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Academy Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Oscar, Best Original Screenplay(Nominee)
Oscar, Best Actress

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski&hellip…

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

Oscar, Best Feature Documentary(Nominee)

The Oscar-nominated documentary film WAR PHOTOGRAPHER is a harrowing journey into the world of renowned photojournalist James Nachtwey. Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei fearlessly trails Nachtwey into the front lines of violence and human suffering in areas including Kosovo, Indonesia, and&hellip…

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AFI Film Festival

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7th Street

$19.95 | 72 minutes

The Feature documentary 7TH STREET draws the viewer into a neighborhood that most people were one too afraid to enter. An area that most people only heard rumors about. Alphabet City in NYC's East Village, the drug capital of the East Coast. A place where only those who had no place to go ended up&hellip…

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AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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Prom Night in Kansas City

$15.95 | 54 minutes

Experiences of high school prom night seem to fall into two distinct, warring factions: Firstly, come the popular kids, who love to dress up, get a date, and go to the prom to have the one of the greatest nights of their lives. Secondly, come the awkward kids, who detest the prom and can't imagine anything worse than attending it. Filmmaker&hellip&hellip…

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Love the Hard Way

$11.95 | 104 minutes

Stylish, gritty, and utterly New York City, LOVE THE HARD WAY is a slice-of-life film that pairs two total opposites in a test of wills. Jack (Adrien Brody) is a cocky young bad boy, living in a loft in the Bronx, driving a rundown car, listening to loud hip-hop, and running small scams with a close-knit group of two-bit criminals. He&hellip&hellip…

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ALMA Awards

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Amores Perros

$7.95 | 153 minutes

Outstanding Foreign Film

Alejandro Gonzalez Iniarritu makes an electrifying directorial debut with AMORES PERROS, an energetic, assured motion picture that jumps off the screen with a seemingly boundless energy. Told in three separate chapters--OCTAVIO AND SUSANA, DANIEL AND VALERIA, and EL CHIVO AND MARU--the film deals with&hellip…

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Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Silver Scream Award

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of…

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Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival

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The Trials of Henry Kissinger

$14.95 | 80 minutes

Amnesty International DOEN Award

THE TRIALS OF HENRY KISSINGER, a documentary based on the book by British journalist Christopher Hitchens, argues that Kissinger, the former U.S. Secretary of State and the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, was a power-hungry warmonger responsible for massive military cover-ups in Vietnam, Cambodia&hellip…

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Argentinean Film Critics Association Awards

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In the Mood for Love

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Silver Condor, Best Foreign Film

IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE centers around Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung) and Su Li-Zhen (Maggie Cheung), neighbors living in a crowded apartment building in 1962 Hong Kong. Both married to people who are always away, they spend many nights home alone. The two make each other's acquaintance and soon find that&hellip…

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Atlanta Film Festival

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See How They Run

$15.95 | 60 minutes

Four years prior to California's 2003 gubernatorial recall, the Golden State played host to another raucous political race that captured the public imagination. In San Francisco's 1999 mayoral runoff, incumbent Mayor Willie Brown faced opposition from 12 different candidates in his second-term reelection bid--but none more daunting than&hellip&hellip…

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

SKINS, based on the novel by Adrian C. Louis, is the impressive second feature of Native American director Chris Eyre (SMOKE SIGNALS). Filmed on location at the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota, SKINS tells the story of Rudy (Eric Schweig), a policeman, and his older brother Mogie (Graham Greene of THE GREEN MILE)&hellip&hellip…

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Austin Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival

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Britney Baby, One More Time

$10.95 | 97 minutes

Aspiring filmmaker Dude Schmitz (AMERICAN MOVIE's Mark Borchardt) is in desperate need of money to finance his next feature film. After he blows a lucrative opportunity to interview pop singer Britney Spears for a local television station, he discovers Angel Benton (Robert Stephens), a gay Britney impersonator. Together with his brother&hellip&hellip…

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His Secret Life

$14.95 | 105 minutes

AGLIFF Award, Best Feature

When Antonia (Margherita Buy) loses her husband Massimo in a terrifying car accident, she is devastated. Taking care of necessary business after his death, she runs across a painting, a gift to her husband with a note attached indicating that Antonia's partner of 15 years had been indiscreet for seven&hellip…

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Avignon/New York Film Festival

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The Holy Land

$10.95 | 96 minutes

Le Roger, Best Feature

Mendy (Oren Rehany) is a young man living in Bnei Brak, Israel, struggling to keep his mind focused on rabbinical school. His family is supportive of him, and they realize that adolescence involves soul-searching and discontent. But his teacher sees that deep down Mendy is full of lust, and he tells Mendy&hellip…

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Awards of the Israeli Film Academy

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

Best Costume Design
Best Art Direction(Nominee)
Best Sound(Nominee)
Best Supporting Actor(Nominee)

In May 1948, a group of European Jewish refugees illegally sail to Palestine via the cargo freighter Kedma, arriving only a few days before the departure of British forces and the founding of the nation of Israel. Once&hellip…

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BAFTA Awards

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Amores Perros

$7.95 | 153 minutes

Best Film not in the English Language

Alejandro Gonzalez Iniarritu makes an electrifying directorial debut with AMORES PERROS, an energetic, assured motion picture that jumps off the screen with a seemingly boundless energy. Told in three separate chapters--OCTAVIO AND SUSANA, DANIEL AND VALERIA, and EL CHIVO AND MARU--the film&hellip…

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BAFTA Scotland Awards

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Best Actress

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR&hellip…

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Bavarian Film Awards

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Love the Hard Way

$11.95 | 104 minutes

Best Direction

Stylish, gritty, and utterly New York City, LOVE THE HARD WAY is a slice-of-life film that pairs two total opposites in a test of wills. Jack (Adrien Brody) is a cocky young bad boy, living in a loft in the Bronx, driving a rundown car, listening to loud hip-hop, and running small scams with a close-knit group of&hellip…

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Bergen International Film Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of time travel&hellip…

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The Trials of Henry Kissinger

$14.95 | 80 minutes

THE TRIALS OF HENRY KISSINGER, a documentary based on the book by British journalist Christopher Hitchens, argues that Kissinger, the former U.S. Secretary of State and the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, was a power-hungry warmonger responsible for massive military cover-ups in Vietnam, Cambodia, and East Timor in the 1960s, as well&hellip&hellip…

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September 11

$19.95 | 128 minutes

A reaction piece to the United States' terrorist attack on September 11 2001, this controversial film calls upon eleven directors from various countries to contribute 11-minute 9-second films about the event. Variously political, violent, disturbing, abstract, opinionated, angered, or forgiving, each film is drastically different from&hellip&hellip…

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Berlin International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Golden Berlin Bear(Nominee)
Silver Berlin Bear, Best Actress

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski&hellip…

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

Golden Berlin Bear(Nominee)

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her booth&hellip…

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Bermuda International Film Festival

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Blue Vinyl

$21.95 | 98 minutes

Documentary Prize

Curious filmmaker Judith Helfand decided to follow up some doubts she had about PVC (polyvinyl chloride) when her parents took the step of coating their house with it. Taking her camera and co-director Daniel B. Gold with her, Helfand hit the road and headed to Louisiana, which is responsible for the bulk of&hellip…

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Big Muddy Film Festival

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Hurt and Save

$7.95 | 22 minutes

Honorable Mention

Four years ago, Tom Haslett left his job as a dairy farmer to pursue a career selling adjustable-beds. He was attracted to the profession, he says, because he "wanted to help people a bit." Now, he's one of his company's top-grossing salesmen. Hurt & Save follows Tom as he ventures into the sanctity of people's&hellip…

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Black Reel Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Actress

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution of a&hellip…

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Blue Ribbon Awards

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JSA - Joint Security Area

$19.95 | minutes

Best Foreign Language Film

This Korean thriller mines the historic tension between North and South Korea over activity in the JSA, the Joint Security Area, a region guarded by armies from both counties. When two North Korean soldiers are found dead there, it sets off a political chain of events that threatens to plunge the countries&hellip…

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Bodil Awards

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In the Mood for Love

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Best Non-American Film(Nominee)

IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE centers around Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung) and Su Li-Zhen (Maggie Cheung), neighbors living in a crowded apartment building in 1962 Hong Kong. Both married to people who are always away, they spend many nights home alone. The two make each other's acquaintance and soon find that&hellip…

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Amores Perros

$7.95 | 153 minutes

Best Non-American Film(Nominee)

