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Adbusters Video Competition

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City Bleach

$2.95 | 3 minutes

First Prize

City Bleach is an activist video work from 2002. In this work, black & white stills of Times Square mutate as all commercial spaces are bleached out, leaving vast white, empty areas. In 2003 it won the first prize in Adbusters magazine's video competition and has since been exhibited in Black Lab gallery in Seattle&hellip…

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Adelaide 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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Story of a Prostitute

$25.95 | 96 minutes

This 1965 Japanese feature was startling for its use of a female point of view. Set during WWII, it is the story of Harumi, one of a group of "comfort women" who spend time with soldiers during their leaves from battle. A commanding officer falls for Harumi and becomes the property of this sadistic militarist. Harumi, meanwhile, falls&hellip&hellip…

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AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Amanda Awards

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Best Nordic Newcomer

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her hotel room. But there's&hellip…

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Anchorage International Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Best Feature

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams the New York&hellip…

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Arizona International Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Arras International 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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Art Film Festival

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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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Asheville Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Aspen Filmfest

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Atlanta Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Auckland International Film Festival

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

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 works of cinema&hellip&hellip…

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Awards of the Israeli Film Academy

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Nina's Tragedies

$16.95 | 106 minutes

Best Supporting Actress
Best Music(Nominee)
Best Cinematography
Best Costume Design
Best Actress
Best Editor
Best Art Direction
Best Supporting Actor
Best Film
Best Director
Best Sound
Best Actor(Nominee)
Best Screenplay

This lovingly crafted Israeli film neatly combines kinky eroticism&hellip…

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BAFTA 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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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Most Promising Newcomer(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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Bangkok International Film Festival

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

Golden Kinnaree Award(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&hellip…

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Barcelona Women's 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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Bergen International Film Festival

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Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

$17.95 | 72 minutes

This documentary, focusing on intellectual Noam Chomsky and his post 9-11 political views, presents a personal interview along with snippets from lectures he delivered around the country in 2001 and 2002. Known more for his stance as a political theorist and charismatic speaker than his work as an M.I.T. linguist, Chomsky is revered by&hellip&hellip…

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her hotel room. But there's a hitch: Aimee is married&hellip&hellip…

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Berlin International Film Festival

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

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

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&hellip…

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Big Bear Lake International Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Blizzard Awards

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

Best Art Direction(Winners)

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&hellip…

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Bogata Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Audience Award

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams the New York&hellip…

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Boston Independent 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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Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best New Filmmaker
Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island&hellip…

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Brasilia 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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Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

Crysal Lens, Best Cinematography

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&hellip…

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Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema

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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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Cairo International Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams the New York streets, spraying graffiti&hellip&hellip…

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Calgary International Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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California Independent Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Camerimage Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Golden Frog(Nominee)

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when their father (Konstantin Lavroneko) returns after a 12-year absence. Bullish&hellip…

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Cannes Film Festival

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Live Forever

$11.95 | 82 minutes

In the mid-1990's, spurred both by the sudden explosion of bands like Oasis and Prime Minister Tony Blair's "Cool Brittania" campaign, British culture experienced a surge that made Anglophilia seem like a world phenomenon. At the heart of this heady craze was pop music, and suddenly, "Britpop" was born. Oasis, their would-be rivals Blur&hellip&hellip…

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Faster

$15.95 | 103 minutes

The world of Motorcycle Grand Prix racing attracts thrill-seeking competitors who feel the need for speed, competition, and the glorious feeling of victory. This Slamdance Film Festival-favorite takes a look at the sport, and was written and directed by acclaimed documentarian Mark Neale (WILLIAM GIBSON: NO MAPS FOR THESE TERRITORIES)&hellip&hellip…

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Purple Butterfly

$11.95 | 127 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

This melancholic, brooding romantic thriller stars Zhang Ziyi (HERO; CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) as Ding Hui, a Chinese woman who is part of a secret anti-Japanese terrorist organization in 1931 Shanghai. Three years earlier, under her real name, Cynthia, she was a factory worker in Manchuria carrying&hellip…

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Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

$17.95 | 72 minutes

This documentary, focusing on intellectual Noam Chomsky and his post 9-11 political views, presents a personal interview along with snippets from lectures he delivered around the country in 2001 and 2002. Known more for his stance as a political theorist and charismatic speaker than his work as an M.I.T. linguist, Chomsky is revered by&hellip&hellip…

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Bright Leaves

$12.95 | minutes

Ross McElwee directs this autobiographical documentary about his family's roots in the tobacco business in North Carolina. Taking a sabbatical from his home in Boston, he offers a culturally interesting history of the South as viewed through the biggest, wealthiest tobacco enterprises. Meanwhile, he examines a Hollywood movie that was&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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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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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Golden Camera
Prix Regards Jeune, Best Feature

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together&hellip…

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

This is a jaw-droppingly bizarre movie from Korea that mixes scenes of gruesome torture and violence with comedy and heartbreaking profundity. Perhaps as a result of too many amphetamines and violent incidents in his past, beekeeper Lee Byeong Gu (Sin Ha-Gyun) has become convinced that an unscrupulous business tycoon (Kan Man-Shik) is&hellip&hellip…

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La Petite Lili

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

Handsome, young, naïve, and insufferably pretentious, amateur filmmaker Julien (Robinson Stévenin) and his famous actress mother, Mado (Nicole Garcia), are locked into a power-play at their country house. Jeanne (Julie Depardieu), the daughter of the caretaker, is in love with Julien. But Julien's girlfriend&hellip…

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Tiresia

$10.95 | 115 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

Bertrand Bonello (THE PORNOGRAPHER) directs TIRESIA, a tale of a transsexual call-girl who undergoes a terrifying kidnapping&hellip&hellip…

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Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

