With The Grossmyth Company (Sorted by US Box Office Ascending)
1. Bobby (I) (2006)
R | 117 min | Biography, Drama, History
The story of the assassination of U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, who was shot in the early morning hours of June 5, 1968 in the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California, and twenty-two people in the hotel, whose lives were never the same.
Votes: 40,273 | Gross: $11.24M
2. The Story Behind Baadasssss!: The Birth of Black Cinema (2004 Video)
22 min | Documentary, Short
3. Truman Capote: Answered Prayers (2006 Video)
7 min | Documentary, Short
A short documentary looking at how the film Capote was developed, the motivations of those involved, and insights from Gerald Clarke, Capote's friend and biographer.
13. Sleuth: Inspector Black - Make-up Secrets Revealed (2008 Video)
3 min | Documentary, Short
15. The Call: Emergency Procedures: Making the Film 'The Call' (2013 Video)
15 min | Short
A piece that features cast and crew discussing the the idea to explore 911 call takers, casting, shooting inside car trunks, makeup and prosthetics, and the film's ending. Cast and crew ... See full summary »
16. The Call: Inside the Stunts (2013 Video)
7 min | Short
A closer look at making a few stunts, including a scene inside a parking garage, shooting a fall down a trap door, working with prop and real shovels, and setting fire to a stuntman.
19. Redbelt: Behind the Scenes (2008 Video)
19 min | Documentary, Short
This making-of piece featuring cast and crew discussing various aspects of the film, beginning with a brief "in praise of" look at the work of David Mamet and moving into the basics of the ... See full summary »
20. Redbelt: Inside Mixed Martial Arts (2008 Video)
19 min | Documentary, Short, Sport
This making-of piece is an examination of the world of Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts, beginning with Mamet's own love of the sport (he's a purple belt) and moving into the histories and philosophies of each sport.
21. Redbelt: Q&A with David Mamet (2008 Video)
26 min | Documentary, Short
A sit-down Q&A interview with the director as he answers various questions about the film. He calls Redbelt a "fight film" and describes his thoughts on why the movie works as such. Mamet ... See full summary »