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Strictly Come Dancing - (Dec 2nd)
Evil - (Dec 2nd)
All In with Chris Hayes - (Dec 2nd)
The ReidOut - (Dec 2nd)
Deadline- White House - (Dec 2nd)
The Beat with Ari Melber - (Dec 2nd)
The Last American Vagabond - (Dec 2nd)
The Last Cowboy - (Dec 2nd)
FBOY Island Spain - (Dec 2nd)
My Man Is Cupid - (Dec 2nd)
The Kitchen - (Dec 2nd)
James Martins Saturday Morning - (Dec 2nd)
Guys Ranch Kitchen - (Dec 2nd)
Welcome to Samdal-ri - (Dec 2nd)
The Unbelievable with Dan Aykroyd - (Dec 2nd)
My Demon - (Dec 2nd)
Castaway Diva - (Dec 2nd)
The Good Ship Murder - (Dec 2nd)
Spooked Ireland - (Dec 2nd)
A View from the Terrace - (Dec 2nd)
Aleksandar Zograf, a renowned cartoonist discovers an unusual comic book from World War II. The comic’s hero is Kaktus Kid – a small cactus trapped in his pot. Intrigued, Zograf investigates into the life of Kaktus Kid’s creator – little known artist Veljko Kockar. He soon discovers that Kockar was arrested just after the liberation of Belgrade in 1944. He was charged for being a Gestapo agent and executed. Zograf’s investigation reveals a far more complex story: Kockar’s identity and artistic works were stolen, he possibly has an affair with the girlfriend of a guerilla soldier and he drew anti-communist propaganda for the Nazis. As he explores the story and pieces together the scraps of evidence 70 years after it happened Zograf is faced with his own personal and artistic dilemmas: why do these little drawings have such power to give consolation but also lead to violence?
As one of the most successful independent comic book creators, Mignola has inspired generations of writers and artists. Mike Mignola: Drawing Monsters provides an in-depth look at his legacy, from the beginning of his career working as an inker for Marvel Comics to his success with Hellboy. The film features never-before-told revelations from Neil Gaiman about the Mignolaverse and the production of Guillermo Del Toro’s Hellboy II, and an interview with Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar discussing Mignola’s influence on her creation.
Hidden somewhere in Pamplona, it exists one of the few comic's shop of this city. Its name is Cómics Pamplona. Inside, Josemi and Raúl are in charge of spread their wisdom of anyone who found this remote place. Superheroes, wizards, epic battles... anything can happen here.
For over twenty-five years, John Porcellino has self-published his zine, King-Cat Comics & Stories, which, through simple artwork and storytelling, investigates the essence of just being alive. In King-Cat, John beautifully renders the "in-between moments" - those instances which occupy the bulk of our lives, but can pass easily without notice: Sitting on the front porch. Peeing at a rest stop. Watching a bird. With humor, compassion and a keen eye, John shows readers what they might be missing, and in doing so inspires many to embrace life more fully. Born of the zine revolution of the late eighties/early nineties, King-Cat today is the template for cartoonists who seek to create work that is personal, well-crafted and free of outside influence.
"Once Upon a Time in Hungarian Comics" provides a comprehensive picture of Hungarian comic culture, touching on the history of comics from the beginning to the present day, focusing on the development of Hungarian comics.
Dirty Sexy Comics explores gay erotic comics, past and present, tracing the roots of the medium and shining a spotlight on the giants of the industry. It’s a story about people who have been marginalized and an art form that’s been ignored. The history of gay erotic comics is the history of the gay rights movement. It’s a story of people who risked everything to express themselves. It’s a story of rebellion, of artists refusing to conform and doing it with style and beauty.
Georges Remi, known as Hergé, a complex and complicated artist, created Tintin, one of the most famous characters in the world. With exceptional access to the archives of Studios Hergé and Moulinsart, this documentary looks at Remi's life and the way he changed the art of comic.
Documentary on the French graphic and visual artist and designer, editor, artistic director, and teacher who is known for his widely-used fonts.