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Academy Awards

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Divided We Stand

$14.95 | 78 minutes

DIVIDED WE STAND - A ROAD TRIP THROUGH AN AMERICAN ELECTION Divided We Stand is a video journey during the waning days of the 2004 Presidential Election. The director, Tom Drew, weaves his way across the Southwest through a line of 'swing states', from his home in Los Angeles to his parent's farm in Arkansas. The colorful assortment&hellip…

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AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival

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The Dead Girl

$7.95 | 85 minutes

Karen Moncrieff follows up her well-received debut feature, BLUE CAR, with THE DEAD GIRL, an impressive, haunting ensemble drama. When a young girl is found murdered, the lives of several different individuals are impacted. Some of these connections are peripheral, while many others are painfully direct. The film is broken up into five&hellip&hellip…

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American Film Institute

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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and photojournalist Brian&hellip&hellip…

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Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival

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Gonzo Music Diaries, NYC

$4.99 | 82 minutes

One Punk, One Concert Fanatic, One Filmmaker, One Goal...An activist music festival nine days before The Republican National Convention. Gonzo Music Diaries, NYC is a time capsule of the music and politics that shaped New York City in 2004. Music fanatic Concert Joe, punk rocker Tony Petrozza and the film's director, Roy Szuper&hellip&hellip…

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Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival

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The Monastery: Mr. Vig & the Nun

$19.95 | 85 minutes

Joris Ivens Award

The Monastery: Mr. Vig & the Nun is the story of two lonely souls and their destiny to meet each other. Mr. Vig is a 86 year old bachelor livng his life in solarium until by fate Sister Amvrosija comes into his life. his dream of leaving his danish country side castle to the Russian orthodox church to be come&hellip…

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Anchorage International Film Festival

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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and photojournalist Brian&hellip&hellip…

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Angelus Student Film Festival

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Ghost Soldier

$7.95 | 15 minutes

James, an American soldier in Iraq, has just become a POW in Fallujah. More than anything, he wants to escape in order to see his childhood best friend and first love, Emma, and to fulfill their promise. Captured alongside him is another American soldier, Misha. In order to escape his state of confinement, James retreats intermittently&hellip&hellip…

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Arizona International Film Festival

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Crossing Arizona

$24.95 | 75 minutes

Best Documentary

Heightened security in California and Texas has pushed illegal border-crossers into the treacherous Arizona desert in unprecedented numbers - an estimated 4,500 a day. Most are men in search of work, but increasingly the border-crossers are women and children seeking to reunite with their families. This influx&hellip…

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Asiaticafilmmediale: Asian Film Festival

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Journey Into Buddhism - BOX SET

$28.95 | 255 minutes

With poetic visuals and striking sounds, the JOURNEY INTO BUDDHISM trilogy is composed of three "Yatra" (Sanskrit for spiritual journey) through the diverse world of Buddhist belief. Journey into the living traditions and lost civilizations of this vibrant part of the world and explore the universal ideals of wisdom, compassion, and&hellip&hellip…

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Atlanta Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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War and Truth

$17.95 | 74 minutes

With a wealth of never-before-seen images, WAR AND TRUTH examines the predicament of embedded journalists, from World War II to the second Gulf War. Staking their lives on their work, and just as often having it censored from public view, this politically charged documentary explores the dilemmas and determination of these courageous&hellip…

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How I Learned to Speak Turkish

$7.95 | 19 minutes

Best Short Documentary

Last summer, filmmaker Therese Shechter headed to Turkey for a much-needed vacation. She also planned to interview young Turkish women for a documentary on feminism. Instead, she became fascinated with the men. And they were fascinated with her. HOW I LEARNED TO SPEAK TURKISH chronicles one woman's obsession&hellip…

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Austin Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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Bangkok International Film Festival

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Journey Into Buddhism - BOX SET

$28.95 | 255 minutes

With poetic visuals and striking sounds, the JOURNEY INTO BUDDHISM trilogy is composed of three "Yatra" (Sanskrit for spiritual journey) through the diverse world of Buddhist belief. Journey into the living traditions and lost civilizations of this vibrant part of the world and explore the universal ideals of wisdom, compassion, and&hellip&hellip…

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Naked in Ashes

$19.95 | 97 minutes

NAKED IN ASHES follows Indian Yogis on their pilgrimage to the Himalayas. Watch the Naked In Ashes torrent&hellip…

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BendFilm

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The Trials of Darryl Hunt: (Audiences under 250) - SCREENING KIT

$155.00 | 107 minutes

Best of Show
Audience Award

Groups across the Globe are screening The Trials of Darryl Hunt. With footage culled from a 20-year period this documentary tells the tale of shocking racial bias in the American South as the murder trial of Darryl Hunt winds to a terrible conclusion&hellip…

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Berkeley Video & Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

Grand Festival Award for Student Filmmaker

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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Berkshire International Film Festival

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Little Red Jiving Hood

$7.95 | 11 minutes

In a deep, deep forest lives a little girl who wears a Little Red--wait a minute. You know the story. But not quite like this... Mystery. Destiny. Redemption. Sukiyaki. This musical retelling of the age-old classic has everything. And more. Little Red Jiving Hood takes place in a surreal world where houses have bagels&hellip&hellip…

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Berlin International Film Festival

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Brand upon the Brain!

$34.95 | 99 minutes

In the weird and wonderful supercinematic world of Canadian cult filmmaker Guy Maddin, personal memory collides with movie lore for a radical sensory overload. This eerie excursion into the Gothic recesses of Maddin's mad, imaginary childhood is a silent, black-and-white comic science-fiction nightmare set in a lighthouse on grim Black&hellip&hellip…

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Big Muddy Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and photojournalist Brian&hellip&hellip…

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Black Maria Film and Video Festival

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Brooklyn Independent Vol 1: Compilation

$16.95 | 95 minutes

Newly Re-Mastered! Joe Pacheco, Curator of the Brooklyn Independent Cinema Series, has selected 10 stellar shorts film for this DVD compilation. They have all played at major festivals and won important awards but, most importantly, they have played at Pacheco's screening series, which takes place every other Monday&hellip&hellip…

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Bogota Film Festival

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Autumn's Eyes

$4.99 | 59 minutes

AUTUMN'S EYES is a compelling documentary about a 3-year-old girl who tries to navigate through the harsh reality of severe poverty, her teenage mother's incarceration and looming foster care. Charming, obedient, and unable to fully comprehend the severity of her environment, Autumn is shielded from her own reality. Caught between the&hellip&hellip…

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Boston International Film Festival

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Eleven Eleven

$9.95 | 20 minutes

Best Cinematography(Short Film)

Sometimes love plays better in reverse... Anna and Otto, the narcissistic lovers in 11:11, glide around a gravity free universe erasing their collective past with every step they take. Anna's pregnancy is a turning point in their relationship. When Otto exploits Anna's experience and turns it into&hellip…

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Brooklyn International Film Festival

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Crossing Arizona

$24.95 | 75 minutes

Audience Award

Heightened security in California and Texas has pushed illegal border-crossers into the treacherous Arizona desert in unprecedented numbers - an estimated 4,500 a day. Most are men in search of work, but increasingly the border-crossers are women and children seeking to reunite with their families. This influx of&hellip…

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Brooklyn Underground Film Festival

