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2014 Sundance Film Festival

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White Shadow

$24.95 | 115 minutes

The story of Alias, a young Albino on the run, hunted by local witch doctors who use Albinos body parts for their potions&hellip…

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2013 Sundance Film Festival

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Soldate Jeannette

$24.95 | 80 minutes

Fanni has had enough of money. Anna has had enough of pigs. Together they embark on a punk adventure towards Marxist liberty&hellip…

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2011 Sundance Film Festival

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Uncle Kent

$19.95 | 72 minutes

A pothead kid's show cartoonist in Los Angeles spends a weekend trying to sleep with his visiting house guest - a woman from New York who he met on Chatroulette. Purchase the DVD Uncle Kent buy now at Indiepix Films. Uncle Kent movie buy DVD&hellip…

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2010 Sundance Film Festival

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All My Friends Are Funeral Singers

$24.95 | 84 minutes

Zel is a fortune teller. She works out of her century-old house removing clients' aches and pains, advising gamblers, and channeling cranky spirits for a quick check in with their loved ones. Zel is very good at her chosen profession, but also receives some unique assistance. For as long as she can remember she has shared her home with&hellip…

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Women Without Men

$29.95 | 99 minutes

Women Without Men, an adaptation of Shahrnush Parsipur's magic realist novel of the same name, is Iranian artist Shirin Neshat's first feature length film. The story chronicles the intertwining lives of four Iranian women during the summer of 1953; a cataclysmic moment in Iranian history when an American led, British backed coup&hellip…

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Frozen

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Director Adam Green (HATCHET, SPIRAL) takes the helm for this relentlessly tense tale of three snowboarders who must fight for their lives in the freezing cold after getting stranded on a ski lift. As the trio rides up the mountain in preparation for their final run of the day, the night lights suddenly go dark, and the lift chairs grind&hellip…

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The Killer Inside Me

$17.95 | 109 minutes

The second feature-length adaptation of author Jim Thompson's acclaimed 1952 crime novel, Michael Winterbottom's unflinching, psychosexual post-noir stars Casey Affleck as Deputy Sheriff Lou Ford, a stoic small-town lawman leading a secret life as a serial killer. His West Texas jurisdiction plagued by a series of unsolved murders, Deputy&hellip…

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Howl

$14.95 | 84 minutes

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HARVEY MILK filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman make an ambitious leap to narrative film with this hybrid of live-action drama and animation. HOWL divides its focus between the real-life obscenity trial of the eponymous poem by Allen Ginsberg (James Franco) and the epic poem itself, which is brought to life&hellip…

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Catfish

$11.95 | 88 minutes

Love and identity become twisted across the lines of the Internet in this documentary from filmmakers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Nev Schulman is a photographer who one day received a surprising e-mail message -- Abby, an eight-year-old girl in Michigan, had seen his picture in a newspaper and wanted permission to paint a portrait&hellip…

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Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work

$24.95 | 84 minutes

Grand Jury Prize - Documentary(Nominee)
Documentary Film Editing Award – Penelope Falk

Joan Rivers launched her career as a standup comic in the early '60s, a time when female comedians were few and far between, and after several years of working nightclubs to unresponsive audiences, she&hellip…

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Animal Kingdom

$11.95 | 113 minutes

A youngster is given an inside look at a criminal empire that also happens to be his family in this independent drama. Teenage Joshua Cody (James Frecheville) is suddenly on his own after his mother's drug habit catches up with her, and he's taken in by his grandmother Smurf (Jacki Weaver), usually regarded as the black sheep of the family&hellip…

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2009 Sundance Film Festival

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Sister Wife

$7.95 | 10 minutes

DoriAnn is a Mormon fundamentalist who shares a husband with her younger biological sister. During a private bathing meditation and candid interviews, DoriAnn explores the surprisingly universal challenges of her marriage and reveals an unexpected explanation for why she chooses polygamy&hellip&hellip…

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Lymelife

$11.95 | 93 minutes

Rory Culkin (MEAN CREEK) stars in the coming-of-age drama LYMELIFE. Set in 1970s Long Island, the film has a WONDER YEARS feel with its friendly spats between brothers and a major crush on the all-American girl next door. As 15-year-old Scott, Culkin shares the screen with real-life brother Kieran Culkin, whose character, Jimmy, is just&hellip…

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We Live In Public

$24.95 | 90 minutes

Grand Jury Prize

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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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Black Dynamite

