“The cartels of Juarez, Mexico, are at war with a group of Mormons, some of whom are related to Mitt Romney. We went there to document the conflict, meet Romney’s Mormon family, and find out more about how US policy is impacting the war on drugs.”
Schwarzenegger’s determintation to become “THE MOST MUSCULAR MAN IN THE WORLD” (say it in an Arnold voice) is the focus of this new ESPN Film’s 30 for 30 documentary short.
Random and enjoyable is about the best way to describe this new short film by CANADA.
Over the last 30 years or so, DC has played a quiet, yet impactful role in shaping music culture. So it’s pretty easy to get excited for this upcoming documentary.
“SALAD DAYS is a documentary-in-progress that examines the fertile Washington, DC punk scene of the 1980s. This was a particularly important time in the evolution of punk and independent music, with DC based bands like Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Black Market Baby, the Faith, the Slickee Boys, Void, Government Issue, Marginal Man, Dag Nasty, 9353, Gray Matter, Beefeater, Scream, Rites of Spring, Fugazi, Shudder to Think, Nation of Ulysses, Jawbox and others defining the DC aesthetic. Local record labels like Dischord, Fountain of Youth, Teen Beat, and Simple Machines would become standard-bearers for the DIY revolution.”
Watch the trailer after the jump
A 2009 documentary about Norwegian black metal.
“Vince Hannemann, A.K.A. the Junk King, has spent much of his life constructing the Cathedral of Junk in Austin, TX. In 2010, the city of Austin requested a building permit and Vince was forced to tear down nearly half of his creation. Despite this traumatic event and with the help of many supporters, Vince was still able to keep the Cathedral alive and continue its legacy.”
Directed by Evan Burns
Claude Lelouch SPEEDING through the streets of Paris at dawn in this 1976 short film. Probably the best thing you will watch on the internet today.
A film Thomas Campbell made for Supreme in 1995
directed by Tim Barber
Directed by Kahlil Joseph
Stanley Kubrick’s rarely seen, first-ever feature film has been restored by the Library of Congress and mastered in HD.
“FEAR AND DESIRE follows a squad of soldiers who have crash-landed behind enemy lines and must work their way downriver to rejoin their unit. In the process, they encounter a peasant girl (Virginia Leith) and bind her to a tree, where she is tormented by a mentally unbalanced soldier (future director Paul Mazursky). Before making their escape, the soldiers determine the location of an enemy base and formulate a plot to assassinate its commanding officer.”
You’ll be able to buy the DVD October 23rd. Peep a video of it after the jump.
Directed by Jeff Feuerzeig
A film by Will Robson-Scott