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Scott Stein
MEAN MARTIN MANNING
Christopher Largen
JUNK
David A. Brensilver
ExecTV
Andrew Thomas Breslin
MOTHERS MILK
Can a grumpy old man, who hasn’t left his apartment in 30 years and just wants to be left alone, stand up to a relentlessly well-meaning social worker and her enforcers? He can. But to win this epic battle of wills, he’ll need to call on a lifetime of stubbornness and downright meanness, a patience rarely seen, and more than a little luck. (More...)
A riotous exploration of prohibition policies, told through the narrative lens of a future America in which the government outlaws junk food in response to widespread obesity. (More...)
Fast-forwarding reality TV to its logical extreme, an unemployed documentary filmmaker extraordinaire arranges to have an execution broadcast live on pay-per-view television, in as flamboyant a form as his bizarre vision can conjure to amuse the masses. (More...)
A young, emphatically non-idealistic attorney finds herself in Washington, DC, working for a group of radical nutrition advocates with a passionate distaste for cow milk. Little does she suspect that their militant intolerance for lactose is a reaction to a secret global conspiracy orchestrated by the dairy industry, itself a puppet of alien masters from a distant planet orbiting the star Vega. (More...)