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The Sad and Lonely Glow
A lonely video editor, Bernie, decides to try online dating, while his actress girlfriend is away on tour. Bernie meets a neurotic newbie to the online romance scene, who soon sends his life into a crazy death spin of bad sexual decisions.
Are You Joking?
Twenty-something New Yorker Barb Schwartz somehow ended up in a life that kinda... sucks. When she is reunited with her childhood BFF, ballet dancer Billy, she is inspired to turn her life around by revisiting her first love: comedy.
Aaron Karo: The Rest Is History
In his first one-hour stand-up special, funnyman Aaron Karo raises the comedy bar as he uncorks his witty observations on bridesmaids' speeches, tanked-up friends who always start fights and the perils of being a 30-year-old bachelor.
The Battery’s Down
Featuring musical numbers from Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning composers, The Battery's Down, reunites the cast of the popular YouTube series for the premiere of it's star's film, "Are You Joking?"
Drag Becomes Him
2015 Documentary, Biography
An intimate glimpse inside the life of internationally acclaimed drag performer Jinkx Monsoon. The film follows the passionate pursuits that transformed a working class boy in a struggling family to an illustrious performer on a global stage.
Icons among Us
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Icons Among Us - Jazz in the Present Tense, a comprehensive four-part documentary film series, looks at the Jazz music scene today.
Brooks McBeth: This Ain’t Shakespeare (With Special Guest Joel McHale)
Filmed live in Seattle, Joel McHale introduces us to his friend and fellow comedian, Brooks McBeth. Brooks has an edgy, but yet still endearing style of comedy that has made him a favorite at comedy clubs across the country.
Gary Gulman: Boyish Man
Last Comic Standing alum, Gary Gulman, delivers with his clever wit and handsome boyish charm. Boyish Man features Hanukkah vs. Christmas, all kinds of cookies (and crackers) dating, sex… and everything in between.
Granito: How to Nail a Dictator
2011 Documentary, Independent
In a startling loop of time and memory, Granito shows how a filmmaker's first documentary has been instrumental to indict Guatemalan ex-dictator Ros Montt.
John A: Birth of a Country
Two men, each profoundly committed to his own views, battle to dominate the shape of Canadas future.
From Russia to Hollywood: The 100-Year Odyssey of Chekhov and Shdanoff
From Czarist Russia's Moscow Art Theatre to Hollywood's biggest film, narrator Gregory Peck joins an A-list of Hollywood stars to take us through the odyssey of two Russian born Hollywood legends: The great acting teacher Michael Chekhov and the amazing director George Shdanoff.
Get to know the hilarious contestants of Massachusetts' annual Ms. Senior Sweetheart Pageant in this undeniably entertaining, profound and intimate look at what it truly means to age beautifully.
Adventures In Comedy
Featuring interviews with comedy legends Janeane Garofalo, Jim Gaffigan, Margaret Cho and many more, this film shadows one comic’s (Tom McCaffrey) experiences doing stand-up and the harsh realities that come with following his dreams at any cost.
KUMPANIA Flamenco Los Angeles
The mysterious pull of an old Spanish 'Gypsy' art on contemporary musicians in Los Angeles is the essence of KUMPANIA.
2008 Documentary, Independent
Unexpectedly taking twists and turns in a filmmaking pursuit that most ordinary homeowners would never dare, Blue Vinyl is a heartfelt, sobering, and shockingly hilarious exploration of the complex relationship between consumers and industry.
Delivering the Goods
Delivering the Goods is a follow-your-dreams comedy about Steve, a first generation Italian-American wishing to become a head chef against his father's advice.
Andy Peters: Exclamation Mark Question Point
Filmed at The Virgil in Los Angeles, Andy Peters debuts his first stand-up special. Fearless and often off-the-cuff, Andy litters the show with playful self-deprecating bits, a healthy dose of "screaming at strangers" and a nonstop stream of riffs.
Carlo Goldoni: The Venice Grand Theatre Of The World
In the mid 1700's, young Venetian playwright Carlo Goldoni risked his career and rejected the conventions of traditional theatre and ushered in the era of modern drama we still enjoy today.