Alejandro Gonzalez Iniarritu makes an electrifying directorial debut with AMORES PERROS, an energetic, assured motion picture that jumps off the screen with a seemingly boundless energy. Told in three separate chapters--OCTAVIO AND SUSANA, DANIEL AND VALERIA, and EL CHIVO AND MARU--the film deals&hellip…

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Traffic

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Best American Film(Nominee)

Steven Soderbergh followed up his critical and commercial smash ERIN BROCKOVICH with this wildly exhilarating exploration of the complex, multilayered international drug problem. The film tells three seemingly disparate stories that loosely intersect and overlap, unfurling at a frantic, relentless pace&hellip…

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Movie of the Year(Nominee)
AFI Actress of the Year(Nominee)

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski&hellip…

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Brasilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

Audience Award
Best Actor
Best Cinematography
Best Editing
Best Film
Critics Award
Special Jury Award

Set in the sizeable city of Recife in Brazil, MANGO YELLOW is a tale of hardship, romance, and ordinary lives. The principle characters center around the Texas Motel, a rundown retreat that attracts a variety&hellip…

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Bratislava International Film Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Grand Prix(Nominee)

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN&hellip…

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British Independent Film Awards

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Most Promising Newcomer(Nominee)
Best Screenplay(Nominee)
Best Director(Nominee)
Best British Independent Film(Nominee)
Best Achievement in Production(Nominee)
Best Technical Achievement
Best Actress

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized&hellip…

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Best Foreign Film(Nominee)

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably&hellip…

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Best Actor(Nominee)

Following 1999's Oscar-nominated period piece TOPSY-TURVY, acclaimed filmmaker Mike Leigh returns to the familiar terrain of modern, working-class London with ALL OR NOTHING. Yet another bittersweet slice-of-life drama conceived in Leigh's now legendary improvisational style, ALL OR NOTHING follows a group&hellip…

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Brno Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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His Secret Life

$14.95 | 105 minutes

When Antonia (Margherita Buy) loses her husband Massimo in a terrifying car accident, she is devastated. Taking care of necessary business after his death, she runs across a painting, a gift to her husband with a note attached indicating that Antonia's partner of 15 years had been indiscreet for seven of them. She tracks down his lover&hellip&hellip…

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Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

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In the Mood for Love

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Best Foreign Language Film(Nominee)

IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE centers around Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung) and Su Li-Zhen (Maggie Cheung), neighbors living in a crowded apartment building in 1962 Hong Kong. Both married to people who are always away, they spend many nights home alone. The two make each other's acquaintance and soon find&hellip…

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Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film

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The Guy Maddin Collection

$27.95 | 187 minutes

Short Film(Special Mention)

A collection of three films from cult director Guy Maddin. In TWILIGHT OF THE ICE NYMPHS (1997), Shelly Duvall (POPEYE) and Frank Gorshin (BATMAN: THE MOVIE) star in a tale of passion and fantasy set in a far away land where the sun always shines. ARCHANGEL (1990) is a story of obsessive love in a war-torn&hellip…

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Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema

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The Inner Tour

$15.95 | 94 minutes

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz's THE INNER TOUR is a deeply affecting documentary that addresses the Middle Eastern conflict with a penetrating eye. The film follows a group of Palestinians as they embark on a three-day bus tour through Israel in 2000, just months before the historical Arab-Israeli war recommenced. What at first appears to be&hellip&hellip…

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her booth, then falls in love with her by watching&hellip&hellip…

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Calgary International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Cambridge Film Festival

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions of dead people. As these terrifying visions become more frequent, Mun turns&hellip&hellip…

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Canadian Society of Cinematographers Awards

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Lost and Delirious

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Best Cinematography in Theatrical Feature

The story of three roommates at a private school for girls, LOST AND DELIRIOUS centers on Mary (Mischa Barton), who is shy and lonely, having spun on a downward spiral ever since the death of her mother three years before. But when she arrives at prep school and meets her new roommates&hellip…

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Cannes Film Festival

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Searching for Debra Winger

$10.95 | 99 minutes

Actress Rosanna Arquette directs this insightful documentary in which she interviews dozens of actresses in their thirties and beyond about they pressures they face in an industry which seems to provide fewer and fewer roles for women beyond their twenties. With commentary from women such as Salma Hayek, Jane Fonda, Vanessa Redgrave and&hellip&hellip…

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Decerne par la CICAE
Prix de la Jeunesse

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title&hellip…

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

The Oscar-nominated documentary film WAR PHOTOGRAPHER is a harrowing journey into the world of renowned photojournalist James Nachtwey. Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei fearlessly trails Nachtwey into the front lines of violence and human suffering in areas including Kosovo, Indonesia, and the West Bank. This noble and serene film eschews&hellip&hellip…

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

In May 1948, a group of European Jewish refugees illegally sail to Palestine via the cargo freighter Kedma, arriving only a few days before the departure of British forces and the founding of the nation of Israel. Once ashore they are received by the Palmach, Jewish fighters who help them evade arrest by British&hellip…

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Britney Baby, One More Time

$10.95 | 97 minutes

Aspiring filmmaker Dude Schmitz (AMERICAN MOVIE's Mark Borchardt) is in desperate need of money to finance his next feature film. After he blows a lucrative opportunity to interview pop singer Britney Spears for a local television station, he discovers Angel Benton (Robert Stephens), a gay Britney impersonator. Together with his brother&hellip&hellip…

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

Following 1999's Oscar-nominated period piece TOPSY-TURVY, acclaimed filmmaker Mike Leigh returns to the familiar terrain of modern, working-class London with ALL OR NOTHING. Yet another bittersweet slice-of-life drama conceived in Leigh's now legendary improvisational style, ALL OR NOTHING follows a group&hellip…

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Cesar Awards

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Traffic

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Best Foreign Film(Nominee)

Steven Soderbergh followed up his critical and commercial smash ERIN BROCKOVICH with this wildly exhilarating exploration of the complex, multilayered international drug problem. The film tells three seemingly disparate stories that loosely intersect and overlap, unfurling at a frantic, relentless pace&hellip…

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Cherbourg-Octeville Festival of Irish and British Film

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Following 1999's Oscar-nominated period piece TOPSY-TURVY, acclaimed filmmaker Mike Leigh returns to the familiar terrain of modern, working-class London with ALL OR NOTHING. Yet another bittersweet slice-of-life drama conceived in Leigh's now legendary improvisational style, ALL OR NOTHING follows a group of dysfunctional families living&hellip…

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Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

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In the Mood for Love

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Best Original Score(Nominee)
Best Foreign Language Film(Nominee)
Best Cinematography(Nominee)

IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE centers around Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung) and Su Li-Zhen (Maggie Cheung), neighbors living in a crowded apartment building in 1962 Hong Kong. Both married to people who are always away, they spend many nights&hellip…

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Actress(Nominee)

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution&hellip…

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Go Tigers!

$19.95 | 103 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

In the blue collar Ohio town of Massillon, the most important thing is high school football, and the frenzy around home team the Tigers is, as one resident observes, like "a cult... a religion." Shot on high-definition video, former Massillon resident Kenneth Carlson's documentary follows the three stars&hellip…

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Chicago International Film Festival

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See How They Run

$15.95 | 60 minutes

Silver Plaque, Documentary(Recipient)

Four years prior to California's 2003 gubernatorial recall, the Golden State played host to another raucous political race that captured the public imagination. In San Francisco's 1999 mayoral runoff, incumbent Mayor Willie Brown faced opposition from 12 different candidates in his second-term&hellip…

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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Venus Boyz

$21.95 | 103 minutes

German director Gabriel Baur (QUEEN OF BED) explores the world of drag kings, inter-sexed persons, and transgendered women in her documentary, VENUS BOYZ. Through in-depth interviews and clips of performances, the film focuses on biological women who push the boundaries of gender norms. Featuring drag kings Mo B. Dick, DRED Gerestant&hellip&hellip…

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CineKink NYC

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Preaching to the Perverted

$24.95 | 97 minutes

Best Feature(Audience Award)

UNRATED DIRECTOR'S CUT! MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY! BEST-SELLING DANCE SOUNDTRACK INCLUDES: FLUKE, THE ALOOF, WAY OUT WEST and OMNI TRIO! A young infiltrator, Peter (Christien Anholt), is dispatched by moral crusaders in Parliament to gather evidence for a private prosecution against fetish clubs operating&hellip…

