Weiner is the title of a new documentary about the dismal 2013 New York City mayoral campaign of Anthony Weiner. Considering that Weiner’s run, like his tenure as a U.S. congressman before, was ended by a sexting scandal, the title seems like a mean and juvenile joke. But then again, that’s just his name: Weiner. Tough break, I guess. What are you gonna do? Anyway, the documentary sounds like it’s going to be excellent.
“It is a call for black people in this country to unite, to recognize their heritage, to build a sense of community,” activist Stokely Carmichael said in June 1966 upon his release from jail (he had been arrested during the March Against Fear). “It is a call for black people to define their own goals.” Self-determination, Carmichael believed, was the first need of a free people.
At about 20 seconds into the new trailer for Backstreet Boys: Show Em What You're Made Of a disembodied voice (Brian?) asks: "What do you do when you're a full-grown man in a boy band?" This is exactly the kind of question a Backstreet Boys documentary should be asking.
Ward Miles was born nearly four months ahead of schedule.
It is at once the most ridiculed and most misunderstood lawsuit in American history.
Acclaimed filmmaker Werner Herzog's wants to bring an end to the scourge of texting while driving once and for all — and he just might do it.
"Write down anything funny that comes to your head; don't be lazy."
Here's the trailer for We Are Legion, a documentary featuring members and supporters of the Anonymous hacker collective and various commentators whose names and titles aren't provided yet, so we don't know who they are. But they seem knowledgeable enough!
Back in 1979, long before all teenage pranks became felonies, a red-haired Los Angeles high schooler and three of his friends formed a dedicated group of surreptitious home toilet-paperers. Thirty-two years later, this group still exists! And now an ex-member's trying to make a documentary about it.
Joel Huston Dodge is just about as awesome of a guy that you're ever likely to meet. Check out this wonderful short documentary about the 92 year-old man and all he's discovered, collected, created and given.
AT&T has been a proponent of making sure that people are aware of the dangers of texting while driving. Earlier this year, they launched a PSA campaign called "It Can Wait" and this doc is the culmination of that project.
Ever wondered how undersea cables were laid in the ocean? Watch this video and find out.
Some started families with or swooned for faraway loves, but Bailey only wanted to make her relationship work. Moving for a boyfriend seems like a step forward, until she realizes how backwards the boy really is.