Celine Danhier’s alternately fascinating and infuriating documentary takes a look at New York City’s “No Wave” filmmaking movement that featured such underground artists as Nick Zedd, Richard Kern and Jim Jarmusch.
The companion piece to Smoke features many of the same characters ad-libbing various situations set in and around Harvey Keitel’s Brooklyn cigar shop.
Bill Murray’s charming performance keeps the tank at least half-full throughout Jim Jarmusch’s underfocused road trip through an aging gigolo’s sexual past.
Why walk when you can take the train? There’s something mysterious, strange and sometimes downright terrifying about riding the rails — these train-themed films will take you to unexpected destinations, and the journeys en route are full of surprises. All aboard!
An ode to the gritty, no-rules ’70s NYC scene, filled with rare clips and interviews with Jim Jarmusch, John Waters, Steve Buscemi, Lydia Lunch, Thurston Moore, and more. In a broke, crime filled NYC, underground filmmakers, musicians and artists created the era’s most provocative work.