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The Sad and Lonely Glow
A lonely video editor, Bernie, decides to try online dating, while his actress girlfriend is away on tour. Bernie meets a neurotic newbie to the online romance scene, who soon sends his life into a crazy death spin of bad sexual decisions.
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.
Off The Ledge
An edgy, amusing exploration of life, new-year resolutions, and new beginnings, with a wry twist of fate.
Delivering the Goods
Delivering the Goods is a follow-your-dreams comedy about Steve, a first generation Italian-American wishing to become a head chef against his father's advice.
Two Minute Heist
Their plan was flawless... until they put it into action.
From Russia to Hollywood: The 100-Year Odyssey of Chekhov and Shdanoff
From Czarist Russia's Moscow Art Theatre to Hollywood's biggest film, narrator Gregory Peck joins an A-list of Hollywood stars to take us through the odyssey of two Russian born Hollywood legends: The great acting teacher Michael Chekhov and the amazing director George Shdanoff.
A dark comedy about love, lust, art and image in today's culture.
Joel Goodman (Rick Hearst "General Hospital") is a hotshot advertising executive angling for a promotion, but he feels stuck - not least of all in traffic. A seeming answer to his prayers comes in the form of a homeless man (Anthony Geary "General Hospital") whom Joel pays to sit in his passenger seat so he can use the carpool lane. The two form an unexpected bond, and Joel comes to realize that sometimes changing lanes can change your life. (Corbin Bernsen "LA LAW")
Age of Champions
Age of Champions is the award-winning documentary following five competitors who sprint, leap, and swim for gold at the National Senior Olympics. You'll meet a 100-year-old tennis champion, 86-year-old pole vaulter, and rough-and-tumble basketball grandmothers as they triumph over the limitations of age. The film is "infectiously inspiring" and festival audiences across the country have fallen in love with its light-hearted take on growing older. It's a powerful story to share with the whole family and inspire your loved ones to be healthier, happier, and more active.
Gavin called a quack, a cult-leader, and a barista who sees himself as a guru. He also has a compulsion to wear extremely tight pants.
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Adan Kundle (Bruce Greenwood), CEO of an advertising agency, wakes up in the hospital only able to speak through slogans. When he's forced to find long-term care, Karen (Parker Posey) reluctantly decides to take him into her home for a few days.
A cinematic meditation on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in which the filmmaker blurs the lines of hatred by asserting her double identity as Jew and Arab.
An unforgettable ride and a delightful romp that cuts through cultures and genres.
The Cardboard Bernini
Mad or genius? Artist James Grashow has built - from cardboard - 15' fighting men, an anthropomorphized city, an ocean...and here he spends 4 years building a giant cardboard fountain -- inspired by the work of Baroque sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
Dreaming Of Space
The Soviet satellite is conquering space, and on the Earth, in a little port city, the bright beaming eyes of Konyok and Lara - a naive restaurant cook and his waitress girlfriend - follow the movement of the satellite with hope and excitement.
A Farewell to Arms
Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes star as ill-fated lovers in this highly-acclaimed film adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's masterpiece of tragic wartime romance.