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The funny and heatwarming story of Arthur (Terence Stamp, Wanted), who's shaken out of rut when his beloved wife (Vanessa Redgrave, Howard's End) introduces him to a local singing group led by a charming young woman whose friendship renews his zest for life.
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The Puffy Chair
Join the Duplass Brothers for a road trip like no other in this hilariously heartwarming film. Romantically challenged New York indie-rocker Josh (Mark Duplass) can't figure out why his career and love life seem to be spinning out of control. Hoping some time on the road will clear things up, he plans a trip to visit his father with a very unusual gift. But the journey home takes on some unexpected emotional baggage when his commitment-obsessed girlfriend, Emily (Kathryn Aselton) , and slacker brother, Rhett (Rhett Wilkins), decide to come along. Honest, endearing, and laugh-out-loud funny, The Puffy Chair is the wildly unpredictable comedy that charmed audiences at Sundance.
Winner - Tribeca FF. A runaway and a Polish immigrant form a strong bond as they work odd jobs and vie for the affection of a beautiful French girl.
If I Were You
2013 comedy, new-releases
Academy Award winner Marcia Gay Harden stars as Madelyn, a successful woman who embarks on an unlikely friendship with her husband's younger mistress.
Amanda (Fiona Gillies - Casualty, Waking the Dead) is a city high flyer who has it all, and what she doesn’t have she gets, in this fresh and hilarious romantic comedy. For Amanda life is perfectly on track. She’s climbed the corporate ladder, has an equally successful city executive on her arm and a family is in the diary – eggs frozen and ready, naturally. But this perfect world is suddenly turned upside down when her eggs, frozen in her prime and ready to use when the time is right, are accidently defrosted. If Amanda’s going to have children, she’s going to have to do it as nature intended… and quickly!
2011 Comedy, Drama, Independent
When her son leaves for college, ordinary mom (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) plans the romantic trip of a lifetime to France with her husband. But Paris doesn't turn out to be quite what she pictured.
Married to It
1993 Comedy, Drama
Three New York City couples become friends while planning a school play for their children, resulting in unexpected and humorous predicaments.
Believing himself recovered from his mother's death, Keith is gobsmacked by the inexplicable appearance of his mother's jewelry--the same jewelry she was buried with--on his bathroom sink! Seeking answers, Keith turns to a shrink whose radio program benefits from Keith's unusual predicament.
The September Issue
A documentary chronicling Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour's preparations for the 2007 fall-fashion issue.
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.
All The Wrong Reasons
2015 Comedy, Drama, Romance
Traumatized after witnessing a family tragedy, a department store security guard struggles on the job as her husband's ambitions and a new employee threaten her stability.
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.
2014 Comedy, Drama
An estranged father returns to his hometown after a decade-long absence with hopes of rekindling relations with his daughter and ex-wife, but unwittingly unravels the family life they've created.
Stuck Between Stations
Former high school classmates reunite by chance during a chaotic party-filled evening.
The Thing Called Love
1993 Drama, Comedy
Sandra Bullock, River Phoenix, Dermot Mulroney, and Samantha Mathis take the country road in this '90s comedy. A group of newcomers to the country music business in Nashville, begin a rocky ride down Music City's well-worn highway, finding hope, heartbreak, happiness...and The Thing Called Love.