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High Score

$19.95 | 52 minutes

Audience Award(Best Documentary)

One Quarter. Two Days. No Pause Button... Although technology continues to evolve, a group of die-hard gamers refuses to abandon the classic arcade games of yesteryear. The 80's live on for these enthusiasts, who compete against each other and history to record the world's highest scores. Portland&hellip…

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Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film

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Subject Two

$7.95 | 93 minutes

High atop the Rocky Mountains, a visionary scientist, Dr. Vick, along with his unwitting medical student assistant, Adam Schmidt, engage in controversial and gruesome research on death and resurrection. A modern take on the classic Frankenstein tale of horror, Subject Two will raise the hair on the back of your neck, and leave you&hellip&hellip…

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Cambridge Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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Cannes Film Festival

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The Empire In Africa

$17.95 | 87 minutes

Critic's Week(Official Selection)

The rebels who started the civil war in Sierra Leone 15 years ago wanted only one thing: to reclaim the richness of the country from foreign corporations in order to end the exploitation of its people. In response, the international community decided to wage a war on this country, with bombs&hellip…

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Paris, Je T'aime

$7.95 | 110 minutes

Official Selection

Eighteen different directors and a slew of indie actors come together for PARIS, JE T'AIME, a cinematic homage to the City of Light. Each director presents his or her own short story set in a different Parisian quarter, each one featuring a different cast of characters. The pieces vary in length, with some of&hellip…

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CBGB's Gallery

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Gonzo Music Diaries, NYC

$4.99 | 82 minutes

One Punk, One Concert Fanatic, One Filmmaker, One Goal...An activist music festival nine days before The Republican National Convention. Gonzo Music Diaries, NYC is a time capsule of the music and politics that shaped New York City in 2004. Music fanatic Concert Joe, punk rocker Tony Petrozza and the film's director, Roy Szuper&hellip&hellip…

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Cesar Awards

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Le Petit Lieutenant

$21.95 | 110 minutes

Best Film(Nominated)
Best Director(Nominated) – Xavier Beauvois
Best Actress – Nathalie Baye
Best Supporting Actor(Nominated) – Roschdy Zem
Best Writing - Original(Nominated) – Xavier Beauvois

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Chicago International Television Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

Silver Hugo Award

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. 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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Cine Las Americas Film Festival

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Crossing Arizona

$24.95 | 75 minutes

Audience Award

Heightened security in California and Texas has pushed illegal border-crossers into the treacherous Arizona desert in unprecedented numbers - an estimated 4,500 a day. Most are men in search of work, but increasingly the border-crossers are women and children seeking to reunite with their families. This influx of&hellip…

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Cinema Rome Film Fest Extra

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Black Gold

$24.95 | 78 minutes

BLACK GOLD asks us to wake up and smell the coffee, to face the unjust conditions under which our favorite drink is produced and to decide what we can do about it. The film traces the tangled trail from the two billion cups of coffee consumed each day back to the coffee farmers who produce the beans. In particular, It follows Tadesse&hellip&hellip…

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CineVegas Film Festival

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Nicky's Game

$14.95 | 21 minutes

Christopher Woodrow 's Nicky's Game focuses on the fact that some guys have all the luck. Some guys are just good. John Ventimiglia (THE SOPRANOS) stars as Nicky Singer, a down on his luck Brooklyn native that has parlayed a Yale education into the life of a professional poker player. He's forced to balance his own interests with those&hellip…

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Con-Can Movie Festival

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Little Red Jiving Hood

$7.95 | 11 minutes

In a deep, deep forest lives a little girl who wears a Little Red--wait a minute. You know the story. But not quite like this... Mystery. Destiny. Redemption. Sukiyaki. This musical retelling of the age-old classic has everything. And more. Little Red Jiving Hood takes place in a surreal world where houses have bagels&hellip&hellip…

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Copenhagen International Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Cork International Film Festival

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Cocaine Angel

$24.95 | 113 minutes

COCAINE ANGEL captures a grinding and tragic week in the life of a weary young drug addict who is clinging to the remnants of his once hopeful existence amidst the stink, the sweat, and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida. On the surface, COCAINE ANGEL might seem like another hopelessly bleak portrait of the dangers of drug addiction&hellip…

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cph:dox: Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival

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Black Sun

$24.95 | 70 minutes

CPH:DOX Awward

Black Sun by Gary Tarn explores what happens when a visual artists is tragically robbed of his main tool -- his eyesight? Gary Tarn's Black Sun is a remarkable award-winning documentary. BLACK SUN investigates the story of Hugues de Montalembert, a New York-based artist and filmmaker who was blinded by a vicious&hellip…

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Crested Butte Reel Fest

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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Czech Lions

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Lunacy

$23.95 | 118 minutes

Best Art Direction
Best Film Poster
Critics' Award(Nominee)
Best Actor(Nominee)

This is a largely live-action film from the legendary Czech filmmaker Jan Svankmeyer, best known for his brilliant, twisted animation. The dark LUNACY is in the same vein as that work, an allegorical "philosophical horror movie" influenced&hellip…

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Dakar International Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

Special Jury Award

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France&hellip…

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Dances With Films

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This Is A Business

$19.95 | 102 minutes

Resolved to be a somebody, a shipping clerk named Turtletaub starts his own business knowing only that he intends either to create a product or to provide a service, and whichever one it is, he pledges, "it will be good...for everyone."&hellip…

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Danville Int. Children's Film Festival

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Lieve Monster

$7.95 | 10 minutes

Best Foreign Short

In this short documentary we follow the night misadventures of little Davide during his several attempts to escape from a monster that has occupied his room. His scary visions become a nightmare for his father who would just like to get back to sleep. The greenish photography obtained with the camera's night&hellip…

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Darklights Film Festival

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City Bleach

$2.95 | 3 minutes

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

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DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival

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Ghost Soldier

$7.95 | 15 minutes

James, an American soldier in Iraq, has just become a POW in Fallujah. More than anything, he wants to escape in order to see his childhood best friend and first love, Emma, and to fulfill their promise. Captured alongside him is another American soldier, Misha. In order to escape his state of confinement, James retreats intermittently&hellip&hellip…

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DC Independent Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Grand Jury Prize - Best Feature

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three&hellip…

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Delray Beach Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. IndiepixFilms&hellip…

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Durango Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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EBS International Documentary Film Festival

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Sentenced Home

$14.95 | 76 minutes

Special Jury Prize

Indie pix's Sentenced Home was NOMINATED FOR AN EMMY AWARD FOR "OUTSTANDING INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMMING - LONG FORM" Picked for broadcast on PBS's famed Independent Lens series, SENTENCED HOME is a gripping documentary exploration that humanizes the United States' tragically flawed immigration policy. This wrenching&hellip…

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Emirates Film Competition

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Winning the Peace

$14.95 | 18 minutes

Winnning the Peace is the story of an Iraqi American Marine on a personal crusade to redeem his place of birth. Following Aristotle's rule of thumb that tragedy must befall noble men, our hero believes strongly in America's mission in Iraq. His actions around his men belie a deeper belief in the righteousness of his duties beyond professional&hellip…

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Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. IndiepixFilms&hellip…