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Cinema Novo

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Bangkok Dangerous

$7.95 | 105 minutes

Twin brothers Oxide and Danny Pang make their first feature together with this raw attack on the senses. BANGKOK DANGEROUS is like Pop Rocks candy: it leaves a funny taste in your mouth and the stinging pop is strangely alluring. It's a unique mixture of kinetic editing, textured visual sensuality, and aural assault. It's so incredibly&hellip&hellip…

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Cinema Writers Circle Awards

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In the Mood for Love

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Best Foreign Film

IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE centers around Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung) and Su Li-Zhen (Maggie Cheung), neighbors living in a crowded apartment building in 1962 Hong Kong. Both married to people who are always away, they spend many nights home alone. The two make each other's acquaintance and soon find that they have a&hellip…

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Cinemanila International Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Cinenygma-Luxembourg International Film Festival

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Audience Award

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of time…

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Cologne Fantasy Filmfest

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions of dead people. As these terrifying visions become more frequent, Mun turns&hellip&hellip…

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Copenhagen Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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Venus Boyz

$21.95 | 103 minutes

Audience Award, Lesbian Films

German director Gabriel Baur (QUEEN OF BED) explores the world of drag kings, inter-sexed persons, and transgendered women in her documentary, VENUS BOYZ. Through in-depth interviews and clips of performances, the film focuses on biological women who push the boundaries of gender norms. Featuring&hellip…

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Cork International Film Festival

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The Isle

$21.95 | 89 minutes

The eerily beautiful photography and melodic musical score of THE ISLE stand in odd contrast to the brutal horror story it tells. On the serene surface of a secluded bay float a series of candy-colored fishing houses, rented to men who seek an escape. The owner and operator of the village is a mute woman with a row boat who delivers her&hellip&hellip…

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Denver International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Dinard British Film Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Golden Hitchcock(Nominee)
Kodak Award for Best Cinematography

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure&hellip…

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Directors Guild of Canada

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Lost and Delirious

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Outstanding Achievement in a Feature Film(Nominee)

The story of three roommates at a private school for girls, LOST AND DELIRIOUS centers on Mary (Mischa Barton), who is shy and lonely, having spun on a downward spiral ever since the death of her mother three years before. But when she arrives at prep school and meets her new&hellip…

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East Lansing Film Festival

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See How They Run

$15.95 | 60 minutes

Four years prior to California's 2003 gubernatorial recall, the Golden State played host to another raucous political race that captured the public imagination. In San Francisco's 1999 mayoral runoff, incumbent Mayor Willie Brown faced opposition from 12 different candidates in his second-term reelection bid--but none more daunting than&hellip&hellip…

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Edinburgh International Film Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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Emmy Awards

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Southern Comfort

$15.95 | minutes

Outstanding Picture Editing for Non-Fiction Programming(Nominee)

For her film SOUTHERN COMFORT, veteran documentarian Kate Davis found a rare subject in Robert Eads, a 52-year-old female-to-male transsexual living in Tuccoa, Georgia. Eads, a charming, laconic cowboy apparently "male" enough to once be propositioned to join the&hellip…

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Empire Awards

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Traffic

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Best Actor(Nominee)
Best British Actress(Nominee)
Best Director(Nominee)

Steven Soderbergh followed up his critical and commercial smash ERIN BROCKOVICH with this wildly exhilarating exploration of the complex, multilayered international drug problem. The film tells three seemingly disparate stories that loosely intersect&hellip…

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Encounters: South African International Documentary Festival

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

Audience Award-Best Film

The Oscar-nominated documentary film WAR PHOTOGRAPHER is a harrowing journey into the world of renowned photojournalist James Nachtwey. Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei fearlessly trails Nachtwey into the front lines of violence and human suffering in areas including Kosovo, Indonesia, and the West Bank&hellip…

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European Film Awards

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Best Cinematographer(Nominee)
Best Actress(Nominee)

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role&hellip…

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Best Documentary Award(Nominee)

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with&hellip…

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Audience Award, Best Director(Nominee)
Best Director(Nominee)
Best Actor(Nominee)

Following 1999's Oscar-nominated period piece TOPSY-TURVY, acclaimed filmmaker Mike Leigh returns to the familiar terrain of modern, working-class London with ALL OR NOTHING. Yet another bittersweet slice-of-life drama conceived in Leigh's&hellip…

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European Union Film Festival

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Liam

$10.95 | 91 minutes

Originally produced for the B.B.C., director Stephen Frears masterfully crafts this poignant portrait of one family's attempt to stay afloat in impoverished 1930s England. The political, religious, and economic strife of pre-Word War II Liverpool is seen through the eyes of Liam (Anthony Burrows), a seven-year-old living with Dad (Ian&hellip&hellip…

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Secret Society

$17.95 | 89 minutes

An overweight young woman discovers her inner strength after she takes a job in a canning factory and joins a secret society of female Sumo wrestlers. Daisy (Charlotte Brittain) is self-conscious about her weight even though her husband Ken (Lee Ross) thinks she's the most beautiful woman on earth. After he's fired, Ken decides to make&hellip&hellip…

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Fantasy Filmfest

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions of dead people. As these terrifying visions become more frequent, Mun turns&hellip&hellip…

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Febiofest: International Film, Television and Video Festival

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Tales From the Gimli Hospital

$23.95 | 72 minutes

Set at the turn of the 20th century, this postmodern film explores a depraved game of upsmanship between two men. Two children visit their dying mother in a hospital. Then a relative tells them the Icelandic legend of Einar, the Lonely... In a small fishing village in Iceland a smallpox plague has disfigures its victims' faces&hellip&hellip…

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

SKINS, based on the novel by Adrian C. Louis, is the impressive second feature of Native American director Chris Eyre (SMOKE SIGNALS). Filmed on location at the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota, SKINS tells the story of Rudy (Eric Schweig), a policeman, and his older brother Mogie (Graham Greene of THE GREEN MILE)&hellip&hellip…

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

In May 1948, a group of European Jewish refugees illegally sail to Palestine via the cargo freighter Kedma, arriving only a few days before the departure of British forces and the founding of the nation of Israel. Once ashore they are received by the Palmach, Jewish fighters who help them evade arrest by British troops. Hiding amid the&hellip&hellip…

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Cool and Crazy

$12.95 | 89 minutes

The Berlevag Male Choir are a group of men who sing songs of spirituality in and around their home country of Norway. This documentary introduces audiences to this unique singing group. It also follows the singers as they prepare for a Russian tour. This portrait of the choir highlights both the talent on display as well as the deep bond&hellip&hellip…

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Time Regained

$23.95 | 158 minutes

In 1922 France, the writer Marcel Proust is on his deathbed, scenes from the past flashing before his eyes. But what he is remembering is not his own life; he has become the narrator in a past filled with the characters and places of his fictional world. Director and cowriter Raoul Ruiz has fashioned a multilayered, complex, nonlinear&hellip&hellip…

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Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Foreign Film-English Language(Nominee)

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger)&hellip…

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Florida Film Critics Circle Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Actor

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution of a black&hellip…

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Fotogramas de Plata

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In the Mood for Love

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Best Foreign Film

IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE centers around Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung) and Su Li-Zhen (Maggie Cheung), neighbors living in a crowded apartment building in 1962 Hong Kong. Both married to people who are always away, they spend many nights home alone. The two make each other's acquaintance and soon find that they have a&hellip…

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French Cinepanorama

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Jules et Jim

$34.95 | 105 minutes

JULES AND JIM is François Truffaut's intense, beautiful, enigmatic film about the lifelong friendship between two writers – French novelist Jim (Henri Serre) and Austrian children's author Jules (Oskar Werner) – and their mutual love for the eccentric Catherine (Jeanne Moreau). With artful black-and-white imagery, the&hellip&hellip…

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Life and Nothing But

$23.95 | 28 minutes

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 their marriage. Their&hellip&hellip…

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Fresh Bait

$10.95 | 112 minutes

Based on a true story, FRESH BAIT follows three accomplices as they try to make as much money as they can by any means necessary. The young and beautiful Nathalie (Marie Gillain) brings two men to an apartment for a sexual liaison, but they get far more than they bargained for when Eric (Olivier Sitruk) and Bruno (Bruno Putzulu) appear&hellip&hellip…

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Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

