A brief history of John Baldessari, narrated by Tom Waits.

Occupy WHAT Street?

A short documentary questioning the location, not motives, of the Occupy movement in New York City.

Hearts of Darkness is a film about the making of Apocalypse Now, narrated by Eleanor Coppola. It focuses on the monumental undertaking of making a film like Apocalypse Now; juggling an uncontrollable Marlon Brando, a stoned Denis Hopper, and filming in the jungle of the Philippians. Almost as heavy as the movie Francis Coppola was making…


Stanley Kubrik’s Boxes

I get a kick out of rummaging through the workspaces and archives of creative people to see what makes them tick. This is exactly what Jon Ronson does when he is granted access to poke around Stanley Kubrik’s estate and film his findings. A very intruiging look into the private life of one of the 20th century’s most obsessive flimmakers.


Stanley Kubrick’s films were landmark events – majestic, memorable and richly researched. But, as the years went by, the time between films grew longer and longer, and less and less was seen of the director. What on earth was he doing?

Two years after Kubrick’s death, Jon Ronson was invited to the director’s estate to explore the hundreds of boxes the legendary film director had collected during his decades at Childwick Manor in Hertfordshire. He’s been returning ever since, and the story of Kubrick and the archive, now housed at University of the Arts London, is revealed in this fascinating documentary.

Ronson asks: is it possible to get to understand such a man – and his extraordinary working methods – by looking through the hundreds of boxes he left behind?

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