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European Film Awards

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Le Petit Lieutenant

$21.95 | 110 minutes

Best Actress(Nominated) – Nathalie Baye

A gripping police noir, LE PETIT LIEUTENANT tells the story of Antoine, an ambitious young cop from the provinces who joins a plainclothes crime unit in Paris. Antoine spends his days eagerly awaiting his first assignment, drinking with his fellow detectives&hellip…

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13 Tzameti

$20.95 | 90 minutes

European Discovery of the Year

A clean-faced 20-year-old, Sebastien, leads an impoverished life with his immigrant family, constantly struggling to find the money for their next meal. When hired to repair the roof of the morphine-addicted Godon (Philippe Passon), Sebastien eavesdrops in on a conversation which appears to offer&hellip…

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Euroshorts

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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FEMINA International Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Festival du Film d'Afrique et des Iles

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Festival FESPACO

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Festival Jean Carmet

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Film Society in the UK

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Little Red Jiving Hood

$7.95 | 11 minutes

In a deep, deep forest lives a little girl who wears a Little Red--wait a minute. You know the story. But not quite like this... Mystery. Destiny. Redemption. Sukiyaki. This musical retelling of the age-old classic has everything. And more. Little Red Jiving Hood takes place in a surreal world where houses have bagels&hellip&hellip…

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Filmstock International

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and photojournalist Brian&hellip&hellip…

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FIPA - Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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FirstGlance Film Festivals

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A Taste Of Nate

$0.00 | 4 minutes

A Taste of Nate (Jim McGorman, 5mins, PA) is a four-minute documentary of Nate Wiley and The Crowd Pleasers, the house band at Bob and Barbara's Lounge in Philadelphia. Starring Nate Wiley, Howard Candie, Cliff Lamar&hellip&hellip…

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Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

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The Katrina Experience: Collection

$225.00 | 332 minutes

The Katrina Experience is a collection of Hurricane Katrina documentary films. The film documents the Katrina hurricane experience by exploring when hurricane Katrina hit, what category was hurricane Katrina, the hurricane Katrina timeline and facts about hurricanes. Buy the katrina experience DVD. IndiePix Films provides the best independent&hellip…

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Tina Barney: Social Studies

$24.95 | 60 minutes

Tina Barney Social Studies focuses on Tina Barney who is one of America's most renowned art photographers working today, has recorded her world for 25 years – American East Coast Old Money Society. Directed by Jaci Judelson (Undressed), Tina Barney: Social Studies follows the renowned photography as inspiration at home wanes and&hellip…

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The Trials of Darryl Hunt: (Audiences under 250) - SCREENING KIT

$155.00 | 107 minutes

Audience Award

Groups across the Globe are screening The Trials of Darryl Hunt. With footage culled from a 20-year period this documentary tells the tale of shocking racial bias in the American South as the murder trial of Darryl Hunt winds to a terrible conclusion&hellip…

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Garden State Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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Little Red Jiving Hood

$7.95 | 11 minutes

In a deep, deep forest lives a little girl who wears a Little Red--wait a minute. You know the story. But not quite like this... Mystery. Destiny. Redemption. Sukiyaki. This musical retelling of the age-old classic has everything. And more. Little Red Jiving Hood takes place in a surreal world where houses have bagels&hellip&hellip…

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GLAAD Media Awards

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TransGeneration

$23.95 | 300 minutes

Outstanding Documentary(Nominee)

While Hollywood brings tales such as Duncan Tucker's TRANSAMERICA to the screen, in real life transgender people from both sexes struggle to find their place in society. TRANSGENERATION is an eight-part TV series that follows four college students as they try to alter their natural gender, while&hellip…

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Global Peace Film Festival

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Vito After

$21.95 | 49 minutes

Vito After takes a vital look at the 9/11 health crisis by going beyond the headlines and focusing on one NYPD detective's personal struggle. Vito Friscia is a dedicated homicide detective and devoted family man who selflessly helped others on September 11th, then spent months sifting through toxic rubble hoping to bring closure to victims'&hellip…

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Global Visions Film Festival

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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and photojournalist Brian&hellip&hellip…

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Goteburg Film Festival

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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and photojournalist Brian&hellip&hellip…

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Hamburg Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Hamptons International Film Festival

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The Situation

$21.95 | 106 minutes

Shooting a fictional movie based on a real war while that war still rages is a risky proposition. But director Philip Haas (THE MUSIC OF CHANCE) has taken the plunge with THE SITUATION, a film set in Iraq as seismic changes grip the country. Connie Nielsen (ONE HOUR PHOTO) stars as Anna, an American journalist who investigates the possible&hellip…

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Harvard Film Archive

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice, a massive stretch&hellip…

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Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

Best of Festival List

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. 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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Hollywood Film Festival

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The Empire In Africa

$17.95 | 87 minutes

Best Documentary

The rebels who started the civil war in Sierra Leone 15 years ago wanted only one thing: to reclaim the richness of the country from foreign corporations in order to end the exploitation of its people. In response, the international community decided to wage a war on this country, with bombs, executions, torture&hellip…

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Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. IndiepixFilms&hellip…

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Idaho International Film Festival

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High Life

$14.95 | 75 minutes

Brooklyn director Lila Yomtoob's day-in-the-life miniature about a blocked artist who finds himself under siege by his brother's pot-smoking teenaged crew is a hidden gem of truly independent film. HIGH LIFE draws the viewer into its suspect premise with a wealth of detail, fine performances, and a nice slow burn of an emotional breakdown&hellip…

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Independent Film Festival of Boston

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice, a massive stretch&hellip…

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Cocaine Angel

$24.95 | 113 minutes

COCAINE ANGEL captures a grinding and tragic week in the life of a weary young drug addict who is clinging to the remnants of his once hopeful existence amidst the stink, the sweat, and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida. On the surface, COCAINE ANGEL might seem like another hopelessly bleak portrait of the dangers of drug addiction&hellip…

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Independent Spirit Awards

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The War Within

$7.95 | 93 minutes

Best Screenplay(Nominee)

Written and directed by Joseph Castelo, THE WAR WITHIN is the story of Hassan, a Pakistani engineering student in Paris who is apprehended by western intelligence services for suspected terrorist activities. After his interrogation, Hassan undergoes a radical transformation and embarks upon a terrorist&hellip…

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Keane

$10.95 | 90 minutes

Best Cinematography(Nominee)

British actor Damian Lewis (BAND OF BROTHERS) gives a stunning lead performance in Lodge Kerrigan's powerful drama KEANE. He stars as William Keane, a man whose daughter was recently abducted at the Port Authority in Manhattan, so he patrols the bus depot, recreating in his mind exactly how it happened&hellip…

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La Sierra

$21.95 | 84 minutes

Best Documentary(Nominee)

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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International Documentary Association

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Black Gold

$24.95 | 78 minutes

Pare Lorentz Award(Nominee)

BLACK GOLD asks us to wake up and smell the coffee, to face the unjust conditions under which our favorite drink is produced and to decide what we can do about it. The film traces the tangled trail from the two billion cups of coffee consumed each day back to the coffee farmers who produce the beans&hellip…

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International Film Festival El Ojo Cojo

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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International Film Festival Rotterdam

