While filming gurus in America for a documentary, director Vikram Gandhi became convinced that they had no inherent holiness. Taking this thought a step further, Gandhi grew out his hair and beard and (being from New Jersey) put on an Indian accent, reinventing himself as a guru named Sri Kumaré.
Looking for movies to watch with your dad this month?
Through exclusive interviews with Mos Def, Run-DMC, Ice Cube and many more, Ice-T brings you a fresh take on rap’s history and craft in Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap.
Coming out July 6th: The Queen of Versailles, a documentary about how the owners of America’s largest home adjust to the failing economy.
With the Olympics gearing up and the Pacquiao v. Bradley fight making headlines, The FreeStyle Life brings you 10 Knockout Boxing Movies.
While the American military has been under intense scrutiny for its treatment of prisoners and homosexual soldiers, there is another dark secret the most powerful institution in the world has been hiding. #NotInvisible #Freedom
Since the 1970s, Marina Abramovic has pushed and redefined the boundaries of performance art with her shocking displays. Gain fresh insight into the Serbian artist’s latest project in the documentary Marina Abramović The Artist is Present.
Self taught cameraman Emad Burnat puts more than his equipment’s safety on the line in his award winning documentary Five Broken Cameras.
Five Broken Cameras trailer can be watched here:
The FreeStyle Life released Sarita Siegel’s Award Winning documentary The Disenchanted Forest. With Brooke Shields narrating, this orangutan doc provides fresh insight into the field of primatology and follows a group of remarkable individuals who are teaching orphaned orangutans the knowledge and social behavior they need in order to be reintegrated into the rainforest.
The Disenchanted Forest can be watched at:
Even in his 80s, Harry Belafonte shows why he is more than the “King of Calypso” in Susanne Rostock’s documentary Sing Your Song.