$11.95 | 90 minutes

The city streets explode into violence when "The Man" kills Black Dynamite's (Michael Jai White) brother in this seamless recreation of the blaxploitation classics of the 1970s. He was the best agent that the CIA ever had, but these days Black Dynamite only answers to one boss -- himself. When "The Man" ices Black Dynamite's brother&hellip…

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William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe

$23.95 | 86 minutes

During the second half of the 20th century, William Kunstler was one of the most admired attorneys in America--and one of the most hated. Kunstler was a man who thrived on controversial cases; in the 1960s, he specialized in defending clients who ran afoul of the law on civil rights and free speech issues, and he spoke on behalf of Martin&hellip…

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The Messenger

$10.95 | 113 minutes

An Iraq War veteran who just narrowly escaped death in combat struggles with his new post at the Casualty Notification Office in this military drama starring Ben Foster, Woody Harrelson, Jena Malone, and Samantha Morton. Will Montgomery (Foster) has spent his fair share of time in army hospitals, and with just three months to go before&hellip…

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2008 Sundance Film Festival

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The Art Star and the Sudanese Twins

$24.95 | 98 minutes

Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema Documentary(Nominee)
World Cinema Documentary Film Editing Award – Irena Dol

Controversial conceptual artist Vanessa Beecroft, known for staging striking tableaux of nude female models, is smitten with a pair of Sudanese twins during an African photo shoot&hellip…

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Trouble the Water

$23.95 | 96 minutes

Winner - Grand Jury Prize

As Hurricane Katrina hammers New Orleans, it changes the lives of aspiring rap artist Kimberly Rivers Roberts and her street-smart husband forever. Edited together from video footage shot by the couple during and after the storm's devastation, this documentary offers a visceral, personal view of the calamity&hellip…

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Good Dick - ON DEMAND

$99.99 | 86 minutes

A video store clerk is infatuated with an introverted girl with a secret history&hellip…

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The Order Of Myths

$23.95 | 97 minutes

Grand Jury Prize (Nominated)(Documentary)

The first Mardi Gras in America was celebrated in Mobile, Alabama in 1703. In 2007, it is still racially segregated. Filmmaker Margaret Brown ("Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt"), herself a daughter of Mobile, escorts us into the parallel hearts of the city's two carnivals&hellip…

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2007 Sundance Film Festival

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Fay Grim

$10.95 | 118 minutes

The unlikely sequel to Hal Hartley's Henry Fool, finds the title character (played by Parker Posey) as a single mother in Queens. Her life is suddenly turned upside down when her missing husband's bad novel may turn out to be a secret code for a weapon and everyone wants to get their hands on it. So ensues a pursuit through Europe and&hellip…

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Broken English

$10.95 | 98 minutes

Known mainly for playing quirkily comic characters, Parker Posey shows she can tackle a serious role just as skillfully in Zoe Cassevetes's moving film. BROKEN ENGLISH stars Posey as Nora Wilder, a thirtysomething whose disastrous dating experiences in the Big Apple have put her on the verge of giving up all hope when it comes to love&hellip…

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Ghosts of Abu Ghraib

$19.98 | 78 minutes

Nominated, Grand Jury Prize

Director Rory Kennedy crafts an affecting documentary for HBO with this look at the events in an Iraqi prison at Abu Ghraib, Iraq. The prison came into the spotlight in 2003 after startling photographs of abuse by U.S. authorities were leaked to the media. Kennedy examines the evidence and talks to&hellip…

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Manufactured Landscapes

$23.95 | 90 minutes

Nominated - Grand Jury Prize, World Cinema - 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 -- Burtynsky creates&hellip…

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The Monastery: Mr. Vig & the Nun

$19.95 | 85 minutes

Grand Jury Prize (Nominated)(World Cinema - Documentary)

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&hellip…

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Kadosh

$23.95 | 117 minutes

Grand Jury Prize (Nominated)(Documentary)

With KADOSH (meaning Sacred) director Amos Gitai paints a powerful picture of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem's isolated Mea Shearim district. KADOSH follows two sisters through two events initiated by the community's Rabbi: an arranged marriage and an arranged divorce&hellip…

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Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten

$13.95 | 123 minutes

Grand Jury Prize (Nominated)(World Cinema - Documentary)

As the front man of the Clash from 1977 onwards, Joe Strummer changed peoples lives forever. Four years after his death, his influence reaches out around the world, more strongly now than ever before. In The Future Is Unwritten, from British film director Julien Temple&hellip…

