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Le Grand Voyage
Winner - Venice FF. Before his college entrance exams, Reda must drive his dad from France to Mecca, an epic road trip that will change their lives.
The Human Resources Manager
Winner 5 Israeli Oscars. When a foreign worker at a Jerusalem bakery dies, the HR manager goes on a face-saving mission to a poor Romanian village.
The Wind Journeys
Official Selection - Cannes FF. A travelling musician goes on a mystical quest across Columbia to return his cursed accordion to the original owner.
2012 Romance, Drama
11 year-old Skunk witnesses her angry neighbor savagely beat Rick, a young man who lives across the street and is unwittingly drawn into an unfolding melodrama of violence, sex, and life shattering illness. As Skunks innocence begins to vanish, her home, neighborhood and school all become treacherous environments where the happy certainties of childhood give way to fear-filled doubt.
2001 documentary, independent
For over four years Bruce Weber photographed one subject: Peter Johnson. What began as a photographic journey to document Peter's transition from boyhood into manhood led to the making of the film Chop Suey. A deeply personal film, feeling very much like a film journal or a scrapbook, Chop Suey is homage to all things the filmmaker loves most. Mixing film, archival footage, still photography and a rich and expansive soundtrack boasting over 65 songs, Chop Suey is the third film in the trilogy, which begins with Backyard Movie.
A wayward bad-boy (Chris Messina) returns home for a funeral and reveals a secret from his past. Also starring Rich Sommer and Sarah Paulson. Official Selection, 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.
The Pilot's Wife
A widow struggles to learn if her deceased husband intentionally crashed the plane he was piloting.
Inch' Allah Dimanche
2001 comedy, drama
Winner - Toronto FF. A deeply moving portrait of an Algerian womans experience as an immigrant in France at a time when racial violence ran deep.
2015 Drama, Romance
A thought provoking and stirring love story based on the French novella, 'François Le Champi' by George Sand. A young couple takes in a mysterious foster child to raise on their farm. As the boy grows up to be a handsome young man, the husband starts to suspect his wife has feelings for him.
Official Selection - Cannes FF. An elegant Israeli girl plans to elope with a Palestinian mechanic, but a shocking, sadistic event changes their plan.
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
A ruthless, domineering woman is married to an alcoholic D.A., her childhood companion who is the only living witness to her murder of her rich aunt seventeen years earlier.
The Country Teacher
Official Selection - Toronto FF. A teacher takes a job in the countryside, but his reckless ex-boyfriend sets in motion a shocking turn of events.
Wan-deuk is a young boy in high school who lives with his hunchback father and a man who somehow became his uncle. Wan-deuk never knew his mother, and has become a young brawler who never loses.
Japan...in the midst of the Korean War conflict. The poignant James A. Michener story of an American Army major who falls in love with the beautiful star performer of a famed Japanese dancing troupe. His love is put to the test by each culture's misconceptions and racial prejudices.
2015 Family, Independent
The fascinating inside story of Lord Edward Montagu, one of England's most controversial and iconic aristocrats of the Twentieth Century.
Official Selection - Toronto FF. While dying Antonio awaits a visit from his estranged son, his windows view leads him to escape for a last stroll.
Her Name is Sabine
Winner - Cannes FF. An intelligent and beautiful documentary portrait of Sabine, an autistic woman, filmed by the famous actress Sandrine Bonnaire.
Creating Freedom: The Lottery of Birth
THE LOTTERY OF BIRTH shows that from birth onwards our minds are a battleground of competing forces: familial, educational, cultural, and professional. The outcome of this battle not only determines who we become, but the society that we create.