Posts Tagged ‘Documentaries’

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Nothing To Lose – Former Gang Member Turned Multimillionaire [Documentary]


Full length documentary by Ryan Blair, CEO of ViSalus, #1 New York Times Bestselling author of Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain, a serial entrepreneur and self-made millionaire. #NTLdoc 1st Place Winner of Los Angeles Art-house Film Festival and best producer of the Beverly Hills Film Festival.

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

Incarcerated Scarfaces [Documentary]


Hard hitting documentary about life in the infamous Rikers Island and niggas catching buck 50′s on the regular. Features K.A.R’s Pistol Pete and Shea Davis aka Punch.

 

Saturday, August 30th, 2014

HBO to Air New Banksy Documentary


HBO has announced the premiere date for a documentary that chronicles Banksy’s month-long artistic romp in New York City last year which the artist dubbed Better Out Than In. Aptly titled Banksy Does New York, filmmaker Chris Moukarbel crowd-sourced footage from people who saw the art first hand and packaged it as a full-length feature – calling the technique of utilizing fan’s documentation as “a city holding a mirror back up to the artist.”

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

Beyoncé and JAY Z | On The Run [HBO Trailer]


Despite rumours circulating the internet that a divorce is on the horizon for Beyoncé and Jay Z, the two are very much determined to present a united front to their fans. In the lead up to the HBO premiere of the On The Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z documentary, a trailer has been released previewing what’s in store.

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Hormel’s Bacon Powered Diesel Motorcycle


Driven By Bacon, this documentary is about a diesel motorcycle that runs on bacon grease fuel. Austin-based Hormel makes a bacon grease powered motorcycle. Hormel came up with the idea of powering a motorcycle dubbed Hormel Black Label Bacon Motorcycle that runs on B-100 bio-diesel which is converted from bacon waste into bio-diesel by bio-Blend Fuels in Winsconsin. The bike fuel costs just $3.50 a gallon and makes the motorcycle run 75-100 miles per gallon. According to Nick Schweitzer, Hormel brand manager, the bacon bio-fuel does leave behind the smell of bacon when one drives it on the roads which all goes well for bacon lovers. Hormel is also looking for a bacon lover who’ll ride the bike on a cross country trip from Austin, MN to San Diego, CA.

Friday, August 1st, 2014

Scene Unseen – Episode 1: Dancehall in Japan


In the first film of a trilogy exploring music scenes around the world, we investigate the continuing, somewhat unlikely success of dancehall and reggae in Japan.

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Murder, Mayhem, and Meditation


America is locking up more people than any other nation on earth. Home to just 5 percent of the world’s total population, the United States houses more than 20 percent of the world’s prisoners. In the last three decades, fueled in large part by a national drug policy and legislation like three strikes laws, America has imprisoned more people in local jails, federal penitentiaries, and private correctional facilities than Stalin put in the Gulags. New court rulings have declared overcrowded prisons to be unconstitutional, and the sheer cost of incarceration is forcing prisons to let prisoners back out on the streets.

Monday, July 28th, 2014

Drugs, Crime, and the Australian Bikie


It’s now tougher than ever to be a bikie in Australia.

Sunday, July 27th, 2014

Warriors Off The Res: Aboriginal Gangs in Winnipeg


Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba, Canada — and for 16 of the past 33 years, it has also been the country’s murder capital. The prairie city is home to just under 800,000 people, about 10 percent of whom are Aboriginal, meaning Winnipeg boasts the largest urban Aboriginal population in Canada. Largely impoverished and facing continual discrimination, the community has given rise to violent Aboriginal street gangs. VICE News went to Winnipeg to spend time with gang members and find out why they’re linked to the majority of the city’s murders.

Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

Skylight Inn’s Whole Hog BBQ


The first public sale of Whole Hog BBQ took place in Ayden, North Carolina, in the 1930′s. 184 years later, Sam Jones is carrying on the family tradition of cooking Whole Hog BBQ as the 7th Generation pitmaster of his family’s BBQ restaurant, The Skylight Inn. Since 1947, The Skylight Inn has become an icon in the BBQ world for selling one thing and one thing only: chopped Eastern Style North Carolina Whole Hog Pork–served on a bun or in a tray with corn bread.