Sam Green’s intimate portrait of pioneering experimental composer and musician Annea Lockwood gives a glimpse into the enthralling world of sound that she has been creating and exploring for many years.

2021, 33 minutes, Color, NTSC

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32 Sounds Blu-Ray DVD

An immersive documentary and profound sensory experience from filmmaker Sam Green that explores the elemental phenomenon of sound. The film is a meditation on the power of sound to bend time, cross borders, and profoundly shape our perception of the world around us.

Winner, Best Non-Fiction Film, Cinema Eye Honors, 2024

Winner, Best Documentary, Cinema Audio Society Awards 2024

2024 Academy Award Shortlist

2022, 99 Minutes, Color, NTSC

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A Thousand Thoughts Poster

Snag a screen-printed poster from our limited run of 100, individually signed by the Kronos Quartet and directors Sam Green and Joe Bini!

Dimensions: 18×24″ [Detail]

Synopsis: Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Sam Green (The Weather Underground), in collaboration with Emmy Award®-winning writer and editor Joe Bini (Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired, Grizzly Man), takes the stage with the legendary classical-music group Kronos Quartet to create a “live documentary” that chronologically unfolds the quartet’s groundbreaking, continent-spanning, multi-decade career. Wildly creative and experimental in form, A Thousand Thoughts is a meditation on music itself-the act of listening closely to music, the experience of feeling music deeply, and the power that music has to change the world. More information.

The Weather Underground

The Oscar-nominated documentary about Bill Ayers.

Fueled by outrage over racism and the Vietnam War, the Weather Underground waged a low-level war against the government throughout much of the 1970s—bombing the Capitol building, breaking Timothy Leary out of prison, and evading one of the largest FBI manhunts in history. The Weather Underground is a feature-length documentary that explores the rise and fall of this radical movement, as former members speak candidly about the idealistic passion that drove them to “bring the war home.” Starring Bernardine Dohrn, Bill Ayers, Mark Rudd, David Gilbert, Brian Flanagan, Laura Whitehorn, Naomi Jaffe Kathleen Cleaver and Todd Gitlin.

Special Director’s Cut features extra footage not included in the original release! You can’t get this at Netflix or Blockbuster!

93 min. B/W & color. NTSC

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The Universal Language

This 30-minute film traces the history of Esperanto, an artificial language that was created in the late 1800s by a Polish eye doctor who believed that if everyone in the world spoke a common tongue, humanity could overcome racism and war. Fittingly, the word esperanto means “one who hopes.” During the early 20th century, hundreds of thousands of people around the world spoke Esperanto and believed in its ideals. Today, surprisingly, a vibrant Esperanto movement still exists. In this first-ever documentary about Esperanto, Green creates a portrait of the language and those who speak it today that is at once humorous, poignant, stirring, and ultimately hopeful.

Subtitles in 19 different languages! Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Maltese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish.

Plus several extra features: “Leo Sakaguchi – Native Speaker,” “Yokohama Portraits – extended mix,” and “Summer Night by Kalman Kalocsay.”

A portion of the proceeds of each DVD sale go to Esperanto projects: Filmoj Sen Limoj and Partoprenu IJK fonduso.

The Rainbow Man / John 3:16

The breakthrough film now available on DVD

Millions of Americans have seen Rollen Frederick Stewart, a.k.a. “Rainbow Man,” a man who achieved notoriety during the late 70s by appearing in the crowd at thousands of televised sporting events wearing his trademark rainbow-colored afro wig. Later, after he became a born-again Christian, he added a sign reading “John 3:16.” Over the years, grabbing the attention of the media became an obsession for Stewart. He abandoned his home and marriage to roam the country living out of his car, studying TV Guide each week in a never-ending quest to stay televised… with tragic consequences. “More than an exploration of life, The Rainbow Man is a parable about alienation, the media, and the meaninglessness that often defines American life.” – Trevor Groth, Sundance Film Festival

DVD also includes the short films:

  • Pie Fight ’69 (w/ Christian Bruno)
  • The Fabulous Stains: Behind the Movie (w/ Sarah Jacobson)
  • N Judah 5:30

70 min. feature + short films. NTSC

Combo Deal

For $50 you get three DVDs: The Weather Underground, The Rainbow Man/John 3:16, plus lot 63, grave c.

A new 10-minute documentary about Meredith Hunter, the teenager who was killed by Hell’s Angels at the Rolling Stones’ notorious Altamont concert in 1969. Altamont came to symbolize for many the end of the 1960s—the end of a hopeful era. Meredith Hunter was a mystery then, and now has been all but forgotten.

Collection of Short Films – Institutional Package

This 5-DVD collection of short films by Sam Green has been purchased by numerous university libraries.

The set includes a collection of award-winning films:

  • The Rainbow Man/John 3:16
  • The Universal Language
  • Utopia Part 3: The World’s Largest Shopping Mall
  • lot 63, grave c
  • Clear Glasses