Documentaries by The Ross Brothers

The Ross Brothers are an American filmmaking team whose credits include the award-winning films 45365 (2009), Tchoupitoulas (2012), Western (2015), Contemporary Color (2017), and Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets (2020).
3.14.2022
1. Bloody Nose, Empty PocketsUnited StatesDocumentary1 Hour 38 Mins

Meet the regulars of a closing Las Vegas dive bar as they spend one more bittersweet and debaucherous night telling stories, downing well whisky, and drunk singing. Tomorrow this family of misfits will have lost a home, but for now they drink.

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2. Contemporary ColorUnited StatesDocumentary1 Hour 37 Mins

In the summer of 2015, legendary musician David Byrne staged an event at Brooklyn's Barclays Center to celebrate the creativity of color guard: synchronized dance routines involving flags, rifles, and sabers, colloquially known as “the sport of the arts”; featuring performances from St. Vincent, Nelly Furtado, Dev Hynes, Zola Jesus, Ad-Rock, tUnE-yArDs and Ira Gla, the end result is CONTEMPORARY COLOR, a bold and irrepressible snapshot of a one-of-a-kind live experience.

3. WesternUnited StatesDocumentary1 Hour 33 Mins

In Eagle Pass, TX, where the US and Mexico meet along the Rio Grande, a cattleman and the mayor face the dawn of a new reality plagued by cartel violence and border closures. Amongst these struggles, a rich tapestry of life emerges along the border.

4. TchoupitoulasUnited StatesDocumentary1 Hour 22 Mins

TCHOUPITOULAS is a lyrical documentary that follows three adolescent brothers as they journey through one night in New Orleans, encountering a vibrant kaleidoscope of dancers, musicians, hustlers, and revelers parading through the lamplit streets. The filmmakers fully immerse us into the New Orleans night, passing through many lively and luminous locations and introducing us to the people who make the city their home.

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