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Hurt and Save

$7.95 | 22 minutes

Four years ago, Tom Haslett left his job as a dairy farmer to pursue a career selling adjustable-beds. He was attracted to the profession, he says, because he "wanted to help people a bit." Now, he's one of his company's top-grossing salesmen. Hurt & Save follows Tom as he ventures into the sanctity of people's homes and bedrooms&hellip&hellip…

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Galway Film Fleadh

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Ayurveda: The Art of Being

$23.95 | 102 minutes

Audience Award, Best Feature Documentary

AYURVEDA: THE ART OF BEING, written and directed by Pan Nalin, takes viewers on a documentary journey through the history of this holistic from of health care and natural well-being. Partially based in methods of healing that identify incongruence in the body's energy, Ayurveda has roots&hellip…

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Gemini Awards

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

Best Direction in a Performing Arts Program
Best Performing Arts Program

This silent, black and white film, adapted from the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's interpretation of Bram Stoker's DRACULA, is Guy Maddin's dramatic masterpiece. It is an atmospheric, gothic work full of dance and eroticism, accompanied by Gustav Mahler's music&hellip…

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Genie Awards

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The Guy Maddin Collection

$27.95 | 187 minutes

Best Live Action Short Drama

A collection of three films from cult director Guy Maddin. In TWILIGHT OF THE ICE NYMPHS (1997), Shelly Duvall (POPEYE) and Frank Gorshin (BATMAN: THE MOVIE) star in a tale of passion and fantasy set in a far away land where the sun always shines. ARCHANGEL (1990) is a story of obsessive love in a&hellip…

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Lost and Delirious

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Best Achievement in Cinematography
Best Screenplay(Nominee)
Best Supporting Actress(Nominee)

The story of three roommates at a private school for girls, LOST AND DELIRIOUS centers on Mary (Mischa Barton), who is shy and lonely, having spun on a downward spiral ever since the death of her mother three years before. But&hellip…

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Gent Viewpoint Documentary Film Festival

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

Canvas Prize

The Oscar-nominated documentary film WAR PHOTOGRAPHER is a harrowing journey into the world of renowned photojournalist James Nachtwey. Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei fearlessly trails Nachtwey into the front lines of violence and human suffering in areas including Kosovo, Indonesia, and the West Bank. This noble&hellip…

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Gerardmer International Fantasy Film Festival

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Premiere Award

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of time…

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Get Real: City Pages Documentary Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Glitter Awards

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Burnt Money

$14.95 | 125 minutes

Best Feature voted by the US Gay Film Festivals

When two gay thugs Angel (Eduardo Noriega) and El Nene (Leonardo Sbaraglia) join a plan to hold up an armored truck with a group of seasoned gangsters, their love and loyalty to each other is tested. Angel is wounded by police gunfire during the robbery, forcing El Nene to kill them&hellip…

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Golden Globe Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Actress(Nominee)

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution&hellip…

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Golden Satellite Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Actress(Nominee)
Best Actor(Nominee)
Best Original Screenplay

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and&hellip…

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Golden Trailer Awards

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Go Tigers!

$19.95 | 103 minutes

Documentary

In the blue collar Ohio town of Massillon, the most important thing is high school football, and the frenzy around home team the Tigers is, as one resident observes, like "a cult... a religion." Shot on high-definition video, former Massillon resident Kenneth Carlson's documentary follows the three stars of the 1999&hellip…

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Grammy Awards

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Traffic

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Best Score Soundtrack Album For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media(Nominee)

Steven Soderbergh followed up his critical and commercial smash ERIN BROCKOVICH with this wildly exhilarating exploration of the complex, multilayered international drug problem. The film tells three seemingly disparate stories that loosely&hellip…

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Grand Bell Awards

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

Grand Bell Award, Best New Actress

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her&hellip…

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Hamptons International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Suspended Animation

$7.95 | 117 minutes

Director John Hancock scared film audiences in 1971 with LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH. More than 30 years later, he returns to the world of horror with SUSPENDED ANIMATION, a chilling and gruesome frightfest set in the snowy hills of Northern Michigan as well as the Hollywood hills of California. Alex McArthur stars as Tom Kempton, an&hellip&hellip…

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High Falls Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Hong Kong International Film Festival

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Lost and Delirious

$10.95 | 100 minutes

The story of three roommates at a private school for girls, LOST AND DELIRIOUS centers on Mary (Mischa Barton), who is shy and lonely, having spun on a downward spiral ever since the death of her mother three years before. But when she arrives at prep school and meets her new roommates, Pauline (Piper Perabo) and Tory (Jessica Pare)--fun&hellip&hellip…

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Horror and Fantasy Film Festival

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The Guy Maddin Collection

$27.95 | 187 minutes

A collection of three films from cult director Guy Maddin. In TWILIGHT OF THE ICE NYMPHS (1997), Shelly Duvall (POPEYE) and Frank Gorshin (BATMAN: THE MOVIE) star in a tale of passion and fantasy set in a far away land where the sun always shines. ARCHANGEL (1990) is a story of obsessive love in a war-torn Russian town. HEART OF THE WORLD&hellip&hellip…

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Human Rights Watch International Film Festival

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

SKINS, based on the novel by Adrian C. Louis, is the impressive second feature of Native American director Chris Eyre (SMOKE SIGNALS). Filmed on location at the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota, SKINS tells the story of Rudy (Eric Schweig), a policeman, and his older brother Mogie (Graham Greene of THE GREEN MILE)&hellip&hellip…

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Independent Spirit Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Screenplay(Nominee)

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution&hellip…

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Best Male Lead(Nominee)
Best First Screenplay(Nominee)
Best First Feature(Nominee)

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special&hellip…

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Go Tigers!

$19.95 | 103 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

In the blue collar Ohio town of Massillon, the most important thing is high school football, and the frenzy around home team the Tigers is, as one resident observes, like "a cult... a religion." Shot on high-definition video, former Massillon resident Kenneth Carlson's documentary follows the three stars&hellip…

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The Believer

$19.95 | 0 minutes

Best Supporting Female(Nominee)
Best Screenplay(Nominee)
Best Male Lead(Nominee)
Best First Feature(Nominee)

Raised Jewish, Danny (Ryan Gosling) now runs with an anti-Semitic skinhead gang in Queens. Attending a meeting held by prominent self-proclaimed fascist Curtis Zampf (Billy Zane), Danny is noticed when he proposes&hellip…

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Virgil Bliss

$17.95 | 94 minutes

John Cassavetes Award(Nominee)

After serving twelve years in prison, an ex convict tries to start a "normal life" while on parole. Virgil Bliss (Clint Jordan) decides to find a good job, get married, and start a family. The only problem is that he's living in a halfway house and doesn't know any women. His roommate Manny Alvarez&hellip…

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Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles

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Ayurveda: The Art of Being

$23.95 | 102 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

AYURVEDA: THE ART OF BEING, written and directed by Pan Nalin, takes viewers on a documentary journey through the history of this holistic from of health care and natural well-being. Partially based in methods of healing that identify incongruence in the body's energy, Ayurveda has roots in India&hellip…

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International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

Joris Ivens Award

STEVIE is non-fiction filmmaking at its bravest and most merciless. In its excruciating authenticity, STEVIE provides insight into the complexities of the human condition, and raises the question of personal responsibility to an almost unbearable degree. After directing a series of fictional films based on real&hellip…

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International Emmy Awards

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

Arts Programming Canada

This silent, black and white film, adapted from the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's interpretation of Bram Stoker's DRACULA, is Guy Maddin's dramatic masterpiece. It is an atmospheric, gothic work full of dance and eroticism, accompanied by Gustav Mahler's music. Clearly a modern film that has been styled to mimic&hellip…

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International Film Festival Ghent

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Our Times

$23.95 | 65 minutes

A documentary on a vitally important aspect of Iranian society, OUR TIMES looks at the changing role of women to a backdrop of the 2002 Iranian elections. Shot by female director Rakshan Bani-Etemad, the film focuses on an audacious run for president by a woman who is part of a wider group of politically-charged Iranian females who have&hellip&hellip…

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International Film Festival Rotterdam

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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The Believer

$19.95 | 0 minutes

Raised Jewish, Danny (Ryan Gosling) now runs with an anti-Semitic skinhead gang in Queens. Attending a meeting held by prominent self-proclaimed fascist Curtis Zampf (Billy Zane), Danny is noticed when he proposes killing Jews as a solution to society's problems. Danny's words create excitement not only for their racist content, but also&hellip&hellip…

