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    !Women Art Revolution
    Lynn Hershman Leeson

    An entertaining and revelatory “secret history” of Feminist Art, !Women Art Revolution deftly illuminates this under-explored movement through conversations, archival footage and works of visionary artists, historians, curators and critics. More...

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    10 on Ten
    Abbas Kiarostami

    A cinematic master-class in which Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami (A Taste of Cherry) discusses his filmmaking in relation to his 2002 film Ten. More...

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    The Acid House
    Paul McGuigan

    A surreal triptych adapted by TRAINSPOTTING author Irvine Welsh from his own collection of short stories. Combining a vicious sense of humor with hard-talking drama, THE ACID HOUSE plunges the viewer into increasingly bizarre situations. More...

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    Act of God
    Jennifer Baichwal

    From the director of Manufactured Landscapes. Accidents, chance, fate and the elusive quest to make sense out of tragedy underpin director Jennifer Baichwal’s captivating new work, an elegant cinematic meditation on the metaphysical effects of being struck by lightning. More...

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    Afghan Star
    Havana Marking

    After 30 years of Taliban and wartime rule, pop culture is creeping back into Afghanistan in the form of Afghan Star, an enormously popular American Idol–type contest. Filmmaker Havana Marking follows the dramatic stories of four of the contestants. More...

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    Aimée & Jaguar
    Max Färberböck

    An unforgettable film about love, passion and the triumph of the human spirit. In the darkest days of World War II a dangerous love affair blossoms between two women: Lilly (aka “Aimée”), a married woman and an exemplar of Nazi motherhood, and Felice (aka “Jaguar”), a member of the Jewish underground. This award-winning film brings their incredible true story to life. More...

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    The Angelic Conversation
    Derek Jarman

    Derek Jarman’s lyrical celebration of gay love set within the context of a series of Shakespeare’s sonnets. Ethereal Super-8 images slowed to a magical, meditative pace play out to Dame Judi Dench's narration. More...

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    Archangel
    Guy Maddin

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    Ballets Russes
    Dayna Goldfine, Dan Geller

    This entrancing ode to the revolutionary twentieth-century dance troupes known collectively as the Ballets Russes treats modern audiences to a rare glimpse of the singularly remarkable merger of performers, choreographers, composers and designers who transformed the art of dance for generations to come. More...

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    Bill Cunningham New York
    Richard Press

    “We all get dressed for Bill,” says Vogue editrix Anna Wintour. The “Bill” in question is 80+ New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham. For decades, this Schwinn-riding cultural anthropologist has been obsessively and inventively chronicling fashion trends and high society charity soirées for the Times Style section in his columns “On the Street” and “Evening Hours.” Documenting uptown fixtures (Wintour, Tom Wolfe, Brooke Astor, David Rockefeller—who all appear in the film out of their love for Bill), downtown eccentrics and everyone in between, Cunningham’s enormous body of work is more reliable than any catwalk as an expression of time, place and individual flair. In turn, Bill Cunningham New York is a delicate, funny and often poignant portrait of a dedicated artist whose only wealth is his own humanity and unassuming grace. More...

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    Billy the Kid
    Jennifer Venditti

    Jennifer Venditti's award-winning documentary is a provocative coming-of-age story—an odyssey into the soul of an American teenager. More...

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    Blue
    Derek Jarman

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    The Braddock Chronicles
    Tony Buba

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    Brakhage
    Jim Shedden

    BRAKHAGE explores the depth and breadth of the filmmaker?s genius, the exquisite splendor of his films, his magic personal charm, his aesthetic fellow travelers, and the influence his work has had on generations of other creators. More...

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    Calendar
    Atom Egoyan

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    Caravaggio
    Derek Jarman

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    Careful
    Guy Maddin

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    Chain Camera
    Kirby Dick

    From Kirby Dick, director of the Oscar-nominated TWIST OF FAITH. An expressive and poignant audio-visual chain letter that doubles as a portrait of 21st-century young America. More...

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    Child's Pose
    Călin Peter Netzer

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    China Heavyweight
    Yung Chang

    Award-winning filmmaker Yung Chang (Up the Yangtze) returns to China for another riveting documentary on that country’s ever-changing economic landscape—this time through the lens of sports. More...

