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2013 Cannes Film Festival

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Out of the Depths (Dal Profondo) - ON DEMAND

$1.99 | 20 minutes

Elena and Andrea, a young married couple, arrive at their newly bought country house. A disturbing atmosphere pervades the old mansion upsetting her but bewitching him: something is lurking under the ancient foundations, something that will affect them more than they could ever imagine... &hellip…

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2010 Cannes Film Festival

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The Mess Hall Of An Online Warrior

$7.95 | 8 minutes

Coup de Coeur Commendation - Short Film Corner

A mother quietly struggles to deal with her aggressive teenage son who refuses to do anything except play online computer games. An honest and darkly comic story about compulsion, mishaps, loneliness and family redemption&hellip…

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Canary - DOWNLOAD

$7.99 | 16 minutes

Ernest Mayo is attempting to break the world breath-holding record with the assistance of his best friend and trainer, Barrett. The record has long been held by the deceased Russian athlete, Red Fleet naval officer and amateur dramatist, Nikolai Petrovich. Will Ernest succeed? Will Sally be an unwelcome distraction? Will Barrett spur&hellip…

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Samson & Delilah

$24.95 | 100 minutes

Camera D'Or

Samson and Delilah is one of the best love story movies. Samson and Delilah focuses on signs of true love between two teens in the Australian aboriginal culture. IndiepixFilms provides the best place to buy Indie movies and download Indie movies. Consumers can easily download indie movie from Indiepixfilms.com. Where&hellip…

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2009 Cannes Film Festival

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Humpday

$10.95 | 94 minutes

MY EFFORTLESS BRILLIANCE filmmaker Lynn Shelton works with a cast of indie favorites--including BAGHEAD's Mark Duplass and THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT's Joshua Leonard--for this comedy. Old friends Andrew and Ben add a new wrinkle to their relationship when they go to a commune where an amateur porn festival is on the agenda. But rather than&hellip…

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Danzak

$7.95 | 20 minutes

Emerging Filmmakers Showcase

Nina is a 10 year old girlwhose life dramatically changes when her dying father and Scissor Dancer master asks her to fulfillhis last wish. Inspired by the short story of Peruvian writer José María Arguedas, "The Agony of Rasu Ñiti"&hellip…

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2008 Cannes Film Festival

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Bally-Master

$14.95 | 23 minutes

It's all REAL, it's all HERE, and it's ALIVE! Enter the bizarre world of Scott Baker, master of the bally stage at Coney Island's Sideshows by The Seashore. In this award-winning documentary short, Director Gary Beeber uses archival footage, interviews with freaks, carnies and performers of all shapes and sizes, and an intimate conversation&hellip…

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The End of Poverty?

$17.95 | 104 minutes

The aphorism "The poor are always with us" dates back to the New Testament, but while the phrase is still sadly apt in the 21st century, few seem to be able to explain why poverty is so widespread. Activist filmmaker Philippe Diaz examines the history and impact of economic inequality in developing nations in the documentary THE END OF&hellip…

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2007 Cannes Film Festival

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Street Children

$9.95 | 30 minutes

STREET CHILDREN, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007, tells the harrowing story of homeless children living on the streets of Congo-Brazzaville. &hellip&hellip…

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2006 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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2005 Cannes Film Festival

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La Moustache

$21.95 | 84 minutes

Label Europa Cinemas

LA MOUSTACHE is a surrealist tale about a man who shaves off his beloved moustache after asking his girlfriend whether she thinks it would be a good idea. After the final remnants of his formerly magnificent creation are washed down the sink the man stands back to see what friends and family think...only to&hellip…

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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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2004 Cannes Film Festival

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Imaginary Heroes

$7.95 | 112 minutes

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

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Nina's Tragedies

$16.95 | 106 minutes

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

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Cronicas

$10.95 | 108 minutes

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

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2003 Cannes Film Festival

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Live Forever

$11.95 | 82 minutes

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

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Faster

$15.95 | 103 minutes

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

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Purple Butterfly

$11.95 | 127 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

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

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Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