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of time travel&hellip…

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Visitor Q

$21.95 | 90 minutes

An assailant (Watanabe Kazushi) cracks Kiyoshi (Kenichi Endo) on the head with a rock. The victim is the patriarch of a depraved family and this act of violence mysteriously enables the stranger to enter their unhappy home. Dysfunctional does not even begin to describe this family unit which consists of a prostitute daughter (Fujiko)&hellip&hellip…

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International Wildlife Festival

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Sahyadris - Mountains of the Monsoon

$24.95 | 48 minutes

Award for Cinematography

On the Malabar coast of southern India, along the Arabian Sea, lies a range of mountains known as the Western Ghats, or Sahyadris. Far more ancient than the larger and better-known Himalayas to the north, the Sahyadris harbor the most intact rain forests of peninsular India. Within these forests are countless&hellip…

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Japanese Professional Movie Awards

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Visitor Q

$21.95 | 90 minutes

Best Director

An assailant (Watanabe Kazushi) cracks Kiyoshi (Kenichi Endo) on the head with a rock. The victim is the patriarch of a depraved family and this act of violence mysteriously enables the stranger to enter their unhappy home. Dysfunctional does not even begin to describe this family unit which consists of a prostitute&hellip…

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Pulse

$16.95 | 118 minutes

Best Actress(Nominee)

"Would you like to meet a ghost?" This foreboding question is posed to a young man by his own computer, suddenly able to dial up to the Internet--by itself. Unfortunately for the characters in Kiyoshi Kurosawa's PULSE, inquisitive PCs are the least of their problems. What begins as the seemingly isolated&hellip…

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Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

SKINS, based on the novel by Adrian C. Louis, is the impressive second feature of Native American director Chris Eyre (SMOKE SIGNALS). Filmed on location at the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota, SKINS tells the story of Rudy (Eric Schweig), a policeman, and his older brother Mogie (Graham Greene of THE GREEN MILE)&hellip&hellip…

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

The Oscar-nominated documentary film WAR PHOTOGRAPHER is a harrowing journey into the world of renowned photojournalist James Nachtwey. Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei fearlessly trails Nachtwey into the front lines of violence and human suffering in areas including Kosovo, Indonesia, and the West Bank. This noble and serene film eschews&hellip&hellip…

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution of a black death-row inmate&hellip&hellip…

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Venus Boyz

$21.95 | 103 minutes

German director Gabriel Baur (QUEEN OF BED) explores the world of drag kings, inter-sexed persons, and transgendered women in her documentary, VENUS BOYZ. Through in-depth interviews and clips of performances, the film focuses on biological women who push the boundaries of gender norms. Featuring drag kings Mo B. Dick, DRED Gerestant&hellip&hellip…

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

In May 1948, a group of European Jewish refugees illegally sail to Palestine via the cargo freighter Kedma, arriving only a few days before the departure of British forces and the founding of the nation of Israel. Once ashore they are received by the Palmach, Jewish fighters who help them evade arrest by British troops. Hiding amid the&hellip&hellip…

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Britney Baby, One More Time

$10.95 | 97 minutes

Aspiring filmmaker Dude Schmitz (AMERICAN MOVIE's Mark Borchardt) is in desperate need of money to finance his next feature film. After he blows a lucrative opportunity to interview pop singer Britney Spears for a local television station, he discovers Angel Benton (Robert Stephens), a gay Britney impersonator. Together with his brother&hellip&hellip…

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her booth, then falls in love with her by watching&hellip&hellip…

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Kinema Junpo Awards

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Traffic

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Best Foreign Language Film
Best Foreign Language Film Director

Steven Soderbergh followed up his critical and commercial smash ERIN BROCKOVICH with this wildly exhilarating exploration of the complex, multilayered international drug problem. The film tells three seemingly disparate stories that loosely intersect and overlap&hellip…

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Locarno International Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Our Times

$23.95 | 65 minutes

Netpac Award

A documentary on a vitally important aspect of Iranian society, OUR TIMES looks at the changing role of women to a backdrop of the 2002 Iranian elections. Shot by female director Rakshan Bani-Etemad, the film focuses on an audacious run for president by a woman who is part of a wider group of politically-charged Iranian&hellip…

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London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

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Britney Baby, One More Time

$10.95 | 97 minutes

Aspiring filmmaker Dude Schmitz (AMERICAN MOVIE's Mark Borchardt) is in desperate need of money to finance his next feature film. After he blows a lucrative opportunity to interview pop singer Britney Spears for a local television station, he discovers Angel Benton (Robert Stephens), a gay Britney impersonator. Together with his brother&hellip&hellip…

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Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

New Generation Award

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN&hellip…

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Los Angeles Film Festival

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The Inner Tour

$15.95 | 94 minutes

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz's THE INNER TOUR is a deeply affecting documentary that addresses the Middle Eastern conflict with a penetrating eye. The film follows a group of Palestinians as they embark on a three-day bus tour through Israel in 2000, just months before the historical Arab-Israeli war recommenced. What at first appears to be&hellip&hellip…

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I'll Sing For You

$17.95 | 77 minutes

This documentary, presented by Jonathan Demme (STOP MAKING SENSE), paints a low-key, entrancing portrait of African guitar legend Boubacar Traore, known to his countrymen as Karkar, a musician who regularly stirred the spirits of listeners on the radio and the dance floor during the early 1960s after Mali achieved independence. Unfortunately&hellip&hellip…

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Málaga International Week of Fantastic Cinema

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

Best Special Effects
Audience Award, Best Feature Film

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions of dead&hellip…

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Melbourne International Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of time travel&hellip…

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Melbourne Underground Film Festival

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Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy

$21.95 | 80 minutes

Best Film

In this funny documentary exploring the many talents of porn star Ron Jeremy, whose stout physical build and hairy back earned him the nickname The Hedgehog, director Scott J. Gill explores the actor from every possible angle while carefully avoiding hard core content. Bubbling with personality, Jeremy is extroverted&hellip…

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Mill Valley Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Moscow International Film Festival

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Venus Boyz

$21.95 | 103 minutes

German director Gabriel Baur (QUEEN OF BED) explores the world of drag kings, inter-sexed persons, and transgendered women in her documentary, VENUS BOYZ. Through in-depth interviews and clips of performances, the film focuses on biological women who push the boundaries of gender norms. Featuring drag kings Mo B. Dick, DRED Gerestant&hellip&hellip…

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

In May 1948, a group of European Jewish refugees illegally sail to Palestine via the cargo freighter Kedma, arriving only a few days before the departure of British forces and the founding of the nation of Israel. Once ashore they are received by the Palmach, Jewish fighters who help them evade arrest by British troops. Hiding amid the&hellip&hellip…

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her booth, then falls in love with her by watching&hellip&hellip…

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Cool and Crazy

$12.95 | 89 minutes

The Berlevag Male Choir are a group of men who sing songs of spirituality in and around their home country of Norway. This documentary introduces audiences to this unique singing group. It also follows the singers as they prepare for a Russian tour. This portrait of the choir highlights both the talent on display as well as the deep bond&hellip&hellip…

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MTV Movie Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Actress(Nominee)

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution&hellip…

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NatFilm Festival: Film Festival of Denmark

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I'll Sing For You

$17.95 | 77 minutes

This documentary, presented by Jonathan Demme (STOP MAKING SENSE), paints a low-key, entrancing portrait of African guitar legend Boubacar Traore, known to his countrymen as Karkar, a musician who regularly stirred the spirits of listeners on the radio and the dance floor during the early 1960s after Mali achieved independence. Unfortunately&hellip&hellip…

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National Film Preservation Board

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This Is Spinal Tap

$11.95 | 83 minutes

National Film Registry

A brilliant and hilarious documentary-style satire of a has-been British heavy metal band who never really was on an absurd American comeback tour that never quite gets off the ground, THIS IS SPINAL TAP practically birthed the mockumentary style. Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, and Harry Shearer are&hellip…

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New Directors/New Films

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The Inner Tour

$15.95 | 94 minutes

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz's THE INNER TOUR is a deeply affecting documentary that addresses the Middle Eastern conflict with a penetrating eye. The film follows a group of Palestinians as they embark on a three-day bus tour through Israel in 2000, just months before the historical Arab-Israeli war recommenced. What at first appears to be&hellip&hellip…

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New Orleans Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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New York Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

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Venus Boyz

$21.95 | 103 minutes

Best Documentary(Honorable Mention)