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    China on Film: The New Millennium
    Yung Chang, Lixin Fan, Jia Zhangke

    A six-disc set containing six award-winning documentaries and feature films that examine the human side of China’s rapidly changing social, economic and political landscape in the 21st century. More...

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    China: A Century of Revolution
    Sue Williams

    As seen on PBS, this award-winning six-hour documentary series on the history of 20th-century China uses never-before-seen footage and remarkable first-hand interviews to document the epic struggle of the Chinese people to build a unified, modern nation. More...

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    Chris & Don. A Love Story
    Guido Santi, Tina Mascara

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    Climates
    Nuri Bilge Ceylan

    Winner of the prestigious Fipresci Award at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, CLIMATES is internationally acclaimed writer-director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s sublime follow-up to his Cannes multi-award winner DISTANT. More...

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    Le Combat dans l’île
    Alain Cavalier

    A hidden gem of the French New Wave, Alain Cavalier’s Le Combat dans l’île is as coolly modern as it is tensely gripping. Filled with thrilling plot twists, jazzy gun battles and stormy betrayals, this scintillating neo-noir unfolds against a backdrop of 1960s political turmoil. More...

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    The Corporation
    Jennifer Abbott, Mark Achbar

    One of the most successful political documentaries of all time, THE CORPORATION is a timely, critical inquiry that invites CEOs, whistle-blowers, brokers, gurus, spies, players, pawns and pundits on a graphic and engaging quest to reveal the corporation's inner workings, curious history, controversial impacts and possible futures. More...

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    Cowards Bend the Knee
    Guy Maddin

    Adapted from a ten-part peephole installation, COWARDS BEND THE KNEE is jam-packed with enough kinetically photographed action to seem like a never-ending cliffhanger. In this twisted and poisoned wish-fulfillment, the mythomaniacal Maddin casts 'himself' (actually, Darcy Fehr) as a hockey sniper made lily-livered by mother and daughter femme fatales. More...

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    Daddy and the Muscle Academy
    Ilppo Pohjola

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    Derrida
    Amy Ziering Kofman, Kirby Dick

    One of the most influential and iconoclastic figures of the 20th century, French philosopher and father of “deconstruction” Jacques Derrida has single-handedly altered the way we look at history, language, art and film. More...

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    Diva Dolorosa
    Peter Delpeut

    In this mesmerizing collage of early Italian film clips, director Peter Delpeut captures the spirit of the Italian silent film heroines who teetered dangerously between a capricious indulgence in sexual passion and an hysteric remorse at their own cruelty. More...

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    Divan
    Pearl Gluck

    As a teenager, filmmaker Pearl Gluck left her Orthodox Jewish clan in Brooklyn for secular life in Manhattan. Years later, in order to mend the breach with her family, she travels to Hungary to retrieve a turn-of-the-century family heirloom. Nimbly clever and intensely illuminating, DIVAN is a visual parable that offers the possibility of personal reinvention and cultural re-upholstery. More...

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    Dottie Gets Spanked
    Todd Haynes

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    Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary
    Guy Maddin

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    The Draughtsman's Contract
    Peter Greenaway

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    Edith Stein, Echt and the Truth
    Frederieke Jochems

    In 1998 Edith Stein (1891-1942) was canonised by Pope John Paul II. A German philosopher of Jewish descent, Stein converted to Catholicism in 1922 and lived as nun in the Carmelite Convent of Echt in the south of the Netherlands. During World War II she was deported and died in Auschwitz.

    Director Frederieke Jochems worked for nine years to bring Edith Stein's story to life and to illuminate the controversy surrounding the canonisation. More...

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    Elena
    Andrey Zvyagintsev

    Winner of Cannes’ Un Certain Regard Special Jury Prize, Elena is a gripping, modern twist on the classic noir thriller. Sixty-ish spouses Vladimir and Elena uneasily share his palatial Moscow apartment—he’s a still-virile, wealthy businessman; she’s his dowdy former nurse who has clearly “married up.” Estranged from his own wild-child daughter, Vladimir openly despises his wife’s freeloading son and family. But when a sudden illness and an unexpected reunion threaten the dutiful housewife’s potential inheritance, she must hatch a desperate plan…. Masterfully crafted by award-winning Russian filmmaker Andrey Zvyagintsev (Golden Globe nominee The Return) and featuring evocative, Hitchcockian music by Philip Glass, Elena is a subtly stylish exploration of crime, punishment and human nature. More...

