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2014 Venice International Film Festival

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White Shadow

$24.95 | 115 minutes

Geneva Black Movie Festival (Prix Boréal du Public)
SFIFF San Francisco Film Society (Special Jury Prize)
Zerkalo International Film Festival (Best Director)
Era New Horizons Wroclaw International Film Festival (Best Film, Audience Award)
East End Film Festival (UK) (Best Feature)
Durban International Film Festival&hellip…

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2013 Venice International Film Festival

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White Shadow

$24.95 | 115 minutes

Venice International Film Festival(The Luigi De Laurentiis Lion of the Future Award for Best Debut Film)

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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2010 Venice International Film Festival

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That Girl in Yellow Boots

$24.95 | 103 minutes

That Girl in Yellow Boots follows Ruth’s family record search to find birth parents. Ruth’s birth parent search leads her to discover the dark secrets of researching family history. IndiepixFilms provides the best place to buy Indie movies and download Indie movies. Consumers can easily download indie movie from Indiepixfilms.com&hellip…

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2009 Venice International Film Festival

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Women Without Men - SCREENING KIT

$100.00 | 99 minutes

Silver Lion

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&hellip…

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2006 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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2005 Venice International Film Festival

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13 Tzameti

$20.95 | 90 minutes

Luigi De Laurentiis Award
Netpac Award

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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Le Petit Lieutenant

$21.95 | 110 minutes

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, a veteran policewoman&hellip&hellip…

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2004 Venice International Film Festival

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Palindromes

$16.95 | 100 minutes

Golden Lion(Nominee)

With PALINDROMES, fiercely independent writer-director Todd Solondz (HAPPINESS, STORYTELLING) places the topic of abortion under his scathing microscope. This time around, Solondz takes an even more daring approach by casting seven different actors to play the film's lead role. Aviva Victor is the young New&hellip…

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Grand Sons

$17.95 | 84 minutes

Venice Horizons Award

The quiet story of a bond that grows between an elderly Jewish grandmother (Reine Ferrato) and her gay grandson, Guillaume (Guillaume Quatravaux), THE GRAND SONS is an award-winning drama from French director Ilan Duran Cohen. Unfolding with a warm humor that delights in its characters' foibles, the story&hellip…

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Gilles' Wife

$21.95 | 103 minutes

CICAE Award – Frédéric Fonteyne

A distant French town plays host to some shocking events in GILLES' WIFE. Director Frédéric Fonteyne (AN AFFAIR OF LOVE) guides his cast through some tumultuous material after a man is accused of having an affair with his wife's sister&hellip&hellip…

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2003 Venice International Film Festival

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Last Life in the Universe

$19.95 | 104 minutes

Upstream Prize, Best Actor

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&hellip…

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The Return

$23.95 | 106 minutes

'CinemAvvenire' Award, Best First Film
Golden Lion
Sergio Trasatti Award
SIGNIS Award
Luigi De Laurentiis Award

Director Andrei Zvyagintsev makes a phenomenally assured directorial debut with THE RETURN. The spare tale focuses on two young brothers, Andrey (Vladimir Garin) and Vanya (Ivan Dobronravov), whose lives&hellip…

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2002 Venice International Film Festival

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September 11

$19.95 | 128 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize, Best Short Film
UNESCO Prize

A reaction piece to the United States' terrorist attack on September 11 2001, this controversial film calls upon eleven directors from various countries to contribute 11-minute 9-second films about the event. Variously political, violent, disturbing, abstract, opinionated, angered&hellip…

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2000 Venice International Film Festival

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The Isle

$21.95 | 89 minutes

Golden Lion(Nominee)
Netpac Award(Special Mention)

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&hellip…

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Liam

$10.95 | 91 minutes

Golden Lion(Nominee)
OCIC Award
Marcello Mastroianni Award

Originally produced for the B.B.C., director Stephen Frears masterfully crafts this poignant portrait of one family's attempt to stay afloat in impoverished 1930s England. The political, religious, and economic strife of pre-Word War II Liverpool is seen through&hellip…

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Pie In the Sky: The Brigid Berlin Story

$19.95 | 75 minutes

Riding and perhaps inspiring seminal pop artist Andy Warhol's 1960s redefinition of the concept of superstar, Brigid Berlin, the extravagant subject of the fascinating film PIE IN THE SKY: THE BRIGID BERLIN STORY, has persisted in presenting her personal struggles as the stuff of great art. The daughter of an extremely wealthy and prominent&hellip&hellip…