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The Believer

$19.95 | 0 minutes

Most Promising Performer(Nominee)
Most Promising Director(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 killing Jews as a solution to society's problems&hellip…

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Chicago International Documentary Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Audience Award

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come&hellip…

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Chicago International Film Festival

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La Petite Lili

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Silver Hugo, Best Female Performance

Handsome, young, naïve, and insufferably pretentious, amateur filmmaker Julien (Robinson Stévenin) and his famous actress mother, Mado (Nicole Garcia), are locked into a power-play at their country house. Jeanne (Julie Depardieu), the daughter of the caretaker, is in love with Julien&hellip…

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Gold Plaque

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her hotel room. But there's a hitch&hellip…

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Cine Ceará - National Cinema Festival

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

Best Actor
Best Actress
Best Art Direction
Best Screenplay
Best Film
Best Original Score
Best Director
Best Editing
Best Cinematography

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&hellip…

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Cinema Jove International Film Festival

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Special Jury Prize

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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Cinemanila International Film Festival

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Days of Being Wild

$23.95 | 89 minutes

DAYS OF BEING WILD is the film that started it all for auteur art film director Wong Kar Wai, exhibiting many of the preoccupations and devices that would characterize his work throughout his career until the present time. The precise, almost melodic slowness of the pacing is reflective of the existential conundrum in which the characters&hellip&hellip…

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Cinematexas

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Perils in Nude Modeling

$3.95 | 10 minutes

Best Cinematography

Perils In Nude Modeling focuses on a art students struggle between his love for a hegre art model and his demanding hegre arts teacher. Scott Rice directed Perils In Nude Modeling. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top&hellip…

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Cleveland International Film Festival

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

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 events, filmmaker Steve&hellip&hellip…

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Conscientious Projector Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Copenhagen 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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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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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her hotel room. But there's a hitch: Aimee is married&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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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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Cork International Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Cottbus Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Special Prize, Feature Film Competition
Award of the Ecumenical Jury

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when their father (Konstantin&hellip…

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cph:dox: Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival

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William Gibson: No Maps for These Territories

$19.95 | 88 minutes

William Gibson, famed science-fiction novelist and creator of the term "cyberspace," speaks from the back of his limousine as it meanders cross-country over nameless highways, heading no place in particular. The cameras roll as Gibson talks about his own personal philosophies, experiences, and opinions about the media-saturated culture&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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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

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 events, filmmaker Steve&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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Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

$17.95 | 72 minutes

This documentary, focusing on intellectual Noam Chomsky and his post 9-11 political views, presents a personal interview along with snippets from lectures he delivered around the country in 2001 and 2002. Known more for his stance as a political theorist and charismatic speaker than his work as an M.I.T. linguist, Chomsky is revered by&hellip&hellip…

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Bright Leaves

$12.95 | minutes

Ross McElwee directs this autobiographical documentary about his family's roots in the tobacco business in North Carolina. Taking a sabbatical from his home in Boston, he offers a culturally interesting history of the South as viewed through the biggest, wealthiest tobacco enterprises. Meanwhile, he examines a Hollywood movie that was&hellip&hellip…

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Dallas-Forth Worth Film Critics Association Awards

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold was a well-respected&hellip…

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Darklights Film Festival

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

Best Documentary-Cultural(Nominee)
Special Prize of the Ministry for Development, Culture and Sports

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&hellip…

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DC Independent Film Festival

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Perils in Nude Modeling

$3.95 | 10 minutes

Perils In Nude Modeling focuses on a art students struggle between his love for a hegre art model and his demanding hegre arts teacher. Scott Rice directed Perils In Nude Modeling. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. Indiepix has&hellip…

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Denver International Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Directors Guild of Canada

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

Outstanding Achievement in Direction(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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EarthVision Environmental Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Eclipse Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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European Film Awards

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

European Discovery of the Year

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when their father (Konstantin Lavroneko) returns after a 12-year absence&hellip…

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

European Discovery of the Year(Nominee)

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her&hellip…

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Evening Standard British Film Awards

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Peter Sellers Award for Comedy

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&hellip…

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Best Technical/Artistic Achievement

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&hellip…

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FanTasia Festival

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Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance

$15.95 | 129 minutes

Best Asian Film

Named Best Film at the Deauville Asian Film Festival, SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENGEANCE is the first movie in director Chanwook Park's revenge trilogy, which also includes OLDBOY and SYMPATHY FOR LADY VENGEANCE. Ha-kyun Shin stars as Ryu, a young deaf mute with green hair and a job at a smelting factory. His ailing sister&hellip…

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Fantasporto: Porto International Film Festival

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Tuvalu

$21.95 | 86 minutes

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 beautiful woman who has&hellip&hellip…

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Fantastisk Film Festival Lund

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

This is a jaw-droppingly bizarre movie from Korea that mixes scenes of gruesome torture and violence with comedy and heartbreaking profundity. Perhaps as a result of too many amphetamines and violent incidents in his past, beekeeper Lee Byeong Gu (Sin Ha-Gyun) has become convinced that an unscrupulous business tycoon (Kan Man-Shik) is&hellip&hellip…

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Febiofest: International Film, Television and Video Festival

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Comizi D'Amore

$17.95 | 90 minutes

Director Pier Paolo Pasolini interviewed people on the streets of Italy about their feelings and experiences with love and sex. Writer Alberto Moravia and psychologist Cesare Musatti provide commentary on Pasolini's findings&hellip&hellip…

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JSA - Joint Security Area

$19.95 | minutes

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 into war&hellip&hellip…

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The Scar

$23.95 | 101 minutes

In his first theatrically released film, legendary director Krzysztof Kieslowski begins his work in political commentary with a tale of a man, Stefan Bednarz (Franciszek Pieczka), who is chosen by the Communist Party to supervise a construction project in his hometown, where he has not lived for many years. Despite his negative associations&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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Festival do Rio