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    Emergency Kisses
    Philippe Garrel

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    The Essential Egoyan Box Set
    Atom Egoyan

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    Etgar Keret: What Animal Are You?
    Gur Bentwich

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    Examined Life
    Astra Taylor

    Filmmaker Astra Taylor (ZIZEK!) accompanies some of today’s most influential thinkers on a series of unique excursions through places and spaces that hold particular resonance for them and their ideas. More...

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    Fados
    Carlos Saura

    A ravishing fusion of cinema, song, dance and instrumental numbers, Fados completes the musical trilogy of award-winning Carlos Saura (Flamenco, 1995; Tango, 1998). Using Lisbon as a backdrop, he explores Portugal’s most emblematic musical genre (fado) and its haunting spirit of saudade (melancholy). More...

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    The Falls
    Peter Greenaway

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    Family Viewing
    Atom Egoyan

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    A Film About a Woman Who...
    Yvonne Rainer

    Rainer’s landmark film is a meditation on ambivalence that plays with cliché and the conventions of soap opera while telling the story of a woman whose sexual dissatisfaction masks an enormous anger. More...

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    Flag Wars
    Laura Poitras, Linda Goode Bryant

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    Food
    Jan Svankmajer

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    The Forbidden Quest
    Peter Delpeut

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    Franz Kafka’s A Country Doctor & Other Fantastic Films
    Peter Delpeut

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    The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden
    Dayna Goldfine, Dan Geller

    Darwin meets Hitchcock in this true-crime tale of paradise found and lost. The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden is a fascinating documentary portrait of a 1930s murder mystery as strange and alluring as the famous archipelago itself. Fleeing conventional society, a Berlin doctor and his mistress start a new life on uninhabited Floreana Island. But after the international press sensationalizes the exploits of the Galapagos’ “Adam and Eve”, others flock there—including a self-styled Swiss Family Robinson and a gun-toting Viennese Baroness and her two lovers. More...

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    The Gleaners and I
    Agnès Varda

    Voted the best documentary of 2001 by the National Society of Film Critics, Agnès Varda?s universally acclaimed ?wandering-road documentary? focuses her ever-seeking eye on gleaners: those who scour already-reaped fields for the odd potato or turnip. More...

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    The Gleaners and I: Two Years Later
    Agnès Varda

    An exuberantly inventive follow-up film, THE GLEANERS AND I: TWO YEARS LATER revisits characters and issues from the original, and further explores many of the emotional and creative responses elicited by this one-of-a-kind film. More...

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    Glitterbox: Derek Jarman x 4
    Derek Jarman

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    Glitterbug
    Derek Jarman

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    Great Minds: 20 Years of Thinkers on Film
    Astra Taylor, Mark Achbar, Kirby Dick

    Six award-winning documentaries and features that showcase some of the 20th century’s most celebrated intellectuals. More...

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    Greenaway: The Early Films
    Peter Greenaway

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    Greenaway: The Falls
    Peter Greenaway

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    Greenaway: The Shorts
    Peter Greenaway

    Six highly inventive early films from the brilliant and controversial director Peter Greenaway. More...

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    Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters
    Ben Shapiro

    An acclaimed photographer with the eye of a filmmaker, Gregory Crewdson has created some of the most gorgeously haunting pictures in the history of the medium. His meticulously composed, large-scale images are stunning narratives of small-town American life—moviescapes crystallized into a single frame. More...

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    Hannah Arendt
    Margarethe von Trotta

    In the award-winning Hannah Arendt, the sublime Barbara Sukowa reteams with director Margarethe von Trotta (Vision, Rosa Luxemburg) for a brilliant new biopic of the influential German-Jewish philosopher and political theorist. More...

