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  • Release Year: 2008
  • Runtime: 96 minutes
  • Country: China
A visually stunning meditation on loss, Lost•Indulgence centers on the complicated relationships between a teenage son, his mother, and the secretive young woman they take into their home after a tragic accident. | Read More


  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 81 minutes
  • Directed By: Madeleine Sackler
  • Country: USA
The Lottery interlaces four families' stories in the months leading up to the high-stakes, low-odds lottery for one of the most successful schools in New York. Set against the backdrop of the highly politicized battle over the future of American education, The Lottery makes the case that any child can succeed.

After the Movie: Director Madeleine Sackler, Joel Klein, chancellor of the New York City Department of Education, former New York City Council Education Committee chair and Harlem Success Academy leader Eva Moskowitz, Harlem parent Karl Willingham, and others will lead a discussion on the issues raised by the film. | Read More


  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 78 minutes
  • Directed By: Alexandra McGuinness
  • Country: U.K. and Ireland
The bright young things of London's social elite lead an existence as languorous and lavish as it is self-destructive. At the center is Alice, a stunning ex-model unable to keep up with the high standards of living her peers feverishly chase. Alexandra McGuinness' directorial debut presents a contemporary black-and-white portrait of overlapping cliques of friends struggling to get their lives under control before they fall numb to it all. | Read More
Drama and Female Director(s)


  • Release Year: 2007
  • Runtime: 81 minutes
  • Directed By: Julian Schnabel
  • Country: USA
Hosted by the School of Visual Arts Lou Reed's critically acclaimed 1973 album "Berlin" was yet another musical step forward in the career of the man who brought the darkest themes of literature to rock and roll. For years, "Berlin" was considered one of the more eclectic works in Reed's extraordinary catalog, but one that clearly cried out for a theatrical presentation. In 2006, backed by a full orchestra, Reed performed the mini-opera in its entirety over five nights at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY. And, under the direction of painter/director Julian Schnabel, this historic event was captured on film. | Read More


  • Release Year: 2005
  • Runtime: 93 minutes
  • Country: USA
A hit man who learned his deadly craft in the Balkan wars, his beautiful former lover and her police officer boyfriend cross paths in lower Manhattan in this stylish, atmospheric thriller. The looping, nonlinear narrative structure and crisscrossing fates will remind many of Pulp Fiction. | Read More


Is there an algorithm for love? Atanas, a Bulgarian engineer living in Finland, is determined to find out. With the help of some of his geeky bachelor friends, he sets up a series of experiments to crack the code and develop a new, scientific approach to dating. This charming and lighthearted documentary follows Atanas and company as they research pheromones, chart brain waves, and try out “hacks” on blind dates in their quest to find romance in the modern world. | Read More
Comedy, Documentary, Romantic Comedy, Relationships, Science/Technology


  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 70 minutes
  • Directed By: Maria Ramström and Malin Korkeasalo
  • Country: Sweden
They say behind every great man is a great woman. Carolyn Cassady was behind two. Wife of beatnik icon Neal Cassady and lover-muse of Jack Kerouac, Carolyn saw her life story and the memory of the men she loved hijacked by mythmakers. Love Always, Carolyn is the intimate, graceful portrait of a patient matriarch who could never escape the constant wake of her husband's epic misadventures. | Read More
Female Director(s) and Documentary


  • Release Year: 2003
  • Runtime: 112 minutes
  • Country: Japan
We've all experienced the intensity of first love. In this bittersweet romantic tale, set against the backdrops of New York and Tokyo, Tsutsumi presents a unique visual rendition of that once-in-a-lifetime experience by deftly switching back and forth among several formats: 16mm, 8mm, video, still images, Polaroids, digital photos, black & white, and color. | Read More


  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 92 minutes
  • Directed By: Gabriella Bier
  • Country: Sweden
Jasmin and Assi are newlyweds, but building a life together seems impossible: She's an Israeli, he's a Palestinian. When their homelands turn their backs on them, they choose to live in exile. This tender tale of a love infiltrated by politics follows a real-life Romeo and Juliet on their odyssey from the Middle East through an inhospitable Europe. As their hopes rise and then fade with each bureaucratic hurdle, will their love survive? | Read More
Female Director(s) and Documentary
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