In Barbara Hammer’s Duchampian exercise, Maya Deren’s Sink, you can get a glimpse into the legendary filmmaker’s legacy.
Watch a classic interview from 1986 conducted by Cassandra Stark with Richard Kern, two stars of the Cinema of Transgression movement.
Take a quick tour through Jeff Keen’s immense collection of artwork he’s produced over his artistic lifetime, the volume and beauty are breathtaking.
Jennifer M. Kroot profiles underground filmmaking, twin brother legends George and Mike Kuchar, who are still going strong after 50 years.
The autobiographical documentary The Marina Experiment by Marina Lutz, distills down into 17 minutes a lifetime of child abuse.
Filmmaker Usama Alshaibi chronicles images in the media and real lives of Arabs for his provocative upcoming documentary American Arab.
Josh Koury’s documentary We Are Wizards examines the world of Harry Potter fandom, particularly the bands of the Wizard Rock subculture.
Michelle Canning and Chris Blankenship’s fun Halloween on 6th Street profiles costume maker Bud Hasert and other colorful Austin, TX characters.
Watch the wickedly fun documentary The Man Who Would Be Polka King online, about Jan Lewan’s crazy Ponzi polka scheme that failed.
Matthew Silver’s Mother & Son is one of the most shrillingly hilarious short films ever, about a real, loudly bickering, but loving, family.