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    Harlan - In the Shadow of Jew Süss
    Felix Moeller

    A searing portrait of one of Nazi Germany’s most notorious filmmakers: Veit Harlan, director of the anti-Semitic propaganda film Jew Süss. An eye-opening examination of World War II film history as well as the story of a German family from the Third Reich to the present, one that is marked by reckoning, denial and liberation. More...

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    The Heart of the World
    Guy Maddin

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    The Horse Boy
    Michel Orion Scott, Rupert Isaacson

    How far would you travel to heal your child? An intensely personal yet epic spiritual journey, The Horse Boy follows one Texas couple and their autistic son as they trek on horseback through Outer Mongolia in a desperate attempt to treat his condition with shamanic healing. More...

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    I Can No Longer Hear The Guitar
    Philippe Garrel

    I Can No Longer Hear the Guitar (J’entends plus la guitare) is Philippe Garrel’s haunting tribute to his ten-year relationship with the iconic German chanteuse Nico. Johanna ter Steege (The Vanishing) plays Marianne, the doomed lover of Gérard (Benoît Régent, Three Colors: Blue). Caught in a self-destructive heroin haze, the couple drifts together and apart as Gérard struggles with his simultaneous desire for and repulsion towards a stable life. More...

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    I Remember Me
    Kim A. Snyder

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    In the Mirror of Maya Deren
    Martina Kudlácek

    Deemed ?Fellini and Bergman wrapped in one gloriously possessed body,? Maya Deren is arguably the most important and innovative avant-garde filmmaker in the history of American cinema. Documentarian Martina Kudlácek has fashioned not only a fascinating portrait of this groundbreaking and influential artist, but a pitch-perfect introduction to her strikingly beautiful and poetic body of work. More...

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    The Inner Tour
    Ra'anan Alexandrowicz

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    Institute Benjamenta
    The Quay Brothers

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    Into Great Silence
    Philip Gröning

    An impressionistic and meditative chronicle of a year in and around the Grand Chartreuse, a monastery in the French Alps. Working alone without crew or artificial lighting, director Philip Gröning records the monks’ daily lives, prayers, rituals and rare outdoor excursions. A tranquil contemplation about the possibility of transcendence for all. The Institutional/Educational DVD will be available in August 2007 More...

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    Irma Vep
    Olivier Assayas

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    James' Journey to Jerusalem
    Ra'anan Alexandrowicz

    A cannily droll mix of social commentary and modern fable, Israeli filmmaker Ra'anan Alexandrowicz's debut feature follows the adventures of young James, a devout wide-eyed Christian attempting a pilgrimage from his African village to the Holy Land. More...

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    Jellyfish
    Shira Geffen, Etgar Keret

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    Journeys from Berlin/1971
    Yvonne Rainer

    To explore the ramifications of terrorism, Rainer employs an extended therapy session--in which an American woman speaks to a series of psychiatrists--to evoke the daily experiences of power and repression. More...

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    Koch
    Neil Barsky

    Former Mayor Ed Koch was the quintessential New Yorker. Ferocious, charismatic, and hilariously blunt, Koch, who died in February at the age of 88, ruled New York from 1978 to 1989—a down-and-dirty decade of grit, graffiti, near-bankruptcy and rampant crime. First-time filmmaker (and former Wall Street Journal reporter) Neil Barsky has crafted an intimate and revealing portrait of this intensely private man, his legacy as a political titan, and the town he helped transform. More...

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    Kristina Talking Pictures
    Yvonne Rainer

    Rainer continued her preoccupation with the contradictions between public and private personas with this story of a female lion tamer from Budapest who comes to New York to become a choreographer. More...

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    Last Train Home
    Lixin Fan

    Each year in China more than 130 million migrant workers travel home for the New Year's holiday—the one time they’ll reunite with family all year. The mass exodus constitutes the world’s largest human migration. Amid this chaos, director Lixin Fan focuses on one couple who embark upon a two-day journey to see their children. More...

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    Let It Come Down: The Life of Paul Bowles
    Jennifer Baichwal

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    Let My People Go!
    Mikael Buch

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    Let the Fire Burn
    Jason Osder

    A gripping, powerful and ultimately devastating documentary about the events that took place in Philadelphia on May 13, 1985, as the culmination of the city’s long-running feud with the controversial radical urban group, MOVE. More...

