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Heather (played by Golden Globe winner Sally Hawkins) is a shy lady who works at a helpline call center. When she receives a phone call from a mystery man (played by Oscar winner Jim Broadbent), she has no idea that the encounter will change her life forever.
Screening in Shorts Program: Handle With Care | Read MoreDrama, Thriller, Music, Relationships
Piccadilly Jim (Sam Rockwell) is a denizen of the P.G. Wodehouse universe and an inveterate playboy who ends up pretending to be someone else pretending to be him, while his butler pretends to be his father and his father pretends to be a butler. Stylish '30s fun. Also features Tom Wilkinson, Brenda Blethyn, Frances O'Connor, Allison Janney, and Austin Pendleton. | Read More
Liam and Michael are professional safecrackers who meet on a simple job to relieve an office safe of its contents, but there's a catch—a light-activated alarm system impels the men to embark on aPitch Black Heist.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Status Update program. | Read MoreThriller
Hailed by David Thomson and others as the most important documentary of the year, this 3-part BBC series examines the common roots of Islamic fundamentalism and neo-cons, arguing that both Osama Bin Laden and Donald Rumsfeld share a common goal - to immobilize us with fear. | Read More
Time: the mid 1970s. Place: the transatlantic twin cities of New York and London. A revolution in pop music, film, and fashion shatters the establishment's status quo and impacts all future youth generations. Punk: Attitude chronicles how teenage rebellion and social change birthed the defiant punk movement. Featuring interviews with Henry Rollins, Chryssie Hynde, and more.
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Relive the triumphant legacy of Queen in this comprehensive documentary of the band's career from the late 1960s to today. Packed full of rare archival footage of the band hashing out their signature overdub sound in the recording studio, mind-blowing live performances, and Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon's candid reflections on their career and the last days of Freddie Mercury, Queen: Days Of Our Lives is any fan's dream. | Read MoreDocumentary and Music
Michael Winterbottom and Mat Whitecross's docu-drama scathingly debunks the myths peddled by the U.S. about prisoners at its quasi-legal detention centers. In the film, three British citizens of Pakistani descent travel to Afghanistan on an aid mission, but are soon rounded up by U.S. forces and sent to Guantanamo Bay, where they are subjected to all manner of atrocities. A Roadside Attractions release. | Read MoreDrama
Rodriguez was the greatest '70s rock icon who never was. Despite critical praise, his albums bombed in the U.S., and he faded into obscurity among rumors of a gruesome death. But when a bootleg copy of his antiestablishment rock made its way to apartheid South Africa, he was an instant hit. Years later, two intrepid fans investigate whatever happened to the mysterious rocker, setting off a wild chain of events that has to be seen to be believed. | Read MoreDocumentary and Music