German director Gabriel Baur (QUEEN OF BED) explores the world of drag kings, inter-sexed persons, and transgendered women in her documentary, VENUS BOYZ. Through in-depth interviews and clips of performances, the film focuses on biological women who push the boundaries of gender norms. Featuring&hellip…

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His Secret Life

$14.95 | 105 minutes

Best Feature

When Antonia (Margherita Buy) loses her husband Massimo in a terrifying car accident, she is devastated. Taking care of necessary business after his death, she runs across a painting, a gift to her husband with a note attached indicating that Antonia's partner of 15 years had been indiscreet for seven of them. She&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 Director

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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New Zealand International Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of time travel&hellip…

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One World: International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

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The Inner Tour

$15.95 | 94 minutes

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz's THE INNER TOUR is a deeply affecting documentary that addresses the Middle Eastern conflict with a penetrating eye. The film follows a group of Palestinians as they embark on a three-day bus tour through Israel in 2000, just months before the historical Arab-Israeli war recommenced. What at first appears to be&hellip&hellip…

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Online Film Critics Society Awards

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Best Breakthrough Filmmaker(Nominee)

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and&hellip…

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Oslo International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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I'll Sing For You

$17.95 | 77 minutes

This documentary, presented by Jonathan Demme (STOP MAKING SENSE), paints a low-key, entrancing portrait of African guitar legend Boubacar Traore, known to his countrymen as Karkar, a musician who regularly stirred the spirits of listeners on the radio and the dance floor during the early 1960s after Mali achieved independence. Unfortunately&hellip&hellip…

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her booth, then falls in love with her by watching&hellip&hellip…

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions of dead people. As these terrifying visions become more frequent, Mun turns&hellip&hellip…

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Palm Springs International Film Festival

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The Guy Maddin Collection

$27.95 | 187 minutes

A collection of three films from cult director Guy Maddin. In TWILIGHT OF THE ICE NYMPHS (1997), Shelly Duvall (POPEYE) and Frank Gorshin (BATMAN: THE MOVIE) star in a tale of passion and fantasy set in a far away land where the sun always shines. ARCHANGEL (1990) is a story of obsessive love in a war-torn Russian town. HEART OF THE WORLD&hellip&hellip…

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Paris Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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Lost and Delirious

$10.95 | 100 minutes

The story of three roommates at a private school for girls, LOST AND DELIRIOUS centers on Mary (Mischa Barton), who is shy and lonely, having spun on a downward spiral ever since the death of her mother three years before. But when she arrives at prep school and meets her new roommates, Pauline (Piper Perabo) and Tory (Jessica Pare)--fun&hellip&hellip…

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Peñíscola Comedy Film Festival

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Tuvalu

$21.95 | 86 minutes

Best First Work

A small town indoor pool and the limitless mind of one of the pool employees make the setting for this stunning comedic fantasy. The pool is where local residents go to escape the daily grind and enter a fantastical dream world. Adrift in these daydreams, the Anton (Denis Lavant) finds Eva (Chulpan Hamatova), a&hellip…

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Prague International Television Festival

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

Grand Prix

This silent, black and white film, adapted from the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's interpretation of Bram Stoker's DRACULA, is Guy Maddin's dramatic masterpiece. It is an atmospheric, gothic work full of dance and eroticism, accompanied by Gustav Mahler's music. Clearly a modern film that has been styled to mimic the earliest&hellip…

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Pusan International Film Festival

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September 11

$19.95 | 128 minutes

A reaction piece to the United States' terrorist attack on September 11 2001, this controversial film calls upon eleven directors from various countries to contribute 11-minute 9-second films about the event. Variously political, violent, disturbing, abstract, opinionated, angered, or forgiving, each film is drastically different from&hellip&hellip…

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Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

Audience Award-Best Documentary

The Oscar-nominated documentary film WAR PHOTOGRAPHER is a harrowing journey into the world of renowned photojournalist James Nachtwey. Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei fearlessly trails Nachtwey into the front lines of violence and human suffering in areas including Kosovo, Indonesia, and the West&hellip…

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Rhode Island International Film Festival

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Blue Vinyl

$21.95 | 98 minutes

Curious filmmaker Judith Helfand decided to follow up some doubts she had about PVC (polyvinyl chloride) when her parents took the step of coating their house with it. Taking her camera and co-director Daniel B. Gold with her, Helfand hit the road and headed to Louisiana, which is responsible for the bulk of the PVC used in America. They&hellip&hellip…

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Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

Set in the sizeable city of Recife in Brazil, MANGO YELLOW is a tale of hardship, romance, and ordinary lives. The principle characters center around the Texas Motel, a rundown retreat that attracts a variety of weird and wonderful people. Among them are Dunga (Matheus Nachtergaele), a gay cook who has a crush on a local butcher, Wellington&hellip&hellip…

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San Francisco Film Critics Circle

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Andy Goldsworthy - Rivers and Tides: Working With Time

$21.95 | 90 minutes

Best Documentary

In RIVERS AND TIDES, German documentarian Thomas Riedelshiemer attempts to capture the essence of Scottish artist Andy Goldsworthy, who uses natural materials to create site-specific pieces which he then leaves to be carried away--or destroyed altogether--by the elements. Goldsworthy is seen at home in Scotland&hellip…

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San Francisco International Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Golden Gate Award, Biography

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed&hellip…

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Last Dance

$21.95 | 84 minutes

Certificate of Merit

Mirra Bank directs this documentary about the making of "A Selection," a 2001 dance performance by the Pilobolus Dance Theater. A collaboration between the Pilobolus artistic directors, Robby Barnett, Michael Tracy, and Jonathan Wolken; and the artistic directors of The Night Kitchen, Arthur Yorinks and famous&hellip…

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Andy Goldsworthy - Rivers and Tides: Working With Time

$21.95 | 90 minutes

Golden Gate Award-Film and Video

In RIVERS AND TIDES, German documentarian Thomas Riedelshiemer attempts to capture the essence of Scottish artist Andy Goldsworthy, who uses natural materials to create site-specific pieces which he then leaves to be carried away--or destroyed altogether--by the elements. Goldsworthy is seen at&hellip…

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San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

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Hiding and Seeking

$21.95 | 85 minutes

In a testimony to the power of tolerance, filmmaker Menachem Daum, his wife, and their sons travel to a Polish town where his father-in-law and his two brothers hid from the Nazis with a non-Jewish family for 28 months. Daum proposes the journey when he becomes increasingly worried that his ultraorthodox sons, who live in Israel, have&hellip&hellip…

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San Sebastián International Film Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

FIPRESCI Grand Prix for New Director of the Year

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the&hellip…

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Following 1999's Oscar-nominated period piece TOPSY-TURVY, acclaimed filmmaker Mike Leigh returns to the familiar terrain of modern, working-class London with ALL OR NOTHING. Yet another bittersweet slice-of-life drama conceived in Leigh's now legendary improvisational style, ALL OR NOTHING follows a group of dysfunctional families living&hellip…

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Santa Barbara International Film Festival

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Shanghai Ghetto

$15.95 | 95 minutes

Human Rights Award
Audience Award, Best Documentary

In the late 1930s thousands of German Jews, fearing for their lives under Nazi rule and unable to secure entrance visas to other countries, found refuge in the Japanese-occupied city of Shanghai. Destitute, hungry, and thrust into a strange environment, they made the best&hellip…

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Santa Cruz Film Festival

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Blue Vinyl

$21.95 | 98 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

Curious filmmaker Judith Helfand decided to follow up some doubts she had about PVC (polyvinyl chloride) when her parents took the step of coating their house with it. Taking her camera and co-director Daniel B. Gold with her, Helfand hit the road and headed to Louisiana, which is responsible for&hellip…

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Sao Paulo International Film Festival

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

Critics Award, Best Film

In May 1948, a group of European Jewish refugees illegally sail to Palestine via the cargo freighter Kedma, arriving only a few days before the departure of British forces and the founding of the nation of Israel. Once ashore they are received by the Palmach, Jewish fighters who help them evade arrest&hellip…

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September 11

$19.95 | 128 minutes

A reaction piece to the United States' terrorist attack on September 11 2001, this controversial film calls upon eleven directors from various countries to contribute 11-minute 9-second films about the event. Variously political, violent, disturbing, abstract, opinionated, angered, or forgiving, each film is drastically different from&hellip&hellip…

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Saturn Awards

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Special Award, Young Filmmaker's Showcase

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world&hellip…

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Savannah Film and Video Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

Finalist(Best Professional Short)

