A young priest tries to help a 14-year-old Charles Manson.
A brother and sister become consumed with investigating a mysterious woman they suspect has stolen their winning lottery ticket, endangering their summer party plans.
Hip-hop artist Lil Iffy borrows characters, language, and situations from the Harry Potter books to tell his own version of typical hip hop stories and themes. This documentary explores the kinds of magic, real and unreal, which surround and permeate his life.
One afternoon during detention at a southern private school in the early 90s, Alex "Mac" McMurphy, a left-handed student, stands up to Ms. Skillern, a right-handed teacher.
A documentary following local musicians selected to collaborate in a revitalized local landmark of Paducah, Kentucky: The Coke Plant. Hosted by the progressive rock band Fairseas, the film documents the process of writing, recording, and performing 5 original songs with selected local talent, from musicians to videographers and sound engineers, displaying the impact of collaboration and how it creates and reinforces the concept of community.
Two slackers embark on a relaxing getaway over the 4th of July weekend only to find the seclusion slowly chipping away at their sanity.
A young man must traverse a post-apocalyptic wasteland to deliver an antibiotic to a dying woman that he does not know, all while being pursued by a ruthless gang leader.
An alien murder spree grips the city. Can Geronimo and Ritz protect a would-be cosmic savior from a madman? (Original Airdate - Oct 28, 1979)
Elsa, a young woman who had an abortion, looks for her lost innocence tracing back her childhood.
In the not-too-distant past, all food was local. Hyper-local, in fact: if you didnt grow it or find it yourself, you didnt eat it. Today our food is hyper-global: wherever you are, you can get your food from any corner of the world. What might a return to hyper-localism look like today, now that over half the worlds population lives in cities? In FOOD CITY, the filmmakers, Matt and Lars endeavor to find out by challenging themselves to serve a four-course meal for eight people - using only ingredients grown, caught, or foraged from within the five boroughs of New York City.