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Four women -- Yun-jin, Mun-ok, Hwa-ja and Yeon-sil -- are inmates sharing a cell at a women's prison. They form a choir that gains enough recognition that earns them a day out of prison to perform in a choral competition.
Winner - SXSW FF. This gripping documentary explores the dilemma Hurricane Katrina victims face as they fight to reunite with their pets.
Roads to Koktebel
Winner - Cannes FF. After losing his wife and job, a father takes his son on a gruelling journey from Moscow to Koktebel.
Ki-tae is a troubled high school student who takes his own life. Ki-tae's father, In-sik, has suspicions over his son's death and searches for answers from Ki-tae's teacher and friends.
The employees at AI Across where Nanami Hoshino is the intelligent and competent CEO, throw a birthday party for Nanami. On the way home from the party, drunk Nanami gets off at the park, where she first meets Juno Kim, an aspiring potter from Korea.
Abandoned by her mother at birth, Fiona finds herself growing up in the streets of New York being exposed to devious acts. Her mother living the same life has no idea of her daughter's existence. Will daughter and mother meet?
Each year, tents in Bryant Park herald New York Fashion Week, whose backstory is as fascinating as the couture on the catwalk. Fashion's biggest names share the sometimes shocking, often funny rags-to-riches evolution of the iconic event.
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.
Listening To The Silence
Listening to the silence is the moving story of a young girl that Moves from rural Uzbekistan to Moscow, to follow her dream of becoming a composer. However, the complications of life and love throw obstacles in her way and eventually rob her of her music. The film deals with her struggle to survive in the materialistic world of modern day Moscow and to come to terms with her love for her thuggish employer, in a story that highlights the conflict between art, love and materialism. This clash is also evident in her sisters fight to save the life of her dying child which requires a major sacrifice from our young heroine. While grim in places, the film is a generally optimistic story in which love emerges triumphant.
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.
Cattleman Kirk Hanna struggled to protect a once prominent way of life in Colorado. Born into ranch life, Hanna became a leader in the environmental ranching movement, setting out to protect encroachment of development and misuse.
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.
In a Norwegian city with a 24-hour daylight cycle a Swedish murder investigator has been brought in on a special case. Sleep deprived, he makes a horrible mistake which is discovered by the killer he has been hunting.
The Story of Luke
Sheltered his whole life, Luke, a young man with autism, is about to embark on a quest for a job and a girlfriend, and he won't be taking "no" for an answer.
Love, Murder, and Deceit
Caitlin Cory tries to resist the undeniable attraction to her stepson Eric.
The Pilot's Wife
A widow struggles to learn if her deceased husband intentionally crashed the plane he was piloting.
Shadow Island Mysteries: Last Xmas
In The Last Christmas Claire’s grandfather, Raymond La Foret has summoned the entire La Foret family to Shadow Island for a Christmas reunion. Raymond taught Claire everything she knows about puzzles so Claire is expecting the occasion to be filled with fun-filled games. However, on Christmas Eve, Raymond announces that he is dying and that since this will be their last Christmas together he has constructed a special game especially for the occasion, “The Jean La Foret Memorial Puzzle”, dedicated to Claire’s mother who died five years earlier on Christmas. The rules are simple: whoever solves the puzzle will inherit the entire La Foret fortune; the losers will get nothing. To make matters more complicated, Raymond La Foret suddenly dies mysteriously. Claire finds a note reading, “End the game before something happens.” Since Claire is the puzzle expert it falls on her to figure out what her grandfather’s game was designed to reveal…perhaps a murderer.
Saving Grace B. Jones
2009 Drama, Thriller
In a 1950s-era Missouri town, the life of a couple is thrown into chaos when the husband's sister is released from the local asylum and comes to live with the family.