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano

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Souvenir Views

$7.95 | 24 minutes

Marc Larre Miranda, influenced by the Situationist Movement, leaves his native Barcelona, Spain and travels to New York to live an extreme experience of poverty to grow and learn from it. Little does he know that he will be witnessing the worst attack ever on U.S. soil, the destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001&hellip&hellip…

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Film By The Sea Film Festival

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It's Easier for A Camel

$15.95 | 110 minutes

Federica (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) has lived in her own fantasy world for much of her life. Now in her mid-30s, the wealthy daydreamer finds herself caught in a sharp divide between her exotic imaginary life and the more mundane reality that faces her every day. Her search to find some parity between the two worlds forms the backbone of&hellip&hellip…

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Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Best Foreign Film-English Language

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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Filmfest Munchen

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Purple Butterfly

$11.95 | 127 minutes

This melancholic, brooding romantic thriller stars Zhang Ziyi (HERO; CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) as Ding Hui, a Chinese woman who is part of a secret anti-Japanese terrorist organization in 1931 Shanghai. Three years earlier, under her real name, Cynthia, she was a factory worker in Manchuria carrying on a romance with a Japanese&hellip&hellip…

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Flying Broom Women's 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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Foro Internacional de la Cineteca

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Baraka

$25.95 | 104 minutes

From Nepal to Kenya, from Australia to Brazil, people try to cope with the changes that have altered their landscape, crowding them together and speeding up daily life. The film shows us these alienated people, but also images of traditions--whirling dervishes and Tibetan monks--that offer different, peaceful ways of existence. Shot in&hellip&hellip…

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

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 works of cinema&hellip&hellip…

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Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

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Speedo

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Audience Award

Exposing all the thrills and spills of the demolition derby, this highly personal documentary from director Jesse Moss focuses on the life of driver Ed "Speedo" Jager. Life as a top derby racer takes its toll on Jager's private life, with every professional peak being levelled out by a very personal trough. Totally&hellip…

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Genie Awards

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The Last Round: Chuvalo vs. Ali

$19.95 | 100 minutes

Best Documentary Feature(Nominee)

Joseph Blasioli's gripping documentary THE LAST ROUND chronicles the legendary bout between Muhammad Ali and a little-known Canadian boxer whom the Greatest dubbed "the toughest man" he ever fought. George Chuvalo was born to immigrant parents and raised in a working-class Toronto neighborhood&hellip…

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Gerardmer International Fantasy Film Festival

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

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 works of cinema&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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German Film Awards

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Andy Goldsworthy - Rivers and Tides: Working With Time

$21.95 | 90 minutes

Gold Award-Outstanding Cinematography
Gold Award-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&hellip…

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Get Real: City Pages Documentary Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Gijon International Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Grand Prix Asturias, Best Feature(Nominee)
Best Actor
Special Jury Award
Best Screenplay

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin&hellip…

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GLAAD Media Awards

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Southern Comfort

$15.95 | minutes

Outstanding Documentary(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 Ku Klux Klan, began life as a female&hellip…

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His Secret Life

$14.95 | 105 minutes

Outstanding Film(Nominee)

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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Golden Bauhinia Awards

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

Best Actress

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&hellip…

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Golden Satellite Awards

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Best Motion Picture, Foreign Language(Nominee)
Best Original Screenplay(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&hellip…

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Grand Bell Awards

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Memories of Murder

$19.95 | 129 minutes

Best Actor
Best Director
Best Film

This shocking tale is designed to repulse viewers, chiefly because it's based on a horrific true story. Following the activities of South Korea's first serial killer, MEMORIES OF MURDER tracks the gruesome events through the eyes of the two detectives investigating the case. The murders&hellip…

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

Best Supporting Actor
Best Sound Effects
Best New Director

This is a jaw-droppingly bizarre movie from Korea that mixes scenes of gruesome torture and violence with comedy and heartbreaking profundity. Perhaps as a result of too many amphetamines and violent incidents in his past, beekeeper Lee Byeong Gu (Sin Ha-Gyun)&hellip…

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Grenoble Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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Aimee & Jaguar

$23.95 | 125 minutes

In 1943, as World War II's Battle of Berlin rages, with air raids forcing families into their cellars for shelter and bombs exploding all over the city, Felice Schragenheim (Juliane Köhler) and Lilly Wust (Maria Schrader), fall in love. Director Max Färberböck's AIMEE & JAGUAR tells the true story of this passionate, forbidden love&hellip…

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Hamburg Film Festival

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her hotel room. But there's a hitch: Aimee is married&hellip&hellip…

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Hamptons International Film Festival

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Speedo

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Audience Award

Exposing all the thrills and spills of the demolition derby, this highly personal documentary from director Jesse Moss focuses on the life of driver Ed "Speedo" Jager. Life as a top derby racer takes its toll on Jager's private life, with every professional peak being levelled out by a very personal trough. Totally&hellip…

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Havana Film Festival

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

Best Cinematography
Coral, Best First Work

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)&hellip…

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High Falls Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Hong Kong Film Awards

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JSA - Joint Security Area

$19.95 | minutes

Best Asian Film(Nominee)

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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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

Best Actress
Best Film Editing(Nominee)
Best Visual Effects(Nominee)
Best Sound(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&hellip…

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Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

Film of Merit

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&hellip…

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Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival

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Shanghai Ghetto

$15.95 | 95 minutes

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 of their situation as they waited to return to Europe, little realizing&hellip&hellip…

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Hot Docs: Canadian International Documentary Festival

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Live Forever

$11.95 | 82 minutes

In the mid-1990's, spurred both by the sudden explosion of bands like Oasis and Prime Minister Tony Blair's "Cool Brittania" campaign, British culture experienced a surge that made Anglophilia seem like a world phenomenon. At the heart of this heady craze was pop music, and suddenly, "Britpop" was born. Oasis, their would-be rivals Blur&hellip&hellip…

