This recently divorced couple realize that the grass isn’t quite greener and they might just want that old thing back.
Hormone crazed and pregnant Kira Soltanovich gets real with the trials and tribulations of pregnancy, birthing and raising kids. Putting her belly on the line, she hones in her maternal instincts in this hard-hitting, labour of love comedy special.
Barbi, a famous fitness selfie queen, is lost in the wilderness after her first date with a cute guy goes horribly wrong. Lost without cell service, supplies or survival skills, she begins a harrowing journey back to civilization with her face buried in her phone. Distracted by selfies, she misses a huge alien mothership shooting down a Homeland Security airplane.
Will’s best friend and roommate Belcher, (Ryan Dunn) a party bum slacker, returns from the dead as a cocky, mischievous, and perverted ghost. He soon discovers his cousin, Krista, has shacked up and moved in with his best friend, Will. Belcher will do anything and everything to destroy this relationship and get his prank buddy back.
One of the most harrowing and compelling personal documentaries of our time, ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE exposes for the first time the truth about the Killing Fields and the Khmer Rouge who were behind Cambodia’s genocide. More than simply an inquiry into Cambodia’s experience, however, the film is a profound meditation on the nature of good and evil, shedding light on the capacity of some people to do terrible things and of others to forgive them.
The story takes place in Sangli in 1995. Santosh, a young local boy, is desperately in love with pretty Sharda, with whom he wants to elope. A series of comical situations starts taking place after the letter written by Santosh gets misplaced by the postman’s son, Nandu. In midst of these events, chaos is created in the lives of parallel characters, the postman and his wife, Nandu and his friends, which concludes on an awkward note. The main protagonist is the letter, through which havoc is created.
JOE FRANK – SOMEWHERE OUT THERE is a documentary feature that explores the life of award-winning audio artist Joe Frank whose career on NPR and on-line has spanned four decades. Frank’s highly produced radio shows and monologues can be described as innovative, abstract, underground, autobiographical, surreal, funny, disturbing and thought provoking meditations on the human condition. The film stars Joe Frank, Harry Shearer, Ira Glass, David Cross, Grace Zabriskie, Alexander Payne, Larry Block, Debi Mae West, Ryan Cutrona, Laura Esterman, Tim Jerome, Larry Josephson, Terry Kinney, Arthur Miller, David Rapkin, and Lester Nafzger among others. The doc weaves their stories together with a wide variety of Joe’s radio shows to reveal his art, creative process and intriguing personal life.