Following in the footsteps of classic independent films like Clerks and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Slut in a Good Way follows three teenage girls exploring their first taste of freedom: Charlotte, the recently heartbroken, Megane, the anti-love anarchist, and Aube, a virgin who dreams of love — all three smitten by the guys at the “Toy Depot.” After applying for their first part-time job at the store during this one fateful summer, the three girls experience for the very first time what it is like to make their own decisions and their resulting consequences.
Marina Franklin returns to her Chicago roots to celebrate and unpack what it means to be ‘woke’ in these confusing and tumultuous times. Franklin offers us a hilarious yet honest glimpse into the challenges of navigating America’s complex blah blah blah.. oh yeah and dating.
Based on a true story, Ruta Madre chronicles the magical odyssey of Daniel, a talented young Mexican-American singer, and his cynical uncle Rodrigo. After his first love breaks his heart, Daniel reluctantly leaves his home in San Diego, California and embarks on an epic road trip through Baja with his uncle in order to reconnect with his Mexican roots and find himself. Ruta Madre is a cinematic love letter to Mexico that conveys a resounding message of love, family and a celebration of culture.
Tone simply wants to live in a world where Alaska is cold, student loans are paid, and jelly is free. He’s finally found the one place his uncompromising view of this unfair world can’t be stopped.
It’s Showtime at the Apollo was a music and comedy television show first broadcast in 1987 and ending in 2008, with over 1000 episodes. The show featured live performances from both professional musicians and comedians. Made popular at the famous Apollo Theater in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, it also featured the Amateur Night Competition, which became a platform to showcase up-and-coming artists.
Comedian Jermaine Fowler performs his first ever stand-up special, poking fun at his life in hilarious detail. From being raised by his young parents to growing up with a brother his family thought was mentally challenged.
In this special filmed in both Lebanon and America, Nemr puts together an hour of uproarious comedy capturing thousands of people from the Middle East and America laughing at the same jokes, told by the same man. From his childhood in America, to his later years in Lebanon, Nemr recounts his life and touches on childhood, family, relationships, religion, war and the power of perspective.
Taped in front of two sold out crowds at the Studebaker Theater in his hometown of Chicago; this stand up comedy special is the culmination of Barry’s real life experiences interwoven with over fifteen years as a stand up comic.
SNL alum Finesse Mitchell returns to the stage in Glendale, Ca. with his new one hour comedy special about adjusting to “LA” life, staying out of night clubs and juggling the non-stop demands of marriage, fatherhood and adult-ing.
A new comedy series that delivers a next generation twist on stand-up. An entertaining hour where reality meets stand-up comedy via performances and profiles of the next generation of great African American comics. We Got Next takes you into the talent scout lab of Bob Sumner (Founder/Producer/Lead Talent Scout of Def Comedy Jam series with Russell Simmons on HBO) as he sets out to answer the question, “Who’s next?”
Nick Cannon and his crew take their act on the road in this series, which opens with the tour kickoff in Bloomsburg, Pa.
Free to Laugh is a short documentary about the power of comedy after prison. The film follows a comedy workshop teaching improv and stand up to women on parole and probation – an underrepresented community and a voice seldom heard. Free to Laugh exposes the deep connection between tragedy and comedy and how humor is a part of redemption and reinvention.
Rising comedy star Tiffany Haddish takes the stage in her hometown of Los Angeles to tackle subjects ranging from her early days in foster care and being bullied on the playground, to getting her revenge on ex-boyfriends and introducing Will and Jada Pinkett Smith to Groupon. With a bold and unique style of comedy and her refreshingly positive outlook on life, Haddish proves she ready for the spotlight! No schema found.
Sasheer Zamata’s “PIZZA MIND” will give viewers food for thought. In this all-new stand-up special, Sasheer covers a spectrum of topics, from drugs to relationships, Disney racism to politics – nothing is off limits. This multi-talented comedian incorporates different performance elements to express her opinions and dive into her personal life, truly giving you a piece of her mind.
Comedienne, Shawn Pelofsky, stirs things up with her tales of growing up Jewish in Oklahoma, traveling to war zones and sailing on gay male cruises.
After a multiyear hiatus, venerable funnyman-about-town Sinbad hits the stage hard, delivering the lowdown but keeping it clean in this housequaking stand-up special. Named one of Comedy Central’s “100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time,” Sinbad is in his element as he speaks truth to the burning subjects of the day, from poverty and politics to where he’s been keeping himself all this time.
In “Champion”, indomitable Steve Byrne brings the high-energy flair that earned him a nod as one of the best comics in the history of the Comedy Central Standup.
Straight from “The Monique Show,” Rodney Perry delivers in this outrageous comedy filmed in Birmingham, Alabama. It’s a stand up and shout performance as he talks about life, family and marriage.
In his follow up to his tremendously successful debut comedy special ‘Mr. Showbiz,’ the comic-actor-musician-host responds to anyone who’s ever said: ‘F#ck Nick Cannon.’ A recent health scare has changed how he sees the world and he is here to share his unique perspective on getting older, raising his children, and living with his famous wife (Mariah Carey). Nick Cannon doesn’t care what the haters think, and that’s what gives him his hilarious edge. Taped at the River Rock Casino in Vancouver, BC.
Filmed live at the Ebony Repertory Theatre in South Central Los Angeles, Nick Cannon is back in the community for his third special “Stand Up, Don’t Shoot!” Nick uses his potent and aggressive voice to attack societies adversities, haters, and nay sayers. Complete with Nick kissing an older white lady, Nick discusses everything from the controversial times we’re living in, to how getting old affects his dating. Plus, he gives the scoop on how a trip to Australia was the straw that broke the kangaroo’s back in his marriage with Mariah Carey.