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The Last Round: Chuvalo vs. Ali

$19.95 | 100 minutes

Special Jury Award

Joseph Blasioli's gripping documentary THE LAST ROUND chronicles the legendary bout between Muhammad Ali and a little-known Canadian boxer whom the Greatest dubbed "the toughest man" he ever fought. George Chuvalo was born to immigrant parents and raised in a working-class Toronto neighborhood but harbored lifelong&hellip…

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Houston Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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Stories from the War on Homosexuality

$55.95 | 223 minutes

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 World War II. Based on Allan Berube's&hellip&hellip…

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Houston Worldfest Film Festival

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Sahyadris - Mountains of the Monsoon

$24.95 | 48 minutes

Gold REMI Award for Creative Excellence

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&hellip…

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IAPL Conference

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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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IFP Buzzcuts by Sundance Channel

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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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IFP Los Angeles Film Festival

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Be Good, Smile Pretty

$19.95 | 56 minutes

Best Documentary Feature

BE GOOD, SMILE PRETTY is the emotionally powerful documentary of one daughter's journey to discover the father she never knew. Director Tracy Droz Tragos was just three months old when her father died in the Vietnam War. Thirty years later, she sets out on a cross-country odyssey to find out more about&hellip…

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Independent Film Festival of Boston

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Speedo

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary

Exposing all the thrills and spills of the demolition derby, this highly personal documentary from director Jesse Moss focuses on the life of driver Ed "Speedo" Jager. Life as a top derby racer takes its toll on Jager's private life, with every professional peak being levelled out by a very personal&hellip…

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Independent Spirit Awards

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

Best Male Lead(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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The Trials of Henry Kissinger

$14.95 | 80 minutes

Truer Than Fiction Award(Nominee)

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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The Holy Land

$10.95 | 96 minutes

Someone to Watch Award(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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Infinity 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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International Comics Festival of Angouleme

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Neil Gaiman's "A Short Film About John Bolton"

$21.95 | 30 minutes

Known for his best-selling graphic novel, SANDMAN, alongside other titles such as his novel AMERICAN GODS, and his foray into children's fiction, CORALINE, Neil Gaiman takes a step into the film world with A SHORT FILM ABOUT JOHN BOLTON. Basing his movie around the work of acclaimed artist John Bolton and his paintings of nude, vampire-like&hellip&hellip…

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International Documentary Association

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Feature Documentaries(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&hellip…

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

IDA Award, Feature Documetaries(Nominee)

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island&hellip…

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International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

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 events, filmmaker Steve&hellip&hellip…

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Born To Be Blind (A Pessoa E Para O Que Nasce)

$19.95 | 90 minutes

Three blind sisters, linked by this extraordinary twist of fate, spend their lives singing and playing ganza for spare change on the streets and in the street markets of poverty stricken northeast Brazil. This documentary follows the daily chores of these women and how they survive on their own&hellip…

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International Film Festival Rotterdam

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

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 works of cinema&hellip&hellip…

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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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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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Istanbul 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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It's All True 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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Japanese Academy Awards

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Foreign Film

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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Jeonju International Film Festival

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

This is a jaw-droppingly bizarre movie from Korea that mixes scenes of gruesome torture and violence with comedy and heartbreaking profundity. Perhaps as a result of too many amphetamines and violent incidents in his past, beekeeper Lee Byeong Gu (Sin Ha-Gyun) has become convinced that an unscrupulous business tycoon (Kan Man-Shik) is&hellip&hellip…

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Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

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Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

$17.95 | 72 minutes

This documentary, focusing on intellectual Noam Chomsky and his post 9-11 political views, presents a personal interview along with snippets from lectures he delivered around the country in 2001 and 2002. Known more for his stance as a political theorist and charismatic speaker than his work as an M.I.T. linguist, Chomsky is revered by&hellip&hellip…

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It's Easier for A Camel

$15.95 | 110 minutes

Federica (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) has lived in her own fantasy world for much of her life. Now in her mid-30s, the wealthy daydreamer finds herself caught in a sharp divide between her exotic imaginary life and the more mundane reality that faces her every day. Her search to find some parity between the two worlds forms the backbone of&hellip&hellip…

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Kerala International Film Festival

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Silent Waters

$21.95 | 95 minutes

This gorgeously shot feature chronicles the lives of a mother and her teenage son in a rural Pakistani village in 1979. Saleem (Aamir Malik) is an aimless youth in love with local beauty Zubeida (Shilpa Shukla), and adored by his widowed mother, Ayesha (Kiron Kher). Life seems to flow in measured, bucolic beauty, but old and new trauma&hellip&hellip…

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Korean 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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La Milanesiana 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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Leeds International Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams the New York streets, spraying graffiti&hellip&hellip…

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Ljubljana International Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Kingfisher Award

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when their father (Konstantin Lavroneko) returns after a 12-year absence. Bullish&hellip…

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Locarno International Film Festival

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Free Radicals

$23.95 | 120 minutes

Golden Leopard(Nominee)

A car crash causes the random intersection of various lives in this Austrian film by Barbara Albert. Manu (Kathrin Resetarits) survives a plane crash only to die eight years later on impact with a carload of teenagers. She leaves behind a spooky little daughter Yvonne (Deborah Ten Brink), a grieving husband&hellip…

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Silent Waters

$21.95 | 95 minutes

Don Quixote Award - Special Mention
Bronze Leopard, Best Actress
Youth Jury Award - Special Mention
Prize of the Ecumenical Jury
Golden Leopard

This gorgeously shot feature chronicles the lives of a mother and her teenage son in a rural Pakistani village in 1979. Saleem (Aamir Malik) is an aimless youth in love&hellip…