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    Lightning over Braddock: A Rustbowl Fantasy
    Tony Buba

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    Lives of Performers
    Yvonne Rainer

    A stark and revealing examination of romantic alliances, LIVES OF PERFORMERS examines the dilemma of a man who can’t choose between two women and makes them both suffer. Originally part of a dance performance choreographed by Rainer. More...

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    Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine
    Amei Wallach, Marion Cajori

    LOUISE BOURGEOIS: THE SPIDER, THE MISTRESS AND THE TANGERINE is a film journey inside the life and imagination of an icon of modern art. More...

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    Lumumba
    Raoul Peck

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    Lunacy
    Jan Svankmajer

    The latest provocation from surrealist master Jan Svankmajer (LITTLE OTIK) is a “philosophical horror film,” loosely based on two short stories by Edgar Allan Poe and inspired by the works of the Marquis de Sade. More...

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    Lyrical Nitrate
    Peter Delpeut

    An unusual and moving tribute to early cinema, constructed from color-tinted nitrate films found deteriorating in the attic of an Amsterdam cinema. Through meticulous restoration, these films are shown in the rich and subtle colors in which they were originally exhibited, accompanied by an evocative soundtrack. More...

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    The Man Who Envied Women
    Yvonne Rainer

    Around a familiar theme--the breakup of a marriage--Rainer constructs an honest, graceful and wickedly funny account of a self-satisfied womanizer, Jack Deller, the man “who almost knows too much about women.” More...

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    Manufactured Landscapes
    Jennifer Baichwal

    An award-winning feature documentary on the work of internationally renowned artist Edward Burtynsky. The film follows him as he travels through China photographing the evidence and effects of that country’s massive industrial revolution. More...

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    Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media
    Mark Achbar, Peter Wintonick

    Funny, provocative and surprisingly accessible, MANUFACTURING CONSENT explores the political life and ideas of world-renowned linguist, intellectual and political activist Noam Chomsky. From the co-director of THE CORPORATION. More...

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    Mid-August Lunch (Pranzo di Ferragosto)
    Gianni Di Gregorio

    This international smash hit from the makers of Gomorrah is an utterly charming tale of good food, feisty ladies and unlikely friendships during a very Roman holiday. More...

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    Mr. Conservative: Goldwater on Goldwater
    Tani Cohen, CC Goldwater, Julie Anderson

    Producer, narrator and granddaughter CC Goldwater takes viewers on a cinematic journey into the life of Barry Goldwater in MR. CONSERVATIVE: GOLDWATER ON GOLDWATER. The film reveals Goldwater as a man either glorified or vilified by the American public. It traces the roots of Goldwater’s conservative philosophy, conveys how he united the conservative movement to lead the Republican Party into a new generation of politics and demonstrates how his consistently Libertarian mindset led him to diverge from the Conservative party orthodoxy in the ‘80s and ‘90s. More...

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    MURDER and murder
    Yvonne Rainer

    MURDER and murder is a middle-aged love story between Mildred, a life-long lesbian, and Doris, who is in love with a woman for the first time. An unflinching meditation on female aging, lesbian sexuality and breast cancer in a culture that glorifies youth and heterosexual romance. More...

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    My Country, My Country
    Laura Poitras

    An extraordinarily intimate portrait of Iraqis living under U.S. occupation, principally Dr. Riyadh, an Iraqi medical doctor, father of six and Sunni political candidate. Unfolding like a narrative drama, MY COUNTRY, MY COUNTRY follows the agonizing predicament of one man caught in the tragic contradictions of the U.S. occupation of Iraq and its project to spread democracy in the Middle East. More...

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    My Dad is 100 Years Old
    Guy Maddin

    Guy Maddin's 16-minute collaboration with Isabella Rossellini: a touching, whimsical tribute to her father Roberto, director of ROME, OPEN CITY and the founding father of Italian Neo-Realism. More...

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    Next of Kin
    Atom Egoyan

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    Night Waltz: The Music of Paul Bowles
    Owsley Brown

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    Nowhere in Africa
    Caroline Link

    Winner of the 2002 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, NOWHERE IN AFRICA is the extraordinary true tale of a Jewish family who flees the Nazi regime in 1938 for a remote farm in Kenya. More...