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Cocaine Angel

$24.95 | 113 minutes

COCAINE ANGEL captures a grinding and tragic week in the life of a weary young drug addict who is clinging to the remnants of his once hopeful existence amidst the stink, the sweat, and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida. On the surface, COCAINE ANGEL might seem like another hopelessly bleak portrait of the dangers of drug addiction&hellip…

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International Life Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

Best Sea Conservation Film

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies&hellip…

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International Wildlife Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

Marine Conservation Award

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and&hellip…

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International Women's Films Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

Special Jury Award

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France&hellip…

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Israel Women's Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Istanbul International Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&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

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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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Cowboy Award

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and&hellip…

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Jerusalem Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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Kansas International Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice, a massive stretch&hellip…

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Loisada Cortos

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Betty La Flaca

$7.95 | 8 minutes

CARNE IS WHERE IT'S AT! Skinny Betty might just as well not exist given the lack of attention she gets from men, including her boyfriend Carlos. Her co-worker, Reina, recommends she have some work done to enlarge and enhance the most important part of the body -- her butt. When Betty arrives at the homegrown 'clinica' in Maria Dolores&hellip…

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Long Island International Film Expo

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Vito After

$21.95 | 49 minutes

Best Documentary

Vito After takes a vital look at the 9/11 health crisis by going beyond the headlines and focusing on one NYPD detective's personal struggle. Vito Friscia is a dedicated homicide detective and devoted family man who selflessly helped others on September 11th, then spent months sifting through toxic rubble hoping&hellip…

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Longbaugh Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Best of Fest

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice&hellip…

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Los Angeles Asian-Pacific Film Festival

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Winning the Peace

$14.95 | 18 minutes

Winnning the Peace is the story of an Iraqi American Marine on a personal crusade to redeem his place of birth. Following Aristotle's rule of thumb that tragedy must befall noble men, our hero believes strongly in America's mission in Iraq. His actions around his men belie a deeper belief in the righteousness of his duties beyond professional&hellip…

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Ghost Soldier

$7.95 | 15 minutes

James, an American soldier in Iraq, has just become a POW in Fallujah. More than anything, he wants to escape in order to see his childhood best friend and first love, Emma, and to fulfill their promise. Captured alongside him is another American soldier, Misha. In order to escape his state of confinement, James retreats intermittently&hellip&hellip…

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Los Angeles International Short Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival

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Betty La Flaca

$7.95 | 8 minutes

CARNE IS WHERE IT'S AT! Skinny Betty might just as well not exist given the lack of attention she gets from men, including her boyfriend Carlos. Her co-worker, Reina, recommends she have some work done to enlarge and enhance the most important part of the body -- her butt. When Betty arrives at the homegrown 'clinica' in Maria Dolores&hellip…

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Lower West Side Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Best of Fest

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice&hellip…

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Malibu International Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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Maryland Film Festival

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Cocaine Angel

$24.95 | 113 minutes

COCAINE ANGEL captures a grinding and tragic week in the life of a weary young drug addict who is clinging to the remnants of his once hopeful existence amidst the stink, the sweat, and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida. On the surface, COCAINE ANGEL might seem like another hopelessly bleak portrait of the dangers of drug addiction&hellip…

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Melbourne International Film Festival

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Black Gold

$24.95 | 78 minutes

BLACK GOLD asks us to wake up and smell the coffee, to face the unjust conditions under which our favorite drink is produced and to decide what we can do about it. The film traces the tangled trail from the two billion cups of coffee consumed each day back to the coffee farmers who produce the beans. In particular, It follows Tadesse&hellip&hellip…

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Miami Short Film Festival

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Betty La Flaca

$7.95 | 8 minutes

CARNE IS WHERE IT'S AT! Skinny Betty might just as well not exist given the lack of attention she gets from men, including her boyfriend Carlos. Her co-worker, Reina, recommends she have some work done to enlarge and enhance the most important part of the body -- her butt. When Betty arrives at the homegrown 'clinica' in Maria Dolores&hellip…

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Mill Valley Film Festival

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Ambassadors Day

$7.95 | 20 minutes

300 Generations...2 Messengers...1 Dilemma...No Choice. Now Available! Ambassadors Day takes place thousands of years in the future, when the remnants of the human species have moved indoors to escape the wrath of an environment turned hostile. Many generations have passed, and all that's left of communication between these isolated&hellip…

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Milwaukee International Film Festival

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Marion

$7.95 | 7 minutes

Indiepix would like to present MARION: A contemporary de-construction of Hitchcock's PSYCHO. Now with Special Features, including a Making of MARION and an interview with Oberlin professor Ryan Brown. Three women play Marion Crane simultaneously on three separate screens. This original piece reinterprets a classic film with contemporary&hellip&hellip…

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Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Best of Fest

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice&hellip…

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Montana CINE International Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

Finalist

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. 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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Montreal FanTasia Festival

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Subject Two

$7.95 | 93 minutes

High atop the Rocky Mountains, a visionary scientist, Dr. Vick, along with his unwitting medical student assistant, Adam Schmidt, engage in controversial and gruesome research on death and resurrection. A modern take on the classic Frankenstein tale of horror, Subject Two will raise the hair on the back of your neck, and leave you&hellip&hellip…

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Moscow International Film Festival

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Klimt

$19.95 | 97 minutes

Nomination - Golden St. george

Director Raul Ruiz transports us to 1918 where Gustav Klimt (John Malkovich) lies on his deathbed. We follow Klimt's feverish visions back to the Austrian pavilion at the World Exhibition of 1900 in Paris, where he is awarded the gold medal for his work entitled "Philosophy". We witness his encounters&hellip…

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Mostra International de Film de Dones

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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MountainFilm

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

Conservation Award

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. 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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Munich Film Festival

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Crossing Arizona

$24.95 | 75 minutes

One Future Prize

Heightened security in California and Texas has pushed illegal border-crossers into the treacherous Arizona desert in unprecedented numbers - an estimated 4,500 a day. Most are men in search of work, but increasingly the border-crossers are women and children seeking to reunite with their families. This influx&hellip…

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Munich International Documentary Film Festival

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Journey Into Buddhism - BOX SET

$28.95 | 255 minutes

With poetic visuals and striking sounds, the JOURNEY INTO BUDDHISM trilogy is composed of three "Yatra" (Sanskrit for spiritual journey) through the diverse world of Buddhist belief. Journey into the living traditions and lost civilizations of this vibrant part of the world and explore the universal ideals of wisdom, compassion, and&hellip&hellip…

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Napa Sonoma Wine Country Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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New Filmmakers

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High Life

$14.95 | 75 minutes

Brooklyn director Lila Yomtoob's day-in-the-life miniature about a blocked artist who finds himself under siege by his brother's pot-smoking teenaged crew is a hidden gem of truly independent film. HIGH LIFE draws the viewer into its suspect premise with a wealth of detail, fine performances, and a nice slow burn of an emotional breakdown&hellip…

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Betty La Flaca

$7.95 | 8 minutes

CARNE IS WHERE IT'S AT! Skinny Betty might just as well not exist given the lack of attention she gets from men, including her boyfriend Carlos. Her co-worker, Reina, recommends she have some work done to enlarge and enhance the most important part of the body -- her butt. When Betty arrives at the homegrown 'clinica' in Maria Dolores&hellip…

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New Jersey International Film Festival

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Autumn's Eyes

$4.99 | 59 minutes

AUTUMN'S EYES is a compelling documentary about a 3-year-old girl who tries to navigate through the harsh reality of severe poverty, her teenage mother's incarceration and looming foster care. Charming, obedient, and unable to fully comprehend the severity of her environment, Autumn is shielded from her own reality. Caught between the&hellip&hellip…

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New Orleans Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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New York City Women's Film Festival

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Marion

$7.95 | 7 minutes

Indiepix would like to present MARION: A contemporary de-construction of Hitchcock's PSYCHO. Now with Special Features, including a Making of MARION and an interview with Oberlin professor Ryan Brown. Three women play Marion Crane simultaneously on three separate screens. This original piece reinterprets a classic film with contemporary&hellip&hellip…

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New York Film Festival

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Brand upon the Brain!

