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Academy Awards

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary, Features(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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AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival

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Gay Republicans

$14.95 | 62 minutes

Audience Award

Gay Republicans were faced with a difficult challenge in the election of 2004, when the intolerance of the Republican incumbent George W. Bush placed them in direct opposition to their party loyalty. Log Cabin, the gay Republican club which has been in operation since 1977, was put under the spotlight during the&hellip…

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Ales Film Festival

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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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American Cinema Editors

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Edited Documentary Film(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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Ankara Flying Broom International Women's Film Festival

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It's Easier for A Camel

$15.95 | 110 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize

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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Arizona International Film Festival

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and the immigrants resulting&hellip&hellip…

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Arsenals International Film Festival

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&hellip…

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Asian American International Film Festival

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Travellers & Magicians

$23.95 | 108 minutes

Emerging Director Award

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&hellip…

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Atlanta Film Festival

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&hellip…

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Jury Award - Best Animated Short

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I&hellip…

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Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Audience Award, Best Film(Wnner)

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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Auckland International Film Festival

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&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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Austin Film Festival

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Imaginary Heroes

$7.95 | 112 minutes

This realistic family film starring Sigourney Weaver and Emile Hirsch as a loving mother and son asks some deep questions about mortality, the risks of depression, and staying together verses splitting up. Living in a beautiful house in a manicured suburban neighborhood, the Travis family seems flawless at first glance. That is, until&hellip&hellip…

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Awards of the Israeli Film Academy

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Watermarks

$23.95 | 77 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

"Yaron Zilberman's wonderful, heartwarming Watermarks" (Kevin Thomas, L.A. Times) narrates the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah. Founded in 1909 in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade most Austrian sports clubs from accepting Jewish athletes&hellip…

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Bangkok International Film Festival

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize

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&hellip…

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Belfast Film Festival

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The Boys and Girl from County Clare

$7.95 | 90 minutes

In the tradition of WAKING NED DEVINE and THE MATCHMAKER comes John Irvin's THE BOYS AND GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE, a charming Irish musical comedy. Set in the late 1960s, the film tells the story of two estranged brothers who reunite in County Clare to face off against each other in the country's biggest Ceili competition (a fiddle-based&hellip&hellip…

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BendFilm

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

Best In Show

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and the&hellip…

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Berkeley Video & Film Festival

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Unconstitutional: The War on Our Civil Liberties

$7.95 | 66 minutes

Grand Festival Award, Documentary

From producer/ provocateur Robert Greenwald (OUTFOXED, UNCOVERED: THE WAR ON IRAQ) comes the latest installment in his politically vehement series; this time, the prolific documentary producer tells the real story of the USA Patriot Act. Melding personal stories with words from the experts, the&hellip…

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Berlin International Film Festival

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Triple Agent

$21.95 | 115 minutes

Golden Berlin Bear(Nominee)

Directed by Eric Rohmer, TRIPLE AGENT is a 1930s-era thriller that focuses on the activities of a devious Russian spy. Rohmer guides his cast through some though-provoking material as Marxists, Fascists, and other groups fall under the watchful gaze of the spy, with most of the action based on actual&hellip…

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Black Maria Film and Video Festival

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Jurors First Prize

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could remember&hellip…

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Bodil Awards

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Best Actress(Nominee)
Best Film(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&hellip…

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Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema

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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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Boston Jewish Film Festival

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Watermarks

$23.95 | 77 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

"Yaron Zilberman's wonderful, heartwarming Watermarks" (Kevin Thomas, L.A. Times) narrates the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah. Founded in 1909 in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade most Austrian sports clubs from accepting Jewish&hellip…

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Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

BSFC Award, Best Actress(2nd Place)

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair&hellip…

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Broadcast 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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Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

Golden Raven

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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Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema

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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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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

ADF Cinematography Award
Best Actress

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&hellip…

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BUSTER Copenhagen International Children's Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Buster's Grand Prix

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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Cairo International Film Festival

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Divorce, Italian Style

$34.95 | 104 minutes

Director Pietro Germi's hilarious and pointed satire of Italian marital conventions is the prototypical Italian sex comedy. Ferdinando Cefalu, a handsome Sicilian nobleman, longs to marry his beautiful nubile cousin Angela. There's only one problem: he's already married. Living in a society that frowns on divorce but forgives crimes of&hellip…

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His Secret Life

$14.95 | 105 minutes

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

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Calgary International Film Festival

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins. Though she's happy for a while, Julia&hellip&hellip…

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Cambridge Film Festival

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&hellip&hellip…

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Camerimage Film Festival

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Bronze Frog
Golden Frog(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 hotel&hellip…

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Cannes Film Festival

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Imaginary Heroes

$7.95 | 112 minutes

This realistic family film starring Sigourney Weaver and Emile Hirsch as a loving mother and son asks some deep questions about mortality, the risks of depression, and staying together verses splitting up. Living in a beautiful house in a manicured suburban neighborhood, the Travis family seems flawless at first glance. That is, until&hellip&hellip…

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Nina's Tragedies

$16.95 | 106 minutes

This lovingly crafted Israeli film neatly combines kinky eroticism, drama, and quirky comedy. An interlocking series of stories are all observed or heard about by 14-year-old Nadav (Aviv Elkabets), who, beneath his glasses, braces, and bad haircut, suffers tortured longing for his sexy aunt, Nina (Ayelet July Zurer). He and his adult&hellip&hellip…

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Cronicas

$10.95 | 108 minutes

The murky ethics surrounding tabloid journalism mix with serial-killer intrigue in this powerful film by Ecuadorian writer-director Sebastian Cordero. John Leguizamo stars as Manolo, a Miami-based television reporter for a Spanish-language, real-crime TV show called One Hour with the Truth. While researching a story on The Monster, a&hellip&hellip…

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Cannes Market

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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Ondi Timoner's electrifying documentary tells a cautionary tale about the dangers and trappings of the rock & roll lifestyle. Shot over a seven-year span beginning in the mid-1990s, DIG! follows two bands, the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols, as they befriend each other, have a falling out, and find their careers heading&hellip&hellip…

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&hellip&hellip…

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Carolina Film and Video 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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Central Standard Film Festival

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Wellstone!

