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This Israeli documentary examines some of the dreams that were shattered in the aftermath of a horrific suicide bus bombing in 2002, which took the life of a young man whose father, a son of Holocaust survivors, dreamt of a joint Arab-Israeli business venture; the young man himself was in a rock band whose members were all offspring of Israeli military men. | Read MoreDocumentary
Ferzan Ozpetek (Facing Windows, A Perfect Day) sets this playful family comedy in the picturesque city of Lecce in the deep south of Italy. Tommaso, a reluctant soon-to-be-partner in his wealthy family's pasta business, has plans to come out—and hopefully get out of his family obligation. But when his plans are thwarted by his brother, Tommaso gets stuck on the path that he was desperately trying to avoid. | Read More
Interweaving 8mm home movies, contemporary film footage, photographs, interviews and audio recordings, Loss explores faded memories and long-term grief. This film unravels through a personal narrative, which centers around the loss of the filmmaker's father to a brain tumor over 17 years ago. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary
Director Ali Taleb depicts what has happened to the people of Iraq by telling the story of Huda, one of many Iraqi women forced to work in Jordan as a prostitute just to survive. Huda candidly describes her situation and philosophy. | Read More
Luis Tiant never anticipated spending a half-century in exile from Cuba. Torn between his career and his homeland, he went on to become one of baseball's top pitchers, heating up the mound for (among others) the Red Sox and Yankees. Director Jonathan Hock follows Tiant on his return to Cuba for the first time, capturing an inspiring and profound portrait of one of game's greatest heroes. | Read MoreSports and Documentary
This tragicomic look at modern-day life in China's capital may not be especially daring for Western viewers in terms of its sexual content, despite the battle its producers fought with censors at home, but its depiction of a ménage-a-quatre involving a young woman, her boss, her husband and her boss's wife is decidedly unlike anything else we've seen from the People's Republic. In Mandarin. | Read MoreFemale Director(s)
A tribute to and evocation of women no longer alive. The rituals of their daily lives are honored and memorialized through transformed images of flowers, woods, water and more. Lost/In Memoriam progresses through the rhythms and emotions of the accompanying music, intertwining images of women's hands working at various domestic tasks with images of nature in motion | Read MoreFemale Director(s)