Content is an ambient 21st-century road movie, an associative film essay inspired by driving’s trancelike state rather than any linear unfolding of the road.
A short film for Vogue starring Reese Witherspoon about making a short film for Vogue starring Reese Witherspoon.
Stewart Lee's latest live show, Content Provider, is also his most successful live show yet. He toured it for 214 dates from November 2016 to April 2018. This is a filmed recording of that show
After being pressured to start a vlog, a wanna-be screenwriter finds himself at the center of a bizarre sci-fi anomaly.
A very short film for Vogue starring Jessica Chastain by Matthew Frost.
A wayward wife abandons her husband but finds redemption by preventing a railway accident and finding her way back to him.
A statistical analysis of your life
Wendy Tilby's Tables of Content was her graduation film from the Emily Carr College of Art and Design, Vancouver in 1986. The movie transports one into another era, an earlier age of gentility and reticence, set in a rather stuffy restaurant during the day.
The Tramp interferes with the celebration of several kid auto races in Venice, California (Junior Vanderbilt Cup Race, Jan. 10 and 11, 1914), standing himself in the way of the cameraman who is filming the event.
Feature length documentary on the making of 'The Spark'
Shot on his phone in 2016, Michel Auder’s latest work delves into stasis and acceleration at the same time: a compressed pack of digital memories indiscriminately flickering across the screen in rapid succession, separated by glimpses of nothingness.
Bonus content from the DVD
Join your guide, Doug Jones, on a whirlwind journey around the world. Marvel at unforgettable examples of man's imagination and nature's grandeur. See the Pyramids, the Colosseum and the Eiffel Tower. Explore the Grand Canyon, Ayres Rock and the Glaciers of Alaska. Watch exploding volcanoes in Hawaii plus much, much more! Six continents and 50,000 miles of exciting travel await you.
They’re all nuts. Her parents, who want to send her off to boarding school. Her new teacher, who expects her to read impossibly old books. Her fellow band members, who make her sing ridiculous lyrics and dress her up in a frilly white dress for their first show. Everyone seems to know what she should do and how she should act. And it’s not like 13-year-old Aurore has any fundamental problem with changing herself either. Who would want to be like this: unhappy, ugly and emotionally withdrawn? But the others don’t seem all that much happier to her either. She definitely doesn’t ever want to be as old, rundown and lonely as her mother. And so she prefers to stay the way she is, to observe and make her biting comments on whatever comes her way.
Aldo and Vittorio are two men suffering from disabilities. One is blind, the other is forced to a wheelchair. Vittorio one day by chance meets Aldo in the hospice and invites him to take a pleasure trip to Sanremo in Liguria. In fact Vittorio, though blind, is a cheat who’s in trouble.
An add campaign for stockings embarrasses the girls.
Trinh T. Minh-ha's enigmatic documentary is a layered composition of artistic and political reflections on contemporary China. No stone is left unturned as Trinh interprets Chinese musical and operatic traditions, rural life, art, philosophy, calligraphy, storytelling, Confucius, Mao, Tiananmen Square, and the voices of women. Formally and intellectually daring, the film also incorporates techniques from abstract filmmaking to question the creative process of the filmmaker and the viewer.
In an effort to bring justice to the YouTube community, former police officer Ian Carter takes on the title of "Content Cop". Using his old police uniform and raw wit, Ian sets out to stop the creators that bring nothing but discord to his online city.