On how free streaming access to the Criterion Collection and the crème de la crème of world and American indie cinema is available through your public library card.
The director of the Oscar-shortlisted short talks about criss-crossing the globe for two years with one of the world's most provocative young artists.
Before she starts stealing scenes on Christopher Guest's new HBO series, you should check out the cheeky ventriloquist's hilarious, award-winning documentary.
Some of the biggest comedic talent has come together to collaborate on sketch comedy movies, but most wind up with mixed results. Here are the best moments from the bunch.
If you want to see the roots of the "Old School" and "Hangover" director's most recent production "Project X," look no further than one of his first films as a documentarian which shows boys on their baddest behavior.
The pen might be mightier than the sword, but when combined with journalist Eric Roberts' fists, it's mighty powerful in this Southern potboiler.
Revisiting a 2007 doc that's currently available online about the ordinary lives of the extraordinary people who dress up as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Hulk on Hollywood Boulevard with a Q & A with its director.
Whether you made it to New York or not, these in-depth conversations with the directors of some of the fall's finest films are not to be missed.
For a film that’s about the birth of viral videos and the unlikely celebrities born from them, “Winnebago Man” has taken a while to reach the same medium, but that all changes today. Thanks to SnagFilms’ SummerFest, Ben Steinbauer’s film about Jack Rebney, an RV salesman whose tirade on a hot summer day while shooting an industrial video became an underground sensation and eventually a YouTube hit, is available for the next two weeks for free. (Coincidentally, the film’s official site is also offering paraphernalia from the film and the DVD at a discount through September 15th.)
Though the film traces Rebney’s rise to become known as “the angriest man in the world,” it is undeniably a feel-good film, even if it’s a bit bittersweet now that San Francisco’s Red Vic, the home of Rebney’s great triumph, has closed its doors. Still, “Winnebago Man” is a beautiful portrait of Rebney, whose journey is unexpected, and of an era of fame that we're still trying to comprehend, even if its much deserved as it is in the case of the "Winnebago Man." The film can be seen below.
The free documentary service will be unveiling a new film a week for the rest of the summer. We've even got one you can watch right now.