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Bennings' experimental visual landscape of over a dozen different American lakes, does not concentrate on coincidental or social geography, but instead celebrates the nuanced beauty of sunlight and its reflections on water. A serene, meditative education on how to distinguish the vast varieties in the landscapes that surround us. | Read More
Sam hates the scary movies his parents force him to watch on “family movie night.” But on one such movie night in 1982 the horror seems to be coming from his own suburban home. Is that Dad upside—down in gravity boots, or is that a vision from the twilight zone? | Read More
In the fairytale retold, the most famous bachelors in history, the Seven Dwarves, live deep within a female-free-zone of the Enchanted Forest, but they cannot resist the innocent charms of Snow White when she enters their world. So when the evil queen (Nina Hagen) abducts her, it is up to the dwarves to save her life. One of the highest-grossing German films of all time. | Read More
One of the most sexually explicit English-language films ever made outside the porn industry, Winterbottom's raw depiction of a brief encounter between a British glaciologist and a young American abroad, punctuated with concert footage of bands including the Dandy Warhols and Franz Ferdinand, searches for a relationship's truth in its physical expression. Explicit sexual content; for mature audiences only. A Tartan Films release. | Read More
Two bickering neighbors are crippled in an accident involving an industrial machine. This unexpectedly hilarious depiction of their subsequent wheelchair odyssey is both the unlikeliest of road movies and an ode to the advantages, too little-explored these days, of both black-and-white CinemaScope and political incorrectness. In French. Á á | Read More
In this over-the-top comedy, a 30-something gay man becomes involved with one of his most unsuccessful one-night stands-without either of them realizing they have met before. This at times raunchy romantic adventure features standout performances by Craig Chester, Malcolm Gets, Parker Posey, and Chris Kattan, and a hoedown. | Read More
When wrongfully convicted men are freed based on DNA evidence their lives do not automatically go back to normal. Instead they must rebuild their lives without benefit of any official help or even expunged records. An ex-cop jailed for a crime he did not commit and a man who was on death row are among the former prisoners profiled. | Read MoreDocumentary
Can an university computer scientist (Tom Cavanagh, best known from Urinetown and TV's Ed) make a woman fall in love with his interactive computer before she succumbs to a well-known professor? His job depends on it in this romantic comedy. Also starring Sarah Chalke, Illeana Douglas, and Celeste Holm. Presented by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. | Read MoreDrama
Arquette, a self-professed lover of "real music musicians" sets out to find out how rockers balance their lives with art, their opinions on today's music and who inspires them. Artists, including Stevie Nicks, Sting, Steven Tyler, Mary J. Blige, Elton John, Peter Gabriel, and Joni Mitchell, provide all the answers.
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A brand-new archival print, with new English subtitles, of Vittorio de Seta's rarely screened second feature film, which earned Jacques Perrin the Best Actor award at the 1966 Venice Film Festival for his portrayal of a young writer's descent into madness. Lea Padovani costars, and the score is by Ennio Morricone. (see also Detour de Seta in Showcase) | Read More