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Golden Leopard(Nominee)

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when their father (Konstantin Lavroneko) returns after a 12-year absence&hellip…

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London Critics Circle Film Awards

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Best Film of the Year
Best Actress of the Year

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&hellip…

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London Film Festival

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

Shy Kenji is a Japanese librarian in Bangkok who lives within a neatly organized world and fantasizes about committing suicide, but gets interrupted every time he attempts to end his life. While at work, he becomes obsessed with a beautiful girl he spots through the bookshelves. Later, while attempting to jump off a bridge, he watches&hellip&hellip…

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Los Angeles Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams the New York streets, spraying graffiti&hellip&hellip…

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Louisville Jewish Film Festival

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

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 by British troops&hellip…

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Made in Miami Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Mar del Plata 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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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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Maui Film Festival

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Step Into Liquid

$10.95 | 90 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

With STEP INTO LIQUID, Dana Brown emerges from his legendary father's shadow and adds another classic film to the surf documentary canon. Son of hugely influential filmmaker Bruce Brown (THE ENDLESS SUMMER, ON ANY SUNDAY), Dana's debut as a writer/director is a gorgeously photographed tribute to&hellip…

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Melbourne Queer 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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Miami International Film Festival

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Tom Dowd and the Language of Music

$22.95 | 90 minutes

In the annals of pop music, there's probably no one other than legendary impresario John Hammond whose ubiquitousness compares with that of engineer/producer Tom Dowd. From the 1950s on, Dowd was both a tireless technological innovator and a uniquely musical engineer and producer. A key figure at the Atlantic and Stax labels, among others&hellip&hellip…

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MidCoast Film & Arts Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Milan International Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Best Music
Best Editing

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams&hellip…

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Montreal World Film Festival

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It's Easier for A Camel

$15.95 | 110 minutes

Federica (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) has lived in her own fantasy world for much of her life. Now in her mid-30s, the wealthy daydreamer finds herself caught in a sharp divide between her exotic imaginary life and the more mundane reality that faces her every day. Her search to find some parity between the two worlds forms the backbone of&hellip&hellip…

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Moscow 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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It's Easier for A Camel

$15.95 | 110 minutes

Golden St. George(Nominee)

Federica (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) has lived in her own fantasy world for much of her life. Now in her mid-30s, the wealthy daydreamer finds herself caught in a sharp divide between her exotic imaginary life and the more mundane reality that faces her every day. Her search to find some parity between&hellip…

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

Golden St. George
Silver St. George, Best Director

This is a jaw-droppingly bizarre movie from Korea that mixes scenes of gruesome torture and violence with comedy and heartbreaking profundity. Perhaps as a result of too many amphetamines and violent incidents in his past, beekeeper Lee Byeong Gu (Sin Ha-Gyun) has become convinced&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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Mumbai International Film Festival

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Shadow Kill

$17.95 | 91 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize

Set during a dark chapter in the history of India, SHADOW KILL is a moving drama that examines the life of a hangman. Responsible for the execution of more people than he can remember, Kaliyappan (Oduvil Unnikrishnan) struggles to continue with his job as he wrestles with his conscience. Having recently hanged a&hellip…

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Munich 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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Nantes Three Continents Festival

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Silent Waters

$21.95 | 95 minutes

Audience Award
Silver Montgolfiere

This gorgeously shot feature chronicles the lives of a mother and her teenage son in a rural Pakistani village in 1979. Saleem (Aamir Malik) is an aimless youth in love with local beauty Zubeida (Shilpa Shukla), and adored by his widowed mother, Ayesha (Kiron Kher). Life seems to flow in&hellip…

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Nantucket Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Nashville Film Festival

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Tom Dowd and the Language of Music

$22.95 | 90 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

In the annals of pop music, there's probably no one other than legendary impresario John Hammond whose ubiquitousness compares with that of engineer/producer Tom Dowd. From the 1950s on, Dowd was both a tireless technological innovator and a uniquely musical engineer and producer. A key figure&hellip…

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Nashville Independent Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Best Documentary

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come&hellip…

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Stories from the War on Homosexuality

$55.95 | 223 minutes

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 World War II. Based on Allan Berube's&hellip&hellip…

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NatFilm Festival: Film Festival of Denmark

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Live Forever

$11.95 | 82 minutes

In the mid-1990's, spurred both by the sudden explosion of bands like Oasis and Prime Minister Tony Blair's "Cool Brittania" campaign, British culture experienced a surge that made Anglophilia seem like a world phenomenon. At the heart of this heady craze was pop music, and suddenly, "Britpop" was born. Oasis, their would-be rivals Blur&hellip&hellip…

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

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 works of cinema&hellip&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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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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National Film Awards

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Shadow Kill

$17.95 | 91 minutes

Silver Lotus Award

Set during a dark chapter in the history of India, SHADOW KILL is a moving drama that examines the life of a hangman. Responsible for the execution of more people than he can remember, Kaliyappan (Oduvil Unnikrishnan) struggles to continue with his job as he wrestles with his conscience. Having recently hanged&hellip…

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New England Film & Video Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Best Documentary

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come&hellip…

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New Jersey International Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

Best Documentary

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And&hellip…

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New York Film Critics Circle Awards

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Non-Fiction Film

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold was a&hellip…

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New York Film Festival

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Free Radicals

$23.95 | 120 minutes

A car crash causes the random intersection of various lives in this Austrian film by Barbara Albert. Manu (Kathrin Resetarits) survives a plane crash only to die eight years later on impact with a carload of teenagers. She leaves behind a spooky little daughter Yvonne (Deborah Ten Brink), a grieving husband (Georg Friedrich) who was having&hellip&hellip…

