Films & Other Videos
Films with: Smith, Chris
- American movie
- Documentary of the two-year effort by Mark Borchardt to finish his "no-budget horror film, Coven."
- DVD 647
- Big one
- A behind-the-scenes video diary of the promotional tour for Moore's book "Downsize this!" He appears at several chain bookstores throughout the nation, signing autographs and delivering wicked political commentary to audiences. Along the way, he stops at various small-town parking lots and malls, gathering brief interviews with assorted Americans. Moore makes several cleverly unexpected visits to people in powerful positions. In Centralia, IL, Moore visits a company who plans to move their factories to Mexico, resulting in massive layoffs. Finally, Nike CEO Phil Knight grants Moore some dialogue.
- DVD 3427
- Meet Michael Ruppert, a different kind of American. A former Los Angeles police officer turned independent reporter, he predicted the current financial crisis in his self-published newsletter, From the Wilderness, at a time when most Wall Street and Washington analysts were still in denial. Director Chris Smith has shown an affinity for outsiders in films like American Movie and The Yes Men.
- DVD 7559
- Home movie
- A look at five extraordinary homes and the charming, bizarre people who inhabit them. Interweaves their stories in a way that makes a person think about the meaning of home and the place of individuality in society.
- DVD 2675
- A "room boy" working at a hotel in Panjim, Goa, sees from his mango-tree perch a luxuriant garden and shimmering pool hidden behind a wall. In making whatever efforts he can to better himself, Venkatesh offers his services to the wealthy owner of the place of his dreams.
- DVD 10194
- Yes Men
- With poker-faced impersonation as their weapon, and World Trade Organization officials as their target, the Yes Men pull off one bold prank after another in an effort to raise political consciousness. And when their outrageous stunts are actually swallowed--hook, line and sinker--the Yes Men must up the satrical ante and push the art of public spectacle to hilarious new heights.
- DVD 3824