$17.95 | 72 minutes

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

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Bright Leaves

$12.95 | minutes

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

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Love the Hard Way

$11.95 | 104 minutes

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

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

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

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Reconstruction

$19.95 | 93 minutes

Golden Camera
Prix Regards Jeune, Best Feature

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

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Save the Green Planet "Tame" Version

$10.95 | 118 minutes

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

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La Petite Lili

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

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

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Tiresia

$10.95 | 115 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

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

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2002 Cannes Film Festival

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Searching for Debra Winger

$10.95 | 99 minutes

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

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Morvern Callar

$19.95 | minutes

Decerne par la CICAE
Prix de la Jeunesse

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

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War Photographer

$21.95 | 96 minutes

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

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Kedma

$23.95 | 100 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

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

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Britney Baby, One More Time

$10.95 | 97 minutes

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

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All or Nothing

$11.95 | 128 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

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

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2000 Cannes Film Festival

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The Isle

$21.95 | 89 minutes

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

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In the Mood for Love

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)
Technical Grand Prize
Best Actor

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

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Amores Perros

$7.95 | 153 minutes

Young Critics Award
Critics Week Grand Prize

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

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1999 Cannes Film Festival

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All About My Mother

$16.95 | 101 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)
Prize of the Ecumenical Jury
Best Director

Spanish director Pedro Almodvar's tender, intelligent drama follows the emotional journey of Manuela, an organ transplant coordinator who scours the back alleys and gutters of Barcelona in search of her errant ex-husband (a half-transsexual prostitute named&hellip…

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Moloch

$10.95 | 103 minutes

Best Screenplay
Golden Palm(Nominee)

The year is 1942, the location a spectacular fortress which stretches beyond the heavens. Eva Braun (Elena Rufanova) is Hitler's wife, and this is a brave stab at portraying the workings of the Fuhrer's inner circle. Braun's behavior was often as tempestuous as that of the Nazi leader himself&hellip…

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Time Regained

$23.95 | 158 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

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

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1997 Cannes Film Festival

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East Palace, West Palace

$17.95 | 90 minutes

China's rebellious and incessantly audacious Yuan Zhang delves into the secret world of illicit homosexuality in his devastatingly erotic and politically astute film, EAST PALACE, WEST PALACE. Immediately banned by the Chinese government, the film follows the young gay writer, A-Lan, as he drifts in and out of China's hidden homosexual&hellip&hellip…

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1995 Cannes Film Festival

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Shanghai Triad

$26.95 | 109 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)
Grand Technical Prize

A visually dazzling gangster film from director Zhang Yimou. Nightclub singer Xiao Jingbao lives a pampered life as the mistress of Shanghai godfather Mr. Tang. However, she gets in over her head after she begins an affair with Song, Mr. Tang's number two man, who wants to wrench&hellip…

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La Haine

$34.95 | 97 minutes

Best Director – Mathieu Kassovitz
Golden Palm(Nominee)

When he was just twenty-nine years old, Mathieu Kassovitz took the international film world by storm with La haine (Hate), a gritty, unsettling, and visually explosive look at the racial and cultural volatility in modern-day France, specifically&hellip…

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1991 Cannes Film Festival

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Life on a String

$23.95 | 107 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

Chen Kaige's LIFE ON A STRING, based on a story by Tiesheng Shi, tells the tale of an old blind musician who, when he was a young boy, was told that he would be cured of his affliction after he broke 1000 strings on his instrument. The old master (Liu Zhongyuan) has become a grizzled, saintly figure in pursuit&hellip…

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1987 Cannes Film Festival

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Intervista

$10.95 | 114 minutes

40th Anniversary Prize

This mock-documentary provides a multi-layered look at Fellini by Fellini in which he's interviewed by Japanese journalists while filming an adaptation of Kafka's "Amerika" on the legendary stages of Rome's Cinecitta. A personal look at moviemaking from a very personal filmmaker&hellip…