$34.95 | 99 minutes

In the weird and wonderful supercinematic world of Canadian cult filmmaker Guy Maddin, personal memory collides with movie lore for a radical sensory overload. This eerie excursion into the Gothic recesses of Maddin's mad, imaginary childhood is a silent, black-and-white comic science-fiction nightmare set in a lighthouse on grim Black&hellip&hellip…

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New York International Independent Film and Video Festival

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Williamsburg

$19.95 | 99 minutes

Best Noir

A voyeuristic picture about seven 'artists' living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and their comical, usually absurd, intertwining lives&hellip…

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New York Latino International Film Festival

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Autumn's Eyes

$4.99 | 59 minutes

AUTUMN'S EYES is a compelling documentary about a 3-year-old girl who tries to navigate through the harsh reality of severe poverty, her teenage mother's incarceration and looming foster care. Charming, obedient, and unable to fully comprehend the severity of her environment, Autumn is shielded from her own reality. Caught between the&hellip&hellip…

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Betty La Flaca

$7.95 | 8 minutes

HBO/NYILFF Short Filmmaker Award

CARNE IS WHERE IT'S AT! Skinny Betty might just as well not exist given the lack of attention she gets from men, including her boyfriend Carlos. Her co-worker, Reina, recommends she have some work done to enlarge and enhance the most important part of the body -- her butt. When Betty arrives at&hellip…

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New Zealand International Film 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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Newport Beach Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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The Empire In Africa

$17.95 | 87 minutes

The rebels who started the civil war in Sierra Leone 15 years ago wanted only one thing: to reclaim the richness of the country from foreign corporations in order to end the exploitation of its people. In response, the international community decided to wage a war on this country, with bombs, executions, torture, rigged elections and&hellip&hellip…

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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Achievement Award

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL)&hellip…

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Newport International Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice, a massive stretch&hellip…

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Tina Barney: Social Studies

$24.95 | 60 minutes

Tina Barney Social Studies focuses on Tina Barney who is one of America's most renowned art photographers working today, has recorded her world for 25 years – American East Coast Old Money Society. Directed by Jaci Judelson (Undressed), Tina Barney: Social Studies follows the renowned photography as inspiration at home wanes and&hellip…

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Black Sun

$24.95 | 70 minutes

Jury Award

Black Sun by Gary Tarn explores what happens when a visual artists is tragically robbed of his main tool -- his eyesight? Gary Tarn's Black Sun is a remarkable award-winning documentary. BLACK SUN investigates the story of Hugues de Montalembert, a New York-based artist and filmmaker who was blinded by a vicious attack&hellip…

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Northampton Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Directors Choice Award(Best Feature)

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in&hellip…

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NYU First Run Film Festival

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Ghost Soldier

$7.95 | 15 minutes

Producing Award

James, an American soldier in Iraq, has just become a POW in Fallujah. More than anything, he wants to escape in order to see his childhood best friend and first love, Emma, and to fulfill their promise. Captured alongside him is another American soldier, Misha. In order to escape his state of confinement, James&hellip…

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OceanPlanet Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. IndiepixFilms&hellip…

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One World: International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

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The Empire In Africa

$17.95 | 87 minutes

Most Powerful Film Award

The rebels who started the civil war in Sierra Leone 15 years ago wanted only one thing: to reclaim the richness of the country from foreign corporations in order to end the exploitation of its people. In response, the international community decided to wage a war on this country, with bombs, executions&hellip…

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Our Island, Our World Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. IndiepixFilms&hellip…

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Palm Springs International Film Festival

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

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 open their eyes to the diversity&hellip&hellip…

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Marion

$7.95 | 7 minutes

Indiepix would like to present MARION: A contemporary de-construction of Hitchcock's PSYCHO. Now with Special Features, including a Making of MARION and an interview with Oberlin professor Ryan Brown. Three women play Marion Crane simultaneously on three separate screens. This original piece reinterprets a classic film with contemporary&hellip&hellip…

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Panafricana

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Pop Montreal

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High Life

$14.95 | 75 minutes

Brooklyn director Lila Yomtoob's day-in-the-life miniature about a blocked artist who finds himself under siege by his brother's pot-smoking teenaged crew is a hidden gem of truly independent film. HIGH LIFE draws the viewer into its suspect premise with a wealth of detail, fine performances, and a nice slow burn of an emotional breakdown&hellip…

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Poppy Jasper Film Festival

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Ambassadors Day

$7.95 | 20 minutes

300 Generations...2 Messengers...1 Dilemma...No Choice. Now Available! Ambassadors Day takes place thousands of years in the future, when the remnants of the human species have moved indoors to escape the wrath of an environment turned hostile. Many generations have passed, and all that's left of communication between these isolated&hellip…

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Poppy Jasper Film Festival

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Ambassadors Day

$7.95 | 20 minutes

Best Science Fiction Film

300 Generations...2 Messengers...1 Dilemma...No Choice. Now Available! Ambassadors Day takes place thousands of years in the future, when the remnants of the human species have moved indoors to escape the wrath of an environment turned hostile. Many generations have passed, and all that's left of communication&hellip…

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Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival

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Subject Two

$7.95 | 93 minutes

High atop the Rocky Mountains, a visionary scientist, Dr. Vick, along with his unwitting medical student assistant, Adam Schmidt, engage in controversial and gruesome research on death and resurrection. A modern take on the classic Frankenstein tale of horror, Subject Two will raise the hair on the back of your neck, and leave you&hellip&hellip…

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Queens 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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Williamsburg

$19.95 | 99 minutes

A voyeuristic picture about seven 'artists' living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and their comical, usually absurd, intertwining lives&hellip…

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Quintessence International Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

Special Jury Award

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France&hellip…

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Raindance Film Festival

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Cocaine Angel

$24.95 | 113 minutes

COCAINE ANGEL captures a grinding and tragic week in the life of a weary young drug addict who is clinging to the remnants of his once hopeful existence amidst the stink, the sweat, and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida. On the surface, COCAINE ANGEL might seem like another hopelessly bleak portrait of the dangers of drug addiction&hellip…

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Rhode Island International Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice, a massive stretch&hellip…

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. IndiepixFilms&hellip…

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Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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Black Gold

$24.95 | 78 minutes

BLACK GOLD asks us to wake up and smell the coffee, to face the unjust conditions under which our favorite drink is produced and to decide what we can do about it. The film traces the tangled trail from the two billion cups of coffee consumed each day back to the coffee farmers who produce the beans. In particular, It follows Tadesse&hellip&hellip…

