NATURAL BORN PRANKSTERS OFFICIAL MOVIE TRAILER APRIL FOOLS PRANKS
Where do we fit in the world? Are we part of nature or separate? If we are not part of nature, how do we explain the connection we feel with animals? If we are part of nature, why do we sometimes bring discord? At the Beartooth Nature Center in Red Lodge, Montana, the impact of humans is abundant. The main characters consist of wild, and not so wild animals... and Don - the Animal Care Manager w
Our story centers upon the activities of a Negro fraternal organization, the Independent Order of Calcimine Artists of America. [Inside joke: "calcimine" is whitewash, and yet most of these black actors appear to have darkened their complexions with blackface makeup.] The group meets in the back of a saloon. Their leader, Brother Scott, is a lawyer who disapproves of gambling-- although, after b
Director Stuart Rosenberg, in his final interview, enlivens this entertaining look at the creation of this chain-gang classic - the film that cemented Paul Newman's status as a screen icon. Through film clips, rare on-set footage and interviews with the filmmaking team, including Oscar-winner George Kennedy and screenwriter Frank R. Pierson, this documentary reveals how Cool Hand Luke became the
'As Americans, we've been trained to ignore death,' says John Wilkerson, founder of the only 'green burial' site in the state of Florida. Besides separating human beings from the reality of death, modern funeral practices waste resources at an astounding rate. Cemeteries across the country bury 827,060 gallons of embalming fluid and 90,272 tons of steel in the ground each year. This film follows
Almost-failed actress Lily and definitely-failed writer Daniel are a young married couple stuck in their Crown Heights, Brooklyn apartment after a record-breaking hurricane becomes imminent. They kill time with screaming matches about failed dreams and potential infidelities until Lily's crazy/hot best friend Amber appears and drags them downstairs to a raging 'hurricane' party featuring Jack, a
Christie, a deaf female who has struggled with her inability to have children, visits a fertility clinic with another woman, Michelle. The pair are informed about the process of in vitro fertilization (IVF) and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). They are informed by a genetic counselor that a growing understanding of the genetic basis of some forms of deafness has made it possible to selec
A meditative exploration of the violent struggle for independence in southeast Asia and butterfly metamorphosis.Framed by excerpts from Sylvia Plath's poem 'Tulips,' A Partial History of the Natural World, 1965, reminds us that comfort is a privilege and denial of the suffering of others is not an option. With a live 1965 performance of Bartok's Solo for Violin 3.
In order to prevent damage from herbivores, plants have evolved defensive adaptations such as hard to digest tissues and poisonous chemicals. Some plants however, have evolved a different solution. This short documentary gives a brief overview of natural history and evolution of nectaries found outside the flowers and highlights three examples from the plant world.
When David, an ex-monk still in his twenties meets Mark, he falls hard; soon he's asked Mark if they can live together. Things go well for awhile, and then differences in their definition of "commitment" begin to push them apart. Mark wants other sexual adventures, David tries to go along. Can they talk through the crisis in their relationship or is a breakup in the offing? David sees his relati
Toy Soldier Productions spent the last few years getting to know an exciting array of skiers - those who are out there for the fun of it, the thrill of it and everything else in between. Now it's your turn. The crew spent the majority of the winter traveling the country, scrounging snow in the streets and maneuvering sketchy snowpack in the mountains. At the end of it all, they emerged as a sing