$19.95 | 88 minutes

The Filmmakers Hardworking Pictures, based in St. Paul, Minnesota comment: WELLSTONE! is a feature length documentary about a remarkable man who defied tradition and returned politics to the people. Like Paul Wellstone, the film is smart, funny, and full of surprises. The young man who was to become Senator Wellstone was the son of&hellip&hellip…

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Cesar Awards

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La Petite Lili

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Best Supporting Actor(Nominee)
Best Director(Nominee)
Most Promising Actress
Best Supporting Actress

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&hellip…

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Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Best New Director

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral&hellip…

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Chicago International Film Festival

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Imaginary Heroes

$7.95 | 112 minutes

This realistic family film starring Sigourney Weaver and Emile Hirsch as a loving mother and son asks some deep questions about mortality, the risks of depression, and staying together verses splitting up. Living in a beautiful house in a manicured suburban neighborhood, the Travis family seems flawless at first glance. That is, until&hellip&hellip…

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins. Though she's happy for a while, Julia&hellip&hellip…

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Chicago International Television Competition

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National Film Board of Canada - The Origins of AIDS

$7.95 | 43 minutes

Silver Hugo Award

More than 20 years after the AIDS epidemic started, we still do not know its origins. We know for sure that AIDS was born from contact between humans and chimpanzees infected by the simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV), a virus very similar to HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). But where, when and how did the&hellip…

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Chlotrudis 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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Cinema Classics

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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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Cinemanila International Film Festival

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Fitzcarraldo

$15.95 | 157 minutes

Director Werner Herzog returns to the exotic locales and obsessive themes of previous works in his Amazon masterpiece, FITZCARRALDO. Klaus Kinski gives a terrifying and determined portrayal of mad genius Fitzcarraldo, whose twin goals of making a fortune off the Amazon rubber trade and bringing an opera house to the jungle give the film&hellip&hellip…

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Best Actor
Lino Brocka Award(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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Cinessonne: festival du Cinema Europeen en Essonne

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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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CineVegas Film Festival

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Late Bloomer

$9.95 | 12 minutes

Download the hilarious musical short, LATE BLOOMER, official selection of the Sundance film festival! Something strange is happening in Miss Lovecraft's seventh grade class... LATE BLOOMER is a compelling and humorous look at sexual education gone horribly wrong. Loosely based on the dark tales of HP Lovecraft, this short film by award-winning&hellip&hellip…

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Cleveland 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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The Boys and Girl from County Clare

$7.95 | 90 minutes

In the tradition of WAKING NED DEVINE and THE MATCHMAKER comes John Irvin's THE BOYS AND GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE, a charming Irish musical comedy. Set in the late 1960s, the film tells the story of two estranged brothers who reunite in County Clare to face off against each other in the country's biggest Ceili competition (a fiddle-based&hellip&hellip…

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Cognac Festival du Film Policier

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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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Memories of Murder

$19.95 | 129 minutes

Grand Prix
Special Prize of the Police
Premiere Award
Prix Médiathèques

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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Copenhagen International Film Festival

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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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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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cph:dox: Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival

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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Ondi Timoner's electrifying documentary tells a cautionary tale about the dangers and trappings of the rock & roll lifestyle. Shot over a seven-year span beginning in the mid-1990s, DIG! follows two bands, the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols, as they befriend each other, have a falling out, and find their careers heading&hellip&hellip…

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Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

$21.95 | 89 minutes

In 1974, young Patty Hearst became a media icon after she was kidnapped from her apartment by a group calling itself the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). At the time, Patty was an impressionable college student who happened to be the granddaughter of the infamous William Randolph Hearst. The SLA's demands on Hearst's family were unique&hellip&hellip…

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deadCENTER Film Festival

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

Best Documentary

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and&hellip…

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Deauville Asian 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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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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Travellers & Magicians

$23.95 | 108 minutes

Audience Award

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&hellip…

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Deauville Festival of American Film

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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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Stage Beauty

$7.95 | 109 minutes

Billy Crudup and Claire Danes give extraordinary performances in Richard Eyre's STAGE BEAUTY, set in Restoration England in the 1660s. After Oliver Cromwell's 18-year ban on stage productions, King Charles II took the throne and encouraged the return of the theater; however, women were not permitted to act, so men had to play the female&hellip&hellip…

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Palindromes

$16.95 | 100 minutes

With PALINDROMES, fiercely independent writer-director Todd Solondz (HAPPINESS, STORYTELLING) places the topic of abortion under his scathing microscope. This time around, Solondz takes an even more daring approach by casting seven different actors to play the film's lead role. Aviva Victor is the young New Jersey cousin of the recently&hellip&hellip…

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Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

$21.95 | 89 minutes

In 1974, young Patty Hearst became a media icon after she was kidnapped from her apartment by a group calling itself the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). At the time, Patty was an impressionable college student who happened to be the granddaughter of the infamous William Randolph Hearst. The SLA's demands on Hearst's family were unique&hellip&hellip…

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Dinard British Film Festival

