Film director par excellence, Wes Anderson, returns to his commercial ways with this delightful branded film for fashion house Prada.
A unique Branded Content Series from Intel and Toshiba directed by 2011 Sundance Grand Jury Winner Drake Doremus (Like Crazy)
Comedy/Music Duo rebound from a disappointing feature film with a killer short.
The ghost of Bruce Lee is reborn! Except it is in the form of a toy figurine.
Drew Barrymore updates West Side Story in this MTV-produced project for buzz-band Best Coast.
Despite their heavy drinking, everything seems to go their way. So what’s wrong with that?
Encroaching ice from a malfunctioning refrigerator is threatening the welfare of all the inhabitants, and its time for the fearful fruit, dairy and leftovers to hunker down and stategize!
A man sets his inner mustache free and finds himself in this Tribeca “Pitch Your Film” contest winner.
Written, starring and directed by Vin Diesel this 1995 short film gave the future action star his break. Playing a largely autobiographical role, we see the struggles of a young actor.
The Beastie Boys delve back into their past with this celebrity-driven, meta-comedy short film.
Keira Knightley plays the uncatchable madame flying through Italy on a motorcycle in this branded film from Chanel.
Robert Rodriguez teams up with Kobe for an action-packed, zombie-chasing showdown.
A swan-woman explores the perils of modern life in this stylish experimental film from hip hop artist Kanye West.
Famed director, Guy Ritchie, helms this stylish noir film featuring some not so subtle product placement and Jude Law.
Hip hop master, Jay-Z, tells his success story as he prepares for a massive show at Madison Square Garden.
Spike Jonze spins a blend of realism and fantasy in this bizarre look into the twisted world of Kanye West.
Inventive music video for Coldplay featuring lead singer Chris Martin as an explorer of new worlds and realized entirely in drawn chalk animation.
This taut two-part thriller stars Entourage’s Adrian Grenier who on the phone must attempt to defuse a tense situation—his friend is camped out with a gun in the hotel room across from of his cheating lover.
A young woman (Selma Blair) becomes a medical oddity when it is discovered that she is “empty”. She struggles with that emptiness, but can anyone help her?
For character-actor Andy Shrub, life means always playing the sidekick. What would life be like if he was a leading man? Somebody like…John Stamos?
From the mind of Bob Odenkirk comes this very natural comedy about two real-life friends, Derek and Simon, and their struggle to find love.