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2013 New Orleans Film Festival

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Captive Beauty

$24.95 | 73 minutes

CAPTIVE BEAUTY. It’s an intimate portrait of four women, jailed for murder, kidnapping, revolution, and con-artistry, who are brought together by a beauty pageantheld inside the prison walls&hellip…

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2009 New Orleans Film Festival

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El Ladroncito (The Little Thief)

$7.95 | 15 minutes

Oscar, a 12-year-old boy from the Nicaraguan barrios, takes to working in the streets with the hopes of buying himself a PSP&hellip…

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The Eyes Of Me

$19.95 | 72 minutes

The Eyes of Me presents an extraordinary look at four blind teenagers. The parallel stories of two freshmen and two seniors unfold over the course of one dynamic year at the Texas School for the Blind in Austin. Distilled from over 250 hours of footage, this experiential documentary captures a textured portrait of its characters' lives&hellip…

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2008 New Orleans Film Festival

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Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry

$24.95 | 73 minutes

Audience Award - Best Documentary

Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry explores the roots of American tattoing through the life of its most iconoclastic figure, Norman "Sailor Jerry" Collins. Considered by many the foremost tattoo artist of all time, Collins is the father of modern day tattooing, whose uncompromising lifestyle and larger than&hellip…

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Nerdcore For Life

$24.95 | 84 minutes

Two of the 21st century's most powerful social forces; Hip-Hop and geek culture collide head-on in the feature-length documentary, Nerdcore For Life. Born on the internet, Nerdcore Hip-Hop is rap music made by geeks, for geeks and covers such traditionally nerdy topics as comic books, video games, sci-fi, anime and technology. This new&hellip…

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Indestructible

$24.95 | 113 minutes

Diagnosed with ALS, a fatal neurodegenerative disease, filmmaker Ben Byer starts documenting his life on camera. What begins as a series of video diaries grows into an epic journey spanning three years and six countries as he scours the globe looking for answers - and a cure&hellip&hellip…

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2007 New Orleans Film Festival

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The Ladies

$9.95 | 13 minutes

When Vali and Mimi closed their couture shop on Lexington Avenue they kepy a dozen of their best clients, moved the business into the spare bedroom, and moved Mimi to the pull-out couch. Still sewing forty hours a week, the 87 and 93 year old sisters reflect on the dying of a craft, the important of family, and the persistence of the&hellip&hellip…

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Tangier Treehouse

$14.95 | 57 minutes

An inspirational tale of triumph from the Cinema Guild collection! When a group of Moroccan street children are invited to take part in a treehouse building workshop, they find themselves unexpectedly transformed. Facing difficult choices in their lives - whether to emigrate illegally to nearby Europe or cope with limited prospects for&hellip&hellip…

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2006 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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2004 New Orleans Film Festival

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

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

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2002 New Orleans Film Festival

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Lost in La Mancha

$23.95 | 93 minutes

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

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