Origins: Making ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ with Larry David

After six years away, what brought Larry back to “Curb Your Enthusiasm?” How has the show change the casts’ lives? And what is the Curb legacy? (Source: Origins)

The Last Days of Phil Hartman

Growing up with comedian Phil Hartman in the 1960s Before he found comedy, Hartman enjoyed Southern Californian life in the 1960s. He was the class clown, surfed, picked up painting and lived a rock-and-roll lifestyle. Part 2 – Comedian Phil…

Bullseye: Host Jesse Thorn Interviews Rapper Big Boi and Comic Actor Catherine O’Hara

Big Boi’s sold more than 50 millions records as a solo artist and as half of Outkast, maybe the greatest hip hop group of all time. With their 1994 debut Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, Big Boi and Andre 3000 introduced one of rap’s…

‘BRAND: A SECOND COMING’: Comedian Calls for Revolution

By Gregory Crofton Sundance-Grand-Jury-Prize-winning documentary filmmaker Ondi Timoner likes to point her camera at anti-establishment thinkers who try to create their own worlds. Think Anton Newcombe of BrianJonestown Massacre, featured in her rock documentary DIG! (2004), and Internet guru Josh…

‘HANDS ON A HARD BODY’: A Documentary that Will Make You Laugh Hard and Question American Life

By Gregory Crofton One of the best things about documentaries is that they can focus on the characters of real people, and real people can be endlessly fascinating and downright funny. S.R. Bindler’s HANDS ON A HARD BODY captures both…

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