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SERIAL depicts a year in the life of an affluent suburb where each new trend is eagerly consumed, from organic foods and EST to group jacuzzis. Harvey Holroyd (Martin Mull) gamely suffers through the insanity in an effort to please his wife Kate (Tuesday Weld) and their pouty teenage daughter (Jennifer McAllister).


Serial was originally published on Divine Aim


That Sugar Film

An expectant father undertakes a perilous/delicious mission to see what the hidden sugars in seemingly healthy products can do to both his body and brain chemistry in this eye-opening new documentary that must be seen to be believed.


That Sugar Film was originally published on Divine Aim

Bragging Rights 5

The series is back! Bragging Rights 5 delivers non-stop action from the greatest off-road racers in the world. This time around we turn the spot light on the drivers to find out what they love about Off-Road racing, the highs and lows of competing at the top level, as well as their thoughts about each other. Featuring: Robby Gordon, Rob MacCachren, Jason Voss, Andy McMillin, Harley Letner, and many more.


Bragging Rights 5 was originally published on Divine Aim

Word is Bond

Word Is Bond is a documentary ???m by Sacha Jenkins that examines the transformative power of lyrics in the world of hip-hop music. What was born on the streets of the South Bronx has now taken root globally, and the young poets of New York have helped to spawn regional dialects everywhere. Through dynamic archival footage, in-depth interviews and verite excursions with artists like Nas, Tech N9ne, J Cole, Rapsody and Anderson .Paak and many more, Word explores the many dimensions that hip hop poetics occupy.


Word is Bond was originally published on Divine Aim

The Beatles: Sgt Pepper & Beyond: It Was Fifty Years Ago Today!

On 1st June, 1967 The Beatles released their ground-breaking studio album…Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Described by Rolling Stone magazine as “The most important rock & roll album ever made”, it marked a pivotal moment in the 60’s and went on to become one of the biggest selling records of all time. Combining firsthand accounts of the events with rare and unseen footage forensically unearthed from mainstream archives and private collectors, this new music documentary by acclaimed director Alan G. Parker, picks up on the band as they end their grueling tour schedule in August 1966 (coincidentally following on from Ron Howard’s Eight Days A Week) to return to the studio to record this landmark album.

This insightful and revealing film journeys through various solo projects to the release of ‘Strawberry Fields Forever / Penny Lane’, touching on Flower Power, John Lennon meeting Yoko Ono, LSD, Meditation, Jimi Hendrix, the death of Brian Epstein, Abbey Road Studios and the Magical Mystery Tour.

Directed by Alan G. Parker, an Emmy nominated music director whose credits include: Hello Quo, Monty Python: Almost The Truth / Who Killed Nancy? / Rebel Truce: The History Of The Clash).


The Beatles: Sgt Pepper & Beyond: It Was Fifty Years Ago Today! was originally published on Divine Aim

Goodbye To Language

Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Goodbye to Language is a
triumphant masterpiece from Jean-Luc Godard. The film follows a couple whose relationship
breaks down along with the images, which in its second half takes a dog’s-eye view of
the world. It is a meditation on history and illusion, figures merging and weaving across the
screen along with the film’s ideas about romantic love and being-in-the-world. It has the
feeling of a final statement, but knowing Godard’s penchant for re-invention, hopefully it is
yet another beginning to an extraordinary career.


Goodbye To Language was originally published on Divine Aim

Psychonautics: A Comic's Exploration Of Psychedelics

Comedian Shane Mauss sets out on a mission to prove psychedelics are not as scary as they seem… by doing all of them. While describing the indescribable, he explores the beauty and mystique of psychedelics. He also brings in the added perspectives of some of the top scientists, researchers, and experts in this fascinating field. This film shows the enormous potential that psychedelics have to treat disorders, improve our health, and open us up to amazing experiences. However, they can also lead to a month-long manic state and a trip to the psych ward… if not done responsibly. This is a journey that takes Shane to the highest euphoria and the lowest depression, it opens him up to enlightenment, and it kicks him in the balls. With moments of both confusion and clarity, this is as an honest account of a genuine Psychonaut.


Psychonautics: A Comic's Exploration Of Psychedelics was originally published on Divine Aim