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Stage Beauty

$7.95 | 109 minutes

Billy Crudup and Claire Danes give extraordinary performances in Richard Eyre's STAGE BEAUTY, set in Restoration England in the 1660s. After Oliver Cromwell's 18-year ban on stage productions, King Charles II took the throne and encouraged the return of the theater; however, women were not permitted to act, so men had to play the female&hellip&hellip…

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Directors Guild of America

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary(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&hellip…

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Durban 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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Edinburgh International Film Festival

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

New Director's Award

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the&hellip…

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Emmy Awards

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

Emmy-Outstanding Cinematography(Nominee)

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

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Be Good, Smile Pretty

$19.95 | 56 minutes

Best Documentary

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 Lt. Don&hellip…

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Entrevues: Festival International du Film de Belfort

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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Ondi Timoner's electrifying documentary tells a cautionary tale about the dangers and trappings of the rock & roll lifestyle. Shot over a seven-year span beginning in the mid-1990s, DIG! follows two bands, the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols, as they befriend each other, have a falling out, and find their careers heading&hellip&hellip…

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European Film Awards

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

Best Cinematographer(Nominee)

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins&hellip…

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European Film Week

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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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Fajr Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Crystal Simorgh

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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FanTasia Festival

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

Jury Prize, Best Overall FanTasia Film
Jury Prize, Best Asian Film
AQCC Award

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&hellip…

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Febiofest: International Film, Television and Video 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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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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The Decline of the American Empire

$10.95 | 102 minutes

Acclaimed Canadian director Denys Arcand's witty comedy focuses on the marriages and affairs of eight intellectual friends. The group has plans to gather at a secluded house for dinner. While the four men prepare the food and reflect on their promiscuity, the four women discuss their own affairs at a nearby gym. At the dinner table, conflicts&hellip&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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Festival dei Popoli

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How Arnold Won the West

$14.95 | 80 minutes

The race for governance of California in 2003 was a milestone in American history, exhibiting a strain of unconventional measures and wacky antics not normally seen in electoral politics. Gray Davis was only a year into his second term when a lobby emerged, spearheaded and funded by Republican Congressman Darrell Issa, to recall his election&hellip&hellip…

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Festival International du Film d'Histoire

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How Arnold Won the West

$14.95 | 80 minutes

The race for governance of California in 2003 was a milestone in American history, exhibiting a strain of unconventional measures and wacky antics not normally seen in electoral politics. Gray Davis was only a year into his second term when a lobby emerged, spearheaded and funded by Republican Congressman Darrell Issa, to recall his election&hellip&hellip…

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Festroia: Troia International Film Festival

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The Execution of Wanda Jean

$21.95 | 88 minutes

Prize of the City of Setúbal - Special Mention

Produced as part of HBO's AMERICA UNDERCOVER series, THE EXECUTION OF WANDA JEAN follows the criminal case filed against Wanda Jean Harvey. Harvey was convicted of murder in Oklahoma and executed by lethal injection in 2001, despite lengthy protestations on her behalf due to Harvey's&hellip…

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Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Best Foreign-Language Film(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&hellip…

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Filmfest D.C.: The Washington D.C. International Film Festival

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Audience Award, Best Film

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 her students&hellip…

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Filmfest Munchen

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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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Flanders International Film Festival

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Nina's Tragedies

$16.95 | 106 minutes

This lovingly crafted Israeli film neatly combines kinky eroticism, drama, and quirky comedy. An interlocking series of stories are all observed or heard about by 14-year-old Nadav (Aviv Elkabets), who, beneath his glasses, braces, and bad haircut, suffers tortured longing for his sexy aunt, Nina (Ayelet July Zurer). He and his adult&hellip&hellip…

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&hellip…

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Flicker 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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Florida Film Critics Circle Awards

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Pauline Kael Breakout Award

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through&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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Florida Film Festival

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Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

$21.95 | 89 minutes

Grand Jury Award, Best Documentary Feature

In 1974, young Patty Hearst became a media icon after she was kidnapped from her apartment by a group calling itself the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). At the time, Patty was an impressionable college student who happened to be the granddaughter of the infamous William Randolph Hearst&hellip…

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Fresh Films Festival

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Do You Remember Dolly Bell?

$21.95 | 109 minutes

Director Emir Kusturica is known outside of his native Bosnia for films such as ARIZONA DREAM, UNDERGROUND and BLACK CAT, WHITE CAT. This early example of his work was shot in his home country in the early 1980s (when it was still known as Yugoslavia), is set in the 1960s, and follows the fortunes of a young man named Dino (Slavko Stimac)&hellip&hellip…

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Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and the immigrants resulting&hellip&hellip…

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

MTV Prize

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from&hellip…

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Gijon International Film Festival

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Rolling Family

$16.95 | minutes

Best Actress
Best Director(winner)
Best Feature(Nominee)

An aging matriarch (Graciana Chironi) assembles her children and grandchildren for a hilariously uncomfortable road trip in this low-key Argentinean comedy&hellip&hellip…

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Golden Globe Awards

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Best Foreign Language Film(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&hellip…

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Golden Satellite Awards

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

Best Motion Picture, 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&hellip…

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Best Motion Picture(Nominee)
Best Documentary DVD

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&hellip…

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Golden Trailer Awards

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Step Into Liquid

$10.95 | 90 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Documentary(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, Arnold was&hellip…

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Gotham Awards

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Bright Leaves

$12.95 | minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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Helsinki International Film Festival

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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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Hong Kong 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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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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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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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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La Petite Lili

$10.95 | 100 minutes

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, Lili (Ludivine Sagnier)&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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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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Hot Docs: Canadian International Documentary Festival