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Banished

$24.95 | 84 minutes

Grand Jury Prize (Nominated)

BANISHED vividly recovers the forgotten history of racial cleansing in America when thousands of African Americans were driven from their homes and communities by violent, racist mobs. The film places these events in the context of present day race relations by following three concrete cases where&hellip…

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

$155.00 | 107 minutes

Grand Jury Prize - Documentary(Nominee)

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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2006 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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2005 Sundance Film Festival

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Cronicas

$10.95 | 108 minutes

Grand Jury, World Cinema, Dramatic(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

$10.95 | 110 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(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

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(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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Late Bloomer

$9.95 | 12 minutes

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

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Shake Hands With the Devil: The Journey of Romeo Dallaire

$24.95 | 91 minutes

Audience Award(Best World Documentary)

The tragic story of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, from the perspective of one individual who fought soci-political pressure and prejudices in an attempt to keep it from spiralling out of control&hellip…

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2004 Sundance Film Festival

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Farmingville

$15.95 | minutes

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

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

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

Shy Kenji is a Japanese librarian in Bangkok who lives within a neatly organized world and fantasizes about committing suicide, but gets interrupted every time he attempts to end his life. While at work, he becomes obsessed with a beautiful girl he spots through the bookshelves. Later, while attempting to jump off a bridge, he watches&hellip&hellip…

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Dig!

$22.95 | 107 minutes

Grand Jury Prize

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

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Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic(Nominee)

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

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Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

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

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

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Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

$21.95 | 89 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

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

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The Execution of Wanda Jean

$21.95 | 88 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

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

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

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

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2003 Sundance Film Festival

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Tom Dowd and the Language of Music

$22.95 | 90 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

In the annals of pop music, there's probably no one other than legendary impresario John Hammond whose ubiquitousness compares with that of engineer/producer Tom Dowd. From the 1950s on, Dowd was both a tireless technological innovator and a uniquely musical engineer and producer. A key figure&hellip…

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits&hellip…

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Stevie

$10.95 | 145 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)
Cinematography Award, Documentary

STEVIE is non-fiction filmmaking at its bravest and most merciless. In its excruciating authenticity, STEVIE provides insight into the complexities of the human condition, and raises the question of personal responsibility to an almost unbearable degree&hellip…

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island, Arnold&hellip…

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2002 Sundance Film Festival

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Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida&hellip…

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

SKINS, based on the novel by Adrian C. Louis, is the impressive second feature of Native American director Chris Eyre (SMOKE SIGNALS). Filmed on location at the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota, SKINS tells the story of Rudy (Eric Schweig), a policeman, and his older brother Mogie (Graham Greene of THE GREEN MILE)&hellip&hellip…

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The Inner Tour

$15.95 | 94 minutes

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz's THE INNER TOUR is a deeply affecting documentary that addresses the Middle Eastern conflict with a penetrating eye. The film follows a group of Palestinians as they embark on a three-day bus tour through Israel in 2000, just months before the historical Arab-Israeli war recommenced. What at first appears to be&hellip&hellip…

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Blue Vinyl

$21.95 | 98 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)
Excellence in Cinematography, Documentary

Curious filmmaker Judith Helfand decided to follow up some doubts she had about PVC (polyvinyl chloride) when her parents took the step of coating their house with it. Taking her camera and co-director Daniel B. Gold with her, Helfand hit the&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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Stories from the War on Homosexuality

$55.95 | 223 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

Three documentaries from acclaimed gay filmmaker Arthur Dong are contained here. COMING OUT UNDER FIRE: Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, this documentary uses first-person accounts to chronicle the development of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy&hellip…

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2001 Sundance Film Festival

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Southern Comfort

$15.95 | minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary

For her film SOUTHERN COMFORT, veteran documentarian Kate Davis found a rare subject in Robert Eads, a 52-year-old female-to-male transsexual living in Tuccoa, Georgia. Eads, a charming, laconic cowboy apparently "male" enough to once be propositioned to join the Ku Klux Klan, began life as a female&hellip…

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The Believer

$19.95 | 0 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic

Raised Jewish, Danny (Ryan Gosling) now runs with an anti-Semitic skinhead gang in Queens. Attending a meeting held by prominent self-proclaimed fascist Curtis Zampf (Billy Zane), Danny is noticed when he proposes killing Jews as a solution to society's problems. Danny's words create excitement not only&hellip…

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Princesa

$14.95 | 96 minutes

This Italian film from director Henrique Goldman traces the journey of teenage transsexual Fernanda (Ingrid de Souza) as she heads from her native Brazil to the seedy world of Italy's transsexual prostitution scene. Unlike most of her fellow prostitutes, Fernanda's most cherished desire is to have a sex-change operation, fall in love&hellip&hellip…

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Go Tigers!

