1. Project of the Day—The Space Less Traveled is a documentary about Edgar Mitchell of the Apollo 14, who was the sixth man on the moon. The film focuses on Mitchell’s life after his trip, and how his interests, which include cosmology, extraterrestrials, and the paranormal made him “an outsider to many, and an icon to others.”

    Project of the Day—The Space Less Traveled is a documentary about Edgar Mitchell of the Apollo 14, who was the sixth man on the moon. The film focuses on Mitchell’s life after his trip, and how his interests, which include cosmology, extraterrestrials, and the paranormal made him “an outsider to many, and an icon to others.”

  2. A whole lot of great films funded through Kickstarter are available on our Watch page, including the four up above. Click the links below to watch our latest featured picks.

    Rich Hill: A documentary about three boys and their families in Rich Hill, Missouri.

    Test:A drama about identity, AIDS, and dancing in San Francisco in 1985.

    Paladar: The trials and tribulations of running an underground restaurant are brought to life in this documentary.

    Finding Vivian Maier: This documentary expands on the life of Vivian Maier, one of the greatest, and most elusive street photographers of the 20th century.

  3. Project of the Day—The Great Kingdom is a documentary about Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, the creators behind Dungeons & Dragons. The film tracks the game’s humble beginnings through its eventual rise to multi-million dollar industry, focusing on the lives of Gygax, Arneson, the hundreds of others that helped shape the legendary RPG, and their families. 

    Project of the Day—The Great Kingdom is a documentary about Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, the creators behind Dungeons & Dragons. The film tracks the game’s humble beginnings through its eventual rise to multi-million dollar industry, focusing on the lives of Gygax, Arneson, the hundreds of others that helped shape the legendary RPG, and their families. 

  4. Project of the Day—Would it be fair to call the Heimlich maneuver a classic maneuver? It’s definitely a classic: it saves lives and probably has happened in at least one episode of every sitcom ever (we don’t have stats for that so don’t ask). In fact, it’s so ubiquitous, so engrained in our cultural lexicon, that we don’t often stop and think about its origins. Enter The Maneuver: The Inside Story of Dr. Henry Heimlich, a documentary about the man behind the move.

    Project of the Day—Would it be fair to call the Heimlich maneuver a classic maneuver? It’s definitely a classic: it saves lives and probably has happened in at least one episode of every sitcom ever (we don’t have stats for that so don’t ask). In fact, it’s so ubiquitous, so engrained in our cultural lexicon, that we don’t often stop and think about its origins. Enter The Maneuver: The Inside Story of Dr. Henry Heimlicha documentary about the man behind the move.

  5. Project of the Day—Moondog was a legendary street musician who managed to transcend every single idea about what it means to be a street musician. For years, he played in New York on 6th avenue and 54th street, and his fans ranged from Philip Glass (who lived with him) to Jarvis Cocker to Elvis Costello. Stylistically and musically, he was a massive influence on a large swath of of art we see and hear today. The documentary, The Viking of 6th Avenue, explores Moondog’s lasting legacy by talking to the people that were most inspired by him.

    Project of the Day—Moondog was a legendary street musician who managed to transcend every single idea about what it means to be a street musician. For years, he played in New York on 6th avenue and 54th street, and his fans ranged from Philip Glass (who lived with him) to Jarvis Cocker to Elvis Costello. Stylistically and musically, he was a massive influence on a large swath of of art we see and hear today. The documentary, The Viking of 6th Avenue, explores Moondog’s lasting legacy by talking to the people that were most inspired by him.