1. 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.

  2. alternativecandidate:

    Our Nixon (2013)

    "Perhaps there is no Richard Nixon but only the public spectacle we might call the Nixoniad. The so-called Checkers speech of 1952 gave him a larger audience than any politician in history had enjoyed up until that time. The 1970 photograph of him with Elvis remains the most requested item in the National Archive. Nixon’s trip to China occasioned an opera; his televised interviews with David Frost from 1977 were fodder for a Broadway play and a Hollywood movie. The media is his home. Our Nixon’s funniest bit catches the Leader of the Free World in private conversation with Haldeman and Ehrlichman, pondering the sitcom All in the Family and ranting about the glorification of homosexuality on the public airwaves. To watch Our Nixon is to see our thirty-seventh president as the ghost in the machine, a funny-looking gremlin who haunts the national TV set.”

    J. Hoberman

    Alternative Candidate Rating: 4/5

    A friendly reminder that Our Nixon is one of the most intriguing political documentaries in recent memory. It is also one of many Kickstarter-funded films you can watch now

    View on Kickstarter
  3. Pebble debuts.
Exciting news from CES today… 
Pebble watch creator Eric Migicovsky took the stage to thank his 68,929 Kickstarter backers and announce a ship date of January 23rd. The team can produce and ship 15,000 Pebble watches per week, which means that backers should receive their watches in the next 6-8 weeks.
The stream from CES is live right now.

    Pebble debuts.

    Exciting news from CES today… 

    Pebble watch creator Eric Migicovsky took the stage to thank his 68,929 Kickstarter backers and announce a ship date of January 23rd. The team can produce and ship 15,000 Pebble watches per week, which means that backers should receive their watches in the next 6-8 weeks.

    The stream from CES is live right now.