This dizzying trip through the mid-1990s with a dysfunctional American family is a crumpled letter from a filmmaker to his family: a shattered kaleidoscope of the destructive patterns that have trapped and wounded its members.
A taxidermist coolly goes about his business.
A disabled man named Agustin in Honduras has been building a helicopter in his home for the past 53 years causing controversy amongst his family and community.
What’s really happening behind the doors of Westboro Baptist Church? The Elect gives a rare look at the group’s spokeswoman and her children as they carry out their day-to-day activities.
Two visionary doctors from the Texas Heart Institute successfully replaced a dying man’s heart with a rotor-driven artificial one—proving that life is possible without a heartbeat.
A virtual relationship becomes a reality when a robot inventor falls in love over the Internet and journeys to Nepal to meet his fiance for the first time. They marry the next day.
The Stanford MRI Lab hosts the world’s first ever love competition, in which seven contestants have five minutes to neurochemically love someone as hard as they can.