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Despite the criticisms leveled against it, the old Hollywood studio system produced many classic films and nurtured the careers of some of moviedom's top artists. Documentarian Daniel Raim turns the camera on several men who spent a lifetime behind it, among them production designer Robert Boyle, cinematographer Haskell Wexler and illustrator Harold Michelson. The group reminisce about their careers and the many well-known and celebrated movies they worked on.Stream Full Movie
Filmmaker Martin Scorsese traces Bob Dylan's evolution from folk troubadour to iconic rock star. Live concert footage and press conferences from the 1960s and a new interview with Dylan are used to draw a portrait of the legendary singer-songwriter.Stream Full Movie
Stand-up comics Ahmed Ahmed, John Caparulo, Bret Ernst and Sebastian Maniscalco join actor Vince Vaughn in a series of live performances. Blending comedy, improvisational sketches and music along with surprise celebrity guests, the group travels approximately 6,000 miles to bring their unique show to audiences in the South, West and Midwest.Stream Full Movie
Given the flawless results, it's hard to believe that comedians David Pasquesi and T.J. Jagodowski make up their entire act on the spot. This documentary records one of the long-running improv duo's hilarious performances at New York City's Barrow Street Theatre. The film also goes behind the scenes as the pair strategizes for that night's act, discusses the nuances of their creative partnership and reflects on their training at Chicago's The Second City improv troupe.Stream Full Movie
The meaning of art itself comes into question in this documentary about Shelby Lee Adams' controversial photos of families in Appalachia.Stream Full Movie
Music video director Emmett Malloy shadows guitarist and singer Jack White and drummer Meg White on their 2007 Canadian tour. Alongside traditional concerts, the film shows the duo performing in unusual spaces like a Winnipeg city bus, an Ontario flour mill and a gathering of Native American tribal elders. Also included are intimate backstage moments between Jack and Meg, a formerly married couple whose time as a band was nearing its end during this tour, which proved to be their last.Stream Full Movie