First b-roll of two for The Heat. B-roll provides a compilation of behind the scenes footage from the film.
Trailer for the documentary The Otherside.
A community of Seattle artists are redefining hip hop as they look to find success in the digital age of the music industry.
Trailer for Touchy Feely.
Touchy Feely is a closely observed examination of a family whose delicate psychic balance suddenly unravels. Abby (Rosemarie DeWitt), is a sought after massage therapist and a free spirit, while her brother Paul (Josh Pais) thrives on routine and convention, running a flagging dental practice and co-dependently enlisting the assistance of his emotionally stunted daughter Jenny (Ellen Page). Suddenly, transformation touches everyone. Abby develops an uncontrollable aversion to bodily contact, which not only makes her occupation impossible but severely hinders the passionate love life between her and her boyfriend (Scoot McNairy).
Second b-roll of two for The Heat. B-roll provides a compilation of behind the scenes footage from the film.
Trailer for the documentary Out of Print.
Out of Print draws us into the topsy-turvy world of the written word, illuminating the turbulent, exciting journey from the book through the digital revolution. Writers, publishers, readers all in flux. Booksellers closing shop. Librarians and teachers seeking new roles. Storytellers like Ray Bradbury, complemented by evocative visuals, weave a compelling tale. Scott Turow and Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon as an online bookstore, place us in the middle of their debate. People tell us they read snippets all day long, yet one of five Americans no longer reads a single book, in any format, in an entire year. Personal stories of parents and students take us into their worlds, highlighting how this revolution is changing every aspect of the printed word -- and changing us.
Trailer for Apocalypse Z.
A bacteriological weapon developed by the U.S. Government has spread an epidemic that turned the citizens of a quiet Eastern European town into infected zombies. Attempting to cover their mistake, a team of mercenaries is hired to plant an atomic bomb in the city's nuclear plant. This will destroy the monsters in what looks like a terrible accident. No one has to know the truth - unless the mission fails.
Feature trailer for Blood.
Nick Murphy's (The Awakening) pyschological thriller about two brothers, Joe (Paul Bettany) and Chrissie Fairburn (Stephen Graham), who collapse under the weight of their father's shadow (Brian Cox).
Desperate to fill their father's shoes, Joe and Chrissie commit the ultimate crime, and the fear of being caught out by their police force colleague, Robert (Mark Strong), turns their lives into a downward spiral of guilt and paranoia.
Trailer for the musical documentary Peaches Does Herself.
The 'anti-jukebox musical' written, directed by and starring, Peaches, tells the story of a young woman who, inspired by a 65-year-old stripper, begins to make sexually forthright music. Her popularity grows and she becomes what her fans expect her to be: transsexual. She falls in love with a beautiful she-male, but gets her heart broken and then ventures on a path of self-discovery.
Footage from Armie Hammer's appearance on The Tonight Show to promote The Lone Ranger.
Trailer for Compulsion.
Amy (Heather Graham) is a vivacious and charismatic gourmet chef, with a dangerous appetite. She uses the most sensual of cuisine to lure her prey and turn them into victims of her twisted methods of controlling relationships and creating intimacy. When Amy realizes her new neighbor Saffron (Carrie-Anne Moss) is the former child star she has always idolized, she uses her prowess in the kitchen in an attempt to dominate her.
Generic interview with Sandra Bullock (Sarah) for The Heat.
TV Spot for The Host Blu-ray and DVD which will be available on July 9th.
Trailer for The Pardon.
In 1994 the fastest genocide in the history of the humankind took place in a small East African nation of Rwanda: almost one million Tutsis were killed. The Pardon tells a story of two once best friends, Manzi and Karemera, who become divided along the political and tribal lines by the conflict. After joining the extremist Hutu militia Manzi kills Karemera's family. Fifteen years later, among the countrywide efforts for reconciliation, Karemera finds himself unable to forgive Manzi for his crimes and tries to find evidence which could implicate Manzi in the planning of the Tutsi genocide. Is true reconciliation possible? What price are we willing to pay for peace? This is a story about overcoming loss and the long windy road to forgiveness.
First part of the Your Questions Answered segment for The Smurfs 2. Producers Jordan Kerner and Raja Gosnell answer your questions.
Trailer for Pawn Shop Chronicles.
Three twisted tales all connected by items from a Southern small-town pawn shop. A man searching for his kidnapped wife, a couple of white-supremacist meth heads, and a sad-sack Elvis impersonator.