The Opioid Epidemic is destroying America. Legendary director Lloyd Kaufman takes on Big Pharma, addiction and the intolerance of social media in “Shakespeare’s Shitstorm.” This postmodern musical adaptation of “The Tempest” is ripe with bawdy couplets, Hieronymus Boschian images of excess and unrefined iambic pentameter.

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Sleeze Lake: Vanlife at its Lowest and Best

Set among the foggy memories and ephemera of the world's largest custom van club, "Sleeze Lake" tells the story of a wild van party thrown in the middle of a fictitious resort town and the people who dreamt it up.

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Stress Position

Inspired by a flippant remark about the treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, filmmaker A.J. Bond made a bet with his close friend, actor David Amito, to see which of them could withstand a week of psychological torture at the hands of the other.

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Tickets, Please!

A London trip to meet Daniel Jeanrenaud, a musician who dedicated his whole life to rock'n'roll, with the flamboyances and abrasions that it implies.

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To Your Last Death

After emerging as the sole survivor in a deadly revenge game set up by her father to punish his children, Miriam receives an offer from a supernatural entity to go back in time and try again.

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Woman of the Photographs

A misogynic photographer discovers for the first time in his life the joys of loving a woman, this one confused about her self-identity and self-esteem, by helping her in her perceptions of herself with his photographic retouching skills. One day, middle-aged photographer and retouching artist Kai encounters Kyoko, a beautiful woman and model with a huge and ugly scar on her body.

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