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RiverRun International Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and photojournalist Brian&hellip&hellip…

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Robert Festival

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Dear Wendy

$16.95 | 100 minutes

Best Original Score(Nominee)
Best Costume Design(Nominee)
Best Production Design(Nominee)

Dogme '95 cofounders Thomas Vinterberg (CELEBRATION) and Lars Von Trier (DANCER IN THE DARK, DOGVILLE) team up in DEAR WENDY, an unusual but entertaining drama set in an unnamed American small town. Jamie Bell, the award-winning actor&hellip…

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Rome Independent Film Festival

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The Unknown Woman

$11.95 | 120 minutes

The Unknown Woman is a modern-day film noir, with clues slowly being revealed until it all comes together in the end, with plenty of surprises. From Giuseppe Tornatore, who has made such international hits as MALENA, THE LEGEND OF 1900, and CINEMA PARADISO--which won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film&hellip…

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Rotterdam International Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Exhibit A

$24.95 | 86 minutes

The timely story of a normal family disintegrating under financial pressure, eventually driven to the unimaginable. We witness the terrifying events unfold through daughter Judith's video camera, which subsequently becomes Exhibit A&hellip…

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Salem Film Festival

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Little Red Jiving Hood

$7.95 | 11 minutes

In a deep, deep forest lives a little girl who wears a Little Red--wait a minute. You know the story. But not quite like this... Mystery. Destiny. Redemption. Sukiyaki. This musical retelling of the age-old classic has everything. And more. Little Red Jiving Hood takes place in a surreal world where houses have bagels&hellip&hellip…

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San Diego Film Critics Society Awards

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The Dead Girl

$7.95 | 85 minutes

Best Original Screenplay

Karen Moncrieff follows up her well-received debut feature, BLUE CAR, with THE DEAD GIRL, an impressive, haunting ensemble drama. When a young girl is found murdered, the lives of several different individuals are impacted. Some of these connections are peripheral, while many others are painfully direct&hellip…

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San Francisco Independent Film Festival

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Subject Two

$7.95 | 93 minutes

High atop the Rocky Mountains, a visionary scientist, Dr. Vick, along with his unwitting medical student assistant, Adam Schmidt, engage in controversial and gruesome research on death and resurrection. A modern take on the classic Frankenstein tale of horror, Subject Two will raise the hair on the back of your neck, and leave you&hellip&hellip…

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High Life

$14.95 | 75 minutes

Brooklyn director Lila Yomtoob's day-in-the-life miniature about a blocked artist who finds himself under siege by his brother's pot-smoking teenaged crew is a hidden gem of truly independent film. HIGH LIFE draws the viewer into its suspect premise with a wealth of detail, fine performances, and a nice slow burn of an emotional breakdown&hellip…

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San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival

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Sentenced Home

$14.95 | 76 minutes

Audience Award

Indie pix's Sentenced Home was NOMINATED FOR AN EMMY AWARD FOR "OUTSTANDING INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMMING - LONG FORM" Picked for broadcast on PBS's famed Independent Lens series, SENTENCED HOME is a gripping documentary exploration that humanizes the United States' tragically flawed immigration policy. This wrenching&hellip…

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San Francisco International Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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San Francisco Ocean Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. IndiepixFilms&hellip…

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Sarasota Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Best of Fest

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice&hellip…

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Cocaine Angel

$24.95 | 113 minutes

COCAINE ANGEL captures a grinding and tragic week in the life of a weary young drug addict who is clinging to the remnants of his once hopeful existence amidst the stink, the sweat, and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida. On the surface, COCAINE ANGEL might seem like another hopelessly bleak portrait of the dangers of drug addiction&hellip…

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Tina Barney: Social Studies

$24.95 | 60 minutes

Tina Barney Social Studies focuses on Tina Barney who is one of America's most renowned art photographers working today, has recorded her world for 25 years – American East Coast Old Money Society. Directed by Jaci Judelson (Undressed), Tina Barney: Social Studies follows the renowned photography as inspiration at home wanes and&hellip…

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Black Sun

$24.95 | 70 minutes

Special Jury Prize

Black Sun by Gary Tarn explores what happens when a visual artists is tragically robbed of his main tool -- his eyesight? Gary Tarn's Black Sun is a remarkable award-winning documentary. BLACK SUN investigates the story of Hugues de Montalembert, a New York-based artist and filmmaker who was blinded by a vicious&hellip…

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Satellite Awards (Los Angeles, United States)

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Seven Samurai

$42.95 | 207 minutes

Best Overall DVD(Nominee)

Set in 16th Century Japan, Akira Kurosawa's epic SEVEN SAMURAI follows the plight of a defenseless farming village that lives in constant fear of marauding bandits. The farmers know that when their crops are harvested, the thugs will attack, so four men go to town in hopes of employing samurai to fight&hellip…

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Savannah Film and Video Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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Sci-Fi-London: International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film

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Subject Two

$7.95 | 93 minutes

Best Feature

High atop the Rocky Mountains, a visionary scientist, Dr. Vick, along with his unwitting medical student assistant, Adam Schmidt, engage in controversial and gruesome research on death and resurrection. A modern take on the classic Frankenstein tale of horror, Subject Two will raise the hair on the back of your&hellip…

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Seattle International Film Festival

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The Trials of Darryl Hunt: (Audiences under 250) - SCREENING KIT

$155.00 | 107 minutes

Groups across the Globe are screening The Trials of Darryl Hunt. With footage culled from a 20-year period this documentary tells the tale of shocking racial bias in the American South as the murder trial of Darryl Hunt winds to a terrible conclusion&hellip…

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Sedona Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes in three feet of solid ice, a massive stretch&hellip…

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Sheffield International Documentary Festival

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Tina Barney: Social Studies

$24.95 | 60 minutes

Tina Barney Social Studies focuses on Tina Barney who is one of America's most renowned art photographers working today, has recorded her world for 25 years – American East Coast Old Money Society. Directed by Jaci Judelson (Undressed), Tina Barney: Social Studies follows the renowned photography as inspiration at home wanes and&hellip…

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Silver Lake Film Festival

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Subject Two

$7.95 | 93 minutes

Audience Award

High atop the Rocky Mountains, a visionary scientist, Dr. Vick, along with his unwitting medical student assistant, Adam Schmidt, engage in controversial and gruesome research on death and resurrection. A modern take on the classic Frankenstein tale of horror, Subject Two will raise the hair on the back of your&hellip…

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SILVERDOCS: AFI/Discovery Channel Documentary Festival

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Jesus Camp

$16.95 | 87 minutes

Sterling Feature Grand Jury Award

A growing number of Evangelical Christians believe there is a revival underway in America that requires Christian youth to assume leadership roles in advocating the causes of their religious movement. JESUS CAMP, directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, directors of the critically acclaimed THE&hellip…

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Brooklyn Independent Vol 1: Compilation

$16.95 | 95 minutes

Newly Re-Mastered! Joe Pacheco, Curator of the Brooklyn Independent Cinema Series, has selected 10 stellar shorts film for this DVD compilation. They have all played at major festivals and won important awards but, most importantly, they have played at Pacheco's screening series, which takes place every other Monday&hellip&hellip…

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Singapore International Film 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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Slamdance Film Festival

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Brooklyn Independent Vol 1: Compilation

