COMING TO THEATERS IN 2017
A fascinating and moving account of the romantic and creative partnership of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and film researcher Lillian Michelson: two unsung heroes of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
OPENS NOVEMBER 2 IN NEW YORK AND NOVEMBER 11 IN LOS ANGELES
A moving and unexpected Brazilian drama about a teenage boy with a fondness for cross-dressing who, on discovering that he was stolen at birth, has to navigate his new biological family.
OPENS OCTOBER 7 IN NEW YORK AND OCTOBER 21 IN LOS ANGELES
On October 20, 2012, American Journalist Theo Padnos was kidnapped in Syria. This is his story.
OPENS NOVEMBER 30 IN NEW YORK AND DECEMBER 9 IN LOS ANGELES
In Johnny Ma’s thrilling debut feature, a Chinese taxi driver finds himself plunged into a Kafkaesque nightmare where no good deed goes unpunished.
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In this inspiring and thought-provoking film, Hrund Gunnsteinsdottir and Kristín Ólafsdóttir go on a soul-searching, global journey to uncover the art of connecting within in today’s world of distraction, disconnection and stress.
Bill Cunningham (1929-2016)
We were saddened to hear of the passing of the great Bill Cunningham, a genius and a gentleman who will be sorely missed.
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This deeply personal portrait of acclaimed New York–based artist Ida Applebroog was shot with mischievous reverence by her filmmaker daughter, Beth B.
Explores the life and career of a passionate and brilliant artist—one of the few women recognized as central to the New York art scene in the late 1960s—whose life was tragically cut short.
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The definitive discourse with Noam Chomsky—widely regarded as the most important intellectual alive—on the defining characteristic of our time: the deliberate concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a select few.
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This thought provoking and spirited documentary offers an intimate portrait of one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century. German-Jewish philosopher Hannah Arendt caused an uproar in the 1960s by coining the concept of the "Banality of Evil" when referring to the trial of Adolph Eichmann.
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Internationally acclaimed artist Tom Sachs takes us on an intricately handmade journey to the red planet. A captivating introduction to Sachs’ work for the uninitiated, and required viewing for his longtime fans.
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India's Academy Award submission for Best Foreign-Language Film, COURT is a thought-provoking film about an aging folk singer who is arrested for performing an inflammatory song that may have led to a sewage worker's death.