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Before Night Falls

$15.95 | 133 minutes

Golden Lion(Nominee)
Volpi Cup, Best Actor
Rota Soundtrack Award
OCIC Award, Special Mention
Grand Special Jury Prize

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&hellip…

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1999 Venice International Film Festival

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Seventeen Years

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Children and Cinema Award
OCIC Special Award
Golden Lion(Nominee)
Special Director's Award
Pasinetti Award(Special Mention)
Sergio Trasatti Award(Special Mention)

Living together in a claustrophobic home in a rundown part of Tianjin, China, stepsisters Tao Lan (Lin Liu) and Yu Xiaoquin (Yun Li) are forced to&hellip…

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1997 Venice International Film Festival

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Love Stories

$10.95 | 84 minutes

Anicaflash Prize
FIPRESCI Prize
OCIC Award - Honorable Mention
Sergio Trasatti Award

In these four love-themed stories, Polish actor Jerzy Stuhr (THE DECALOGUE) writes, directs, and stars as a priest who learns he has a daughter, a university professor who discovers a student's infatuation, a thief who is blackmailed&hellip…

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1996 Venice International Film Festival

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Chronicle of a Disappearance

$23.95 | 88 minutes

Luigi De Laurentiis Award

In this political comedy, filmmaker and star Elia Suleiman returns to his Palestinian homeland after spending 12 years studying film in New York. What follows is a series of vignettes expressing the director's personal views on the quality of contemporary Israeli-Arab life. Suleiman won the New Director's&hellip…

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1993 Venice International Film Festival

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Bad Boy Bubby

$14.95 | 114 minutes

Special Jury Prize

Australian director Rolf de Heer's bizarre parable of innocence and corruption, belief and redemption, paints a decidedly grim picture while allowing hints of optimistic humanism to filter through. Bad Boy Bubby (Nicholas Hope) is a 35-year-old manchild, confined his whole life by his domineering mother--who&hellip…

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1992 Venice International Film Festival

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Un Coeur En Hiver

$21.95 | 101 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize
Silver Lion

Stephane (Daniel Auteuil) and Maxime (Andre Dussollier) are partners in a respectable violin making and repair business. One day a beautiful violinist named Camille (Gallic beauty Emmanuelle Beart) enters their shoppe and their lives, immediately striking up an affair with the outgoing Maxime. But&hellip…

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1990 Venice International Film Festival

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An Angel at My Table

$34.95 | 158 minutes

OCIC Award
Grand Special Jury Prize

This sprawling, detailed film by Jane Campion (THE PIANO) tells the true story of Janet Frame, a painfully sensitive girl who managed to escape a dreary rural upbringing and eight years in a mental hospital to become New Zealand's premier poet. The film unfolds as a trilogy, with each section&hellip…

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1987 Venice International Film Festival

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Au Revoir, Les Enfants

$25.95 | 101 minutes

Golden Lion
OCIC Award

Louise Malle's award-winning drama historical drama is a meditative coming of age tale set during the rise of the Nazi Party. Based loosely on Malle's own boyhood at a private boarding school, AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS tells the story of the sad-eyed 12 year old, Julien Quentin (a captivating Gaspard Manesse&hellip…

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1984 Venice International Film Festival

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Year of the Quiet Sun

$23.95 | 109 minutes

Golden Lion
Pasinetti Award

During the postwar upheaval in a war-torn German town, a tragic love affair develops between an American sergeant and a Polish woman who has lost her husband in the war&hellip&hellip…

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1981 Venice International Film Festival

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Do You Remember Dolly Bell?