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1986 Cannes Film Festival

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The Decline of the American Empire

$10.95 | 102 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize

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

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1985 Cannes Film Festival

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When Father Was Away on Business

$21.95 | 135 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize
Golden Palm

It's an open secret that father has been sent away to the mines for fooling around with the voluptuous object of desire of a communist party official. That's the way things were in 1950's Yugoslavia. Six-year-old Malik, however, thinks Papa is away on business. As seen through his eyes, this film&hellip…

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Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters

$34.95 | 120 minutes

Golden Palm (Nominated)
Best Artistic Contribution (Won)

Paul Schrader's visually stunning, collagelike portrait of acclaimed Japanese author and playwright Yukio Mishima (played by Ken Ogata) investigates the inner turmoil and contradictions of a man who attempted an impossible harmony between self, art, and society. Taking&hellip…

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1984 Cannes Film Festival

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The Element of Crime

$34.95 | 104 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)
Technical Grand Prize

Danish director Lars von Trier's debut feature film--also his first English-language effort--is an extremely hypnotic, moody thriller. The story opens in the desert of Egypt, where police detective Leopold Fisher (Michael Elphick) is hypnotized and asked to recount the recent events&hellip…

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1982 Cannes Film Festival

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Fitzcarraldo

$15.95 | 157 minutes

Best Director
Golden Palm(Nominee)

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

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1980 Cannes Film Festival

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Stalker

$23.95 | 163 minutes

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

With STALKER, Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky returns to the mind-bending, philosophy-tinged science fiction of SOLARIS. The setting is an unnamed country in an unforeseen postapocalyptic future. A meteorite has landed, and its impact has created a mysterious phenomenon known as the Zone, within&hellip…

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1979 Cannes Film Festival

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My Brilliant Career

$13.95 | 100 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

The oldest child of a poor Australian ranch family has aspirations of artistic greatness. However, she finds that she must choose between her dream and her less-than-perfect love affair. Based on the autobiographical novel by Miles Franklin. Academy Award Nominations: Best Costume Design&hellip&hellip…

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Siberiade

$23.95 | 260 minutes

Grand Prize of the Jury
Golden Palm(Nominee)

Spanning more than six decades of Russian history encompassing the Bolshevik Revolution, two World Wars and the era of modernization, SIBERIADE is Andrei Konchalovsky's (Runaway Train) passionate and ambitious examination of the Soviet spirit, as represented in two families of opposing&hellip…

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1975 Cannes Film Festival

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The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser

$15.95 | 109 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize - Competition
Grand Prize of the Jury
Prize of the Ecumenical Jury
Golden Palm(Nominee)

Director Werner Herzog (AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD; FITZCARRALDO) approaches the true story of famous wild child Kaspar Hauser as a metaphor, continuing his cinematic investigations into human consciousness and civilization&hellip…

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1974 Cannes Film Festival

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Ali: Fear Eats the Soul

$34.95 | 93 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)
Prize of the Ecumenical Jury
FIPRESCI Prize

A deceivingly simple film about the uncomfortable romantic relationship between a 60-year-old German cleaning woman named Emmi and a 40-year-old Moroccan immigrant named Ali, ALI: FEAR EATS THE SOUL is one of director R.W. Fassbinder's most powerful pictures&hellip…

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1971 Cannes Film Festival

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Murmur of the Heart

$25.95 | 118 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

While convalescing at a health retreat, a sensitive and sexually curious teenage boy explores his identity, with a little help from his doting mother. The tender direction belies the film's provocative sexual themes, which caused it to be almost banned in France upon its release&hellip&hellip…

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1970 Cannes Film Festival

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Landscape After Battle

$17.95 | 101 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)

The American troops have just defeated the Nazi army and there is a frenzy of freedom as the concentration camps are releasing prisoners. Still, American troops are uncertain what action to take with in Poland, so the U.S. takes control of the Polish camps. Here, Tadeusz (Daniel Obrychski) has been avoiding&hellip…