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National Film Board of Canada - The Origins of AIDS

$7.95 | 43 minutes

Best Director

More than 20 years after the AIDS epidemic started, we still do not know its origins. We know for sure that AIDS was born from contact between humans and chimpanzees infected by the simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV), a virus very similar to HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). But where, when and how did the devastating&hellip…

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Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute - Summer Screening

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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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HP Lovecraft Film Festival

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Late Bloomer

$9.95 | 12 minutes

Best Short Film
Best of the Fest

Download the hilarious musical short, LATE BLOOMER, official selection of the Sundance film festival! Something strange is happening in Miss Lovecraft's seventh grade class... LATE BLOOMER is a compelling and humorous look at sexual education gone horribly wrong. Loosely based on the dark tales&hellip…

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IFP Market

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La Sierra

$21.95 | 84 minutes

Best Documentary Feature

LA SIERRA is an intense, unflinching documentary about several young people living in Medellin, Columbia. The town is perpetually caught in the crossfire between two warring factions--the guerillas and the paramilitary forces--and the film explores the burden of life during wartime with a personal and&hellip…

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Iik!! Horror Film Festival

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Carnival of Souls

$34.95 | 161 minutes

Made in 1962 on an extremely low budget, Herk Harvey's classic CARNIVAL OF SOULS has become legendary for it's ability to create a tensely creepy atmosphere with virtually no special effects. A young woman (Candace Hilligoss) is involved in a car crash when her car falls off a bridge while drag racing with some friends. After she pulls&hellip&hellip…

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Independent Film Festival of Boston

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and the immigrants resulting&hellip&hellip…

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Independent Spirit Awards

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Truer Than Fiction Award(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 the friends&hellip…

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Best First Feature(Nominee)

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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Indianapolis International Film Festival

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Cronicas

$10.95 | 108 minutes

The murky ethics surrounding tabloid journalism mix with serial-killer intrigue in this powerful film by Ecuadorian writer-director Sebastian Cordero. John Leguizamo stars as Manolo, a Miami-based television reporter for a Spanish-language, real-crime TV show called One Hour with the Truth. While researching a story on The Monster, a&hellip&hellip…

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International Buddhist Film Festival

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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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International Documentary Association

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Hiding and Seeking

$21.95 | 85 minutes

IDA Award, Feature Documentaries(Nominee)

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

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International Film and Video Festival

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral with the same emotional&hellip&hellip…

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International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg

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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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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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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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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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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

KNF Award - Special Mention

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&hellip…

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Istanbul International Film Festival

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&hellip&hellip…

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It's All True International Documentary Film Festival

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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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Ivy League Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

Best Short Screenplay

Seemingly alone in his father's sleek Manhattan apartment, motherless Oliver is woken by the sounds of sex, and quickly finds that his father has brought home a young woman. Oliver then embarks on a mission to seduce her - into becoming his mother. . &hellip&hellip…

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Jackson Hole Film Festival

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Jury Award, Best Documentary
Audience Choice 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&hellip…

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Jakarta 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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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&hellip&hellip…

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Jerusalem Film Festival

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Watermarks

$23.95 | 77 minutes

Best Cinematography (Documentary)

"Yaron Zilberman's wonderful, heartwarming Watermarks" (Kevin Thomas, L.A. Times) narrates the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah. Founded in 1909 in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade most Austrian sports clubs from accepting&hellip…

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Jewish Image Awards in Film and Television

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Excellence in Cross Cultural Production

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&hellip…

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Jihlava Film Festival

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&hellip&hellip…

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Kansas City Film Critics Circle 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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Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee

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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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Karlovy Vary 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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The Boys and Girl from County Clare

$7.95 | 90 minutes

In the tradition of WAKING NED DEVINE and THE MATCHMAKER comes John Irvin's THE BOYS AND GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE, a charming Irish musical comedy. Set in the late 1960s, the film tells the story of two estranged brothers who reunite in County Clare to face off against each other in the country's biggest Ceili competition (a fiddle-based&hellip&hellip…

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I'll Sing For You

$17.95 | 77 minutes

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

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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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Grey Gardens and The Beales of Grey Gardens

$42.95 | 185 minutes

This two disc set from Criterion features the Maysles brother documentary Grey Gardens and Albert Maysles new sequel The Beales of Grey Gardens. Grey Gardens: Out in East Hampton, behind a cloud of overgrown foliage and weeds, there is a large decaying mansion which is home to Edith Bouvier Beale and her grown-up daughter known as&hellip&hellip…

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Lake Placid Film Festival

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Late Bloomer

$9.95 | 12 minutes

Audience Award(Best Short Film)

Download the hilarious musical short, LATE BLOOMER, official selection of the Sundance film festival! Something strange is happening in Miss Lovecraft's seventh grade class... LATE BLOOMER is a compelling and humorous look at sexual education gone horribly wrong. Loosely based on the dark tales&hellip…

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Las Vegas Film Critics Society 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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Latin America 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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Le French May

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Breathless

$34.95 | 90 minutes

Former "Cahiers du Cinma" critic Jean-Luc Godard threw everything he had learned from years of movie watching into his debut feature--creating an enormously influential film and a seminal study of existential longing and betrayal. Within the first few minutes, Michel (Belmondo), a foul-mouthed Parisian who idolizes Humphrey Bogart&hellip&hellip…

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Leeds International Film Festival

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral with the same emotional&hellip&hellip…

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Locarno International Film Festival