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Bright Leaves

$12.95 | minutes

Ross McElwee directs this autobiographical documentary about his family's roots in the tobacco business in North Carolina. Taking a sabbatical from his home in Boston, he offers a culturally interesting history of the South as viewed through the biggest, wealthiest tobacco enterprises. Meanwhile, he examines a Hollywood movie that was&hellip&hellip…

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Newport Beach Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Newport International Film Festival

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Speedo

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Special Jury Award, Best Documentary

Exposing all the thrills and spills of the demolition derby, this highly personal documentary from director Jesse Moss focuses on the life of driver Ed "Speedo" Jager. Life as a top derby racer takes its toll on Jager's private life, with every professional peak being levelled out by a very&hellip…

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Nodance Film Festival

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Step Into Liquid

$10.95 | 90 minutes

With STEP INTO LIQUID, Dana Brown emerges from his legendary father's shadow and adds another classic film to the surf documentary canon. Son of hugely influential filmmaker Bruce Brown (THE ENDLESS SUMMER, ON ANY SUNDAY), Dana's debut as a writer/director is a gorgeously photographed tribute to surfing and the individuals who love it&hellip&hellip…

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One in Ten Film Festival

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Aimee & Jaguar

$23.95 | 125 minutes

In 1943, as World War II's Battle of Berlin rages, with air raids forcing families into their cellars for shelter and bombs exploding all over the city, Felice Schragenheim (Juliane Köhler) and Lilly Wust (Maria Schrader), fall in love. Director Max Färberböck's AIMEE & JAGUAR tells the true story of this passionate, forbidden love&hellip…

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One World: International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

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 events, filmmaker Steve&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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Oslo International Film Festival

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

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 events, filmmaker Steve&hellip&hellip…

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams the New York streets, spraying graffiti&hellip&hellip…

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Palm Beach International Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Palm Springs International Film Festival

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Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary

$23.95 | 75 minutes

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 works of cinema&hellip&hellip…

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Nine Good Teeth

$21.95 | 80 minutes

Few people witnessed the entire 20th Century unfold before their eyes, but one person who did was the mercurial Sicilian-American Mary Mirabito Livornese Cavalier (AKA Nana). Director and grandson of Nana, Alex Halpern meets with his grandmother on her 95th year to discuss her life, and the astonishing results are presented in NINE GOOD&hellip&hellip…

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Last Dance

$21.95 | 84 minutes

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 author-illustrator Maurice&hellip&hellip…

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In July

$17.95 | 96 minutes

Daniel (Moritz Bleibtreu, DAS EXPERIMENT, RUN LOLA RUN) is a shy and lovelorn science teacher in Hamburg, Germany. Juli (Christiane Paul) is a dread-locked, free-spirited Hamburg street vendor. They cross paths when Juli sells Daniel a sun-inscribed ring and tells him he will soon fall in love with a woman wearing a similar symbol--with&hellip&hellip…

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Paris German Film Festival

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Andy Goldsworthy - Rivers and Tides: Working With Time

$21.95 | 90 minutes

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, as well as in Nova Scotia&hellip&hellip…

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In July

$17.95 | 96 minutes

Daniel (Moritz Bleibtreu, DAS EXPERIMENT, RUN LOLA RUN) is a shy and lovelorn science teacher in Hamburg, Germany. Juli (Christiane Paul) is a dread-locked, free-spirited Hamburg street vendor. They cross paths when Juli sells Daniel a sun-inscribed ring and tells him he will soon fall in love with a woman wearing a similar symbol--with&hellip&hellip…

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Philadelphia International Film Festival

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

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 events, filmmaker Steve&hellip&hellip…

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In July

$17.95 | 96 minutes

Daniel (Moritz Bleibtreu, DAS EXPERIMENT, RUN LOLA RUN) is a shy and lovelorn science teacher in Hamburg, Germany. Juli (Christiane Paul) is a dread-locked, free-spirited Hamburg street vendor. They cross paths when Juli sells Daniel a sun-inscribed ring and tells him he will soon fall in love with a woman wearing a similar symbol--with&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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Port Townsend Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Prism Awards

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

Theatrical Feature Film

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&hellip…

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Prix Louis Delluc

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It's Easier for A Camel

$15.95 | 110 minutes

Prix Louis Delluc

Federica (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) has lived in her own fantasy world for much of her life. Now in her mid-30s, the wealthy daydreamer finds herself caught in a sharp divide between her exotic imaginary life and the more mundane reality that faces her every day. Her search to find some parity between the two worlds&hellip…

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Provincetown International Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

Best of Puchon

This is a jaw-droppingly bizarre movie from Korea that mixes scenes of gruesome torture and violence with comedy and heartbreaking profundity. Perhaps as a result of too many amphetamines and violent incidents in his past, beekeeper Lee Byeong Gu (Sin Ha-Gyun) has become convinced that an unscrupulous business tycoon&hellip…

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Pusan International Film Festival

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

Shy Kenji is a Japanese librarian in Bangkok who lives within a neatly organized world and fantasizes about committing suicide, but gets interrupted every time he attempts to end his life. While at work, he becomes obsessed with a beautiful girl he spots through the bookshelves. Later, while attempting to jump off a bridge, he watches&hellip&hellip…

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Silent Waters

$21.95 | 95 minutes

This gorgeously shot feature chronicles the lives of a mother and her teenage son in a rural Pakistani village in 1979. Saleem (Aamir Malik) is an aimless youth in love with local beauty Zubeida (Shilpa Shukla), and adored by his widowed mother, Ayesha (Kiron Kher). Life seems to flow in measured, bucolic beauty, but old and new trauma&hellip&hellip…

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Revelation Perth 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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Rhode Island International Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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Robert Festival

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Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best American Film(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&hellip…

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Rooftop Films

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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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Russian Guild of Film Critics

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Golden Aries, Best Film
Golden Aries, Best Cinematography
Golden Aries, Best Debut