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1967 Cannes Film Festival

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Mouchette

$34.95 | 81 minutes

OCIC Award
Golden Palm(Nominee)

Robert Bresson plumbs great reservoirs of feeling with MOUCHETTE, one of the most searing portraits of human desperation ever put on film. Faced with a dying mother, an absent, alcoholic father, and a baby brother in need of care, the teenage Mouchette seeks solace in nature and daily routine&hellip…

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1966 Cannes Film Festival

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Young Torless

$25.95 | 87 minutes

Golden Palm(Nominee)
FIPRESCI Prize

Toerless (Matthieu Carriere) attends school at an early 20th Century Austrian military boarding school. He is distracted from the school's attempts to educate and train the young boys by the brutality of a few select students. As the school bullies terrorize and humiliate a fellow student&hellip…

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1963 Cannes Film Festival

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Harakiri

$34.95 | 133 minutes

Jury Special Prize

Set in 17th-century Japan, director Makaki Kobayahi's HARAKIRI stars Tatsuya Nakadai (RAN) as masterless samurai Hanshiro Tsugumo. Structured in a series of flashbacks, the film opens in a period of serenity that has brought about a consolidation of power in Japan, resulting in the release of many samurai from&hellip…

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1962 Cannes Film Festival

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L'Eclisse

$34.95 | 125 minutes

Special Jury Prize

Michaelangelo Antonioni's L'ECLISSE (ECLIPSE) is a visually stunning film with a strange, abstract plotline. Monica Vitti stars as Vittoria, a beautiful woman who, in the opening scene of the movie, dumps her boring boyfriend Riccardo (Francisco Rabal). Vittoria's mother (Lilla Brignone) passes her time at the&hellip…

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1961 Cannes Film Festival

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Viridiana

$25.95 | 91 minutes

Golden Palm

An idealistic novice nun, hoping to practice good works in the world, opens the doors of her ancestral estate to a ragtag collection of the poor, tired, and hungry. But her charity backfires when the recipients of her benevolence don't warm to her ministrations, choosing to go on living just as they were--in the gutter&hellip…

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1960 Cannes Film Festival

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The Virgin Spring

$34.95 | 89 minutes

Special Mention
Golden Palm(Nominee)

Derived from a medieval ballad, THE VIRGIN SPRING was director Ingmar Bergman's first film to win an Academy Award. The movie represents a return to simpler themes for Bergman after the philosophical complexity of THE SEVENTH SEAL and WILD STRAWBERRIES. On its most basic level, it's the&hellip…

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1959 Cannes Film Festival

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The 400 Blows

$17.95 | 99 minutes

Best Director
OCIC Award

Director François Truffaut's first feature film, THE 400 BLOWS, is a landmark in French cinema. Antoine Doinel (Jean-Pierre Léaud) is a 13-year-old boy who can't seem to do anything right. His parents yell at him and then bribe him for his love and his promises to work harder in school&hellip…

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1957 Cannes Film Festival

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Andrzej Wajda War Trilogy

$68.95 | 288 minutes

Special Jury Prize

Wajda's three remarkable films about life in Poland during World War II: A GENERATION, KANAL and ASHES AND DIAMONDS. See individual titles for descriptions&hellip…

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1954 Cannes Film Festival

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The Wages of Fear

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Made two years before his slightly better known DIABOLIQUE, Henri-Georges Clouzot's nail-biter of a suspense film is the story of four broke and desperate men stranded in Latin America. Eager for a way out of their respective situations, they accept an American oil company's impossibly dangerous offer to transport two truckloads of nitroglycerin&hellip&hellip…

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1953 Cannes Film Festival

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The Wages of Fear

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Special Mention

Made two years before his slightly better known DIABOLIQUE, Henri-Georges Clouzot's nail-biter of a suspense film is the story of four broke and desperate men stranded in Latin America. Eager for a way out of their respective situations, they accept an American oil company's impossibly dangerous offer to transport&hellip…

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