In the world of the not too distant future, a single Polaroid camera click sends a couple spiraling apart and leads a man on digitally-soaked search for lost hope.
"Breaking Bad" meets punk rock meets a movie that couldn't possibly be labeled, this is the kind of film that will stay stuck in your head for days.
A one-on-one interview between Oliver Stone and BitTorrent CEO Jeremy Johnson finds the prolific filmmaker discussing the dark, hidden world of cyber-warfare and the past, present and future of mass surveillance.
Ryan Blair's transformed adolescence filled with chaos to an adulthood founded on mental and financial freedom, and now he's focused on transforming the lives of others.
"I wanted filmmaking to feel like a punk band."
This election season is one of the most controversial in history, but never fear. Morgan Spurlock, Grace Helbig and others are here to make sense of the madness.
A conversation with the director about money, lies, power, Donald Trump and an film that became an eight-year obsession.
The Oscar-winning duo breaks down their latest film and why they've stayed married to short film even as the temptations of feature film come calling.
The Oscar-winning duo is back with a glimpse at their new short film that's part suburban innocence, part paranoia.
NUTS! is just a good old story about a big fat liar, some goat balls and a million-watt radio station. Because who says smart films have to be boring? - Penny Lane
The life and high times of a counter-culture sports icon.
Sara Price followed her dreams and ended up soaring off jumps in two-thousands pounds of metal and exhaust.
Deluxe Edition bundle includes "The Nyquil Version” film remix
You didn’t need to see the first one.
True Life: I Was a Teenage Weed Kingpin.
Five NYC filmmakers traded dreams to prove that alternative filmmaking is still alive and well in the Internet age.
This grimy, cotton candy colored trip will spook you like a dance with the devil.
Backing breakout favorites such as David Cross’s “Hits!” and Demetri Martin’s directorial debut “Dean”, which garnished top prize at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, Honora has partnered with the next wave of rising talent in nonfiction, stand up comedy, and dramatic episodic series.
Watch that movie made by that starving artist cause it might be good.
Blurring the lines between truth and fiction in the Director’s Cut of the first Snapchat horror flick.