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BAFTA Awards

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Life and Nothing But

$23.95 | 28 minutes

Best Film not in the English Language

Drama about the relationship that develops between two people as they put their lives back together in post-World War I France. Major Dellaplane is a stoic soldier given the unenviable task of locating over 300,000 MIA's. Irene is a snobby socialite trying to find her missing husband, who&hellip…

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Berlin International Film Festival

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Drugstore Cowboy

$10.95 | 104 minutes

C.I.C.A.E. Award, Forum of New Cinema

DRUGSTORE COWBOY was one of a group of films that led to the explosion of American independent cinema. Director Gus Van Sant generally maintains his highly stylized vision, regardless of a film's budget. His later films continue to illustrate the dreamlike moments contained in highly disturbing&hellip…

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David di Donatello Awards

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Life and Nothing But

$23.95 | 28 minutes

Best Foreign Actor

Drama about the relationship that develops between two people as they put their lives back together in post-World War I France. Major Dellaplane is a stoic soldier given the unenviable task of locating over 300,000 MIA's. Irene is a snobby socialite trying to find her missing husband, who joined the army to&hellip…

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Deauville Festival of American Film

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Eating

$21.95 | 110 minutes

Critics Award(Nominee)

A group of women at a birthday party sit around and reveal their feelings about food, life, and each other. Shot in an appealing verite style&hellip&hellip…

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Metropolitan

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Critics Award

A chronicle of the social scene of a group of young Park Avenue socialites and their vanishing debutante scene. Into thier midst comes an outsider, a radical from the socially alien west side. But, because of an escort shortage he is welcomed into their group by the dominant, arrogant leader and his charming girlfriend&hellip…

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Independent Spirit Awards

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Drugstore Cowboy

$10.95 | 104 minutes

Best Female Lead(Nominee)
Best Feature(Nominee)
Best Director(Nominee)
Best Supporting Male
Best Screenplay
Best Male Lead
Best Cinematography

DRUGSTORE COWBOY was one of a group of films that led to the explosion of American independent cinema. Director Gus Van Sant generally maintains his highly stylized&hellip…

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International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg

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Strangers in Good Company

$21.95 | 105 minutes

Grand Prize
Interfilm Award

A story about a seven remarkable older women who find themselves stranded in a remote location. Forced to share an abandoned cabin and work together for survival, they turn their escapade into a truly magical adventure&hellip&hellip…

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Locarno International Film Festival

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Metropolitan

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Silver Leopard
Golden Leopard(Nominee)

A chronicle of the social scene of a group of young Park Avenue socialites and their vanishing debutante scene. Into thier midst comes an outsider, a radical from the socially alien west side. But, because of an escort shortage he is welcomed into their group by the dominant, arrogant&hellip…

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Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards

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Life and Nothing But

$23.95 | 28 minutes

Best Foreign Film

Drama about the relationship that develops between two people as they put their lives back together in post-World War I France. Major Dellaplane is a stoic soldier given the unenviable task of locating over 300,000 MIA's. Irene is a snobby socialite trying to find her missing husband, who joined the army to escape&hellip…

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National Film Preservation Board

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Harlan County, USA

$34.95 | 104 minutes

National Registry

Harlan County, USA Strike DVD is a Barbara Kopple had made no other film than this documentary account of the 1974 strike of Kentucky mine workers, arguably one of the finest documentaries ever made in the U.S. and possibly the best on the problems of organized labor, her place in film history would be assured&hellip…

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National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Drugstore Cowboy

$10.95 | 104 minutes

Best Screenplay
Best Film
Best Director

DRUGSTORE COWBOY was one of a group of films that led to the explosion of American independent cinema. Director Gus Van Sant generally maintains his highly stylized vision, regardless of a film's budget. His later films continue to illustrate the dreamlike moments contained in highly&hellip…

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New York Film Critics Circle Awards

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Metropolitan

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Best New Director

A chronicle of the social scene of a group of young Park Avenue socialites and their vanishing debutante scene. Into thier midst comes an outsider, a radical from the socially alien west side. But, because of an escort shortage he is welcomed into their group by the dominant, arrogant leader and his charming&hellip…

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New Zealand Film and TV Awards

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An Angel at My Table

$34.95 | 158 minutes

Best Cinematography
Best Screenplay
Best Actress
Best Film
Best Supporting Actor

This sprawling, detailed film by Jane Campion (THE PIANO) tells the true story of Janet Frame, a painfully sensitive girl who managed to escape a dreary rural upbringing and eight years in a mental hospital to become New Zealand's&hellip…

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Sundance Film Festival

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Metropolitan

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic(Nominee)

A chronicle of the social scene of a group of young Park Avenue socialites and their vanishing debutante scene. Into thier midst comes an outsider, a radical from the socially alien west side. But, because of an escort shortage he is welcomed into their group by the dominant, arrogant leader&hellip…

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Toronto International Film Festival

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Resident Alien

$15.95 | 85 minutes

Gay pioneer Quentin Crisp's life in New York City is chronicled in this ragingly funny documentary featuring Sting, John Hurt, Holly Woodlawn, Fran Leibowitz and more&hellip&hellip…

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An Angel at My Table

$34.95 | 158 minutes

International Critics' Award (FIPRESCI)

This sprawling, detailed film by Jane Campion (THE PIANO) tells the true story of Janet Frame, a painfully sensitive girl who managed to escape a dreary rural upbringing and eight years in a mental hospital to become New Zealand's premier poet. The film unfolds as a trilogy, with each section&hellip…

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Valladolid International Film Festival

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An Angel at My Table

$34.95 | 158 minutes

Best Actress

This sprawling, detailed film by Jane Campion (THE PIANO) tells the true story of Janet Frame, a painfully sensitive girl who managed to escape a dreary rural upbringing and eight years in a mental hospital to become New Zealand's premier poet. The film unfolds as a trilogy, with each section based on a different&hellip…

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Vancouver International Film Festival

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Strangers in Good Company

$21.95 | 105 minutes

Most Popular Canadian Film

A story about a seven remarkable older women who find themselves stranded in a remote location. Forced to share an abandoned cabin and work together for survival, they turn their escapade into a truly magical adventure&hellip&hellip…

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Venice International Film Festival

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An Angel at My Table

$34.95 | 158 minutes

OCIC Award
Grand Special Jury Prize

This sprawling, detailed film by Jane Campion (THE PIANO) tells the true story of Janet Frame, a painfully sensitive girl who managed to escape a dreary rural upbringing and eight years in a mental hospital to become New Zealand's premier poet. The film unfolds as a trilogy, with each section&hellip…

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