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    The Oath
    Laura Poitras

    From the director of the Oscar-nominated My Country, My Country, The Oath is a spectacularly gripping documentary that unspools like a great political thriller. It’s the crosscut tale of two men whose fateful meeting propelled them on divergent courses with Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, 9/11, Guantanamo Bay Prison and the U.S. Supreme Court. More...

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    Odilon Redon
    Guy Maddin

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    One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das
    Jeremy Frindel

    ONE TRACK HEART: THE STORY OF KRISHNA DAS follows the journey of Long Island musician Jeffrey Kagel to the foothills of the Himalayas and back, through struggles with depression and drug abuse, to his eventual emergence as Krishna Das, world-renowned spiritual teacher and chant master. More...

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    Paris Was a Woman
    Greta Schiller

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    Paul Goodman Changed My Life
    Jonathan Lee

    Paul Goodman was once so ubiquitous in the American zeitgeist that he merited a cameo in Woody Allen’s Annie Hall. Author of legendary bestseller Growing Up Absurd (1960), Goodman was also a poet, 1940s out queer (and family man), pacifist, visionary, co-founder of Gestalt therapy—and a moral compass for many in the burgeoning counterculture of the ’60s. More...

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    Payback
    Jennifer Baichwal

    Margaret Atwood’s visionary work Payback: Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth is the basis for Jennifer Baichwal’s riveting and poetic documentary on “debt” in its various forms—societal, personal, environmental, spiritual, criminal, and of course, economic. More...

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    The Pervert's Guide to Ideology
    Sophie Fiennes

    Cultural theorist superstar Slavoj Žižek re-teams with director Sophie Fiennes (The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema) for another wildly entertaining romp through the crossroads of cinema and philosophy. With infectious zeal and a voracious appetite for popular culture, Žižek literally goes inside some truly epochal movies, all the better to explore and expose how they reinforce prevailing ideologies. More...

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    The Phantom Museum
    The Quay Brothers

    This new short film by acclaimed animators the Brothers Quay makes random forays into one of the world's most extraordinary museum collections: Sir Henry Wellcome's unique trove of medical curiosities. More...

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    Philippe Garrel x 2
    Philippe Garrel

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    The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes
    The Quay Brothers

    The breathtakingly beautiful, long-awaited second feature by the Quay Brothers, master animators turned manipulators of live actors in uncanny puppet-show environments. In a world of minutely artificed trompe l’oeil, opera singer Malvina is spirited away to a remote island by her menacing admirer Dr. Droz. More...

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    A Place Called Chiapas
    Nettie Wild

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    Poison
    Todd Haynes

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    Private Practices: The Story of a Sex Surrogate
    Kirby Dick

    In this groundbreaking cult documentary from 1985, director Kirby Dick (This Film Is Not Yet Rated, Derrida) weaves a fascinating study of the curious role of a sex surrogate in the (then) recently established discipline of sexual therapy. More...

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    Privilege
    Yvonne Rainer

    Yvonne Rainer’s sixth feature is a genuinely subversive movie about menopause. Out of a subject that has been virtually invisible on film, Rainer has fashioned a witty, risky work about sexual identity and the unequal economies of race, gender and class. More...

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    Prom Night in Kansas City
    Peter von Ziegesar, Hali Lee

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    Queen to Play
    Caroline Bottaro

    Oscar winner Kevin Kline and the luminous Sandrine Bonnaire square off in this stylish and sophisticated dramedy of newfound passions and mid-life triumphs, set on the postcard-perfect isle of Corsica. More...

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    The Quintessential Guy Maddin
    Guy Maddin

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    Ram Dass Fierce Grace
    Mickey Lemle

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    Regular Lovers
    Philippe Garrel

    Revered French auteur Philippe Garrel’s achingly beautiful memorial to the events of May ’68 and the poignant confusion felt by those who tried to keep the spirit of revolt alive. More...

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    The Salt of Life
    Gianni Di Gregorio

    In his warm and witty follow-up to the 2010 sleeper hit Mid-August Lunch, writer-director-actor Gianni Di Gregorio has created another sparkling comic ode to the ladies in his life. More...

