Widely recognized as the planet's worst film director, Uwe Boll embarks on a quest to conquer Hollywood and take vengeance upon the film fanatics striving to destroy him. Filmed over three years on and off the set, 'Raging Boll' is a walk in the shoes of a man people love to hate.
In 1976, British Rail introduced an iconic new train, the HST (High Speed Train) 125, which was capable of travelling at up to 125 mph. A marketing campaign fronted by Jimmy Savile using the slogan "This is the age of the train" helped revive the poor image and looming financial crisis of British Rail.
Using the words and ideas of great filmmakers, from archival interviews with Alfred Hitchcock and Robert Bresson to new interviews with Mike Leigh, David Lynch, and Jonas Mekas, Oscar-winning filmmaker Chuck Workman shows what these filmmakers and others do that can't be expressed in words - but only in cinema.
Performances from the BBC archive by acclaimed soul singers, including Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Isaac Hayes, Dusty Springfield, Solomon Burke and Percy Sledge.
Tracing the roots of Heavy Metal music within the UK.
A small Palestinian village bought 18 cows and stopped buying Israeli milk.
Fans both old and new have cause for celebration with the release of "Sam Kinison: Family Entertainment Hour HBO Special." Along with being voted onto Comedy Central's All-Time Top 20 Stand-Up Comedians list and VH-1's Top Comedians list, Sam was in a class by himself. This comedy special will blow away the Kinison fan, and is a must-have collectible. "Sam was the cuddly anti-Christ." - Robin Williams. "Sam scared the hell out of you...and was the funniest comedian." - Jay Leno. "Sam took no prisoners." - Richard Pryor. "Sam was an absolute comic genius." - Rodney Dangerfield. "Sam's humor was based on truth and pushed the envelope like no other." - Larry King. "Sam's voice was the voice of ...
A documentary on the hate crime assault and subsequent death of a Latino man in Shenandoah Pennsylvania, including the alleged cover-up and shocking court verdicts.
League of Exotique Dancers explores vintage Burlesque's world of fun, frolic, and feathers, yet also turns the spotlight on the poverty, racism, and sexism that were rampant under all that glitter.
New science reveals why we are racist and offers a solution.