two brothers in art: Kenneth Anger and Aleister Crowley.
Director Brett Whitcomb crafts a heartwarming documentary about the fans of the best animatronic band in history: The Rock-afire Explosion.
Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis by Mary Jordan sheds some much needed light on the obscure and obtuse filmmaker and artist.