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    The Saltmen of Tibet
    Ulrike Koch

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    Satin Rouge
    Raja Amari

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    Scared Sacred
    Velcrow Ripper

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    See the Sea
    François Ozon

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    Short Cut to Nirvana
    Maurizio Benazzo, Nick Day

    This enthralling, insightful, uplifting and often hilarious documentary journeys to the heart of the largest gathering of humanity on Earth: the Kumbh Mela. The huge festival has been held in India every 12 years for over two millennia, but is little known in the West--until now. The film spectacularly captures the spiritual bliss, eternal wisdom and joy that envelop both the festival’s pilgrims and world-renowned gurus in attendance. More...

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    The Short Films of the Quay Brothers
    The Quay Brothers

    A definitive collection of thirteen of the Quay Brothers’ masterpieces - some, like In Absentia, never before released in any home video format - on a two-disc special edition DVD remastered from new high definition materials. Includes a large selection of extras – including audio commentaries on selected films and an extensive booklet. More...

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    Siddharth
    Richie Mehta

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    Silent Souls
    Aleksei Fedorchenko

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    Since Otar Left...
    Julie Bertuccelli

    Winner of the prestigious Critics' Week Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival and featuring a trio of stunning performances, Julie Bertuccelli's exquisite SINCE OTAR LEFT... is a bittersweet tale of deception and affection. More...

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    Something Ventured
    Dayna Goldfine, Dan Geller

    Conceived by co-executive producer Paul Holland, and directed by Emmy-Award-winning filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine, SOMETHING VENTURED tells the story of the creation of an industry that went on to become the single greatest engine of innovation and economic growth in the 20th century. More...

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    Sophie Scholl-The Final Days
    Marc Rothemund

    The true story of Germany’s most famous anti-Nazi heroine is brought to thrilling life in the multi-award winning drama SOPHIE SCHOLL-THE FINAL DAYS. Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film, SOPHIE SCHOLL stars Julia Jentsch in a luminous performance as the young coed-turned-fearless activist. More...

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    Speaking Parts
    Atom Egoyan

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    Stranded: I’ve Come from a Plane That Crashed on the Mountains
    Gonzalo Arijón

    One of the greatest survival stories of all time is finally told by the survivors themselves, brilliantly crafted by their childhood friend and master filmmaker, Gonzalo Arijon. If this is a story that you think you know, think again. More...

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    A Summer Dress
    François Ozon

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    The Sun Behind the Clouds: Tibet’s Struggle for Freedom
    Ritu Sarin, Tenzing Sonam

    In The Sun Behind the Clouds, Tibetan filmmaker, Tenzing Sonam, and his partner, Ritu Sarin, take a uniquely Tibetan perspective on the trials and tribulations of the Dalai Lama and his people as they continue their struggle for freedom in the face of determined suppression by one of the world’s biggest and most powerful nations. More...

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    Tales from the Gimli Hospital
    Guy Maddin

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    Ten
    Abbas Kiarostami

    Celebrated Iranian writer-director Abbas Kiarostami once again casts his masterful cinematic gaze upon the modern sociopolitical landscape of his homeland, this time as seen through the eyes of one woman as she drives through the streets of Tehran over a period of several days. More...

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    Three Monkeys
    Nuri Bilge Ceylan

    After his critically acclaimed mood pieces Distant and Climates, Turkey’s leading filmmaker moves in a more plot-driven direction while retaining his mastery of ambience and nuance. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Three Monkeys tells a twisty, noirish tale set in motion by a hit-and-run accident. More...

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    Tierney Gearon: The Mother Project
    Peter Sutherland, Jack Youngelson

    TIERNEY GEARON: THE MOTHER PROJECT is a moving and complex portrait of an artist, her inspirations and unconventional family relationships. The mixture of art and family can almost be too close for comfort, but like much of Gearon‘s photographs there is subversive beauty that arises out of the incongruity between ordinary moments and madness. **Instances of nudity may make this film innappropriate for some educational institutions** More...

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    A Town Called Panic
    Vincent Patar, Stéphane Aubier

    The first stop-motion animated feature selected to Cannes, A Town Called Panic follows the wacky, hilarious and often surreal adventures of three toy figures who share a rambling house in a rural town which never fails to attract the weirdest events... More...