Four slightly over-the-hill guys finish a basketball game on their New York neighborhood court. A debate develops about who loves the game the most. It becomes a meditation on dedication, pride and basketball. The language is musical, the rapport amusing, the debate Socratic. "New Yorker Martha&hellip…

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Screen Actors Guild Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Actress

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer the execution of a&hellip…

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Seattle International Film Festival

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Britney Baby, One More Time

$10.95 | 97 minutes

Aspiring filmmaker Dude Schmitz (AMERICAN MOVIE's Mark Borchardt) is in desperate need of money to finance his next feature film. After he blows a lucrative opportunity to interview pop singer Britney Spears for a local television station, he discovers Angel Benton (Robert Stephens), a gay Britney impersonator. Together with his brother&hellip&hellip…

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Seoul Net Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Singapore International Film Festival

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The Inner Tour

$15.95 | 94 minutes

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz's THE INNER TOUR is a deeply affecting documentary that addresses the Middle Eastern conflict with a penetrating eye. The film follows a group of Palestinians as they embark on a three-day bus tour through Israel in 2000, just months before the historical Arab-Israeli war recommenced. What at first appears to be&hellip&hellip…

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Sitges International Film Festival of Catalonia

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

Best Film, Fantastic Competition

This silent, black and white film, adapted from the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's interpretation of Bram Stoker's DRACULA, is Guy Maddin's dramatic masterpiece. It is an atmospheric, gothic work full of dance and eroticism, accompanied by Gustav Mahler's music. Clearly a modern film that has been styled&hellip…

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

Orient Express Award

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her booth, then&hellip…

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

Best Film(Nominee)
Best Cinematography

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions of dead people. As these&hellip…

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Slamdance Film Festival

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The Holy Land

$10.95 | 96 minutes

Grand Jury Prize

Mendy (Oren Rehany) is a young man living in Bnei Brak, Israel, struggling to keep his mind focused on rabbinical school. His family is supportive of him, and they realize that adolescence involves soul-searching and discontent. But his teacher sees that deep down Mendy is full of lust, and he tells Mendy to rid&hellip…

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Tales of Eccentricity: Slamdance Short Film Compilation

$15.00 | 133 minutes

Slamdance presents a 10th Anniversary collection featuring short films from 1999 to 2003&hellip…

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Animation: Slamdance Short Film Compilation

$15.00 | 115 minutes

A compilation DVD of some of the best animated shorts to screen at Slamdance, from 2002 to 2007&hellip…

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Stockholm International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Best Cinematographer

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN&hellip…

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September 11

$19.95 | 128 minutes

A reaction piece to the United States' terrorist attack on September 11 2001, this controversial film calls upon eleven directors from various countries to contribute 11-minute 9-second films about the event. Variously political, violent, disturbing, abstract, opinionated, angered, or forgiving, each film is drastically different from&hellip&hellip…

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Sundance Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida&hellip…

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

SKINS, based on the novel by Adrian C. Louis, is the impressive second feature of Native American director Chris Eyre (SMOKE SIGNALS). Filmed on location at the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota, SKINS tells the story of Rudy (Eric Schweig), a policeman, and his older brother Mogie (Graham Greene of THE GREEN MILE)&hellip&hellip…

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The Inner Tour

$15.95 | 94 minutes

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz's THE INNER TOUR is a deeply affecting documentary that addresses the Middle Eastern conflict with a penetrating eye. The film follows a group of Palestinians as they embark on a three-day bus tour through Israel in 2000, just months before the historical Arab-Israeli war recommenced. What at first appears to be&hellip&hellip…

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Blue Vinyl

$21.95 | 98 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)
Excellence in Cinematography, Documentary

Curious filmmaker Judith Helfand decided to follow up some doubts she had about PVC (polyvinyl chloride) when her parents took the step of coating their house with it. Taking her camera and co-director Daniel B. Gold with her, Helfand hit the&hellip…

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Britney Baby, One More Time

$10.95 | 97 minutes

Aspiring filmmaker Dude Schmitz (AMERICAN MOVIE's Mark Borchardt) is in desperate need of money to finance his next feature film. After he blows a lucrative opportunity to interview pop singer Britney Spears for a local television station, he discovers Angel Benton (Robert Stephens), a gay Britney impersonator. Together with his brother&hellip&hellip…

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Stories from the War on Homosexuality

$55.95 | 223 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

Three documentaries from acclaimed gay filmmaker Arthur Dong are contained here. COMING OUT UNDER FIRE: Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, this documentary uses first-person accounts to chronicle the development of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy&hellip…

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Swiss Film Prize

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

The Oscar-nominated documentary film WAR PHOTOGRAPHER is a harrowing journey into the world of renowned photojournalist James Nachtwey. Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei fearlessly trails Nachtwey into the front lines of violence and human suffering in areas including Kosovo, Indonesia, and the West Bank&hellip…

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Venus Boyz

$21.95 | 103 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

German director Gabriel Baur (QUEEN OF BED) explores the world of drag kings, inter-sexed persons, and transgendered women in her documentary, VENUS BOYZ. Through in-depth interviews and clips of performances, the film focuses on biological women who push the boundaries of gender norms. Featuring drag&hellip…

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SXSW Film Festival

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See How They Run

$15.95 | 60 minutes

Four years prior to California's 2003 gubernatorial recall, the Golden State played host to another raucous political race that captured the public imagination. In San Francisco's 1999 mayoral runoff, incumbent Mayor Willie Brown faced opposition from 12 different candidates in his second-term reelection bid--but none more daunting than&hellip&hellip…

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Blue Vinyl

$21.95 | 98 minutes

Curious filmmaker Judith Helfand decided to follow up some doubts she had about PVC (polyvinyl chloride) when her parents took the step of coating their house with it. Taking her camera and co-director Daniel B. Gold with her, Helfand hit the road and headed to Louisiana, which is responsible for the bulk of the PVC used in America. They&hellip&hellip…

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Sydney Film Festival

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her booth, then falls in love with her by watching&hellip&hellip…

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Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

Best Actress
Best Visual Effects
Best Sound Effects(Nominee)

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions&hellip…

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Taos Talking Picture Festival

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See How They Run

$15.95 | 60 minutes

Four years prior to California's 2003 gubernatorial recall, the Golden State played host to another raucous political race that captured the public imagination. In San Francisco's 1999 mayoral runoff, incumbent Mayor Willie Brown faced opposition from 12 different candidates in his second-term reelection bid--but none more daunting than&hellip&hellip…

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Telluride Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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Titanic International Filmpresence Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of time travel&hellip…

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Cool & Crazy On the Road

$21.95 | 105 minutes

This engaging documentary follows The Berlevag Male Choir as they embark on their first tour of North America, just weeks after the horrific tragedy of September 11th. The thirty Norwegian singers, ranging in ages from thirty to ninety, bring their songs of faith and joy to Americans everywhere, proving that music has the ability to move&hellip&hellip…

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Tokyo FILMeX

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

In May 1948, a group of European Jewish refugees illegally sail to Palestine via the cargo freighter Kedma, arriving only a few days before the departure of British forces and the founding of the nation of Israel. Once ashore they are received by the Palmach, Jewish fighters who help them evade arrest by British troops. Hiding amid the&hellip&hellip…

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Tokyo International Film Festival

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

Best Actor

SKINS, based on the novel by Adrian C. Louis, is the impressive second feature of Native American director Chris Eyre (SMOKE SIGNALS). Filmed on location at the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota, SKINS tells the story of Rudy (Eric Schweig), a policeman, and his older brother Mogie (Graham Greene&hellip…

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Tokyo International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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Southern Comfort

$15.95 | minutes

For her film SOUTHERN COMFORT, veteran documentarian Kate Davis found a rare subject in Robert Eads, a 52-year-old female-to-male transsexual living in Tuccoa, Georgia. Eads, a charming, laconic cowboy apparently "male" enough to once be propositioned to join the Ku Klux Klan, began life as a female, married, had two sons, and lived as&hellip&hellip…

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Torino International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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Stories from the War on Homosexuality

$55.95 | 223 minutes

Best Documentary Film(Nominee)

Three documentaries from acclaimed gay filmmaker Arthur Dong are contained here. COMING OUT UNDER FIRE: Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, this documentary uses first-person accounts to chronicle the development of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy during&hellip…

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Toronto Film Critics Association Awards

