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Three college girls (Rachel Melvin, Cortney Palm, Lexi Atkins) who go on a carefree vacation of drinking games, topless sunbathing, and sexual exploration. Their frolicking fun comes to an abrupt end when toxic zombie beavers try to eat them. Writer and comedian Jordan Rubin directed from a script he wrote with Jon Kaplan and Al Kaplan.
The remarkable story of 93-year-old jazz legend Clark Terry. A living monument to the Golden Era of Jazz, Terry - a mentor to Miles Davis - is among the few performers ever to have played in both Count Basie's and Duke Ellington's bands. In the 1960's, he broke the color barrier as the first African-American staff musician at NBC.
Mitch, a bawdy former surgeon, convinces mild-mannered Colin, his ex-brother-in-law, to embark on an unplanned trip to Iceland with him. In an effort to get their grooves back, the odd couple set off on a road trip that takes them through trendy Reykjavik to the rugged outback. Mitch and Colin's picaresque adventures through Iceland evolve into a candid exploration of aging, loneliness and friendship.
When ad agency art director Ro Mars (Stephanie Szostak) notices Kevin Sinks (Karl Geary) on the street and impulsively follows him to a bar, it sets off a chain reaction that may undo them both. At its core, a romantic fable about a pair of millenials who give up everything they have in order to find something better.
This documentary by Deidre Schoo and Michael Beach Nichols looks at an exciting new dance movement, 'flexing', that sprang up on the streets of Brooklyn and has exploded into an expressive new DIY art form. The documentary, which was an Official Selection of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, examines the social conditions that influence and inspire the movement, and the creative dancers who have pioneered this innovative new form of dance.
Chris Evans leads the all-star cast of Song Kang Ho, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell, Octavia Spencer, Ewen Bremner, John Hurt, and Ed Harris The director is Bong Joon Ho. After a failed global-warming experiment, a post-apocalyptic Ice Age has killed off nearly all life on the planet. All that remains of humanity are the lucky few survivors that boarded the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe, powered by a sacred perpetual-motion engine. A class system has evolved aboard the train, fiercely dividing its population--but a revolution is brewing.
A documentary by Eric Slade, Stephen Silha, and Dawn Logsdon that tells the remarkable story of pioneering experimental filmmaker and poet James Broughton, whose art came to be seen as a driving force in sexual liberation. Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2013 Florida Film Festival, and the Reel NW Award at the Seattle International Film Festival. It was an Official Selection of the Tribeca Film Festival, South by Southwest, Frameline 37 Film Festival, and the Hong Kong International Film Festival.
The story of Vincent Furnier, a preacher's son who struck fear into the hearts of parents everywhere as the ultimate rock star of the bizarre, Alice Cooper. Yet beyond the make-up, there is a richer, deeper story. Presented here is the twisted tale of a teenage Dr. Jekyll whose rock 'n' roll Mr. Hyde almost kills him. See the advent of Alice as front man of a rock band group of Phoenix misfits in the 60s, and the hazy decadence of celebrity in the 70s, then his triumphant comeback as 80s glam metal godfather...
A tribute to the uncompromising life of pro skier and extreme sport legend Shane McConkey. The film is a bird's-eye view of superhuman achievements by this skier turned BASE jumper, but more than just a compilation of his daredevil greatness, the film is a loving glimpse into the man behind the exhilarating feats with deeply moving reminiscences from family and friends.
A film by Alberto Rodriguez, about a unit of officers who have taken to the streets to implement their own brand of justice to rid the city of rampant drug trafficking and corrosive power that has taken a stronghold. The film, which had its international premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2012.
Precocious doesn't even begin to describe Henry James Herman (Jason Spevak), born a misfit genius. At nine months, he was speaking in full sentences, and, at ten, he went to college. But even a boy genius needs a father and when it's revealed that this prodigy is a test-tube baby, it sets into motion a very modern comedy about life, love and family dynamics. A selection of the Tribeca Film Festival.
THE UNION takes an unprecedented look at the creative life of Elton John and his remarkable collaborative album with his early-career idol, Leon Russell, produced by award-winning music producer T Bone Burnett. Never before filmed in his composing process, John is captured by Crowe in this candid portrait of one of the world's most treasured artists and performers.
A self-made millionaire living on New York City's Upper East Side, 39-year-old Dee Dee Ricks seemed to have it all – until she was diagnosed with aggressive stage II breast cancer. Insured and affluent, she could afford the best treatment money could buy, but was shocked to realize how difficult it is for uninsured women in the same situation, and determined to do something about it. This moving film by award-winning newswoman Perri Peltz debuts Thursday, Oct. 27.
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