Spy Kids Armageddon 2023 - Movies (Sep 22nd)
Lift 2022 - Movies (Sep 22nd)
The Black Book 2023 - Movies (Sep 22nd)
No One Will Save You 2023 - Movies (Sep 22nd)
Bottoms 2023 - Movies (Sep 22nd)
The Hill 2023 - Movies (Sep 22nd)
Trauma Therapy Psychosis 2023 - Movies (Sep 22nd)
Little Richard I Am Everything 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Thomas A Peeper 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Casting Kill 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
The Last Video Store 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
American Terror Tales 2 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Snow Babes 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Everything Will Be Fine In The End 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
22-The Unforgotten Soldier 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
They Shot the Piano Player 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Reunion 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Sweet Dreams 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Intruder 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Breaking Girl Code 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
Grumpy Old Santa 2023 - Movies (Sep 21st)
The Continental- From the World of John Wick - (Sep 22nd)
Booked- First Day In - (Sep 22nd)
Southern Charm - (Sep 22nd)
Buddy Games - (Sep 22nd)
ROH On HonorClub - (Sep 22nd)
Aakhri Sach - (Sep 22nd)
The Challenge- USA - (Sep 22nd)
Power Book IV- Force - (Sep 22nd)
Billions - (Sep 22nd)
The Chi - (Sep 22nd)
Tacoma FD - (Sep 22nd)
Foreign Correspondent - (Sep 22nd)
Gogglebox Australia - (Sep 22nd)
The Changeling - (Sep 22nd)
Still Up - (Sep 22nd)
Harlan Cobens Shelter - (Sep 22nd)
The Wheel of Time - (Sep 22nd)
The Hidden World of Hospitality with Tom Kerridge - (Sep 22nd)
Taskmaster - (Sep 21st)
Ambulance - (Sep 21st)
Videographer Paul H-O must confront issues of ego and identity when he begins a relationship with the reclusive Cindy Sherman. With unprecedented access, the documentary places us in the company of the artist and offers a critique of the ever-inflated New York art market and the culture of celebrity. Written by Anonymous
A city symphony of kinetic movement in the concrete jungle. A cacophony of textures, layers and surfaces moving in unison and discord yearning for an open horizon.
Colin Jones is of Aboriginal, Polynesian and English decent. The Aboriginal side of his family are from the Kalkadoon and Nunuckle tribal groups. His grandfather taught him about Aboriginal traditions and the art of his people. Colin is now a noted Artist. At present Colin is studying for his Masters Degree in Humanities. Much of the history that he talks about in this video comes from his own studies and research, conducted over many years. Colin's reason for making this video is to explain from an Aboriginal point of view based on his historical data, what has happened to his people over the past two hundred years since the white man arrive in Australia.
This film features some of the most important living Postmodern practitioners, Charles Jencks, Robert A M Stern and Sir Terry Farrell among them, and asks them how and why Postmodernism came about, and what it means to be Postmodern. This film was originally made for the V&A exhibition 'Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970 - 1990'.
Filmed at the time Hockney was painting Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy, Portrait of David Hockney is made up of a limited number of shots, observing the periphery details of his flat and studio. Each view is held so as to focus on its particular qualities and composition and, with the accompanying soundtrack of off-screen phone calls, conversations and musings, builds up a picture of Hockney’s daily life.
Actor Mark Bonnar is on a mission to understand more about the Scottish new towns in which he grew up, exploring the street sculpture made by artists such as his dad in the 60s, 70s and 80s. He discovers why the new towns are there and how they enticed people out of the bigger cities, and uncovers the surprising ways in which public art changed the new towns and the new towns changed public art. Mark's father, Stan, made sculptures that stand to this day on the streets of Glenrothes, East Kilbride and the Scottish new town that never was, Stonehouse. These new towns employed town artists to make artworks in the very housing precincts the new residents were moving into.
Moment of Impact: Stories of the Pulitzer Prize Photographs, hosted by Sam Waterston, tells the compelling stories behind some of the world's most memorable photographs. Returning to the scene of the action, each photographer describes, in a gripping first-hand account, how they took their prize-winning photographs. The moments they captured forged history and changed lives - including the photographers own. The stories of these unforgettable photographs' own. The stories of these unforgettable photographs - many of them shown here for the first time - are as compelling and long lasting as the images themselves.
Cecil Taylor was the grand master of free jazz piano. "All the Notes" captures in breezy fashion the unconventional stance of this media-shy modern musical genius, regarded as one of the true giants of post-war music. Seated at his beloved and battered piano in his Brooklyn brownstone the maestro holds court with frequent stentorian pronouncements on life, art and music.
Despite blindness, multiple sclerosis, and lung cancer, photographer Flo Fox continues to shoot the streets of New York City. No longer able to hold a camera, she instructs her aides to take photos for her.
This cinematic journey into the waters off East Africa chronicles the story behind artist Damien Hirst's massive exhibition of oceanic treasures.