$19.95 | 103 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

In the blue collar Ohio town of Massillon, the most important thing is high school football, and the frenzy around home team the Tigers is, as one resident observes, like "a cult... a religion." Shot on high-definition video, former Massillon resident Kenneth Carlson's documentary follows&hellip…

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Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut

$11.95 | 133 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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Chain Camera

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

Located in the cultural melting pot of Los Angeles, John Marshall High School has a student body that represents over ninety different countries. In CHAIN CAMERA, director Kirby Dick (SICK: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF BOB FLANAGAN) relinquishes the video camera to let the students of this multicultural&hellip…

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Lost and Delirious

$10.95 | 100 minutes

The story of three roommates at a private school for girls, LOST AND DELIRIOUS centers on Mary (Mischa Barton), who is shy and lonely, having spun on a downward spiral ever since the death of her mother three years before. But when she arrives at prep school and meets her new roommates, Pauline (Piper Perabo) and Tory (Jessica Pare)--fun&hellip&hellip…

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2000 Sundance Film Festival

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Psycho Beach Party

$14.95 | 95 minutes

PSYCHO BEACH PARTY was scripted by playwright Charles Busch (author of the long-running off-Broadway hit VAMPIRE LESBIANS OF SODOM), adapted from his 1987 play of the same title. Florence Forest (Lauren Ambrose) is a perky but unfulfilled teen. After witnessing the antics of a gang of strapping young surfer dudes at the beach one day&hellip&hellip…

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1999 Sundance Film Festival

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Sing Faster: The Stagehands' Ring Cycle

$21.95 | 56 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)
Filmmakers Trophy, Documentary

With its massive set designs and 17-hour running time, Richard Wagner's RING CYCLE makes for the most daunting production an opera house can stage. Jon Else's award-winning documentary SING FASTER chronicles the San Francisco Opera's production of Wagner's&hellip…

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Brakhage

$23.95 | 75 minutes

Over the course of 40 years, avant-garde film legend Stan Brakhage made nearly 400 films. Using experimental techniques of his own creation and no sound, he changed the both way we think about film and what we expect from light passing through celluloid. From "Window Water Baby Moving" (1958) to later works, such as "Dante's Quartet"&hellip&hellip…

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1998 Sundance Film Festival

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Buffalo '66

$10.95 | 111 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic(Nominee)

An electric directorial debut (seven years in the making) by New York artist/musician/model/actor Vincent Gallo, BUFFALO '66 combines the experimental techniques of the French New Wave and the realistic grit of seventies filmmakers such as John Cassavetes, resulting in something inventive and&hellip…

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1997 Sundance Film Festival

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Stories from the War on Homosexuality

$55.95 | 223 minutes

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

Three documentaries from acclaimed gay filmmaker Arthur Dong are contained here. COMING OUT UNDER FIRE: Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, this documentary uses first-person accounts to chronicle&hellip…

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1996 Sundance Film Festival

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My Knees Were Jumping: Remembering the Kindertransport

$15.95 | 77 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

A forerunner to INTO THE ARMS OF STRANGERS, Melissa Hacker's powerful MY KNEES WERE TREMBLING remains the first feature-length documentary to reveal the human drama behind the Kindertransport of WWII. The Kindertransport was a British refugee policy set in motion during the aftermath of Kristallnacht&hellip…

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Welcome to the Dollhouse

$16.95 | 87 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic

Todd Solondz's WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE follows the painful daily trials of Dawn "Wienerdog" Wiener (Heather Matarazzo), an awkward, nerdy 12-year-old. The middle child between her geeky older brother, Mark (Matthew Faber), and her sickeningly sweet little sister, Missy (Daria Kalinina), Dawn has a rough&hellip…

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Color of a Brisk and Leaping Day

$21.95 | 85 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic(Nominee)
Cinematography Award, Dramatic

