Bono estente! It's been over 25 years since quickfire sketch show classic The Fast Show first hit our screens, and what better way to celebrate its enduring success than with a two-hour extravaganza of archive clips, cast interviews and rarely seen footage?
In advance of the 2020 Presidential election, Kill Chain: The Cyber War on America's Elections takes a deep dive into the weaknesses of today's election technology, investigating the startling vulnerabilities in America's voting systems and the alarming risks they pose to our democracy.
By the dawn of the 21st century, hip-hop sales had reached an all-time high, but one thing has remained the same. The doors were still locked, and the music industry held the keys. Young artists began to self-market on the Internet, ultimately helping to collapse the music industry as we knew it. It’s Yours explores how it became possible to become a rap star through a Twitter account, YouTube site or Myspace page. It tells this story through the unique perspectives of numerous artists, producers, record industry insiders, and music and cultural critics.
The Philosophy of Horror – A Symphony of Film Theory is an abstract adaptation of Noël Carroll’s influential film theoretical book of the same title (published in 1990), which is a close examination of the horror genre. Our film uses hand painted and decayed 35 mm film strips of the classic slasher movie A Nightmare on Elm Street (Wes Craven, 1984) and its sequel A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985).
‘Dragon Inn’ looks like an ordinary Chinese restaurant but in fact, it’s a safe house of an organization that executes revenge for people who are in difficulties. The five members, Cheol-min, Ji-hye, Seung-jin, Yong-tae and the Boss are gathered for their own different reasons. One day, a murder case related to an infamous entrepreneur happens. Even worse, the victim turns out to be a friend of one of the members of Dragon Inn…
A Documentary about the rise and fall of the experimental rock band "Halyx" created by Disney Records in 1981 that performed for one summer at Disneyland’s “Space Stage” beneath Space Mountain. The band featured a science fiction lineup that included a “Wookie” bass player, a lizard percussionist, and a robot keyboard player on a driveable spaceship.
Exploring the rise and fall of the groundbreaking animated series Ren & Stimpy and its controversial creator, John Kricfalusi, through archival footage, show artwork and interviews with the artists, actors and executives behind the show.