Two young men wanting to make a porno movie raise money from their family and friends by claiming that they’re making a religious film. Complications ensue when the porno is a hit.
The story of four characters who become intertwined with a tall, shadowy figure with a blank face and a suit that is thought to be behind recent disappearances of children. The link for the film is connected to the “Play the Trailer”.
Grandchildren come to the village of Old Man in the summer for a visit. It is a far cry from the idyllic summer vacation with the grandfather, because the Old Man spends his hard time working on children and his dairy cow. Jumpers do not understand rural manners and cause the prized cow to flee. Now, Old Man and the children have 24 hours to find the cow before the untried udder explodes and causes a dairy nuclear disaster. The old man and the children begin a merciless race as the udder has to be defiled before the mysterious Dairy sends the cow to the heavenly meadow. Along this journey, our heroes face yet another despicable rural hipster, forest beasts, desperate lumberjacks, and a lunatic bear in constipation.
Shoko and Maiko Ougi are apparently two ordinary schoolgirls in pursuit of graduating and having fun. Shii-chan is the more serious while Mai-chan is more fun-loving. In reality, the two sisters are powerful exorcists from the Karura temple. Each wields half the power… Shii-chan can see the spirits, and Mai-chan can banish them. This is a spooky series with heavy emphasis on traditionally Japanese occult themes.
In Hainan, there is a Guanyin Temple. The Guanyin in the temple decided to make a movie based on her personal experience. Two friends and I planned to make a documentary Guanyin Also Make Movies built from this event. Gradually, the act of us shooting the documentary, starting to echo with the act of Guanyin making the movie. To every single person, the image has its own unique significance. Therefore, we also turned the camera to ourselves, deriving Three Men Who Made a Movie Named Guanyin Also Make Movies Also Made a Movie from Guanyin Also Make Movies.
The hero of the popular Czech animated series Pat and Mat, have come to us with their more or less successful, always comedy house repairs. In memory of the times of true cartoons, which marked the youth of many generations, the legendary home-based master comes to large screens with brand new adventures. Czechoslovakia’s cartoon A je to (also known as Pat & Mat) is the work of Lubomír Beneš and Vladimír Jiránek, first reproduced in 1976. This year Pat and Mat celebrate their 40th birthday. However, this is nothing like that for such a large caliber. In the attic store boxes of full movies (and a projector under the stairs) and share stories with their fans. However, as often happens, they face many traps. This time you will meet a sneaky cactus and a dry tree. Meanwhile, they will naturally “improve” their home with some creative ideas. Just how?
In “Spaces #1”, 8 beloved Greek directors shot, after commissioning by the Festival, a short film at home, making their own timely comment on the new reality that we live in. The project is inspired by the book “Species of Spaces” by the French novelist, filmmaker, documentalist, and essayist, Georges Perec and the days of quarantine. The idea is to create a film at home, using the environment, the people or the animals in that space. The only outdoor areas that may be used are outdoor living spaces, such as the terrace, the garden, the balcony and the stairwell. “Cleo and her daddy make a movie” is Stavros Pamballis’s submission.
Both entertaining and educational, “How Not to Make a Movie” chronicles how the Red Letter Media guys all met and started making movies together, which lead to the disastrous production of the 2003 feature film collaboration Gorilla Interrupted. “How Not to Make a Movie” also shows the restoration process of remastering this ancient schlock no budget flop.
Lascivious mountain folk entertain each other through a series of carnal escapades and hillbilly whoopie.