Christopher M√ľnch's quiet, evocative COLOR OF A BRISK AND LEAPING DAY tells the beautifully elegiac story of a young man's attempt to grab a piece of the past from a stultifyingly impersonal modern world. John Lee (Peter Alexander) has loved trains all his&hellip…

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Fire on the Mountain

$21.95 | 72 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

An acclaimed profile of the members of the Army's 10th Mountain Division, the ski squadron whose daring mountain expeditions helped quash the Axis forces. Contains interviews and rare archival footage of the group in training, as well as a reunion of the group at Italy's Riva Ridge. Winner&hellip…

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1995 Sundance Film Festival

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The Brothers McMullen

$7.95 | 98 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic

Two main issues are complicating the lives of the Irish, Long Island-based, working-class McMullen brothers: Catholicism and women. Jack is the married oldest brother who's cheating on his perfect wife. Barry is the relationship-wary middle brother who, to his surprise and dismay, is finally falling&hellip…

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Secret of Roan Inish

$11.95 | 102 minutes

Sent to live with her grandparents in a quaint coastal Irish town, 10-year-old Fiona (Jeni Courtney) is fascinated by the village's rich folk culture--especially the local myths about a half-human, half-seal creature known as a selkie. Fiona becomes convinced that her supposedly deceased little brother is living with the selkies, and&hellip&hellip…

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Angela

$19.95 | 99 minutes

Won - Cinematography Award
Won - Filmmakers Trophy
Nominated - Grand Jury Prize

ANGELA is the debut film from director Rebecca Miller, winner of the Sundance Grand Jury Prize in 2002 for her second film, PERSONAL VELOCITY. Angela (Miranda Stuart Ryne) and Ellie (Charlotte Blythe) are two sisters caught up in an increasingly&hellip…

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1994 Sundance Film Festival

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Hoop Dreams

$21.95 | 171 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary
Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

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&hellip…

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Stories from the War on Homosexuality

$55.95 | 223 minutes

Special Jury Recognition
Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

Three documentaries from acclaimed gay filmmaker Arthur Dong are contained here. COMING OUT UNDER FIRE: Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, this documentary uses first-person accounts to chronicle the development of the military's&hellip…

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1991 Sundance Film Festival

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Absolutely Positive

$15.95 | 88 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

When it premiered, Peter Adair's now critically-acclaimed documentary ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE became the first film to humanize the face of AIDS. HIV-positive himself, Adair chose eleven individuals from a cast of 125. The subjects range in age from 17 to 60, coming from a wide variety of races&hellip…

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In the Shadow of the Stars

$21.95 | 93 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

Go behind the curtain at the San Francisco Opera Company with this profile of the struggling chorus singers who support the divas while nursing their own dreams of stage stardom&hellip&hellip…

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1990 Sundance Film Festival

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Metropolitan

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic(Nominee)

A chronicle of the social scene of a group of young Park Avenue socialites and their vanishing debutante scene. Into thier midst comes an outsider, a radical from the socially alien west side. But, because of an escort shortage he is welcomed into their group by the dominant, arrogant leader&hellip…

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1987 Sundance Film Festival

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Sherman's March

$21.95 | 155 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary

When the documentarian is dumped by his girlfriend, Ross McElwee decides to retrace General Sherman's Civil War march on Atlanta, hilariously exploring romance and the mystique of Southern women along the way. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Sequel (of sorts): TIME INDEFINITE&hellip&hellip…

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1985 Sundance Film Festival

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Before Stonewall

$21.95 | 87 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary(Nominee)

This is the story of the gay community and how they have strived to be accepted. focusing on the events that led to the fevered 1969 riots at a New York City gay bar (Stonewall Inn), and many other milestones in the brave gay movement for acceptance&hellip&hellip…

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Blood Simple

$11.95 | 96 minutes

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic

When a bar owner discovers that one of his employees is having an affair with his wife, a complex web of deceit and double crosses ensues in a small Texas town. The Coen brothers' first picture is an intricately plotted film noir filled with surprises at each turn. The cast, largely unkown at the time&hellip…

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Sundance Film Festival

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City Unplugged

$4.99 | 95 minutes

A heist film tinged with black comedy, the story begins in 1991, with Estonia having just declared its independence from the Soviet Union. A band of gangsters hatch a plan to hijack the small Baltic nation's $1 billion worth of bullion, about to return to the capital after years of hiding in Paris. Toivo, a naive electrician, is commissioned&hellip&hellip…

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