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Money can buy everything except social justice in this hard-hitting and hilarious documentary. By examining the lives of the rich and the poor, Johnson, heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, uncovers frightening realities. Featuring a full spectrum of interviewees: Steve Forbes, members of Johnson's family, cab drivers, and victims of Hurricane Katrina. | Read MoreDocumentary
In Currie's stylish first film, Tommy is a talented musician who hears a symphony in everything around him -- yet is deaf to the cries for help from those closest to him. When his sister dies of a drug overdose and his girlfriend falls under the sway of a Svengali-like record producer, Tommy discovers the art of DJing and uses it as a way to reconnect to his sister and the world. | Read More
The title refers to the studied and quirky passion of Philip Ashforth Coppola's desire to catalogue and archive every station in the New York City subway system. This New Jersey printing press operator self-published and self-financed a multi-volume book that details the design and decoration of New York's 496 subway stations and how the uses of mosaic, faience, terra cotta, tile, and steel make each station its own distinctive place. | Read More
Onion Underwater is the story of Tara -- a woman with no memory who awakens surrounded by three beautiful strangers. They embark on a journey to discover who she is. In a night of sublime ecstasy they become her best friends, her lovers and ultimately her executioners. | Read MoreDrama
Two teenage ballet dancers from the working-class favelas of Rio are determined to dance their way to a better life, but to do so they must grow up against harsh prejudice, doubt, and some of the best dancers in the world. This inspiring doc trails their path to beat the odds and follow their dream of making it in the elite world of professional ballet. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary
Jacobs, a major figure of the experimental filmmaking world, embraces digital technology in this video reworking of the 1929 Laurel and Hardy film, Berth Marks. Preceded by Hidden Inside Mountains, Laurie Anderson's 20-minute meditation on "nature, artifice, and dreams," and Robert Wilson Video Portraits: Isabelle Huppert and Brad Pitt. | Read More
A man (Sharlto Copley, DISTRICT 9, ELYSIUM) wakes up in a pit of dead bodies with no memory of who he is or how he got there. Fleeing the scene, he breaks into a nearby house and is met at gunpoint by a group of terrified strangers, all suffering from memory loss. Suspicion gives way to violence as the group starts to piece together clues about their identities, but when they uncover a threat that's more vicious -- and hungry -- than each other, they are forced to figure out what brought them all together -- before it's too late. | Read More