Guy Martin rebuilds his beloved transit van and tries to break the van lap record at the dangerous and demanding Nürburgring in Germany. But the huge undertaking threatens to end in disaster.
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The follow up film to Haunted State: Whispers from History Past (2014). The Wisconsin-based paranormal investigation team sets out on a journey across Wisconsin to investigate historic theaters, that are rumored to have paranormal activity including “Shadow people” being reported by theater staff. Individually the theatres make up a group called, the Theatre Of Shadows. Those Wisconsin theatres are: The Riverside and Pabst theatres in Milwaukee, Barrymore Theatre in Madison and the Grand Opera House in Oshkosh. The adventure unfolds as the paranormal events are captured on film along with the history of Wisconsin’s theaters being revealed. The evidence is pieced together uncovering the mysteries that lie inside Wisconsin’s Theatre Of Shadows.
Thomas Riedelsheimer’s landmark Rivers and Tides inventively documented artist Andy Goldsworthy as he created his wondrously ephemeral site-specific sculptures, spun from nature. Fifteen years later, Goldsworthy is still appealingly engaged in his philosophical and tactical exploration of the natural world. Leaning Into the Wind is a collaborative sequel—a visual and aural sensation that takes viewers into the hillsides, terrains, and other outdoor spaces where Goldsworthy feels most at home and inspired.
The remarkable true story of Darius McCollum, a man with Asperger’s syndrome whose overwhelming love of transit has landed him in jail 32 times for the criminal impersonation of NYC subway drivers, conductors, token booth clerks, and track repairmen.
Documentary about British author and actor Alan Bennett. Recorded over the course of a year, the film features a number of intimate encounters with Bennett, including a trip to New York to receive an award from the city’s public library, a national radio appearance and a visit to his local community-run library in Primrose Hill, London. Reflecting on key periods of his life as well as providing observations on current events.
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In the last five years of his life, David Bowie ended nearly a decade of silence to engage in an extraordinary burst of activity, producing two groundbreaking albums and a musical. David Bowie: The Last Five Years explores this unexpected end to a remarkable career. Made with remarkable access, Francis Whately’s documentary is a revelatory follow-up to his acclaimed 2013 documentary David Bowie: Five Years, which chronicled Bowie’s golden ‘70s and early-‘80s period.