In RiP: A Remix Manifesto, Web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor explores issues of copyright in the information age, mashing up the media landscape of the 20th century and shattering the wall between users and producers. Learn More
In Voices of a People's History of the United States, Zinn and Anthony Arnove selected testimonies - speeches, letters, poems, songs, petitions, and manifestos - of people throughout U.S. history who struggled against slavery, racism, and war, against oppression and exploitation, and who articulated a vision for a better world. Learn More
Hailed by The Comics Journal as a "perversely pure, single-minded commitment to vileness" and by VICE magazine as "important", Johnny Ryan's PRISON PIT is an animated adaptation of the acclaimed graphic novel PRISON PIT: Book One. Learn More
The Anti-Christ is here on Earth - and he needs to find a spa! From underground gothic filmmaker Lisa Hammer (Pus$bucket, "The Venture Bros") comes a touching Anti-Christ coming-of-age tale.
Following the success of the original Django starring Franco Nero in the title role, Italy's "Spaghetti Western" studios got into the "Django" business in a big way, turning out multiple sequels to the Nero classic, all featuring the name Django in their titles. Learn More
While the album of the same name made its first appearance in 1994, and went on to become Nirvana's second best selling CD of all time, nearly 15 years have passed since that memorable initial broadcast. Learn More
With Hollywood budges commonly climbing over the $100,000,000 mark, one man has decided to put a stop to this nonsense. Filmmaker Jim Riffel has started a production company that will produce instant cinema classics for under $100. That's right: $100! Learn More
In 2008, director Michel Gondry wrote to cartoonist Julie Doucet to propose that they make a film together. The duo settled on a unique combination of drawing and film that inserts the “real” Julie into her own imagery.