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How Arnold Won the West

$14.95 | 80 minutes

The race for governance of California in 2003 was a milestone in American history, exhibiting a strain of unconventional measures and wacky antics not normally seen in electoral politics. Gray Davis was only a year into his second term when a lobby emerged, spearheaded and funded by Republican Congressman Darrell Issa, to recall his election&hellip&hellip…

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Loisada Cortos

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

First Place

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could remember; it's&hellip…

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London Film Festival

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral with the same emotional&hellip&hellip…

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Palindromes

$16.95 | 100 minutes

With PALINDROMES, fiercely independent writer-director Todd Solondz (HAPPINESS, STORYTELLING) places the topic of abortion under his scathing microscope. This time around, Solondz takes an even more daring approach by casting seven different actors to play the film's lead role. Aviva Victor is the young New Jersey cousin of the recently&hellip&hellip…

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London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

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Love Is The Devil

$17.95 | 88 minutes

An intriguing biographical look at British painter Francis Bacon focusing on his turbulent and tragic relationship with lover George Dyer, a former boxer and small time thief. I, CLAUDIUS veteran Jacobi gives a fiery performance as the mischievous and emotionally chilly artist who is awakened one night in his ill-kempt studio by Dyer&hellip&hellip…

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Los Angeles Film Festival

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral with the same emotional&hellip&hellip…

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Los Angeles International Short Film Festival

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Late Bloomer

$9.95 | 12 minutes

Download the hilarious musical short, LATE BLOOMER, official selection of the Sundance film festival! Something strange is happening in Miss Lovecraft's seventh grade class... LATE BLOOMER is a compelling and humorous look at sexual education gone horribly wrong. Loosely based on the dark tales of HP Lovecraft, this short film by award-winning&hellip&hellip…

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Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival

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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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Lyon Asian 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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Madrid International Documentary Film Festival (Madrid, Spain)

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best Feature-Length 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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Maine International Film Festival

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral with the same emotional&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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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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Marco Island 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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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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Marrakech International Film Festival

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Imaginary Heroes

$7.95 | 112 minutes

This realistic family film starring Sigourney Weaver and Emile Hirsch as a loving mother and son asks some deep questions about mortality, the risks of depression, and staying together verses splitting up. Living in a beautiful house in a manicured suburban neighborhood, the Travis family seems flawless at first glance. That is, until&hellip&hellip…

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McGuffin 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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Mexico City International Contemporary Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

La Pieza, Best Film

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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Miami International Film Festival

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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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Midnight Sun Film Festival

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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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Milwaukee International Film Festival

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Unconstitutional: The War on Our Civil Liberties

$7.95 | 66 minutes

From producer/ provocateur Robert Greenwald (OUTFOXED, UNCOVERED: THE WAR ON IRAQ) comes the latest installment in his politically vehement series; this time, the prolific documentary producer tells the real story of the USA Patriot Act. Melding personal stories with words from the experts, the interviews invariably illuminate the assault&hellip…

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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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The Boys and Girl from County Clare

$7.95 | 90 minutes

In the tradition of WAKING NED DEVINE and THE MATCHMAKER comes John Irvin's THE BOYS AND GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE, a charming Irish musical comedy. Set in the late 1960s, the film tells the story of two estranged brothers who reunite in County Clare to face off against each other in the country's biggest Ceili competition (a fiddle-based&hellip&hellip…

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Montreal World Film Festival

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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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Nantucket Film Festival

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and the immigrants resulting&hellip&hellip…

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral with the same emotional&hellip&hellip…

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Nashville Film Festival

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and the immigrants resulting&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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NatFilm Festival: Film Festival of Denmark

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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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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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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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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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La Petite Lili

$10.95 | 100 minutes

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, Lili (Ludivine Sagnier)&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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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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National Board of Review

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Stage Beauty

$7.95 | 109 minutes

Special Recognition for Excellence in Filmmaking

Billy Crudup and Claire Danes give extraordinary performances in Richard Eyre's STAGE BEAUTY, set in Restoration England in the 1660s. After Oliver Cromwell's 18-year ban on stage productions, King Charles II took the throne and encouraged the return of the theater; however, women&hellip…

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Best Debut Director

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral&hellip…

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

NBR Award, Best Actress

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins. Though&hellip…

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New Orleans Film Festival

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

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

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New York Film Festival

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Palindromes

$16.95 | 100 minutes

With PALINDROMES, fiercely independent writer-director Todd Solondz (HAPPINESS, STORYTELLING) places the topic of abortion under his scathing microscope. This time around, Solondz takes an even more daring approach by casting seven different actors to play the film's lead role. Aviva Victor is the young New Jersey cousin of the recently&hellip&hellip…

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New York International Independent Film and Video Festival

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Infinite Vision

$14.95 | 35 minutes

INFINITE VISION is the story of Dr. V (Venkataswamy), the legendary eye surgeon from South India who made it his mission to restore sight to the blind and whose work has resulted in one of the world's most extraordinary models of service delivery. In a little over 25 years, Dr. V and his team have turned what started out as an 11-bed&hellip&hellip…

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New York Jewish Film Festival

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Nina's Tragedies

$16.95 | 106 minutes

This lovingly crafted Israeli film neatly combines kinky eroticism, drama, and quirky comedy. An interlocking series of stories are all observed or heard about by 14-year-old Nadav (Aviv Elkabets), who, beneath his glasses, braces, and bad haircut, suffers tortured longing for his sexy aunt, Nina (Ayelet July Zurer). He and his adult&hellip&hellip…

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New York Korean 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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New York Latino International Film Festival

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could remember; it's something I have&hellip&hellip…

