Weekend Watching: The Mexican Mormon War

From Vice:

“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.”

Weekend Watching: Until The Light Takes Us

A 2009 documentary about Norwegian black metal.

Weekend Watching: The Life of The Buddha

Siddhartha Gautama

Weekend Watching: Rhyme & Reason

The 1997 hip-hop documentary directed by Peter Spirer

Weekend Watching: The Carter

Lil Wayne, the documentary. Watch it in full.

Weekend Watching: Baseball In The Time of Cholera

“a powerful insight into the tragedy and scandal of Haiti’s Cholera epidemic through the eyes of a young baseball player.”

Weekend Watching: The One Percent

Directed by Jamie Johnson, heir to the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical fortune.

Weekend Watching: Tupac Exposed – Breaking the Illuminati Oath

Conspiracy theories are always quality entertainment.

via, grantland

Weekend Watching: The Fall

The Wonderful and Frightening World of Mark E. Smith

Weekend Watching: Envelope

Kevin Spacey stars in this Jameson First Shot film.

via, ip 

Weekend Watching: Stoney Knows How

A 1981 documentary about the life of circus tattoo artist Stoney St. Claire.

Weekend Watching: The Man Who Souled The World

The story of Steve Rocco.

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Weekend Watching: Michael Jordan To The Max

A documentary from 2000 narrated by Laurence Fishburne about the life and career of Michael Jordan.

Weekend Watching: Glory At Sea!

A short film directed by Benh Zeitlin.

“A group of mourners and a man spat from the depths of Hades build a boat from the debris of New Orleans to rescue their lost loved ones trapped beneath the sea.”

Weekend Watching: The World’s Saddest Dance

A short film about Bulgarian Dancing Bears

Weekend Watching: The Weird World of Blowfly (2011)

Weekend Watching: Room 666

A 1982 documentary directed by Wim Wenders.

“During the 1982 Cannes Film Festival, Wenders set up a static camera in room 666 of the Hotel Martinez and provided selected film directors a list of questions to answer concerning the future of cinema. Each director is given one 16 mm reel (approximately 11 minutes) to answer the questions. The principal question asked was, “Is cinema a language about to get lost, an art about to die?” Wenders then edited this footage and added an introduction.

Directors interviewed include Steven Spielberg, Jean-Luc Godard, and Rainer Werner Fassbinder, who died less than a month after filming.”

via, the documentarian

Weekend Watching: Frat House

Made by Todd Phillips (director of Old School and Hangover) as his NYU thesis and Andrew Gurland..

(Thanks Kiji/Ip!)

Weekend Watching: Japan’s Children of the Tsunami

A BBC documentary using interviews with children to describe the March 2011 Tsunami/Nuclear Radiation disaster in Japan.

 

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