The Collective is a group of filmmakers photographers and mountain bikers - Drawing on the experience expertise and creative energy of every member of the team - The Collective has created a film that portrays the newest cutting edge images of the freeride progression while exploring the thoughts and personalities of the riders leading that progression
Music video for Animal Collective.
Park Goo (Lee Kwang-Soo) mutates into a man-fish due to side effects from an experimental drug. He receives heavy publicity and becomes a star. A conspiracy by a pharmaceutical company leads Park Goo to being possibly expelled from the world.
Modern Collective is a group of young individuals including Dane Reynolds, Jordy Smith, Yadin Nicol, Dion Agius and Mitch Coleborn. The collective seeks to set in motion the expectations of surfing with a voyage to five high performance locations around the galaxy. The first trip took the collective to France, discovering giant ramps to experiment new moves on.
A married couple is having sexual difficulties. The husband acquiesces in his wife's having a lover who visits her every Friday. The lover participates in a collective living arrangement, where sex as well as household chores are shared. Thinking that they will benefit from a similar scheme, the couple starts their own collective. However, the wife dislikes it when her husband begins to spend time with a younger woman in the collective, and the collective frowns on her having an outside relationship (her Friday lover).
Jessica (Wynn Everett) travels to New York City to help her sister but she is nowhere to be found. As she delves into a world of darkness and lies surrounding a spiritually depraved community calling itself 'The Collective' with her friend Tyler (Kelly Overton) she has to decide if she will risk her life to save her sister.
A man and his grandmother hide out from an ominous broadcast. The Grim Reaper hosts a TV show. The formerly incarcerated recount and reinterpret their first days of freedom. A suburban mom's life is upturned by the beast growing inside of her. And a high school gym teacher runs drills from inside a volcano. What happens when five of independent film's most adventurous filmmakers join together to literally adapt each other’s dreams for the screen?
A film-portrait of the Loudmouth Collective and Ugly Duckling Presse. These poet-provocateurs are the creators of the infamous "Anti-Reading" series, a carnival-like alternative to the traditional poetry reading. On the film's soundtrack we hear how the Anti-Readings were started, descriptions of various Anti-Reading activities including the Poetry smokable poems known as "Poetry Cigarettes", the memory tester called "I Forgot," and the "Diary in the Shape of a Bunny". The film includes footage shot at Anti-Readings, with time-lapse, double exposures, distorting lenses, and frenetic non-traditional camerawork evocative of the playfully chaotic spirit of the events.
The Collective Evolution is a documentary aimed at showing the current state of the world, why it needs to be changed, and how each and every one of us can play a role in changing it. The documentary addresses this need for change through five individual yet interrelated structures society has come to rely upon -finance, education, religion, entertainment/ media, and health/ food. Each of these structures is fully broken down to show viewers how they have come into place, and why their continued existence can no longer be supported. The documentary concludes by drawing attention to consciousness. Addressing who we truly are, what we have come on this planet to do, and most importantly how we can go about doing it.
Unpredictable but undeniably talented, DJ Swamp has been a musical force to be reckoned with since his award-winning 1996 debut. This compilation brings together his career's defining elements. Witness firsthand his powerful stage presence as he tours Japan, peek backstage, go behind the scenes for his recording process and experience his most dynamic videos. Clips include "Worship the Robots," "Ring of Fire" and "Demons in the Suburbs.
Multi-platinum recording artists release their first-ever live DVD. Recorded in April 2005, the shows were filmed in the band's hometown of Atlanta during two special sold-out performances featuring the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra. The 20-song collection spans ninety minutes and encompasses hits from Collective Soul's seven studio albums, including their latest release, "Youth".
A research-based essay film, but also a very personal perspective on the history of socialist Yugoslavia, its dramatic end, and its recent transformation into a few democratic nation states.
Featuring: Steve Gadd and the Gadd Gang , Dave Weckl and His Band, Steve Smith, John Patitucci, Victor Wooten, Horacio ‘El Negro Hernandez, The Collective Faculty Bands. On Sunday, November 24 Drummers Collective celebrated its 25th Anniversary with an incredible evening of music in NYC.
"Collective Unconsciousness: The Not Dead Yet Story" explores the annual Not Dead Yet festival that takes place in Toronto. This documentary dives into what makes the festival great and the impact it makes on the city's hardcore/punk scene. "Collective Unconsciousness: The Not Dead Yet Story" also features performances from bands that played in 2015, shot up close to give the viewer the feel that they are there. Features performances by S.H.I.T., V.C.R., Power Trip, Title Fight, Career Suicide and more alongside interviews with members of Dress Code, Title Fight, I.C.E. and more.
Tag along with rock band Collective Soul as they embark on a four-day trip to Morocco to play a series of acoustic sets at landmarks such as the outdoor market in Marrakech, a centuries-old casbah and the breathtaking Sahara desert. Using acoustic guitars and several percussion instruments native to Morocco, the band plays such songs as "December," "Heavy," "The World I Know," "She Said" and "Heaven's Already Here."
Desperate for sleep, a man is forced to confront the deafening reverie of everything he's lost along the way that inundates his dreams.
The late 1960s saw Japan in a fever pitch of political agitation where student protests were a frequent occurrence. A somewhat timely insight into radical protest and mass meetings from almost half a century ago, the film reveals the aftermath of protests and shares extremely rare footage of mass meetings that were held at universities.
The Collective Evolution 2 The Human Experience is a documentary focused on showing each of the dimensions to the experience we call life. The documentary does this by addressing exactly who we all are, and why we are here. It further delves into each of the key pieces that make up the human puzzle, namely the planet, the body, and the ego. The documentary concludes by addressing the shift in consciousness that has already begun and continues to intensify on the planet. It's intention is to further provide the viewer with the tools and understanding it needs to step out of current limitations and instead experience the infinite potentiality we are all capable of.
The Cool Stuff Collective is a British children's television programme, which was produced for three series that aired on the ITV Network and CITV respectively from 13 September 2010 to 24 December 2011. The show featured reviews of the latest and forthcoming video games, gadgets, films and music. It was originally presented Sy Thomas for the first two series, who was later replaced by Vicky Letch and The Blowfish for its third and final series.