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when their&hellip…

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San Antonio Underground Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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San Diego Comicon

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Neil Gaiman's "A Short Film About John Bolton"

$21.95 | 30 minutes

Known for his best-selling graphic novel, SANDMAN, alongside other titles such as his novel AMERICAN GODS, and his foray into children's fiction, CORALINE, Neil Gaiman takes a step into the film world with A SHORT FILM ABOUT JOHN BOLTON. Basing his movie around the work of acclaimed artist John Bolton and his paintings of nude, vampire-like&hellip&hellip…

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San Diego Film Critics Society Awards

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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 Film Critics Circle

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold was a well-respected&hellip…

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San Francisco International Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&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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San Francisco World Film Festival

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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$19.95 | 56 minutes

This provocative and revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or&hellip…

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San Sebastián International Film Festival

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Memories of Murder

$19.95 | 129 minutes

Silver Seashell
Best New Director
Golden Seashell(Nominee)
FIPRESCI Prize

This shocking tale is designed to repulse viewers, chiefly because it's based on a horrific true story. Following the activities of South Korea's first serial killer, MEMORIES OF MURDER tracks the gruesome events through the eyes of the two detectives&hellip…

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

FIPRESCI Director of the Year

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her hotel room&hellip…

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Sao Paulo International Film Festival

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold was a well-respected&hellip…

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Seattle Film Critics Awards

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold was a well-respected&hellip…

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Seattle International 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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Singapore 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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The Gospel According to St. Matthew

$17.95 | 142 minutes

Christ's life is presented with respect for the traditional religious doctrine of the Church, but Pasolini's trademark naturalism "humanizes" his subject and makes him his own. The documentary-style camera captures Christ's meetings with the men who were to become his disciples, the Last Supper, the betrayal by Judas, and the Crucifixion&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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Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

$17.95 | 72 minutes

This documentary, focusing on intellectual Noam Chomsky and his post 9-11 political views, presents a personal interview along with snippets from lectures he delivered around the country in 2001 and 2002. Known more for his stance as a political theorist and charismatic speaker than his work as an M.I.T. linguist, Chomsky is revered by&hellip&hellip…

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Slamdance Film Festival

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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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Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold was a well-respected&hellip…

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Stockholm International Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams the New York streets, spraying graffiti&hellip&hellip…

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Stoney Brook 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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Stranger Than Fiction Documentary 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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Sundance Film Festival

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Tom Dowd and the Language of Music

$22.95 | 90 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

In the annals of pop music, there's probably no one other than legendary impresario John Hammond whose ubiquitousness compares with that of engineer/producer Tom Dowd. From the 1950s on, Dowd was both a tireless technological innovator and a uniquely musical engineer and producer. A key figure&hellip…

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits&hellip…

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)
Cinematography Award, Documentary

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&hellip…

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold&hellip…

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SXSW Film Festival

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Tom Dowd and the Language of Music

$22.95 | 90 minutes

In the annals of pop music, there's probably no one other than legendary impresario John Hammond whose ubiquitousness compares with that of engineer/producer Tom Dowd. From the 1950s on, Dowd was both a tireless technological innovator and a uniquely musical engineer and producer. A key figure at the Atlantic and Stax labels, among others&hellip&hellip…

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Speedo

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Exposing all the thrills and spills of the demolition derby, this highly personal documentary from director Jesse Moss focuses on the life of driver Ed "Speedo" Jager. Life as a top derby racer takes its toll on Jager's private life, with every professional peak being levelled out by a very personal trough. Totally addicted to the rush&hellip&hellip…

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

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 events, filmmaker Steve&hellip&hellip…

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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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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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Telluride Film Festival

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her hotel room. But there's a hitch: Aimee is married&hellip&hellip…

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Thessaloniki Film Festival

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Free Radicals

$23.95 | 120 minutes

Golden Alexander(Nominee)

A car crash causes the random intersection of various lives in this Austrian film by Barbara Albert. Manu (Kathrin Resetarits) survives a plane crash only to die eight years later on impact with a carload of teenagers. She leaves behind a spooky little daughter Yvonne (Deborah Ten Brink), a grieving husband&hellip…

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize - Parallel Sections(Special Mention)

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when their father (Konstantin Lavroneko) returns&hellip…

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Tokyo International Film Festival

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Memories of Murder

$19.95 | 129 minutes

Asian Film Award

This shocking tale is designed to repulse viewers, chiefly because it's based on a horrific true story. Following the activities of South Korea's first serial killer, MEMORIES OF MURDER tracks the gruesome events through the eyes of the two detectives investigating the case. The murders unfolded in 1986, a time&hellip…

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Tokyo International Gay & Lesbian 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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Toronto Film Critics Association Awards

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Best Performance

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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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold was a well-respected&hellip…

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Toronto International Film Festival

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Tom Dowd and the Language of Music

$22.95 | 90 minutes

In the annals of pop music, there's probably no one other than legendary impresario John Hammond whose ubiquitousness compares with that of engineer/producer Tom Dowd. From the 1950s on, Dowd was both a tireless technological innovator and a uniquely musical engineer and producer. A key figure at the Atlantic and Stax labels, among others&hellip&hellip…

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

Shy Kenji is a Japanese librarian in Bangkok who lives within a neatly organized world and fantasizes about committing suicide, but gets interrupted every time he attempts to end his life. While at work, he becomes obsessed with a beautiful girl he spots through the bookshelves. Later, while attempting to jump off a bridge, he watches&hellip&hellip…

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Purple Butterfly

$11.95 | 127 minutes

This melancholic, brooding romantic thriller stars Zhang Ziyi (HERO; CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) as Ding Hui, a Chinese woman who is part of a secret anti-Japanese terrorist organization in 1931 Shanghai. Three years earlier, under her real name, Cynthia, she was a factory worker in Manchuria carrying on a romance with a Japanese&hellip&hellip…

