At once darkly comic and melancholy, this low-budget debut from a 23-year old Colombian director weaves an idiosyncratic spell in a tale of two outsiders: a one-legged man who fancies origami and a man in goggles who hires himself out to give rides in the chair strapped to his back. | Read More
This Felliniesque comedy follows Luciana (Stefania Sandrelli), the longtime object of three friends' affections over 30 years. The film traces her relationships with Gianni (Vittorio Gassman), Antonio (Nino Manfredi) and Nicola (Stefano Satta Flores) from the beginning of the foursome's involvement with each other during the wartime Resistance. A new restoration from Cinecitta Holding. | Read More
The Rossi family owned and operated up to seven movie theaters throughout the Upstate New York region that began with their first two: the Strand and the Paramount. This documentary is the culmination of one family's 85-year love affair with the movies and highlights the operation of a family-run business in the throes of social changes that morph an Americana summer resort into a working class town. | Read More
The latest from Sally Potter (Orlando) casts the versatile Joan Allen as a scientist who embarks on an affair with a Lebanese waiter (Simon Abkarian), who turns out to be a one-time surgeon now living in exile. Their passionate affair takes them around the globe and on a journey through culture, politics, gender, and more. A Sony Pictures Classics release. Presented by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
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Beginning in 1963, art educator Rodger Larson mentored an array of New York City teenagers, many of them from disadvantaged backgrounds, about 16mm filmmaking. Cameras in hand, they created films of astonishing originality comprising of documentaries, animation, and fiction films preserved by the Donnell Media Center at the New York Public Library. | Read More
The story of a girl and six boys who are all friends with one thing in common: they all like girls. Well, then we find out two of them actually like boys, but one of the two thinks he likes girls. And then one used to be girl. But wait! There’s more… | Read More
Three teenage girls on the verge of adulthood take a spirited approach to celebrating their last night in high school. Inventively directed with flashbacks, improvised vignettes and characters breaking the fourth wall, Rockaway deftly portrays women attempting to define themselves in the face of parental and societal pressures. | Read More