A BMX racer who lives in a small town with his mother and sister is faced with a tough decision, qualify for Helltrack or take his SAT's in order to attend college.
The stone-people Hew and Kew have seen a lot in their everlasting lives on top of their mountain. Therefore they're only mildly amazed by the ongoings in the valley below, they've got their own little problems to deal with - But all of a sudden, Mankind is discovering and inventing, instead of just woozeling, and this new behavior starts to threaten Hew's and Kew's stoic peacefulness...
It is the early 1980's. Ten-year-old Rasmus is tired of his parents never listening to him and decides to run away from home. But before leaving he records a cassette tape with different advice on how to handle life. His mother is pregnant and he plans to leave the tape for his unborn brother.
A series of chromatic intersections. Audience members form teams who respond to vertical lines by shouting "plaid" and to horizontal lines by shouting "rad". This approximation of the sound was recorded at the Anthology Film Archives in February, 2011.
A film about the uncertainties faced by a man in post-Communist Slovakia, his relationship with a teenage son and English teacher girlfriend who's soon to return home to England.
Rick exists in the present, but lives as if his favourite decade, the 1980s, never ended. When his 80s-inspired lifestyle results in him being the laughing stock of his small town, Rick sets out to fulfill his late father's wish to attend Rocklahoma, an 80s-themed music festival in the United States. Getting there proves to be much more difficult than Rick imagined; shady club owners, untrustworthy friends, and a lack of money threaten to crush Rick's dreams, and leave him forever stranded in a town that ostracizes him for being different. To reach Rocklahoma, Rick will be forced to make the most important and potentially heartbreaking decision of his life.
Bosteri is a village in the Kyrgyz steppe. Here on the banks of one of the world's largest mountain lakes stands a big wheel that only turns for two months of every year. Under its shadow live the people that summer has left behind.
Brandon Semenuk's Rad Company pushes the limits of free-ride mountain biking and showcases the skills and passion that make him one of the most versatile and explosive riders on the planet. Brandon handpicked the crew of riders for this film who drive and inspire him in each discipline, ultimately creating some of the highest level of riding ever caught on camera. The film features an eclectic soundtrack that flows like your favorite mix tape, while seamlessly meshing all disciplines of mountain biking. NWD Films and Red Bull Media House have teamed up with some of the top cinematographers and digital effects artists to create an innovative style, while keeping true to the “all killer no filler” style of the New World Disorder.
A comedy of everyday life problems of a "temporary" teacher who leads a very "temporary" life. For ten years, he temporarily lives with his married sister in a cramped, one-room apartment in which, his brother's-in-law sister also temporarily lives. He has a diploma, but not a steady job. He's a school teacher for a definite period of time with a "temporary" status. At the mean time, a boy who lives alone with his mother goes to the same school. He wants to have a father by his own choice, not his mother's. It seems that the teacher suits most of the boy's idea of a father. And the boy gains what he always wants.
Two party bound teens inadvertently destroy a city on their way to hell.
Confined to a wheelchair, Otto prays for the day when he can get revenge on the men who brutally attacked his wife and daughter.
Five friends Freccia, Bruno, Tito, Jena and Boris are very keen on music but they live in a little town in northern Italy and spend most of their days at the local bar. They decide to set up an independent radio which soon becomes the voice of a generation. When Freccia dies from an overdose the radio takes his name.
High school football coach, Harold Jones befriends Radio, a mentally-challenged man who becomes a student at T.L. Hanna High School in Anderson, South Carolina. Their friendship extends over several decades, where Radio transforms from a shy, tormented man into an inspiration to his community.
Comedy about Harry Ackerman's nightmares about fun seekers and their skiing adventures. Rodney Mullen and Robby Naish are also included.
The Narrator tells us how the radio influenced his childhood in the days before TV. In the New York City of the late 1930s to the New Year's Eve 1944, this coming-of-age tale mixes the narrator's experiences with contemporary anecdotes and urban legends of the radio stars.
Finally, a DVD with attitude! Hear and see the Primus drummer break down go-go, funk patterns, the ostinato and the up-down technique in Brain's contemporary and alternative way. This DVD is not only educational, but entertaining as well. Suitable for all levels of playing. DVD special features include a photo gallery, additional video footage (outtakes, village video, influences, the Buckethead dance, Q/A), an interactive drumset, and printable lessons from Brain.
Liam wakes from a car crash with no memory of who he is. As he makes his way into town to look for help, he finds only dead bodies, all with strange pale eyes. Liam's first assessment is that a virus is present in the air, but he soon discovers the horrible truth: anyone who comes within a 50-foot radius of him dies instantly.
Rad Girls is a stunt and prank television show which aired on the music network Fuse TV and has now moved to MavTV. The show's format is essentially a female version of MTV's Jackass, with three female performers: Ramona Cash, Munchie, and Darling Clementine, doing stunts and pranks that involve graphic female nudity, bodily excretions, violence and debauchery. According to the trio's MySpace page, Fuse has decided to go with exclusively music-based programming, thus not renewing Rad Girls for a second season. Over 4,000 ardent fans of Rad Girls signed an online petition to get the show back on the air, but their contract with Fuse ended in February 2008. Rad Girls Season 2 premiered on November 7, 2008 on MavTV, an HD network oriented for male viewers. The program has also aired internationally, on five continents: Australia; New Zealand; Canada; UK; South Africa; Brazil; Korea.