$21.95 | 109 minutes

FIPRESCI Prize
Golden Lion

Director Emir Kusturica is known outside of his native Bosnia for films such as ARIZONA DREAM, UNDERGROUND and BLACK CAT, WHITE CAT. This early example of his work was shot in his home country in the early 1980s (when it was still known as Yugoslavia), is set in the 1960s, and follows the fortunes&hellip…

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1975 Venice International Film Festival

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Sisters

$25.95 | 93 minutes

Director Brian De Palma made a name for himself with this twisty shocker starring a pre-SUPERMAN Margot Kidder as the mysterious Danielle. A French-Canadian model, Danielle may be covering up a murder to protect her recently separated homicidal Siamese twin--or maybe not. Plucky female reporter Grace Collier (Jennifer Salt) witnessed&hellip&hellip…

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1972 Venice International Film Festival

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Tout Va Bien

$25.95 | 96 minutes

Iconoclastic French director Jean-Luc Godard became radicalized politically after the events of May 1968 in Paris, openly expressing admiration for the writings of Mao Zedong and other leftist leaders. Godard and his cohort, Jean-Pierre Gorin, even formed a Marxist film society, the Dziga Vertov Group, after the early Soviet documentarian&hellip&hellip…

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1967 Venice International Film Festival

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Mouchette

$34.95 | 81 minutes

Best Film

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, a respite from her economic&hellip…

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1964 Venice International Film Festival

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The Gospel According to St. Matthew

$17.95 | 142 minutes

Golden Lion(Nominee)
Special Jury Prize
OCIC Award

Christ's life is presented with respect for the traditional religious doctrine of the Church, but Pasolini's trademark naturalism "humanizes" his subject and makes him his own. The documentary-style camera captures Christ's meetings with the men who were to become his&hellip…

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1963 Venice International Film Festival

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Nothing But a Man

$21.95 | 92 minutes

Best Film

Abbey Lincoln and Ivan Dixon star in Michael Roemer's lyrical film about a young black couple struggling to live and love with dignity. Alabama, circa 1960. Duff's a brawny, handsome man who's been working as a railroad lineman for longer than he'd like to remember. When he meets Josie, a comely, serene school teacher&hellip…

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1961 Venice International Film Festival

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Yojimbo

$34.95 | 110 minutes

Best Actor

The incomparable Toshiro Mifune stars in Akira Kurosawa's visually stunning and darkly comic YOJIMBO. To rid a terror-stricken village of corruption, wily masterless samurai Sanjuro turns a range war between two evil clans to his own advantage. Remade twice, by Sergio Leone (A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS) and Walter Hill (LAST&hellip…

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1959 Venice International Film Festival

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Andrzej Wajda War Trilogy

$68.95 | 288 minutes

FIPRESCI 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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1957 Venice International Film Festival

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Le Notti Bianche

$25.95 | 101 minutes

Silver Lion
Golden Lion(Nominee)

Celebrated Italian filmmaker Luchino Visconti abandoned the Neorealist tone and aesthetic of his earlier films for the dreamier, fairy-tale like romance LE NOTTI BIANCHE (WHITE NIGHTS). An adaptation of a short story by Fyodor Dostoevsky, the film stars Marcello Mastroianni as Mario, a lonely&hellip…

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1955 Venice International Film Festival

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Seven Samurai

$42.95 | 207 minutes

Silver Lion
Golden Lion(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&hellip…

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1954 Venice International Film Festival

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Sansho the Bailiff

$34.95 | 124 minutes

Silver Lion
Golden Lion(Nominee)

This stunning Kenji Mizoguchi masterpiece reaches back to a Japanese folk tale of the 12th century to depict the barbarism of "a dark age, when people didn't know how to be human." The film stars Yoshiaki Hanayagi as Zushiô, the young son of a provincial governor Masauji Taira (Masao&hellip…

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1953 Venice International Film Festival

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Ugetsu

$34.95 | 97 minutes

Golden Lion(Nominee)
Silver Lion

Often cited by critics as one of the greatest films ever made, Kenji Mizoguchi's UGETSU includes the director's signature theme of the women oppressed while adopting a broader philosophical perspective on human affairs. Set against the backdrop of the feudal wars of 16th-century Japan, the&hellip…

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1947 Venice International Film Festival

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The Stranger - ON DEMAND

$99.99 | 95 minutes

Golden Lion(Nominee) – Orson Welles

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1939 Venice International Film Festival

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La Bete Humaine

$25.95 | 100 minutes

Mussolini Cup, Best Film(Nominee)

Made at the height of poetic realism in the French cinema, LA BÊTE HUMAINE is an adaptation of Emile Zola's classic work, starring Jean Gabin as railroad engineer Jacques Lantier. He lusts after Severine (Simone Simon), the lovely wife of stationmaster Robaud (Fernand Ledoux), but has kept&hellip…

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