Ed Hardy: Tattoo the World

Ed Hardy: Tattoo the World

In 1955, most ten-year-old boys dreamed of growing up to be firemen or jet pilots. But young Don “Ed” Hardy had the wild idea of becoming a tattoo artist. He saw his calling in the […]

See What I'm Saying

See What I'm Saying

A powerful and rare glimpse into the lives of four deaf entertainers over the course of one year as they endeavor to cross over into mainstream culture.

Still Bill

Still Bill

This fascinating portrait of one of soul music’s greatest musicians, Bill Withers (“Ain’t No Sunshine,” “Lean on Me”), showcases his depth, creativity, and wisdom in a way never before seen.

They Came to Play

They Came to Play

This New York Times Critics’ Pick follows some of the world’s best amateur pianists for one week of intense competition and camaraderie at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs, which reminds us all of the passion that burns within us.

Best Worst Movie

Best Worst Movie

BEST WORST MOVIE is an affectionate and intoxicatingly fun tribute to the single greatest bad movie ever made—Troll 2—and the people responsible for unleashing it on the world.

Jedi Junkies

Jedi Junkies

JEDI JUNKIES is a one-of-a-kind feature film about the world’s most dedicated Star Wars fans. From lightsaber-wielding martial artists to a filmmaker who built the world’s only life-size Millennium Falcon, the film offers viewers a […]

Huxley on Huxley

Huxley on Huxley

Italian-born Laura Huxley, a teenage violin virtuoso, played for European royalty and made her American debut at Carnegie Hall before leaving the concert stage to become a renowned psychotherapist and author. In 1956 Laura married […]

Wonders Are Many

Wonders Are Many

The spectacular opening to Jon Else’s critically acclaimed WONDERS ARE MANY—nuclear blast after blast in the desert, under the ocean, high in space—intimates what is to follow: a profound and triumphant fusing of art and […]

Todd McFarlane: The Devil You Know

Todd McFarlane: The Devil You Know

A legend to his legions of fans, Spawn creator Todd McFarlane is the most successful comic book artist in history. Over the past decade, this shrewd and enigmatic entrepreneur has grown his business into a multi-million […]

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