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New York VisionFest

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Messengers

$24.95 | 87 minutes

Outstanding Achievement – Michele Hicks

A young doctor embarks on an enquiry into human existence...or the end of it? When Dr. Sarah Chapel arrives in a small fishing village to bury her father, she quickly realizes something is not right. Her father's patients are panicking; sure that no one&hellip…

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Newport 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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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Ondi Timoner's electrifying documentary tells a cautionary tale about the dangers and trappings of the rock & roll lifestyle. Shot over a seven-year span beginning in the mid-1990s, DIG! follows two bands, the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols, as they befriend each other, have a falling out, and find their careers heading&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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Nika Awards

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Best Film
Discovery of the Year(Nominee)
Best Cinematographer
Best Director(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&hellip…

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Nosotros Latino Fest

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Artistic Achievement Award

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could&hellip…

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One in Ten 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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One World: International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

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Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back

$15.95 | 96 minutes

A raucous and intimate road movie of Bob Dylan's 1965 tour of England, DON'T LOOK BACK may be perhaps the most influential rock star documentary of all time. D.A. Pennebaker's trademark cinema verit approach, with its comprehensive perspective, captures the paradoxical Dylan in alternating moments of confrontational&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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Online Film Critics Society Awards

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

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

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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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Palm Springs International Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize

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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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary Feature

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&hellip…

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Paris International Film Festival

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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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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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Peabody Awards

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

Peabody Award

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

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Philadelphia 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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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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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&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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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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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&hellip…

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Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards

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Stage Beauty

$7.95 | 109 minutes

Overlooked Film of the Year

Billy Crudup and Claire Danes give extraordinary performances in Richard Eyre's STAGE BEAUTY, set in Restoration England in the 1660s. After Oliver Cromwell's 18-year ban on stage productions, King Charles II took the throne and encouraged the return of the theater; however, women were not permitted&hellip…

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Breakout of the Year-Behind the Camera

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting&hellip…

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Portland International Film Festival

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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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Provincetown 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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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Ondi Timoner's electrifying documentary tells a cautionary tale about the dangers and trappings of the rock & roll lifestyle. Shot over a seven-year span beginning in the mid-1990s, DIG! follows two bands, the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols, as they befriend each other, have a falling out, and find their careers heading&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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Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

$21.95 | 89 minutes

In 1974, young Patty Hearst became a media icon after she was kidnapped from her apartment by a group calling itself the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). At the time, Patty was an impressionable college student who happened to be the granddaughter of the infamous William Randolph Hearst. The SLA's demands on Hearst's family were unique&hellip&hellip…

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Pusan International Film Festival

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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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A State of Mind

$23.95 | 93 minutes

With unprecedented access to the closed society of North Korea, British filmmaker Daniel Gordon and his crew set out to document the efforts of two schoolgirls--Pak Hyon Sun, 13, and her friend Kim Song Yon, 11, as they train in gymnastics for the massive governmental spectacle, The Mass Games, in the capital city of Pyongyang. Following&hellip&hellip…

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Pyongyang International Film Festival

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A State of Mind

$23.95 | 93 minutes

Best Music
Special Film Award

With unprecedented access to the closed society of North Korea, British filmmaker Daniel Gordon and his crew set out to document the efforts of two schoolgirls--Pak Hyon Sun, 13, and her friend Kim Song Yon, 11, as they train in gymnastics for the massive governmental spectacle, The Mass Games&hellip…

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Quart Festival

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

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

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Reel Identities Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender 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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Reel 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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Rehoboth Beach Independent 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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Rhode Island International Film Festival

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Late Bloomer

$9.95 | 12 minutes

Download the hilarious musical short, LATE BLOOMER, official selection of the Sundance film festival! Something strange is happening in Miss Lovecraft's seventh grade class... LATE BLOOMER is a compelling and humorous look at sexual education gone horribly wrong. Loosely based on the dark tales of HP Lovecraft, this short film by award-winning&hellip&hellip…

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Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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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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Robert Festival

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Best Editing
Best Sound
Best Cinematography(Nominee)
Best Director(Nominee)
Best Film(Nominee)
Best Make-Up(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&hellip…

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Rome International Film Festival

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Audience Award, Best Overall Film
Jury Award, Best American Documentary
Best Original Music Score

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&hellip…

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San Diego Latino Film Festival

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

Best Documentary

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and&hellip…

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Jury Award - Best Narrative Short

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since&hellip…

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San Francisco Independent Film Festival

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Bomb the System

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Audience Award, 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&hellip…

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San Sebastián International Film Festival

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins. Though she's happy for a while, Julia&hellip&hellip…

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Cronicas

$10.95 | 108 minutes

Horizons Award, Special Mention

The murky ethics surrounding tabloid journalism mix with serial-killer intrigue in this powerful film by Ecuadorian writer-director Sebastian Cordero. John Leguizamo stars as Manolo, a Miami-based television reporter for a Spanish-language, real-crime TV show called One Hour with the Truth. While&hellip…

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Sao Paulo Association of Art Critics Awards

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

Best Director
Best Editor

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&hellip…

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Sao Paulo International Film Festival

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&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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Scottsdale International Film Festival

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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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Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

$21.95 | 89 minutes

In 1974, young Patty Hearst became a media icon after she was kidnapped from her apartment by a group calling itself the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). At the time, Patty was an impressionable college student who happened to be the granddaughter of the infamous William Randolph Hearst. The SLA's demands on Hearst's family were unique&hellip&hellip…

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Seattle 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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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

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

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through the funeral with the same emotional&hellip&hellip…

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The Boys and Girl from County Clare

