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A father-son action/drama based on the inspiring true story of the tiny river town of Madison, Indiana and its legendary efforts during the hydroplane racing season of 1971. In addition to the thrills of 180-mph flat-bottomed boat racing, the picture captures the spirit of a small American river town struggling to stay alive as water transportation has virtually disappeared.
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End of the Line
1987 Comedy, Romance, Drama
When the closure of a railway is announced, employees commandeer a locomotive to get to corporate headquarters and confront the president.
2012 Drama, War, History
During the Civil War, an inspired story of tragedy and love, a mother Sarah (Christina Ricci), and her daughter Melody, (Gabrielle Popa) desperately struggle to survive, until an unlikely connection with solider Louis McIntire (Jason Gedrick), the son of General McIntire (Tom Berenger).
2007 drama, romance
French farm girl Camille is awaiting news of her husband (the late Guillaume Depardieu), who is fighting at the front. After she receives an enigmatic letter ending their relationship, she dresses up as a boy and joins a wandering regiment in search of her estranged love.
Official Selection - Sundance FF. A monk in a remote Russian monastery is said to have healing powers, but he feels unworthy due to a youthful sin.
The Mill and the Cross
2011 drama, biographies
Rutger Hauer stars as Pieter Bruegel, touring inside his own canvas and discussing his work's origin in this immersive art historical investigation.
2013 Drama, Comedy, Independent
Washed-up history professor Lewis Birch takes his begrudging teenage kids Zoe and Jack on a road trip to a conference in hopes of putting his career back on track.
Time in the Minors
Two young minor league players pursue their dreams to play Major League Baseball during a fiercely competitive season of drafts and games.
The Pope's Toilet
Official Selection - Cannes FF. Expecting huge crowds for an anticipated visit from the Pope, a small town smuggler schemes to build a pay toilet.
How to go on a Date in Queens
2006 comedy, romance
Three relationships turn sour during dinner at a popular eatery: A self-proclaimed dating expert persuades his friend, who lost his young wife three years earlier, to go out on a date, which turns out to be disastrous; the restaurant's manager learns that her boyfriend is going to bet their entire savings on the Super Bowl that night instead of proposing to her; and a bookie takes his mistress out for dinner and tells her that he is being targeted by the Russian Mafia.
A successful pro-baseball pitcher faces a catastrophe! The first challenge of the quietest baseball team in the world! When things seem like they couldn't get any worse, the drama of a lifetime begins!
Stuck Between Stations
Former high school classmates reunite by chance during a chaotic party-filled evening.
An American war hero attempts a bizarre suicide and ends up in the nightmarish Chattahoochee State Mental Hospital. Once inside, he devotes himself to exposing the horrific treatment of the patients.
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.
Valley of The Heart's Delight
Based on the true story of the last lynch mob in California, a young reporter takes on the powers-that-be to prevent the lynching of two innocent men in idyllic 1933 San Jose.
Winner - Berlin FF. A French swimmer risks prison as he trains a 17-year-old Kurdish refugee to swim across the English Channel to flee imprisonment.
The Way Home
2010 Drama, Family
Based on an inspirational true story about how a rural community rallied around a distraught family (Dean Cain, Lori Beth Sikes) to search for their missing two-year-old boy (Pierce Gagnon) and through doing so changed the lives of many of those involved.
The Man From Left Field
Tale about a group of baseball-obsessed teenaged boys who draft a homeless amnesiac as their baseball coach and help him regain his memory, rebuild his life and find romance.
Even in a land ravaged by hatred, fear and intolerance, the seeds of love can still find nourishment to take root and blossom. It is 1947, and amidst the chaos and bloodshed unleashed when India and Pakistan are split into separate states, Sikh and former soldier Gian (Jimi Mistry) risks everything to save Naseem (Kristin Kreuk) a young Muslim woman, from a violent mob. Soon, love builds a bridge between their two worlds, healing the wounds in both their hearts. But how long can their joy last when religious zealots try to tear them apart forever? With its rich tapestry of stories and characters based on real people and events, Partition is a moving and timeless tale of innocent people struggling to find happiness in treacherous times.