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Special Citation

This new and embellished version of the 2001 theatrical release, which was a cult hit, offers twenty minutes of scenes that were deleted from the original, sound improvements, new songs (such as "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS), and new special effects that give insight into Donnie's world and his theories of time…

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Toronto International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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The Trials of Henry Kissinger

$14.95 | 80 minutes

THE TRIALS OF HENRY KISSINGER, a documentary based on the book by British journalist Christopher Hitchens, argues that Kissinger, the former U.S. Secretary of State and the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, was a power-hungry warmonger responsible for massive military cover-ups in Vietnam, Cambodia, and East Timor in the 1960s, as well&hellip&hellip…

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

In May 1948, a group of European Jewish refugees illegally sail to Palestine via the cargo freighter Kedma, arriving only a few days before the departure of British forces and the founding of the nation of Israel. Once ashore they are received by the Palmach, Jewish fighters who help them evade arrest by British troops. Hiding amid the&hellip&hellip…

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Bad Guy

$24.95 | 103 minutes

A harrowing portrait of love and desire, BAD GUY is situated deep in Seoul's seedy nightlife. Differing strains of the story follow various people inexorably caught up in an underground existence that exercises a vice-like grip over their every action; a pimp forces a prostitute to live in her booth, then falls in love with her by watching&hellip&hellip…

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Following 1999's Oscar-nominated period piece TOPSY-TURVY, acclaimed filmmaker Mike Leigh returns to the familiar terrain of modern, working-class London with ALL OR NOTHING. Yet another bittersweet slice-of-life drama conceived in Leigh's now legendary improvisational style, ALL OR NOTHING follows a group of dysfunctional families living&hellip…

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September 11

$19.95 | 128 minutes

A reaction piece to the United States' terrorist attack on September 11 2001, this controversial film calls upon eleven directors from various countries to contribute 11-minute 9-second films about the event. Variously political, violent, disturbing, abstract, opinionated, angered, or forgiving, each film is drastically different from&hellip&hellip…

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions of dead people. As these terrifying visions become more frequent, Mun turns&hellip&hellip…

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Toronto Online Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

Best Movie
Best Editing(Gordon Grinberg)

Four slightly over-the-hill guys finish a basketball game on their New York neighborhood court. A debate develops about who loves the game the most. It becomes a meditation on dedication, pride and basketball. The language is musical, the rapport amusing, the debate Socratic. "New Yorker&hellip…

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Tribeca Film Festival

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I'll Sing For You

$17.95 | 77 minutes

This documentary, presented by Jonathan Demme (STOP MAKING SENSE), paints a low-key, entrancing portrait of African guitar legend Boubacar Traore, known to his countrymen as Karkar, a musician who regularly stirred the spirits of listeners on the radio and the dance floor during the early 1960s after Mali achieved independence. Unfortunately&hellip&hellip…

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USA Film Festival

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See How They Run

$15.95 | 60 minutes

National Short & Video Competition(Finalist)

Four years prior to California's 2003 gubernatorial recall, the Golden State played host to another raucous political race that captured the public imagination. In San Francisco's 1999 mayoral runoff, incumbent Mayor Willie Brown faced opposition from 12 different candidates in his&hellip…

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Valenciennes International Festival of Action and Adventure Films

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Love the Hard Way

$11.95 | 104 minutes

Best Actor
Best Actress

Stylish, gritty, and utterly New York City, LOVE THE HARD WAY is a slice-of-life film that pairs two total opposites in a test of wills. Jack (Adrien Brody) is a cocky young bad boy, living in a loft in the Bronx, driving a rundown car, listening to loud hip-hop, and running small scams with a close-knit&hellip…

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Valladolid International Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Vancouver International Film Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

The role of the aimless young rebel hiding behind an emotional wall and steely eyes has been monopolized by men in the movies since James Dean. Samantha Morton, one of her generation's most gifted actors, makes the most of her opportunity to embody such a figure in her role as the title character of MORVERN CALLAR. Momentarily frozen&hellip&hellip…

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Ayurveda: The Art of Being

$23.95 | 102 minutes

AYURVEDA: THE ART OF BEING, written and directed by Pan Nalin, takes viewers on a documentary journey through the history of this holistic from of health care and natural well-being. Partially based in methods of healing that identify incongruence in the body's energy, Ayurveda has roots in India, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Tibet, China, Russia&hellip&hellip…

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Vancouver Queer Film & Video Festival

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Venus Boyz

$21.95 | 103 minutes

German director Gabriel Baur (QUEEN OF BED) explores the world of drag kings, inter-sexed persons, and transgendered women in her documentary, VENUS BOYZ. Through in-depth interviews and clips of performances, the film focuses on biological women who push the boundaries of gender norms. Featuring drag kings Mo B. Dick, DRED Gerestant&hellip&hellip…

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Venice International Film Festival

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September 11

$19.95 | 128 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize, Best Short Film
UNESCO Prize

A reaction piece to the United States' terrorist attack on September 11 2001, this controversial film calls upon eleven directors from various countries to contribute 11-minute 9-second films about the event. Variously political, violent, disturbing, abstract, opinionated, angered&hellip…

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Verona Love Screens Festival

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Lost and Delirious

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Best Film(Nominee)

The story of three roommates at a private school for girls, LOST AND DELIRIOUS centers on Mary (Mischa Barton), who is shy and lonely, having spun on a downward spiral ever since the death of her mother three years before. But when she arrives at prep school and meets her new roommates, Pauline (Piper Perabo)&hellip…

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Vienna International Film Festival

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I'll Sing For You

$17.95 | 77 minutes

This documentary, presented by Jonathan Demme (STOP MAKING SENSE), paints a low-key, entrancing portrait of African guitar legend Boubacar Traore, known to his countrymen as Karkar, a musician who regularly stirred the spirits of listeners on the radio and the dance floor during the early 1960s after Mali achieved independence. Unfortunately&hellip&hellip…

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Viennale

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip&hellip…

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Warsaw International Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Directed by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, LOST IN LA MANCHA documents Terry Gilliam's disaster-prone attempt to make THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE, a film largely based on the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The movie first encounters difficulties in its preproduction stage, starting with an uncomfortably small European-funded budget&hellip&hellip…

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

The Oscar-nominated documentary film WAR PHOTOGRAPHER is a harrowing journey into the world of renowned photojournalist James Nachtwey. Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei fearlessly trails Nachtwey into the front lines of violence and human suffering in areas including Kosovo, Indonesia, and the West Bank. This noble and serene film eschews&hellip&hellip…

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Venus Boyz

$21.95 | 103 minutes

German director Gabriel Baur (QUEEN OF BED) explores the world of drag kings, inter-sexed persons, and transgendered women in her documentary, VENUS BOYZ. Through in-depth interviews and clips of performances, the film focuses on biological women who push the boundaries of gender norms. Featuring drag kings Mo B. Dick, DRED Gerestant&hellip&hellip…

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Love the Hard Way

$11.95 | 104 minutes

Stylish, gritty, and utterly New York City, LOVE THE HARD WAY is a slice-of-life film that pairs two total opposites in a test of wills. Jack (Adrien Brody) is a cocky young bad boy, living in a loft in the Bronx, driving a rundown car, listening to loud hip-hop, and running small scams with a close-knit group of two-bit criminals. He&hellip&hellip…

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Waterfront Film Festival

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See How They Run

$15.95 | 60 minutes

Four years prior to California's 2003 gubernatorial recall, the Golden State played host to another raucous political race that captured the public imagination. In San Francisco's 1999 mayoral runoff, incumbent Mayor Willie Brown faced opposition from 12 different candidates in his second-term reelection bid--but none more daunting than&hellip&hellip…

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Wildscreen

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Sahyadris - Mountains of the Monsoon

$24.95 | 48 minutes

BBC Newcomer of the Year Award

On the Malabar coast of southern India, along the Arabian Sea, lies a range of mountains known as the Western Ghats, or Sahyadris. Far more ancient than the larger and better-known Himalayas to the north, the Sahyadris harbor the most intact rain forests of peninsular India. Within these forests&hellip…

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Writers Guild Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Original Screenplay(Nominee)

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer&hellip…

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Young Artist Awards

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Liam

$10.95 | 91 minutes

Best Performance(Nominee)

Originally produced for the B.B.C., director Stephen Frears masterfully crafts this poignant portrait of one family's attempt to stay afloat in impoverished 1930s England. The political, religious, and economic strife of pre-Word War II Liverpool is seen through the eyes of Liam (Anthony Burrows), a seven-year-old&hellip…

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