In this documentary, directors Sophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein look into what happened to the cult film End Zone 2 and the impact it has had on the horror community.
In this documentary, the life and works of French filmmaker Jean Rollin is explored through interviews with contemporaries, film experts, and people who were close to him. Through scenes from his films, photos of life, and these interviews, viewers get to know the man and what inspired him.
In August 2021, David Owen of The New Yorker published an article that declared WPKN-FM in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to be “the greatest radio station in the world.” It was a highly subjective opinion, of course, but Owen’s celebration of the community-supported station’s free-form programming made a cogent argument about how this eclectic station was able to maintain its originality and spirit during a time when too much of radio broadcasting has become stale and predictable.
Through travel and performance, a Brazilian trans-indigenous artist works towards bring more knowledge of the environment, of traditions and helps youths fight transphobia and racism however they can.
BOOTLEG FILES 805: “Chagall” (1963 Oscar-winning documentary short narrated by Vincent Price).
LAST SEEN: On YouTube.
AMERICAN HOME VIDEO: None.
REASON FOR BOOTLEG STATUS: It fell through the cracks.
CHANCES OF SEEING A COMMERCIAL DVD RELEASE: Probably not.
If you’re the type of a movie fan who feels the need to see every film that won an Academy Award, you probably experienced a frustrated pursuit of “Chagall,” which won the 1963 Best Documentary Short Subject. For many years, the film was very difficult to locate – there has never been a home entertainment release and it was absent from YouTube until last August when an unauthorized posting based on a McGraw-Hill Films educational market video popped up.
Through interviews and archival footage, Out in the Ring looks at the presence of LGBTQIA+ performers in wrestling through its history and current rosters.
On this episode of “The Online Movie Show,” filmmaker Lisa Hurwitz discusses her award-winning documentary “The Automat,” which features interviews with Mel Brooks (pictured here), Carl Reiner, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Colin Powell.
In Pine Ridge, the Lakota Nation women are doing everything they can to let their situation known, including how the past, history, drugs in their town, and abuse are affecting them and their people. These ladies are rising up, speaking up, and fighting to get life better for themselves and their people.