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    Travellers & Magicians
    Khyentse Norbu

    Khyentse Norbu’s follow-up to THE CUP. One of Himalayan Buddhism’s most revered lamas, Norbu weaves parallel fable-like tales about two men who seek to escape their mundane lives. This is the first feature film ever shot in the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan. More...

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    The Tree
    Julie Bertuccelli

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    Trouble the Water
    Carl Deal, Tia Lessin

    Academy Award nominee and Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner, TROUBLE THE WATER takes you inside Hurricane Katrina in a way never before seen on screen. Tia Lessin and Carl Deal tell the story of an aspiring rap artist and her husband who survive the storm and then seize a chance for a new beginning. More...

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    Try to Remember: The Fantasticks
    Eli Kabillio

    On the eve of The Fantasticks’ final Off-Broadway performance, documentary filmmaker Eli Kabillio takes a wistful look back at the show’s genesis, its creators and, above all, its continued worldwide popularity. More...

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    Tulpan
    Sergey Dvortsevoy

    Winner of the Prix Un Certain Regard at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, acclaimed Kazakh documentarian Sergey Dvortsevoy’s first narrative feature is a gorgeous mélange of tender comedy, ethnographic drama and wildlife extravaganza. More...

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    The Turandot Project
    Allan Miller

    In 1997, Oscar-winning documentarian Allan Miller embarked on a film project with renowned conductor Zubin Mehta and celebrated Chinese film director Zhang Yimou as they joined forces in a production of Puccini's opera Turandot in Florence and the Forbidden City of Beijing. More...

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    Twilight of the Ice Nymphs
    Guy Maddin

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    Up The Yangtze
    Yung Chang

    The award-winning documentary in which the Three Gorges Dam forms an unsettling backdrop to a richly detailed narrative of life inside contemporary China. More...

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    Uprising
    Fredrik Stanton

    UPRISING tells the story of the Egyptian revolution from the perspective of its leadership and key organizers, their struggle for freedom against tremendous odds, their sacrifice, and the courage and ingenuity that allowed them to succeed. More...

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    Vision - from the Life of Hildegard von Bingen
    Margarethe von Trotta

    Hildegard von Bingen was truly a woman ahead of her time. A visionary in every sense of the word, this famed 12th-century Benedictine nun was a Christian mystic, composer, philosopher, playwright, poet, naturalist, scientist, physician, herbalist and ecological activist. More...

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    Waiting for Twilight
    Noam Gonick

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    What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann
    Steven Cantor

    A rare glimpse of an eloquent and brilliant artist: WHAT REMAINS follows one of the world’s preeminent photographers, Sally Mann, as she creates her new seminal work: a photo series revolving around various aspects of death and decay. More...

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    Wittgenstein
    Derek Jarman

    A visually stunning and profoundly entertaining work about modern philosophy and the dark genius that revolutionized it. This self-tortured eccentric, who preferred detective fiction and the musicals of Carmen Miranda to Aristotle, is a fitting subject for Derek Jarman’s irreverent imagination. More...

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    The World
    Jia Zhangke

    This stunning film by Jia Zhangke (called “the world's greatest filmmaker under 40” by The Village Voice) is set in a Beijing theme park where lavish shows are performed amid scaled-down replicas of the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower, St. Mark’s Square, the Pyramids and even the Twin Towers. More...

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    Writer of O
    Pola Rapaport

    The story behind the the scandalous 1954 novel Story of O: an elegantly written S&M fantasy that seemed to be an autobiographical account by Pauline Réage. In 1994 Dominique Aury, a mild-mannered Parisienne book editor, revealed herself as the writer of O. Pola Rapaport explores Aury’s inspiration, recreating the world of ’50s literary Paris and setting it against dramatic sequences that bring the infamous book to life. More...

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    Young & Restless in China
    Sue Williams

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    A Zed and Two Noughts
    Peter Greenaway

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    Zizek!
    Astra Taylor

    Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek is one of the most important—and outrageous—cultural theorists working today. This captivating, erudite documentary explores the eccentric personality and esoteric work of this incomparable academic and writer who has been called “the Elvis of cultural theory”. More...

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