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.
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.
Richard Sandler documented life in NYC in a pre- and post-9/11 world for his 2 films Brave New York and Sway, packaged together on 1 DVD.