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2009 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Waltz With Bashir

$11.95 | 90 minutes

Best Picture

Director Ari Folman interviews old friends and comrades around the world. He needs to discover the truth about his own life and about himself during the 1980's war with Lebanon. As Ari delves deeper and deeper into the mystery, his memory begins to creep up in surreal images&hellip&hellip…

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2008 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Waltz With Bashir

$11.95 | 90 minutes

Best Foreign Language Film

Director Ari Folman interviews old friends and comrades around the world. He needs to discover the truth about his own life and about himself during the 1980's war with Lebanon. As Ari delves deeper and deeper into the mystery, his memory begins to creep up in surreal images&hellip&hellip…

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2001 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Before Night Falls

$15.95 | 133 minutes

Best Actor

The life of Reinaldo Arenas, an exiled Cuban homosexual writer, is chronicled in an adaptation of his memoir BEFORE NIGHT FALLS, directed by Julian Schnabel (BASQUIAT). Javier Bardem (in an Oscar-nominated performance) portrays Arenas as he journeys from poverty to university to the sexual revolution and homosexual&hellip…

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The Guy Maddin Collection

$27.95 | 187 minutes

Best Experimental Film

A collection of three films from cult director Guy Maddin. In TWILIGHT OF THE ICE NYMPHS (1997), Shelly Duvall (POPEYE) and Frank Gorshin (BATMAN: THE MOVIE) star in a tale of passion and fantasy set in a far away land where the sun always shines. ARCHANGEL (1990) is a story of obsessive love in a war-torn&hellip…

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Traffic

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Best Director
Best Supporting Actor

Steven Soderbergh followed up his critical and commercial smash ERIN BROCKOVICH with this wildly exhilarating exploration of the complex, multilayered international drug problem. The film tells three seemingly disparate stories that loosely intersect and overlap, unfurling at a frantic&hellip…

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1995 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Hoop Dreams

$21.95 | 171 minutes

Best Documentary

A highly acclaimed, Oscar-overlooked documentary about the hopes and dreams of two inner city youths who see basketball, and especially acceptance to a school known for its outstanding basketball program, as their ticket out of poverty. Appearances by Isiah Thomas, Dick Vitale, Spike Lee and Bobby Knight. Academy&hellip…

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1992 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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The Guy Maddin Collection

$27.95 | 187 minutes

Best Experimental Film

A collection of three films from cult director Guy Maddin. In TWILIGHT OF THE ICE NYMPHS (1997), Shelly Duvall (POPEYE) and Frank Gorshin (BATMAN: THE MOVIE) star in a tale of passion and fantasy set in a far away land where the sun always shines. ARCHANGEL (1990) is a story of obsessive love in a war-torn&hellip…

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1990 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Drugstore Cowboy

$10.95 | 104 minutes

Best Screenplay
Best Film
Best Director

DRUGSTORE COWBOY was one of a group of films that led to the explosion of American independent cinema. Director Gus Van Sant generally maintains his highly stylized vision, regardless of a film's budget. His later films continue to illustrate the dreamlike moments contained in highly&hellip…

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1987 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Blue Velvet

$11.95 | 120 minutes

Best Supporting Actor
Best Film
Best Director
Best Cinematography

A deeply shocking and insidiously funny film, David Lynch's offbeat vision uncovers the nasty underside of small-town America. When a young man finds a human ear in a field, he embarks on an investigation into the dark world of a dangerous psychopath&hellip…

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1975 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Lacombe, Lucien

$25.95 | 138 minutes

Best Supporting Actor

This unflinching film by legendary director Louis Malle was one of the first of its time to openly discuss the troublesome issue of French collaboration with the Nazis during World War II. It follows an innocent young man (the very talented Pierre Blaise, who was killed in a car accident a year after the&hellip…

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1973 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Mon Oncle Antoine

$34.95 | 104 minutes

Richard and Hilda Rosenthal Foundation Award

Young Benoit learns about life very quickly from his uncle Antoine who serves as everything from notary and shopkeeper to undertaker in this depressed region of Canada's backwoods&hellip&hellip…

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