Joe Dante at IFFR
The Second Civil War
Black comedy about the near future of the USA when a billion immigrants are living there. Political satire made by Dante for TV with Beau Bridges, Elizabeth Peña, James Earl Jones, James Coburn, Joanna Cassidy, Dennis Leary et al.
Edgar G. Ulmer - The Man Off-Screen
A homage to the King of the B Movie: Edgar G. Ulmer. In the 1920s he was a set designer, production designer and/or co-director for people like Max Reinhardt, F.W. Murnau, Fritz Lang and Ernst Lubitsch.
Masters of Horror: Homecoming
Part of a 13 part series. Where other directors chose for ` blood and Gore' Dante committed himself with the worrying reality with brilliant and anti-Iraq-War horror that shakes up the insensitivity and hypocrisy of the Bush White House: Iraq veterans stand up from the dead and sabotage the American elections.
The Movie Orgy − Ultimate Version
During the late sixties, Dante performed all-nighters, remixing B-movies, commercials, instructional films, etc. This now makes up the The Movie Orgy – Ultimate Version.
Five-part horror story by five grandmasters of the nightmare: slash, splatter and gore of the very highest quality. Five strangers meet in a deserted cinema, where The Projectionist (Mickey Rourke) decides what you watch. In the show that follows, they are confronted by their deepest fears and secrets.