$16.95 | 95 minutes

Newly Re-Mastered! Joe Pacheco, Curator of the Brooklyn Independent Cinema Series, has selected 10 stellar shorts film for this DVD compilation. They have all played at major festivals and won important awards but, most importantly, they have played at Pacheco's screening series, which takes place every other Monday&hellip&hellip…

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The Empire In Africa

$17.95 | 87 minutes

Best Documentary

The rebels who started the civil war in Sierra Leone 15 years ago wanted only one thing: to reclaim the richness of the country from foreign corporations in order to end the exploitation of its people. In response, the international community decided to wage a war on this country, with bombs, executions, torture&hellip…

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Electricity: Slamdance Short Film Compilation

$15.00 | 115 minutes

The eighth volume of the Slamdance Dirty Dozen DVD series presents twelve of the best short films from the 2006 festival, ranging from documentary to animation, experimental, dark comedy, horror and drama&hellip…

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Animation: Slamdance Short Film Compilation

$15.00 | 115 minutes

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

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Sound Unseen Film and Music Festival

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Cocaine Angel

$24.95 | 113 minutes

COCAINE ANGEL captures a grinding and tragic week in the life of a weary young drug addict who is clinging to the remnants of his once hopeful existence amidst the stink, the sweat, and unforgiving heat of Jacksonville, Florida. On the surface, COCAINE ANGEL might seem like another hopelessly bleak portrait of the dangers of drug addiction&hellip…

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South by Southwest Film Festival

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Autumn's Eyes

$4.99 | 59 minutes

AUTUMN'S EYES is a compelling documentary about a 3-year-old girl who tries to navigate through the harsh reality of severe poverty, her teenage mother's incarceration and looming foster care. Charming, obedient, and unable to fully comprehend the severity of her environment, Autumn is shielded from her own reality. Caught between the&hellip&hellip…

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St.Louis International Film Festival

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This Is A Business

$19.95 | 102 minutes

Resolved to be a somebody, a shipping clerk named Turtletaub starts his own business knowing only that he intends either to create a product or to provide a service, and whichever one it is, he pledges, "it will be good...for everyone."&hellip…

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Marion

$7.95 | 7 minutes

Indiepix would like to present MARION: A contemporary de-construction of Hitchcock's PSYCHO. Now with Special Features, including a Making of MARION and an interview with Oberlin professor Ryan Brown. Three women play Marion Crane simultaneously on three separate screens. This original piece reinterprets a classic film with contemporary&hellip&hellip…

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Sundance Film Festival

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Subject Two

$7.95 | 93 minutes

High atop the Rocky Mountains, a visionary scientist, Dr. Vick, along with his unwitting medical student assistant, Adam Schmidt, engage in controversial and gruesome research on death and resurrection. A modern take on the classic Frankenstein tale of horror, Subject Two will raise the hair on the back of your neck, and leave you&hellip&hellip…

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13 Tzameti

$20.95 | 90 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, World Cinema %u2013 Dramatic

A clean-faced 20-year-old, Sebastien, leads an impoverished life with his immigrant family, constantly struggling to find the money for their next meal. When hired to repair the roof of the morphine-addicted Godon (Philippe Passon), Sebastien eavesdrops in on a conversation which&hellip…

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Brooklyn Independent Vol 1: Compilation

$16.95 | 95 minutes

Newly Re-Mastered! Joe Pacheco, Curator of the Brooklyn Independent Cinema Series, has selected 10 stellar shorts film for this DVD compilation. They have all played at major festivals and won important awards but, most importantly, they have played at Pacheco's screening series, which takes place every other Monday&hellip&hellip…

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Black Gold

$24.95 | 78 minutes

BLACK GOLD asks us to wake up and smell the coffee, to face the unjust conditions under which our favorite drink is produced and to decide what we can do about it. The film traces the tangled trail from the two billion cups of coffee consumed each day back to the coffee farmers who produce the beans. In particular, It follows Tadesse&hellip&hellip…

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Crossing Arizona

$24.95 | 75 minutes

Heightened security in California and Texas has pushed illegal border-crossers into the treacherous Arizona desert in unprecedented numbers - an estimated 4,500 a day. Most are men in search of work, but increasingly the border-crossers are women and children seeking to reunite with their families. This influx of migrants crossing through&hellip…

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The Trials of Darryl Hunt: (Audiences under 250) - SCREENING KIT

$155.00 | 107 minutes

Groups across the Globe are screening The Trials of Darryl Hunt. With footage culled from a 20-year period this documentary tells the tale of shocking racial bias in the American South as the murder trial of Darryl Hunt winds to a terrible conclusion&hellip…

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SXSW Film Festival

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Marion

$7.95 | 7 minutes

Indiepix would like to present MARION: A contemporary de-construction of Hitchcock's PSYCHO. Now with Special Features, including a Making of MARION and an interview with Oberlin professor Ryan Brown. Three women play Marion Crane simultaneously on three separate screens. This original piece reinterprets a classic film with contemporary&hellip&hellip…

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High Score

$19.95 | 52 minutes

Audience Award(Emerging Visions)

One Quarter. Two Days. No Pause Button... Although technology continues to evolve, a group of die-hard gamers refuses to abandon the classic arcade games of yesteryear. The 80's live on for these enthusiasts, who compete against each other and history to record the world's highest scores. Portland&hellip…

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Autumn's Eyes

$4.99 | 59 minutes

AUTUMN'S EYES is a compelling documentary about a 3-year-old girl who tries to navigate through the harsh reality of severe poverty, her teenage mother's incarceration and looming foster care. Charming, obedient, and unable to fully comprehend the severity of her environment, Autumn is shielded from her own reality. Caught between the&hellip&hellip…

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Flyabout

$19.95 | 74 minutes

Monika Petrillo has never been a person to postpone her dreams. So at 24 she decided to get a pilot's license. A year later, her father surprised her by learning to fly as well. As the movie begins, they take off together to circumnavigate the continent of Australia. The only woman pilot in a group of eleven people, Monika experiences&hellip…

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Tarfest Short Film Festival

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Marion

$7.95 | 7 minutes

Indiepix would like to present MARION: A contemporary de-construction of Hitchcock's PSYCHO. Now with Special Features, including a Making of MARION and an interview with Oberlin professor Ryan Brown. Three women play Marion Crane simultaneously on three separate screens. This original piece reinterprets a classic film with contemporary&hellip&hellip…

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Tekfestival

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Marion

$7.95 | 7 minutes

Indiepix would like to present MARION: A contemporary de-construction of Hitchcock's PSYCHO. Now with Special Features, including a Making of MARION and an interview with Oberlin professor Ryan Brown. Three women play Marion Crane simultaneously on three separate screens. This original piece reinterprets a classic film with contemporary&hellip&hellip…

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The Christopher Awards

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Feature Film that Affirms the Highest Values of the Human Spirit

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&hellip…

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Tisch School of the Arts Intermediate Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

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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Toronto Film Critics Association Awards

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Manufactured Landscapes

$23.95 | 90 minutes

Won - TFCA Award, Best Canadian Film
Won - TFCA Award, Best Documentary

Manufactured Landscapes is the striking new documentary on the world and work of renowned artist Edward Burtynsky. Internationally acclaimed for his large-scale photographs of manufactured landscapes -- quarries, recycling yards, factories, mines and dams&hellip…

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Toronto International Environmental Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie movies and top documentaries. IndiepixFilms&hellip…

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Toronto International Film Festival

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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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Brand upon the Brain!