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Free Radicals

$23.95 | 120 minutes

A car crash causes the random intersection of various lives in this Austrian film by Barbara Albert. Manu (Kathrin Resetarits) survives a plane crash only to die eight years later on impact with a carload of teenagers. She leaves behind a spooky little daughter Yvonne (Deborah Ten Brink), a grieving husband (Georg Friedrich) who was having&hellip&hellip…

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

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 events, filmmaker Steve&hellip&hellip…

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Bright Leaves

$12.95 | minutes

Ross McElwee directs this autobiographical documentary about his family's roots in the tobacco business in North Carolina. Taking a sabbatical from his home in Boston, he offers a culturally interesting history of the South as viewed through the biggest, wealthiest tobacco enterprises. Meanwhile, he examines a Hollywood movie that was&hellip&hellip…

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when their father (Konstantin Lavroneko) returns after a 12-year absence. Bullish and intense, the patriarch&hellip&hellip…

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Travellers & Magicians

$23.95 | 108 minutes

Writer-director Khyentse Norbu, who scored an international hit with the 1999 drama THE CUP (PHORPA), about Tibetan refugees obsessed with watching the World Cup soccer finals, returns to his homeland to make the remarkably charming and engaging TRAVELLERS & MAGICIANS, the first feature-length film to be made completely within the Kingdom&hellip&hellip…

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

This is a jaw-droppingly bizarre movie from Korea that mixes scenes of gruesome torture and violence with comedy and heartbreaking profundity. Perhaps as a result of too many amphetamines and violent incidents in his past, beekeeper Lee Byeong Gu (Sin Ha-Gyun) has become convinced that an unscrupulous business tycoon (Kan Man-Shik) is&hellip&hellip…

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Toulouse Latin America Film Festival

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

Grand Prix

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&hellip…

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Tribeca Film Festival

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Ashtanga, NY

$17.95 | 30 minutes

A celebrated form of yoga, Ashtanga has gained a loyal following amongst disciples of the discipline. This release is one of the more unusual yoga titles on the market. Originally designed as a concert film to celebrate the style, the staging was interrupted by the events of September 11th 2001. Realigned to reflect the events of that&hellip&hellip…

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It's Easier for A Camel

$15.95 | 110 minutes

Best Actress
Best Emerging Filmmaker

Federica (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) has lived in her own fantasy world for much of her life. Now in her mid-30s, the wealthy daydreamer finds herself caught in a sharp divide between her exotic imaginary life and the more mundane reality that faces her every day. Her search to find some parity&hellip…

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest roams the New York streets, spraying graffiti&hellip&hellip…

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Souvenir Views

$7.95 | 24 minutes

Marc Larre Miranda, influenced by the Situationist Movement, leaves his native Barcelona, Spain and travels to New York to live an extreme experience of poverty to grow and learn from it. Little does he know that he will be witnessing the worst attack ever on U.S. soil, the destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001&hellip&hellip…

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Uppsala Horror 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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Urbanworld Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

MECCA Movie Award, Best Director

Set in New York City, this compelling drama about a young graffiti artist highlights the risky--sometimes life-threatening--nature of such a pursuit. Director Adam Bhala Lough casts the talented young actor Mark Webber (DEAR WENDY) as Blest, a graffiti artist the NYPD is desperate to catch. Blest&hellip…

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Vancouver International Film Festival

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Step Into Liquid

$10.95 | 90 minutes

With STEP INTO LIQUID, Dana Brown emerges from his legendary father's shadow and adds another classic film to the surf documentary canon. Son of hugely influential filmmaker Bruce Brown (THE ENDLESS SUMMER, ON ANY SUNDAY), Dana's debut as a writer/director is a gorgeously photographed tribute to surfing and the individuals who love it&hellip&hellip…

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

Shy Kenji is a Japanese librarian in Bangkok who lives within a neatly organized world and fantasizes about committing suicide, but gets interrupted every time he attempts to end his life. While at work, he becomes obsessed with a beautiful girl he spots through the bookshelves. Later, while attempting to jump off a bridge, he watches&hellip&hellip…

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Vassar College

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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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Venice International Film Festival

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

Upstream Prize, Best Actor

Shy Kenji is a Japanese librarian in Bangkok who lives within a neatly organized world and fantasizes about committing suicide, but gets interrupted every time he attempts to end his life. While at work, he becomes obsessed with a beautiful girl he spots through the bookshelves. Later, while attempting&hellip…

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

'CinemAvvenire' Award, Best First Film
Golden Lion
Sergio Trasatti Award
SIGNIS Award
Luigi De Laurentiis Award

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives&hellip…

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Vienna International 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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Warsaw 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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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Smitten with a woman he sees on the subway platform, Alex (Nikolaj Lie Kass) impulsively leaves his girlfriend, Simone (Maria Bonnevie) in pursuit of the stranger. Alex and Aimee (also played by Maria Bonnevie) first share a conversation in a bar, and then spend the night together in her hotel room. But there's a hitch: Aimee is married&hellip&hellip…

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Washington Jewish Film Festival

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

Whitwell, TN is a small, rural community of less than two thousand people nestled in the mountains of Tennessee. Its citizens are almost exclusively white and Christian. In 1998, the children of Whitwell Middle School took on an inspiring project, launched out of their principal's desire to help&hellip…

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WESTfest Short Film and Video Festival

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Perils in Nude Modeling

$3.95 | 10 minutes

Audience Award
Best Cinematography
Best Production Design

Perils In Nude Modeling focuses on a art students struggle between his love for a hegre art model and his demanding hegre arts teacher. Scott Rice directed Perils In Nude Modeling. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online&hellip…

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Woods Hole Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

Prize of Excellence

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&hellip…

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