$7.95 | 90 minutes

In the tradition of WAKING NED DEVINE and THE MATCHMAKER comes John Irvin's THE BOYS AND GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE, a charming Irish musical comedy. Set in the late 1960s, the film tells the story of two estranged brothers who reunite in County Clare to face off against each other in the country's biggest Ceili competition (a fiddle-based&hellip&hellip…

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&hellip…

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Sheffield International Documentary Festival

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A State of Mind

$23.95 | 93 minutes

With unprecedented access to the closed society of North Korea, British filmmaker Daniel Gordon and his crew set out to document the efforts of two schoolgirls--Pak Hyon Sun, 13, and her friend Kim Song Yon, 11, as they train in gymnastics for the massive governmental spectacle, The Mass Games, in the capital city of Pyongyang. Following&hellip&hellip…

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Singapore International 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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Slamdance Film Festival

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Animation: Slamdance Short Film Compilation

$15.00 | 115 minutes

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

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SNOB: Somewhat North of Boston Film Festival

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Best Animated Short

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could remember&hellip…

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Sofia International Film Festival

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Grand Prix

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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Sonoma Valley Film Festival

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The Boys and Girl from County Clare

$7.95 | 90 minutes

In the tradition of WAKING NED DEVINE and THE MATCHMAKER comes John Irvin's THE BOYS AND GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE, a charming Irish musical comedy. Set in the late 1960s, the film tells the story of two estranged brothers who reunite in County Clare to face off against each other in the country's biggest Ceili competition (a fiddle-based&hellip&hellip…

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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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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Best Director – Enid Zentelis
Best Narrative Feature

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge&hellip…

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Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

Best Actress

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins. Though she's happy&hellip…

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Spindletop Film Festival

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Perils in Nude Modeling

$3.95 | 10 minutes

Best Film

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&hellip…

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St.Louis International Film Festival

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Late Bloomer

$9.95 | 12 minutes

Download the hilarious musical short, LATE BLOOMER, official selection of the Sundance film festival! Something strange is happening in Miss Lovecraft's seventh grade class... LATE BLOOMER is a compelling and humorous look at sexual education gone horribly wrong. Loosely based on the dark tales of HP Lovecraft, this short film by award-winning&hellip&hellip…

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Stockholm International Film Festival

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&hellip…

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Student Academy Awards

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Gold Prize

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could remember; it's&hellip…

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Sundance Film Festival

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)
Special Jury Prize, Documentary

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was&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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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Grand Jury Prize

Ondi Timoner's electrifying documentary tells a cautionary tale about the dangers and trappings of the rock & roll lifestyle. Shot over a seven-year span beginning in the mid-1990s, DIG! follows two bands, the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols, as they befriend each other, have a falling out, and&hellip…

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic(Nominee)

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting&hellip…

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)
Director's Award, Documentary

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's&hellip…

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Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

$21.95 | 89 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

In 1974, young Patty Hearst became a media icon after she was kidnapped from her apartment by a group calling itself the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). At the time, Patty was an impressionable college student who happened to be the granddaughter of the infamous William Randolph Hearst&hellip…

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The Execution of Wanda Jean

$21.95 | 88 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

Produced as part of HBO's AMERICA UNDERCOVER series, THE EXECUTION OF WANDA JEAN follows the criminal case filed against Wanda Jean Harvey. Harvey was convicted of murder in Oklahoma and executed by lethal injection in 2001, despite lengthy protestations on her behalf due to Harvey's extremely&hellip…

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&hellip…

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SXSW Film Festival

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Last Man Standing Politics, Texas Style

$21.95 | 56 minutes

The Republican grip on the country tightened in 2004 with the reelection of President George W. Bush. His native Texas is often viewed with bemusement by outsiders, especially some of the garrulous politicians who manage to make inroads into the national psyche. Filmmaker Paul Stekler decided to track down some of these effusive characters&hellip&hellip…

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

The late 1990s saw a large population of illegal Mexican immigrants desert their home country and take root in the unusual location of Farmingville, New York, in Long Island. Taking menial jobs that were shunned by the local community, the transition was an uneasy one, with rising tensions between the locals and the immigrants resulting&hellip&hellip…

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&hellip&hellip…

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Sydney 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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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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Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival

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The Eye 2

$10.95 | 98 minutes

Best Supporting Actress(Nominee)

Thai horror maestros Oxide and Danny Pang follow up their hit 2002 film with a sequel that equals the chills and creepy mise-en-scene of the first. Qi Shu (MILLENIUM MAMBO) stars as Joey Cheng, a troubled young woman who is pregnant with the child of the boyfriend who just dumped her. On holiday&hellip…

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Taos Talking Picture 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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Tarfest Short Film Festival

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could remember; it's something I have&hellip&hellip…

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Telluride Film Festival

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins. Though she's happy for a while, Julia&hellip&hellip…

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Palindromes

$16.95 | 100 minutes

With PALINDROMES, fiercely independent writer-director Todd Solondz (HAPPINESS, STORYTELLING) places the topic of abortion under his scathing microscope. This time around, Solondz takes an even more daring approach by casting seven different actors to play the film's lead role. Aviva Victor is the young New Jersey cousin of the recently&hellip&hellip…

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The Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

The Sarah and Harold Gottlieb Prize for Contributions to Jewish Culture

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&hellip…

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Thessaloniki 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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Toronto International Film Festival

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Stage Beauty

$7.95 | 109 minutes

Billy Crudup and Claire Danes give extraordinary performances in Richard Eyre's STAGE BEAUTY, set in Restoration England in the 1660s. After Oliver Cromwell's 18-year ban on stage productions, King Charles II took the throne and encouraged the return of the theater; however, women were not permitted to act, so men had to play the female&hellip&hellip…

