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The Bitter Buddah
2013 Documentary, Independent, Comedy
FEATURING ZACH GALIFIANAKIS, SARAH SILVERMAN, PATTON OSWALT & MANY MORE! Cult-Comic Eddie Pepitone's life is on display in this unhinged portrait of creativity, enlightenment and rage.
5 Broken Cameras
2011 Documentary, War
A documentary on a Palestinian farmer's chronicle of his nonviolent resistance to the actions of the Israeli army.
Its Such a Beautiful Day
2014 Comedy, Drama
Academy Award-nominated animator Don Hertzfeldt dazzles with this touching and darkly humorous character study that follows a man grappling with the meaning of life in the wake of troubling events. Blending traditional animation with experimental special effects, this film was single-handedly created over the course of several years.
The Madness Of King George
Nigel Hawthorne, Ian Holm, and Helen Mirren star in this Oscar-winning historical comedy. The late 18th century...England's benevolent King George III suddenly takes ill, and shows signs of mental instability--opening the door for court intrigue and the usurping of the throne by his worthless son, the Prince of Wales.
Val Kilmer (Heat) and Neve Campbell (Scream) star in this thrilling drama. Frank (Kilmer) loses his memory after being shot in small desert town in Texas. As he tries to retrace his steps and figure out his true identity, Frank believes he may be part of a plot to assassinate the president.
The Evidence of Heaven
The question of life after death is an eternal one. This doc features a group of people that has faced near-death experiences, from seeing a holy light to coming face-to-face with Jesus Christ himself.
How to Die in Oregon
Winner of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Award, How to Die in Oregon explores the state's historic and controversial Death with Dignity Act, which legalizes physician aid-in-dying for terminally ill patients.
One of the most powerfully intimate films ever made about the final stages of life, The End began as a bold experiment. In November 2001, director Kirby Dick invited terminal patients and their families in a hospice program to take home cameras and record their last experiences on earth. Surprisingly, many patients and families embraced the concept. The resulting film is a profound and moving chronicle of five hospice patients whose stories are in turns honest, humorous, and heartbreaking. Examining such profound issues as the meaning of suffering, the desire for love and forgiveness, and the horror of death, the film is an intensely personal meditation on the experience of death, both for the dying and for those who must go on living.
2013 Documentary, Independent
Newly uncovered Super 8 home movies filmed by Richard Nixons closest aides and fellow Watergate conspirators offer an intimate and surprising new glimpse into his presidency.
A Field Full of Secrets
2014 Documentary, Mystery
In 2008, two best friends stepped into their very first crop circle in southern England. This is story of what happened next.
2008 horror, thriller
Winner - Norwegian Oscars. Out of prison, Jan quickly finds a job and a beautiful lover, but soon he is recognized by a teacher as a brutal killer.
2003 Crime, Drama
Nicole Kidman (Eyes Wide Shut) leads a star-studded cast in this experimental drama from Lars Von Trier (Melancholia). A woman on the run from the mob is reluctantly accepted in a small Colorado town.
Set in 1952, as England prepares for the coronation, The Scapegoat tells the story of two very different men, John Standing and Johnny Spence, who have one thing in common - a face. Almost exact replicas of each other they meet by chance in a station bar, each at a crossroads in their life: one setting out on a walking tour after losing his job as a teacher; the other avoiding home after a disastrous business venture. The charming and charismatic Johnny wines and dines his new acquaintance but when John wakes the next morning with a hangover he is alone and a chauffeur is standing outside his room, waiting to take him 'home'. Despite his protests, John finds himself sucked irresistibly into another man's life. Stepping literally into his double’s shoes, the inexperienced schoolmaster is suddenly responsible for a crumbling stately home, a failing business and a dog who doesn’t recognise him. Literally Lord of all he surveys, he is master of nothing and, for the first time in his life, has to deal with women, specifically a distraught wife, a drug taking mother, a sister who despises him, an eccentric daughter and two mistresses, one of whom happens to be married to his younger brother. Although he tries at first to escape, John finds himself increasingly attracted to this disparate and dysfunctional group of women and slowly his presence starts to alter the chemistry of the household. Just as he seems to be making progress, John finds himself falling in love. Then his nemesis Johnny returns in secret to the house with evil intent…
Telling Lies in America
Karchy Jonas vows to win the High School Hall of Fame contest so he can impress his classmate Diney. Eventually he does win, and in the process befriends Billy, the DJ who hosted the contest, who introduces Karchy to lifes wild side.
Not As A Stranger
In this compelling drama, Robert Mitchum (The Night of the Hunter) stars as a heartless medical student who marries a nurse (Olivia de Havilland, Gone with the Wind) for her savings account until an operating room tragedy changes him forever. Stanley Kramer directs a cast that also includes Frank Sinatra and Gloria Grahame.
Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir
2011 Documentary, Independent
A documentary about Roman Polanski, the man and filmmaker. Roman Polanski speaks about his eventful life story and career in conversation with Andrew Braunsberg, his former business partner, producer, and friend of many years.
A tragic true story that began in the spring of 1931 when nine black men were pulled off an Alabama freight train and accused of raping two young white women. The nine young men were quickly tried and sentenced to the electric chair. News of their convictions spread, forcing an appeal to the United States Supreme Court. New York attorney Sam Leibowitz (Timothy Hutton) traveled to Alabama in 1933 during segregation to defend the nine young men - setting in motion a legal battle that ultimately changed the lives of everyone involved as well as the course of American jurisprudence.