Clark and Becca leave a bar after a night out with friend. When they pass a homeless man on the street, Clark gets an idea in Double or Nothing.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Status Update program. | Read More
If seeing is believing, watching these kids Double Dutch elicits double-takes and disbelief. Chronicling the world of competitive jump roping, this energetic documentary follows two teenage teams that combine dance and gymnastics to breathtaking effect, as they prepare and contend for the world championship at the Apollo Theater in Harlem.
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Gouldsboro, Maine. Hit hard by the closure of the sardine canning factory, its laid-off residents—mostly 70-year-olds—just want to get back to work. So why is Italian immigrant Antonio Bussone having so much trouble getting federal funds to open a new lobster processing plant? Charged with the spirit of a generation that still gives it 110 percent, this poignant and poetic documentary sheds new light on the trying task of putting America back to work. | Read MoreDocumentary
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Some argue that legal downloads saved the music industry, so does the same hold true for the film industry? Director Steven Soderbergh, 2929 Entertainment's Todd Wagner, MPAA Chairman & CEO Dan Glickman and BitTorrent's Ashwin Navin join us for a conversation about the changing distribution platforms that are revolutionizing the movie industry faster than you can say Multiplex. Moderated by Hollywood Reporter's Georg Szalai. | Read More
Yoav Genar, a pacifist, is doing all he can to prevent his son from enlisting in the army. In the 24 hours prior to the draft, an emotional and ideological confrontation evolves between father and son. | Read MoreDrama
Cheng Lai-sheung is a young, upwardly mobile professional finally ready to invest in her first home. But when the deal falls through, she is forced to keep her dream alive—even if it means keeping her would-be neighbors dead. Pang Ho-Cheung's disturbingly imaginative violence unfolds against a backdrop of lifestyle fetishization and the housing market crisis in this metropolitan spin on Guignol horror. | Read MoreHorror and Thriller
Dreamscapes looks behind and beyond the canvas of artist Stephen Hannock, following him from his Newcastle opening to the canals of Venice and the streets of New York.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Triptych program. | Read MoreDocumentary
Ben (Rupert Grint) is a shy teenager living in London and trying to escape from the clutches of his religious mother (Laura Linney). He finally gets his chance when he meets a retired actress who whisks him off to Edinburgh, where he learns to drive, dance, and pick up girls. Brock's loosely autobiographical coming-of-age tale is a heartwarming treat. | Read MoreComedy