Welcome To Me, starring funny lady Kristen Wiig who plays Alice Kleig, a deeply complex and troubled woman, is a dramatic comedy about a woman with borderline personality disorder who wins the Mega-Millions and—much to the dismay of her parents, therapist, gay ex-husband, and local TV station—uses her winnings to fund her own television show, similar to that of her hero Oprah.
Iris Apfel is a fashion entrepreneur and interior designer who expresses her style with bold prints and layering of accessories like no other. The flamboyantly dressed 93-year-old style maven who has had an outsized presence on the New York fashion scene for decades is honoured in the film IRIS by the late documentarian Albert Maysles. A fashion icon, Iris—immediately recognized by her trademark large owlish eyeglasses—is a collector of fashion who has had her collection exhibited in various museums.
Dr. Martens' ‘The Spirit of ’69’ collection is a modern interpretation of a look and attitude that was started back in 1969 by first generation skinheads. By working with brands that were involved with this influential subculture from its earliest days, Dr. Martens celebrates the meticulous attention to detail of early skinheads, as well as their relationship with ska, rocksteady and reggae music.
Inspired by true events, Coldwater tackles the troubling world of juvenile rehabilitation. This drama/thriller follows Brad Lunders, a troubled teen sent to a juve reform facility run by a retired war colonel and a team of alpha males. Lunders, who was forcefully abducted from his home in the middle of the night by his mother's consent is sent to a harsh wilderness reform compound.
Eric Wareheim took an old porn VHS that one of the older kids hid in the woods, shoved it into Max Renn from Videodrome's chest vagina alongside the living-breathing nightmare tape and scored it to Tobacco's "Streaker". The results are horrifying, disgusting, and full of dark corners. But let's be honest, who doesn't want to explore a dark corner? I'm calling 1-844-TOBAXXO for a tour.
Inspired and intrigued by the interesting characters he sees when walking around his city and not impressed with TV's misrepresentation of who is "real" in Vancouver, Joseph PS Klymkiw decided to document and feature the exact people he saw daily who are real to him and that is someone that "does what they love and keeps doing it" with a project called The Real People of Vancouver.
Directed by Canadian director Atom Egoyan, Devil's Knot is a film adaptation of the book of the same name, based on the true story of three teenagers known as the "West Memphis Three" who were convicted for killing three young boys during a suspected satanic ritual back in 1993.