$34.95 | 99 minutes

In the weird and wonderful supercinematic world of Canadian cult filmmaker Guy Maddin, personal memory collides with movie lore for a radical sensory overload. This eerie excursion into the Gothic recesses of Maddin's mad, imaginary childhood is a silent, black-and-white comic science-fiction nightmare set in a lighthouse on grim Black&hellip&hellip…

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Paris, Je T'aime

$7.95 | 110 minutes

Official Selection

Eighteen different directors and a slew of indie actors come together for PARIS, JE T'AIME, a cinematic homage to the City of Light. Each director presents his or her own short story set in a different Parisian quarter, each one featuring a different cast of characters. The pieces vary in length, with some of&hellip…

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Toronto Online Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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Transilvania International Film Festival

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13 Tzameti

$20.95 | 90 minutes

Best Cinematography
FIPRESCI Prize

A clean-faced 20-year-old, Sebastien, leads an impoverished life with his immigrant family, constantly struggling to find the money for their next meal. When hired to repair the roof of the morphine-addicted Godon (Philippe Passon), Sebastien eavesdrops in on a conversation which appears&hellip…

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Tribeca Film Festival

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Jesus Camp

$16.95 | 87 minutes

Special Jury Award

A growing number of Evangelical Christians believe there is a revival underway in America that requires Christian youth to assume leadership roles in advocating the causes of their religious movement. JESUS CAMP, directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, directors of the critically acclaimed THE BOYS OF BARAKA&hellip…

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Marion

$7.95 | 7 minutes

Indiepix would like to present MARION: A contemporary de-construction of Hitchcock's PSYCHO. Now with Special Features, including a Making of MARION and an interview with Oberlin professor Ryan Brown. Three women play Marion Crane simultaneously on three separate screens. This original piece reinterprets a classic film with contemporary&hellip&hellip…

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Turks & Caicos International Film Festival

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Orquesta Tipica

$19.95 | 90 minutes

Orquesta Tipica started by accident when director/producer Nicholas Entel was walking through the streets of San Telmo - one of Buenos Aires' oldest neighborhoods. "Just as many other Argentineans my age, I didn't care much for tango...until, by chance, I came across the Orquesta Tipica Fernandez Fierro playing on the street&hellip&hellip…

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Vail Film Festival

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Nicky's Game

$14.95 | 21 minutes

Christopher Woodrow 's Nicky's Game focuses on the fact that some guys have all the luck. Some guys are just good. John Ventimiglia (THE SOPRANOS) stars as Nicky Singer, a down on his luck Brooklyn native that has parlayed a Yale education into the life of a professional poker player. He's forced to balance his own interests with those&hellip…

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Vancouver International Film Festival

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Lili and the Baobab

$21.95 | 90 minutes

A freelance photographer Lili (Romane Bohringer) has been hired to document new infastructures in her town's sister community in Sengal. Once there, she forms an intuitive bond with Aminata, an unmarried and childless woman like her, whose quiet independence mirrors Lili's own. By the time Lili returns to France, something has shifted&hellip…

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Venice International Film Festival

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Le Petit Lieutenant

$21.95 | 110 minutes

Label Europa Prize

A gripping police noir, LE PETIT LIEUTENANT tells the story of Antoine, an ambitious young cop from the provinces who joins a plainclothes crime unit in Paris. Antoine spends his days eagerly awaiting his first assignment, drinking with his fellow detectives and developing an unlikely relationship with his superior&hellip…

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Vermont International Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

Ben & Jerry's Environmental Award

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. IndiePix Films provides the best independent movies and top independent films online. Consumers can buy top indie&hellip…

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Village International D-Cinema Festival

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This Is A Business

$19.95 | 102 minutes

Resolved to be a somebody, a shipping clerk named Turtletaub starts his own business knowing only that he intends either to create a product or to provide a service, and whichever one it is, he pledges, "it will be good...for everyone."&hellip…

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Visions du Reel - Doc Outlook

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Gonzo Music Diaries, NYC

$4.99 | 82 minutes

One Punk, One Concert Fanatic, One Filmmaker, One Goal...An activist music festival nine days before The Republican National Convention. Gonzo Music Diaries, NYC is a time capsule of the music and politics that shaped New York City in 2004. Music fanatic Concert Joe, punk rocker Tony Petrozza and the film's director, Roy Szuper&hellip&hellip…

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Wine Country Film Festival

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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me

$4.25 | 10 minutes

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 dancing basketball&hellip…

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Woods Hole Film Festival

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The Hole Story

$19.95 | 83 minutes

Emerging Filmmaker Award(Alex Karpovsky)

Remastered and stunningly redesigned, Alex Karpovsky's cult indie, which FILMMAKER MAGAZINE called "one of the most original comedies we've seen in a long time," is back and better than ever! Winter. Brainerd, Minnesota. Despite arctic temperatures sheathing hundreds of surrounding lakes&hellip…

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Disarm

$24.95 | 67 minutes

Evocative, visually stunning, and utterly unforgettable, DISARM spans a dozen countries to look at how, despite a global ban, millions of antipersonnel mines continue to claim victims daily in countries around the world. Co-directed by Mary Wareham, a leader of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and photojournalist Brian&hellip&hellip…

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Woodstock Film Festival

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Autumn's Eyes

$4.99 | 59 minutes

AUTUMN'S EYES is a compelling documentary about a 3-year-old girl who tries to navigate through the harsh reality of severe poverty, her teenage mother's incarceration and looming foster care. Charming, obedient, and unable to fully comprehend the severity of her environment, Autumn is shielded from her own reality. Caught between the&hellip&hellip…

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Betty La Flaca

$7.95 | 8 minutes

CARNE IS WHERE IT'S AT! Skinny Betty might just as well not exist given the lack of attention she gets from men, including her boyfriend Carlos. Her co-worker, Reina, recommends she have some work done to enlarge and enhance the most important part of the body -- her butt. When Betty arrives at the homegrown 'clinica' in Maria Dolores&hellip…

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WorldFest International Film Festival

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A Life Among Whales

$19.95 | 57 minutes

Best Film & Video

A Life Among Whales documents marine biologist Roger Payne's quest to save ocean wildlife, in particular various types of whales. Follow his journey to stop whale extinction. 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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WorldFest: Houston International Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

Gold Award in Cinematography

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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Writers Guild Awards

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Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

$10.95 | 110 minutes

Documentary Screenplay Award(Nominee)

This searing examination of the Enron accounting scandal reveals the psychology of greed and corporate corruption that facilitated the company's rise to power and also its fall. When Enron went bankrupt in 2001, the principals walked away millionaires--but later faced legal proceedings and&hellip…

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The Fall of Fujimori

$17.95 | 84 minutes

Documentary Screenplay Award(Nominee)

Former president of Peru Alberto Fujimori fled to Japan in 2000 after turning his presidency into a dictatorship and alienating most of his fellow countrymen. This documentary by Ellen Perry allows Fujimori to speak from his exiled home, although he was arrested and imprisoned in Chile shortly&hellip…

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