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Imaginary Heroes

$7.95 | 112 minutes

This realistic family film starring Sigourney Weaver and Emile Hirsch as a loving mother and son asks some deep questions about mortality, the risks of depression, and staying together verses splitting up. Living in a beautiful house in a manicured suburban neighborhood, the Travis family seems flawless at first glance. That is, until&hellip&hellip…

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins. Though she's happy for a while, Julia&hellip&hellip…

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Cronicas

$10.95 | 108 minutes

The murky ethics surrounding tabloid journalism mix with serial-killer intrigue in this powerful film by Ecuadorian writer-director Sebastian Cordero. John Leguizamo stars as Manolo, a Miami-based television reporter for a Spanish-language, real-crime TV show called One Hour with the Truth. While researching a story on The Monster, a&hellip&hellip…

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Palindromes

$16.95 | 100 minutes

With PALINDROMES, fiercely independent writer-director Todd Solondz (HAPPINESS, STORYTELLING) places the topic of abortion under his scathing microscope. This time around, Solondz takes an even more daring approach by casting seven different actors to play the film's lead role. Aviva Victor is the young New Jersey cousin of the recently&hellip&hellip…

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Tribeca Film Festival

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Stage Beauty

$7.95 | 109 minutes

Billy Crudup and Claire Danes give extraordinary performances in Richard Eyre's STAGE BEAUTY, set in Restoration England in the 1660s. After Oliver Cromwell's 18-year ban on stage productions, King Charles II took the throne and encouraged the return of the theater; however, women were not permitted to act, so men had to play the female&hellip&hellip…

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Tromso International Film Festival

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

Audience 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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Uppsala Queer 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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Urban Mediamakers Film Festival

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Best Creative Short

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could remember&hellip…

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US Comedy Arts Festival

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Perils in Nude Modeling

$3.95 | 10 minutes

Best College Short

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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Vancouver International Film Festival

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair begins. Though she's happy for a while, Julia&hellip&hellip…

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Venice International Film Festival

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Palindromes

$16.95 | 100 minutes

Golden Lion(Nominee)

With PALINDROMES, fiercely independent writer-director Todd Solondz (HAPPINESS, STORYTELLING) places the topic of abortion under his scathing microscope. This time around, Solondz takes an even more daring approach by casting seven different actors to play the film's lead role. Aviva Victor is the young New&hellip…

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Grand Sons

$17.95 | 84 minutes

Venice Horizons Award

The quiet story of a bond that grows between an elderly Jewish grandmother (Reine Ferrato) and her gay grandson, Guillaume (Guillaume Quatravaux), THE GRAND SONS is an award-winning drama from French director Ilan Duran Cohen. Unfolding with a warm humor that delights in its characters' foibles, the story&hellip…

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Gilles' Wife

$21.95 | 103 minutes

CICAE Award – Frédéric Fonteyne

A distant French town plays host to some shocking events in GILLES' WIFE. Director Frédéric Fonteyne (AN AFFAIR OF LOVE) guides his cast through some tumultuous material after a man is accused of having an affair with his wife's sister&hellip&hellip…

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Vienna International Film Festival

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How Arnold Won the West

$14.95 | 80 minutes

The race for governance of California in 2003 was a milestone in American history, exhibiting a strain of unconventional measures and wacky antics not normally seen in electoral politics. Gray Davis was only a year into his second term when a lobby emerged, spearheaded and funded by Republican Congressman Darrell Issa, to recall his election&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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Viennale

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Watermarks

$23.95 | 77 minutes

Reader Jury of the "Standard" - Honorable Mention

"Yaron Zilberman's wonderful, heartwarming Watermarks" (Kevin Thomas, L.A. Times) narrates the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah. Founded in 1909 in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade most Austrian sports clubs&hellip…

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Warsaw International Film Festival

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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Ondi Timoner's electrifying documentary tells a cautionary tale about the dangers and trappings of the rock & roll lifestyle. Shot over a seven-year span beginning in the mid-1990s, DIG! follows two bands, the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the Dandy Warhols, as they befriend each other, have a falling out, and find their careers heading&hellip&hellip…

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents the process from beginning to end&hellip&hellip…

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Nina's Tragedies

$16.95 | 106 minutes

This lovingly crafted Israeli film neatly combines kinky eroticism, drama, and quirky comedy. An interlocking series of stories are all observed or heard about by 14-year-old Nadav (Aviv Elkabets), who, beneath his glasses, braces, and bad haircut, suffers tortured longing for his sexy aunt, Nina (Ayelet July Zurer). He and his adult&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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Warsaw International Film Festival Jewish Motives

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Hiding and Seeking

$21.95 | 85 minutes

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

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Nina's Tragedies

$16.95 | 106 minutes

This lovingly crafted Israeli film neatly combines kinky eroticism, drama, and quirky comedy. An interlocking series of stories are all observed or heard about by 14-year-old Nadav (Aviv Elkabets), who, beneath his glasses, braces, and bad haircut, suffers tortured longing for his sexy aunt, Nina (Ayelet July Zurer). He and his adult&hellip&hellip…

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Washington Jewish Film Festival

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Watermarks

$23.95 | 77 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

"Yaron Zilberman's wonderful, heartwarming Watermarks" (Kevin Thomas, L.A. Times) narrates the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah. Founded in 1909 in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade most Austrian sports clubs from accepting Jewish&hellip…

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West Chester Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

Best Short

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

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WESTfest Short Film and Video Festival

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Perils in Nude Modeling

$3.95 | 10 minutes

Grand Jury Prize

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&hellip…

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Wisconsin 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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World Cinema Naples 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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Yubari International Fantastic 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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