In Belgrade, just after the war, a. A veteran (Lazar Ristovski) attempts an emotional connection with a refugee woman and her autistic daughter. This pessimistic picture of post-war Serbia has drawn the ire of the nationalist right-wing, and the presence of a real autistic girl in the main role makes it impossible to ignore the anguished metaphor of a society whose members are increasingly alienated from each other. | Read More
A masterwork of silent cinema directed by Paul Czinner and starring the acclaimed German language theater actress Elisabeth Bergner. Else, a lively young girl, finds her existence suddenly crushed by the bankruptcy of her father (Albert Bassermann, another German theater icon). The print is a new archival restoration from the Cineteca di Bologna. Featuring live piano accompaniment. | Read More
Samuel is desperately searching for his girlfriend, Jenn, and follows a mysterious trail of her words written on pieces of paper that are left in the oddest of places. As he slowly discovers the story behind her disappearance, Samuel unearths a haunting New York City and comes across something entirely unexpected. | Read MoreThriller
For the people featured in this film body modification is more than a few tattoos and peircings. This eye-popping documentary offers the stories of people who regard augmenting their bodies as a way of life, whether for artistic reasons or out of pure vanity. The various extremities of body modification are depicted, from bodybuilding to extreme implanting. Contains graphic images, for mature audiences only. | Read MoreDocumentary
Based on the hit underground comic strip, this hilarious, gay romantic comedy follows the story of Ethan Green, an adorable 26 year-old professional 'assistant' looking for love in all the wrong places. Kitchy and fun, sexy and outrageous, Ethan Green is a sure bet for a good time that might just make your love life look downright easy. | Read MoreComedy
Contemporary teenager Dorothy (Grammy Award-winner Ashanti) joins the Scarecrow (Kermit the Frog), the Tin Thing (Gonzo), and the Cowardly Lion (Fozzie Bear) to fight off the Wicked Witch (Miss Piggy) as they journey to the showbiz capital of Oz in the hopes that the Wizard (Jeffrey Tambor) will make her a star! Also featuring Queen Latifah, David Alan Grier and Quentin Tarantino as himself! Admission granted on a first-come, first-served basis. | Read More
A frequent and inventive daydreamer, little Sergio learns from his parents that he will soon have a baby brother. When he subsequently imagines that he is incinerating this new sibling on the family barbecue, he is overcome - hilariously - with a sense of guilt. | Read MoreDrama
Ohio natives Ruth (Betty Garrett) and her sister Eileen (Janet Leigh) settle in Greenwich Village to respectively become a writer and actress. And the duo finds romance in magazine editor Bob (Jack Lemmon) and soda jerk Frank (Bob Fosse.) This musical version of the 1942 original features choreography by Fosse. A new restoration from Sony Pictures.
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Araki's first theatrical release in five years is a stunning, uncompromising film about two Kansas teenagers coming to terms with their molestation by their Little League coach. A gutsy departure for this director, Mysterious Skin reveals a new maturity and heretofore unplumbed depths of empathy. Stars Joseph Gorden-Levitt, Elizabeth Shue, and Michelle Trachtenberg.
A Tartan Films release. | Read More
A recently-married couple from divergent backgrounds is expecting their first child. Andy, born in Japan, is the son of Lutheran missionaries from the Midwest and Maital, born in Israel, is the daughter of Jewish Iraqi immigrants. Their committed relationship, fused in a global culture, requires constant negotiation between different values and belief systems. | Read More