A bubbly soufflé of a screwball romantic comedy starring the film's writer-director as Elliot Sherman, who is the classic "guy left at the altar" in old romantic movies. Elliot could miss out on his perfect match because he is so focused on the blonde bombshell who will never love him, but might marry him. Also starring Elizabeth Banks, Michelle Williams, and Justin Theroux.
Five journalists, photographer Molly Bingham, foreign correspondents Marie Colvin and Janine DiGiovanni, camerawoman Mary Rogers, and producer May Ying Welsh, share their experiences from the front lines of the most recent Iraqi-American war. This brutally graphic and honest video diary explores the challenges, sacrifices, and dangers experienced by female war reporters. In English and Arabic. A&E Indies.
A cocky, gutsy take on the anguishing contradictions of polar opposite worlds,
this remake of the James Toback 1978 cult classic Fingers tells the story of Tom, a French urbanite caught between the crime underworld of his father and his late mother's wish for him to become a concert pianist. A Wellspring release. |Read More
A young Vietnamese (Damien Nguyen) undertakes an epic journey, traveling from Vietnam to New York to Texas in search of his father, an American soldier. Also featuring Bai Ling, Nick Nolte, and Tim Roth.
A Sony Pictures Classics release. |Read More
This docudrama chronicles the philosophies and activities of the hardcore bicycle gangs of New York City, as they vow to take back the streets. The bicycle gangs of New York are: Black Label, who ride tall bikes and wear gang colors; The Land Lords, who track bikes and krylon; The Bicycle Cherries, known for their dirty prom dresses and chains; and Denim Venom, who are the rockers. |Read More
Billy learns how “wonderful” the world would be if everyone were the same in this satirical re-creation of a 1950’s educational film. Though set in a time of conservative viewpoints and narrow-minded beliefs, the film raises a timely question: When it comes to the acceptance of other people, have we progressed as much as we think we have today? |Read More
Birdlings Two is an experimental documentary about art, invention, fathers, and daughters. The filmmaker muses on her father's business career and its surprising origins at the National Film Board of Canada, where he made computer animation with Normal McLaren. |Read MoreAnimation
When the Schaffer family patriarch (Seymour Cassel) becomes ill, its members struggle to cope, while juggling their own personal problems. Oldest and steadfast daughter Susannah nurses resentment at having to put her needs of love and serenity on hold to keep the family together. While, bi-polar and youngest sister Paulie, who's married to her deadbeat high school sweetheart, decides to go off her meds. |Read MoreDrama
In a small Turkish village in the 1960's, two young boys are so in love with the movies that they fashion a makeshift projector out of a wooden box. Made on less than a shoestring budget, by a reclusive filmmaker with several accomplished shorts to his credit, this autobiographical charmer is unforgettable. |Read More
The African-American barbershop aesthetic is given a German twist in Bob’s Place, as it charts the daily happenings of Bob, his international customers, and his hair salon located near Frankfurt’s main train station. The entertaining male bonding and camaraderie that ensue are proof that the customer’s identification with their barber transcends cultures. A double winner at the 2004 Regensburg Short Film Festival: for Best Political Film and runner-up for the Audience Award. |Read More