Features conversations with ten of the world's greatest living directors: Bernardo Bertolucci, David Lynch, Liliana Cavani, Stephen Frears, Agnes Varda, Ken Loach, Todd Haynes, Catherine Breillat, Richard Linklater and John Sayles. The film documents Ismailos' voyage of discovering the creative personalities behind the camera.
Clarkson and May, in a seriously modified Toyota, take on Hammond and his dog sled in a 450 mil race to the North pole as they drive over thin ice to face in-tent hostilities, polar bear fear and desperate food fantasies.
In 1984, Ate de Jong, Dick Maas and George Schouten founded The Directors, a band made up of movie directors. Later on, more directors joined and so did actors, actresses and singers. This documentary follows the band members at home, on the set, at rehearsals and during performances. It’s a story of friendship, opposing characters, growing old and ambitions and illusions. Anecdotes and archive films provide a hilarious flashback on the lives of the film friends. Time has treated them well. Everybody is or has been successful. To rough it all up, they decide to write a song that will be played at one of the band member’s funeral.
Herbert Blount is a crowdfunding contributor for the new Adam Rifkin feature KNOCKED OFF. Unhappy with the film, he steals the footage and kidnaps actress Missi Pyle to star in his own "director's cut!"
An exclusive behind the scenes interview with the team at DONTNOD as they discuss the inspirations and challenges they faced when creating the critically acclaimed and award winning Life is Strange. No fan will want to miss this. The Director's Commentary to Life Is Strange starring Co-Producers Michel Koch and Raoul Barbet. "An unconfident photography student Max discovers her ability to rewind time, and reunites with her estranged best friend Chloe to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a local girl."
Ron Howard has racked up a slew of popular acting roles. But he's gone on to even greater fame as a director, creating instant classics such as Apollo 13, edTV, Parenthood, Backdraft, Splash and A Beautiful Mind. This career-spanning video includes interviews with actors and collaborators who have worked with Howard and know him best, including Kevin Bacon, Brian Grazer, Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah and Howard's brother, Clint.
When four young actors come to Hollywood to appear in a horror film, they get the surprise of their lives when the horror becomes more than a movie.
The American Film Institute series "The Directors" provides one-hour glimpses into the careers of directors whose films have significantly influenced world cinema. Originally a director of award-winning commercials, England's Adrian Lyne moved on to deliver box office blockbusters (Fatal Attraction), cult favorites (Flashdance, Jacob's Ladder) and serious literary adaptations (the remake of Lolita).
As a splendid sampler of standout episodes from the 20-season history of Gunsmoke, this well-chosen Directors Collection is a bona fide treasure. Fans of the long-running Western series will appreciate the archival care that went into this set: Not only does it provide a comprehensive overview of the series' evolution (from original radio shows to one-hour color episodes from the 1960s and '70s), but it also delivers a priceless abundance of oral TV history in the form of audio commentaries, some recorded by series stars and directors (like Dennis Weaver, a.k.a. "Chester") shortly before their death.
Meet the ‘Deadly Ten’ directors! DEADLY TEN is Full Moon's daring new experiment in interactive feature filmmaking. Ten movies, shot all over the world back-to-back, streamed LIVE from the set ONLY at the DEADLY TEN website. In this exclusive video, you'll get the chance to meet all 10 DEADLY TEN directors and get a taste of what wild, weird entertainment awaits you!
The titular directors discussed are: Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising (1930-1933), Jack King (1934-1936), Ub Iwerks (1937), Ben Hardaway (1934-1940), Norm McCabe (1940-1943), and Art Davis (1945-1949)
A backwoods lawyer's race for the governor's office is thwarted by mainstream opponents who dig up dirt from his past.
Documentary about Italian Neo-Realism featuring the works of Luchino Visconti, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Roberto Rossellini, and Vittorio De Sica
When a great film director accepts an academy award, he reflects on a comedian he worked with in the early film days, owing his success to him, not realizing that man is now destitute, watching the show on TV from a barstool.
A documentary exploring the origins of the pioneers of women directors during the silent era.
A misunderstood gift, a confused moment of infidelity and a wild Segway ride become plot problems as the main character realizes, during the director's commentary, she's in the wrong film.
As an Indie Horror flick director gathers his filmmakers for the final viewing of the film they have just wrapped, gruesome deaths occur to the cast and crew as they watch the very lethal Director's Cut.
A sleazy Indie movie director inadvertently hires a seductively, evil Genie, to play the role of a demon in his no budget horror flick. The casting is perfect, but will he regret getting his way this time ?
Director's Cat is a hand-processed 16mm, sitting between a home movie, discarded take or screen test, the film is balances between a captured off-hand moment and a staged scene.
Documentary biography series featuring profiles of various famous film directors.
Directors Commentary was a comedy television series created and written by Paul Duddridge and produced by Miles Ross. It was made by Jones The Film for ITV and broadcast in 2004. It starred Rob Brydon as Peter de Lane, a fictional director who provided the audio commentary for the DVD releases of shows he had supposedly directed. These commentaries not only provided information on the programmes but also gave a glimpse into de Lane's life. It ran for 7 episodes, which have all been released on DVD. It used stock footage of real television programmes, such as Bonanza, Only When I Laugh and Flambards, and de Lane did not appear in person on screen.
An unpopular idol, Kurobara Junko, pretends to be innocent, but in reality, she is an absurd girl who is jealous of her rival. She volunteers to work as traffic safety and security awareness in a parade to increase her popularity, but ends up discovering a murder scene and being accused of being a serial murderer who called himself a "justice". She then works with police detective Todo Shusaku to solve the murder and clear her name.