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James Duval (Doom Generation, Donnie Darko) is Robert Harmon, a man drinking, drugging, and sleeping his way through the last days of print journalism in Los Angeles. As the industry tanks and the paper is sold to a corporate tycoon, Robert finds himself adrift in a world that is part Kafka, part Bret Easton Ellis.
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After the death of her parents, a young woman assumes primary guardianship of her special needs brother. As she attempts to balance her new life and her own blossoming romance, it becomes painfully clear that life will only make room for one.
Could the fastest route to enlightenment be straight into the gutter? In Less we see the world through the eyes of an atypical homeless man, in an unusual pursuit of freedom.
Island of Grace
2010 Romance, Drama, Family
For Megan, matters of faith are to be hidden from her friends and coworkers. Her social life and the way she wants to live come first. But when she goes on a business trip with two coworkers—the arrogant office-crush Mark, and the office nobody, Chris—her plane crashes, and she’s forced to reexamine her life. Stranded on an island in a far corner of the world, Megan begins a journey not just of survival, but discovering herself and what really matters.
Ed Sakimoto never expected things to turn out the way they did one night. Realizing that his very private safe was stolen, he stops at nothing to get it back before anyone has a chance to discover its contents. His carelessness and trust in people he considered close would prove nearly fatal. The lives of six people would never be the same when deception, greed and lies unravel on this one night.
Come On Eileen
Eileen was a dancer and a drunk. Now she's a mother and sober. But when she starts a new relationship Eileen lapses to her very troubled past -- we watch as she and her family combust. One of the few films to face alcoholism from a female point of view.
A group of New Yorkers venture into Friday night unaware that their lives are about to change.
A wealthy Manhattan family's inability to cope with the suicide of their eldest daughter sends them into a downward spiral of drugs, alcohol and sexual taboos that threatens to destroy them. Exploring the dynamics a family with uncompromising honesty and courage, "Consent" should be seen because it speaks to what could happen in any family if you live with your eyes closed.
The Art of Travel
After discovering his fiance is having an affair with his best friend, he heads off on his honeymoon alone. He meets a friendly couple who are planning a dangerous trip across the Darien Gap. Conner joins them for the quest of a lifetime.
A magical fable that tells the story of a young nomad shepherd
Accompanied by gripping images from the war, "Oh, Saigon" is an in-depth, compelling documentary about one refugee family's attempts to face its divided past and heal the emotional wounds of the Vietnam War.
The constant struggle between good and evil, with definitive religious implications, embodied in a young man battling his destructive forces in order to fulfill his destiny.
Jolly Fellows was the first musical made in the USSRan anarchic, cavorting comedy in the Marx Brothers mode. Lead actress Lyubov Orlova was the preeminent star of Stalin-era musicalsmostly directed by Eisenstein associate Grigori Aleksandrov.
A young 20-year-old-woman named Wing visits her grandfather's laboratory in Hong Kong. By accident, Wing opens a chamber and resurrects a woman about her age. Wing discovers the woman awaken is her mother Gigi, who was cryogenically frozen shortly after becoming involved in a fatal car accident some 20 years ago.
The Mulberry Tree
While fulfilling his court-ordered community service, Mickey Loren meets Samuel Freeman, a convicted murderer dying of AIDS. Samuel finds an opportunity for redemption through conversations with Mickey about their own family issues.
Off The Ledge
An edgy, amusing exploration of life, new-year resolutions, and new beginnings, with a wry twist of fate.
I Think It's Raining
Meet Renta: Singer, romantic, cynic, traipse and trespasser. She's a lovely contradiction... and a liar. "I Think It's Raining" is a music-infused San Francisco portrait of a young woman at odds with who she once was and who she will b
After hearing of their fathers mysterious death, the five privileged Mosier sisters are forced to return home to claim their share of the family inheritance. With an ironclad will, Charles Mosier, the Patriarch of the family, grants his heirs the fortune necessary to protect their financial future. Each member of the family has a price to pay, and as the weekend unfolds, they find it can't be paid in cash.
Award-winning director Panos Karkanevatos takes us on a voyeur's journey of discovery as a documentary film crew struggles to piece together the events that led to a beautiful woman's death.