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Brian Geraghty gives a haunting performance as prim and taciturn David, forced for years to watch over his sexually predatory partner Lila and her violent urges. David longs for human connection and a less violent existence, and when a would-be victim becomes a chance at redemption, he is torn between his humanity and the only life he's ever known. | Read MoreThriller
In the wake of the 1973 military coup in Chile, soccer and politics collide as the country’s national team is scheduled to play its final World Cup qualifying match against the Soviet Union in a stadium that has been transformed into a concentration camp. | Read MoreSports and Documentary
Music is there at the start. The composition is in charge of direction and draws the sound-on-film onto the image. The sound-on-film generates abstract pictures that trace and visualize the music.
Screening in Shorts Program: Digital Dilemma | Read MoreExperimental
One of Central Europe's leading filmmakers follows his unforgettable A Midwinter Night's Dream (2005 Tribeca Film Festival) with this new film whose five episodes conjure up a world where people have trouble distinguishing truth from illusions. Each segment reflects the motto of Voltaire's Candide: "Optimism is insisting everything is good, when everything is bad."
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Orange Bow humorously chronicles a teen's tedious journey from his house in Brooklyn to a neighborhood birthday party. Along the way, he encounters a handful of mundane obstacles, from a disinterested gift wrapping clerk to a nonfunctioning building elevator. Just as the frustrated teen is about to reach his party, he is hit with a highly unexpected surprise. Inspired by a true story, this winsome short provides a slice of what it is like to grow up in Brooklyn. | Read MoreDrama and Comedy
An unlikely story of how two energetic Romans created an orchestra composed entirely of immigrants from all over the world living in one area of the Eternal City. When 30 different musicians playing 15 unrelated instruments finally take the stage, they provide a rousing call to arms for all who believe in the mini-miracles of neighborhood cultural initiatives.
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In this fresh and colorful lovable loser tale, Henry has spent most of his life trying to blend in. When his seemingly normal life turns upside down, his friend convinces him to move to Spain and open a restaurant. But before he can break free of the mundane, he gets sidelined caring for his mentally unstable mother, running into a lost-soul feminist who does performance art in a strip club, and a big bag of steroids. | Read MoreDrama and Comedy
Pennebaker's goundbreaking film documents the marathon 18 1/2-hour recording session for the cast album of Stephen Sondheim's landmark musical. Original Cast Album caused a sensation when it debuted, and it's easy to see why: By capturing the artists in their most intense and vulnerable moments, the legendary documentarian provides an exhilarating look inside the creative process. | Read More
A devastating meditation on the human costs of war, inspired by the Thomas Merton poem. Schonegevel's film mixes live action with found footage (including eerie color images of sun-drenched mornings in Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and New York on September 11) to explore America's responsibility for its sordid nuclear legacy.
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For more than 20 years AIDS has ravaged the planet. The ancestral virus was found in chimpanzees, but the question remains: How did it cross over to humans? Origins examines the controversy that engulfed the scientific community when it attempted to explain the genesis of one of the deadliest diseases to afflict mankind. | Read More